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English: Pure (99.95%) amorphous Gadolinium, about 12 grams, 2 × 1.5 × 0.5 cm, cast in acrylic glass.
Français : Un bloc de gadolinium pur (99,95%) amorphe de 12 grammes environ pris dans du Plexiglass. 2 × 1,5 × 0,5 cm.
Date 22 May 2009
Author Jurii


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