User talk:NeilEG

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-Foxtrot 15:49, 28 November 2008 (EST)

hi eddy n_n


I have reverted your edits. While I don't have access to the book you cited, "Chemical Storylines" by Salters-Nuffield, I have access to many references, and I can absolutely state that:

  • It is not possible that any radioactive decay process turns magnesium into manganese.
  • Manganese and magnesium come from completely different ores. There is no industrial process that separates them, by fractional crystallization, fractional distillation, or other means.

I doubt that the Salters-Nuffield book made those statements.

Please check your references more carefully in the future. ElizabethK 16:29, 29 November 2008 (EST)