Chemistry Periodic Table of Elements App

Chemistry Periodic Table of Elements App

Here is a great app for Students taking Chemistry called Quick Periodic Table of Elements. for Students in High School and College, we know that Chemistry is a required course to take and also pass. Teachers and Professors do indeed test you on your knowledge of the Periodic table. Here is a great app to have as a quick reference to aid you. This App offers rapid access to 4 different kinds of periodic tables. Each element can be viewed separately in more detail and the user has the option of accessing elements in different groups based on classification. A great app for Students and Teachers alike whom are looking for a quick reference of the periodic table without going through the hassle of opening a book or pulling out a sheet. This app makes a great resource to have to get all the information about any element in detail straight from your phone. The app even offers quick access to Wikipedia for more information. Available for Free, this app is sure to make a great reference for chemistry.

Chemistry Periodic Table of Elements App Description

Quick Elements offers rapid access to information on the elements useful for anyone in the sciences and engineering. Four periodic tables summarize a variety of information. Separate screens for all 118 elements provide 22 specific types of data. Access to that data is provided by a searchable list of elements that the user can organize by atomic number, symbol, or name.

Choose from four different Chemistry table views:

  • Groups: Elements are grouped into seven chemical categories
  • Class: Metals, Non-metals, and Metalloids
  • Representative Elements: Main-group elements grouped according to valence electron configuration
  • Orbital Blocks: Elements are grouped according to the highest-energy occupied orbital

Chemistry Element property data:

  • Atomic Properties
  • Chemical Properties
  • Mechanical Properties
  • Physical Properties

Quick Elements also features full access to Wikipedia articles for each individual element; most articles include a photograph of the element.

We are committed to adding new features and improving our application, so please let us know if you have suggestions or feedback! Email: quickchemistry@gmail.com

Cost: Free

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  • jill

    ugh chemistry is such a pain in the ***, with all the elements and and periodic symbols, this app really helps you learn them more quickly..that and its much lighter than carrying a textbook around lol