Introducing Chem Pro, the chemistry tutor in your pocket, and the only resource you will need to excel in AP Chemistry or General Chemistry this year. Chem Pro features an exclusive lesson library containing a total of 80 videos that cover the entire course of AP and General Chemistry. See what thousands of high school and college students across the world have been raving about. This life saving app is now available on Android!
Lessons: Struggling in your current chemistry course? Perhaps you need to review some material for an upcoming exam? Chem Pro contains over 31 hours of lesson videos, which makes it the perfect companion to have after you step out of the classroom. These lessons are dedicated to teaching students how to solve problems, the most important skill to master in order to excel in chemistry. In the videos, students are shown problems that are solved stepwise at a slow and easy to follow pace. The lessons don't just cover one example problem per topic, they cover all the possible problem scenarios that you would encounter in your homework or in an exam. Every topic is covered, from calculating molar masses to drawing Lewis structures to equilibrium. The first 10 lessons are bundled with the app for free and if you wish to continue learning, you can purchase and download the next pack of topics. Lesson videos are downloaded and saved to your device so you don't have to stream anything on the go. You can truly learn whenever and wherever you go.
Flash Cards: Chem Pro contains nine sets of flash cards specifically designed for what any student needs to memorize for a standard chemistry course. With these flash cards, you can easily memorize the 40 basic elements, the 21 common polyatomic ions, the common acid names, chemical colors (specifically for the AP Exam), and the 13 VSEPR molecular geometries. Simply select what you would like to memorize from the list of flash cards to begin memorizing. Just tap on each flash card and it flips around to show you the answer. Swipe back and forth to go to the previous or next card. It's that simple! What's even better is that every time you go to a flash card set, it automatically shuffles the order of the cards so that you can quiz yourself to make sure you know the material. This great feature can save you hours of time making index cards to memorize tedious chemistry concepts.
Chem Pro will not only teach you chemistry in a way you won't find in the classroom, but also provide you with several time saving tools you will love to use. Download and find out for yourself today!
If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
-Mass, Moles, Mr calculator
-Concentration, Moles, Volume calculator
-Moles of gas, Volume of gas
-Boyle's Law calculator
-Ar data sheet for elements up to Radon
I'm a BSc Biological and Medicinal Chemistry student and this app will be regularly updated to include more features.
Please email email@example.com for any compatibility issues or bugs.
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Match the tilesets based on rules of basic chemistry! Practice and reinforce basic concepts, including:
-Matching elemental names to symbols
-Naming polyatomic ions
-Assigning oxidation numbers
-Learning electronic configurations
-Understanding metric prefixes.
Also featuring Classic Mahjong tiles and board for taking a break between studying!
The app has a fully functioning periodic table with detailed information about each element!
We hope to add more and more features to the app as time goes along! Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org about any suggestions or comments!
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
There are 110 flip cards that deal with naming of organic compounds.
You can also search for a particular compound and learn its naming!
