(2020-06-02 Tritanium is not found in Gneiss, according to the game itself. Probably outdated information...unless EVE sometimes lies to keep things interesting.)
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'''Tritanium''' is a primary construction material in most structures and ships in New Eden. It is found in most ores, however is extremely abundant in Veldspar. Tritanium is an extremely durable material, and is also highly flexible. Unfortunately the material is very corrosive and as such cannot be used in a raw form within most atmospheres. Certain alloys and compounds are not nearly as unstable. Due to its high availability it is a cheap and accessible material for space-based construction.<br>
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'''Tritanium''' is a primary construction material in most structures and ships in [[New Eden]]. It is found in most ores, however is extremely abundant in [[Veldspar]]. Tritanium is an extremely durable material, and is also highly flexible. Unfortunately the material is very corrosive and as such cannot be used in a raw form within most atmospheres. Certain alloys and compounds are not nearly as unstable. Due to its high availability it is a cheap and accessible material for space-based construction.<br>
 
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Latest revision as of 23:28, 5 June 2020

Tritanium is a primary construction material in most structures and ships in New Eden. It is found in most ores, however is extremely abundant in Veldspar. Tritanium is an extremely durable material, and is also highly flexible. Unfortunately the material is very corrosive and as such cannot be used in a raw form within most atmospheres. Certain alloys and compounds are not nearly as unstable. Due to its high availability it is a cheap and accessible material for space-based construction.

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Structure Volume: 0.01m3
Base Price: 2 ISK

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Links[edit | edit source]

Tritanium at Chrucker Market Database


Processed Minerals and Unprocessed Ores

IsogenMegacyteMexallonMorphite
NocxiumPyeriteTritaniumZydrine


ArkonorBistotCrokiteDark OchreGneissHedbergiteHemorphiteJaspet
KerniteMercoxitOmberPlagioclasePyroxeresScorditeSpodumainVeldspar

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