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Have you got a Chemistry test coming up? Are you preparing a Chemistry assignment or dealing with calculations based on equations and want to make sure your answers are correct before submission? Do you wish you had an easy access to data while performing experiments in the Chemistry laboratory? If yes, then iChemCalc is the application for you. It contains a lot of calculators that can assist students of all grades studying Chemistry. The application presents a set of convenient and easy to use features that separates it from any other Chemistry calculator application. CALCULATORS: The app contains over 60 calculators based on the following six broad categories: - Physical ChemistryMolesAvogardo's NumberMolarityMolalityMole fractionMolecular formula calculationsPercentage yieldSpecific Retardation Factorcentigrade to Kelvin scaleCentigrade to Fahrenheit scaleFahrenheit to Centigrade scaleCo-efficient of viscosityGeneral gas constantDensityDensity calculations from general gas equationPartial pressureTotal pressurePressure calculations from molecular theory of gasRoot mean square velocityAverage velocityMost probable velocityKinetic energy calculationLaw of mass actionRelationship between Kp and KcRate of reactionRaoults Law ( equation 1)Raoults Law ( equation 2)Raoults Law ( equation 3)Lowering of vapour pressureElevation of boiling point(equation 1)Elevation of boiling point( equation 2)Depression in freezing point( equation 1)Depression in freezing point( equation 2)- Quantum MechanicsPlanck's equationEinstein's mass energy relationshipWave numberAngular momentumEnergy of photonRadius of orbitRadius of orbit simper equationDe-broglie equationCompton's effect- ThermodynamicsPressure volume workFirst law of thermodynamicsEnthaply calculationsMeasurement of Enthalpy of a reaction( glass calorimeter)Measurement of Enthalpy of a reaction( bomb calorimeter)- Inorganic ChemistrypH calculationpH calculation from pOHpOH calculationpOH calculations from pHHenderson-Hasselbalch equation For acidsHenderson-Hasselbalch equation For baseBuffer capacityBond orderDipole momentPercentage of ionic character- Nuclear ChemistryDecay constantHalf lifeHalf life calculations from decay constantDetails of the calculator inputs and outputs are available at all the time for reference. The formula and image (if applicable) is shown in each calculator, hence making the calculations transparent. SEARCH: The app makes use of a unique Search feature so that you dont have to find your desired calculator going in and out of the categories. You can search a calculator using its name as keywords. The application will show up matching results so that you can swiftly complete the task at hand. FAVORITES: The app also lets you bookmark most commonly used calculators as favorites so that you can access your favorite calculators quickly at any time. If you have any suggestions to improve the application or you wish a specific calculator to be added please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. New calculators will be added with each update.