Barnsteen appears phosphorus; Jacket on fire
wedel - Also in Germany more than seventy years after the end of the Second World War, white phosphorus spills from fire bombs. An angry walker puzzled a piece of the dangerous stuff of a fingernail, however, with a beautiful piece of gemstone
She saw the police lying on a beach along the Elbe in the wet sand and stuck it in her pocket. When the alleged amber was sufficiently dried, it came to fire. Her coat may be considered to be lost, but the woman remained unharmed. A search for possibly more phosphorus at that location in the west of Hamburg did not yield anything.
Dry phosphorus burns itself, with a temperature of 1300 degrees. The stuff is not to quench with water. The severe burns caused by phosphorus often require skin transplantation.
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