Works well would recommend. It would be a really cool feature if you could name the elements too. It would also be cool if you could type in “oxalate” and get the percentages of oxygen and hydrogen instead of having to search that oxalate is OH and then putting it in.
I’ve been using this formula mass calculator for years. I am a chemistry prof and I find that it saves a lot of time when I’m writing new notes. I tell my second year students to go ahead and just use it to save time. I don’t tell my first year students. LOL.
I'm a chemistry prof, and this saves me a lot of time. At first, I didn't like that proper capitalization was required, but that does eliminate ambiguity, and I expect that degree of care from my students when they write chemical formulas. Many of my students are now using this, too.
This app is amazing! It makes calculations so much easier, and is very accurate. Especially helpful if missing a periodic table or if you want to do quick calculations from formulas. 10/10 for any high school or college student in chemistry.
This brilliant little app quickly -near instantaneously- calculates the molar mass of just about anything you'd care to name. Much quicker than anything on the web and incomparable to doing it by hand. Thanks much, author, you've saved me tonnes of time.
This app is great! I really like the update with the integrated calculator. However, when pressing the number 7, it registers a double press, so it puts in 77. A minor annoyance for an app that's so helpful!
@SulleyBear24: In English, at least, you’re correct.
@SulleyBear24: In English, at least, you’re correct about the acronym. But you’re not correct about that in Spanish or French, in which the app might originally have been created. So, is that the only reason you panned this app with a 1/5 star rating?
A handy tool to determine percent of the weight of fertilizer to give a needed mass of an element. You can copy and paste the block of results like this: H 5.376% Cl 31.517% O 42.669% Na 20.437% Neat. Pete
CMM! A must have for chemists and chemistry students! This application calculate for you the molar mass of a chemical compound. You also get a periodic table keyboard. Just enter your formula in the first text field and click the "Calculate" Here are some examples: CH3COOH (NH4)3PO4 CuSO4.5H2O C6H12O6 You can also save your recurring formulas in a dedicated page.