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Due to relatively high condensation point of Chlorine gas, small amounts of Liquid Chlorine can be encountered naturally in the Frozen Biome, where temperatures can reach -40 °C. Chlorine is notable for its very low thermal capacity and conductivity, and liquid state at low temperature.
- Gas Grass requires 500 grams of Liquid Chlorine irrigation per cycle.
Liquid Chlorine can be created by cooling down Chlorine below its condensation point. This can be done with Thermo Aquatuners and a liquid coolant with a <-40 °C freezing point (e.g. Ethanol). The Anti Entropy Thermo-Nullifier is also an option.