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  1. Leylite's SpaceChem Puzzles
  2.  
  3. Last updated: September 3rd, 2013
  4.  
  5. ====
  6.  
  7. Note: ratios after puzzle names represent difficulty ratings similar to those found on ResearchNet.
  8.  
  9. ====
  10.  
  11. Thanks and accolades to blueeyedrat for helping me and commenting on some of these puzzles. Thanks also to Lanky for comments and an edit to Radioactive Salts.
  12.  
  13. =====
  14.  
  15. Hunter Process (1/3)
  16. (production)
  17.  
  18. Extract titanium out of titanium dioxide, using the Hunter process:
  19.  
  20. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunter_process>
  21.  
  22. Solving this level is straightforward, since the reactor quota is generous and there's a recycler. Optimizing it may be a little more interesting.
  23.  
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  31.  
  32. ====
  33.  
  34. Not Road Salt (1/3)
  35. (production)
  36.  
  37. I'm sure all of you are by now familiar with sodium chloride, NaCl, which is widely used as road salt due to its colligative properties when dissolved in water (from melted snow). Potassium chloride, KCl, is also used for this job.
  38.  
  39. Cesium iodide, CsI, is another salt made from a (heavy) group I element and a (heavy) halogen. At this time, SpaceChem has no plans to deploy CsI as road salt.
  40.  
  41. Phosphoric acid isn't road salt either.
  42.  
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  50.  
  51. ====
  52.  
  53. Repair Tungsten (1/3)
  54. (research)
  55.  
  56. Today, it seems we have a surplus of Tungsten(VI) hexachloride left over from our other experiments. We'd like to recover the tungsten as well as produce some hydrochloric acid, so adding hydrogen should not only produce our desired results but release energy too.
  57.  
  58. Of course, this is SpaceChem so our molecules are going to need a little help to make this happen.
  59.  
  60. H4sIAIK2clEA/3VQu2rEMBD8FbP1GSQTckGqwjUurgqBK0IKxV7bAp1k9IA4xvftWdu5PJyk2W
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  66.  
  67. ====
  68.  
  69. (NEW!) Shared Space (1/3)
  70. (research)
  71.  
  72. A simple assignment. Take two benzene outputs, and using a fusion laser, create two pyridine outputs. Easy to solve; slightly more difficult to optimize. There's some bonders too in case you want to try something fancy.
  73.  
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  79. IAAA==
  80.  
  81. ====
  82.  
  83. (NEW!) Shared Space II (1/3)
  84. (research)
  85.  
  86. Second verse, similar to the first. This time you need to take two benzene inputs and create two pyrazine outputs, requiring two fusions on opposite sides of the molecule.
  87.  
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  93. PkYv4ArXOKcNECAAA=
  94.  
  95. ====
  96.  
  97. Nonsense Organic (1.5/3)
  98. (research)
  99.  
  100. A research level about producing some sort of organic molecule. Again, this level is generous and provides 8 bonders, but there aren't any other conveniences like sensors or quantum tunnels.
  101.  
  102. In fact, this level can also be solved without flip-flops. Fond memories of the main campaign, right?
  103.  
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  109. Mkc+b41z7kxsxpyA/DC5/EnQXtbd9b2WA6QYOXTyTS70hAAgAA
  110.  
  111. ====
  112.  
  113. Uranium Oxide Reduction (1.5/3)
  114. (research)
  115.  
  116. Deal with three different uranium oxide inputs, using only bonders and quantum tunnels. If you're familiar with sorting molecules using input molecule shapes, bonders, grab/drops and such, then this exercise will be a piece of cake. If not, well, now's the time to learn.
  117.  
  118. Optimizing this one will probably come down to squeezing individual cycles/symbols out of the solution.
  119.  
  120. H4sIAOu85FAA/42QT2uEMBDFv8oyZ4Uk7cGaa49dhFJPpYdUxzUQE8kfWCv2szfqbrHuHnoJ5M
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  125. wCAAA=
  126.  
  127. ====
  128.  
  129. A Small Push (1.5/3)
  130. (research)
  131.  
  132. A relatively straightforward decomposition of a large organic molecule into two smaller copies (and some hydrogen). The procedure is pretty straightforward, so it's OK if you only have two bonders to do it with, right?
  133.  
  134. H4sIAHa7clEA/2WPT2vDMAzFv0rRaYMErLSUEp+2MMhh0MGOYwevUZqAawf/OWQl/eyTk210HQ
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  139. xd+hSeaWRnYtT0bdvzqmGEUkxfpQIxEAQCAAA=
  140.  
  141. ====
  142.  
  143. Pushed Together (1.5/3)
  144. (research)
  145.  
  146. The companion assignment to A Small Push. Now that we've created our small organic pieces of ethenone (ketene), we can dimerize them together into diketene. After that, in SpaceChem 2.0, there will be an assignment that has two diketene inputs and asks them to be combined into tetraacetic acid or something silly like that. But I'm getting ahead of myself.
  147.  
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  153. G/t+eLJsUuc+GVRh5OLO37tu35yeIItTz/AFvZvocnAgAA
  154.  
