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Deutsch: Zink, reinst 99,995 %, links: ein kristallines Bruchstück aus einem Barren, rechts: sublimiert-dendritisch, sowie für den Größenvergleich ein 1 cm3 Würfel aus gleichem Material.
English: zinc, purity 99.995 %, left: a crystaline fragment of an ingot, right: sublimed-dendritic, and a 1 cm3 zinc cube for comparison.
Français : zinc, pureté 99,995 %. À gauche, un fragment cristallin de lingot. À droite, des dendrites obtenues par sublimation-condensation. Devant, un cube d'un cm de côté pour comparaison.
Polski: próbki cynku o czystości 99,995 %. Po lewej krystaliczny fragment sztabki; po prawej sublimowany dendryt; poniżej dla porównania sześcian o boku 1 cm.
Türkçe: % 99.995 saf çinko parçaları içeren 1 cm3'lük çinko küp (solda), bir külçe kristal parça (ortada) ve süblimleşmiş dendritik parça (sağda)
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English: Zinc, purity 99.995 %, left: a crystaline fragment of an ingot, right: sublimed-dendritic, and a 1 cm³ zinc cube for comparison.

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