Gallium Metal 50 Grams, 99.99% Pure Melting Gallium - 50g Vial
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- 50g Gallium Metal 99.99% Pure in plastic vial from Gallant Metals
- SAFE TO TOUCH: Non-toxic and washable with soap and warm water
- METAL LIQUID: 50g Gallium metal that melts in your hands, melting point of 86°F
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Guaranteed Amount - We weigh our 50g of Gallium without including the weight of the vials unlike other sellers, so you can be confident you are getting the full amount. Double Sealed - Gallium melts at 86 degrees Fahrenheit and may transition from liquid to solid or solid to liquid so we use dual sealing to ensure your product arrives safe and secure. Quality Assurance - Gallant Metals is a 100% Veteran-Owned small business that provides the highest quality 99.99% pure gallium, packaged here in the United States.
- Package Dimensions : 3.08 x 0.05 x 0.05 inches; 2 Ounces
- Date First Available : February 25, 2019
- Manufacturer : Gallant_Metals
- ASIN : B07P7JN6VR
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,114 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Also important to note, galium chemically reacts with porcelain. china. and glass permanantly. The chemical term is it wets the china. If you want to understand better look up the wikipedia article 'Wetting.' Though it does not specifically mention galium and china, it is the same chemical process that happens between them.
Also also, if you have any aluminum hanging around for whatever reason, keep it away from the galium as galium and aluminum also create a permanant chemical reaction. It's actually pretty cool to see a time lapse of and I recommend looking up a video of people doing it if such a thing interests you.
If you wish to pour it out of its container after you have heated and melted these 50 grams, it is recommended to have a small plastic bowl handy as you can slightly flex the plastic bowl to pop off the remaining galium after you have poured it back into the original container.
Final warning, if you want to store the galium somewhere other than the original container, *do not use glass!* Even if you don't mind that it wets the glass making it unusable for most other applications the real problem is that as gallium solidifies it slightly expands and will very likely crack whatever glass vessal it is housed in.