Praseodymium Ingot

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Praseodymium Ingot
Praseodymium Ingot.png
Praseodymium Ingot
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Status
In Game
Type
Raw Materials
Durability
N/A
Renewable
Yes
Stackable
Yes (64)
First Seen
2.0

The praseodymium ingot (praise-eeoh-dim-eeum) was added as a troll for the players, because of it's long name. It is an actual element, but as you can see it is a long name, and a hard one to pronounce. This, mixed with neodymium, makes didymium glass, or welder's glass. This is also true in the real world. Both real and in the mod, this element is found in an ore.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Smelting[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Smelting recipe

Praseodymium Ingot

Praseodymium Ore +
Any fuel

Grid Praseodymium Ore.png
Grid Any fuel.png

Praseodymium Ingot

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe

Praseodymium Ingot

Praseodymium Block





Grid Praseodymium Block.png




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Usage[edit | edit source]

As a Crafting Ingredient[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe

Didymium Glass;

Didymium Glass Pane

Neodymium Ingot +
Praseodymium Ingot +
Glass or
Glass Pane

Praseodymium IngotGrid Neodymium Ingot.png








Grid Didymium Glass.pngGrid Didymium Glass Pane.png

Praseodymium Block

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Grid Praseodymium Block.png

History[edit | edit source]

Official Release
2.015w11aAdded praseodymium ingot.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It was added as a troll for the players because of it's long name.
  • Both in the real world and the mod, it is found in an ore.
  • Mixed with neodymium, it makes didymium glass, or welder's glass. This is true for both real world and mod.
  • Real praseodymium does not have a puke green color, it looks like any other metal. But several compounds of this does have a greenish color to it, such as praseodymium oxide, and praseodymium sulfate. This was not known by MCE at the time of making the texture.