|Acid dissolve rate||0.2%|
|High temperature||above 982.85°C|
CLST produces PSTE when in contact with water. CLST particles are naturally 'sticky' and tend to cling to each other, when cold. Particles literally freeze at about -70°C (I.E. turn to a pseudo-solid state). It melts at about 984°C
Because of it's clinging abilities, CLST tends to stack on top of itself, almost like concrete.
CLST can be created by putting CRMC under less than -30 pressure.