-A Chemical Analysis
Atomic mass - Accepted as 53.6kg
but known to vary
from40 to 200 kg
Occurrence - Copious
all urban areas.
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
Yields to pressure applied at special points
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
Highly ornamental, especially in sports cars.
Can be a great aid to relaxation.
Very effective cleaning agent.
specimen turns rosy pink when discovered in natural state.
Turns green when
placed beside a better specimen.
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