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Chapter 3 - The Chemistry of Global Climate Change

Across
This is a popular term used to describe the increase in average global temperatures that results from an enhanced greenhouse effect.
This is a term that describes regional temperatures, humidity, winds, rain, and snowfall over decades, not days.
The region that lies adjacent to the violet end of the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum, but at shorter wavelengths.
The mass of the Avogardro's number, or one mole, of whatever particles are specified.
A region of the electromagnetic spectrum that lies adjacent to red light, but at longer wavelength.
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom .
Down
The natural process by which atmospheric gasses trap a major portion of the infrared radiation mediated by the earth.
The mass (in grams) of the same number of atoms that are found in exactly 12 g of carbon-12.
An Avogadro's number of objects.
This gas contributes to an elevated global temperature.
This includes the daily high and low temperatures, the drizzles and downpours, the blizzards and heat waves, and the fall breezes and hot summer winds, all of which have relatively short durations.
This is a group of atoms bonded together, representing the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that can take part in a chemical reaction.
A four-cornered geometric shape with four equal triangular sides; sometimes called a triangular pyramid.
This kind of waves rotates molecules.
The bond angle between the two hydrogen atoms in water form this shape.