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Element
Unknown Element.png
Transparent

No

Luminance

0

Blast resistance

?

Tool

Any tool

Renewable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

Unspecified

Catches fire from lava

Probably not

Drops

Itself

Data values

?

Namespaced ID

See § Data values

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This feature is exclusive to Bedrock Edition and Education Edition.
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This page describes an education-related feature.
This feature is only available in Education Edition or when the "Education Edition" option in Bedrock Edition is enabled.

Elements and isotopes are blocks which serve as an essential part of chemistry in Minecraft.

Obtaining[edit]

An element can be broken instantly with any item, always dropping itself.

Elements and isotopes are primarily obtained by constructing them in the element constructor. This is done by moving the sliders or typing in numbers into the text inputs. The large display will show the selected numbers of particles arranged in an atomic structure, whether valid or not. If the atomic structure is a stable isotope, it can be taken out of the slot on the right side. A list of stable isotopes can be found below.

Several elements can also be obtained from a material reducer, which breaks down blocks into their component elements by percentage. This is the only way of obtaining the Unknown element; a mysterious element found in certain Minecraft blocks, such as soul sand and netherrack.

Because the element constructor and material reducer cannot be obtained in Survival without commands, and the world must have “Education Edition” enabled, the same is true for elements. In Bedrock Edition, the “Education Edition” option also allows elements to be obtained directly via commands or Creative inventory.

List of elements and isotopes[edit]

Periodic Table of the Elements
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
1
2
3
4
5
6 *
7 *
*
?
*
*
*
Alkali metal Alkaline earth metal Transition metal Post transition metal
Lanthanide Actinide Metalloid Other non-metal Halogen Noble gas
Atomic symbol Element Particles
??? The atomic structure of the unknown element cannot be observed in the element constructor.

Noble gases[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Helium 2 2 1 4
2
Neon 10 10 10 20
11
12
Argon 18 18 18 40
20
22
Krypton 36 36 42 84
44
46
47
48
50
Xenon 54 54 70 131
72
74
75
76
77
78
80
82
Radon 86 86 125 222
134
136
Oganesson 118 118 176 294

Halogens[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Fluorine 9 9 9 18
10 19
Chlorine 17 17 18 35
20
Bromine 35 35 44 80
45
46
Iodine 53 53 70 127
72
74
76
78
Astatine 85 85 125 210
126
Tennessine 117 117 177 294

Other non-metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Hydrogen 1 1 0 1
1
2
Carbon 6 6 5 12
6
7
8
Nitrogen 7 7 7 14
8
Oxygen 8 8 8 16
9
10
Phosphorus 15 15 16 31
17
Sulfur 16 16 16 32
17
18
19
20
Selenium 34 34 40 79
41
42
43
44
45
46
48

Alkali metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Lithium 3 3 3 7
4
Sodium 11 11 11 23
12
13
Potassium 19 19 20 39
21
22
23
24
Rubidium 37 37 48 85
49
50
Cesium 55 55 74 133
78
79
81
82
Francium 87 87 136 223

Alkaline earth metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Beryllium 4 4 5 9
Magnesium 12 12 12 24
13
14
Calcium 20 20 20 40
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Strontium 38 38 46 88
47
48
49
50
51
52
Barium 56 56 74 137
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
84
Radium 88 88 135 226
136
138
140

Metalloids[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Boron 5 5 5 11
6
Silicon 14 14 14 28
15
16
Germanium 32 32 36 73
38
40
41
42
44
Arsenic 33 33 42 75
Antimony 51 51 70 122
72
Tellurium 52 52 68 128
70
71
72
73
74
76
78
Polonium 84 84 125 209
126

Transition metals[edit]

Period 4 and 5 transition metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Scandium 21 21 24 45
Titanium 22 22 24 48
25
26
27
28
Vanadium 23 23 27 51
28
Chromium 24 24 26 52
27
28
29
30
Manganese 25 25 29 55
30
Iron 26 26 26 56
28
29
30
31
32
33
Cobalt 27 27 30 59
31
32
33
Nickel 28 28 30 59
31
32
33
34
35
36
Copper 29 29 34 64
35
36
Zinc 30 30 34 65
35
36
37
38
40
Yttrium 39 39 50 89
Zirconium 40 40 50 91
51
52
54
56
Niobium 41 41 52 93
Molybdenum 42 42 50 96
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
Technetium 43 43 54 98
55
56
Ruthenium 44 44 52 101
54
55
56
57
58
60
62
Rhodium 45 45 58 103
Palladium 46 46 56 106
58
59
60
62
64
Silver 47 47 60 108
62
Cadmium 48 48 58 112
60
62
63
64
65
66
68

