Wanted: The Element Germanium
named after Germany, homeland of its discovery // $130 award
information that may help you find it
Report of first arrest: Clemens A. Winkler found it in 1886 (Germany) while looking at a mineral sample (argyrodite) from a silver mine (Himmelsfürst). After months of analysing it, he finally published his discovery out to the world in 1886, but only after isolating the germanium he had found.
Known associates: It reacts to silicon a little bit, and with oxygen to form germanium dioxide. It is not very reactive with water, either. Overall it is not a reactive guy, so don't expect to find it by asking others about its whereabouts.