Education Edition gives a concept of chemistry, and gives out new recipes. What are these recipes and how can I make them?

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All recipes are found here, but will be restated here.


Compounds Recipe
Aluminium Oxide Al2O3
Ammonia NH3
Barium Sulfate BaSO4
Benzene C6H6
Borium Trioxide B2O3
Calcium Bromide CaBr2
Crude Oil C9H20
Glue (Cyanoacrylate) C5H5NO2
Hydrogen Peroxide H2O2
Iron Sulfide FeS
Latex C5H8
Lithium Hydride LiH
Luminol C8H7N3O2
Lye NaOH
Magnesium Nitrate MgN2O6
Magnesium Oxide MgO
Polyethylene C10H20
Potassium Iodide KI
Soap C18H35NaO2
Sodium Acetate C2H3NaO2
Sodium Fluoride NaF
Sodium Hydride NaH
Sodium Hypochlorite NaClO
Sodium Oxide Na2O
Sulfate SO4
Chlorides Recipe
Calcium Chloride CaCl2
Cerium Chloride CeCl3
Mercuric Chloride HgCl2
Potassium Chloride KCl
Salt (Sodium Chloride) NaCl
Tungsten Chloride WCl6
Natural compounds Chemical formula
Charcoal C7H4O
Ink Sac FeSO4
Sugar C6H12O6
Water H2O

Craftable Items

Crafting ingredient Illustrated recipe Components
Balloon Balloon Recipe 1 Dye (of your choice), 6 Latex, 1 Lead, 1 Helium
Glow Stick Glow Stick Recipe 1 Dye (of your choice), 1 Hydrogen Peroxide, 1 Luminol, 1 Polyethylene
Hardened Glass Hardened Glass Recipe 3 Aluminium Oxide, 3 Boron Trioxide, 3 Glass

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