Difference between revisions of "Element:FSEP"

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FSEP ignites at temperatures over {{temperature | t=673.15}} (much lower than {{Material | FUSE}}), or when touching {{Material | SPRK}}. When it burns, it generates {{Material | PLSM}} which is at maximum temperature.
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Fuse powder ignites at temperatures over {{temperature | t=673.15}} (much lower than [[Element:FUSE|fuse]]), or when touching a [[Element:SPRK|spark]]. When it burns, it generates [[Element:PLSM|plasma]] instead of [[Element:FIRE|fire]].
  
FUSE turns into FSEP at pressures greater than 2.7.
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== Creation ==
 
 
FSEP will be moved to the [[Explosives]] menu in version 91.
 
 
 
== Fuse Powder's Reactions ==
 
* {{MaterialBtn | FSEP}}(temp > {{temperature | t=673.15}}) -> {{MaterialBtn | PLSM}}
 
* {{MaterialBtn | FSEP}} + ({{MaterialBtn | SPRK}}) -> {{MaterialBtn | PLSM}}
 
  
== Creation ==
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Fuse turns into fuse powder when exposed to pressures greater than 2.7 and after a short delay:
* {{MaterialBtn | FUSE}}(Pressure > 2.7) -> {{MaterialBtn | FSEP}}
 
  
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{{MaterialBtn|FUSE}} → {{MaterialBtn|FSEP}}
  
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{{Languages|Element:FSEP}}

Latest revision as of 12:03, 8 May 2022

FSEP.png Fuse Powder
Properties
Section Powders
Spawn temperature 22°C
Heat Conductivity 28%
Relative weight 70
Gravity 0.1
Acid dissolve rate 3%
Flammability 0
State Powder
Source code


Fuse powder ignites at temperatures over 400°C (much lower than fuse), or when touching a spark. When it burns, it generates plasma instead of fire.

Creation

Fuse turns into fuse powder when exposed to pressures greater than 2.7 and after a short delay:

FUSEFSEP

Language: English