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CompuChem App (Paid and FREE Versions)

I am Majid Sarrouh, Chemistry Teacher in the German International School Beirut, Lebanon. I have 25 years of experience in teaching Chemistry for students at the Secondary level (Grades 10, 11 and 12). I have a great passion for Chemistry to help students build their skills and confidence. I am fond of Computer Programing and I have advanced skills in the use of Technology in Teaching. I taught IB Chemistry courses at SL and HL for 13 years and I am an assistant examiner in the International Baccalaureate Organization. I have been marking examination papers since 2008 till the present time.

I would like to announce the release of my Educational Chemistry App in the Google Play Store working on Android mobile phones and Tablets.
CompuChem: Solutions to Most Quantitative Chemistry Problems

Kindly find below the link to the App
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CompuChem.myapp

CompuChemLite: Solutions to Most Quantitative Chemistry Problems - FREE VERSION TO TRY SOME FEATURES
Kindly find below the link to the App
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CompuChemLite.myapp

Please kindly Hit the "Like" buttons for the 7 Videos in the Playlist and "Subscribe" to my Channel after watching the videos and learning more about the CompuChem App:
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I designed the CompuChem App to help the users to find answers/verify answers for commonly asked quantitative questions and exercises in almost all Chemistry topics studied at school level in Grades 10, 11 and 12.
A student can benefit from this application as well as a teacher. I wrote a Manual of 393 pages to help the students get the most out of this app. The manual includes all the operations that this app is capable of doing and a detailed solution for each operation. Each example is an exercise in Quantitative Chemistry. So, this app can serve as a private tutor for students to teach them how to get correct answers in Quantitative Chemistry.

Students can enter their data for any exercise that this app can solve and get answers and work on the exercise to see if they will reach the same output. If not, they can check the manual to see how they are expected to proceed to get correct answers.

Hopefully, you are kindly asked to share this email with all Students in Grades 10, 11 and 12 you are in contact with and with ALL Chemistry teachers also. Your cooperation is well appreciated and beneficial to students and teachers all over the world.

Topics covered in the App:
1.Atomic Structure, Isotopes
2.Ions and Ionic Compounds
3.Converting mass to moles and vice versa
4.Converting number of particles to moles and vice versa
5.The Three Gas Laws: Algebraic and Graphical studies
6.Converting volume of gases to moles and vice versa
7.Ideal Gas Equation
8.Molarity, moles of solute and Volume of solution
9.Concentration by mass, mass of solute and volume
10.% by mass of solute, mass of solute and mass of solution
11.Molarity related to density (solution) and % by mass (solute)
12.Dilution Principle of Aqueous solutions
13.Empirical Formula of Compounds
14.Molecular Formula of Compounds
15.Combustion Analysis of Organic Compounds
16.Families of Organic Compounds
17.Stoichiometry: Metal + Acid reactions
18.Galvanic or Voltaic Cells
19.Chemical Equilibrium: Synthesis of Ammonia and Esterification
20.Chemical Kinetics: Decomposition of Hydrogen peroxide
21.Acids and Bases
22.Thermochemistry: Calorimetry
23.Soaps and Saponification reactions

Good Work and Best Wishes for Brilliant Success in Chemistry

MAJID SARROUH
CompuChem Developer
CHEMISTRY TEACHER
German International School Beirut
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I sent an email for support over a 10 days ago as my school it looking to buy a large amount of Bluetooth probes, I have had no reply? What is the usual wait time for help?
Emulator price steep $135
I just wrote a new post on using Vernier Software & Technology wireless equipment to solve and illustrate AP 1 problems.
People my name is Rafael and live in Puerto Rico. We have to get most of this company product by ebay or other source because on their web site don't allow Puerto Rico listed as state in other to purchase without making a contact to a sale person on international division. Not only that don't provide payment with paypal. What is worse is that the sale person say that we are hiding information on the email communication without asking for it and after we send our address from Florida. The arrogance of this company and the way do business, don't make it. Treat Puertoricans as other class of people for do business or making more difficult getting product, is not fair to anyone even after the passing of a hurricane. Don't promote this type of situation and company justice for all.
Stumble on an old biology shaker table older than yourself with a broken temperature controller? UPCYCLE it into an earthquake simulator! Plug in some vernier sonic motion sensors, dial up some custom LoggerPro displays, hot-glue a skyscraper together and teach students about resonance.
Hi Vernier,
This is Monica from China, hope all is well.
Here is our educational robot for software solution with excellent hardware that may be a perfect carrier and pain-killing solution for professional instutions like you.
Let me know if there is any business work synergies at [email protected] or +8618361977463.
Thanks,
Monica
Could be worth messing around with and adding a probe or two to the mix...
Congratulations on being in the Portland Business Journal for product innovation!
At a recent high school open house, my son gravitated to the physics classroom. It was awesome to see all the Vernier equipment, and share with him that Mr. Vernier was my teacher at Glencoe High School, where his knowledge and passion made physics my favorite class!
Data I collected with a Vernier temperature and light sensor while viewing the eclipse in Torrington, WY.

