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Element
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Transparency

No

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

?

Tool

?

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

Drops

None

Data values

?

Name
Unknown
element_0
All others
element_Z, where Z is atomic number (e.g. Hydrogen = element_1)

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

Obtaining[edit]

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.

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
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Alkali metal

Alkaline earth metal

Transition metal

Post transition metal

Lanthanide

Actinide

Metalloid

Other non-metal

Halogen

Noble gas
Atomic symbol Element Particles

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Noble gases[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Helium 2 2 1 4
2 2 2

Neon 10 10 10 20
10 10 11
10 10 12

Argon 18 18 18 40
18 18 20
18 18 22

Krypton 36 36 42 84
36 36 44
36 36 46
36 36 47
36 36 48
36 36 50

Xenon 54 54 70 131
54 54 72
54 54 74
54 54 75
54 54 76
54 54 77
54 54 78
54 54 80
54 54 82

Radon 86 86 125 222
86 86 134
86 86 136

Oganesson 118 118 176 294

Halogens[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Fluorine 9 9 9 19
9 9 10

Chlorine 17 17 18 35
17 17 20

Bromine 35 35 44 80
35 35 45
35 35 46

Iodine 53 53 70 127
53 53 72
53 53 74
53 53 76
53 53 78

Astatine 85 85 125 210
85 85 126

Tennessine 117 117 177 294

Other non-metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Hydrogen 1 1 0 1
1 1 1
1 1 2

Carbon 6 6 5 12
6 6 6
6 6 7
6 6 8

Nitrogen 7 7 7 14
7 7 8

Oxygen 8 8 8 16
8 8 9
8 8 10

Phosphorus 15 15 16 31
15 15 17

Sulfur 16 16 16 32
16 16 17
16 16 18
16 16 19
16 16 20

Selenium 34 34 40 79
34 34 41
34 34 42
34 34 43
34 34 44
34 34 45
34 34 46
34 34 48

Alkali metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Lithium 3 3 3 7
3 3 4

Sodium 11 11 11 23
11 11 12
11 11 13

Potassium 19 19 20 39
19 19 21
19 19 22
19 19 23
19 19 24

Rubidium 37 37 48 85
37 37 49
37 37 50

Cesium 55 55 74 133
55 55 78
55 55 79
55 55 81
55 55 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
12 12 13
12 12 14

Calcium 20 20 20 40
20 20 22
20 20 23
20 20 24
20 20 25
20 20 26
20 20 27
20 20 28

Strontium 38 38 46 88
38 38 47
38 38 48
38 38 49
38 38 50
38 38 51
38 38 52

Barium 56 56 74 137
56 56 76
56 56 77
56 56 78
56 56 79
56 56 80
56 56 81
56 56 82
56 56 84

Radium 88 88 135 226
88 88 136
88 88 138
88 88 140

Metalloids[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Boron 5 5 5 11
5 5 6

Silicon 14 14 14 28
14 14 15
14 14 16

Germanium 32 32 36 73
32 32 38
32 32 40
32 32 41
32 32 42
32 32 44

Arsenic 33 33 42 75

Antimony 51 51 70 122
51 51 72

Tellurium 52 52 68 128
52 52 70
52 52 71
52 52 72
52 52 73
52 52 74
52 52 76
52 52 78

Polonium 84 84 125 209
84 84 126

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
22 22 25
22 22 26
22 22 27
22 22 28

Vanadium 23 23 27 51
23 23 28

Chromium 24 24 26 52
24 24 27
24 24 28
24 24 29
24 24 30

Manganese 25 25 29 55
25 25 30

Iron 26 26 26 56
26 26 28
26 26 29
26 26 30
26 26 31
26 26 32
26 26 33

Cobalt 27 27 30 59
27 27 31
27 27 32
27 27 33

Nickel 28 28 30 59
28 28 31
28 28 32
28 28 33
28 28 34
28 28 35
28 28 36

Copper 29 29 34 64
29 29 35
29 29 36

Zinc 30 30 34 65
30 30 35
30 30 36
30 30 37
30 30 38
30 30 40

Yttrium 39 39 50 89

Zirconium 40 40 50 91
40 40 51
40 40 52
40 40 54
40 40 56

Niobium 41 41 52 93

Molybdenum 42 42 50 96
42 42 52
42 42 53
42 42 54
42 42 55
42 42 56
42 42 57
42 42 58

