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This is a list of the inventions and discoveries obtained by Senku and the Kingdom of Science, as well as other factions. Types have been separated by color, with purple for chemicals and compounds, and blue for inventions and other constructed items.

For a list of the rediscovered plants and animals, see Flora, Fauna and Fungi.

For a list of the method diagrams, see Roadmap Diagrams.

Prologue

Inventions made by Senku before encountering Ishigami Village.

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Grass Skirt.png
Grass Skirt
  • Ivy wrapped around the waist for modesty.
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Stone Tools
  • Basic tools made using the process of knapping.
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Rope
  • The simplest form of rope using long twisted plant fibers.
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Bow Drill
  • Used for starting fires.
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Fire
  • A very important scientific tool.
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Traps
  • Used for snaring animals.
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Pottery
  • Used for storage.
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Leather Hide
  • Used for clothing.
  • Made from deer skin.
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Clothing
  • Used for keeping warm.
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Wicker Basket
  • Used for storage.
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Salt
(NaCl)
  • Used for flavoring and preserving food.
  • Made by evaporating sea water.
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Nitric Acid
(HNO3)
  • A highly corrosive mineral acid.[1]
  • Found in the Cave of Miracles as a byproduct of bat guano.
  • One of the main components used to make revival fluid.
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Wine
  • Wine made from crushing and fermenting red grapes for three weeks, stirring daily.
  • Used as the alcohol source for making revival fluid after distillation.
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Distillation Earthenware
  • Used for purifying and concentrating alcohol.
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Ethanol
(C2H6O)
  • A simple alcohol that is flammable and can be used as a disinfectant.
  • Distilled using the distillation earthenware to be used for making revival fluid.
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Revival Fluid
(HNO3+C2H6O)
  • Also known as miracle fluid and the stone formula.
  • Literally nital, an industrial-strength corrosive agent.
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Fur Clothing
  • Used for keeping slightly more warm.
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Calcium Carbonate
(CaCO3)
  • Made from crushed up seashells.
  • Used in agriculture for getting rid of hydrogen ions in the soil, making it less acidic.[2]
  • Used in making soap and mortar.
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Mortar
  • Used in construction as a predecessor to cement by heating it and mixing it with sand.
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Soap
  • Also known as dr. stone.
  • Used for cleaning and getting rid of bacteria.
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Sodium Carbonate
(Na2CO3)
  • Used in construction as a predecessor to cement by heating it and mixing it with sand.
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Crossbow
  • A ranged weapon similar to a bow that shoots arrows.
  • Used ineffectively by Senku against Tsukasa, who caught the arrow in mid air.
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Sextant
  • A device used for determining global position based on the time.
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Bronze
(Cu+Sn)
  • Found in the Buddha of Kamakura.
  • Used by Senku to improve his sextant's accuracy by making a mirror.
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Raft
  • A simple flotation device for traversing rivers.
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Sulfur
(S)
  • Chemical element with atomic number 16.
  • Can be found naturally in hot springs and volcanic areas.
  • Ingredient of black powder.
  • It becomes strongly electrostatically charged when rubbed with leather, allowing it to be used in a sulfur ball electrostatic generator.
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Potassium Nitrate
(KNO3)
  • Made using the nitric acid from the Cave of Miracles.
  • Used in gunpowder.
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Glucose
(C6H12O6)
  • A common sugar created by heating up alcohol, found in most plants.
  • Used to enhance the gunpowder.
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Gunpowder
(S+C+KNO3)
  • A chemical explosive.
  • Used to deter Tsukasa, signal Kohaku, later to make the pulleys used to rescue Kohaku, and in a fake gun to scare Hyoga and his troops away.
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First Contact

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Pulley
  • A device used to lessen the effective weight of an object through rope tension.
  • Used by Senku to lift a tree off of Kohaku, saving her.
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Makeshift Chassis
  • A motorless go-kart made by Senku out of the pulley parts.
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Soap Bubbles
  • Bubbles made by lathering soap and blowing through a closed hoop.
  • Used to bewilder the village guards.
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Electrostatic Generator
  • A friction-based generator of static electricity using a sulfur sphere and rubbing.
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Malachite (Cu2CO3(OH)2)
&
Chalcanthite (CuSO4·5H2O)
  • Malachite is a green, copper carbonate hydroxide mineral that was used as a green pigment for much of history.
  • Chalcanthite is a blue copper sulfate and can be used as a copper ore.
  • Both are found near copper deposits.
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Corundum
(Al2O3)
  • A crystalline form of aluminum oxide, very hard (a 9.0 on the Mohs scale if pure).
  • Tends to be used as an abrasive due to its hardness.
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Galena
(PbS)
  • The natural mineral form of lead(II) sulfide.
  • An important source of silver ore.
  • Much later used as semiconductor material in a crystal radio.
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Cinnabar
(HgS)
  • The natural mineral form of mercury(II) sulfide.
  • The historic source of vermilion pigment, and a source of mercury.
  • Due to the presence of mercury, cinnabar is toxic to humans.
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Gold
  • Chemical element with atomic number 79.
  • Used in making Kinro's golden spear.
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Golden Spear
  • A really cool looking gold-tipped spear used to bribe Kinro.
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Sulfa Drug

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Inventions made during the creation of the sulfa drug.

