Corium and tritinite

  • Redfrogcrab
    11th October Member 1 Permalink

    There are a few Irl minerals that are formed by nuclear activities of humans that I would like to see as a by-product of neutrons or other radioactive material coming into contact with ROCK, SAND, CNCT, or other rock-esc elements in The Powder Toy, 2 are Corium, formed by reactor meltdowns and is a mix of concrete, uranium, metal, and other stuff you would find in a reactor and trinitite, a glass first formed by the Trinity nuclear bomb test in New Mexico

     

    CORE: a highly radioactive solid element formed by exposing molten STNE or CNCT to 10-30+ pressure and NEU or exposing molten ROCK to Neutrons its color is a mix of black and brown (similar to the color of the Elephant's foot, a corium formation found under the failed reactor #4 in Chernobyl) with a bit of dark green. CORE would emit a lot of Neutrons, but over time CORE becomes less radioactive and emit less neutrons

     

    TRIT (or RGLS): a radioactive glass-like powder element, formed when molten glass/sand is exposed to neutrons, slightly radioactive and has a color of a greyish-green, emits small amounts of neutrons

  • Asomion463
    11th October Member 0 Permalink

    Core is basically polonium and trit would help how?

  • TuDoR2007
    12th October Member 0 Permalink

    cant really see much use for CORE tbh

    as for TRIT/RGLS, honestly i could see the use in an element which just emits neutrons every now and then as a source of them in a reactor (cuz polo decays and can melt) without using CLNE or such

  • Asomion463
    12th October Member 0 Permalink

    Yeah good point but trit / rlgs won't make a good reactor fuel but I can think of a few random spark generators that could be built

     

    +1 for trit/rlgs only

    Edited once by Asomion463. Last: 12th October
  • TuDoR2007
    14th October Member 0 Permalink

    @Asomion463 (View Post)

     i meant as a neutron source for more powerful stuff like plut

  • Redfrogcrab
    22nd October Member 0 Permalink

    @TuDoR2007 (View Post)

     yeah that's the point of corium

  • Asomion463
    22nd October Member 0 Permalink

    He wasnt talking about corium 

  • HumdrumFungus78
    27th October Member 0 Permalink

    Please add