The hashirieri is the chemist’s dream - its massive variety of compounds could easily keep a research lab occupied for decades. Thus far we have identified:
1. chlorinium dichlorihyde: a liquid acid that can eat through wood, fabric, and other organic material.
2. molybrydnium hydramanamine: a milky fluid that becomes transparent upon contact with heat above 90°F, and dissolves enamel on contact.
3. monochronine diphendramatazinenite: a suspension of chromium particles in a semisolid gel, capable of fast thermal transmission. Ingesting it causes severe metal poisoning.
4. moribraxium cellucolitinite: a polysaccharide crystal that causes confusion and sleep when ingested.
5. duretrenitized bi-conpoundite morimine: a solid that sublimates at room temperature (lethal).
6. poly-anthesized bi-conpoundite morimine: a solid that sublimates at room temperature (non-lethal).
7. poly-birium: a base in the form of a viscous fluid, that causes numbness when touched.
8. poly-birium phosphate: a salt that precipitates when combined with chlorinium dichlorihyde, ingestion of which quickly raises blood pressure.
9. monochronine lysibarinite telletite: an iridescent, stretchy semi solid that is sticky when stretched and hard when compressed, and the viewing of which always leaves an after-image on the retina.
10. sansnombrebendum molywax: a fatty semisolid emetic that smells sour but tastes sweet, causes ulcers, and acts as a highly effective metal polish.