Lab Table

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Lab Table
Lab Table.png
Transparent

No

Luminance

0

Blast resistance

15

Tool

Renewable

No

Stackable

Yes(64)

Flammable

No

Drops

Itself

Name

See Data values

The lab table is a block used in chemistry, to design one's own experiments by combining substances and observing the results.

Obtaining[edit]

Block Lab Table
Hardness ?
Breaking time
Hand ?

Usage[edit]

Using the lab table opens a 1×9 grid, where elements and compounds can be inserted to perform experiments. The locations of the items in the grid do not affect the outcome. When ready to conduct an experiment, clicking the 'Combine' button will initiate the process.

If the result is a viable product, the top images will animate to indicate whether a liquid, gas or solid has been produced. Shortly after, the menu closes, and the successful product appears on the table. If the combined materials did not create a viable product, the process will result in a garbage item and one of few animations involving fire and/or explosions will occur. In Bedrock Edition, the table sometimes catches fire when garbage is made.

Successful recipes[edit]

Result Materials Needed

Bleach
Water x3, Sodium Hypochlorite x3
Heat Block
Heat Block
Iron, Water, Charcoal, Salt

Ice Bomb
Sodium Acetate x4

Super Fertilizer
Ammonia, Phosphorus

Data values[edit]

Lab table has the ID name minecraft:chemistry_table, which it shares with element constructor, compound creator and material reducer, differentiated by its "block state".

Block data[edit]

Bits Values

0x1
0x2

A two-bit field storing the block's facing:
0: north
1: east
2: south
3: west

0x4
0x8

A two-bit field storing the type of block:
0: Compound creator
1: Material reducer
2: Element constructor
3: Lab table

History[edit]

Education Edition
1.0.27 Lab Table was added.
Bedrock Edition
1.4 beta 1.2.20.1 Lab Table was added.
beta 1.2.20.2 Added Pocket UI screens.

Issues[edit]

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

Trivia[edit]

  • Even when two compounds that in real life won't react to each other, like water and salt, or multiple items of the same compound, be combined in the lab table, the fire and/or explosion effect will still appear, creating a garbage item.

Gallery[edit]