Minecraft: Education Edition is an educational version of Minecraft that is specifically designed for classroom use. It is being created by Mojang Studios and Xbox Game Studios. It contains the features which make Minecraft easy to use in a classroom setting.
Based on the research, the full game was released on November 1, 2016. There was a Beta test between June 9, 2016 and November 1, 2016. The Chemistry Update for Minecraft: Education Edition. It offers exciting new tools to explore the world of chemistry in Minecraft. The Chemistry Resource Pack offers you and your students to conduct experiments within Minecraft which simulate real world science. You are able to know the different crafting stations, new items in the Chemistry Resource Pack and how to craft products by combining compounds with Minecraft items to create the helium balloons, super fertilizer, glow sticks, bleach, underwater torches and more.
You are able to use the Element Constructor by right clicking on it, just like a regular crafting table. Make elements by moving the sliders to select the desired number of protons, electrons, and neutrons or you are able to type the numbers into the fields at the top. By using the Element Constructor, you will be able to make 118 elements and over 400 isotopes.
You are able to use the Compound Creator by right clicking on it, just like a regular crafting table. Make compounds by adding the appropriate type and number of elements to the grid. The compound you have made will appear in the output box on the right-hand side. For your information, the location of the elements on the grid will not affect the result. By using the Compound Creator, you are able to make over 30 different compounds.
You are able to use the Lab Table by right clicking on it, just like a regular crafting table. Make products by adding the appropriate type and number of elements or compounds to the grid. Once you are ready to conduct the experiment, easily you are able to click the ‘Combine’ button. If you have made a viable product, you are going to notice that the images at the top will animate to indicate that you have produced a gas, liquid or solid. However, the location of the materials on the grid does not affect the result. The product you have made will appear after clicking combine. If the materials you have combined did not make a viable product, the process will result in a ‘garbage’ item.
You are able to use the Material Reducer by right clicking on it, just like a regular crafting table. Once a block is placed in the box at the top of the Material Reducer, it is reduced to its component elements by percentage. For note: Some Minecraft blocks such as soul sand and nether rack contain mysterious elements yet to be discovered in the world and as such will be represented by a question mark block.