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Six 70g ingots.
An example of the element Indium

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Six 70g ingots.
This is a second batch if indium ingots from the same source as the three listed above. I assume they were from the same source, melted down from some thick indium wire that a guy got from Boeing. These ones are engraved with their weight, probably just by scratching with a sharp stick: Indium is seriously soft. I am not sure of their purity, but will test them eventually, and the price was right, again.
Source: eBay seller ezthirfty
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 5 June, 2003
Price: $20/each
Size: 2"
Purity: >99%
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