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                                      -A Chemical Analysis 
                                      Element           -     Woman 
                                      Symbol               -  Wo 
                                      Discoverer      -      Adam 
                                      Atomic mass    -    Accepted as 53.6kg 
                                                                   but known to vary 
                                                                   from40 to 200 kg 
                                      Occurrence     -      Copious quantities in 
                                                                  all urban areas. 
 

                                     Physical Properties:

  • Surface usually covered in a painted film. 
  • Boils at nothing. Freeze without any known reason. 
  • Melts if given special treatment. 
  • Bitter if incorrectly used. 
  • Found in various states from virgin metal to common ore. 
  • Yields to pressure applied at special points 


                                     Chemical Properties:

  •  Has great affinity for gold, silver and range of precious stones. 
  •  Absorbs great quantities of precious substances. 
  •  May explode spontaneously without prior warning and for no obvious reason, 
  •  Insoluble in liquids, but activity greatly increased by soaking in alcohol. 
  •  Most powerful money reducing agent known to man. 


                                     Common Uses:

  • Highly ornamental, especially in sports cars. 
  • Can be a great aid to relaxation. 
  • Very effective cleaning agent. 


                                     Tests: 

  •       Pure specimen turns rosy pink when discovered in natural state. 
  •       Turns green when placed beside a better specimen. 


                                           Potential Hazards: 

  •  Highly dangerous except in experienced hands. 
  •  Illegal to possess more than one specimen, although several may be     maintained at different locations provided specimens do not come into      direct contact. 


                                      brownson