In HBM, bromine and xenon-135, which should have been fluid elements, are made into powder form. This may be due to the inconvenience of adding fluid output tanks to cyclotron and silex. Although gt6 can add “bromine dust” or similar materials in terms of compatibility, you can’t convert it to GT fluid bromine, and gt6 fluid bromine is useless. You can’t turn it into HBM bromine powder for use. As for xenon-135, it is useless in the current version and has very dangerous radiation, but it may be useful in the future. At present, the problem is what kind of material should be added when compatible, because GT has fluid xenon. (I noticed that you just fixed the problem of phosphorus in HBM, so I asked).
In addition, some formulations of HBM cyclotron use compounds of some elements to replace them (such as niter instead of nitrogen, fluorite instead of fluorine, quartz powder instead of silicon), which is convenient, but may cause some problems.