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Green Uranium Glass Ball
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In the past, glass manufacturers added uranium to glass for color. Uranium has since become more strictly regulated, but the old uranium glass objects are still floating around. Because of the uranium content, these marbles glow bright green under ultraviolet light. ...

$7.00
Gallium
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Gallium is a metal with a very low melting point. In fact it will melt in your hand after a few minutes. Once it is liquified, it is an interestingly dense liquid, similar to mercury (except gallium is non-toxic!) This...

$12.50
Yellow Uranium Glass Ball
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In the past, glass manufacturers added uranium to glass for color. Uranium has since become more strictly regulated, but the old uranium glass objects are still floating around. Because of the uranium content, these marbles glow bright green under ultraviolet light. ...

$9.00
Europium Glow Powder
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This is a new generation of phosphorescent powder that can glow 10x brighter and 10x longer than traditional glow-in-the-dark materials. It glows bright enough to be seen in daylight, lasts up to 30 hours, and can be recharged indefinitely. It...

$16.00
Tungsten Black Hole Model
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WE LAUNCHED THIS PRODUCT ON KICKSTARTER AND IT WAS FUNDED OVER 200% If you compress any amount of mass, it becomes denser. If you compress it enough, it will become so dense that light can no longer escape it—this size...

$40.00
Rainbow Bismuth
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Bismuth is one of the most impressive elements. The crystal structure and colors are 100% natural. Small:  10–29g Medium:  30–59g Large:  60-89g Extra Large: 90g-119g   This listing is for one bismuth crystal. Photos are representative of what you will receive. Please allow...

$22.00
Copper Bar
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One - 1 ounce, 99.9% pure copper bar Copper is what we call any atom containing exactly 29 protons. It is one of the most useful chemical elements to humanity. Copper was one of the first metals discovered and used...

$6.00
Zinc Ingot
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This hexagonal ingot is made of 99.995% pure zinc. Add it to your collection of the elements. Zinc (Zn) has the atomic number of 30. Dimensions: 3/4" wide x 5/16" thickMass: 0.5 oz (14g)

$1.00
SR-71 Blackbird Titanium Skin Sample
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This metal fragment is a piece of the titanium skin of an SR-71 Blackbird stealth aircraft. This supersonic plane holds the record for fastest airplane ever flown. The mangled wreckage presented here was recovered from the impact site of a...

$34.00
Future-Proof Periodic Table of the Elements
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Introducing the last table of elements you'll ever need buy.⁠⁠Existing tables become outdated every time a new element is discovered, and labs/scientists/classrooms around the world must buy updated tables. We thought this was ridiculous, so we made ours future-proof.⁠⁠By adding blank...

$20.00$16.00
Radium Watch Hand
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This wristwatch hand is an artifact of the historic Radium Girls of the 1920s–30s.  The Radium Girls were women hired by watch companies to paint dials with a radium-based glowing paint. This  was to provide glow in the dark functionality,...

$15.00
Ancient Bronze
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A single vial of bronze to add to your collection of metals.      The composition of this sample is based on ancient bronze samples.  Each vial contains approximately 15 grams of bronze.

$9.00
Niobium Sample
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Add this 99.99% pure niobium sample to your collection of the elements. Comes in a labeled clear acrylic case with foam padding for convenient display.    Disc diameter: ⅞" Acrylic case dimensions: 1 ⅛" x 1 ⅛" x ⅜"

$14.00
Nuclear Grade Zirconium Sample
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Zirconium is an element with valuable properties. Don’t dismiss this element as “cheap” due to the commercial popularity of cubic zirconia (ZrO2). Pure Zr is a metal and one of the most heat and corrosion resistant elements. Due to these properties,...

$16.00
Titanium Element Sample
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Approximately 1" titanium square sample displayed in an acrylic case.  A perfect addition for your element collection.

$8.00
The Merck Index: An Encyclopedia of Chemicals and Drugs
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Condition:  Very good Publisher: Merck and Co, Inc, New Jersey, 1976 Editor: Martha Windholz A renowned reference work that serves extremely useful for those working with chemicals in any capacity. 

$25.00
Origin and Development of Living Systems
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 Author: J. Brooks and G. Shaw  Publisher: Academic Press, London, 1973 Condition: Very good 

$25.00
Titanium Scraps
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This jar contains 26g of titanium. These are trimmings from our lab and likely have sharp edges. Perfect for a hobby metallurgist to meltdown. Chemical Analysis (wt%):0.003% - Carbon0.003% - Nitrogen0.080% - Iron0.140% - Oxygen99.774% - Titanium

$19.49$8.00
The Finite Element Method in Structural and Continuum Mechanics
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Authors: O. Zienkiewicz and Y. K. Cheung  Publisher: McGraw Hill, NY, 1970 Condition: Very Good  The powerful method of 'finite elements' permits almost all problems of structural stress analysis, or the analysis of such field problems as heat transfer and...

$20.00