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|Calcium Chloride: Orange|
Cerium Chloride: Blue
Mercuric Chloride: Red
Potassium Chloride: Purple
Tungsten Chloride: Green
[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Using a sparkler ignites it, causing its texture to change. When lit, the sparkler emits colored particles; the durability meter depletes while the sparkler is burning. Sparklers are one of the few items that can be held in the off-hand in Bedrock Edition. Unlit sparklers have normal lighting like a torch, while lit sparklers appear to glow when held in the player's hand, similarly to glow sticks.
When the player uses another item while a sparkler is lit, the sparkler's durability stops depleting.
|Name||Namespaced ID||Numeric ID||Translation key|
|1.4.0||beta 220.127.116.11||Added sparklers.|
- The formula for sparkler roughly works in real life. Magnesium itself burns white in air, while the metal salts add color to the flame.