The compounds included are “(Benzene), (Methylbenzene or Toluene), (1, 2 – Dimethylbenzene or o - Xylene), (1, 3 – Dimethylbenzene or m-Xylene), (1, 4 – Dimethylbenzene or p-Xylene), (1, 3, 5 – Trimethylbenzene or Mesitylene), (Ethylbenzene), (2 – Propylbenzene or Isopropylbenzene or Cumene), (Ethenylbenzene or Styrene vinylbenzene or phenylethylene), (1 – Propenylbenzene or - Methylstyrene), (3 – Propenylbenzene or Allybenzene), (Ethynylbenzene or Phenylacetylene), (1 – Propynylbenzene or - Methylphenylacetylene), (3 – Propynylbenzene or Propargylbenzene or Benzylacetylene), (Naphthalene), (Anthracene), (Phenanthrene), (Phenyl), (Benzyl), (Benzal), (Benzo), (2 - Tolyl or o-Toyly), (3-Tolyl or m-Tolyl), (4-Tolyl or p-Tolyl), (Chlorobenzene), (1, 2 - Dichlorobenzene or o-Dichlorobenzene), (1, 3 - Dichlorobenzene or m-Dichlorobenzene), (1, 4 - Dichlorobenzene or p-Dichlorobenzene), (Phenylchloromethane or Benzyl chloride), (Phenyldichloromethane or Benzal chloride), (Phenyltrichloromethane or Benzotrichloride), (1 - Chloro - 2 – phenylethene or - Phenylethyl chloride), (1 - Bromo - 3 – phenylpropane or - Phenypropyl bromide), (1 - Chloro - 2 – phenylethene or - Chlorostyrene), (3 - Bromo - 1 – phenylpropene or Cinnamyl bromide), (Phenol), (2 – Methylphenol or o-Cresol), (3 – Methylphenol or m-Cresol), (4 – Methylphenol or p-Cresol), (Benzene - 1, 2 – diol or Catechol), (Benzene - 1, 3 – diol or Resorcinol), (Benzene - 1, 4 – diol or Hydroquinone or Quinol), (Benzene - 1, 2, 3 – triol or Pyrogallo), (Benzene - 1, 2, 4 – triol or Hydroxyquinol), (Benzene - 1, 3, 5 – triol or Philoroglucinol), (Phenylmethanol or Benzyl alcohol), (2-Phenylethanol or - Phenylethyl alcohol), (1 – Phenylethanol or - Phenyethyl alcohol), (Methoxybenzene or Anisole or Methyl phenyl ether), (Ethoxybenzene or Phenetote or Ethyl phenyl ether), (Phenoxybenzene or Diphenyl ether), (Benzaldehyde), (2 – Hydroxybenzaldehyde or Salicylaldehyde), (Phenylethanal or Phenylacetaldehyde), (3 – Phenylpropanal or - Phenylpropionaldehyde), (1 – Phenylethanone or Acetophenone or Methyl phenyl ketone), (Diphenylmethanone or Benzophenone or Diphenyl ketone), (1 – Phenylpropanone or Propiophenone), (Nitrobenzene), (1, 3 - Dinitrobenzene or m-Dinitrobenzene), (2 - Nitrotoluene or o-Nitrotoluene), (4 – Nitrophenol or p-Nitrophenol), (2, 4, 6 – Trinitrophenol or Picric acid), (2, 4, 6 - Trinitrotoluene (T.N.T.)), (Benzenamine or Aniline), (4 – Methylbenzenamine or p - Toluidine), (Benzene - 1, 2 – diamine or o - Phenylenediamine), (N – Methylbezenamine or N - Methylaniline), (N, N – Dimethylbenzenamine or N, N - Dimethylaniline), (N – Phenylbenzenamine or Diphenlamine), (Phenylmethanamine or Benzylamine), (2 – Phenylethanamine or - Phenylethylamine), (Benzenediazonium chloride), (Benzenediazonium hydrogen sulphate), (Benzonitrile or Phenyl cyanide), (Benzyl cyanide), (Phenylacetonitrile), (Phenyl isocyanide or Phenyl carbylamine), (Benzoic acid or Benzenecarboxylic acid), (2 - Methylbenzoic acid or o - Toluic acid) etc..etc..”
Users of the Jmol Molecular Visualization Activity can download and investigate on their Android tablet over 60,000 biomolecular structures directly from the Protein Data Bank (PDB) by keyword or PDB ID and over 40,000,000 unique structures from the National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute (NIH/NCI) using a wide variety of chemical identifiers, including CAS registry numbers, InChI keys, trade names, common names, and IUPAC-format names, among others. (For a full list, see http://cactus.nci.nih.gov/chemical/structure.) Files from any other internet-available site that can be read by Jmol may also be loaded.
The Jmol Molecular Visualization Activity is a nearly full touch-screen implementation of Jmol allowing for command-line entry of Jmol commands (see http://chemapps.stolaf.edu/jmol/docs) as well as a variety of preset simple visualization modes. Additional renderings include a full range of visualizations for crystals (unit cells, symmetry operators, Miller planes, for example), a wide variety of surfaces including Van der Waals surfaces, solvent-accessible surfaces, cavities, and molecular surfaces, and atomic and molecular orbitals.
Special features of the Android version of Jmol include a connection to the gyroscope, allowing for initiating of spinning by simply moving the tablet in a natural fashion (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPwvCmD5IDg and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7uOkhoJ0Oc).
