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Radium and Solar Energy

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THE extraordinary discovery that radium has the property of continuously radiating heat without itself cooling down to the temperature of surrounding objects may possibly afford a clue to the source of energy in the sun and stars.

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WILSON, W. Radium and Solar Energy. Nature 68, 222 (1903). https://doi.org/10.1038/068222a0

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