ChemiKa
ChemiKa
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ChemiKa free download for Mac

ChemiKa for Mac3.0

13 May 2005

Periodic table.

What is ChemiKa for Mac

Simple Periodic Table Utility that can be used for general information, projects, flash cards, history and uses of elements, and Molecular Mass Calculator.

What's new in ChemiKa

Version 3.0:
  • Recoded in Cocoa for functionality, and Mac OS X compliance.
  • History and Uses of each element.
  • Molecular Mass Calculator
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May 14 2005
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May 14 2005
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Version: 3.0
Good points: lots of info about the elements. Bad points: table is too big (at least for a 15" LCD), could include all the menu commands in the graphical interface, doen's look nice. I wish the dev could improve the ChemBuddy, that's Open Source but haven't been update for a long time, and misses some info that can be found in ChemiKa. Keep the nice work. :)
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May 13 2005
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May 13 2005
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Version: 3.0
simple and functionable, very nice, thanks for your efforts.
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Sep 23 2004
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Sep 23 2004
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This app is a nice addition to the collection of periodic table applications available as freeware at MU and elsewhere. Works as advertised. Furthermore it is practically open-source. The images used for the buttons in the interface are contained in a resources folder below the level of the app itself, and the app contains the data for the individual elements that show up in the utility window essentially in plain text. Those who are bashing this app for various reasons should take these data and try to write something better. While they're at it, they should thank Kyler Bush for his contribution to the software universe. So, thank you, Kyler.
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Sep 22 2004
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Sep 22 2004
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Yea, why say thanks when you can bash the guy, huh? Anyone remotely interested in programming can see what language this is written in within one second of opening the disk image. Don't parrot other people. Anyway, it does what it says, it's simple and informative. It's not slow. Thanks.
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Sep 22 2004
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Sep 22 2004
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not real basic. i dunno what kind of specs your machine is but i have run it on a 800 mhz g4 and a g5 and i don't have any speed issues. sorry if u don't like it guys. i'm a high schooler just learning. thanks anywayz mafia.
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Sep 22 2004
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Sep 22 2004
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A five megabyte download for a color-coded table of the elements? This stinks of RealBasic. Nothing in the website says this product does anything more than display the table. "Greatness redefinded", to quote the page header. No way, man.
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Sep 22 2004
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Sep 22 2004
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Version: 2.0
it still sucks. when resizing all the text goes into all the other text. the about box isn't complete.. its as slow as hell. there isn't even a quit menu item. do the next version right.
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Sep 1 2004
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Sep 1 2004
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Really cool! gives all the info on click. Coloring would be nice and Feature that shows what would happen if you mixed some of them , just for fun. (reaction result)
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Aug 18 2004
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Aug 18 2004
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Version: 1.0
nice icon, but the application has a Windows like UI, is really plain and the table isn't color coded.
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Aug 17 2004
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Aug 17 2004
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Version: 1.0
For the money (free), there's only one periodic table app: Smell-O-Mints. ChemiKa just isn't even close, yet. Not even for free. Keep working on it...
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App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
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