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Periodic Table Chemistry

A fantastic Periodic Table on all your Apple devices

A fantastic Periodic Table on all your Apple devices

Periodic Table Chemistry

by Hugo Pinon
Periodic Table Chemistry
Periodic Table Chemistry
Periodic Table Chemistry
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Periodic Table Chemistry Apple Watch App
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What is it about?

A fantastic Periodic Table on all your Apple devices.

Periodic Table Chemistry

App Details

Version
3.0.2
Rating
NA
Size
32Mb
Genre
Education Utilities
Last updated
September 17, 2016
Release date
July 24, 2015
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App Store Description

A fantastic Periodic Table on all your Apple devices.
Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, iPhone and iPad.

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Best App in USA, United Kingdom and Australia.

Modern · Scientific · Beautiful · Elegant · Minimalist

Periodic Table Chemistry is for you, for geeks, for nerds, for science lovers, for chemists and mad geniuses. We believe that the New Apple TV and Apple Watch will be a great tool for science and education. Dmitri Mendeleev's a genius who created the best invention for chemical science: the periodic table. This great masterpiece of this genius is now available on Apple TV and Apple Watch, in addition to the classic devices: Mac, iPhone and iPad. Chemistry is everywhere!

Making Chemistry easier:

Periodic Table
· Atomic Number.
· Atomic Mass.
· Valence.
· Oxidation States.
· Electronegativity.
· Density.
· Melting Point.
· Boiling Point.

Focus Mode
· Normal.
· Radioactive.
· Atomic Radius.
· Ion Radius.
· Electron Affinity.
· Polyatomic Ions.
· Acid Oxides.
· Base Oxides.
· Amphoteric Oxides.
· Alkaline Metals.
· Earth Metals.
· Transition Metals.
· Basic Metals.
· Metalloids.
· Nonmetals.
· Halogens.
· Noble Gas.
· Lanthanide.
· Actinide.


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