Vernier Software & Technology has been an innovator of data-collection technology for more than 30 years. Creating easy-to-use & affordable science interfaces, sensors, and software, our products can be found in education in over 125 different countries.

Creating easy-to-use and affordable science interfaces, sensors, and software, our products can be found in education in over 125 different countries. Vernier helps teachers enhance their science curriculum, increase learning, and build students' critical thinking skills.

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01/13/2022

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#STEM #PortlandStateUniversity #SciEd

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For students interested in pursuing STEM-related careers, the STEM career cluster (part of the National Career Clusters® Framework from Advance CTE: State Leaders Connecting Learning to Work) can provide a road map. Take a closer look at this resource in the latest edition of The Caliper: https://bit.ly/3zFr5z3

#STEM #Vernier #CareerReadiness

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#STEM #Vernier #CareerReadiness

Imagining the future: 2021's boldest design proposals 01/11/2022

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Regardless of whether they come to fruition, the boldest design proposals of 2021—including robot forest rangers and rain-harvesting skyscrapers—definitely demonstrate scientific innovation!

Check it out: https://cnn.it/33oYDpa

#STEM #ScientificInnovation

Imagining the future: 2021's boldest design proposals This year, design concepts pushed the boundaries of what might one day be possible, including proposals for rain-catching skyscrapers and the Tesla Bot android.

65 predictions about edtech, equity, and learning in 2022 01/10/2022

65 predictions about edtech, equity, and learning in 2022

John Wheeler, our CEO, recently talked to eSchool News about his thoughts on educational technology, equity, and learning for 2022. See what he had to say!

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#Vernier #EdTech #EquityInEducation #Education

65 predictions about edtech, equity, and learning in 2022 As we wrapped up 2020, we thought for sure that 2021 might bring us a reprieve from pandemic learning. Well, it did, and it didn’t–virtual and hybrid learning continued into the spring,…

Marguerite Perey and the element Francium 01/07/2022

Marguerite Perey and the element Francium

On this day in 1939, Marguerite Perey discovered francium. A former laboratory assistant to Marie Curie, Perey went on to earn a doctorate from the Sorbonne. She also became the first woman elected to the prestigious French Academy of Sciences.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3eNMg8g

#STEM #STEMHistory

Marguerite Perey and the element Francium Science Museum volunteer Dr. Robin Hiley explores the story of Marguerite Perey, the chemist who discovered the element Francium and was the first woman to be elected to the prestigious French Académie des Sciences.

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Career and technical education (CTE) has evolved from “voc ed” into an educational approach that emphasizes setting all students up for postsecondary success. Learn how CTE can benefit students interested in science in our latest edition of The Caliper: https://www.vernier.com/caliper/

#CTE #CareerReadiness #STEM #Vernier

Career and technical education (CTE) has evolved from “voc ed” into an educational approach that emphasizes setting all students up for postsecondary success. Learn how CTE can benefit students interested in science in our latest edition of The Caliper: https://www.vernier.com/caliper/

#CTE #CareerReadiness #STEM #Vernier

George Washington Carver | Tuskegee University 01/05/2022

George Washington Carver | Tuskegee University

We celebrate the storied career of Dr. George Washington Carver, who died on this day in 1943. Born into slavery, Dr. Carver became a renowned scientist and inventor, as well as “a pioneering agriculturalist, award-winning artist, and humble humanitarian.”

Learn more about Dr. Carver: https://bit.ly/3ERMcPo

#STEM #STEMHistory

George Washington Carver | Tuskegee University COVID-19 Update: The university has modified its COVID-19 protocols for the opening of the Spring 2022 semester. Click here to read our latest updates.

The Best New STEM Education Resources from NASA-JPL in 2021 - Edu News | NASA/JPL Edu 01/04/2022

The Best New STEM Education Resources from NASA-JPL in 2021 - Edu News | NASA/JPL Edu

Looking for innovative STEM education resources to kick off 2022? Check out this roundup from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Education!

See more: https://go.nasa.gov/3sTDpKw

#STEM #ScienceEducation #SciEd

The Best New STEM Education Resources from NASA-JPL in 2021 - Edu News | NASA/JPL Edu In 2021, we added nearly 80 STEM education resources to our online catalog of lessons, activities, articles, and videos for educators, students, and families. The resources feature NASA's latest missions exploring Earth, the Moon, Mars, asteroids, the Solar System and the universe beyond. Here are t...

