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Deutsch: Das chemische Element Europium, ~300g Stück sublimiert dendritisch kristallin, höchstrein 99,998% Eu/TREM. Verarbeitet in einer Glovebox unter Schutzgas: Argon.
English: The chemical element Europium, ~300g ingot, crystalline sublimed dendritic, high pure 99.998% Eu/TREM (TREM = Total Rare Earth Metal). Handled in a glovebox under the inert gas argon.
Français : Lingot de 300g environ d' Europium pur à 99,998%. Dans ce lingot, le métal est cristallin, il forme des dendrites. Le lingot est manipulé dans une boite à gants, sous atmosphère d' argon.
Polski: Dendrymeryczny sublimowany europ krystaliczny (próbka ok. 300 g) o czystości 99,998% w atmosferze argonu.
Date 26 October 2006
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