Base Properties

Conduct
Thermal Conductivity:
0.0146
Shc
Heat Capacity:
0.846
Hardness
Hardness:
0
Maxmass
KG/tile:
1.8
Light
Light Absorption:
10.0%

Transitions

Carbon Dioxide Carbon Dioxide
Transition
225
Carbon Dioxide Carbon Dioxide
Bitumen Bitumen
Transition
812
Carbon Dioxide Carbon Dioxide

Consumed continuously

Algae 30g/s
Water 300g/s
Carbon Dioxide 0.33g/s
Transition
Algae Terrarium
Transition
Oxygen 40g/s
Polluted Water 290.33g/s
Water 1kg/s
Carbon Dioxide 300g/s
Transition
Carbon Skimmer
Transition
Polluted Water 1kg/s
Dirt 6.67g/s
Water 31.67g/s
Carbon Dioxide 0.63g/s
Transition
Oxyfern
Transition
Carbon Dioxide -1000g/s
Transition
Slickster
Transition
Crude Oil -500g/s
Carbon Dioxide -1000g/s
Transition
Molten Slickster
Transition
Petroleum -500g/s

Infinte sources

Carbon Dioxide Vent

Produced continuously

Natural Gas 100g/s
Transition
Gas Range
Transition
Carbon Dioxide 25g/s
Coal 1kg/s
Transition
Coal Generator
Transition
Carbon Dioxide 20g/s
Lumber 1.2/s
Transition
Wood Burner
Transition
Carbon Dioxide 170g/s
Combustible Gas 90g/s
Transition
Natural Gas Generator
Transition
Polluted Water 67.5g/s
Carbon Dioxide 22.5g/s
Combustible Liquid 2kg/s
Transition
Petroleum Generator
Transition
Carbon Dioxide 500g/s
Polluted Water 750g/s
Lumber 1/s
Transition
Ethanol Distiller
Transition
Ethanol 500g/s
Polluted Dirt 333.33g/s
Carbon Dioxide 166.67g/s
Petroleum 833.33g/s
Transition
Polymer Press
Transition
Plastic 500g/s
Steam 8.33g/s
Carbon Dioxide 8.33g/s
Petroleum 100g/s
Transition
Jet Suit
Transition
Carbon Dioxide 300g/s
Oxygen 100g/s
Transition
Duplicant
Transition
Carbon Dioxide 2g/s

Atmosphere for

Dusk Cap
Bristle Blossom
Thimble Reed
Sleet Wheat
Mealwood
Nosh Sprout
Oxyfern
Mirth Leaf
Bluff Briar
Jumping Joya
Sporechid
Buddy Bud

Member of group

Description

(CO2) Carbon Dioxide is an atomically heavy chemical compound in a Gaseous state. It tends to sink below other gases.

Explanation

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