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.
Amazing concept, I never seen a quicker (and fun) way to check/explore reactions. I'd like to know how it works behind the scenes, and to understand how accurate it is. Downside, while it's a solid start, it has a long way to go to realize it's potential. So many UI things to tweak and improve, and it seems to just freeze and crash as a reaction gets going. I'll keep playing around with it, to see if I can get it to work better, but really looking forward to future iterations. I'd happily pay a premium app price for a version like I am imagining.
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
Yeah it's fun to geek out over it for about an hour, but it's basically just making more boring versions of chemical reactions. You can get more enjoyment out of watching videos about chemical reactions or better yet taking a chemistry class. The most use I can see anyone getting out of this app is for teachers to safely show younger students chemical reactions.
Great concept! The app is let down by some basic (no pun intended) chemistry issues. For example H2SO4 acts as an acid, but mixing SO3 and H2O does not yield it. Phosphorous auto ignites in air, but H2 and F2 mixed do nothing when in reality will react explosively even at cryogenic temperatures.
I really enjoy the aspect of playing around with different substances and making things explode, sizzle and change colour. Some things to fix: It frequently starts with a black screen and I have to restart it before it is functional. Some of the equations are mathematically unbalanced eg Zinc + HCl reaction. Oneplus 5
- 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
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