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The Element in its liquid state inside its beaker.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 shall be locked up in a full-transparent, shatter-resistant 500-mL beaker and stored at room temperature in a medium security and observation room at Site-23. All breaks in the beaker shall be mended at once or SCP-XXXX-1 can be moved into a new beaker.

Description: SCP-XXXX, or "The Element," refers to an anomalous that appears to possess unlimited protons and electrons. Origin of said element is unknown at this time and is currently being researched and analyzed. SCP-XXXX has the ability to change states of matter at random intervals which scientists theorized is caused by The Element having the same melting and boiling points. In all states of matter, SCP-XXXX absorbs greater than 99.99% of visible light, making it appear as the color black.

We have only one sample of The Element which has been documented as SCP-XXXX-1. This sample is only made up of SCP-XXXX, as its atoms can only molecular bond with each other.

Incident XXXX: On ██/██/████, Experiment XXXX-01 was approved and Dr. ████ was put in charge. D-3421 was used to interact with SCP-XXXX-1.

Nothing happened with SCP-XXXX-1 as D-3421 approached its beaker. Once D-3421 got to is, it changed into a solid. D-3421 was instructed to touch the solid state. Nothing happened when their hand made contact.

SCP-XXXX-1 then turned into a gas. D-3421 was then instructed to walk through XXXX-1's gaseous state. Still no reaction. It was then decided that SCP-XXXX-1's solid and gaseous forms are harmless to humans.

The final state of matter, liquid. As D-3421 placed their hand into the beaker, they immediately felt a burning sensation. It stopped once they pulled out their hand. It seems that SCP-XXXX-1's liquid state is like an acid.

While D-3421 was leaving, SCP-XXXX-1 splashed out of the beaker and onto the floor. It leaked everywhere and some got on D-3421. Dr. ████ rushed in and helped D-3421 clean up, then dismissed him.

D-3421 was later found dead. It appears that a bit of SCP-XXXX-1 fell into their shoe and ate at D-3421 until there was no more. The sample of SCP-XXXX-1 that was found with D-3421 was safely contained and placed back into its beaker.

Addendum XXXX-01: After the events of Incident XXXX, I am requesting permission to study SCP-XXXX-1 in more detail. I am forced to believe it might be alive and I want to see what else it does and if it actually has control over when it changes state. ~Dr. ████

Denied. It isn't possible for SCP-XXXX-1 to be alive. It is just a mix of molecules without any cells. It would be a waste of time and resources. During Incident XXXX, SCP-XXXX-1 was just flowing like any liquid. ~O5-8

Addendum XXXX-02: At least grant permission to change SCP-XXXX's Object Class to Euclid. It shouldn't be classified as "Safe" after Incident XXXX. ~Dr. ████

Denied. Incident XXXX was just a freak accident. No important one was injured, so SCP-XXXX will remain Safe until signs of danger or signs of it trying to escape are shown. ~O5-8

Addendum XXXX-03: After the second denial, I have requested to not work with SCP-XXXX anymore. They tell me I will no longer work with SCP-XXXX-1 by Monday. I hope I get moved to a more harmless SCP.

Addendum XXXX-04: Dr. ████ has been moved to a new SCP, and I, Dr. Santana, have replaced them in working with SCP-XXXX-1.