Varsity Lakes Middle School technology instructor receives grant 01/03/2022

Varsity Lakes Middle School technology instructor receives grant

“Come January, we will be building underwater robots, so the Vernier equipment will be a wonderful addition, helping us with our data collection and analyses.” What a great story about Laurie Smiley, one of our 40th-anniversary educator grant winners!

See more: https://bit.ly/3qLJ02N

#Vernier #EdGrant #STEM

Varsity Lakes Middle School technology instructor receives grant [email protected] A Varsity Lakes Middle School technology instructor was one of 40 educators who received a Vernier Software & Technology 40th anniversary grant of $1,000. “I am honored and pleased to be a recipient, especially from such a quality company as Vernier,” Laurie Smiley said...

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Happy Holidays! In observance of New Year’s Day, the Vernier offices will be closed today. We look forward to continuing to support hands-on science education in 2022!

Happy Holidays! In observance of New Year’s Day, the Vernier offices will be closed today. We look forward to continuing to support hands-on science education in 2022!

The Ten Best Science Books of 2021 12/30/2021

The Ten Best Science Books of 2021

How many of these books have you read this year?

Check out "The Ten Best Science Books of 2021": https://bit.ly/3mAJg3C

#STEM #Reading

The Ten Best Science Books of 2021 From captivating memoirs by researchers to illuminating narratives by veteran science journalists, these works affected us the most this year

NASA Selects Education Projects to Help Broaden STEM Participation 12/29/2021

NASA Selects Education Projects to Help Broaden STEM Participation

Congratulations to the projects that recently won Community Anchor Awards from NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration! "These projects will bring space exploration to traditionally underserved areas and broaden student participation in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math," according to NASA.

Read more: https://go.nasa.gov/3sGPBya

#NASA #STEM #CommunityAnchorAwards

NASA Selects Education Projects to Help Broaden STEM Participation NASA has selected a diverse group of projects from museums, science centers, library systems, and other informal education organizations across the country as NASA Informal Education Community Anchors.

Berkeley Lab’s Top 10 Science Stories of 2021 12/28/2021

Berkeley Lab’s Top 10 Science Stories of 2021

From the world’s thinnest magnet to the first measurements of einsteinium, check out Berkeley Lab's most popular science stories of 2021!

See more: https://bit.ly/3Jo5EXK

#STEM #SciEd #EdChat

Berkeley Lab’s Top 10 Science Stories of 2021 Dealing with our climate crisis continues to be top of mind, although batteries, magnets, and exotic elements also captured the imagination.

Shirley McBay, Pioneering Mathematician, Is Dead at 86 12/27/2021

Shirley McBay, Pioneering Mathematician, Is Dead at 86

We honor the life and legacy of Dr. Shirley McBay, a “forceful and energetic advocate” for increasing diversity in STEM education. Dr. McBay was the first Black person to receive a PhD from the University of Georgia. She was also the first Black dean for student affairs at MIT.

Learn more: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/14/science/shirley-mcbay-dead.html

#Math #STEM #EdChat #STEMHistory

Shirley McBay, Pioneering Mathematician, Is Dead at 86 The first Black student to receive a doctorate from the University of Georgia, she devoted her life to advocating for diversity in science and math education.

12/24/2021

Happy Holidays! In observance of Christmas, the Vernier offices will be closed today. We hope you have a wonderful holiday!

12/23/2021

How has The Caliper changed since it was launched in 1984? Explore the evolution of our newsletter and check out the five most popular articles of 2021 in the newest edition of The Caliper: https://www.vernier.com/caliper/

#Vernier #STEM

Almanac: 1st electric Christmas lights 12/22/2021

Almanac: 1st electric Christmas lights

O Tannenbaum! 🎄 On this day in 1882, Edward Johnson turned on the first electric Christmas tree lights. This scientific innovation improved aesthetics and safety —previously, many people used real candles to light their trees.

Read more: https://cbsn.ws/3pc3H8A

#STEM #STEMNews

Almanac: 1st electric Christmas lights On Dec. 22, 1882, the switch was flipped on the world's first electric Christmas tree lights

Blind students use adaptive technologies to participate in a chemistry experiment 12/21/2021

Blind students use adaptive technologies to participate in a chemistry experiment

Thank you to Independence Science for increasing accessibility in #STEM with the Talking LabQuest®. We’re thrilled that blind students in Utah recently used this adaptive technology to participate in a #chemistry experiment!

Read more: https://bit.ly/3pbX0TT

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Blind students use adaptive technologies to participate in a chemistry experiment Most instruments used to measure data for science experiments have a visual component, making it hard for blind students to participate.

