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By Halloween, that Sunday in 1948, 26 people had died due to inhalation of sulfuric acid, nitrogen dioxide, fluorine, and other poisonous gases.
The new model suggests our home planet contains significantly more sodium, potassium, chlorine, zinc, strontium, fluorine, gallium, rubidium, niobium, gadolinium, tantalum, helium, argon, and krypton than previously believed.
What are PFOs? PFOs is an organic molecule that contains fluorine.
The researchers used a device that measures fluorine, a chemical indicator that PFCs may be present.
During the 1815 eruption, the volcano released 60 Tg (teragram, or 1012 grams) sulfur, 100 Tg chlorine (as HCl) and 70 Tg fluorine.
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First Known Use: 1813See Words from the same year
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