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No takers so far, and I don't expect any
Carleton Goodsell
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$2.3 million bounty offered for "100% chemical-free material"

Via Bad Astronomy

This reminds me of dihydrogen monoxide.

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Wouldn't a cloud of antiprotons be chemical-free? Or, arguably, some positronium, made of electrons and positrons orbiting each other?

Or many kinds of plasma?

What about a Bose-Einstein condensate? You need to start with atoms to make one, but once it exists, are there "chemicals" in it?

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