I was looking at reaction blueprint today, this seems like a very complicated area. I just wanted to confirm that I have the process right.
Lets take the Scalar Capacitor Unit
To make that requires the following reprocessed materials
Titanium Carbide, Fullerides, Nanotransistors and Nonlinear Metamaterials
As an example let’s take one of those items, the Titanium Carbide.
To make Titanium Carbide, I need Titanium Carbide Reaction Formula and I also need some Reaction materials and some fuel blocks. To get the other items for the Scalar Capacitor Unit I would need the other respective Reaction Formula BPO and the reaction materials and fuel blocks to go with it.
This bit I get (assuming that it is right of course)
As I was clicking around I saw something called Titanium Chromide Reaction Formula. Where do this fit in the reaction tree, is this like a next level down, so if I have the Titanium Chromide Reaction Formula I can also make the Titanium Chromide, and likewise if I have the Silicon Diborite Reaction Formula I can make Silicon Diborite to then go on and make Titanium Carbide
In which case I need 3 reactions Formulas to make the Titanium Carbide, and if so, how can I work out if it is profitable rather than buy? Is there a program like Isk Per Hour but it deal with reactions down to that level? (or can IPH actually do that too)