Element Constructor

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Element Constructor
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</noinclude> The Element Constructor is a block introduced in the Chemistry Update (1.0.27) of Minecraft: Education Edition and build 1.2.20.1 of Minecraft: Bedrock Edition. It is used to create different types of elements from the periodic table.

Usage[edit | edit source]

By using the element constructor, one can open up at interface with a large display and three adjustable sliders (one for neutrons, one for protons, and one for electrons) grouped with optional text inputs for each. Typing numbers in the text inputs or adjusting the sliders will show the number of particles on the large display.

Constructed elements and isotopes can be removed from the output slot to the right of the element display; the output slot can also take elements from the inventory to view the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons.

There are 118 elements and 400 isotopes available for construction.