Compute the molar mass of any compound, including those with parentheses! Can calculate the molar mass from chemical formulas of practically unlimited length, including those with multiple digits of subscripts and those with parentheses nesting up to 998 times! Also features a silent mode for BASIC program integration.
- 3 years, 3 months ago
- 8/10 (1 vote)
Visuals (1.5/2): Fairly plain but it gets the goal done. Can easily tell if the program is running by the ":". Not many changes I would suggest.
Speed (1.5/2): A little slow when calculating somewhat larger compounds (eg. CaCO3) but can't complain too much as there's a lot of searching through lists to be done.
Ease of Use (1/2): A little annoying but when ran after running a program which returns "Done" or anything other than a number, the program atuomatically returns -1. Inputting chemical formulas is amazing as it is practically the same way I do when googling them.
Practicality (2/2): Man I wish I knew this existed while taking chemistry. Saves you from the trouble of checking your periodic table over and over again. Also makes sure you never accidentally mess up a multiple.
Other (2/2): Not too much to say in this category, more for recommended changes or things that don't belong in other categories
- Atomic Mass Calculator (published 3 years, 3 months ago; 2019-03-19 21:50 UTC)