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Deutsch: Das chemische Element Chlor, verflüssigt unter Druck bei >7,4 bar, eingeschmolzen in einer Quarzampulle, eingegossen in einem Acrylglaswürfel, Kantenlänge 5cm
English: The chemical element chlorine, liquefied under pressure at >7.4 bar, sealed in a quartz vial (ampoule), sealed in an "acrylic glass" (i.e., Plexiglas, Lucite) cube, cube edge length: 5cm.
Français : L’élément chimique chlore. Scellé dans une ampoule de quartz. L’ampoule est encapsulée dans un cube de Polyméthacrylate de méthyle de cinq centimètres de largeur.
Suomi: Kloori-alkuaine, sinetöitynä kvartsiampulliin. Ampulli on sinetöity akryyliseen kuutioon, jonka särmän pituus on 5 cm.
Русский: Кварцевая ампула с сжиженным под давлением хлором (Cl2) в акриловом кубе
Українська: Кварцева ампула із зрідженим під тиском хлором (Cl2) у акриловому кубі
Español: El elemento químico cloro, licuado a una presión inferior a 7.4 bar, contenido en una ampolleta de cuarzo, sellada en un cubo de acrílico, cuyas aristas miden 5 cm.
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