Halogen

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Astatine

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Asta Asta
Astat

Astat is the rarest naturally occurring element on earth. Any given moment there are only a few grams – as a decay product of uranium. The name comes ancient Greek meaning "unstable", because even its most stable isotope has a half-life of only a few hours. Because of its high radioactivity it can only be produced and examined in tiny amounts. Therefore there are no photos of this element nor can chemical experiments be conducted with it.

Nobody has seen the monster Asta Asta yet. Some believe it is ony a myth or a phantom.

Chlorine

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Chlorux
Chlor

Chlorine is an element that is dangerous and useful at the same time. In its pure form it is poisonous and can be used as a disinfectant (for swimming pools for example) or as bleach. Only in concunction with sodium it becomes the harmless and essential table salt.

 

Chlorux is a lurking hunter, who silently snatches his prey like an insect. Only Natri can bring him to terms.

Brome

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Broumus
Bromus

There are only two liquid elements, brome is one of them. It can be found in the hypnotic drug Bromisoval, in flame resistants, tear gas and foto chemicals.

Bromus the Monster is a crabby deep sea fish. It has hypnotic powers and can put people to sleep just by yawning – if ontly its bad breath wouldn’t wake them up again.

Iodine

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Iodina

Iodine is well known for its use in desinfectants: it leaves a puple stain. The lack of iodine can cause a goitre.

Iodina the monster has several neuroses: Obsessed with cleaning she has to desinfect everything all the time by spraying her purple fume. Furthermore she’s hypochondriac and paranoid. She can make you believe any conspiracy theory.

Fluorine

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Flurax

Fluorine is the most agressive of all Elements. It reacts with everything and everybody. Like a predator it permanently wants to steal another element’s electron.

Flurax the monster is a real bandit – wild and dangerous, impetuous and greedy. Always on the hunt it looks out for new victims. But whoever manages to tame the beast, can make good use of it.

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