# I found a page that some may like. (Let the suggestionspammers pour in.) It has critial masses for fissile nuclitides

• Its the tenth, no spam yet

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• Its the tenth, no spam yet

The tenth what?

• The tenth what?

He's saying the thread is not getting a lot of attention, so no one is in here talking about how this could change IC2.
He posted over a week later without any posts between his and the OP. Hence his post.

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• Well its interesting but how do you see this coming ingame?

Cells hold 1 liter of material. Using density you can get mass, and from mass, ultamately power output. But first you need a reaction and that is where these come in.

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• ^ Agreed. The unit for liquids is the bucket, and it's never defined beyond that. The most common operations work on millibuckets (1/1000th of a bucket, as you'd expect), but a cell holds a bucket and that's kind of it.

• Ahem, a Bucket holds 1000 Litres of Water. Thats 1m³, what fits exactly into the metric System of Minecrafts Blocks.

I would say 1 cubic meter, since one bucket/cells store the water from 1*1*1 m^3 of water ?

Soon with Molten Salt Reactors, right ?
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• 1000 Litres of Water. Thats 1m³,

Isn't 1cm³ = 1mL? If so, 1000 cm­³ would equal one liter, and if 1m³ = 100*100*100 cm³ = 1,000,000 cm³ then 1 m³ = 1,000 L

• I got that number indirectly through the brewing system of all things.

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