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Chemical Pal (or ChemPal), the Chemical Resource, is an app designed to allow students and professionals to get information about chemical data in day-to-day chemistry and education.
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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!
To submit a bug: http://goo.gl/0BfvGy
More features are on the way! Comments and reviews help us provide better updates in the future.
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