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Is silicon expensive?

I need to know how much 100 grams of silicon would cost to a regular citizen buying it. Please help me?
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The price depends on the purity you require. The Acros catalog lists 100g of 99% pure Si at $36. The same amount of 99.9999% pure Si costs about $273.

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