White/Dense Deuterium

  • joaocool123
    25th October Member 0 Permalink

    is there a easier method of making dense deuterium? (many deuterium particles in extremely cold temperature decrease their volume like mercury) till now ive been only able to make them with a insulator lined container and alot of work with the "cool" (in terms of temperature) tool, please help me how to make it in a more efficient way.

  • zaccybot2
    25th October Member 0 Permalink

    Use the PROP tool to change the life of the DEUT. The higher the life, the more compressed it is. You can only go up to 2.1 billion-ish though.

  • joaocool123
    25th October Member 0 Permalink

    thank you very much!

  • basiliotornado
    25th October Member 0 Permalink

    @zaccybot2 (View Post)

     i beleve its 2,147,483,647 (i got that from a wiki page and put it in a txt file)

  • zaccybot2
    25th October Member 1 Permalink

    @basiliotornado (View Post)

     Yeah it's 231-1 (=2,147,483,647, ) but

    • I was on my phone and didn't want to need another tab open to search it
    • I didn't feel it was that important, given that @joaocool123 is only coming from cooling DEUT, anything in the millions, even, is a big step up.
  • motaywo
    27th October Member 0 Permalink

    Another reaction which is interesting is that deut is engergized/condensed by electrons. When ELEC contacts deut, it cools down, and you can increase the life that way more than with cooling alone. The console is still the most efficient, but ELEC is the more 'natural' way. Newtonian Gravity works well, but the forces required to be useful often break everything else.

    (Side note: even when electrons are at their default temp of 200C, the cooling reaction with deut is still powerful enough to drop the temp to -276C eventually. I made an experimental cooler once using the elec-deut reaction, but I never published because it had a tendency to explode into a wall of radiation.)

    Hope this helps!

  • Potbelly
    27th October Member 0 Permalink

    65535 is max life of DEUT saved, sadly.

    Another sad thing is that you used to be able to make DEUT with negative life and get interesting properties.

  • zaccybot2
    28th October Member 1 Permalink

    @Potbelly (View Post)

     remember red DEUT?

  • basiliotornado
    28th October Member 1 Permalink

    @zaccybot2 (View Post)

     oh thats cool! that should be in the game again (i had an old version of tpt and tried it) theres also pink deut and yellow deut

  • motaywo
    29th October Member 1 Permalink

    @zaccybot2 (View Post)

     Those were the good old days... (sighs...)