MH370 Is Missing With 239 People On Board, Help The Families Find The Truth

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This campaign ended on August 8, 2014
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  • $10USD
    Aluminium Reward MH370

    Aluminium metal is so chemically reactive that native specimens are rare and limited to extreme reducing environments. Aluminium is remarkable for the metal's low density and for its ability to resist corrosion due to the phenomenon of passivation.

    163 claimed

  • $5USD
    Iron MH370 Reward

    It is by mass the most common element on Earth, forming much of Earth's outer and inner core. It is the fourth most common element in the Earth's crust.

    95 claimed

  • $25USD
    Copper Reward MH370

    A ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. Pure copper is soft and malleable; a freshly exposed surface has a reddish-orange color.

    128 claimed

  • $100USD
    Indium Reward MH370

    A rare metal produced from zinc-ore processing, as well as lead, iron and copper ores. In its purest form, it presents the color white and it’s extremely shiny and malleable.

    56 claimed

  • $250USD
    Silver Reward MH370

    This element has the best electrical and thermal conductivity, as well as the lowest contact resistance of all the metals.

    8 claimed

  • $500USD
    Renium Reward MH370

    One of the densest metals, with the third highest melting point. Rhenium is a by-product of molybdenum, which essentially is a by-product of copper mining.

    7 claimed

  • $1,000USD
    Palladium Reward MH370

    This grayish-white, precious metal is valued because of its rarity, malleability, stability under hot conditions and ability to absorb a considerable amount of hydrogen at room temperature.

    3 claimed

  • $2,500USD
    Osmium Reward MH370

    One of the densest elements on Earth, osmium is a bluish-silver metal. This very hard, brittle metal has an extremely high melting point.

    0 claimed

  • $5,000USD
    Iridium Reward MH370

    It’s the most extreme member of the platinum group. This whitish metal has a super high melting point, is one of the densest elements around and stands as the most corrosion-resistant metal. Iridium is processed from platinum ore and as a by-product of nickel mining.

    1 claimed

  • $10,000USD
    Ruthenium Reward MH370

    This member of the platinum metals retains many of the group’s characteristics, including hardness, rarity and an ability to withstand outside elements.

    1 claimed

  • $25,000USD
    Gold Reward MH370

    Because of its desirability, durability and malleability, gold remains one of the most popular metals and investment options. Gold is usually separated from surrounding rocks and minerals by mining and panning, upon which the metal is extracted with a combination of chemical reactions and smelting.

    0 claimed

  • $50,000USD
    Platinum Reward MH370

    Platinum has made a name for itself through its malleability, density and non-corrosive properties. This metal is also similar to palladium in its ability to withstand great quantities of hydrogen.

    0 claimed

  • $100,000USD
    Rhodium Reward MH370

    This extremely rare, valuable and silvery-colored metal is commonly used for its reflective properties. It has a high melting point and an amazing ability to withstand corrosion.

    0 claimed

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