Period 6 and 7 transition metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Hafnium 72 72 102 178
104
105
106
107
108
Tantalum 73 73 107 181
108
Tungsten 74 74 106 184
108
109
110
112
Rhenium 75 75 110 186
112
Osmium 76 76 108 190
110
111
112
113
114
116
Iridium 77 77 114 192
116
Platinum 78 78 112 195
114
116
117
118
120
Gold 79 79 118 197
119
Mercury 80 80 116 201
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
Rutherfordium 104 104 163 267
Dubnium 105 105 163 268
Seaborgium 106 106 163 269
Bohrium 107 107 162 269
Hassium 108 108 161 269
Meitnerium 109 109 169 278
Darmstadtium 110 110 171 281
Roentgenium 111 111 171 282
Copernicium 112 112 173 285

Post transition metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Aluminum 13 13 14 27
Gallium 31 31 36 70
37
38
39
40
Indium 49 49 62 115
64
66
Tin 50 50 62 119
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
72
74
Thallium 81 81 120 204
122
124
Lead 82 82 122 207
124
125
126
128
Bismuth 83 83 124 209
126
Nihonium 113 113 173 286
Flerovium 114 114 175 289
Moscovium 115 115 175 290
Livermorium 116 116 177 293

Lanthanides[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Lanthanum 57 57 81 139
82
Cerium 58 58 78 140
80
82
83
84
86
Praseodymium 59 59 82 141
Neodymium 60 60 82 144
83
84
85
86
88
90
Promethium 61 61 83 145
84
Samarium 62 62 82 150
85
86
87
88
90
92
Europium 63 63 88 152
90
Gadolinium 64 64 88 157
90
91
92
93
94
96
Terbium 65 65 94 159
Dysprosium 66 66 90 163
92
94
95
96
97
98
Holmium 67 67 98 165
Erbium 68 68 94 167
96
98
99
100
102
Thulium 69 69 100 169
Ytterbium 70 70 98 173
99
100
101
102
103
104
106
Lutetium 71 71 104 175
105

Actinides[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight
Actinium 89 89 138 227
Thorium 90 90 138 232
140
142
Protactinium 91 91 140 231
Uranium 92 92 141 238
142
143
144
146
Neptunium 93 93 144 237
146
Plutonium 94 94 144 244
145
146
147
148
150
Americium 95 95 146 243
148
Curium 96 96 147 247
148
149
150
151
152
Berkelium 97 97 150 247
152
Californium 98 98 151 251
152
153
154
Einsteinium 99 99 153 252
Fermium 100 100 157 257
Mendelevium 101 101 155 258
157
Nobelium 102 102 157 259
Lawrencium 103 103 159 262

Usage[edit]

Elements can be placed as decorative blocks, or used as ingredients in crafting, brewing, or lab table experiments. They can also be combined into compounds using the compound creator; see the compound page for a full list of available combinations.

Crafting ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Balloon Latex +
Matching Dye +
Helium +
Lead

[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Sparkler Chloride +
Magnesium +
Stick

Calcium Chloride: Orange
Cerium Chloride: Blue
Mercuric Chloride: Red
Potassium Chloride: Purple
Tungsten Chloride: Green
[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Underwater TNT Sodium +
TNT

[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Underwater Torch Magnesium +
Torch

[Bedrock and Education editions only]
White Balloon or
Blue Balloon or
Brown Balloon or
Black Balloon
Latex +
Bone Meal or
Lapis Lazuli or
Cocoa Beans or
Ink Sac +
Helium +
Lead

[Bedrock and Education editions only]

Brewing ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Brewing recipe
Antidote Silver +
Awkward Potion



Elixir Cobalt +
Awkward Potion



Eye Drops Calcium +
Awkward Potion



Tonic Bismuth +
Awkward Potion



Lab table ingredient[edit]

