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  • Subject and Topic:
    • Chemistry - Chemistry Calculations
    • Chemistry - Organic Chemistry
    • Chemistry - Periodic table
  • Creator: Adam Hogan
  • Type: App
  • Language: English
  • Platform: Android
  • Price: Free
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Chemistry Helper

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adamhogan.android.chemtutor
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Description:

Chemistry Helper is a simple app designed as a quick reference for chemistry students. Includes a periodic table with links to Wikipedia, a tool to calculate molecular masses of compounds, a table of polyatomic ions, constants, solubility rules, tools for calculating molarity and volume of solutions, tools for converting between units commonly used in chemistry, compound lookup that links to major chemical search engines, a table of reduction potentials, organic chemistry functional groups, IR, H1 NMR and C13 NMR spectroscopy tables and a table with common ligands.


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  • Comprehensive app

    The app is comprehensive, the molar mass calculator is convenient. The NMR chemical shifts table enable users to identify functional groups in molecules as reference. The content is quite useful for university students.

  • Tips for using the product

    Users can try the organic reactions quiz to test their knowledge. The questions are quite challenging.