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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

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

Spawn temp: +22.00 C / 295.15 K

Flammable liquid. With low pressure/heat, turns into GAS. GAS can turn into OIL at certain conditons.

OIL turns into GAS, at a temp (temperature) T ≥ [+59.86 + 2P] C \ T ≥ [333.01 + 2P] K, at a pressure P ≤ +5.49. A pressure of +0.50 is immediately produced at the location of the OIL-GAS conversion.

OIL turns into self-pressurised OIL at T ≥ [59.86 + 2P] C \ T ≥ [333.01 + 2P] K, at P ≥ +5.50. The self-pressure value is +0.50 for every whole degree the temp is above [59.86 + 2P] C \ [333.01 + 2P] K. For example, if the temp is 4 C / 4 K above [59.86 + 2P], then the self-pressure is 4(+0.50) = +2.00.

OIL turns into self-pressurised OIL of P = +256.00, at P ≥ +5.50 and T ≥ +571.86 C \ T ≥ 845.01 K.

If self-pressurised OIL's pressure level drops to ≥0.50 below the equation self-pressure level (due to a lower surrounding pressure), then the pressure value returns to the equation level. This process repeats over and over, if the surrounding pressure is still below the OIL's pressure. This is seen by the OIL's self-pressure value oscillating quickly.

OIL cannot exist at P ≤ -166.51.

OIL can be formed with neutrons (NEUT) and Nitroglycerin (NITR) in contact with each other.

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