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Periodic Table Chemistry
Periodic Table Chemistry
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Periodic Table Chemistry free download for Mac

Periodic Table Chemistry for Mac4.0

21 October 2019

The 3D Chemical Elements.

What is Periodic Table Chemistry for Mac

Periodic Table Chemistry lets you to see Chemical Elements in 3D.

Features:
  • Elegant new design Beautiful Periodic Table. The app has been completely rebuild - with a timeless new design, delightful interactions, and powerful new features.
  • Modern Technologies Optimized for macOS Catalina. New look for your new Periodic Table. Enable Dark Mode during night study sessions. It’s designed to make every element on the screen easier on your eyes.
  • Powerful new features Quick Search, Chemistry Tools, Electron Shell, Smart Zoom, Split View
  • Useful information Fundamental Information: name, symbol, atomic number, atomic mass, electronic configuration. Advanced Information: thermodynamic properties, material properties, electromagnetic properties, reactivity, atomic properties and radioactivity properties.
  • 3D Elements Explore all Elements in 3D, or display virtual elements with 3D View. Incredible detailed rendering and photorealistic materials. Get snapshots of the 3D Elements.

What's new in Periodic Table Chemistry

Version 4.0:
  • Initial release
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.15.0 or later

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