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ChemicalFormulas Add-In for Excel


DESCRIPTION:

This Excel Add-In enables working with chemical formulas, like contracting them and calculating their molar masses. Dieses Excel Add-In erlaubt das Arbeiten mit chemischen Formeln, wie das Zusammenfassen zu Summenformeln und Berechnen von molaren Massen.



Features

  • calculating molar masses from chemical formulas
  • displaying chemical formulas in Hill notation
  • using chemical abbreviations like Ph, Et, Tos, TMS, ...
  • compatible with Microsoft Excel 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013


Audience

Science/Research, Education


User interface

Excel


Programming Language

Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)



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