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I tried to convert lumber by temperature into ethanol, it doesn't work, but i get weird stuff happening (for me)

Added chamber with isolation material and stack of 42 KG lumber.

I then fill the space with hot hydrogen
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Tungsten starts to build up by liquid drips from the chamber
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The temp of the hydro in the chamber is weird too

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Is it because i used such high values and ONI freaks out, or where comes the tungsten from?

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8 minutes ago, Yoma_Nosme said:

What's the temperature of the insulation you've drawn in? Looks like flaking...

Although the h2 is cold...maybe cryo flaking? New thing?

 

5 minutes ago, OxCD said:

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Not sure, inulation stays at same mass and that stuff, has nothing to do with lumber.
When i add superhot Hydro into chamber alone (fill) it creates tungsten and reduces hydro mass + temp

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Edit: works with ethanol too, i bet other gasses too.

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1 minute ago, Oozinator said:

Not sure, inulation stays at same mass

In properties, not "for real". To get real mass, you have to mouseover the lowest pixel of the tile.

99.99% chance it's sweating. If you can't "find" the lowest pixel, try tiles made from other material and notice it's producing igneous.

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2 minutes ago, Coolthulhu said:

In properties, not "for real". To get real mass, you have to mouseover the lowest pixel of the tile.

99.99% chance it's sweating. If you can't "find" the lowest pixel, try tiles made from other material and notice it's producing igneous.

Thank you :)
Isoresin insulated tiles create naptha, but other mats i tried = ingenious rock.
I could not catch lowest pixel, but i trust your wisdom.
Tungsten was new for me, never tried it with insulation before.

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I don't know about this lowest pixel thing but if you click on the title a second time it should tell you what it's really made of ( I'm betting it's abyssalite ) and how much mass it really has left.  This seems to work with every solid tile.  For instance, if you click on a copper metal tile a second time, it will say "copper: 100kg" instead of "metal tile".

The tooltip for lumber says that it is made out of genetic ooze, which has a melting point of like 9000 degrees so good luck ;)

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