  155. ====
  156.  
  157. Easier Done Than Said (1.5/3)
  158. (research)
  159.  
  160. Chlorodiphenylphosphine isn't hard to pronounce, and it isn't hard to combine two benzene rings and two phosphorous atoms into a large molecule. Right? After all, there's only twenty-six atoms here.
  161.  
  162. H4sIAGS9clEA/3WRPWvDMBCG/0rQ1EIMOsVWwd6aFjp0CLRb6aAm59qgSEaSByckv713cgopoY
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  169.  
  170. ====
  171.  
  172. Garlic Breath (1.5/3)
  173. (research)
  174.  
  175. One of our research facilities is currently working with some odorless and highly toxic gases, so in the name of safety we have decided to add some allyl methyl sulfide into each of the pressurized tanks. The strong garlic odor should assist in early recognition of gas leaks and could potentially save precious cycles and/or lives.
  176.  
  177. H4sIAHC9clEA/3WQPW/DIBCG/0p1c5A4nFiV2RpV7dBOHqsO1DnXlghYfAyulfz2As6QpKqQTv
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  182. V4ozlFU0KHse/H9APDDA0//QKqbo1SEQIAAA==
  183.  
  184. ====
  185.  
  186. Cruel Benzene (1.5/3)
  187. (research)
  188.  
  189. Today we need to synthesize some benzene rings. Unfortunately, we discovered a design flaw in our methylene supply reactors that allows some hydrogen gas to contaminate the supply. Worse, our on-site recycler is closed for maintenance. Our only option that fills our benzene ring quota on time is to work with our contaminated input using our nuclear reactor.
  190.  
  191. Don't worry about leaving garbage inside the reactor, either - we can clean it out later if necessary. It's more important that we get the rings finished before the deadline.
  192.  
  193. H4sIAJK/clEA/2WQvW6EMBCEXyXaGqS1L3IBXWiuSJ4gSkFgOZB8NvJPwSHu2bM2KMklzWj9aW
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  198. PdAQAA
  199.  
  200. ====
  201.  
  202. Tetrazene Isomers (2/3)
  203. (production)
  204.  
  205. A production level about producing three different isomers of tetrazene, an explosive compound.
  206.  
  207. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrazene>
  208.  
  209. Unfortunately, all we have available are assembly and disassembly reactors, so the job might be a bit difficult. Good luck - any solution is a good solution!
  210.  
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  218.  
  219. ====
  220.  
  221. Cyanide Reassembly (2/3)
  222. (production)
  223.  
  224. This is a level in the spirit of the Flidais assignments. The following reactor layout is mandated, which places an assembly reactor on the left and a disassembly reactor on the right, which feeds back into the assembly reactor using a pipeline loop. (If you use any other layout, it doesn't count as a solution.)
  225.  
  226. http://imgur.com/6pO6G0i
  227.  
  228. Since you have to use the pipeline loop at least once, you'll need to balance taking in new inputs and reassembling inputs into the final product. Good luck, and happy optimizing!
  229.  
  230. H4sIAAG95FAA/22RPW/DIBCG/4p1sy0dWE0lM1VZMlRR1bXqcDHnBskGi48qTuT+9uI0apu0Aw
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  236.  
  237. ====
  238.  
  239. Unnatural Gas (2/3)
  240. (production)
  241.  
  242. Our client has requested we synthesize several liters of methyl azide, since they theorize it could be a less toxic alternative to sodium azide and lead azide. We can fill this order by combining various hydrocarbons with nitrogen gas, but we believe that our nuclear reactors may make this process more efficient than just throwing away excess hydrogen and carbon.
  243.  
  244. H4sIALK/clEA/32QwWrDMAyGX2X4nIDtlBaS0xhjO2y97TR2UBNlMSR2sOXRtLTPPiVNR9uNER
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  250. BYfWEDKqTF0bXiRxRnn4BnGnRAejAgAA
  251.  
  252. ====
  253.  
  254. Recycled Brick Acid (2/3)
  255. (production)
  256.  
  257. As a proof of concept, we want to create common acids out of recycled bricks (from demolished buildings). These acids can then be used to clean the bricks of our old historic brick buildings that we actually want to preserve. The marketing department says they think they can sway some clients from SFCM to SpaceChem if we can put on a demonstration.
  258.  
  259. All our hydrogen reserves are currently occupied with other assignments, though, so you will need to create your hydrogen on-site.
  260.  
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  265. RNHrJ86152AbDtZKqYWSdRc1SlV9lHVLNZ0SUshrt1sH9crhC2aXFuH+Gqyts1X6bpaHmZqQAn
  266. SbFYx4XCeHJsfEvR9X8ILTesqYmATdgH5yFwynyY3P/nQHWprexNH+wGCchS6n8gcLxXiH6Raa
  267. ysGl5xjsK6/kzInJ/8B8OtSWhxRtMZli4EoBx4p9unBt8z6R+b48D19iyS+R5+GDO3nKjiFLw0
  268. C8rsxRxfwbmoXoCcgCAAA=
  269.  
