Description:ChemLab 2.7 is a graphical periodic table of elements with element symbols and a fast property browser with 22 properties. Also has a formula balancer and molecular weight calculator.
Current version:2.7
Authors:Arnold Moy
Alain Robillard
Downloaded file size:21,256 bytes
Size on calculator:21 KB
User rating:9.7/10 with 7 votes (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Science/Chemistry
File date:2001-10-27 13:52:07
Source code:Not included
Download count:17,021
Version history:2001-10-27: Added to site
Archive contents:
  Length     Date   Time    Name
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    16531  08-16-98 11:31   Chemlb27.doc
      750  04-13-98 11:37   chemlab.gif
     1289  09-24-01 22:53   Chemlb27_49.inf
    21423  09-24-01 22:42   ChemLab.HP
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    39993                   4 files
Library contents:ChemLab.HP: Library 1014, ChemLab 2.7 AMoy Aug.98
User comments:Kevin Frandsen
2001-10-30 22:58:01
Haven't tried it on my 49 yet, but definitely best Chem program for the 48 when I used it. Only wish this was here when I took Engg201, but oh well. Its still a great program.
Kenyon Ralph
2002-02-11 19:32:43
This is the best chemistry library available! Just make sure you have the calculator in approx mode when using the BAL and MOW programs!
Diederik Huys
2002-08-09 01:21:04
Yes, it *is* great. Neat set of properties, easy to use... and the balancer is VERY cool once you get the hang of it. But it could use some additions, for example the list of oxidation states is a bit rudimentary. Does anybody know how to contact the authors? Neither of the websites are working...
adam pepek
2004-09-23 17:05:06
Gotta get this program, good tool i give it a 10...
Vince Davis
2012-12-07 16:09:21
Not only a very reliable program based on Linear Algebra but also has accompanying examples to illustrate running the program. The instuctions indicate the program is for use on the 49, I have found that just as HP indicated this program will run on the 50g as well. Be certain that you have the 50G in approximate Mode.

I sincerely wish I could have used a programmable device in general chemistry, the University I attended enforced a strict policy of no programmable devices on exams or even quizes.

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