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ChemDigiT Crack Download ChemDigiT Activation Code is a new chemical calculator/visualization program. It was created because many people need a quick source for information about chemical properties of over 300 different compounds. As a calculator, ChemDigiT solves exactly the 6 degree equation describing acid/base and salt equilibria. It performs all calculations at the highest accuracy (no approximations). Both parameters that change during calculations (molar concentration, degree of dissociation, pH and total ionic strength) are log-scale in order to enable simple calculations. All buffers and solution conditions are fully editable and you can make the calculations with your own values. ChemDigiT is also a very good solution to check and graph concentration/molarity of one or multiple solutions. It can calculate volume of any solution added to any solution. It provides the possibility to calculate solutions of two or more acids and bases in any ratio. It can calculate the exact concentrations of all components of any mixture (eg. mixture of two weak acids or bases). What's new in 2.01: - brand new database with over 400 compounds. - new calculator for differentiating compounds into ionic and non-ionic components. - new calculator for calculating concentration of ions in water or in any buffer solution. - new options for creating buffers - a calculation of pH when a small amount of buffer is added to the solution. - an option to calculate the new ionic strength of a solution - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of a weak acid to a solution of a weak base - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of a strong acid to a solution of a strong base - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of a salt to a solution of an acid - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of a salt to a solution of a base - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of two salts to the solution of an acid and a base. - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of two salts to the solution of a salt and a base. - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of a salt to the solution of an acid and a base. - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of two salts to the solution of a salt and an acid. - an option to calculate the new pH after adding the solution of two salts to the ChemDigiT With Product Key PC/Windows ChemDigiT is a utility designed for the chemical workbench. It can be used as a calculator or a project planner. It works like a good lab calculator with integral pH and buffer corrections, stoichiometry corrections, reference tables, solution mixing calculations and solubility calculations. All calculations are done in absolute numbers and are not approximated. The user can edit tables to find the concentrations and the pH values. ChemDigiT includes three different calculator functions. The first one is used for calculations of chemical composition. It finds all the components and the molar concentration. When the user entered values of pH and conductivity (in molalities or millimolar solutions), ChemDigiT will automatically calculate the values of ionic strength, total concentration and ionic concentrations. The solution is a concentrated solution with water added. The ionic strengths are calculated from the water activity of pure water and total concentration using Davies–Holmes equation. When a limiting compound is entered (e.g. copper) the solubility product of this compound is used to calculate the total concentration of this compound in the solution. The second function of ChemDigiT is the equilibrium calculations. The program can be used to calculate the concentration of all the species in an equilibrium solution. Each species is described by at least two parameters: the molarity of the species (concentration) and its free dissociation constant. ChemDigiT solves the acid/base equilibrium equation with numerical iterations. This equation is a generalization of the Henderson-Hasselbach equation to any number of ionized species in solution. The solution can be any mixture of strong/weak/polyprotic acids and bases. All calculations are made in absolute numbers and are not approximated. An example of equilibrium calculation is the calculation of the concentration of total carbon dioxide when CO2 is in equilibrium with water and carbonic acid. The final function of ChemDigiT is the titration calculations. The program can be used to find the pH and volume of any titrant added at equivalent points of a titration. No approximations made. All calculations are made in absolute numbers and are not approximated. An example of titration calculation is to find the pH of CO2 titration curve with NaOH. Note: ChemDigiT will always output pH in 0.1 pH units so it is important to enter pH in the same scale as is used by the ChemDigiT pH section. Warning: ChemDigiT uses some basic molecular constants from the website of MatWeb. ChemDigiT uses them as an example. The molecular constants are variable in the MatWeb program so the user has to add these values from MatWeb. Concentration Section: Takes mole/weight input data and outputs concentration of every solute and solvent in the solution. Calculates and outputs all the following: 8e68912320 ChemDigiT Crack With Full Keygen This code allows user to define more than one Macro in one cell in the same way you can have more than one Macro definition in one formula. Code that will calculate the ideal heat of combustion of a given chemical. The cells contain a Macro to define the chemical formula, stoichiometry, and composition. The macro will create the following macros and functions: A graphical output of the predicted ideal combustion heat is also output into a cell in the same sheet. COMBISOCHEQUE Description: This code was designed to allow users to make chemical equilibrium diagrams using the stability constants of any chemical. The macro will create two sheets in the workbook with cells containing a Macro to define the chemical formula, stoichiometry, and composition. A graphical output of the predicted equilibrium diagram is also output into cells in the same sheet. KANT Description: This code is designed to be used to make a chemical equation of any given chemical. The cells contain a Macro to define the chemical formula, stoichiometry, and composition. The macro will create the following macros and functions: A graphical output of the predicted chemical equation is also output into cells in the same sheet. (It is not recommended to use this code if you are making chemical equations for a study, as it will output chemical equations as percentages of a given substance, rather than actual amounts. This is done so as the output would be easier to graph. Furthermore, the code calculates the results by using a lot of standard Gibbs free energy values, and as such, the values change with temperature, as can be seen in the output). Introduction This function/macro was designed to convert a chemical equation to chemical equations with ratios (ratio.vb). The reason the ratios are needed is because chemical equations as listed in a standard chemical equation textbook are in elemental amounts rather than ratios. For example, in a chemical equation such as: K2CO3(aq) + 3H2O(l) = KH2CO3(aq) + H2(g) + 3OH(-) The ratios of the reaction have been left out as the ratio was not required for the equation. If ratios were needed, and as such, the ratios would be: K2CO3(aq) + 3H2O(l) = KH2CO3(aq) + H2(g) + 3OH(-) However, using What's New in the ChemDigiT? System Requirements: OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8.1 Processor: Intel Core i5-6600, AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Memory: 8 GB RAM Hard Drive: 20 GB available space Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 1GB, AMD Radeon R9 390 2GB DirectX: Version 11 Network: Broadband Internet connection Installation Requirements:

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