Classic Chemistry Android Application

Classic Chemistry Android Application

We are proud to inform your ardent readers who are also chemistry lovers that I have released a new Chemistry application that will give you everything you need.

I have really haven’t had time to publish new post but from next week I will continue to publish regularly.

Back to the new chemistry android app, it is a comprehensive app that touches every topics and resources one needs to become a chemistry guru.

The classic chemistry app is targeted to students planning to study or write chemistry qualification exam in any of the following examinations – WAEC, NECO, JAMB, KCSE, Post JAMB and GCE.

The main content of the application is categorized as shown below

Chemistry Brain Teaser

Chemistry Tutorials

Chemistry Formulas

Chemistry Laws

Functional Groups

Organic Reactions

Organic Laboratory Solvents

Chemistry Tools like Periodic Table, Molar mass calculation..etc

Chemistry Dictionary

Amino Acids

Organic and Inorganic chemistry quizzes

The tutorial section is very comprehensive and it is divided into inorganic and organic topics as listed below.


Inorganic topics

Atomic Structure

Periodic Table

Chemical Bonding


State of Matter

Energy and Energy Change

Acids, Bases and Salts

Solubility of Substance

Rate of Reactions

Redox Reaction

Carbon Compounds

Chem and Environment

Non Metals

Metals and its Compounds





pH and pOH

Chemical Solutions

Electronic Configurations


Organic topics

Organic Chemistry Introduction

Organic chemistry Structures

Functional Groups

Alkanes and Cycloalkanes


Organic Reactions

Alkenes and Alkynes





Halogen alkanes


Aromatic compounds

Aldehydes and Ketones

Carboxylic acid

Alpha carbon compounds





Proteins and Amino acids.

This is the alpha version of this application. In subsequent versions, there will be modifications and continue addition of chemistry resources and tools to the app.

Please kindly download this app and give me your honest criticism on what should be improved.

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