very fun way to learn chemical reactions. wanting to learn but not exactly positive everything is accurate. you would have to spend a couple years mixing everything this game has to offer. i made a chemical reaction that made the color of the water transparent. if i knew exactly what the active compounds were, i would gladly share for others to discover. thank you for a really neat app. edit: would also like a drain option. allow it to remain open, could you maybe add the option for customized quick bar? would be helpful. also you could incorporate youtube videos demonstrating in-game chemical reactions. dont need voice and anyone could screen capture. just add on screen text. hope my suggestions are worthy.
What SHOULD I say? I love learning about chemicals and all that and everything just got better with Beaker. OK, bare with me. I am a kid. I have seen others comment saying that airmix doesn't work but why need airmix? That's just to connect some solutions. Overall there is nothing bad but on my BUSH tablet it just freezes
THIS IS A NICE APP BUT IF YOU ARE CLASSIFYING THIS AS AN EDUCATIONAL APP IT SHOULD ACTUALLY TEACH YOU SOMETHING. THERE SHOULD BE A TWO DIFFERENT MODES FOR THIS GAME - 1) TO LEARN NEW CHEMICAL REACTIONS THROUGH TUTORIALS AND 2)A SANDBOX MODE LIKE THIS ONE. ALSO, MANY OF THE ELEMENTS ARE ABSENT.
There are things that generally don't work, example being if you ever want to do the complete calcium carbonate cycle it just won't let you. However I love this app but would love to see a electrolysis option, it would be handy separating some solutions I've made.
Good reactions. The ones I tested out were accurate. I tried putting all the solids in with some bromine and it only froze a bit into the last page, and even then I could get most of the water out. Very good.
When liquid is produced in a reaction it glitches out in the beaker. And I think that precipitates formed in one should actually be there. Like copper ii chloride with aluminum added should create solid copper and aluminum nitrate
- Now you can tap on the info icon to look up chemical density, molar mass and solubility.
- Fixes an issue that prevents AirMix from connecting