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Jim,
Not sure I would want it in the garage-from your links...
In the workplace, it’s also considered a hazard, and the permissible exposure limit to the metal is 5mg per square meter over an 8-hour work day. At levels of 2,500mg per square meter, it can be life-threatening. But you’re not like to get into direct contact at such high volumes, unless you work in a place that manufactures tantalum products. And it is extremely useful for numerous applications in various industries.
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