Spice up your chemistry on Android!
*Complete list of 118 elements
*Search by element name
*Detailed properties of each element
*History, Sources, Isotopes information about each element
The app is a mobile periodic table. Which is a tabular arrangement of the chemical elements, organized on the basis of their atomic numbers, electron configurations (electron shell model), and recurring chemical properties. Elements are presented in order of increasing atomic number (the number of protons in the nucleus).
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
Interactive elements table; see chemical properties.
Also includes a music video song to help you learn the elements of the periodic table!
See chemical element details including:
1/ 118 elements of Mendeleiv classification
2/ Table view or list view of elements
3/ Arrange element colors by blocks or categories
4/ Search elements by symbol or name
5/ Atomic, thermodynamic, material, electromagnetic, nuclear properties and reactivity for each element
6/ Electron shell diagram for each element
7/ Holo interface
8/ Wikipedia details for each element
9/ Video details for each element
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In addition, we also included to remember the chemical symbol games.
This app has a colorful design.
Is recommended for those who enjoy watching and I hope you remember the chemical symbol.
This application supports English and Japanese.
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･Touch the Elements
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･Element data view
Have been included basic information about the atomic symbol, and with a brief description of any element.
You can see and touch the data element symbol periodic table.
Category is also colorful and legible.
How well is your knowledge about the chemical elements. Do you known the abbreviation for oxygen or gold?
What you already know and where your gaps are, shows you this quiz. The quiz contains all known elements, and information about their properties.
Test your knowledge now!
- The game is divided into 8 levels of difficulty.
- Each level contains 15 questions.
- Each question has four possible answers are provided.
- For wrong answer you get 3 seconds penalty.
- Higher level can only be achieved if the lower level has been played less than 45 seconds.
- Registration of personal time on the leaderboard .
- Vibration ( On / Off) .
- Sound ( On / Off )
- Time ( On / Off)
Great for Chemistry and other science majors.
Features include: -
* Periodic Table of Elements view
* Element Details view
* Wikipedia link to the element
* Search elements based on symbol, element name or atomic number
* Filter elements list.
and much more...
This is a free and fully featured version of Elements Rule! application.
Choose a chemical element from the periodic table and view its:
* Atomic Number
* Atomic Weight (A.U)
* Ionization Energy (e.V.)
* Electron Affinity
* Mulliken Electronegativity
* Pauling Electronegativity
* Ground State Electron Configuration
* Discovered in
* Natural State at S.T.P
Also view the common name and chemical name for some chemical compounds.This app will also be a handy reference for playing our chemistry memory game.
Paired with either paper or wood blocks that are inscribed with the symbols of 36 elements from the periodic table, this app will instantly transform a simple, inanimate object into dynamic, dimensional, 4D representations of each element.
Designed by DAQRI, the Elements 4D app enables you to:
• Interact with 36 amazing, naturally-occurring elements and learn their names, what they look like, and their atomic weights
• Learn unique, fun facts about each element
• Combine two elements together and see how they react, including the catalyst, resulting compound and chemical equation
• Get inspired about chemistry!
About Elements 4D
Elements 4D was successfully funded on Kickstarter in July 2013. The DAQRI-designed interactive wooden blocks are now available for purchase at http://elements4d.daqri.com/.
You can also use the app with papercraft blocks that you can print out for free and make at home. Just download the following images and follow the folding instructions to create your own papercraft blocks at http://elements4d.daqri.com/documents/elements-blocks-all.pdf.
To get started, aim the app viewfinder at either a paper or wood Elements 4D interactive block and watch it come to life. Next, introduce a second block into view, put them together, and see how they react!
A simplified electron shell diagram helps students see how the electron configuration affects what family an element belongs to.
A 'details' screen includes information a chemistry student needs, along with a brief explanation of the name, symbol, and family - typically the items young students are most curious about.
This app will run on a Kindle Fire and devices with larger screens.
The programme "Analytic Geometry" for Android™ is a flexible system designed for representing geometrical objects (on an OpenGL basis) in a rotatable 3d coordinate system, using parallel or central projection.
The programme supports the following objects: Point, vector, line segment, straight line, circle, ellipse, rectangular solid, tetrahedron, pyramid, prism, sphere, cone, cylinder and torus.
Distances and intersections can be calculated for the most often used combinations of objects. The objects resulting from these calculations are added to the scene and are adapted automatically, when one of the initial objects changes.
Also the elementary level of calculations is included. 2 vectors can be tested for collinearity or 3 vectors for linear indepency. In addition linear combinations of vectors can be drawn.
As a bonus, the graph of a function of two variables and that of a function in parametric form can be added to the scene.
There is the option to show an object's data in a portion of the screen.
Of course, the whole scene can be saved and reloaded.
Those of you interested in mathematics outside the educational sector, too, will enjoy the capabilities of the programme.
