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Pęcherzyki w szkliwie mołdawitów

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Bubbles in moldavite glass
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Bubbles in tektites can be formed by several different mechanisms. A review of published data has shown that the gas pressure in the bubbles is generally low. Composition of the contained gases published in most articles sharply differs from the composition of the terrestrial atmosphere.

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