- Works offline
- Suggests formula as you type
- Google Search
- Customize your values
- Tablet friendly (Compatible with tablets)
- Dark/Light theme
- From Hydrogen (element 1) up to Roentgenium (element 111)
Molar mass values from:
- Alberta - Chemistry Data Booklet (Updated 2010) Alberta gov.
- IUPAC - Update 2011 [http://www.chem.qmul.ac.uk/iupac/AtWt/]
A must have for chemists and chemistry students!
This application calculate for you the molar mass of a chemical compound.
Just enter your formula in the first text field and click the "Calculate" button.
Here are some examples:
It has chemical calculator able to balance chemical equations of various difficulties. It also has a built in periodic table and can perform stoichiometry. Chemistry students might also find the list of formulas and polyatomic ions useful. Finally, it has has a formula evaluator for the gas laws, and a molar mass calculator, with useful conversions.
-Balance chemical equations
-Perform stoichiometric calculations
-Evaluate gas laws
-Chart of Polyatomic ions
-Molar Mass Calculator
-List of formulas
The periodic table of the chemical elements is a tabular display of the chemical elements. Although precursors to this table exist, its invention is generally credited to Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869, who intended the table to illustrate recurring ("periodic") trends in the properties of the elements. The layout of the table has been refined and extended over time, as new elements have been discovered, and new theoretical models have been developed to explain chemical behavior.
- The periodic table (zoomable and in some devices pinch-zoomable)
- Descriptions and illustrations of the elements (touch element for information)
The following properties are displayed for each element if the value is currently known by science.
Group, Standard atomic weight
Electrons per shell
Phase, Density (near r.t.)
Heat of fusion
Heat of vaporization
Specific heat capacity (25 ∞C)
Van der Waals radius
Electrical resistivity (20 ∞C)
Thermal conductivity (300 K)
Thermal expansion (25 ∞C)
Speed of sound (thin rod)
CAS registry number
Note: Ad supported application. For ad free version buy Elements - Periodic Table Pro
Now with buyable Pro-upgrade!
There are the following features:
- pKa-equation for weak acids
- pKb-equation for weak bases
- Thermodynamics (Ideal gas, Boyle, Lussac)
- Unit converter for several units
- Equation to calculate dilutions
- Tools for preparing solutions
- Tool to calculate solubility of a compound
- Tool to calculate amount of substance from mass percent
- Molecule weight calculator
- Periodic table with information about every element and links to external sources
- Reference tables for physical constants, reduction potentials, solubility products, pKa- and pKb-values and SI-Prefixes
Upgrade to Pro-version to support the development and get more reference data!
- Use a great variety of units within the tools, without converting them individually!
- Choose your preferred unit for temperatures and radii in the periodic table
- Atomic, covalent and van-der-Waals radii
- Ionization energies
- More reduction potentials
- More pka- and pKb-values
- More solubility products
Tablets are fully supported!
If you have any questions or suggestions for additional content, please contact me.
With 300+ formulas, Formula Bank is application that is a collection of formulas for mathematics, physics and chemistry. This application contains formulas for,
*NOTE: If you have any problems or want me to add something, then email me. I would love to help you.
It's currently in it's beta stage but more updates are to come soon. This app's goal is to make Chemistry learning easier than before. With an easy-to-use interface and long term support, even Elementary students are able to use it.
The current features are as follow:
- Gas Law Calculators
- Periodic Table
- Unit Converter
- Molar Mass
- Quiz Mode
- Element View cards
- Ability to show and explain work
- Element Search describing it's properties
- Settings to set your preferences
- App to SD support
- No ads!
Future updates will include:
- More units
- Tablet Optomization
- Flash cards
- Learn by sections
- Custom section quiz
- Formula list
- Chemical Equation Balancing
- More redesigns and speed optomizations
... and more!
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Best periodic table of chemical elements. Chemistry in your pocket.
1) 118 elements
2) Atomic, thermodynamic, material, electromagnetic, nuclear properties and reactivity for each element
3) Electron shell diagram for each element
4) Like Holo interface
5) Solubility chart
Our periodic table has or had first place on Education section on hungarian, czech, russian Google Play. Our periodic table has or had a badge "App Week" in following countries: Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary. Thank to Google and our users.
Ranked No 1 app in U.K, U.S, India, Singapore, Hongkong, South Korea, Australia and Brazil for its quick reference.
The periodic table is a tabular display of the chemical elements, organized on the basis of their properties. Elements are presented in increasing atomic number. The main body of the table is a 18 × 7 grid, with gaps included in to keep elements with similar properties together, such as the halogens and the noble gases. These gaps form four distinct rectangular areas or blocks. The f-block is not included in the main table, but rather is usually floated below, as an inline f-block would make the table impractically wide. The periodic table accurately predicts the properties of various elements and the relations between properties. As a result, it provides a useful framework for analyzing chemical behavior, and is widely used in chemistry and other sciences.
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Please consider reviewing or commenting; reviews and comments help us decide what features to add next! If you want to see something, don't stay quiet; chances are, someone else wants it, too!
The app provides four features. The first is a Periodic Table of the Elements, which is color-coded for different element types. You can tap each square to get basic info, or tap its full name to get the data sheet on it.
The second is a mass calculator, that allows you to input any formula, such as "Al(SO4)3", and receive the relative atomic mass of such a compound. Additionally, typing in the name of a single element (such as "Hydrogen") will yield the mass of that element.
ChemPal also provides an elementary Reaction Balancer, including electrons (and compound charges)!
Finally, you can browse a list of all elements in the periodic table and view their name, elemental index, and weight. By tapping on one, you access our third feature, the elemental data sheet, which provides weight, density, boiling point, melting point, electron configurations, and more. Also provides a link to Wikipedia.
If you are an international user and notice any errors in translations (my native language is English), please either write a review or email me--I'd like to eliminate these errors as soon as possible!
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More features are on the way! Comments and reviews help us provide better updates in the future.
The Periodic Table Educalabs facilitates the understanding of periodic properties behavior of the elements through interactive 3D visualization.
It also allows for the three-dimensional observation of atomic model of each element and its corresponding electron configuration.
This Periodic Table is part of Educalabs, an groundbreaking platform for educational apps.
Visit our website at www.educalabs.com and find further information about the Educalabs Platform.
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Test yourself by comparing your score with the best ranked online and become a master of chemistry!
- 29 levels of difficulty,
- at every level there are 20 - 25 chemical elements,
- for levels 1, 7, 13, 19, 25 select chemical symbol based on the name of the chemical element,
- for levels 2, 8, 14, 20, 26 select correct atomic number of the chemical element,
- for levels 3, 9, 15, 21 select proper group of the chemical element,
- for levels 4, 10, 16, 22, 27 select proper period of the chemical element,
- for levels 5, 11, 17, 23, 28 select proper block of the chemical element,
- for levels 6, 12, 18, 24, 29 select the name of the chemical element on the basis of the chemical symbol,
- ranking of top players.
The names of chemical elements are available in 36 languages (depending on the language settings on the phone):
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