|Acid dissolve rate||0%|
|High temperature||above 1699.85°C|
|Allows neutrons to pass through|
Glass, shatters when pressure changes too fast, lets through photons, and melts at exactly 1700C. Photons can be passed through glass to separate the different wavelengths of light, works perfectly when you make a prism. NEUT passing through will give off some PHOT of a similar color at an angle to simulate Cherenkov radiation. Converts ELEC to EMBR upon contact. GLAS is immune to ACID. GLAS can also increase NEUT count if enough is passed through.