I just finished high school and I got this app to review for chem in college and I think it is amazing. It is really helpful for reviewing old topics, testing knowledge, or even finding things that you need to review. I would even recommend it to someone going through chem in highschool right now. PS My favorite part is the water fountain in the hall.
Great app which let me to learn extra reactions and know more about mechanisms which doesn't being taught at school. I appreciate this app and I would like to introduce this app to my fellows. I will be waiting for the next surprising updates. But this app has just a little problem: Some words are misspelled and I hope they can be corrected.
Best Organic Chemistry App. I justed finished all the levels and they were amazing. The last level especially was exhilarating. And it would be better is transition states are shown in dotted bonds. And need more reactions. Like canizarro Williamson hvz and alpha carbon chemistry
Nice so far, even though I'm only at the beginning. Two things: introduction, chapter 8, question 2. A ball flying trough the air has potential energy as well as kinetic energy. Ionic bonds, chapter 1, last question: "When Cl gives up its electron it becomes..." but Cl does not give up its electron (and even if it did it would become Cl+, but the answer you suggest is Cl-).
Great learning tool I really enjoy using this app. The gen chem section is great to freshen up and review core chemistry principles. The mechanisms in the organic chemistry section have good explanations and I feel like I'm actually learning and not just memorizing steps. Highly recommend to anyone who needs a little extra study practice or just wants to refresh their memory on principles and reactions.
Mistake I'm a senior chemistry teacher going through the questions as I was thinking of using it for my courses. Introduction chapter 8 asks the SI unit for energy. Though it says "calorie" the correct answer is the Joule. Please change this. I'm going to check out other sections on a casual basis and update if I see errors.
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