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English: A disc of californium metal. The source implies that the disc has a diameter about twice the thickness of a typical pin, or on the order of 1 mm.
Source "Californium" in (2006) THE CHEMISTRY OF THE ACTINIDE AND TRANSACTINIDE ELEMENTS, III (3rd ed.), Springer, pp. 1,518 DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-3598-5_11.
Author United States Department of Energy (see File:Einsteinium.jpg)


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