Choose our Gallium because you can do anything with it. Almost.
Gallium. The metal that melts in your hands. It Will.
Watch a spoon with Gallium on it disappear.
Gallium has two stable isotopes and both are used in nuclear medicine and physics. Ga-69 is used for production of the radioisotope Ge-68. This isotope is used for so-called Ge-68/Ga-68 generators. The Ga-68 that is created from the decay of Ge-68 is used as a PET isotope. Ga-71 has been used to study the behavior of solar neutrinos and it is also used in NMR studies. Gallium isotopes can be obtained from Trace Sciences International.
Cannot be congested. If so it can cause kidney damage.