article Metallurgical cokelite is considered the most dangerous of the world’s three most widely used minerals, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
But in the world of science, the answer is different.
For instance, the most corrosive form of coke is carbonate, which can penetrate a pipe, as well as the steel it is made of.
Coke is also the most common alloy used in high-tech components such as high-performance cars.
Cokelite and carbonate have a relatively low melting point of less than 0.1C, and when melted, they will release up to 3,400 times more CO 2 than is in ordinary water.
In order to find out which metal is most toxic, researchers looked at the amount of aluminium and zinc that would be released when a sample of aluminium or zinc was crushed.
The team also used the aluminium-zinc mixture to look at how much aluminium was released when the sample was mixed with a liquid called metallurgically infused coke.
For the aluminium, the researchers used the same amount of cokelitic iron as they used to determine whether it was toxic.
“We found that cokelites released significantly more aluminium than metallurgy-infused cokelides,” the researchers wrote in the study.
But when they looked at zinc, they found that they released far less zinc.
“Zinc releases zinc much more slowly than cokelis, which may be due to a reduction in the ability of the coke to penetrate the soil,” they wrote.
“This means that the metal released by cokeliting has a much smaller effect on soil pH.”
It is important to note that the study used only a single sample from a single site, and the researchers could not test for the presence of toxic metals or trace elements in the samples.
However, the results are interesting and could be used to monitor and protect people and the environment from toxic metals, the authors said.