# Element:OIL

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Section | Liquids |

Spawn temperature | 22°C |

Heat Conductivity | 16.8% |

Relative weight | 20 |

Gravity | 0.1 |

Acid dissolve rate | 0.5% |

Flammability | 20 |

State | Liquid |

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High temperature | above 59.85°C |

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Allows neutrons to pass through | |

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**Description:** "Flammable, turns into GAS at low pressure or high temperature. Can be formed with NEUT and NITR."

**Spawn temp:** +22.00 *Celsius* / 295.15 *Kelvin*.

Hex triplet colour: #404010 (brown).

Oil evaporates to gas at any temperature ≥ [+59.86 + 2P] *C* \ [333.01 + 2P] *K*, if at any pressure ≤ +5.49. If at any pressure ≤ -166.51, oil of any temperature spontaneously evaporates to gas. This transformation produces +0.50 pressure at the location of each particle.

Oil spontaneously produces pressure at any temperature ≥ [+59.86 + 2P] *C* \ [333.01 + 2P] *K*, if at any pressure ≥ +5.50. The magnitude of pressure produced per particle is +0.50 for every whole temperature degree ≥ [+59.86 + 2P] *C* \ [333.01 + 2P] *K*. For example, if the temperature is 4 degrees *C* greater than [+59.86 + 2P] (if 4 *K* > [333.01 + 2P]), then the pressure produced is 4 ⨯ +0.50 : +2.00.

If oil is both at any pressure ≥ +5.50 and any temperature ≥ +571.86 *C* \ ≥ 845.01 *K*, it spontaneously emits the maximum permitted pressure of +256.00 per particle.

If the pressure value emitted by spontaneously pressurised OIL is ≥ 0.50 below the equation level (due to a lower surrounding pressure), then the pressure value converges up to the equation level. This process repeats if the surrounding pressure is still below the oil's. This is observed with the pressure value at the oil oscillating quickly.

If irradiated with neutrons, nitroglycerin transforms to oil.

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