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Post [C2 KB] Chemical reactions and decay rates.
Chemical reactions and decay rates.
Issue: How are chemicals mixed together and how often do the reactions get updated.
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Analysis: Initial concentrations of chemicals and the half-life of each chemical determine the "rate of decay" or how fast/slow each chemical is used. Some chemicals can be replenished through food while others are not. Each chemical has its own half-life, each reaction would have a different rate of decay. So in some reactions a clocktick would activate a bit of decay while in other reactions maybe only every other clocktick would activate a bit of decay.
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