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Deutsch: Scandium, sublimiert- dendritisch, hochrein 99,998 % Sc/TREM. Sowie für den Größenvergleich ein lichtbogengeschmolzener 1 cm3 Scandiumwürfel aus gleichem Material.
English: Scandium, sublimed- dendritic, high purity 99.998 % Sc/TREM. As well as an argon arc remelted 1 cm3 scandium cube for comparison.
Polski: Dendrytyczny, sublimowany skand o czystości 99,998 % (Sc/TREM) oraz 1 cm kostka skandu przetopionego metodą TIG
Français : Scandium sublimé- dendritiques pur à 99,998 % placé à côté d'un cube d'1cm d'arête de scandium refondu à l'arc.
Ελληνικά: Εξαχνωµένο δενδριτικό δείγµα Σκανδίου (Sc) υψηλής καθαρότητας 99,998 % Sc/TREM. Προς σύγκριση παρατίθεται κύßος Σκανδίου ακµής 1 εκατοστόµετρου επανατετηγµένος µε τόξο αργού.
Date 13 June 2010
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Author Alchemist-hp ( talk) (
Camera Model Canon 5D Mark II
Lens Zeiss Makro-Planar T*2/100mm ZE
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English: Scandium, sublimed- dendritic, high purity 99.998 % Sc/TREM. As well as an argon arc remelted 1 cm3 scandium cube for comparison.


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