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English: A photomicrograph of the first isolated bulk (1.7 micrograms) sample of berkelium. The lump is 100 μm across.
Date ca. 1971
Source "The Chemistry of Berkelium" in (1984) Advances in Inorganic Chemistry and Radiochemistry, 28, Orlando, Florida: Academic Press Inc., p. 42 ISBN: 0120236281. " Figure 7 "
Author Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US Department of Energy


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