Hazardous Materials Datasheet
Atomic Mass: Accepted as 55kg, but known to vary from 45kg to 225kg
Occurrence: Found in large quantities in urban areas with trace elements in outlying regions
- Surface normally covered with film of powder and paint.
- Boils at absolutely nothing, freezes for no apparent reason.
- Melts if given special treatment.
- Bitter if used incorrectly.
- Found in various grades ranging from virgin material to common ore.
- Yields to pressure if expertly applied.
- Affinity to gold, silver, platinum and all precious stones.
- Absorbs great quantities of expensive substances.
- Explodes spontaneously without reason or warning.
- Greatly increased activity when saturated with alcohol.
- The most powerful money reducing agent known to man.
- Highly ornamental, especially in sports cars.
- Can be a great aid to relaxation.
- Can be a very effective cleaning agent.
- Pure specimens turn bright pink when found in their natural state.
- Turns green when placed alongside a superior specimen.
- Highly dangerous except in experienced hands.
- Illegal to possess more than one, although several can be maintained at different locations as long as specimens do not come in direct contact with each other.