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Deutsch: Das chemische Element Europium, eine ~150g Scheibe, Durchm. ca. 10cm, an der Luft oxidiert, überzogen mit gelbem Europium(II)-carbonat. Typische Metallreinheit 99,95 %.
English: The chemical element Europium, a ~150g disc, dia. ca. 10cm, oxidized on air, coated with europium(II) carbonate. Typical metal purity: 99.95 %.
Date 3 October 2007
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Author Alchemist-hp ( talk) (


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