Result Materials Needed
Heat Block
Heat Block
Iron, Water, Charcoal, Salt

Super Fertilizer
Ammonia, Phosphorus

Data values[edit]

ID[edit]

Block Namespaced ID Numeric ID
 ??? (Unknown Element) element_0 36
Hydrogen element_1 267
Helium element_2 268
Lithium element_3 269
Beryllium element_4 270
Boron element_5 271
Carbon element_6 272
Nitrogen element_7 273
Oxygen element_8 274
Fluorine element_9 275
Neon element_10 276
Sodium element_11 277
Magnesium element_12 278
Aluminun element_13 279
Silicon element_14 280
Phosphorus element_15 281
Sulfur element_16 282
Chlorine element_17 283
Argon element_18 284
Potassium element_19 285
Calcium element_20 286
Scandium element_21 287
Titanium element_22 288
Vanadium element_23 289
Chromium element_24 290
Manganese element_25 291
Iron element_26 293
Cobalt element_27 294
Nickel element_28 295
Copper element_29 296
Zinc element_30 297
Gallium element_31 298
Germanium element_32 299
Arsenic element_33 300
Selenium element_34 301
Bromine element_35 302
Krypton element_36 303
Rubidium element_37 304
Strontium element_38 305
Yttrium element_39 306
Zirconium element_40 307
Niobium element_41 308
Molybdenum element_42 309
Technetium element_43 310
Ruthenium element_44 311
Rhodium element_45 312
Palladium element_46 313
Silver element_47 314
Cadmium element_48 315
Indium element_49 316
Tin element_50 317
Antimony element_51 318
Tellirium element_52 319
Iodine element_53 320
Xenon element_54 321
Cesium element_55 322
Barium element_56 323
Lanthanum element_57 324
Cerium element_58 325
Praseodymium element_59 326
Neodymium element_60 327
Promethium element_61 328
Samarium element_62 329
Europium element_63 330
Gadolinium element_64 331
Terbium element_65 332
Dysprosium element_66 333
Holmium element_67 334
Erbium element_68 335
Thulium element_69 336
Ytterbium element_70 337
Lutetium element_71 338
Hafnium element_72 339
Tantalum element_73 340
Tungsten element_74 341
Rhenium element_75 342
Osmium element_76 343
Iridium element_77 344
Platinum element_78 345
Gold element_79 346
Mercury element_80 347
Thallium element_81 348
Lead element_82 349
Bismuth element_83 350
Polonium element_84 351
Astatine element_85 352
Radon element_86 353
Francium element_87 354
Radium element_88 355
Actinium element_89 356
Thorium element_90 357
Protactinium element_91 358
Uranium element_92 359
Neptunium element_93 360
Plutonium element_94 361
Americium element_95 362
Curium element_96 363
Berkelium element_97 364
Californium element_98 365
Einsteinium element_99 366
Fermium element_100 367
Mendelevium element_101 368
Nobelium element_102 369
Lawrencium element_103 370
Rutherfordium element_104 371
Dubnium element_105 372
Seaborgium element_106 373
bohrium element_107 374
Hassium element_108 375
Meitnerium element_109 376
Darmstadtium element_110 377
Roentgenium element_111 378
Copernicium element_112 379
Nihonium element_113 379
Flerovium element_114 380
Moscovium element_115 381
Livermorium element_116 382
Tennessine element_117 383
Oganesson element_118 384

History[edit]

Education Edition
1.0.27Added elements.
Bedrock Edition
1.4.0beta 1.2.20.1Added elements.

Issues[edit]

Issues relating to "Element" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit]

  • Element is the only block that by default uses a texture with a resolution greater than 16×16 (not counting animated blocks).
  • Many of the "stable" isotopes provided by the element constructor are radioactive in real life; for example, Technetium has no stable isotopes in real life, even though it has three stable isotopes in Minecraft.
  • If one block is considered to be equal to one meter cubed, and element blocks are considered to be composed of solely the element they are named after, then one block of osmium will have a mass of 22,590 kilograms, making it the heaviest real-world matter available in vanilla Minecraft. This is quite heavy.
    • Hassium, however, is predicted to have a density almost twice that of osmium, with a block clocking in at 40700 kg, which is very heavy indeed.
  •  ??? is the only block or item with punctuation in the name.

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]