A mineral, commonly known as sublimium but actually a crystalline structure of the element sublimium with carbon, which forms a very high temperature superconductor.

Properties Edit

As stated before, sublimium as a matrix with carbon has superconductive properties at high temperatures. It also glows with a cyan hue when in a state of flux pinning with magnetic materials. The mineral is a very dense solid crystal at room temperature but is transitioning to a gas state which then destroys its crystalline structure with carbon irreversibly, meaning that the effect of flux pinning slowly decays over time.