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RSSS.png Solidified resist
Section Solids
Spawn temperature 22°C
Heat Conductivity 52%
Relative weight 100
Gravity 0
Acid dissolve rate 0%
Flammability 0
State Solid
Misc properties
Allows neutrons to pass through
Source code

Solidified resist is a solid produced after the reaction between liquid resist and photons. Solidified resist is immune to acid, heat and pressure. It blocks air (like titanium) and insulates spark. Solid resist reflects photons and absorbs gravitons. Electrons pass through solid resist, and protons destroy it.


Solidified resist can be synthesized only by shining photons on liquid resist:

RSST.png + PHOT.pngRSSS.png


Solid resist liquefies into resist on contact with neutrons:

RSSS.png + NEUT.pngRSST.png

As in the case of liquid resist, if solidified resist has ctype and/or tmp set, then it will liquefy into the element stored in ctype and set that element's ctype to solid resist's tmp. For example, solid resist with ctype = ICE and tmp = ELEC will liquefy into ice with ctype = ELEC:

RSSS.png (ctype = ICE, tmp = ELEC) + NEUT.pngICE.png (ctype = ELEC)

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