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Non-crystalline powder.
An example of the element Silver

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Silver Non-crystalline powder
Non-crystalline powder.
This is silver that feels too light to be silver. It's a very unusual type of powder, light and almost fluffy, Greg is kindly helping me flesh out some elements with different and unusual forms, like wires, meshes, wools, foils, etc: This non-crystalline powder is probably the most peculiar thing he's sent. He also sells lots of other unusual elements on eBay: Check the source link for more information.
Source: Greg P
Contributor: Greg P
Acquired: 18 April, 2003
Price: Donated
Size: 1"
Purity: 99.99%
Sample Group: Powders
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