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I have not seen this issue; abyssalite provides great insulation between hot and cold environments:

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I also did an experiment separating magma (1451°C) from liquid naphtha (16.9°C) with abyssalite, granite, and insulation. After a couple of cycles, the abyssalite is more comparable to insulation than granite (which failed catastrophically). The magma cooled to 1448.6°C, which means the heat was transferred to the abyssalite. There was no change in the naphtha for abyssalite or insulation cases. The heat transfer isn't zero, but it is still very small.

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Abyssalite's behaviors are somewhat inconsistent with the belief that it has a 0 thermal conductivity. Abyssalite's thermal conductivity is very very low but non-zero and higher than Insulation.

However, there is a strange behavior with abyssalite at least when it interacts with gas or liquid specifically.

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On 2/13/2020 at 1:53 AM, DaClown said:

there is a strange behavior with abyssalite at least when it interacts with gas

https://oxygennotincluded.gamepedia.com/Thermal_Conductivity

Per the wiki, thermal transfer between solid and gas tiles (which would include steam) is multiplied by 25, meaning gasses next to abyssalite heat faster than liquids or solids (assuming all other conditions/properties are the same).

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5 hours ago, yoakenashi said:

thermal transfer between solid and gas tiles (which would include steam) is multiplied by 25, meaning gasses next to abyssalite heat faster than liquids or solids

So...it's a feature?

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