Download Chemistry Helper - Ad Free apk 1.0.13 free for Android smartphone

17 Oct
Chemistry Helper - Ad Free

Posted by Adam Hogan in Education | Oct. 17, 2012 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 862.0 KB

A simple app designed as a quick reference for chemistry students. Includes a periodic table with links to wikipedia, a tool to calculate molecular masses of compounds (with a button at the top to perform simple grams/moles calculations, calculate mass percents and do stoichiometry with that compound), a table of polyatomic ions, constants, solubility rules, tools for calculating molarity and volume of solutions, tools for converting between units commonly used in chemistry, compound lookup that links to major chemical search engines (and wikipedia, of course), a table of reduction potentials, organic chemistry functional groups, IR, H1 NMR and C13 NMR spectroscopy tables and a table with common ligands.

Make sure to check out my other chemistry app, Molecule Viewer 3D.

Please download and try the free, ad supported version before buying. The features are and will be the same. Thanks for supporting me :)

As always, comment or email me with questions or concerns.

Whats new

    * Screen can now rotate freely
    * Moved formula tools to the main menu
    * Updated formula tools help text
    * Changed Caesium to Cesium
    * Added app2sd for android 2.2 users and above

Adam Hogan part of our Education and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Oct. 17, 2012. Google play rating is 86.6667. Current verison is 1.0.13. Actual size 862.0 KB.

Download chemistry-helper-ad-free.apk 862.0 KB


A Google User

I am a high school chemistry teacher. I am recommending this app for use in my courses. I am eager to see how helpful students find it!

A Google User

Life saver This is a life saver app when it comes to chemistry.

A Google User

Thanks for the super handy tool. Worth the dollar for your hard work :-)

A Google User

I would reccomend this app to any high school chemistry student. The lists were nicely done but the PT was pretty lame because it just gave wiki links

Steve Groven

High School Teacher This app is almost perfect, but I have students who use (shudder) iPhones rather than androids. Is there an equivalent app for such monstr. . .uh, iPhone?

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