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Kc₁F₇ is a salt resulting from a chemical reaction between Klasky Csupo and seven fluorine atoms. It is very dense and exists as a liquid at room temperature. The salt, whose full name is Klasky Csupo heptoflouride but may be changed to Klaspoflouride, is extremely harmful to life, but its harmful effects do not "rub off" and the chemical can be safely handled even on human skin; it becomes dangerous on compromised skin or when ingested. Kc₁F₇ can be cooled using basic equipment to a freezing point and observed as a solid. It has a freezing point of -5℃, only slightly colder than that of water, and when frozen the solid takes on a sky blue hue. A known ion of this salt is Kc₁F₇²⁻, which is much less harmful and, in a worst-case scenario, causes evident of an illness similar to that of food poisoning if ingested. A rarer ion is Kc₁F₇⁴⁻, and it is also non-toxic. The two ions mentioned above are two examples of non-toxic fluorine compounds. Another compound of Kc (which is a noble gas with an atomic number of 196) is Kc₁F₉, which is very, very heavy and toxic, even upon exposure.

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