@cid rain, scientifically known as LAWLium is a byproduct of areas that have been destroyed by an @-bomb or areas where there is a high amount of @-radiation. It has extremely corrosive properties, so much so that it can burn through your hand in a matter of milliseconds, and burn through a diamond in a little less than a second. It has been processed by SmarT Co. Inc. Industries as a demolition material and for warfare, along as a lubricant for baby carriages.

Causes Edit

@cid rain is usually caused by an @-bomb explosion, although areas of the Nongenderspecifichattan Project have experienced it, likely from the constant production of @-bombs for years in that area. The process in which @cid rain is created starts when there is too much @-radiation in the air. Being @-radiation, it settles into little particles of the element known as LAWLite that are too small to be pulled by gravity, but rather stay in the air. These particles then manage to get into rainwater during the process of condensation. The LAWLite changes the properties of the water dramatically, creating @cid rain.

Chemical Composition Edit

@cid rain has the chemical equation of $ @_5H_2O $, meaning it's mostly LAWLite. This has serious implications, as @cid rain ends up being 5 times more toxic than just pure LAWLite. The liquid is a reddish color from the @-radiation. Interestingly, the chemical has physical properties similar to mercury, leading to some serious accidents from persons who did not know any better. The only materials that can @cid rain does not burn through are LAWLite, Quantonium, Fictionium, and Swiss Cheese.

Use Edit

Despite the extreme toxicity of @cid rain, SmarT Co. Inc. Industries have found a variety of uses for the substance, and have able to recreate it synthetically. SmarT has found a use for it in the demolition business, and also for warfare, for paying customers and themselves. SmarT even was bold enough to put it out as a lubricant for baby carriages, though that product was recalled soon after it was released. It has also been used to destroy evidence and pickling a variety of things, though the latter suffered from being inefficient.