I have found that magnesite cannot be melted into magnesium carbonate, which should be a problem, and that carbon trioxide should be mistaken for a compound (CO3) instead of an acid radical’s bug.
The ferric chloride obtained from the processing of ilmenite is a troublesome thing. It needs 56EU/t for electrolysis, and because the output of the battery box is usually 32EU/128EU etc, it is difficult to use a large electrolyzer due to overclocking. To deal with it under the circumstances, therefore, I have the following ideas:
ferric chloride can be dissolved in water vapor as ferric hydroxide and hydrochloric acid.ferric hydroxide can be smelted or dried into hematite
Ferric chloride can be reduced by iron to ferrous chloride
Ferric chloride can react with sulfur dioxide and water to produce ferrous chloride, sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid
In addition, when ferric chloride melts, it should not lose one chlorine and become 3/4 ferrous chloride.
You can add some replacement and metathesis reaction formulas, such as the reaction of magnesium/aluminum/zinc with hydrochloric acid to produce hydrogen, the reaction of hydrochloric acid and calcium carbonate/magnesium carbonate to produce carbon dioxide (both reactions will be learned in middle school), or metal replacement ( Iron replaces copper sulfate, zinc replaces ferrous chloride, sodium replaces magnesium chloride, some have been added, such as sodium replaces magnesium carbonate, aluminum is not added due to the balance of the game)
Hydrochloric acid bathing hematite/limonite to byproduct ferric chloride.
wines can distill the alcohol
Carbon dioxide can be frozen into dry ice