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Composition Analysis of the Brazil Magnesium

@inproceedings{Sturrock2004CompositionAO,
  title={Composition Analysis of the Brazil Magnesium},
  author={P. Sturrock},
  year={2004}
}
  • P. Sturrock, P. Sturrock
  • Published 2004
  • Some of the surviving fragments of the Brazil magnesium that purportedly had their origin in the explosion of a UFO have been subjected to surface, internal and isotopic analyses. The surface composition of four of the specimens has been determined to better than 1 part per million (ppm). There are some similarities, but also significant differences, so it is clear that the specimens were subjected to different influences. Some of the impurities (such as sodium and calcium) may be due to… CONTINUE READING

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