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Re: Life on Venus

#21  Postby romansh » Sep 17, 2020 10:02 pm

I have had a look but I can't find what what the precursor phosphorus compound to the phosphine might be?
Anybody more knowledgeable than I am?
This is regardless of whether the phosphine is produce biologically or not.
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