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Fluorine by Groundbase Fluorine by Groundbase
Fluorine is a Group 17 element. Fluorine is the most electronegative and reactive of all elements. It is a pale yellow, corrosive gas, which reacts with practically all organic and inorganic substances. Finely divided metals, glass, ceramics, carbon, and even water burn in fluorine with a bright flame. Until World War 2, there was no commercial production of elemental fluorine. Atom bomb projects and nuclear energy applications made it necessary to produce large quantities of fluorine since isotopes of uranium can be separated through the gas diffusion of UF6. Reasonably safe handling techniques for fluorine are now available and one can transport liquid fluorine by the ton. Compounds of fluorine with noble gases such as xenon, radon, and krypton are known. Elemental fluorine and the fluoride ion (in quantity) are highly toxic.

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This is part of AP123's great giant collab idea :) [link]

This started out with a bunch of individual elements. The nebula was much larger and had more detail, but I couldn't get it to work well with the whole scene. The planets were created when I was just screwing around.
I'm still a "n00b" when it comes to space art, but I think I'm starting to make some progress :)

Special thanks go to who took all my bitching and moaning and helped out. This project would have gone seriously wrong without critiques and tips from him ;)
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crucifixeddevil Jul 2, 2006  Professional Photographer
OMG ur so awesome! teach me how to to dat! neways how do u do it? OMG i love each n evry1 of ur work its sooo kewl!
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:icongroundbase:
Just start small, don't make your goals ridiculously high or you'll just end up disappointed. This deviation is actually pretty bad if you ask me and I'm trying to improve ;) Its always about improving.
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:iconzelos22:
OMG i just realized i wasnt watching your gallery :omg:
me is stupid =_="
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:icon2basic4u:
i realy enjoy the pictures of the planets .. have u ever thought about doing a callender or a prints
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:icongroundbase:
Well I have considered it but most of my pictures aren't made at a high enough quality. You can buy Synergy now, I think.
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:icon2basic4u:
you have alot of material and if u get the chance go for it people would love it ..
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:icon2basic4u:
this a realy cool
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DistortedTruth Dec 9, 2005
Ohhh...green. I likey ;)
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