Molten Silicon

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Molten Silicon
Molten Silicon.png
TypeCrafted material
StateMolten
Transported byMolten Channel
Stored inNone

Molten Glass is an intermediate molten product with the sole purpose of being cast into Silicon (Poly) in a Silicon Reactor. It is produced by either smelting Quartz, Coal, and Graphite in a Arc Furnace, or by smelting the previous ingredients plus Water in an Arc Furnace II.

The creation of Molten Silicon generates a substantial amount of Slag. Casting it into Silicon (Poly) also requires the addition of Hydrogen.

Production

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13.5
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Coal.png
4.5
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Graphite.png
1.5
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60 Clock 60s.png
Molten Silicon.png
12
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Slag.png
6
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Exhaust.png
6
Arc Furnace II.png
:
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27
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Coal.png
9
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Graphite.png
3
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Water.png
12
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60 Clock 60s.png
Molten Silicon.png
24
Plus.png
Slag.png
12
Plus.png
Steam Hi.png
12
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Exhaust.png
12

Consumption

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:
Molten Silicon.png
4
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Hydrogen.png
1
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Silicon (Poly).png
4