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Mars is famous for its red color and the speculation it has sparked about life on other planets. This red color is caused by iron oxide
PhysOrg.com · Jan. 19, 2015
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Such colours were produced by adding metallic salts to the liquid glass: copper or gold for red, copper oxide for green, cobalt for dark blue.
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Such colours were produced by adding metallic salts to the liquid glass: copper or gold for red, copper oxide for green, cobalt for dark blue.
Mandurah Mail · Jan. 16, 2015  Explore story »
Such colours were produced by adding metallic salts to the liquid glass: copper or gold for red, copper oxide for green, cobalt for dark blue.
Central Western Daily · Jan. 19, 2015