The emphasis is on a flexible representation of the scene as well as on the calculations of distances and intersections.
We have added a learning aid, that introduces the basic definitions and concepts of analytic geometry.
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NaN Geometry Solver is the most advanced application for solving geometry problems. There is a complete solution delivered for each issue to satisfy every teacher or student.
The application solves every algebraic problem including those with:
you can also use parentheses, decimal numbers and Pi number.
An advanced validation of data entry allows you to find the errors quickly and corrects them for you immediately.
NaN Geometry Solver will calculate all the parameters of the figure, if you enter the necessary data. The order of data entry depends on you!
- Do you want to calculate a side of the square? No problem. Nan Geometry Solver will do it for you.
- Do you have an angle and a side of the right triangle? Perfect. Other values can be calculated.
None of your geometry tasks will be a problem now with NaN Geometry Solver. This application has very advanced, powerful and easy - to - use interface.
Additionally, it contains all the useful formulas which you will need to solve geometry tasks. But thats not enough! You do not have to figure it out how did you get a result. This application not only gives you the solution, it also shows you all the formulas which had been used. Pythagorean Theorem, sines and cosines are no longer a problem.
This application is able to do calculation on the following figures:
- equilateral triangle
- right triangle
- isosceles triangle
- triangle 30-60-90
- right trapezoid
- isosceles trapezoid
- regular hexagon
- regular tetrahedron
- square prism
- regular Pentagon
- Triangular prism
- inradius and circumradius of cube
- Square pyramid
- Triangular pyramid
- Thales' theorem
- Truncated cone
- Regular octagon
- Regular dodecagon
- Hexagonal prism
- Hexagonal pyramid
- You can calculate the inradius and circumradius on a square or an equilateral triangle
- Lots of formulas useful in solving tasks.
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DragonBox Algebra 5+ Is perfect for giving young children a head start in mathematics and algebra. Children as young as five can easily begin to grasp the basic processes involved in solving linear equations without even realising that they are learning. The game is intuitive, engaging and fun, allowing anyone to learn the basics of algebra at his or her own pace.
DragonBox Algebra 5+ covers the following algebraic concepts:
Suitable from age five and up, DragonBox Algebra 5+ gives young learners the opportunity to get familiar with the basics of equation solving.
DragonBox uses a novel pedagogical method based on discovery and experimentation. Players learn how to solve equations in a playful and colorfull game environment where they are encouraged to experiment and be creative. By manipulating cards and trying to isolate the DragonBox on one side of the game board, the player gradually learns the operations required to isolate X on one side of an equation. Little by little, the cards are replaced with numbers and variables, revealing the addition, division and multiplication operators the player has been learning throughout the game.
Playing does not require supervision, although parents can assist them in transferring learned skills into pen and paper equation solving. It is a great game for parents to play with their kids and can even give them an opportunity to freshen up their own math skills.
DragonBox was developed by former math teacher Jean-Baptiste Huynh and has been heralded as a perfect example of game-based learning. As a result, it is currently forming the basis of an extensive research project by the Center For Game Science at the University of Washington.
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* 200 puzzles
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Best Educational Game
2012 Fun and Serious Games Festival
Best Serious Mobile Game
2012 Serious Games Showcase & Challenge
App of the Year
Children’s App of the Year
Best Serious Game
9th International Mobile Gaming Awards (2012 IMGA)
2013 ON for Learning Award
Common Sense Media
Best Nordic Innovation Award 2013
2013 Nordic Game Awards
Editors choice award
Children’s Technology Review
DragonBox is making me reconsider all the times I’ve called an educational app "innovative."
Step aside sudoku, algebra is the primordial puzzle game
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Brilliant, kids don't even know that they are doing Math
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Awesome integration of algebra and gameplay!
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You will be surprised at how much you can learn in a few hours with this app.
Geeks With Juniors
* Positive and Negative signs
* Addition of Fractions (Common Denominators)
* Collection of Like Terms
DragonBox Algebra 12+ gives players a greater understanding of what mathematics is all about: objects and the relationships between objects.
This educational game targets children from the ages of 12 to 17 but children (or adults) of all ages can enjoy it. Playing doesn’t require supervision, although parents can enjoy playing along with their children and maybe even freshen up their own math skills.
DragonBox Algebra 12+ introduces all these elements in a playful and colorful world appealing to all ages.
The player learns at his/her own pace by experimenting with rules that are introduced gradually. Progress is illustrated with the birth and growth of a dragon for each new chapter.
Dr. Patrick Marchal, Ph.D. in cognitive science, and Jean-Baptiste Huynh, a high school teacher, created DragonBox Algebra 12+ as an intuitive, interative and efficient way to learn algebra.
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* 357 puzzles
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* Dedicated graphics and music for each chapter
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