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Natural Magnet
  • Also called a lodestone, a naturally magnetized piece of magnetite (Fe3O4).
  • Used to easily filter iron sand from the river.
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Iron Sand
  • Iron particles found in the river.
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Scale
  • Used to weigh out ratios of carbon and iron for making steel.
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Blast Furnace (Level 1)
  • A furnace for making iron.
  • Air is pumped in via four bag billows.
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Bag Billows
  • Used for pumping air into the furnace.
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Millet Flour
  • Flour made from foxtail millet.
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Sodium Hydroxide
(NaOH)
  • A highly caustic base and alkali that has several applications.
  • Used in the ramen to add alkalinity and in the sulfa drug.
  • Derived from wood ash, or alternatively from salt water electrolysis.
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Potassium Carbonate
(K2CO3)
  • Used in the ramen to add elasticity.
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Millet Noodles
  • Made from foxtail millet flour.
  • Used in the ramen.
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Ramen
  • Made with various meats, wild bird egg, millet noodles and topped with spring onions.
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Ramen Cart
  • A basic food cart for transporting and serving ramen from.
  • Contains two stone furnaces for keeping the pots warms, a roof and a sign indicating the food type.
  • Transported manually via two protruding handles and rolled on wheels like a traditional food cart.
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Blast Furnace (Level 2)
  • An improved furnace for making iron.
  • Air is pumped in via four vertical shifting-type pumps.
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Iron
(Fe)
  • The most common element on Earth by mass.
  • Used in countless Kingdom of Science creations.
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Copper
(Cu)
  • Used to make copper wire for the powerful magnet.
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Copper Wire
  • Made using molten copper, poured into a long groove in a plank stolen from the bridge into Ishigami Village.
  • Used to make a magnet.
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Lacquer
  • An insulating coating made from the lacquer tree.
  • Used on shields and on the magnet.
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Lightning Rod
  • Made from Kinro's golden spear, set atop Bald Mountain.
  • Used to draw lightning to a specific spot to create the powerful magnet.
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Strong Magnet
  • A strong magnet, used in the generator.
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Dual Hand-cranked Dynamo
  • A man-powered electrical generator.
  • Requires two people to turn the cranks in sync to generate power.
  • Marks the beginning of electrical power use in the Kingdom of Science.
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Bamboo Filament
  • A baked piece of bamboo fiber used as a light bulb filament.
  • Based off of Thomas Edison's bamboo filament lightbulbs.[3]
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Candle
  • A basic candle of liquid fat in a bowl with a simple wick.
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Herbal Paste
  • A paste of various medicinal plants, applied topically to Gen's injuries.
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Teeth-Cleaning Twig
  • A primitive toothbrush in the form of a twig that is chewed until one end is frayed and used to brush teeth.
  • Some trees are better suited to clean and protect the teeth, due to the chemical composition of the plant parts.[4]
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Quartz Sand
(SiO2)
  • Used to make glass.
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Crystal Glass
  • Glass made of powdered silica sand heated with burnt seaweed (20%) and calcium carbonate (10%), then some lead.
  • Used in Suika's and Kinro's glasses.
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Lens Polisher
  • A man-powered whetstone bore for polishing and shaping the lenses for glasses.
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Eye Chart
  • A chart with simple shapes to test vision.
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Melon Glasses
  • Concave lens glasses using Suika's melon as frames.
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Obsidian Foam Insulation
  • A thermal insulator used to insulate the glassblowing furnace.
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Leather Coveralls
  • A thick leather garment made to protect the wearer from the heat of the furnace.
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Glassblowing Tools
  • A long iron straw for blowing into the glass to inflate it.
  • Tongs for shaping bottlenecks.
  • An annealing oven to slowly cool down finished pieces.
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Glass Furnace
  • A furnace for heating glass to working temperatures.
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Laboratory Glassware
  • A large selection of glass beakers and flasks for chemistry use in the lab, all made by Kaseki.
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Native Silver
(Ag)
  • Naturally occurring silver.
  • Used in Ginro's silver spear to protect the group from sulfuric acid by reacting to the hydrogen sulfide.
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Silver Spear
  • A spear with a head coated in silver used for detecting hydrogen sulfide since it tarnishes black instantly (2Ag + H2S → Ag2S + H2).
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Activated Charcoal
(C)
  • A form of carbon with an extremely high surface area due to a large amount of small, low-volume pores.
  • Used in gas absorption for the gas masks.
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Fire Lens
  • A convex lens used to start fires by focusing sunlight into a point.
  • Used by Chrome to start a fire in the grand bout.[5]
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Gas Masks
  • Masks used to defend against hydrogen sulfide by trapping and neutralizing it.
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Sulfuric Acid
(H2SO4)
  • A colourless acid used in many of Senku's inventions such as the sulfa drug and nitroglycerine.
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Water Condenser
  • A drip machine for capturing gases and condensing them into a liquid.
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Hydrochloric Acid
(HCl)
  • A colorless acid used in the sulfa drug.
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Flowers of Sulfur
(S)
  • A yellow sulfur powder produced by sublimation and deposition.
  • Could also be geyserite as it is described as a white powder found near hot springs.
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Condensing Column
  • A cooled tube used for condensing gases into liquid.
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Chlorosulfuric Acid
(HSO3Cl)
  • A corrosive and harmful colorless liquid used in making the sulfa drug.
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Ammonia
(NH3)
  • A pungent colorless gas used in making the sulfa drug.
  • Derived from urine.
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Power-up Science Drink
  • A concoction designed to enhance physical performance. Includes honey to increase blood sugar, camellia for caffeine and sweet flag to cool you down (possibly as a sedative).
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Acetic Acid
(CH3COOH)
  • Also known as vinegar, derived from alcohol (ethanol) reacting with oxygen in the air.
  • The glacial form (without water) was used in the sulfa drug
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Water Carbonator
  • A rotating drum with the excess carbon dioxide from fermentation being bubbled through.
  • Probably based on the original design by Joseph Priestly.[6]
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Tar
(C + Other Hydrocarbons)
  • A dark brown or black viscous liquid that can be made from coal, wood, petroleum, or peat.
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Ethyl Acetate
(C4H8O2)
  • A colourless liquid with a slightly sweet smell.
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Aniline
(C6H5NH2)
  • A dangerous organic compound.
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Carbonated Water
(H2CO3)
  • Water with small amounts of carbon dioxide dissolved inside, creating carboxylic acid.
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Acetic Anhydride
((CH3CO)2O)
  • The simplest isolable anhydride of a carboxylic acid, widely used as a reagent in organic synthesis.
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Acetanilide
(C8H9NO)
  • A member of the class of acetamides.
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Para-Acetamidobenzenesulfonic Acid
(C8H9NO4S) & Para-Acetamidobenzenesulfonyl Chloride
(C8H8ClNO3S)
  • Part of the process of making the sulfa drug.
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Sodium Bicarbonate
(NaHCO3)
  • Also known as baking soda, it is a white salt usually used in baking as a leavening agent.
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Sulfanilamide
(C6H8N2O2S)
  • The completed sulfa drug.
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Cola
  • A bottle of cola left by Senku for Gen as thanks.
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Wire-Framed Glasses
  • Pre-petrification style glasses with thin frames made for Kinro.
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Katana
  • Japanese-style swords made of sharpened steel with flexible spines.
  • Made from iron that's been folded and forge welded into itself several times to draw out impurities. Pine ash gives off purple flames when temperature reaches 1200 degrees, making it a good temperature indicator. Painting the spine of the blade with dilute clay allows tempering of the cutting edge while keeping the spine soft, producing a blade that is flexible and durable while also being very sharp.
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Small Knife
  • A small, very sharp knife delivered to Gen, able to be easily palmed for sneaky cutting.
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Stone Wars

