According to one of the discoverers, even a small amount of administratium made one reaction that normally lasts less than a second - take more than four days. Administratium has a half-life of approximately three years. It does not actually decay.
Instead, it undergoes a reorganization in which a vice neutron, assistants to the vice neutron and certain assistants to the neutron exchange places. Some studies have indicated that its mass actually increases after each reorganization, although this is yet to be explained. Another phenomenon that has been observed, as expected from the mechanics of minute particles, is that the more one tries to pin down the positions of vice neutrons within the structure of administratium, the more uncertain those positions become. .......
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