A sample of Talionshorinohn sitting on a Tallium 32 (Solid Morph) Cyclinder. Note that though both exhibit a blue hue, only the Tallium 32 is actually glowing with its own light. Tallionsphorinohn mimics the blue hue of Tallium Family elements by reflecting certain wavelengths of light, in a form of iridescence. It only glows (with a green hue) when excited by electricity, though it can be made to mimic the blue glow of various Tallium elements by heating or cooling it to specific temperatures while either passing an electrical current through it, or by removing electrons from its metallic matrix in the presence of a high-energy light source (causing lower-energy electrons to become briefly excited and release the excess energy picked up in their excitement as a blue glow).

A Tallium-Analog in the Volantantium family. Its physical and some chemical properties mimic those of Tallium-Family glasses. Along with Tallium-Family elements such as Tallium 32 and Tallium 21, it is used in the production of smart glass for products such as heads up displays and solid-energy generators.

Talionsphorinohn can be used to create Talisphoric Acid, a powerful stimulant and dangerous hallucinogen, which also has industrial and pyrotechnic uses.

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