Inventions built during the Communications Arc.

Cell Phone

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Inventions made during the creation of the cell phone.

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Crystalized Sugar
(C6H12O6)
  • Raw sugar crystals made by reducing yam liquor and mirin.
  • Used in the cotton candy.
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Wire Centrifuge
  • A metal drum with small holes that spins, using the centrifugal force to push a molten substance inside through small holes, creating thin strands.
  • Used to make cotton candy and gold wire.
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Cotton Candy Machine
  • Used to make cotton candy and gold wire.
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Cotton Candy
  • A sweet, fluffy treat.
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Gear
  • A gear made from Kohaku's shield to consistently spin things such as the record player and cotton candy machine.
  • It allows to increase the speed of rotation.
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Saw
  • An improved version of the stone saws Kaseki was using, forged of iron.
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Water Wheel
  • A device for converting the energy of flowing or falling water into useful forms of power.
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Hydroelectric Power Plant
  • The water wheel coupled with the electric generator, allowing to charge batteries and power electrical loads without resorting to muscle power. Besides the generator, other machines such as bellows have been attached to the waterwheel for a power source.
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Lead-acid Battery
  • A lead-sulfuric acid battery, used for storing the power from the water wheel and act as a portable source of electricity, such as for mining lamps and vacuum tube filaments in wireless telephones.
  • The oldest rechargeable battery, invented in 1859.
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Reciprocating Rack and Pinion
  • A type of gear mechanism that converts circular movement to back-and-forth movement.
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Blast Furnace (Level 3)
  • An even more improved furnace for making iron.
  • Air is pumped in via a multiple cylinder horizontal reciprocating pump, powered by the water wheel.
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Pickling
  • A method of preserving food in an edible, antimicrobial liquid using airtight containers. The precursor to canning.
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Vacuum Pump
  • A device that uses mercury to remove the air from the inside of a light bulb.
  • Historically known as a Sprengel pump.
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Electric Light
  • An incandescent light bulb that uses a carbonized bamboo or tungsten filament.
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Light Switch
  • A simple switch that connects or breaks an electrical circuit, allowing electrity to flow ("on" state) or not ("off" state).
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Head Lamp
  • A battery-powered light worn on the head to keep the hands free.
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Copper Tube
  • A tube that will expand inwards rather than outwards when heated, preventing the bulbs shattering.
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Scheelite
(CaWO4)
  • An ore of tungsten that glows blue under ultraviolet light.
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Mica
  • A group of minerals which can easily be split into extremely thin elastic plates.
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Siphon
  • A device which causes a liquid to flow upward, above the surface of a reservoir, with no pump, but powered by the fall of the liquid as it flows down the tube under the pull of gravity.
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Pickaxe
  • A metal tool used for prying, especially useful for mining.
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Manganese Dioxide
(MnO2)
  • Used for making carbon-zinc batteries.
  • Found in the skarn deposit.
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Chalcopyrite (CuFeS2)
&
Sphalerite ((Zn,Fe)S)
  • Chalcopyrite is the most important ore of copper, a good conductor.
  • Sphalerite is the most important ore of zinc, useful in galvanization (preventing rust).
  • Sphalerite's phosphorescence also makes it suitable for the screens in cathode ray tubes, producing a green glow.
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Telescope
  • An optical instrument that uses lenses to observe distant objects.
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Tungsten Paste
  • The uncooked version of the tungsten filament used in vacuum tubes and light bulbs.(WO3).
  • The process involves smashing the scheelite to dust, simmering in sodium hydroxide, adding seashells, hydrochloric acid and ammonia to make it crystalize then baking it and mixing it with honey.
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All-in-one Heating Set
  • A heating setup to bake the tungsten paste thus sintering it into a solid metal wire, using every bit of heat energy Chrome could possibly harness.
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Electrolyzer
  • A device used to pass electricity through water, extracting the hydrogen.
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Tungsten Filament
  • A filament with a very high melting point for use in vacuum tubes and long-lasting light bulbs.
  • Because of the challenge of melting tungsten, the filament is instead made by microscopically welding powdered tungsten particles, a process known as sintering, and which requires a much lower temperature.
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Methanol
(CH3OH)
  • Also known as wood alcohol, can be made through the destructive distillation of wood.
  • Used to make formalin.
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Formalin
(CH2O)
  • Also known as aqueous formaldehyde, used to make bakelite plastic or to preserve bodies.
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Gold Wire
  • Conductive wire used for electronic devices.
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Stove
  • A device in which fuel is burned to heat either the space in which the stove is situated, or items placed on the heated stove or inside it in an oven.
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Zinc-Manganese Battery
  • Some of the batteries used to power the cell phone, specifically the anode supply for the vacuum tube.
  • For their construction method, see Kung Dang Manganese.
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Hickman Pump
  • An upgraded vacuum pump used to achieve a very high vacuum required by vacuum tubes.
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Phenolic Resin Plastic
  • One of a variety of phenol formaldehyde resin plastics that are lightweight and can be moulded into shapes, besides being electrical insulators. The resin may be mixed with additives such as wood fibers to make the phenolic paper historically used as the substrate in circuit boards, or with wood flour to make Bakelite, used to make casings and other parts in electronics such as telephones and radios from the 1930's through the 1950's. It is the oldest fully synthetic plastic, and it's thermosetting, meaning once it hardens after being made, it cannot be remelted.
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Vacuum Tube
  • A device that controls electric current flow in a high vacuum between electrodes to which an electric potential difference has been applied. It can be used to amplify sound signals, as well as build oscillators to broadcast radio waves and many other uses. The early tubes made by the kingdom of science are called triodes, having three elements, a tungsten cathode that heats up with electricity and boils off electrons, a metal plate or anode placed nearby to catch those electrons, and a metal grid placed between them which can control the flow of electrons when it's electrically charged.
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Rochelle Salts
(KNaC4H4O6·4H2O )
  • A salt that exhibits piezoelectricity that can be used in gramophone pick-ups, microphones, earpieces and speakers.
  • Can be grown using wine crystals and seaweed.
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Microphone
  • A device that converts sound to an electrical signal.
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Cell Phone
  • A portable telephone that can make and receive calls over a particular radio frequency within a certain range.
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Land Line
  • A communication device connection between two or more points using a dedicated physical cable.
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Speaker
  • A device that converts an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound.
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Bone Needle
  • A needle made of bone, used for sewing or as a record player's needle.
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Record Player
  • A device for the mechanical recording and reproduction of sound.
  • Used in Gen and Senku's scheme to play Lillian's last song to the members of the Tsukasa empire.
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Versus Homura

