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The rock itself is a combination of sandstone and limestone, with magnesium and iron oxide deposits.
Decades later, researchers figured out that this waterfall owes its brilliant hue to iron oxide—basically rust.
These gases could react with the iron oxide molecules as they're carried through the atmosphere to form soluble forms of iron.
The showerhead, which is now available on T3’s website and at Macy's, helps cut down on hair-color-wrecking minerals (like smelly hydrogen sulfide and rusty iron oxide) in tap water while additionally removing up to 95 percent of free chlorine.
There’s plenty to take: Mars is home to precious metals ripe for telerobotic mining and a wealth of iron oxides (which give the planet its red color).
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