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So in conclusion we got to learn a lot about the smell of rain or petrichor so I hope you enjoy the lesson and I will meet you again later


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Raindrops that move at a slower rate tend to produce more aerosols; this serves as an explanation for why the petrichor is more common after light rains. Actinomycetes is the bacterium responsible for producing spores in soil.


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Extra/Fun Thing To Know

In 2015, scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) used high-speed cameras to record how the scent moves into the air. The tests involved approximately 600 experiments on 28 different surfaces, including engineered materials and soil samples. When a raindrop lands on a porou...


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How Does It Form

So plants and mud have a smell just like your ice-cream so when the water droplet touches the mud and makes it wet 

When lightning strikes,diatomic molecules of oxygen and nitrogen (containing 2atoms) are split, and rearrange to create nitric oxide (NO)and ozone, or O3. Ozonemolecules are c...


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How Does It Form Pt2

And also 

During dry weather, plants produce compounds that accumulate in between rocks and in soil. When it rains, these compounds are released into the air to add to the earthy smell of petrichor 

It also used the help of 

Stearic acid and palmitic acid they are common plant o...


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What Is All About The Smell Of Rain

What Is All About The Smell Of Rain

So as you know rain has a distinct smell much like a pleasent and relaxing one so today we are gonna learn and know all about it.

So let's start

So That pleasant, earthy scen...


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What Is Petrichor And Where Does It Come From

What Is Petrichor And Where Does It Come From

Petrichor (/ˈpɛtrɪkɔːr/) is the earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil. The word is constructed from Greek petra (πέτρα), "rock", or petros (πέτρος), "stone", and īchōr (ἰχώρ), the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology. 

Petrichor is the term coined by Aust...


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Sharing my words , thoughts and knowledge

I have always wonder what the smell of rain is all about and I got to learn it and I was fascinated to I thought I should share it to you guys too

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