Inventions built to distract and capture Homura.

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Sound Bombs
  • Deer bladders filled with Brown's gas (hydrogen and oxygen bubbled out of water via electricity) rigged to explode, creating a loud sound.
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Stenopeic Glasses
  • Also known as pinhole glasses, they're used to reduce the amount of light reaching the eye.
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Flash Grenade
  • A light bulb filled with magnesium that, when turned on, flashes extremely bright.
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Black Light
  • A light bulb with tinted glass, producing ultraviolet light.
  • Made by adding nickel and barium to glass, creating Wood's glass.
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Copper Coil
  • A coiled copper strip, allowing the glass record to be played back smoothly.
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Megaphone
  • Used to amplify a person's voice.
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Stone Wars Battle

Inventions built during the Stone Wars themselves.

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Beeswax
  • Used in the lathe to cast delicate parts easily.
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Lathe
  • A machine tool that rotates a workpiece about an axis, allowing it to be carved with precise symmetry.
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Steam Furnace
  • The boiler part of the neck-swing engine.
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Casting Molds
  • The method of making iron parts by casting wax versions, melting the wax out and then pouring molten iron into the molds. A process known as lost wax casting.
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Casted Parts
  • The various parts of the neck-swing engine before assembly.
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Soldering Iron
  • A handheld heater allowing the user to melt metal (called solder) onto other metal parts, fusing them.
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Steam Engine
  • A machine that transforms the heat energy from burning coal into a rotating force, useful for propelling a vehicle.
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Bamboo Wheels
  • Wheels made of woven bamboo, absorbing more shock than solid wooden wheels.
  • Based off of NASA's airless tires.[7]
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Automobile
  • Nicknamed the Steam Gorilla, a car that runs on burning wood allowing the Kingdom to transport the scientific equipment closer to the Tsukasa Empire.
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Paper
  • Made from plants boiled in sodium hydroxide.
  • Used to make carbon fibre reinforced polymer shielding.
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Carbon Fiber Shield
  • Shielding made by combining thin flexible paper with stiff plastic resulting in lightweight but tough material.
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Armored Tank
  • The improved Steam Gorilla with shields, a double engine and bigger wheels to mimic a tank.
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Sodium Hypochlorite
(NaOCl)
  • Also known as bleach, a highly corrosive liquid for cleaning, deodorizing and disinfecting.
  • Used to make paper and to weaken the rope bars in Chrome's jail cell.
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Glue
  • A tacky substance that Yuzuriha used to stick together shattered statues.
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Tank
  • The final form of the Steam Gorilla, with a rupture disk gun.
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Rupture Disk Cannon
  • A cannon that fires using water electrolysis where the resulting hydrogen and oxygen buildup inflates the rupture disk. When it breaks, the pressure is released and fires the projectile. It cannot be fired again without first replacing the disk.
  • Anime version also uses an electric spark to detonate the gas, rather than just using the accumulated pressure.
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Bluff Bullet
  • A projectile that explodes on contact, creating a showy explosion.
  • Made from a hollow metal can, filled with a fuel mixture that includes coal ash and alcohol, and a glass jar coated with iron powder, filled with sulfuric acid. Upon impact, the glass breaks and the reaction of the acid with the iron ignites the fuels producing a dramatic yet not very powerful explosion.
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Shock Cannon
  • A copper sheet in the shape of a paraboloid designed to focus soundwaves in one direction.
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Nitroglycerin
(C3H5N3O9)
  • A dense, colorless, oily, explosive liquid used to force a stalemate in the battle for the Cave of Miracles.
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Paper Airplane
  • A glider made of a sheet of paper.
  • Based on the Guinness world record holder design for longest flight.
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Dynamite
  • An explosive made of nitroglycerin, sorbents (such as powdered shells or clay) and stabilizers.
  • Used to break the bedrock while digging for Mirai's statue.
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Stun Gun
  • A device which delivers an electric shock aimed at temporarily disrupting muscle functions and/or inflicting pain without usually causing significant injury.
  • Made from repurposed telephone parts.
  • Used to defeat Hyoga.
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Medical Adhesive
  • A medical-grade instant bonding agent.
  • Made by mixing vinegar, chlorine and sulfur to make chloroacetic acid, then reacting it with sodium cyanide made from blood and iron to get cyanoacetic acid. Add sodium hydroxide to get sodium chloroacetate, then add liqor and formaldehyde to ethyl cyanoacetate to get ethyl cyanoacrylate.
  • Often known as CA glue.
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Medical Needle
  • A curved metal needle, perfect for suturing.
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Blood Bag
  • A container filled with blood to make up for the blood Tsukasa lost in the fight.
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Refrigerator
  • A machine made using two cylinders from the steam gorilla engine, using the force from a water wheel to compress and expand air in different places, it manages to move heat from one place to another, allowing it to cool the inside of a thermally insulated chest.
  • Used to preserve Tsukasa's body for a future resurrection attempt involving petrification.
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Age of Exploration

