File weight2 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
The perfect aid for any lab scientist or student. Work out molarity calculations and stock dilutions with ease, and pin the latest result to your home screen tile for a quick glance and go reminder. Don't have the bottle to hand? No problem just search for the compound you're looking for and the formula weight will be entered automatically. New in Version 2 --Oligo calculator for finding the complement and reverse complement of DNA sequences as well as other useful information. Once calculated you can email the result to yourself or colleagues. --Added information about amino acids so you can quickly look up codons, structural properties and other important details. *The Trial Version is exactly the same as the paid, but by purchasing you will help me continue to develop and improve the app* Please feel free to get in touch if you have any suggestions for future improvements or find a bug (its my first app, so be gentle!) Updates: V2.6 A few bug fixes Updates: V2.5 Added purity option Added ability to search for molecular weight by formula as well as name Scrollable while entering data Updates: V2.4 Added cell culture calculator Updates: V2.1 -Added option to set default units in Solutions page -Corrected bug relating to input of decimals where "." is not used as the decimal seperator. V2.0 Major Update Added oligo calculator and genetic code helper Updates: V1.2 -Bug Fixes -Corrected problems when using the light theme
04/03/2014Great app. It can be really useful.
02/03/2014Awesome, wish i had this while i was a an umdergrad.
19/01/2014Amazing app! Very very handy and so simple to use. It would be nice if it had the ability to convert from ne unit to another.
14/01/2014Excellent and very useful
04/12/2013Really, really nice app! Insert a period table for a quick ref and it will be marvellous! :)
04/12/2013Amazing. Great work!
18/11/2013For all those times you ask yourself is this calculation definitely right, perfect!