Minecraft Education Edition opens a whole new world of games to its users. It has so many new features compared to plain Minecraft that it’s a shame not everyone has experienced it. There are current events, social issues, coding and chemistry, one of the huge new areas to be explored Minecraft Education Edition.
The chemistry update for Minecraft Education Edition has brought a lot of new features to the game, such as elements, compounds, and more. Luminol is one of these compounds, and it is very useful for making players. Here’s how it’s done.
Making luminol in Minecraft Education Edition
Minecraft Education Edition is a completely separate game, but that doesn’t mean all of its features are just in that game. Bedrock users have the ability to turn educational aspects on and off in their world, so they can experience the chemistry and other things offered by the Education Edition.
Sorry for Java Edition players, that option does not apply to them.
Players can make luminol in Compound Creator, which is a crafting mechanic similar to the craft table added for the Education Edition. With a grid similar to a table for making, and for luminol, the ingredients can be placed in any order and will produce the desired result as long as they are in a given order.
The following ingredients are needed to make luminol:
- Eight carbons (marked with the number 6 and the letter “C”)
- Seven hydrogen (marked with the number 1 and the letter “H”)
- Three nitrogen (marked with the number 3 and the letter “N”)
- Two oxygen (marked with the number 8 and the letter “O”)
By putting all these elements, which can be found naturally in the world of Minecraft Education Edition, luminol will be created. One item for which luminol can be used Minecraft are shiny sticks because luminol is a glowing compound often used to detect blood at crime scenes.
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