This activity is under active development. Feedback is much appreciated.
This application displays and allows you to interact (using the touchscreen to rotate) with a 3D molecular model of your choice.
You can choose a 3D model of the available molecules and interact with it by hitting the screen.
Furthermore, for each molecular model, there is information about it, you can consult.
If you want to watch a 3D model of molecules such as O2, N2, Ozone ... Do not waste time and try it!
Students hear the name of an organic molecule or fact spoken and choose the matching photo. They then hear more information which they will need to answer subsequent questions. After six right in a row, Race Mode starts automatically. It asks questions at speed to test the students' memory and comprehension of the molecules and facts just covered, before continuing with new molecules and facts. At the end of the race, students can see how well they have done relative to their other races. The game gradually focuses on any molecules and facts that the students have difficulty recognizing, and speeds up as competence is gained.
By contrast to Race Mode, Story Mode slowly introduces new organic molecules by saying them as the photos are shown, allowing students to quietly look, listen and learn.
The game is controlled by on-screen gestures which are simple to demonstrate and easy to use, and the game can be played without voice prompts.
* 34 diagrams of 34 organic molecules
* Rotations and reflections of each molecule
* Spoken facts
* Race Mode tests memory and comprehension against the clock
* Story Mode allows students to look, listen and learn
* Slideshow Mode displays all the molecules and facts in alphabetical order
* Zoom and Pan Mode magnifies the images to see more detail
* Easy on-screen gestures to control the game
* Context-sensitive help
The paid version of this app has much higher resolution photos than the free version. The free version has lower resolution photos and does contain advertising but no push advertising. No internet connection is required.
* Balance Me! – Solve the missing coefficients to balance chemical equations. LITE has 50 unique equations
* Elements Challenge - Random questions about elements
* Fully interactive Periodic Table
* Compound Glossary – LITE has details for 150 chemical compounds
== About ==
NDKmol is a molecular viewer for Android. You can view three dimensional structures of proteins, nucleic acids and small molecules. NDKmol supports most of common representations for molecules, such as ribbon, trace, stick, sphere and line. NDKmol also supports symmetry operations; biological assemblies and crystal packing can be displayed. You can search and download structures from RCSB PDB and NCBI Pubchem.
NDKmol has almost same functionality as GLmol, which is written in
== Features ==
* Read PDB or SDF/MOL file
* Rotate/Translate/Zoom model by finger
- Sphere(van der Waals radius)
- Alpha carbon trace
- Ribbon (Thin or Thick)
- B factor tube
- Nucleic acid ladder
- Nucleic acid line
- solvent 'stars'
* Smoothing of beta-sheets
- By chain
- By secondary structure(when defined in SHEET/HELIX records)
- By Elements
- Gradation (a.k.a chainbow)
- B factor
- Display unit cell
- Show crystal packing (when defined in REMARK section)
- Display biological assembly (when defined in REMARK section)
== How to Use ==
When launched, NDKmol automatically loads Porin (PDBID: 2POR) as an example. You can rotate the molecule by your finger.
To zoom or translate the molecule, press MENU button in your phone/tablet and select the mode. Two-finger gestures are also supported.
Everything else can be done from the MENU.
To load other PDB files, please put the file in "PDB" directory of the SD card and select "Open" command in the MENU. You can also download structures directly from RCSB PDB and NCBI PubChem web server. Select "Search and Download" in the menu.
== Contact ==
Project website is located at http://webglmol.sourceforge.jp/ . You can get source codes for this program from here.
=== LICENSE notice ===
NDKmol itself is licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License as follows.
However, PDB files included as examples are under DIFFERENT conditions.
NDKmol - Molecular Viewer for Android
(C) Copyright 2011, biochem_fan
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
Make sure to check out my other chemistry app, Molecule Viewer 3D.
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Future upgrades to layout, and save features are in process of being added.
I currently am a college student working in my free time on creating some apps. The goal of this one is to get the feel of drawing interfaces/ working on an AI.
NOTE: I know the comp is easy, right now it just places them at random, though I have been working on a harder AI, and hope to have it out some time.
Please feel free to email me with tips/ ideas, everything is appreciated! :-)