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Offline Siphon

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How much sulfuric acid is in Venus?
« on: 14/08/2012 13:42:39 »
     Does anyone know how much sulfuric acid is in the atmosphere of Venus? I ask because I have gotten conflicting answers before. Some say that the amount of sulfuric acid in Venus is small and that it's reflective clouds are mostly sulfur dioxide. Others say the opposite. Which is true?


 

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Re: How much sulfuric acid is in Venus?
« Reply #1 on: 17/08/2012 08:16:16 »
The main atmospheric gases are carbon dioxide and nitrogen. Other chemical compounds are present only in trace amounts.






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