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Chemistry Solver for Reactions


- You can equate all chemical reactions
- You don’t need Internet connection
- Application contains theory that helps you explain your answer to teacher
- If you have made a mistake writing an equation, application shows your error

Recent changes:
What’s new (version 1.1):
- Interface improved: indexes are getting smaller directly at typing
- Formulas after balancing remain in the same order in both parts of reaction
- Parentheses without a number after are automatically removed
- Chapter “Theory” is added
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About Chemistry Solver for Reactions
- You can equate all chemical reactions
- You don’t need Internet connection
- Application contains theory that helps you explain your answer to teacher
- If you have made a mistake writing an equation, application shows your error

Recent changes:
What’s new (version 1.1):
- Interface improved: indexes are getting smaller directly at typing
- Formulas after balancing remain in the same order in both parts of reaction
- Parentheses without a number after are automatically removed
- Chapter “Theory” is added

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A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
Make more
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
its very Easy
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
Best The best chemistry application
A Google User
Sep 15, 2014
No chemical balance guidelines When entering NaOH + H2S with the answer being balanced of NaS + H2OH your balancer said this was correct. The answer that it should have displayed is Na2S + 2 H2O. H2 is a positive 2 charge while OH is a negative 1 charge. The same for the Na being +1 and S being -2. For being a chemistry problem solver this should have been easily corrected by the program. This could be solved by allowing the user to push the elements or groups of elements buttons with the correct charge instead of entering a formula.
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
good it's a good app. please put chemical formulas for search. eg - when i type, sulphuric acid, it will give me 'H2SO4'