Inventions built during the Age of Exploration Arc.

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Thermometer
  • A glass vial filled with an amount of mercury, marked with graduated lines to show temperature.
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Dragos
  • A currency created by Ryusui.
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Spindle
  • A spike with a weighted end used to twist fibers together to make yarn.
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Hemp Thread
  • A thin strand of spun hemp, used for sewing or weaving.
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Loom
  • A device used to weave cloth and tapestry.
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Woven Cloth
  • A flexible material made by creating an interlocking network of yarns or threads.
  • Used in clothing and the balloon part of the hot air balloon.
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Woven Clothing
  • Outfits made from hemp cloth rather than leathers, closer to modern clothing.
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Hot-air Balloon
  • A lighter-than-air aircraft consisting of a bag which contains heated air with a basket suspended underneath to carry passengers.
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Playing Cards
  • A set of playing cards Gen uses for his tricks.
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Litmus Paper
  • Paper soaked in crushed morning glories that changes colour according to pH.
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Goat Milk Butter
  • Butter made by agitating goat's milk and scooping off the top layer.
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Bread Oven
  • An oven designed for baking bread at high temperatures in an airtight way (by adding steam).
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Bread
  • A delicious wheaten loaf.
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Mirror
  • A smooth reflective surface made by mixing sodium hydroxide, silver and ammonia, soaking glass in it, adding a dash of glucose and then finally glueing paper or carbon to the back of it.
  • Used in the Daguerreotype cameras.
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Daguerreotype Camera
  • A handheld camera used for taking long exposure photographs.
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Photograph
  • An image captured on the surface of the Daguerreotype's mirror film after running mercury then a sulfur solution over it.
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Crude Oil
  • A naturally occurring, yellowish-black liquid found beneath the Earth's surface and can be refined into various types of fuels. The Kingdom's current source is the Sagara oil field.
  • Used to make gasoline.
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Stirling Engine
  • A heat engine that is operated by the cyclic compression and expansion of air or other gas at different temperatures, resulting in a net conversion of heat energy to mechanical work.[8]
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Motorboat
  • An engine-powered boat that uses a propeller rather than sails to move.
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Gasoline
  • Refined oil.
  • The so called "Love Drug" mentioned in chapter 1 was gasoline refined from the plastic bottle caps. The molecular structure of polyethylene resembles long chains of "gasoline" molecules stuck together. Chopping the chains into smaller hydrocarbons produces a usable fuel.
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Signal Tower
  • A tall tower that emits strong radio waves, powered by a waterwheel attached to a waterfall.
  • Used to determine position with the GPS.
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GPS
  • A navigation system that uses fixed points relative to the Earth to determine location.
  • Used by the Kingdom of Science to find their bearings while globetrotting.
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Braun Tube
  • Also known as a cathode-ray tube, it is a vacuum tube containing one or more electron guns, the beams of which are manipulated to display images on a phosphorescent screen.
  • Made by taking an Erlenmeyer flask, dissolving powdered sphalerite in water and painting the bottom of the flask and turning it into a vacuum tube. An electron beam is then added, making electrons hit the painted side and light it up. Two crystal plates are then aligned and have voltage passed through them, forcing the electrons into a line.
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Radar
  • Made by taking the Braun tube and connecting the radio antenna to two more parallel crystal plates, perpendicular to the first two.
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Sonar
  • Made by changing the radar's input from antenna to microphone and using tuning forks.
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Metal Detector
  • An instrument to detect the presence of metal using "elektro-magneticky waves" (electromagnetic waves) thanks to a magnetised coil.
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Mine Cart
  • A cart on rails, used to transport cargo around a mine.
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Asphalt
  • Used to make smooth roads by mixing gravel and asphalt (oil byproduct) in a 9:1 ratio and then smashing it down smooth.
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Model Ship
  • A 1:48 ratio scale model of the Perseus to be scaled up to full size.
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Pantograph
  • A mechanism for copying movements using paralellograms.
  • Used to copy out the parts of the model ship to full sized pieces.
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Rotary Kiln
  • A large insulated chamber attached to a huge furnace. The kiln gets fed whatever is in the furnace along with oxygen produced by electrolysis, which makes impurities like phosphorous and silicon float to the top and are filtered out. Burning charcoal then saps the iron ore of its oxygen, making pure iron settle on the bottom.
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Lathe (Level 2-3)
  • Improvements on the original lathe.
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Silk Swimsuits
  • Bathing outfits made from silkworm thread.
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Automated Camera Timer
  • A timing devices that uses the flow of water filling a bamboo pipe to hit a switch, making the camera take a picture.
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Perseus
  • A large seafaring vessel.
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Treasure Island

