With FlAuMoQ you can find your inorganic ions quicker and easier. Starting with a pre-selection, then enter all your organoleptic analyses for Colour, Hygroscopicity, Solubility and Crystallinity, do your chemical test and plan your next steps based on an overview ranked by test fulfilment percentages. You can repeat and precise your tests, your selection, work with filters look up details for ion properties until you have found your ions or even ion combinations.
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- rely on the knowledge (in respect to data and processes) of experienced pharmacist
- rely on already researched data sources of ions, ion combinations, their details and properties
- use the pre-selection of ions (reduces the complexity) and with it limit the number of ions you consider in further tests. Furthermore the ions in the pre-selection are grouped into useful categories to better find and judge the relevance of the ion.
- do your tests e.g. on colour of the ion combination and enter your result. Only those colours that are possible for the preselected ions are offered (context sensitive display of data)
- find out which and how many ion combinations fulfil the property (e.g. Solubility In Water: Poor soluble) and see it graphically displayed in the details view. Furthermore find more information about an ion combinations in the details view (e.g. for AluminiumFluoride you find in the details view "Solubility In Water": Poorly soluble in water, acids and alkalis)
- all used lists support filtering for the information given in the list - quickly find the ion in doubt, search for common properties
- besides testing for properties like colour, you can also maintain the result of wet chemical tests in the app - and see how the result will change
- have a look at the ranked result working with probabilities to see which ion combinations and ions are most likely in your mixture
- change any of your findings independent of others and immediately see how this changes the probabilities - use an iterative maintaining approach
- profit from the translations in different languages - search for or work with your preferred terms: did you know that PotassiumAcetate means KaliumAcetat in german?