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Researchers find out how bromine fits into Venusian chemistry

(Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) Venus and Earth are almost twins as planets, but they have evolved very differently so studying atmosphere of Venus might help us understand why Earth evolved as it has. In 2012, Vladimir Krasnopolsky from MIPT created a photochemical model incorporating numerous components of the atmosphere of Venus - at that time he supposed that hydrogen bromide could be one of them.
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