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Zinc and related alloys : The pioneering traditions in the ancient and medieval India. / Arun Kumar Biswas, The Asiatic Society
'India achieved the distinction of being the only country in the ancient and the medieval world to produce pure zinc metal and high zinc-brass alloys. The saga of zinc in ancient India has been established only recently by a team of scholars from India (Hegde, Biswas) and England (Craddock, Willies). The present author has recorded the current status of our knowledge on the subject in a paper and in a book. This provides a brief summary and also includes a hitherto unpublished material on the Bidri alloy.
Zinc-65 and Manganese-54 in Albacore Thunnus Alalunga from the West Coast of North America. / William G. Pearcy and Charles L. Osterberg. ASLO, 1986. - http://wwww.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_13/issue_3/0490.pdf Department of Oceanography, Oregon State University, Corvallis 97331 'Zinc-65 and manganese-54 were the dominant artificial radionuclides in the livers of albacore collected along the coast of North America from Washington to Baja California during the summers 1962-1966. The concentrations and specific activities of these radionuclides changed considerably during summer, indicating rapid responses to different radioccological conditions.'