Reddish-violet powder or granules with metallic luster.
Copper is reddish and takes on a bright metallic luster.
Crystalline tellurium has a silvery-white appearance, and when pure it exhibits a metallic luster.
The pure metal is soft and malleable and has a bright, silvery, metallic luster.
Protactinium has a bright metallic luster which it retains for some time in air.
Yttrium has a silver-metallic luster and is relatively stable in air.
These minerals are shiny and brittle, and they have a metallic luster on fresh surfaces.
Galena is bluish-gray with a bright metallic luster when freshly broken, and dull gray when weathered.
Crystalline silicon has a metallic luster and grayish color.
Sample has shiny blue metallic luster and cubic cleavage, al consistent with a relatively pure galena sample.
Cubic cleavage, grey metallic luster consistent with galena.
Grains have shiny blue metallic luster and cubic cleavage.
Cubic cleavage, gray metallic luster consistent with galena.
Galena has blue metallic luster and cubic cleavage indicating this is a nearly pure sample of galena.