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how prevalent are Au(III) compounds? I thought gold was mostly inert, so that this is not a major pollution problem. Now, if the bacteria could do the same kind of thing with other metals, it might be more useful from a cleaning-up-pollution perspective. (Which is not to say it isn't cool microbiology, anyway.)

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