The Chemistry Application Card is a ultra-fast, easy to use, plug-in card for the HP 48 GX/SX, and an invaluable aid in solving a variety of practical problems encountered by students and professionals alike in chemistry. Designed for speed, accuracy and ease of use, this "plug and play" software gives the user the ability to find "quick" solutions to common sets of problems. It is akin to carrying a full set of "solutions in your pocket".

Product Description

Main Features

An Equation Library of over 200 equations, the Periodic
Table of Elements with 15 properties listed for each element, Stoichiometry, a Constants
Library, a short Reference Library.

Easy entry of values for variables (with units) using the
menu keys provided. Effortless solving and converting of units.

Menu can be displayed in a large or small font.

The Equations Library is divided into seven categories,
with each Henderson category containing several sub-topics. Select equations in a
sub-topic to solve.

The variables in each equation set have descriptions in
addition to names, and often an equation set will have a picture associated with it.
Stoichiometry calculations are easy for the chemical equation set up.

A specific equation can be selected to plot, and a multiple
plot function can be used to do analysis when one of the variables has been changed
incrementally. A multi-plot screen display example is shown here.

The graphical periodic table includes 15 properties for
each element. Elements are easily selected by using the cursor movement keys. When
selected, an element’s name, symbol, atomic number, and atomic weight are displayed.

The contents of this card were designed to
cover first course General

Chemistry at a typical university or
community college.

Equation Library

Atoms/Molecules - Mass/mole/atom, quantum, hydrogen
energy, s,p,d,f orbitals, diatomic moment, and symmetrical moment

Solids/Liquids - Heat capacity, back body radiation,
equation of state, Bragg law, Born-Haber cycle, melting point, concentration,
Raoult’s law, boiling point/freezing point (colligative), molarity/dilution, Clausius
Claperon equation, and capillary rise

Gases - Ideal gas, state changes, gas over water,
barometric equation, Van der Waals gases, kinetic theory, Graham’s law, and collision
theory

Precipitation - Salt solubility in water in the form
AaBb, solubility products

Kinetics - First order, first parallel order, first
order consecutive, second order i, second order ii, Arrhenius law, fractional life

Periodic Table

The complete periodic table is presented at your finger
tips; each element can be visited by using the four cursor movement keys B C D E .
Properties included for each element are: atomic number, mass number, atomic weight,
density, oxidation state, electron configuration, physical state, electronegativity,
atomic radii, first ionization potential, group and family, melting point, boiling point,
and covalent radii. Elements can be accessed by symbol or element number.

Stoichiometry

Use the species library (or add your own species) to build
a chemical reaction, and solve for reactants and products. Solve the classic chemical
algebra problems. Set up your chemical reaction and evaluate and study the limiting
reagents.

Reference Data

Dissociation constant PKas of selected weak acids; names
and formulas of common anions; percent composition (by volume) of air at sea level; vapor
pressure of water at sea level at selected temperatures; water Kws vs. temperature for
selected temperatures; Van der Waals constants for selected sets of gases; colligative
properties such as normal boiling point, freezing point, ebullioscopic and cryoscopic
constant for common solvents; expansion and compressibility for common materials; PKsps -
product solubility constants at 25 ° C for common precipitates; and bond energy and
distance for common bonds.

Constants Library

29 constants useful to both students and professionals.