Byste Posted October 3, 2017 Share Posted October 3, 2017 I suppose this is a dumb question in that I should know all this by now, and I know this info is already "out there" but it's not in an easily found form from the searching I've done. What conditions prevent the sublimation and evaporation of substances in this game? I'm talking about solids like bleach stone, polluted dirt, and slime, and liquids like polluted water. I thought I used to be able to stop pH2O from evaporating by keeping it covered by a gas that wasn't O2 or pO2, but now I'm not so sure. Perhaps the pressure of said gasses is important, or am I just completely wrong here and there's nothing you can do to stop it from creating pO2? As for solids, I know you can put them underwater, and I know at least oxylite won't sublimate if you keep it in high pressure environment (though I don't know what the threshold is), but I don't feel so sure about how this applies to polluted dirt, slime, and bleach stone. I also have no idea if temperature factors in to this at all. In real life, gas laws depend on temperature, but I'm not convinced this is true for ONI with the exception of (static?) boiling and melting points. Please help. It would help a lot with designing my power plants and wtf to do about storing slime for mushrooms. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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