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  Lithium metal under oil
Piece of lithium

  Lithium wire
Lithium wire (actually almost all samples of lithium wire are an aluminium tube filled with lithium, so you cannot see the actual metalís surface).

  Lithium with shiny surface
Lithium with oxide free surface in evacuated ampoule

  Lightest and heaviest metals
Lightest and heaviest metals. Pieces, 0.500 g of lithium and 0.500 g of iridium.

  Lithium ingot
Factory-made lithium ingot (sealed in aluminium can under argon).

  Lithium batteries
Lithium batteries which contain lithium metal.