Heavy gas, drifts downwards. Carbonates water and turns to dry ice when cold.
|Acid dissolve rate||0%|
|Low temperature||below -78.5°C|
A heavy gas (as far as gasses go), slowly drifts downwards. Turns water into carbonated water. Forms Dry Ice at around -90 degrees. Puts out fire.
CO2 is slowly created from BUBW. As The CO2 is created, .5 pressure is generated, and as pressure goes up, less CO2 is made. Eventually, if in a closed container, CO2 will stop being produced. None is made when the pressure is above 3. Every frame, the chance of BUBW changing is 1 in 4000.
BUBW will all almost instantly explode under 2 conditions: When it is touched by any powder, and when it goes below -.5 pressure. Each particle releases .2 pressure when it explodes
According to the source code, more CO2 is produced when it is touching a solid (that isn't DMND or GLAS. For every solid nearby, it has a (2 minus pressure) in 40000 chance changing to CO2, so that as pressure goes down, this becomes more likely. It will also release .2 pressure.
All CO2 created by BUBW has a ctype of 5, to identify itself as created by it.
CO2 is part of the fusion process. When CO2 is at 200 pressure and heated to 9,500 degrees, it will ignite in a large explosion, turning into PLSM and creating a shockwave of the maximum possible temperature and pressure in TPT. It will also release 1 NEUT, 1 ELEC, and 1 OXYG.
CO2 Is converted to OXYG when it comes in contact with PLNT.