A woman from a chemical point of view
Atomic mass: average 53.6 kg, varies from 40 to 200 kg.
Occurrence: in significant numbers in populated areas.
1. The surface is usually covered with a thin colored layer.
2. Boil by itself, freezes for no apparent reason.
3. Melt when handled properly.
4. Corrosive if misused.
5. Occurs in various forms, from excellent nuggets to raw ore.
6. Easy to give up if pressure is applied in the right places.
1. High tendency to combine with gold, silver and certain precious stones.
2. Able to absorb large amounts of expensive substances.
3. May explode spontaneously without warning and for no apparent reason.
4. Insoluble in liquids, but resistance to alcohol significantly reduces resistance.
5. The most powerful money reducer known to science.
Extremely ornamental, especially in sports cars.
A good means of relaxation that surpasses other known ones.
A very effective cleaning agent, the best samples are also well used for cooking.
If found in their natural state, the purest samples turn pink.
Turns green when placed next to a higher quality sample.
1. Danger if in inexperienced hands. Experienced personnel must also exercise the utmost care and caution.
2. It is not permitted to own more than one, although individual specimens may be stored in remote locations unless they come into contact with each other.