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February 22, 2011

ChemJuice — Draw chemical structures with your fingers

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From a review in the March 2011 Scientific American:

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"Just drag your fingers across the touchscreen to draw a chemical bond and tap the screen to delete an atom or bond or change its type. The app can also calculate molecular weight, formula and percent composition by element and email the structure wherever you want."

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Does 6.02*10^23 know about this?

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He will.

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$2.99.

February 22, 2011 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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Comments

This looks almost exactly how we did it in GenChem for homework. THough probably more intuitive.

Much easier than the sticks and balls that I had to do when I took Chem101 the first time 20 years ago...

Now if only they had an iPad app so I didn't have to run this in 2x mode lookin' all lopsided.

Posted by: clifyt | Feb 22, 2011 2:03:19 PM

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