Fallout 76 Chemistry Guide – Chemistry Station, How to Craft

Fallout 76 Chemistry Guide

In this Fallout 76 Chemistry Guide, we will guide you on how you can use the Chemistry Station to craft some very useful items in the game such as Chems, Smelted Ore, and more in Fallout 76. Chemistry Station is a very important station and you will need to visit it frequently to craft some useful items. Some of the crafting components required for other items can only be crafted here such as Gunpowder.

We have curated this Fallout 76 Chemistry Guide in which we will guide you on all the basic functions of the Chemistry Station along with some of the recipes for different items that can be made at the Chemistry Stations. You can also build the Chemistry Stations at your own C.A.M.P. if you have plans for building these.

Chemistry Guide – Fallout 76

Our Fallout 76 Chemistry Guide details everything that you need to know about Chemistry and using the Chemistry Station in Fallout 76.

Types of Items

The Chemistry Station offers a variety of options to craft. We have detailed all of them below.

All Drinks

In this section, you will have plenty of drinks to craft ranging from Boiled Water to Purified Water.


Here, you can craft gunpowder which is a vital component when you craft ammunition in Fallout 76. Ammo is crafted at Tinker’s Workbench but you cannot craft until you craft some gunpowder at a Chemistry Station first.


Here you will find recipes for different chems such as Berry Mentats, Overdrive, Psychobuff, and Fury. You can find more recipes to increase the list of craftable drugs in this list.

Energy Ammo

Here you can craft ammo for your flamethrowers and Fusion Cores. Stuff like Fuel can be crafted here once you have found the recipe.


Find recipes and then craft Hallucigen Gas Grenades here which cause Frenzy on enemies for 30 seconds.


You can also craft some healing chems on the Chemistry Station if you can find their recipes. You can craft Blood Packs, Detoxing Salves, Disease Cures, Stimpaks, and RadAway here.

Mutation Serums

You can also craft serums that craft different mutations on the Chemistry Station. This can be used by you or your friend. You will require the crafting components and certain eligibility before you can craft Mutation Serums.

Nuked Flora

Flux plants are the plants that are left after a nuclear missile has been detonated in an area. If you have some flux plants, you can use them to create some advanced mods and items such as Fusion Cores in this section.


Smelting is again a useful feature of the Chemistry Station. Here, you can smelt raw ore resources that you have mined on your journey. Smelting converts raw ores into scrap, nuclear waste, fertilizer, or raw black titanium. You will need these components for mods and construction.


This section has cutting fluid which can be further broken down in oil and different types of solvents.

Chemistry Recipes

There are different recipes of items that can be crafted at the Chemistry Station. We have detailed some important ones below.

  • Gunpowder – 1x Acid, 1x Cloth
  • Berry Mentats – 1x Brain Fungus, 1x Firecracker Berry, 1x Mentats, 1x Starlight Berry
  • Fusion Core – 1x Pure Cobalt Flux, 1x Pure Crimson Flux, 1x Fluorescent Flux, 1x Pure Violet Flux, 1x Pure Yellowcake Flux

For additional Fallout 76 guides, make sure to check out our Antibiotics Guide, Deathclaw Eggs Farming Guide, Fact Finder .44 Pistol Guide, Wastelanders Romance Guide, Wastelanders Allies Location Guide, Wastelanders Hunter for Hire Guide, Wastelanders Strength in Numbers Quest Guide, Weapons Guide, Perks and Special Attributes Guide, Workshops Guide, Power Armor Guide, Camping Guide, Apparel Guide, Best Characters Build Guide, Aid Items Guide, Main Quests Guide Part 2, Main Quests Guide Part 1Cooking Guide, Crafting Guide, Event Quests Guide, Daily Drop and Repeatable Quests Guide, Nukes Guide, Diseases and Mutations Guide, Miscellaneous Quests Guide, Magazines Guide, BobbleHeads Guide, Power Armor Locations Guide, Combat Guide, Side Quests Guide, Beginner’s Guide, Aluminum Farming Guide, Final Word Weapon Guide, Weapons and Armor Mod Guides, and 8 Basic Steps After Setting Out the Vault in Fallout 76 Guide.

This concludes our Fallout 76 Chemistry Guide. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below.

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