Top Chemistry Apps to Help You Ace Your Chemistry Course

Chemistry may be one of the most difficult subjects out there but with technology’s magic, there are now better ways of learning, and eventually loving the subject. Not all of us are gifted with the prowess in Chemistry but the dawn of a new day is here. There are now apps we could use to help us understand Chemistry better.

1. Chemistry Mobile Free

This app is very helpful when it comes to balancing chemical equations. Even formulas may be evaluated. There is a periodic table where you could see information about different chemicals, a unit converter, and a molar mass calculator. This is a great tool for those who are just beginning to learn chemistry. It may be an equally effective tool for the experienced ones.

2. WolframAlpha

This app is not solely for chemistry but it is helpful for general sciences which taps chemistry as well. The information it contains is enough for you to know the basics of chemistry. It is basically like a supercomputer which could answer your questions. It costs $4 though but it is worth the price.

3. Chemistry Cheat Sheets Free

Aside from the version it has for physics, it now has something for us to learn chemistry. The layout is the same as usual and the information is plotted in a way that is easy to understand. Its interface is intuitive and easy to navigate. Don’t worry about information overload as it doesn’t take a chemistry major to understand what is written in the sheets.

4. Chemistry by WAGmob

This app also has a physics counterpart. Access a great deal of information using this app and in the end, test what you have learned by answering the quizzes. The app is easy to navigate and the information is easy to understand as well. There are graphs which makes it easier for the users to learn quickly. It has a sister app, Organic Chemistry by WAGmob which, as stated, is about organic chemistry.

5. Periodic Droid

The periodic table is the first step a student should conquer to learn chemistry. Some may even require memorization of the entire periodic table but it may not be that easy. The app allows the user to search for elements and learn about them. The app is easy to use and it allows you to search in Wikipedia about the specific elements. There are also quizzes to test how much you have learned.

Sources

  1. ACS Publications