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On the flip side, the abundances of magnesium, tin, bromine, boron, cadmium, and beryllium within the Earth appear to be significantly lower than previous estimates.
To get pH values, the authors turned to boron isotopes, which act as a proxy, tracking the pH of the oceans.
And on the leading edge of coralline research, Williams and a colleague are using boron isotopes to help determine pH, another critical component in water chemistry.
The discovery, made in December 2016, marks the second confirmation of boron on the Martian surface.
The first came in 2013, when scientists discovered boron in Martian meteorite.
The sample results for boron were 1.4 times the EPA's child health advisory, according to the Hoosier Environmental Council.
The materials being used here are molybdenum ditelluride (MoTe2), a semiconductor, and hexagonal boron nitride.
But boron was only discovered four years ago and confirmed just last year.
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