Top 8 Most Expensive Materials Found

Berkelium: is so rare and expensive that scientists don’t even use it in their labs. The hard-to-find material was discovered in Berkeley, California in 1949.

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Endohedral Fullerenes: at number two are endofullerenes, an extremely important type of material that could be used to make smaller atomic clocks.

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Rhodium: Coming in at number seven is rhodium, a pricey material often used in catalytic converters to reduce toxic vehicle emissions.

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Scandium: is an elemental material discovered by Lars Frederik Nilson in the late 1800s. Nilson was a Swedish chemist looking.

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Agarwood: is a fragrant material commonly used to make perfumes. The pricey wood costs as much as $1,000 per gram.

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Rhino Horn: rhinos are almost extinct because of illegal and unsustainable hunting practices. Some rhinos hunters sell the animal’s famous.

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Neptunium: is an elemental material that was discovered in 1940. The rare material was found by Edwin McMillan and Philip Abelson as they.

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Antimatter: At more than $60 trillion per gram, antimatter is by far the most expensive material in the world — and probably the universe.

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