How to Get Sodium in Minecraft Education Edition: Explained

If you want to know how to get Sodium in Minecraft after the game’s recent update, you’re in the right place.  Minecraft Education Edition isn’t just about building worlds; it’s also about unleashing your inner scientist. With the addition of the Element Constructor, players can delve into the world of chemistry and create elements like Sodium right within the game.

From baking soda volcanos to balloons, almost everything comes back to the periodic table eventually. The periodic table’s 11th element can not only clean up messes, and create toxic chemicals, but also make meals tastier. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make Sodium, aka salt, in Education Edition.

Sodium in Minecraft
Image Source: Mojang Studios

How to Get Sodium in Minecraft Education Edition

Access the Element Constructor

  • In Survival mode, use in-game commands to obtain the Element Constructor.
  • In Creative mode, enable “Education Edition” in your World Settings and search for the Element Constructor in your inventory.

Set the Parameters

  • Interact with the Element Constructor interface.
  • Adjust the sliders for Protons, Electrons, and Neutrons:
    • Set Protons to 11.
    • Set Electrons to 11.
    • Set Neutrons to a range of 11-13.
Sodium in Minecraft
Image Source: Mojang Studios

Create Sodium

  • Once the sliders are set correctly, Sodium (symbolized by “Na”) will appear beside the circle, indicating successful creation.

Crafting with Sodium:

  • With Sodium in hand, you can craft various compounds and items:
    • Combine Sodium with TNT at a crafting table to create Underwater TNT.
    • Experiment with other compounds like NaCl (salt).

By mastering the Element Constructor, players can explore the depths of chemistry within Minecraft Education Edition. From explosive reactions to culinary creations, Sodium in Minecraft opens up a world of possibilities. So, gather your materials and dive into the fascinating realm of science within the Minecraft universe.

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