- Virtual Chemistry Lab is a great app for anyone passionate about science.
- The guide below acts as a review and we will point out the great features of this app.
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The Virtual Chemistry Lab app recently launched on the Microsoft Store so take a moment in case you are not happy with some of the features as I am sure the app will get better and better over time.
The idea behind this application is very nice, because you want to visualize in a 3D environment and show how chemical experiments are performed.
But as you’ll see in the video, there are still many areas where the app needs improvement, so I’m reaching out to the developers to make it even better.
We certainly have a thing for chemistry apps for Windows 10, as we’ve talked about two cool periodic table apps in the past and TouchMol, an app that lets you draw molecules. And now we’re talking about the Virtual Chemistry Laboratory because they deserve it.
See chemical experiments on your Windows 10 tablet
Chemistry lab project, perform the following experiment Magnesium Ribbon burning, preparation of Oxygen Gas, Preparation of Hydrogen Gas, Preparation of Carbon Dioxide Gas. Help the students to perform the chemistry experiment.
The app works as a chemistry lab project, allowing you to perform experiments such as burning magnesium tape, preparing oxygen gas, and others.
Apparently it’s for teachers who want to help students, and it works quite well for a first release.
Another area where I’d like to seem like an improvement is the chemical equations, as the images are clearly scanned papers or washed photos.
Another drawback of the app is that it currently cannot be installed on Windows RT devices, which is a real shame, but I hope this will be fixed in the future as well.
To learn more about the app, watch the video above or follow the link below to download it.