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in article c15b08$7b6$[Only registered users see links. ].comms.marconi.com, Sam Hopkins at
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Well, I heard it from a friend who did the work. He was an excellent
physical chemist by the name of Ricardo Pastor. He found it out the hard way
at Columbia University when working for Harold Urey. I believe that was in
respect to work on how heavy water affected fish. If this is really
important to you do a search using names of Urey, Pastor, and the term heavy
I posted on this subject previously.
Dear Sam Hopkins:
"Sam Hopkins" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
news:c15b08$7b6$[Only registered users see links. ].comms.marconi.com.. .
I suggest an internet search. Altavista Advanced, with the boolean term:
(fish near death) and copper
returns 1,865 hits.
rubber (or gutta percha) and replace it frequently... or build in
Just heed the advice about *control*, when you can measure it.
David A. Smith
|copper , dissolving|
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