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Deutsch: Reinste (99,97 %+) Eisen-Chips, elektrolytisch raffiniert, sowie für den Größenvergleich ein hochreiner (99,9999 % = 6N) 1 cm3 Eisen-Würfel
English: Pure (99.97 %+) iron chips, electrolytically refined, as well as a high purity (99.9999 % = 6N) 1 cm3 iron cube for comparison.
Español: Hierro puro (99.97 %+), en pedacitos, refinado electroliticamente, tambien un cubo de 1 cm3 de hierro de alta pureza (99.9999 % = 6N) para comparacion.
Français : Fragments purs (99,97 %+) de fer, raffinés par électrolyse, à coté d'un cube d'1 cm3 de fer de haute pureté (99,9999 % = 6N), pour comparaison.
Italiano: Alcuni frammenti di ferro puro (99,97 %+), raffinato per elettrolisi, accostati, per confronto, ad un cubo di ferro levigato ultrapuro (99,9999 % = 6N) di 1 cm3.
Nederlands: Zuivere (99,97%+) elektrolytisch geraffineerde stukjes ijzer met ter vergelijking een ultra-pure (99,9999% = 6N) ijzeren kubus van 1 kubieke centimeter. 6N staat hierbij voor 6 negens (99,9999).
Polski: Czyste (99,97 %+) kawałki żelaza rafinowanego elektrolitycznie oraz sześcian (1 cm3) wykonany z żelaza o wysokiej czystości (99,9999 % = 6N)
Türkçe: Elektrolizle arıtılmış (%99,97+) saflıkta demir parçaları ve karşılaştırma için yüksek saflıkta (99,9999 % = 6N) 1 cm3 hacminde demirden bir küp.
Українська: Шматки чистого заліза (99,97%+), очищені методом електролізу, Зліва для порівняння куб об'ємом 1 см3 із надчистого заліза (99,9999% = 6N).)
Tiếng Việt: Các mảnh sắt tinh khiết (99,97%+) và khối hộp 1 cm3 có độ tinh khiết cao (99,9999%) cùng vật liệu.
Date 24 April 2010
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English: Nearly pure (99.97%+) iron chips, electrolytically refined, in comparison with a highly pure (99.9999% = 6N) 1cm3 iron cube.


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