For those who slept through high school chemistry, Gallium is the 31st element on the periodic table. It’s a metal that at room temperatures is solid, but melts at 85.6 °F (29.76 °C). The element doesn’t occur naturally in nature, but as compounds in other metal ores. It’s main use is for semiconductors and is awesome fun to play with. This is 0.53 oz (15 g) of Gallium packed in a cup of silicone. Yeah science!
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