Metal melt in your hand

Via ScienceAlert

Gallium shatters like glass, melts at 29.76 °C, attacks other metals and acts like an alien life form when exposed to sulfuric acid and dichromate solution. It’s not found in nature but is easily obtained by smelting, and is used in electronics such as infrared circuits, lasers and microwaves.

Read more: http://bit.ly/pB7Uyq via Gajitz — with Aswin P Kumar.

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