Substance Generator

Generates imaginary substances and their properties and appearance. Great for some plot devices, strange scientific findings, or the innocent seeming substance that brings hideous disaster!

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This translucent, reflective substance is yellow with blue patches in it. It is very light. It is crumbly in solid form. This material's melting point is one of the highest known. This material gives off mild radiation. This material can be magnetized. A smell of cabbage comes from this substance.
This somewhat transparent, mirrorlike material is scarlet. This substance's melting point is high. This material can be magnetized. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes.
This material is ash-gray. It is somewhat brittle in solid form. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. This substance adsorbs virtually all kinds of radiation. This material it is somewhat conductive. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes. A smell of pears comes from this substance. It's alternate form is a translucent, unreflective material that is midnight black.
This perfectly transparent, unreflective substance is red. It is light. It is somewhat brittle in solid form. This substance's melting point is room temperature. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes. This material has a strong odor of fish.
This material is red with amber streaks in it. It is heavy. This substance has a slimy texture in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. This substance can be magnetized. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. A smell of chocolate comes from this substance.
This perfectly transparent, unreflective material is violet. It is crumbly in solid form. This substance has a bumpy texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is room temperature. This substance is magnetic. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes.
This substance is rust-colored. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This substance's melting point is unremarkable. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. When exposed to open air it explodes.
This somewhat transparent substance is red with umber flecks in it. It is light. This substance has a smooth texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is very high. This material is very radioactive. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. A smell of coconut comes from this substance.
This perfectly transparent substance is charcoal-colored. It is very heavy. It is crumbly in solid form. This substance's melting point is unremarkable. This substance can be magnetized. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes. It's alternate form is a mirrorlike substance that is orange.
This somewhat transparent material is cream-colored. It is light. It is very flexible in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable.
This perfectly transparent substance is green. This substance has a slimy texture in solid form. This material's melting point is high. This substance is radioactive. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. A faint smell of caramel comes from this substance.
This translucent, unreflective material is purple. It is inflexible in solid form. This substance's melting point is high. This material adsorbs virtually all kinds of radiation. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes.
This somewhat transparent substance is rose-red. It is very light. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. This material is radioactive. It's alternate form is a perfectly transparent, unreflective material that is amethyst.
This perfectly transparent substance is smoke-gray. It is somewhat brittle in solid form. This substance has a waxy texture in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. This substance has a faint odor of melon.
This translucent material is gray with gold swirls on it. It is very malleable in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. This material provides some protection from radiation. This substance does not conduct electricity at all. It provides some insulation against temperature changes.

 

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