Inventions built during the Treasure Island Arc.

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Scopolamine
(C17H21NO4)
  • An autonomic-nerve inhibitor extracted from Datura Metel flowers.
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Magnifying Glass
  • A handheld polished convex lens used to magnify objects.
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Microscope
  • A device used to examine objects that are too small to be seen by the naked eye.
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Chloroacetone
(CH3COCH2Cl)
  • A colourless liquid with a pungent odour.
  • Used as tear gas.
  • To make it, take baked tree sap and cook it with shells to make acetone, then combine with chlorine.
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Skatole
(C9H9N)
  • The primary contributor to fecal odor.
  • Can be made by combining rotting meat with jasmine then applying heat, or alternatively making very strong jasmine tea and pouring it over heated meat.
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Shampoo
&
Conditioner
  • The shampoo is a lathering soap made from coconut oil, salt, sodium hydroxide and sulfuric acid, used to wash hair.
  • The conditioner is a combination of honey, coconut and lemon used to smooth down hair cuticles.
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Foundation
  • A combination of white, yellow and red powders used to even out skintone.
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Perfume
&
Lipstick
  • Various other makeup tools.
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Wireless Earpiece
  • A device used to listen in on radiowaves without the need for batteries, known as a crystal radio.
  • Can be made by wrapping copper wire into a coil, attaching a small rock to the middle then adding a piece of Rochelle salt.
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Motor
  • A motor that spins using electric current and a magnet.
  • Used to build little rat-like cars.
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Plaster
  • A "silent bomb" made by mixing two substances.
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Platinum
(Pt)
  • A very rare metal.
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Nitric Acid Setup
  • A chemistry setup designed to turn ammonia solution and shells into nitric acid.[9]
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Air Pump
  • A crank-style pump for pumping air into the oxygen tanks.
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Oxygen Tank
  • Metal cylinders filled with air with over 50 ATM worth of pressure, equivalent to about 10 minutes of oxygen.
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Propeller Blade
  • Feathers coated in plastic.
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Ball Bearings
  • Smooth, equally-sized metal balls.
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Drone (Level 1)
  • A simple, unstabilised drone capable of flight.
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Ethyl Acetate
(C4H8O2)
  • A chemical with a sweet smell that can cause dizziness.
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Folding Weapon
  • A foldable polearm-type weapon that allows Moz to keep it hidden.
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Pistol
  • A revolver pistol with an unusual barrel rotation style.
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Carbon Wire
  • Rope made of spun tar (dregs from burning coal).
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Drone (Level 2-3)
  • The previous drone but with an additional propellor and motor, controlled by 4 separate potentiometers.
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Potentiometer
  • Coil-based variable resistor that allows the voltage to change based on how far apart the sliding switches are.
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Magnesium
(Mg)
  • An alkali metal that burns bright white when ignited.
  • Used in making the flare bullets.
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Dry Lubricant
  • A combination of graphite (from chimney soot) mixed with alcohol, reducing friction thanks to the carbon's lattice.
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Petrification Device
  • Also known as the Petrification Weapon or Medusa, the device that causes petrification.
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Parabolic Antenna
  • An antenna that collects radio and sound waves.
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North America

Inventions built during the New America City Arc.

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Planetarium
  • A hut with a globe inside that Kaseki and Yuzuriha built together.
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Voice Recorder
  • Based off of phonograph cylinders, used for recording sound.[10]
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Gum Syrup
  • A drink sweetener, normally made of sugar and water, with some gum arabic as an emulsifier.
  • For Senku's version, wash wheat flour and massage it to separate the starch. Then add a few drops of sulfuric acid, boil it for a while and add some witherite (BaCO3). Mix until the pH won't kill you.
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Calpico
  • A drink made of strained yogurt mixed with gum syrup and lemon juice.
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Wort
  • The liquid extracted from the mashing process during the brewing of beer or whisky.
  • Made by soaking then roasting and drying wheat, removing the unwanted parts, smashing it to dust and finally dissolving in water and filtering it. Adding hops and waiting will make beer.
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Calcite
(CaCO3)
  • Also known as a sunstone when carved, it is a mineral with an optical property called birefringence (double refraction), causing objects viewed through a clear piece of calcite to appear doubled.[11]
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Gator Burger
  • A large hamburger that uses alligator meat for the patties.
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Calcium Carbide (CaC2)
&
Acetylene (C2H2)
  • Calcium carbide is a compound usually used to make acetylene and calcium cyanamide. Can also used as fuel for gas welding.
  • Acetylene gas can be made by mixing water and calcium carbide, and can ruin engines if sucked inside.
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War Table
  • A board with tiles and figures for planning strategic moves.
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Ice Cream
  • A deliciously sweet cold treat for pulling enemy spies to your side.
  • Made by stirring and chilling milk, sugar and kudzu powder and flavoring with vanilla essence.
  • For the synthetic version of vanilla: wrap copper around a test tube, sticking a piece of iron inside and running electricity through it to generate ozone, then take bay laurel extract and boiling in sodium hydroxide before finally infusing the ozone inside.
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Dilatant Body Armor
  • A mixture of a fine powder and a liquid creating a dilatant non-Newtonian fluid. In layman's terms, it gets harder the harder you hit it.
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Drill
  • A shovelling device for quickly digging underground tunnels, designed by Chrome.
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Stethoscope
  • A tool for listening to the functions in a patient's chest.
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Syringe
  • A tool for drawing in and expelling fluids via a needle on the end.
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Aircraft Carrier
  • The Perseus remade as an aircraft carrier with an on-deck plane catapult for takeoff.
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Aircraft
  • An airplane stolen from the Americans originally in chapter 150, finally fixed.
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Wheelbarrow
  • A single-wheeled container for easily moving heavy or unwieldy things.
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Castor Bean Oil
  • An improved fuel for engines made with castor beans.
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Bomb
&
Rocket Sled
  • Chrome's quick escape plan using a sled on rails and an explosive.
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Xeno's Boat
  • A ship stolen from Xeno's castle.
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South America

