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A series of concept test chambers centered around the periodic table of elements. Each room themed, in title, description and design, on a chemical element. Don't forget your goggles and lab coat, and remember, safety first!
Items (17)
Nitrogen
Created by nicklonium
Testing subjects abilities while surrounded by a miasma of a chemical known for its anxiolytic, analgesic, anaesthetic and euphoric effects in the form of laughing gas which has been a part of Earth's atmosphere for aeons due to its emission by both ocean...
Argon
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities when faced with multiple ion lasers which generate significantly more heat than helium-neon lasers and, hence, must be water cooled but have been used to cure various retinal diseases such as macular edema or retinal tears and ...
Radium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities while utilising the chemical element discovered by the husband and wife physicists, Pierre and Marie Curie in 1898. The element, which is three million times more radioactive than uranium, has also been associated with bone can...
Chlorine
Created by nicklonium
Testing subjects abilities while traversing hazardous pools and streams of a chemical typically used to sanitise swimming pools and in the creation of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics but was also used as the first killing agent employed by the German mi...
Magnesium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities before and after exposure to an element that makes up 13% of earth's mass, builds up to a notable degree in supernova stars and burns with a characteristically bright white light, the pure form of which will autoignite at 746 K...
Xenon
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's problem solving abilities before, during and after administration of the neuroprotective agent, xenon, which can provide a significant degree of neuroprotection to neurons under the stress of transient and chronic ischemic attacks on the...
Neon
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities when faced with the chemically inert noble gas that is most commonly used in glowing signs, despite being very rare and relatively expensive, which produces an orange glow when electrically charged and is produced by fractional...
Caesium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities while obtaining a sample of the pyrophoric, unstable element commonly used in atomic clocks which is one of the five elements that are liquid at room temperature and must be suspended/handled very cautiously prior to use....
Plutonium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities under the stress of the nuclear chain reaction induced by bombarding the highly fissile isotope of this element (239); a chain reaction which is globally employed in nuclear weapon detonation and nuclear reactor function....
Neodymium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities using the strongest permanent magnet known to man which is also used in testing the age of meteorites, in gauging the intensity of oncoming volcanic eruptions and in the hard disk drives of every personal computer on the planet...
Cobalt
Created by nicklonium
Testing subjects ability to think while affected by acute poisoning of a metal that, in small doses, has been used to tint glass, ceramics and paints the colour blue but in large doses can lead to pulmonary fibrosis and/or cardiomyopathy....
Lithium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities under the influence of the frequently administered yet borderline unstable treatment for bi-polar disorder which is also more commonly used as a component in most rechargeable batteries and has been found in cells of invertebra...
Strontium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subjects ability to detonate explosive pyrotechnic ordinance, the isotopes of which can both cause and cure bone cancer. How much combustion can you confront?...
Sulphur
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities while reconstructing a bridge over a simmering body of sulphuric acid. The substance, which covers the surface of the innermost Galilean moon of Jupiter, Io, is easily identifiable by its egg-like smell. Eagle eyed/craftier par...
Helium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities when exposed to an element named for the Greek god Helios, most of which was created during the Big Bang which continues to be produced in nuclear fusion of hydrogen in stars and is most commonly used in the study of extremely ...
Hydrogen
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities when threatened by a component of life's most necessary resource and the most abundant element in the universe, which has numerous uses in acid-base chemistry, is released as a produce of anaerobic metabolism and is highly comb...
Titanium
Created by nicklonium
Testing subject's abilities when shrunk to below 147 picometres inside an atom of the 9th most abundant metal on Earth which is primarily used as a dye in paints, paper, plastics and toothpaste to produce a bright shade of white while also serving many, m...
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aden8r Jul 30 @ 6:46am 
556C6GB6GY
Julz (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ Jun 8 @ 10:29am 
Hello, remember me? You told me awhile ago to test out your chambers after you played mine. I'll check them out now! :)
FutureStarter #270 Mar 6 @ 5:32pm 
You forgot Bohrium. XD
_waffles ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Dec 8, 2013 @ 9:53am 
Holy hell these look great!
nicklonium  [author] Nov 6, 2013 @ 3:49am 
Nice, thanks, I'm rather interested in seeing videos for the rest of the collection if you've got the time to make them. Hydrogen and Helium were the first two chambers I created so they're rather basic by comparison but you solved both in the intended way. Titanium and Lithium are fairly simple too purely because they were the third and fourth chambers created so I was still getting to know the editor. Looking forward to part 2...
Beaver Man Nov 5, 2013 @ 3:49pm 
Not to be a view whore, but I featured your collection in a Playthrough:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOxWGK6lO-c
ishapoor Oct 31, 2013 @ 8:35pm 
tjank you
Jsprling Oct 31, 2013 @ 2:46am 
Hello thanks for checking out my test! your tests are all awsome!
ishapoor Oct 19, 2013 @ 3:27pm 
THANK YOU SO MUCH
ishapoor Oct 19, 2013 @ 3:26pm 
AWSOME