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This is only an illustration, not francium itself. The melting point of francium is approximately at room temperature, but the highly radioactive metal produces so much heat, even in the amount of some milligrams it would end up in glowing fume immediately. However, such a large amount hasn't been isolated yet.

Image was taken from here.

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