Inventions built during the South America Arc.

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Super Soap Bubbles
  • Big bubbles used for modelling the petrification beam.
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Spinnaker
  • A sail attached to the front of the boat.
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Decoy Ship
  • The amphibious mobile lab repurposed as a decoy, covered in things that will help it show up on radar.
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Rubber
  • Harvested latex mixed with vinegar and kneaded with sulfur powder.
  • Used to make tires, bouncy balls and boots.
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Tires
  • Improved wheels by mixing rubber with carbon powder, heating it gently and molding it to shape. Includes a stiffer outer covering with cloth and wires, an inflated inner tube and an axle in the center.
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Motorcycle
  • A two-wheeled vehicle capable of traversing rough terrain and carrying up to three passengers.
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Fax
  • A method of transferring information via telephone, in this case an image.
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Wristwatch
  • A device worn on the wrist used to tell time (can also receive radio signals).
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Watchmaker's Loupe
  • A small magnifying glass worn over an eye, usually used by watchmakers and other appraisers for seeing small details.
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Ropeway
  • A method used to transport people and goods across difficult terrain using pulleys and rope.
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Tin Can Telephone
  • A string attached to two solid containers to amplify sound travelling through the rope.
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Rubber Boots
  • Tall boots to protect travellers in the rainforest from nasty bugs.
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Animal Repellant
  • A topical lotion to repel any animals in the rainforest.
  • Made by mixing ethanol and army ants.
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Brass Knuckles
  • A piece of metal designed to fit around the hand, in this case specifically concentrated in a point for easily destroying petrification devices.
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Stealth Vessel
  • A ship with angled faces designed to reflect radar waves away from rather than back towards their source.
  • It is then improved by covering it with petrification devices, as they do not get picked up by radar.
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Diamond
(C)
  • Tiny man-made diamonds, created using methanol (or another alcohol) heated with a tungsten filament.
  • Natural diamonds were later mined and shaped using a man-made diamond rasp.
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Elevator
  • A ropeway, but vertical.
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Tripwire Trap
  • A trap triggering a sound recording to play back when the tripwire is touched.
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Underwater Waterwheel
  • A waterwheel that is fully underwater and thus mostly hidden.
  • Is attached to a grindstone for diamonds.
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Cart
  • A 2-wheeled cart constructed by Suika to help her carry statues.
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Fish Trap
  • A woven basket trap for catching fish made by Suika.
  • Likely based off the bottle/pot trap design.
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Cryogenic Air Separation Unit
  • A cryogenic fractional distillation device used to separate air into its components.
  • Used to acquire argon.
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Argon
  • A noble gas found in the Earth's atmosphere.
  • Used in the Geiger counter.
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Geiger Counter
  • An instrument used for detecting and measuring ionizing radiation. Can also be used to find certain ores.
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Ilmenite Ore
(FeTiO3)
  • A black iron-titanium oxide, the primary ore of titanium.
  • The titanium is to make high-performance alloys for aerospace, military, industrial, medical and other uses.
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Molybdenite
(MoS2)
  • A mineral of molybdenite sulfide.
  • The molybdenum is used to make steel alloys, particularly superalloys and high-strength ones.
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Chrome Ore
(FeCr2O4)
  • Also known as chromite, it is a crystalline mineral composed primarily of iron(II) oxide and chromium(III) oxide compounds.
  • The chromium is used to make stainless steel and chrome plating.
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Pyrochlore Ore
((Na,Ca)2Nb2O6(OH,F))
  • A source of niobium, used in many different scientific applications.
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Nickel Ore
(Ni)
  • Used in many differnt types of alloy.
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Stainless Steel
  • A group of ferrous alloys that contain a minimum of 11% chromium. Usually include other elements for different alloy properties.
  • Used to make cans and rust-resistant tools.
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Mond Process Setup
  • A technique used to process and purify nickel.
  • Gives off carbon monoxide and nickel tetracarbonyl as waste products, both very toxic gases.
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Europe

Inventions built during the Europe Arc.

