T O M S : The
Periodic Table of Elements
is an excellent reference
guide. There's more information packed into this chart than other
charts. Unlike the unchangeable charts (like the ones on the
wall), this chart is flexible.
|C H E M A C A L C
||CHEMCALC is a TOOL for the
free program does many of
the calculations found in the first semester
of a chemistry course
|L e a r n C H E M 2.0
||LearnCHEM 2.0 is a learning aid
designed for kids and students at elementary and high schools and
undergraduates of the subjects which are more or less related to
chemistry - i. e. medicine, chemistry,
and physics. This program should help them learn chemistry more easily.
is a molecular modeling
Program to aid in the formation of three dimensional pictures of
chemicals. Atoms are selected from a Periodic Table
|THE CHEMISTRY REFERENCE LIBRARY
Speciation 92 of
saves enormous time over
manual calculation using hand-held, non-programmable
|Chromatoraphy Simulator Version
||Simulates chromatography on
GC/HPLC. As a cause of a lack of good formula's the interaction of the
kolomn with compound has to be given by the equilibium constant. It can
also produce a Graphical Chromatorgams.
version of Element Study
Aid is setup for the Shareware market. We believe that you should
try before you buy. Therefore we are issuing this version of
Element Study Aid.
|THE HMO PROGRAM (v1.0)
||HMO performs interactive H�ckel
theory calculations on planar conjugated hydrocarbons. HMO is
invoked by entering hmo at the DOS prompt. Input is typed in
response to the program's questions and the results are shown on the
uses a ray tracing algorithm
to generate a 3-d image of a series of spheres defined in the
coordinate input file. The nature of the image can be controlled
through the changing of various attributes.
|MOLWT utilities for simple
chemical calculations. Version2.9
||The MOLWT utilities are
documented DOS executable files that speedily make simple chemical
calculations. They can also be run as DOS programs under Windows.
manual version 1.4
is a program to display and
print 3 dimensional pictures of molecules and crystal structures. It
can deal with non-cartesian coordinates and performs symmetry
operations, so that any crystallographic data can be quickly translated
to the program's language.
||This program will calculate the
molecular weight and percent composition of up to seven compounds
simultaneously. It recognizes user-definable abbreviations and
program will print out the
periodic table of elements.
|THE ELECTRONIC PERIODIC TABLE
||The Electronic Periodic Table
Database is an electronic version of the Periodic Table. This
table is a detailed table with information such as name of element,
symbol of element, where the name came from, boiling point, melting
point, the number of valence electrons, the appearances, and some
properties of element. If required, it can print out a hard copy
of the information, allowing you to review the information for a
pH and pOH
the pH and pOH of a
solution based on either the concentration of hydroxide or hydronium
|Polar 1.3: simulator of
||he program simulates 16 types of
voltammograms with charge current and random noise (i.e. DC, normal
pulse, pseudo-derivative normal pulse, differential pulse, linear
sweep, cyclic normal pulse, cyclic pseudo-
derivative normal pulse, cyclic differential pulse, and cyclic linear sweep voltammograms at both planar and spherical electrodes). The shape of normal pulse polarogram is equivalent to DC polarogram while the shape of pseudo-derivative normal pulse polarogram is similar to differential pulse polarogram. But there is effect of the DC term on differential pulse voltammogram.
Periodic Library for Windows
is the best periodic table
available for the windows environment.
Search for elements by their names, symbols, or properties. View periodic
trends with the built-in graphing program. Change the temperature
interactively and watch the elements adjust their current properties.
|TEDDY - A Kinetic Gas Model
for ThermoDynamics) is an ideal gas model
simulator based on molecular dynamics. The simulated
objects are particles confined to a
two dimensional container made up of various types of
walls. The particles playing the role of gas
molecules collide elastically with each
other. The different interactions modelled by the
different walls are represented by the corresponding rules for
collision against the walls.
is a simulation of the
process of identifying an organic unknown compound. It has been
developed to help undergraduate university students of organic
chemistry. The word is derived from Tasmanian (produced) organic
||calculate values associated with