Periodic Table: Chemistry 2022 4+

Chemistry in your phone‪!‬

Nikita Chernykh

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 2.4K Ratings
    • Free

Description

In the Periodic Table application you will find a huge amount of data about chemical elements for free. You will learn a lot of new and useful for yourself, no matter you are a schoolboy, student, engineer, housewife or a person of any other provisions that does not have a refresher to Chemistry.

The chemistry falls into to number of the most important sciences and is one of the main school objects.
Its studying begins with the Periodic Table. Interactive approach to a training material is more effective than classical. As in it technologies which became the family for the modern pupils are used.

Periodic Table - is a free application for iPhone which displays the entire Periodic Table at startup interface. The table has a long-form approved by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) as the core. Besides the Periodic Table of chemical elements, you can use the Table of solubility.

- When you click on any element provides information that is constantly updated.
- For most of the items have an image.
- For more information, there are direct links to Wikipedia for each item.
- Table solubility
- To find any element you can use the search. The search engine is not choosy to the registry or writing style search.
- You can sort the items in 10 categories:
• Alkaline earth metals
• Other nonmetals
• Alkali metals
• Halogens
• Transition metals
• Noble gases
• Semiconductor
• Lanthanides
• Metalloids
• Actinides
Elements of the selected category will be listed in the search results and are highlighted in the table on the main application screen.

What’s New

Version 0.1.120

- Improved Solubility Table
- Improved item names on some of them.
- Better display of item photos
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings

ComradeCheekiBreeki ,

Nothing really to fault

I don’t really write reviews for App Store apps, but I felt like I had to for this one. Sure, it’s a simple periodic table, but there is so much more information than any physical one could tell you. The amount of extra information just given out in the free version (the extended theoretical elements, the electron shell configurations, average cost per USD, atmospheric distribution, etc etc) is so astounding I’m kind of afraid to see what the pro version can offer. It’s beautiful, responsive, easy to use, and unlike many other free “utility” apps, doesn’t restrict access to critical features! You’re not constantly hounded to buy the full version, and there is so much in the free one that it’s perfectly fine by itself as a study aid. I will buy the pro version in the future, however, if for no other reason than to support the app and developer.

100% must download (and buy) for anyone in a chemistry class or profession

Developer Response ,

Hello! Thank you for your feedback, I am very pleased to read these words about the application I work on every day.
I will try to make the application even better, more beautiful and more informative.
Follow the updates, the app keeps getting better and better every time!
P.S. Check out our new widgets

Gamerguy217 ,

Great App - A few suggestions

The app is solid, no question, but a few things that I noticed could be improved:

-Display electron configurations in SPDF format in addition to KLNM format. If someone is used to one or their schoolwork requires one, the other isn’t especially useful.

-Allow the entire table to be seen at once. I’m not sure if it’s just my model (iPad 5), but only part of the table is visible at any one time, and I need to scroll around a bit to see everything. This just seems like an odd oversight to me.

Developer Response ,

Hello! Thank you for your feedback, I am glad that you are using my application, I will try to make it better, more informative and more beautiful.
Stay tuned, with each update the application is getting better and better

Stageon ,

Sweet like C12 H22 O11 😊!!!

I’ve just downloaded this FREE periodic table for chemistry and so far I love what I see. The dark mode, the elegant layout, and loads of IUPAC approved information that I can trust. Thank you, Nikita!

I’m wondering what is in paid PRO version beyond is here? I’m a physicist by training and I can think of an entire textbook or 5Gb sized app worth of information about the Standard Model, and other esoteric stuff only particle physicists care about.

But no app is going to replace reference books and internet sites, journals, forums, and so on – of course. If I may ask, then, what does the extra three bucks for the PRO app have that is missing from the free version? Thank you for considering my question.

Five Star App all the way! Free! Just get it! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Developer Response ,

Good afternoon! Thanks for such a great review.
Differences PRO version of FREE:
- More interactive tables
- Continuous addition of new application information elements
- More information about the additional elements
- Conductivity
- Electric type
- Magnetic type
- Bulk magnetic susceptibility
- Specific magnetic susceptibility
- Temperature Superconductivity
- Color of the item
- Density
- Refractive Index
- Coefficient of thermal conductivity
- Electronegativity
- Valence
- Radioactivity
- Half life
- Molar volume
and much more

App Privacy

The developer, Nikita Chernykh, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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