Lithium. Reactive element that explodes on contact with water.
|Acid dissolve rate||1.5%|
|High temperature||above 180.5°C|
If the lithium particle is above 166.85C it will explode. Otherwise it will convert water particles into HYGN and heat up. The reactions and heat produced will be more violent when lithium is charged up with electricity.
The Hydrogenation factor is stored in the .tmp property.
Lithium ion batteries: When lithium is pure enough (hydrogenation factor + carbonation factor < 5) it can be used as a chargeable battery.
The charge value is stored in the .ctype property, and is shared among nearby LITH particles.
Lithium can be overcharged when it reaches .ctype of 100. The explosion will propagate through all neighboring highly-charged lithium particles.
Impurity: Lithium impurity is determined by the sum of hydrogenation and carbonation factors.
When impurity reaches the maximum value of 10 it will stop reacting with CO2 and water particles (unless its already burning).
Explosion: While in its explosion phase, LITH will start a countdown timer and release FIRE particles. If LITH comes into contact with OXYG in this state, it will turn the OXYG and itself into PLSM, and create some pressure. When the explosion timer finishes, it will turn into LAVA. If the carbonation factor is greater than 3, it will turn into molten GLAS, rather than molten LITH.
LITH will also explode if it comes into contact with FIRE while it's temperature is greater than 166.85C and it's hydrogenation value is less than 6.
will turn LITH into HYGN, rather than destroying it.