We all have to learn physics and chemistry in school. Some students find it easier to get excited about these topics than others. The good news is there are now plenty of tools and apps that make learning science more fun. Here are 7 interactive chemistry & physics apps you don’t want to miss:
Physics Lab AR: an augmented reality physics app with over 40 scientific models for you to explore. It comes with over 55 circuit components that you can drag from the toolbox. You can use this to build your own 3D electric circuits and design your own galaxy.
ModelAR: a 3D organic chemistry app for iPhone & iPad that lets you create and explore organic molecules. It helps you get a better handle for organic chemistry structures with real-time interactions.
Mechanisms: an interactive organic chemistry iOS app for college students. It lets you touch and see chemical reactions on your phone or tablet. It comes with 40 chemistry based puzzles. This app visualizes electrons, protons, molecules, and bonds.
Experience Chemistry: this interactive chemistry app comes with dynamic simulations to help students better understand states of matter, the structure of atom, rate of diffusion, and the Law of Conservation of mass. It also comes with a bunch of quizzes.
Chemist by THIX: a virtual chemistry app with 17 lab tools that you need to know about to conduct experiments. This app covers 180 inorganic chemical reagents and over 60 organic chemicals. It teaches students chemistry concepts through hands-on experiments.
phET Simulations: this interactive science iPad app comes with over 80 simulations. It is available in multiple languages and allows for offline play.
Unreal Chemist: a chemistry lab simulator that lets you mix chemicals on your device to see how they react. It has over 750 simulations. You can adjust the concentration and quantity of the reactants. Lets you slow down the reactions.
Thanks to these interactive simulators, students will have an easier time mastering various physics and chemistry concepts. Have you found better augmented reality science apps? Please share them in the comments.