Technetium 43 43 54 98
43 43 55
43 43 56

Ruthenium 44 44 52 101
44 44 54
44 44 55
44 44 56
44 44 57
44 44 58
44 44 60
44 44 62

Rhodium 45 45 58 103

Palladium 46 46 56 106
46 46 58
46 46 59
46 46 60
46 46 62
46 46 64

Silver 47 47 60 108
47 47 62

Cadmium 48 48 58 112
48 48 60
48 48 62
48 48 63
48 48 64
48 48 65
48 48 66
48 48 68

Period 6 and 7 transition metals[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Hafnium 72 72 102 178
72 72 104
72 72 105
72 72 106
72 72 107
72 72 108

Tantalum 73 73 107 181
73 73 108

Tungsten 74 74 106 184
74 74 108
74 74 109
74 74 110
74 74 112

Rhenium 75 75 110 186
75 75 112

Osmium 76 76 108 190
76 76 110
76 76 111
76 76 112
76 76 113
76 76 114
76 76 116

Iridium 77 77 114 192
77 77 116

Platinum 78 78 112 195
78 78 114
78 78 116
78 78 117
78 78 118
78 78 120

Gold 79 79 118 197
79 79 119

Mercury 80 80 116 201
80 80 117
80 80 118
80 80 119
80 80 120
80 80 121
80 80 122
80 80 123
80 80 124

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
31 31 37
31 31 38
31 31 39
31 31 40

Indium 49 49 62 115
49 49 64
49 49 66

Tin 50 50 62 119
50 50 63
50 50 64
50 50 65
50 50 66
50 50 67
50 50 68
50 50 69
50 50 70
50 50 72
50 50 74

Thallium 81 81 120 204
81 81 122
81 81 124

Lead 82 82 122 207
82 82 124
82 82 125
82 82 126
82 82 128

Bismuth 83 83 124 209
83 83 126

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
57 57 82

Cerium 58 58 78 140
58 58 80
58 58 82
58 58 83
58 58 84
58 58 86

Praseodymium 59 59 82 141

Neodymium 60 60 82 144
60 60 83
60 60 84
60 60 85
60 60 86
60 60 88
60 60 90

Promethium 61 61 83 145
61 61 84

Samarium 62 62 82 150
62 62 85
62 62 86
62 62 87
62 62 88
62 62 90
62 62 92

Europium 63 63 88 152
63 63 90

Gadolinium 64 64 88 157
64 64 90
64 64 91
64 64 92
64 64 93
64 64 94
64 64 96

Terbium 65 65 94 159

Dysprosium 66 66 90 163
66 66 92
66 66 94
66 66 95
66 66 96
66 66 97
66 66 98

Holmium 67 67 98 165

Erbium 68 68 94 167
68 68 96
68 68 98
68 68 99
68 68 100
68 68 102

Thulium 69 69 100 169

Ytterbium 70 70 98 173
70 70 99
70 70 100
70 70 101
70 70 102
70 70 103
70 70 104
70 70 106

Lutetium 71 71 104 175
71 71 105

Actinides[edit]

Atomic Symbol Element Protons Electrons Neutrons Atomic weight

Actinium 89 89 138 227

Thorium 90 90 138 232
90 90 140
90 90 142

Protactinium 91 91 140 231

Uranium 92 92 141 238
92 92 142
92 92 143
92 92 144
92 92 146

Neptunium 93 93 144 237
93 93 146

Plutonium 94 94 144 244
94 94 145
94 94 146
94 94 147
94 94 148
94 94 150

Americium 95 95 146 243
95 95 148

Curium 96 96 147 247
96 96 148
96 96 149
96 96 150
96 96 151
96 96 152

Berkelium 97 97 150 247
97 97 152

Californium 98 98 151 251
98 98 152
98 98 153
98 98 154

Einsteinium 99 99 153 252

Fermium 100 100 157 257

Mendelevium 101 101 155 258
101 101 157

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
(Bedrock Edition 1.2.20)
Latex +
Matching Dye +
Helium +
Lead









































[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Sparkler
(Bedrock Edition 1.2.20)
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
(Bedrock Edition 1.2.20)
Sodium +
TNT











[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Underwater Torch
(Bedrock Edition 1.2.20)
Magnesium +
Torch











[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

History[edit]

Education Edition
1.0.27 Added Elements.
Bedrock Edition
1.2.20 build 1 Added Elements.

See also[edit]

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