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'''Sulfur''' is a component in the production of [[Sulfuric acid]] and [[Explosives]], both of which are also intermediate products used in higher-level recipes.
 
'''Sulfur''' is a component in the production of [[Sulfuric acid]] and [[Explosives]], both of which are also intermediate products used in higher-level recipes.
  
Sulfur is a solid item in a chain of otherwise fluid-based manufacturing: [[Crude oil]] -> [[Petroleum gas]] -> Sulfur -> [[Sulfuric acid]].  It is thus recommended to keep an eye on sulfur production early on to make sure it does not become a bottleneck.
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Sulfur is a solid item in a chain of otherwise fluid-based manufacturing: [[Crude oil]] [[Petroleum gas]] Sulfur [[Sulfuric acid]].  It is thus recommended to keep an eye on sulfur production early on to make sure it does not become a bottleneck.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 11:58, 29 April 2018

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Sulfur

Recipe

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1
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Petroleum gas.png
30
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Water.png
30
Sulfur.png
2

Total raw

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1
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Petroleum gas.png
30
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Water.png
30

Stack size

50

Prototype type

item

Internal name

sulfur

Required technologies

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Produced by

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Consumed by

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Explosives.png
Sulfuric acid.png

Sulfur is a component in the production of Sulfuric acid and Explosives, both of which are also intermediate products used in higher-level recipes.

Sulfur is a solid item in a chain of otherwise fluid-based manufacturing: Crude oilPetroleum gas → Sulfur → Sulfuric acid. It is thus recommended to keep an eye on sulfur production early on to make sure it does not become a bottleneck.

See Also