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Re: Heavy Elements At The Core Of The Sun

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 29, 2003 15:06:26 UTC

Hi Rick
in my humble opinion, this is an interesting question!
A web site is my offering for now.
http://www.gcsechemistry.co.uk/pun31.htm
which states that our sun is not old enough to have made gold. I will inquire further.
I found a list
of sites by writing "heavy elements at core of sun" at http://www.ask.com
Mike

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