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Selena asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

能請大大們幫忙翻譯嗎?不是軟體翻的 拜託~~








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  • 1 decade ago
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    Why is the Statue of Liberty green?


    Many tourist often have this question when they arrived to the island. Most often they ask "Why is the Statue of Liberty green?" The answer is "air."


    Since copper is exposed in the air, the layer will corrode due to the chemical effect. In this natural protection process it is called " the chlorine rust" besides seeing this in the layer of the statue, they can be seen on the roof of many buildings.


    For more than one centrury, this beautiful Greek female God in New York island has always represented the independent spirit of America..


    Everyday there are millions of tourist over the world visiting this island of its special meaning making this island becoming a famous place for tourism.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Why is the Statue of Liberty in green?

    When the tourists arrive the Liberty Island they always ask, "Why is the Statue of Liberty in green?" The answer is because of the "Air". It is because when copper exploses in the air, the surface layer would be eroded due to the chemical reaction. This process is call "chloric rust". Chloric rust is not only can be seen on the surface layer of the Statue, but also on those buildings that use copper for the roof or declarations.

    This beautiful Greek goddness has been standing on the New York Island and representing the independence spirit of the United States of American for a century. There are over ten thousands of tourists coming from everywhere around the world to visit and to admire the symblic meaning of the statue. This makes the Liberty Island beocme a famous tourist attraction.

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  • 王大
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    1 decade ago

    Why is the Statue of Liberty green? When the tourists arrive at Liberty Island, they will probably ask one question, "Why is the Statue of Liberty green?" The answer is "Air." It is because once the brass is exposed to air, its surface will be eroded away by the chemical reaction. Such natural protective process is called "chlorine rust". We could not only see such rust on the surface of the statue but also use it to build the roof of the common buildings and decorations. For over one century, this beautiful Greek goddess stands outstandingly for the spirit of American independence on Liberty Island. Thousands of tourists from all over the world come to visit her special symbolic meaning every day. It makes Liberty Island one of the most famous tourist spots in the world.

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