Minerals

Minerals harvested from refined asteroid ore.

Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls
A chemical flux in strangely distorted mineral form produced by the subtle, yet profound effects of the intermediate deadspace environment, Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls are principally obtained by mining and reprocessing certain rare ores to be found in deadspace, such as the weirdly glowing Cthonic Attar and Amethystic Crystallite asteroids. With increasing interest in the useful properties of these compounds, other sources have been discovered, typically in extreme or isolated space environments where gravitational effects may vary unpredictably. Chromodynamic Tricarboxyls may be unstable but they have many uses, including use as a catalyzing material in synaptic acceleration implants and boosters. A darker use is the refinement of the strange material into "Deathglow", a deeply mind-altering illegal booster that has recently found its way into the underground markets of New Eden.
Isogen
Light-bluish crystal, formed by intense pressure deep within large asteroids and moons. Used in electronic and weapon manufacturing. Only found in abundance in a few areas. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Dark Ochre, Onyx Ochre, Obsidian Ochre Gneiss, Iridescent Gneiss, Prismatic Gneiss Spodumain, Bright Spodumain, Gleaming Spodumain 0.2 security status solar system or lower: Hedbergite, Vitric Hedbergite, Glazed Hedbergite Hemorphite, Vivid Hemorphite, Radiant Hemorphite 0.7 security status solar system or lower: Kernite, Luminous Kernite, Fiery Kernite Omber, Silvery Omber, Golden Omber
Megacyte
An extremely rare mineral found in comets and very occasionally in asteroids that have traveled through gas clouds. Has unique explosive traits that make it very valuable in the armaments industry. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Arkonor, Crimson Arkonor, Prime Arkonor Bistot, Monoclinic Bistot, Triclinic Bistot
Mexallon
Very flexible metallic mineral, dull to bright silvery green in color. Can be mixed with Tritanium to make extremely hard alloys or it can be used by itself for various purposes. Fairly common in most regions. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Gneiss, Iridescent Gneiss, Prismatic Gneiss Spodumain, Bright Spodumain, Gleaming Spodumain Arkonor, Prime Arkonor, Crimson Arkonor 0.4 security status solar system or lower: Jaspet, Pure Jaspet, Pristine Jaspet 0.7 security status solar system or lower: Kernite, Luminous Kernite, Fiery Kernite 0.9 security status solar system or lower: Plagioclase, Azure Plagioclase, Rich Plagioclase Pyroxeres, Solid Pyroxeres, Viscous Pyroxeres
Morphite
Morphite is a highly unorthodox mineral that can only be found in the hard-to-get Mercoxit ore. It is hard to use Morphite as a basic building material, but when it is joined with existing structures it can enhance the performance and durability manifold. This astounding quality makes this the material responsible for ushering in a new age in technology breakthroughs. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Mercoxit, Magma Mercoxit, Vitreous Mercoxit
Nocxium
A highly volatile mineral only formed during supernovas, thus severely limiting the extent of its distribution. Vital ingredient in capsule production, making it very coveted. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Crokite, Sharp Crokite, Crystalline Crokite Dark Ochre, Onyx Ochre, Obsidian Ochre 0.2 security status solar system or lower: Hedbergite, Vitric Hedbergite, Glazed Hedbergite Hemorphite, Vivid Hemorphite, Radiant Hemorphite 0.4 security status solar system or lower: Jaspet, Pure Jaspet, Pristine Jaspet 0.9 security status solar system or lower: Pyroxeres, Solid Pyroxeres, Viscous Pyroxeres
Pyerite
A soft crystal-like mineral with a very distinguishing orange glow as if on fire. Used as conduit and in the bio-chemical industry. Commonly found in many asteroid-ore types. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Bistot, Monoclinic Bistot, Triclinic Bistot Gneiss, Iridescent Gneiss, Prismatic Gneiss Spodumain, Bright Spodumain, Gleaming Spodumain 0.2 security status solar system or lower: Hedbergite, Vitric Hedbergite, Glazed Hedbergite 0.7 security status solar system or lower: Omber, Silvery Omber, Golden Omber 0.9 security status solar system or lower: Plagioclase, Azure Plagioclase, Rich Plagioclase Pyroxeres, Solid Pyroxeres, Viscous Pyroxeres 1.0 security status solar system or lower: Scordite, Condensed Scordite, Massive Scordite
Tritanium
The main building block in space structures. A very hard, yet bendable metal. Cannot be used in human habitats due to its instability at atmospheric temperatures. Very common throughout the universe. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Arkonor, Crimson Arkonor, Prime Arkonor Crokite, Sharp Crokite, Crystalline Crokite Dark Ochre, Onyx Ochre, Obsidian Ochre Spodumain, Bright Spodumain, Gleaming Spodumain 0.2 security status solar system or lower: Hemorphite, Vivid Hemorphite, Radiant Hemorphite 0.7 security status solar system or lower: Kernite, Luminous Kernite, Fiery Kernite Omber, Silvery Omber, Golden Omber 0.9 security status solar system or lower: Plagioclase, Azure Plagioclase, Rich Plagioclase Pyroxeres, Solid Pyroxeres, Viscous Pyroxeres 1.0 security status solar system or lower: Scordite, Condensed Scordite, Massive Scordite Veldspar, Concentrated Veldspar, Dense Veldspar
Zydrine
Only found in huge geodes; rocks on the outside with crystal-like quartz on the inside. The rarest and most precious of these geodes are those that contain the dark green zydrine within. Very rare and very expensive. May be obtained by reprocessing the following ores: 0.0 security status solar system or lower: Bistot, Monoclinic Bistot, Triclinic Bistot Crokite, Sharp Crokite, Crystalline Crokite 0.2 security status solar system or lower: Hedbergite, Vitric Hedbergite, Glazed Hedbergite Hemorphite, Vivid Hemorphite, Radiant Hemorphite 0.4 security status solar system or lower: Jaspet, Pure Jaspet, Pristine Jaspet