Download Chemistry Assistant Free apk 2.4 free for Android smartphone

13 Aug
Chemistry Assistant Free

Posted by Amanpreet S Mukker in Education | Aug. 13, 2013 | 26 Comments

Apk file size: 540.0 KB

Now there is an ad-free paid-version of this app *Chemistry Assistant* is available:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aman.periodictablepro&hl=en

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Play Store Reviews:
"My chemistry marks has grown Really, wow. No more words to describe this jewel" - Alessandro Migliardi

"Love the design To me what really matters is the app design and I have bot seen any periodic app that comes close to this one's design. Will definitely buy the paid version!!!" -- Kumail Naqvi

"Beautiful UI, great functionality This thing is amazing. As someone just starting to learn chem and stuff this is a great tool. Recommending it to all my friends." -- Mirzan Azlan

"Great design and excellent content I have no idea why this isn't more popular. This app is designed so well. This app is perfect at what it does. The conversions only make it better." -- Chris Kay

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Clean and Elegant Chemistry app, that features:
- Interactive Periodic Table (just rotate your device to view the whole periodic table in a beautifully designed UI)
- Proper Tablet support included
- Necessary information about each element in the periodic table
- Instant search (no need to scroll through a list or Table)

Tired of calculated molar masses and other chemistry calculations ? well, no worries, this App will perform most general chemistry calculations for you, listed below:
-> Calculate Molar masses.
-> Calculate number of Moles.
-> Calculate Mass Percentages (%).
-> Calculate Values using the Ideal Gas law
-> Boyle's Law
-> Charles's Law
-> Avogadro's Law
-> Amonton's Law

PS: Individual Images for each element are fetched from Wikipedia

Whats new

    - fixed a bug where some elements were cut off from the list view
    - App name changed to "Chemistry Assistant"
    - this version now includes all the features from the "paid version"

Amanpreet S Mukker part of our Education and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Aug. 13, 2013. Google play rating is 84.0212. Current verison is 2.4. Actual size 540.0 KB.

Download chemistry-assistant-free.apk 540.0 KB

26 Comments

izack serrano

Very Helpful application . It answers all my question in chem. =)

# Sq_One

Excellent periodic table reference and useful conversion tools ...but the help section could use some work. Perhaps include information that elaborates on what atomic and covalent radius is.

James Walker

Nice but missing information Admittedly "Chemistry assistant" could mean anything, but I have an icon changer so its not a big problem. Well made, I love it! Also, I have only just noticed (as of 23/8/13) that there is no category for electron arrangement (e.g. Chlorine is 2,8,7) other than the dot diagram of the shells.

Soham Dongargaonkar

Excellent Thanks a lot for noting my suggestion and adding general oxidation numbers! Now I have no complaints with this app. The layout and UI is mind blowing, and it's true this is the only holo periodic table app on Play. I can't bear gingerbread themed apps. Thanks a lot for this. You've done amazing work :)

Ishan Sharma

Periodic table I am unable to find periodic table innthis app. Please help me.....

A Google User

Loads so slow Good ui great idea but poor loading of atomic structure

Ashley Hernandez

AWESOME Love this app. Such a life saver. Honestly omg

Jon Simmonds

Good ap I like it only problem is that I am new at the periodic table and I dont understand the colour coding and the z = and a= Perhaps an update with the meanings so a idiot like me could understand :p

Raffi Shahbazian

Some more conversions Adding a ton more coversions to the volume would more helpful than just ml to liters.

Kumail Naqvi

Love the design To me what really matters is the app design and I have bot seen any perodic app that comes close to this one's design. Will definitely buy the paid version!!!

Cory Miller

Not enough information Does not show periodicity

David Hodgson

Clean Nice and simple list of the elements.

Barend Stapelberg

Wtf? (NH4)2SO4 molar mass cannot be calculated

Rohail Shah

Simplistic And awesome

Luis Garcia

Works like a charm I can tell the dev is working hard on this. It's constantly getting updated.

Connor Shea

Love it! It has great functionality, all my problems have been fixed but I'd still like a "Periodic Table" button in the Overflow menu for when the device is orientation locked

Shreyas Sood

Great Great.. Maybe a grid view could do. And search should start with a capital letter I would say.

Kris Smith

Great app! Very useful to a chemistry student.

Adam Webb

Nice, but needs a functional table. The layout of the table is useful, and would be nice to have more than just an image of it. Being able to view the tiles on the table would be nice.

odesho mirza

Great All it needs is to get some holo and we are set. Like the top left acting as a back button, but the app is great so far.

Mirzan Azlan

Beautiful UI, great functionality This thing is amazing. As someone just starting to learn chem and stuff this is a great tool. Recommending it to all my friends.

Luis Oliverio Ambriz Garcia

Awesome Looks pretty simple and useful.

Chris Kay

Great design and excellent content I have no idea why this isn't more popular. This app is designed so well. This app is perfect at what it does. The conversions only make it better.

Brian Pope

Awesome app Some small issues, but I love it so far. I would combine the options to calculate mass and moles so you don't have to switch inbetween the two to figure out moles.

Jamal Smith

Love it, and it looks beautiful. It helps especially since I'm in a chemistry class right now.

A Google User

Loads so slow Good ui great idea but poor loading of atomic structure

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