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theory suggests that protoplanets began to form around the protosun from many collisions and combinations of gas and matter, called
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User: theory suggests that protoplanets began to form around the protosun from many collisions and combinations of gas and matter, called

Weegy: It is the nebular theory.
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Weegy: In general usage, complexity tends to be used to characterize something with many parts in intricate arrangement. [ The study of these complex linkages is the main goal of complex systems theory.In science there are at this time a number of approaches to characterizing complexity, many of which are reflected in this article. Neil Johnson describes complexity science as the study of the phenomena which emerge from a collection of interacting objects.In a business context, complexity management is the methodology to minimize value-destroying complexity and efficiently control value-adding complexity in a cross-functional approach. ]
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User: whats gas and matter in space called

Weegy: An acid-alkali reaction is a special case of an acid-base reaction, where the base used is also an alkali. When an acid reacts with an alkali it forms a metal salt and water. [ [ [ Acid-alkali reactions are also a type of neutralisation reaction. In general acid-alkali reactions can be simplified to OH?(aq) + H+(aq) ? H2O by omitting spectator ions. ] ] ]
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The NEBULA theory suggests that protoplanets began to form around the protosun from many collisions and combinations of gas and matter, called ACCRETION.
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Cosmic dust, also known as "space dust," is the name for all of the extremely fine solid particles that we observe floating in space between stars.
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