Stellar Metamorphosis: Reinterpreting Why Volatile Compounds are Mostly Missing From the Inner Planets

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

It is claimed by researchers that when the solar nebula formed, it drove out large amounts of volatile compounds from the inner planets. Some corrections are made with direct quotes in light of the general theory. Quotes are taken from John M. Wallace, Peter V. Hobbs, in Atmospheric Science (Second Edition), 2006, 2.5.1 Formation and Evolution of the Earth System.

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