Limestone

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Limestone
Limestone.png
A Limestone formation.
CategoryLand
StateSolid
BehaviorSturdy Powder
Properties
Density2100 kg/m3
Hardness30%
Breaks intoGravel, Dust and Quicklime
Temperature
Hotter StateChanges at 825°C
Creates Carbon Dioxide and Quicklime

Limestone is a beige-white sturdy powder. It will heat into Quicklime, and break into Quicklime, Calcium, and Dust.

Reactions

Element Conditions Result
Acid + Limestone - Neutral Acid
Snail + Limestone - Eaten

History

Version Change
1.9.5 ~ Snails turn into Limestone instead of Quicklime
1.9.5 + Limestone-Acid reaction creates byproducts
1.9.5 ~ Cooled Quicklime forms a Limestone layer
1.9.3 + Limestone can break into Gravel
1.9.3 ~ Snails consume Limestone slower
1.9.1 + Seltzer can dissolve Limestone over time
1.9.1 + Water can weather Limestone into Sand
1.9 + Snails can eat Limestone
1.9 + Vinegar-Limestone reaction
1.8.6 + Grapes can be crushed by Limestone
1.8.6 + Limestone releases some Carbon Dioxide when heated
1.8.6 + Quicklime can be converted back to Limestone with Carbon Dioxide
0.7.2 + Added Calcium