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Deutsch: Gewöhnliches Floatglas ist grün in dickeren Schichten wegen Fe2+-Verunreinigungen
English: Ordinary float glass is green in thicker sheets due to Fe2+ impurities.
Date 21. Dezember 2007
(21 December 2007 (original upload date))
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Author Alexander Flügel. Original uploader was Afluegel at de.wikipedia
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