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Re: [APD] tempered glass
Oxidation of iron is rusty red, while copper when it tarnishes, green.
Would this have a bearing on it?
And if so, why?:-) If color verity is important, go with the
starbrite-type of glass. Your pocketbook
won't thank you, tho.
Rachel Sandage wrote:
>Well, the iron makes the glass green. So if the iron isn't there, the glass
>does not have the green coloration. From this we can deduce that iron makes
>things green, so if we want red plants, we need to have no iron. This does
>not explain why Vulcan blood, which is copper based, is green, and human
>iron-based blood is red.
> On 10/09/05, Vaughn Hopkins <hoppy1 at surewest_net> wrote:
>>Does the iron deficiency make the glass red?
>>On Saturday, September 10, 2005, at 08:10 PM, william ruyle wrote:
>>>You also have the choice of low iron glass, costs mo' money....
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