Depleted Isotope Cell
Depleted Isotope Cells are created by combining a Near-Depleted Uranium Cell with Coal Dust. The Depleted Isotope Cell can then be enriched in a Nuclear Reactor to create a Re-Enriched Uranium Cell. Depleted Isotope Cells are enriched by placing them adjacent to one or more Uranium Cells. This will cause the Uranium Cells to pulse an additional time. This pulse will recharge the isotope cell, producing heat but no EU.
When placed in a Nuclear Reactor, the speed at which the Depleted Isotope Cell will be enriched depends on the temperature of the Nuclear Reactor. A hotter reactor will enrich Depleted Isotope Cells faster.