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 perfectly transparent, reflective material is umber. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material has a slimy texture in solid form. This material's melting point is one of the highest known. This material adsorbs almost all radiation. This material can be magnetized.
This translucent substance is smoke-gray. It is heavy. This material's melting point is unremarkable. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. A strong smell of peppermint comes from this material.
This translucent, unreflective material is azure. It is flexible in solid form. This substance has a bumpy texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is high. This material provides some protection from radiation. This substance can be magnetized. It alloys with other materials poorly unless high heat is used.
This material is red with white swirls on it. It is very light. It is somewhat brittle in solid form. This material has a waxy texture in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. This substance provides some protection from radiation. It provides some insulation against temperature changes.
This translucent material is peach-colored with alabaster patches on it. This substance has a bumpy texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is room temperature.
This translucent, mirrorlike substance is ebony. It is crumbly in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes. A strong smell of peach comes from this material. When exposed to acid it disintegrates.
This material is gray with purple streaks in it. It is very heavy. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material's melting point is one of the highest known. This material is magnetic. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes.
This unreflective material is vermillion. It is somewhat brittle in solid form. This substance's melting point is room temperature. This substance does not conduct electricity at all. It provides some insulation against temperature changes. This material has an odor of excrement.
This material is white. This substance has a smooth texture in solid form. This material's melting point is high. It alloys with other materials barely unless high heat is used.
This somewhat transparent substance is violet. It is very heavy. It is very malleable in solid form. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. This substance has an odor of cabbage.
This material is silver. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material has a rough texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. This substance is very conductive. It provides some insulation against temperature changes.
This perfectly transparent, mirrorlike substance is purple. It is very light. It is very malleable in solid form. This substance has a rough texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is unremarkable. This substance can be easily magnetized. It alloys with other materials very easily.
This reflective substance is magenta. It is very heavy. It is flexible in solid form. This material's melting point is room temperature. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes.
This translucent, reflective substance is gray. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material has a slimy texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is unremarkable. It provides some insulation against temperature changes.
This perfectly transparent, mirrorlike substance is orange. It is very brittle in solid form. This substance has a oily texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. This material is very radioactive. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes.

 

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