Virtual Orbitals 3D Chemistry

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About this app

It is impossible to learn about the shapes of orbitals in a page which is 2D but the orbitals aren't 2D. Virtual Orbitals app helps you to visualize the shapes of the orbitals in 3D such that you can understand more and you can sort out your confusions.

This education app help the students to learn chemistry in a smarter way. Students can see the every parts of orbitals by rotating their fingers to screen.

Atoms included: Hydrogen, Helium, Lithium, Boron, Carbon, Oxygen, Neon, Sodium, Silicon, Potassium, Argon, Calcium, Zinc, Iron etc.
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Jan 3, 2018

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4.5
6.29K reviews
Shamba Chakraborty
June 6, 2020
It is a nice approach. More scope for improvement though exists. The animation in somewhat clumsy. And the overlapping of orbitals makes the atoms of the elements with higher Atomic Numbers very complex to visualise. And why can we only see the valence electrons? Why not the core ones too? Provide more theory. This app is very nice but can be better.
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A Google user
April 5, 2020
It helps to understand the orbitals more clearly. But still few improvements could be made, such as the box representation of electronic configuration can be included at the corner and when touching the electons from the box it should indicate in the diagram where the electrons are. So please do consider my request and upgrade these things.
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A Google user
August 25, 2019
This is really, by far, the best app for visualising orbitals in space in the easiest manner possible. A gentle addition of incorporating electrons step wise into the orbitals for higher elements can make it even more interactive and clear all misconceptions which one might have when we imagine or draw them in the plane of paper. Thank you.
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What's new

Fixed some minor bugs.