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'atoms' cannot 'react' to air pressure for air pressure is generated from atoms (oxygen, noble gasses, water).
They stay in pipping and can react when mixed with water.
glass and liquid crystals that react to pressure
Yes. At standard temperature and pressure, magnesium in contact with chlorine will react to form magnesium chloride.
Naturally, Sodium is a metal (solid) and chlorine is a gas, so they only react at high temperatures or pressure. When they do react, they form crystals (sodium chloride).
Fluid can react, but it shall never give dem in
They might seem like they have the same flight patterns, but they don't. A 12-6 curveball thrown by an over-hander will go from 12 to 6, but if the same is thrown by a 3/4 or side-armer, the ball will react a little more like a slider.
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