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Give these great chemistry apps a go and study a wide range of important chemistry concepts and fun facts. You will love learning about the exciting experiments, solving chemical equations and look into atomic and molecular world.

    The Periodic Table app by Socratica is probably one of the best and most used apps to learn and test your knowledge about the periodic table elements. It delivers more than 30 useful facts for each element, audio clips for pronunciation, explanatory videos and mini quizzes. A perfect tool for chemistry revision and a study aid for classroom use! The app would benefit by having its own video-player and future updates should address why audio-clips don’t play on some devices,. Overall, it’s a very good app that receives a 4 star EAS Certification.

    Devices: Android

    Starfall Catalyst is a third person shooter where players are tasked with progressing through a fully 3D environment while unlocking chemistry concepts along the way. The app has over 20 challenging levels in three unique worlds, over 50 topics, with quizzes and mini games.

    Devices: iPad

    A full-blown, highly-developed mega game that mixes in Chemistry to form a solution that is like none other.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Every single element is presented on Mendeleev’s table along with a host of useful information, images, videos and podcasts. See the trends and patterns that make up the table and quickly compare elements to one another. It’s all there and it’s free!

    Devices: Android , iPad

    GCSE Chemistry Prep Flashcards is a helpful revision aid that can be used anywhere. Great for quick sessions on the bus, or just before going to bed, this app will help you form quick associations between a key term and its meaning. More progress tracking options would be a great plus, but this app has received an EAS Certification of 5 Stars.

    Devices: iPad

    iChemistry is your personal chemistry tutor. It is used by millions of students every day, and it’s the only app about chemistry that includes everything you need to successfully pass your exams.

    Devices: iPad

    The app provides a quick summary of essential concepts in Organic Chemistry by following snack sized chapters.

    Devices: Android

    This app provides a quick summary of essential concepts in Chemistry by snack sized chapters to memorize key concepts.

    Devices: Android

    This comprehensive app for chemistry will help you quickly solve your homework problems, ace your tests, and quiz your understanding of basic chemistry concepts so you're prepared for your courses.

    Devices: Android

    Test your knowledge of GCSE Chemistry with this brilliant Test & Learn app from CGP! It’s perfect for a bit of quick-fire revision whenever you’ve got a few minutes spare…

    Devices: Android

    The periodic table of elements is the stepping stone of chemistry, and everyone who wants to learn chemistry must first start by memorizing it. Of course, it’s not that easy as it sounds, but luckily for you, Periodic Droid comes to your help.   This Android chemistry app allows you to search for elements, it gives you information about each element and above all, it features a cool and very easy to navigate user interface, so you will not get lost in all that chemical knowledge. You can also search Wikipedia for information on certain elements and to test what you have learned, there is the possibility to take quizzes. Although it misses some features, such as chemical formulas or the possibility to solve problems, this app is well worth installing.

    Devices: Android

    This is a stunning app that is beautifully designed with some incredible footage of chemical elements filmed by BAFTA award winner Max Whitby. A Visual Exploration lets you experience the beauty and fascination of the building blocks of our universe in a way you've never seen before. The app is intuitive, easy to navigate and a great tool for explaining what can often be a difficult topic to explain to students where chemical elements are not available in a classroom situation. There are many period table apps available but this is by far one of the best and although the content is presented in a scientific manner the videos will appeal to all key stages.

    Devices: iPad


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