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Millstone
  • Used for crushing olives into a paste.
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Centrifuge
  • A device that separates the spun contents into its components.
  • Used to extract the oil from the crushed olive paste.
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Olive Oil
  • A fragrant oil made of pressed olives, used in various dishes such as ajillo and churros.
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Dragos Hard Currency
  • Coins made of superalloys depicting members of the Kingdom of Science, allowing them to pay the people they revive in Europe.
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Fluorite
(CaF2)
  • A fluorescent mineral found in Barcelona.
  • Used to make better telescope lenses.
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Fluorite Lens
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Telescope
  • A telescope that uses fluorite lenses to lessen chromatic aberration and distortion.
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Test Rocket/Missile
  • A rocket for testing Xeno's new jet engine, filled with dynamite and used to blow a path through the dam blocking the Suez Canal.
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Tsukasa Empire

Items built by members of the Tsukasa Empire without any involvement from any members of the Kingdom of Science.

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Fake Blood
  • Fake blood made by Gen from crushed grapes and stored in small packets.
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Kudayari
  • A very flexible spear with a hollow metal tube that allows the spear to be twisted during thrusting.
  • Hyoga's favoured weapon.
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American Colony

The items the American Colony designed and built on their own, without any involvement from any members of the Kingdom of Science.

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Platinum
(Pt)
  • A platinum ring Carlos wanted to give Luna for her birthday.
  • Used in the Haber-Bosch plant.
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Haber-Bosch Plant
  • A factory that makes ammonia.
  • Can be used to make unlimited amounts of gunpowder, ammunition or revival fluid using only air and water.
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Machine Gun
  • A powerful gun that can fire many times a second.
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Cigarette
  • Tobacco rolled into thin paper for smoking.
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Aircraft
  • A small, 2-seat airplane with glass skis as landing gear.
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Polygraph
  • A variety of instruments used to detect whether someone is lying or not based on blood pressure, pulse, respiration and skin conductivity.
  • Xeno's version involved salt water for conductivity, his arm for pulse, and leaning in to feel any quickening of breath.
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Tractor
  • A machine for helping around the farm.
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Landing Strip
  • A tarmac surface for safely and smoothly landing aircraft.
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Headset
  • A device worn over the ears with an attached microphone, allowing the user to both hear and record sounds.
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Sniper Rifle
  • A powerful gun with a long range.
  • Has a telescopic sight (also known as a scope) attached to give an accurate point of aim.
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Binoculars
  • A device allowing the user to see distant objects clearly.
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Weather Vane
  • A device used to measure the speed and direction of wind.
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Yardstick Dress
  • A dress with alternating 5-inch-wide lines used to measure the distance to the target.
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Encryption Device
  • A device used to scramble messages.
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Disc Changer
  • Similar to a jukebox, this machine switches out record disks automatically.
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Oscilloscope
  • An electronic test instrument that graphically displays varying signal voltages.
  • Can also be used to "see" sound by using the electrical pulses from a microphone.
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Submarine
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Ramming Bomb
  • A bomb on the end of a long protrusion on the prow of the submarine, designed to detonate on contact with the enemy vessel's hull.
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Grappling Hooks
  • Hooks with rope, used to climb and/or rappel down steep sides.
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Grenades
  • Explosive devices that throw shrapnel to injure the target(s).
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Pistol
  • A handgun with 6 bullets in the chamber.
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Turret
  • A large, stationary gun set up on the deck of the Perseus.
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Canoe
  • A lightweight narrow vessel perfect for traversing rivers, covered in branches as camouflage.
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Safe
  • An enormous safe requiring two abloy-style keys to be inserted and a handwheel to be turned before opening.
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Chelsea (Pre-Kingdom of Science)

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Hanging Housing
  • A large pumpkin suspended in the air as a safe abode for Chelsea while she was survivng alone.
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Phosphorescent Paint
  • Paint made from boiled-down sphalerite pebbles.
  • Used to make easily-seen banners spelling H-E-L-P (or H-E-L-L, due to Chelsea's poor eyesight).
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Astronauts

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The items that the six ISS astronauts had with them after landing on Treasure Island.

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Soyuz Capsule
  • The damaged Soyuz capsule used in reentry.
  • Used to store the treasures Byakuya collected over the rest of his life on earth.
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Soyuz Survival Kit
  • A kit containing several tools for survival.
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Abandoned Lifeboat
  • A rowboat left by the hermit who was living on Treasure Island prior to petrification.
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Kickball
  • A simple sewn-leather ball used for playing.
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Electric Shaver Motor
  • An electric shaver motor used for making the recorder.
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Diamond Ring
  • Darya's diamond ring given to her by Yakov, used to scratch grooves into the glass record.
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Disc Cutting Lathe
  • A rotating disk and needle used to cut grooves into the glass record.
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Record
  • A glass record containing Lillian's last performance, the voices of the astronauts and a message for Senku.
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Dr. STONE reboot: Byakuya

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This story is not considered canon in the main series.

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Rei
(Version 01)
  • Version 01 of Rei, conceptual.
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Rei
(Version 23)
  • Version 23 of Rei.
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Rei
(Version 37)
  • Version 37 of Rei.
  • First Rei to show verbal communication.
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Laser Gun
(Laser Range Finder)
  • A laser range finder made from Shamil's Test Equipment. Used to measure the ISS orbiting distance from Earth.
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Oxygen and Hydrogen
(O+H)
  • Made by the electrolysis of water.
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Nitrogen
(N)
  • Collected from propulsion tanks on the outside of the ISS.
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Carbon
(C)
  • Made from food the Astronauts left aboard the ISS.
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Dimethylhydrazine
(C2H8N2)
  • Rocket Fuel used by Rei to correct the orbit of the ISS.
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Nitrous Oxide
(N2O)
  • The oxidizer used in combination with said fuel.
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Rei
(Version 38)
  • Gas Propulsion upgrade.
  • Visibly smoother than Rei 37.
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Hydrogen Engine
(ISS Modification)
  • A modified engine that uses water as a fuel source.
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