Where can I mine selenium?
Selenium is occasionally found in pure form. It occurs in the rare minerals clausthalite and crooksite. Despite the name, the mineral selenite actually contains no selenium. Some selenium is mined in Japan, Canada, United States and Belgium.
What is selenium used for elite dangerous?
Selenium, Se, atomic number 34. Melting point 494K. Its primary use is in alloys and in glass production. It is also used as a catalyst in some chemical processes.
Where is selenium found and how is it obtained?
Selenium is relatively rare but occurs in trace amounts in pyrites. Selenium is mostly extracted from the anode mud formed during the electrolytic refining of copper. Plants take up selenium from the soil and propagate it through the food chain. Selenium is found in water supplies as selenate and selenite.
What is the composition scanner elite dangerous?
The Short Range Composition Scanner is a module for SRVs and Ships that is part of the default equipment loadout. The module has no mass, does not occupy an Internal Compartment, and cannot be removed.
How do I use an SRV scanner?
When using it, first toggle into the Turret UI view, aim the turret at the data point/target and then initiate the scan. Alternatively, the scan may be initiated from the cockpit without entering turret mode, but it must be linked to a Fire Group in the right panel of the SRV HUD.
What is the most valuable material in elite dangerous?
The most sought-after minerals in missions are painite, osmium and platinum.
How do you get phosphorus elite?
- Surface Prospecting: Outcrop. Bronzite Chondrite. Mesosiderite. Metallic Meteorite.
- Asteroid Mining.
What can I trade for selenium?
Selenium is a rare grade 4 element in Elite Dangerous. Material traders allow trade with almost every other raw ‘element’ material. If you wish to trade something in for Selenium, you can do so with other grade 4(5) element material with a ratio of 6:1. Selenium is in Category 4, together with Tin, Zinc and Iron.