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 substance is blue. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material's melting point is very high. This material is extremely nonconductive. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes.
This material is white. This material's melting point is unremarkable. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. This material has a strong odor of peach. It's alternate form is a perfectly transparent material that is gray.
This substance is blue with beyrl-green flecks on it. It is very light. This material's melting point is room temperature. A smell of peach comes from this material.
This perfectly transparent substance is ebony with orange specks on it. It is light. It is very flexible in solid form. This material's melting point is low. This substance provides some protection from radiation. This substance is magnetic. When exposed to nitrogen it explodes.
This mirrorlike material is sand-colored. It is flexible in solid form. This material's melting point is high. This material is very radioactive. This substance is superconductive. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. A faint smell of bread comes from this substance.
This somewhat transparent material is slate-gray. It is heavy. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This material's melting point is below room temperature. This substance provides excellent protection from radiation. This material is very conductive.
This substance is milky-white. It is light. This material's melting point is very high. This substance adsorbs virtually all kinds of radiation. This material is extremely nonconductive. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes. This substance has a faint odor of pine needles.
This perfectly transparent, unreflective material is ivory. It is light. It is very brittle in solid form. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. It alloys with other materials poorly.
This perfectly transparent, unreflective substance is mauve. It is very flexible in solid form. This material's melting point is unremarkable. This material provides some protection from radiation. This material is very conductive. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. This substance has an odor of vanilla.
This material is turquoise with green flecks in it. It is brittle in solid form. This material has a rough texture 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 material has a strong odor of coffee. It's alternate form is a somewhat transparent, mirrorlike material that is jet black.
This material is violet. It is crumbly in solid form. This material has a slimy texture in solid form. This substance's melting point is high. This material provides excellent protection from radiation. This material is mildly magnetic. This substance has a strong odor of bannanas.
This perfectly transparent, unreflective substance is cobalt-blue with amber patches in it. This material's melting point is low. This material provides excellent protection from radiation.
This material is jade-colored. It is somewhat malleable in solid form. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. It is a poor insulator against temperature changes. A smell of mud comes from this substance. It alloys with other materials very easily.
This perfectly transparent, unreflective substance is smoke-gray. This substance's melting point is below room temperature. This substance is radioactive. It acts as an excellent insulator against temperature changes.
This somewhat transparent substance is smoke-gray. It is extremely inflexible in solid form. This material's melting point is very high. When exposed to water it disintegrates.

 

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