  270. ====
  271.  
  272. Chlorine Bath (2/3)
  273. (research)
  274.  
  275. It's time to perform chlorination and produce some 1,2 dichloroethane (not 1,1 dichloroethane!). Unfortunately, our reactor quota is pretty strict - 1 reactor. So the single reactor must both sort three different hydrocarbons and process all of them into 1,2 dichloroethane.
  276.  
  277. H4sIAHfEclEA/3WRTW7CMBCFr4JmnUi2QVAlu9JKLNoTVF24YUIiGTvyzyJFcPZOnBQMEYpkKc
  278. 8z38x7PkGru+DzX6PRQXECNhxRo9+vExyNwioohAI+0TdSY7ndXdiqZJxzVnJGX8n5mtMpOGOl
  279. IJlBBpUJ2kOxPmd3kPeJcWGCMOvnmKiIqIioLO/Byzm4V3hDr25QMYOyCZrivs8Z8Ofut40yth
  280. 34igYQlm94dLtJMVwQh0Am+HmsCY1nYvHWVgPT4F0kq5F/zWXzEEyMYYpEjNcxpWQH9u8kGbjr
  281. 99YcUJe7aXs+eyrqo8ZGulxJe8B89ABFLZXDDH6M3qPNp+KXsdKhdsZC4W3AUamDQ3ttijWdar
  282. 1/ED0q7IxNZd93w6YWHUpbNbSYlsc0+sWr9IMsg2+GofCBPaGRpH1b1y1Z9T0U7PwHHCbsxtYC
  283. AAA=
  284.  
  285. ====
  286.  
  287. (NEW!) Supernitrous (3/3)
  288. (research)
  289.  
  290. It's time to decompose a mixture of nitrogen oxides into nitrogen and oxygen gas: we have nitric oxide, nitrous oxide, and pentazenium oxide (which I'm pretty sure doesn't exist). Anyway, you have everything you could possibly need to sort the inputs, so this should take no time at all.
  291.  
  292. H4sIAFfuJVIA/4WRzWrDMBCEX6Xs2YaV0+JgvUKJCz2WHlRnnQhsyegH4gT32buy+hOSQy8LGv
  293. abnUEX0GaKoTxbQx6aC2Aaq8bPtwuMdqAuDgQN7HRwuntoT3pPctdKIeoKZSW2iFBAZ6MJ0Dwu
  294. xR1ko/+hPrFqJYp6gwkX/+IvZII6k9Fx/LN44ttYo5CIKUEyEtlIiqrmiRXr16bvy1KAjeG+6t
  295. Wt9jQfyMiWM7Ln9r6bQHYRN9RaMHG7zKVqlahvOAaPypeDcgcqcxBoejV4KuDDmj258nt5mzc9
  296. GW8dNMFFykofPblfaN2ZBh3CjRhooMm6Vc5wmKcU1JEn5boj5zJqTMprnMiZ/EGsqhiO6SQ808
  297. zGxNJe973momGGBpcvrwuqnS0CAAA=
  298.  
  299. ====
  300.  
  301. (NEW!) Radioactive Salts (3/3)
  302. (production)
  303.  
  304. Here's a fusion challenge where your job is to make two theoretical salts out of plutonium and a mixture of hydrocarbons. The necessary molecular masses might be a little awkward, but since there's only two products it should be possible to get everything worked out.
  305.  
  306. (NEW!) Note from September 3rd: This puzzle has been edited a bit according to some comments from Lanky; this should be a more fun puzzle to solve and/or optimize now.
  307.  
  308. H4sIAK3/JVIA/3WS0WvbMBDG/5VwTxs4IKnFzeynUVr6MLKy7m3s4SpdiECWgnwq9ULyt/eUja
  309. 4OLYbD+vnuu+8T3kPG6NKw9HFXePknRRqh24Oq5cTk+GsPQwpkSyDo4Ia3U6BI/fVRmbujuuy1
  310. kqfXujVSjVaqNydidFtrJdCATSUydO2hmcl9tcQzPfNf70J9pPH7cGhg45/JnTvXonkfCqfoy9
  311. DfF9H5cinD0p8Kn7fOrNxSHmRosfackam/Hdbfj+pCPMh2SaX1lRZfalXdmZUQpVf6jS+tZIs5
  312. U301s/iZvZ0wekfi69P1+nMV1+qqxlQ1ptL1XYJrIaatK83pa42gZ3tkEVPO6CN0poEBn5eZ0H
  313. LKEq1tYIvjcmTM0gTdBsNIfxmOIw2PYZpB58d3ObonjJYcdJzLPxaLDYT5LRrLjvJjio5mOJOd
  314. pPeV8bSr97HLyRXLPkUJFHGo7Ac6n8S9f6LFAwb56RrAwtskw/CNpuCZBDm/2Xi5Vhab6vACdR
  315. fJAbwCAAA=
  316.  
  317. ====
  318.  
  319. Enjoy, and let me know what your solutions were (or what you think of the puzzle design).
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