Calcium

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Calcium
Calcium.png
A pile of Calcium
CategoryPowders
StateSolid
BehaviorPowders
Properties
Density1550 kg/m3
Conductivity40%
Hardness20%
Temperature
Hotter StateChanges at 842°C
Creates Molten Calcium

Calcium is a Silvery white powder. Calcium can be created when Bone is heated to above 760°C. Calcium can also be created when Bone is broke, or irradiated by Radiation. Calcium can be created when Snail is heated above 100°C or below -6°C.

Reactions

Element Conditions Result
Oxygen + Calcium - Quicklime
Water + Calcium 350°C Slaked Lime, Pop & Hydrogen, Bubble
Salt Water + Calcium 350°C Slaked Lime, Pop & Hydrogen, Bubble
Sugar Water + Calcium 350°C Slaked Lime, Pop & Hydrogen, Bubble
Dirt Water + Calcium 350°C Slaked Lime, Pop & Hydrogen, Bubble
Seltzer + Calcium 350°C Slaked Lime, Pop & Hydrogen, Bubble
Pool Water + Calcium 350°C Slaked Lime, Pop & Hydrogen, Bubble
Acid + Calcium - Chlorine & Hydrogen

History

  • Improved Calcium-Water reaction
  • Calcium reacts with water variants and acid
  • Recolored Calcium
  • Calcium turns into Quicklime when exposed to air

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