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Old July 16th, 2011, 04:01 AM
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Default Atmospheres that don't mix

Here's a question for the chemists. Let's say planet A has an atmosphere, thick in some element in the atmosphere, but not to the extent that visitors can't handle a week or two and natives can get either acclimatized or modified to handle it.

Planet B has the same situation, only with a different chemical. Traveller from planet A gets a lungload from planet B and "Gah! Erk!" *die*

First question, can this happen after spending a week in jumpspace in Imperial Standard Atmosphere (whatever that is)? And what chemicals work for this? I'm thinking sulfur for A and iodine for B. Big heartburn there, but I'm not sure the chemistry works.
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