Stabilized francium is a liquid that humanity was able to synthesize sometime after 2033.
- In actuality, francium cannot be stabilized and is an incredibly short-lived radioactive element.
- It is the heaviest of the alkali metals, which all react violently with water. However francium has such a short half-life that obtaining enough to cause a chemical reaction with water would be both extremely dangerous and physically impractical.
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