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Fictional MineralsEdit

AEdit

BEdit

  • Bazoolium - Doctor Who universe
  • Beerium - Young Einstein 1988 film (an important piece of evidence for everything bad that social conservatives have ever said about Hollywood)
  • Bernalium - Stephen Baxter's novel Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice
  • Beskar - Star Wars universe
  • Blue Star - Galaxina 1980 film
  • Brillion (red, blue, white and black) - Matthew Hughes's novel Black Brillion

CEdit

  • Carboaluminium - Gregory Benford and Larry Niven's novel Bowl of Heaven, p. 119
  • Carolinum - H.G. Wells's novel The World Set Free
  • Cavorite - H.G. Wells' novel The First Men in the Moon
  • Clitch - Matthew Hughes's novel The Other
  • Collapsium - H. Beam Piper's novel Space Viking
  • Computronium - Marray Shanahan's nonfiction The Technological Singularity, p. 35
  • Cortosis - Star Wars universe

DEdit

GEdit

  • Gadolinium - H. Beam Piper's novel Space Viking
  • Globinium - "It's Not Easy Being Green," episode of Eureka, August 7, 2009
  • Gravitum - Rhett C. Bruno's novel The Circuit: Executor Rising

HEdit

IEdit

  • Illudium Q-36 or Illudium Pu-36 - "Hare-Way to the Stars" Warner Bros. Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny animated short, March 29, 1958
  • Iperion - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole

JEdit

  • Jumbonium - "The Lesser of Two Evils," Futurama, February 20, 2000

KEdit

  • Kammris - Star Wars universe
  • Kernel - Stephen Baxter's novel Proxima
  • Kinemit - Valmore Daniels's novel Forbidden the Stars
  • Kryptonite - Superman universe

LEdit

  • Lendi - William Tenn's "The Liberation of Earth," a short story in Robert Silverberg's collection Invaders from Space

MEdit

  • Morlus - John W. Campbell's novel The Black Star Passes

NEdit

OEdit

  • Olaminium - Babylon 5 universe
  • Oxyllium (explosive) - Joseph Millard's nonfiction The Gods Hate Kansas, p. 48

PEdit

  • Panzoto-Panzite - "cash for Gold" South Park episode
  • Peridot-Craponite - "cash for Gold" South Park episode
  • Pergium - Tony Daniel's Devil's Bargain, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel
  • Pizzazium - Phineas and Ferb cartoon series
  • PyrE (pyrophoric alloy) - Alfred Bester's novel The Stars My Destination

QEdit

SEdit

  • Silibalt - "The Atom Misers" episode of the television series My Favorite Martian
  • Substance K - David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt's novel Heaven's Fall

TEdit

  • Tallonian crystals - Star Trek universe
  • Tantalum (metal derived from the ore Yttrotantalite) - Harry Harrison's "Rock Diver," in Robert Silverberg's short story collection Earth is the Strangest Planet
  • Taranium - Stephen Baxter's novel Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice, brief reference, p. 307

UEdit

  • Upsidasium - Bullwinkle cartoon series

YEdit

  • Yttrotantalite (ore that is the source of the metal tantalum) - Harry Harrison's "Rock Diver," in Robert Silverberg's short story collection Earth is the Strangest Planet

ZEdit

  • Zelaznium - Robert Kroese's fantasy/humor novel Disenchanted, Pp. 81-82
  • Zontonium - Robert Kroese's science fiction/humor novel Starship Grifters; Robert Kroese's novella Aye Robot: A Rex Nihilo Adventure

Fictional GemsEdit

  • Masgar - Robert Bloch's "Catspaw" episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, second season, episode #36, production #30, first broadcast on October 27, 1967 and repeated on May 24, 1968.
  • Lorium - Robert Bloch's "Catspaw" episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, second season, episode #36, production #30, first broadcast on October 27, 1967 and repeated on May 24, 1968.
  • Pavonite - Robert Bloch's "Catspaw" episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, second season, episode #36, production #30, first broadcast on October 27, 1967 and repeated on May 24, 1968.

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