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Please remove this notice once you've added suitable images to the article. The specific instructions are: Add 3D renders for more compounds than just salt. Note that many compounds look the same, so be sure to avoid duplicates.
Compounds cannot be obtained in the creative inventory. They are only obtained by creating them in the compound creator. This is done by inserting a certain number of elements corresponding to the compound's chemical formula. Unlike most GUI blocks, the elements are not consumed.
List of compounds
|Crude Oil||920||C9H20 is the chemical formula for nonane.|
|Glue (Cyanoacrylate)||552||C5H5NO2 is the chemical formula for methyl cyanoacrylate, one of the molecules used as the main component of cyanoacrylate glues; its condensed formula is CH2=C(CN)COOCH3.|
|Latex||58||C5H8 is the chemical formula for isoprene, which polymers are the main components of natural rubber; its condensed formula is CH2=C(CH3)−CH=CH2|
|Magnesium Nitrate||26||Condensed formula: Mg(NO3)2|
|Polyethylene||1020||Condensed formula: (C2H4)5|
|Soap||18352||C18H35NaO2 is the chemical formula of sodium stearate, the most common soap.|
Natural compounds are compounds which can be obtained naturally in Minecraft.
|Icon||Compound||Chemical formula||Natural source||Method||Notes|
|Charcoal||74||Wood||Smelting||The chemical formula C7H4O is sometimes used to describe the approximate composition of charcoal.|
|Ink||4||Squids||Killing Squid||FeSO4 is the chemical formula of iron(II) sulfate or ferrous sulfate, normally found complexed with water as a salt with the formula FeSO4·xH2O, and has been used in the manufacture of iron gall ink and other inks for centuries.|
|Sugar||6126||Sugar Canes||Harvesting and crafting||C6H12O6 is the chemical formula of glucose and fructose, as well as a number of other simple sugars (common table sugar is instead sucrose, a complex sugar made of glucose and fructose with the chemical formula C12H22O11).|
|Water||2||Water||Picking up in a bucket or glass bottle||One of the easiest to obtain.|
Garbage is considered a "compound", but the only way to produce it is to activate the Lab Table when its inputs aren't a valid recipe. It has no uses.
|Calcium Chloride: Orange|
Cerium Chloride: Blue
Mercuric Chloride: Red
Potassium Chloride: Purple
Tungsten Chloride: Green
[Bedrock and Education editions only]
Lab table ingredient
|1.4.0||beta 22.214.171.124||Added compounds.|