People Playground – Ostrumian Table of Exotic Elements

A list of the Ostrumian’s periodic table of Exotic Elements. Each of these elements is bound to at least 1 quantum particle known as a Exotitron. Group 1 elements have 1 Exotitron, group 2 elements have 2 etc. Each element going down has 1 more proton than the last. Inmutatium has 1 more proton than Contraurium etc. The number of protons resets upon reaching a new group.

Exotic Elements List (Ostrumian Table)

Group 1

  • Contraurium – A crystal that reacts very violently with oxygen. Not incredibly uncommon, but is only useful in it’s pure form, not it’s oxidised form. As such, it is only mined on planets with no atmosphere.
  • Inmutatium – An element that is a non-newtonian liquid at room temperature, but at temperatures below -11 degrees Celcius it becomes a crystalline structure. Quite uncommon. Usually only found in asteroids.
  • Multavinium – A crystal that is capable of making 6-way bonds under regular conditions. Under extreme conditions, it can withstand making bonds with 8 other particles. Usually found underground near the mantle of planets, but in these places the element is somewhat plentiful.
  • Magnystium – A crystalline metal similar to bismuth that is very tough. These crystals can grow to immense sizes even on higher gravity planets. Quite rare.
  • Infragium – A metalloid element that is stronger than lonsdaleite, but a bit more heavy than steel. It is very bad at conducting heat and electricty. Unreactive and quite rare.

Group 2

  • Obstructonium – A metalloid that reflects neutrons better than tungsten carbides, and blocks radiation incredibly well. Rare.
  • Aestusium – A metal that conducts heat even better than copper, and conducts electricity quite well as well. Quite rare.
  • Prolotosium – A metal that conducts electricity even better than copper, and conducts heat quite well. Quite rare.
  • Transvorium – An metal that can absorb incredibly large amounts of energy. Upon reaching a liquid state or reaching it’s threshold of energy it can absorb, it releases all of this energy at once. Very rare.

Group 3

  • Quarium – An element that decays into Y bosons. Incredibly rare, and kind of unstable.
  • Duplium – An element that decays into W bosons. Incredibly rare, and kind of unstable.
  • Ferrumitanium – An element that decays into gluons. Absurdly rare, and quite unstable.

Group 4

  • Luxanium – An element that decays into photons. Absurdly rare, and quite unstable.
  • Gravitasium – An element that decays into gravitons. Absurdly rare, and quite unstable. One of the elements that has the highest demand within the Ostrumian Federation.

Group 5

  • Lucidium – A mysterious element that has strange effects on space-time. Believed to have connections with dark-matter and dark-energy. Only found if made artificially. Very unstable.

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