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OIL.png Oil
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
High temperature GAS.png above 59.85°C
Misc properties
Allows neutrons to pass through
Source code

Flammable liquid. With low pressure/heat, turns into GAS. Gas turns into oil when cooled/exposed to low pressure.

OIL at temp of T degrees C, experiencing P pressure of less than 5.50, will turn into GAS, as follows: T ⩾ 59.86 + 2P . A pressure of 0.50 is produced in the OIL-GAS conversion for every particle of OIL. At a pressure P of 5.50 or more, OIL will create 0.50 pressure for every degree C Temp the OIL is above the T value in the equation, that is it does not turn into GAS but instead produces more pressure.

Oil can also be formed with neutrons and Nitroglycerin.

Language: [[::Element:OIL|English]]