Periodic chain

  • TsarBomba10
    December 2016 Member 2 Permalink

    docRoboRobert on the 8th of June, 2016.

     

    These are my suggestions:

     

    Arsenic (ARSN): Extremely toxic metal, looks identical to TTAN, melts at 816 C, as much as 2px can kill STKM.

     

    Gallium(GALL): Metal, melts at 29 C, breaks glass. When molten gallium is added to acid, it does not dissolve, but it moves around like mad.

     

    Not an element, but hey!

     

    Gallium Arsenide(GARS): Made when molten gallium mixes with molten arsenic. When cooled, using a single strand of METL (and only METL!) makes it glow in a blue color). When not glowing, it is a metalic powder.

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  • docRoboRobert
    December 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Cool ideas.

    Also, Cesium CESM - gray and shiny metal. Very easy to melt. Melting point - 27*C. Conduct electricity. Particles of Cesium are changing their life from 0 - 1 and 1 - 0 per frame. So, It's great to use as atomic clock. Cesium changes into Cesium Chloride and turns acid into water. It's good heat transmiter.

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  • TsarBomba10
    December 2016 Member 1 Permalink

    Actually, Cesium turns into Cesium Chloride when in contact with acid.

  • Jedpog
    December 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Hydrogen-7. (HGN7) - disappears immediately after placed

  • docRoboRobert
    December 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Why Hydrogen-7 would be usefull?

  • TPT_PL
    December 2016 Member 3 Permalink

    @Jedpog (View Post)

     Well, last time you were crying about the "trolz tagin badli sawez". Don't be one of those.

     

    CNCM - Copernicum. Radioactive gas (proven unproven), conducts electricity. Under pressure begins to emit NEUT and ELEC for a while (120 frames). After that, explodes violently into EXOT.

     

    Uses:

    1. Atomic bombs (well yeah, with PLUT will be megastik)

    2. First conductive gas not to destroing everything

    3. Radioactive, we lack those

    4. Source of electricity (not too much useful as it conducts too)

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  • docRoboRobert
    December 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    @TPT_PL: That's great.

  • EaterOfCake
    December 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    Here's some ideas:

    SLVR - Silver, solid, metallic element, resistant to acid, has antiviral properties.

     

    SODM - Sodium, reacts with water to form hydrogen and heat (not enough to light the hydrogen though).

     

    CHLO - Reacts with sodium to form SALT and FIRE, reacts with WATR to make ACID. Stickman dies in it as if in ACID

     

    SULP, SLDO, SLTO - Sulpher (Yellow powder, burns into SLDO), Sulpher dioxide (Gas, does slight damage to stickman, reacts with OXYG and heat to make SLTO), Sulpher trioxide (Also a gas, does a bit more damage to stickman, reacts with WTRV and heat to make ACID).

     

    TRIT - Tritnium, gas that turns into neutrons slowly (with a formula that chance of decay = (([amount of neutrons touching] * 10000) + 1 * ([temp in K]/10000 ))% per frame (meaning that one decay causes a massive chain reaction)).

     

    HYG2 - Deuterium, gas that reacts with OXGY to make DEUT, decays at a rate of ([amount of neutrons within life range] * 10), so doesn't decay immediatly, but one neutron causes a chain reaction.

     

     

     

  • tptquantum
    December 2016 Member 0 Permalink

    deuterium already exists as a liquid, DEUT. *facepalm*

  • TPT_PL
    December 2016 Member 1 Permalink

    @tptquantum (View Post)

     Our DEUT is truly deuterium oxide.

    @EaterOfCake (View Post)

     Ok, but...

    1. SO3 is a liquid

    2. Maybe have SODM have a chance of creating EMBR?

    3. Tritium. Wow. It's... wow. Oh, and does % at the end of formula mean /100?

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