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“Inside this process there is a process of growth and disintegration of elements, which is related to temperature and rotation. The atoms of the lower order are generally present on smaller objects: asteroids, comets and the majority of satellites and smaller planets.
When an object’s mass is sufficiently increased, given other forces, too, it becomes geologically active. Its temperature grows inside and outside its crust, due to the formation of heated core.
The atoms of the higher order are created under these conditions. The more active and warm a planet is, the higher is the presence of the higher order elements. However, at certain point temperature begins to destroy (disintegrate) higher elements.
As temperature gets higher, a variety of elements gets poore„
The topic of this article is evaporation of atoms and compounds inside hot objects.
Strictly speaking, when temperature rises above the point when an atom shifts into the gaseous state, the atom goes into the atmosphere. Atmosphere is the best indicator of a hot object's composition. It is not the case on Earth.
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