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Deutsch: Die Alkalimetalle Lithium, Natrium, Kalium, Rubidium und Caesium.
English: Photograph of a series of alkali metals: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium and caesium.
Date April 2006
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(* Bildbeschreibung: die 5 Alkalimetalle nebeneinander * Quelle: Foto aus meiner Elementesammlung * Fotograf/Zeichner: Tomihahndorf * Datum: April 2006 )
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