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Molybdochalkos is an alloy of copper and lead. It was known by Greek alchemists as early as the 10th century. It contains 90% lead 10% copper.
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Molybdochalkos

Molybdochalkos

Molybdochalkos is an alloy of copper and lead. It was known by Greek alchemists as early as the 10th century. It contains 90% lead 10% copper.



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