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CLST.png Clay dust
Section Powders
Spawn temperature 22°C
Heat Conductivity 28%
Relative weight 55
Gravity 0.2
Acid dissolve rate 0.2%
Flammability 0
State Powder
High temperature LAVA.png above 982.85°C
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Clay dust is a 'sticky' powder, whose particles tend to cling to each other. Stickiness becomes stronger with lower temperatures, turning clay dust almost into a solid below -78°C. Because of its clinging abilities, clay dust tends to stack on top of itself like concrete.

The texture effect comes from the fact that the color of a clay dust particle is based on its .tmp value, which is random. The same effect is used in quartz and powdered quartz.


Ceramic will break into clay dust below -30.0 pressure:


Gel and sponge absorb water from paste and turn it into clay dust:

PSTE.png + GEL.pngCLST.png + GEL.png

PSTE.png + SPNG.pngCLST.png + SPNG.png

Molten silicon powder with oxygen may randomly produce molten clay dust with 1/3 probability if the temperature of molten silicon is below 7446.3°C:

SLCN.png + 3×OXYG.pngSAND.png + STNE.png + CLST.png


Clay dust with water gives solid paste:

WATR.png + CLST.pngPSTS.png

Molten quartz and molten clay dust combine into ceramic:

QRTZ.png + CLST.png → 2×CRMC.png

Clay dust mixed with nitroglycerin produces TNT:

NITR.png + CLST.pngTNT.png

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