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Melting gallium spoon

Make your own Gallium Spoons, and get your own Gallium metal! at:
This spoon made from 99.998% pure gallium metal melts at 86F/30C! Great for demonstration purposes (chemistry/physics classes). After the spoon is reduced to a liquid puddle on the bottom of the cup, the gallium can easily be made solid again to make new gallium spoons (with the DIY kit), over and over!

New! amazon promotion: $4 off on purchase of 15 grams of gallium!
(seller: enter promotional code: '5gallium' at checkout

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