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Phosphorescent Green appeared transparent when molded in polycarbonate and milky white when molded in ABS or another material that uses non-transparent granulate. This sets it apart from Phosphorescent White and White Glow, which always appear milky white.
 
Phosphorescent Green appeared transparent when molded in polycarbonate and milky white when molded in ABS or another material that uses non-transparent granulate. This sets it apart from Phosphorescent White and White Glow, which always appear milky white.
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Phosphorescent Green

Colour-ID: 294 (Colour palette)

Phosphorescent Green (Colour-ID: 294) is a phosphorescent effect colour for solid LEGO elements which makes them glow in the dark after being "charged" by exposure to light. It first appeared in 2006 and replaced the earlier glow-in-the-dark colour Phosphorescent White. The colour was discontinued in 2012 and replaced with White Glow.

Phosphorescent Green appeared transparent when molded in polycarbonate and milky white when molded in ABS or another material that uses non-transparent granulate. This sets it apart from Phosphorescent White and White Glow, which always appear milky white.

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