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| {{Inventory|{{Inventory/Slot|index=0|title=Beaker (Acetaldehyde)|image=Vessel_beaker.png|link=Beaker (Acetaldehyde)|amount=2}}{{Inventory/Slot|index=1|title=Cartridge (Oxygen)|image=Vessel_cartridge.png|link=Cartridge (Oxygen)|amount=2}}{{Inventory/Slot|index=8|title=Beaker (Peracetic Acid)|image=Vessel_beaker.png|link=Beaker (Peracetic Acid)|amount=2}}{{Inventory/Slot|index=5|title=Water Bucket|image=Bucket_water.png|link=http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Water%20Bucket}}{{Inventory/Slot|index=6|title=Water Bucket|image=Bucket_water.png|link=http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Water%20Bucket}}{{Inventory/Slot|index=7|title=Fuel|image=Fuel.png|link=List of Fuels}}|type=chemical-processor|shapeless=false}}
 
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Now return to the [link=https://polycraft.utdallas.edu/index.php?title=Parachute#Caprolactone|section above] to continue.
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Now return to the [[Parachute#Caprolactone|section above]] to continue.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 00:10, 6 December 2016

Description

A parachute lets the player fall at a slower velocity (0.3x) and land without taking any fall damage.

Properties

Name Value
VelocityDescent 0.3
Release Version 1.3.6

Recipes

Crafting Table

Outputs Components Recipe
  • Parachute Parachute
Shapeless
Ripstop Nylon Sheet
Fibers (Nylon 6)
Fibers (Nylon 6)
Fibers (Nylon 6)
Fibers (Nylon 6)
Parachute

Tutorial

To make a parachute, we'll need two main ingredients:

Ammonia

Caprolactone

Caprolactone is formed by processing Cyclohexanone and Peracetic Acid in a Chemical Processor. Follow the steps below to obtain each, then return here.

Now, process the 2 Beakers of Cyclohexanone and 2 Beakers of Peracetic Acid:

Outputs Components Recipe
Beaker (Cyclohexanone)
Beaker (Peracetic Acid)
Beaker (Caprolactone)
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Cyclohexanone

To make Cyclohexanone, we'll need

  • 2 Beakers of Benzene (obtained through the successive distillation of Crude Oil into BTX, and then BTX into Benzene)
  • 6 Cartridges of Hydrogen
  • 8 Platinum Catalysts
  • 2 Cartridges of Oxygen
  • 8 Cobalt Catalysts

To start, process the Benzene and Hydrogen with the Platinum Catalysts in the Chemical Processor to make Cylcohexane:

Outputs Components Recipe
Platinum Catalyst
8
Beaker (Benzene)
2
Flask (Hydrogen)
6
Beaker (Cyclohexane)
2
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Then process the resulting Cyclohexane with the Oxygen and Cobalt Catalysts to form Cyclohexanone:

Outputs Components Recipe
Cobalt Catalyst
8
Beaker (Cyclohexane)
2
Cartridge (Oxygen)
2
Beaker (Cyclohexanol)
Beaker (Cyclohexanone)
2
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Peracetic Acid

To make 2 Beakers of Peracetic Acid, we'll need:

  • 4 Beakers of Acetylene (process 8 Cartridges of Methane in a Chemical Processor)
  • 4 Mercury Catalysts
  • 2 Cartridges of Oxygen

First, process the Acetylene with the Mercury Catalysts:

Outputs Components Recipe
Beaker (Acetylene)
4
Mercury Catalyst
4
Beaker (Acetaldehyde)
4
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel


Then, process half (2 Beakers) of the resulting Acetaldehyde with the 2 Cartridges of Oxygen:

Outputs Components Recipe
Beaker (Acetaldehyde)
2
Cartridge (Oxygen)
2
Beaker (Peracetic Acid)
2
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Now return to the section above to continue.

History

Gallery

Parachute.png

References