Photos from Vernier Software & Technology's post 12/20/2021

Having fun is a big part of the company culture at Vernier. One of our most entertaining events is the annual white elephant holiday gift exchange, which we were delighted to bring back this year! We’re not sure who took home BB-8! 😆

#Vernier #HolidayParty

The Science of Exercising in Extreme Cold 12/17/2021

The Science of Exercising in Extreme Cold

Brrrr! When the temperature dips, athletic performance can also drop. Learn more in this interesting article from Outside magazine titled “The Science of Exercising in Extreme Cold.”: https://bit.ly/3ERNpqZ

#STEM

The Science of Exercising in Extreme Cold It’s time to break out the merino base layers and the heat-exchange breathing masks

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Fun fact: You can access recordings of Vernier webinars as far back as May 2020! Whether you’re revisiting interesting, helpful content or discovering something new, our webinars cover a variety of STEM topics and offer myriad ways to increase student engagement.

Acess our webinars here: https://bit.ly/33vrBUp

#Vernier #STEM #StudentEngagement #SciEd

Fun fact: You can access recordings of Vernier webinars as far back as May 2020! Whether you’re revisiting interesting, helpful content or discovering something new, our webinars cover a variety of STEM topics and offer myriad ways to increase student engagement.

Acess our webinars here: https://bit.ly/33vrBUp

#Vernier #STEM #StudentEngagement #SciEd

Which Role Models are Best for STEM? Researchers Offer Recommendations in New Analysis 12/15/2021

Which Role Models are Best for STEM? Researchers Offer Recommendations in New Analysis

How can STEM role models be motivating for all students and, in the process, help diversify STEM? Researchers at New York University examined these questions in a recent article for the International Journal of STEM Education. Check out their four recommendations: https://bit.ly/3GEzZz8

#STEM #SciEd

Which Role Models are Best for STEM? Researchers Offer Recommendations in New Analysis An analysis of the effect role models have on students’ motivation in studying STEM subjects points to new ways to deploy these leaders in order to encourage learning across different populations.

40 Things We Love about Vernier Software & Technology — In4All | An Oregon Non-Profit 12/14/2021

40 Things We Love about Vernier Software & Technology — In4All | An Oregon Non-Profit

Thanks so much for the shout-out, In4All! Extra thanks for bringing educators and businesses together to co-create and deliver programs that impact students who have been historically underserved. You do such important work, and we are honored to partner with you!

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#Vernier #STEM

40 Things We Love about Vernier Software & Technology — In4All | An Oregon Non-Profit Our long-time business partner, Vernier Software & Technology, is celebrating its 40th anniversary which got us thinking about all the things we love about them.

Timeline Photos 12/14/2021

There’s still time to apply for the 2022 Vernier/National Science Teaching Association Technology Awards—the deadline is Wednesday! If you’re a STEM educator who has demonstrated innovative use of data-collection technology in the classroom, apply today for a chance to win one of seven $5,500 awards: https://bit.ly/3m15Emv

#Vernier #EdGrant #STEM #SciEd #K12

There’s still time to apply for the 2022 Vernier/National Science Teaching Association Technology Awards—the deadline is Wednesday! If you’re a STEM educator who has demonstrated innovative use of data-collection technology in the classroom, apply today for a chance to win one of seven $5,500 awards: https://bit.ly/3m15Emv

#Vernier #EdGrant #STEM #SciEd #K12

Timeline Photos 12/10/2021

Congratulations to the 40 winners of our 40th anniversary educator grants! Each grantee gets $1,000 in Vernier technology, a one-year license for Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro, and professional development. Thank you to all the grant applicants for your dedication to #STEMeducation!

https://bit.ly/3hbbqiL

#Vernier #STEM #EdGrant #SciEd

Congratulations to the 40 winners of our 40th anniversary educator grants! Each grantee gets $1,000 in Vernier technology, a one-year license for Vernier Graphical Analysis™ Pro, and professional development. Thank you to all the grant applicants for your dedication to #STEMeducation!

https://bit.ly/3hbbqiL

#Vernier #STEM #EdGrant #SciEd

Los Angeles 21 Area Conference on Science Education Onsite 12/09/2021

Los Angeles 21 Area Conference on Science Education Onsite

Hello, #LosAngeles! We’re excited to be here for this year’s final National Science Teaching Association Area Conference on Science Education. If you’re in LA today through 12/11, stop by our table and learn about innovative Vernier products that support #STEMeducation!

https://www.nsta.org/los-angeles-21-area-conference-science-education-onsite#tab

#Vernier #NSTA #ScienceEducation #STEM

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30 Under 30 In Science 2022: Finding New Worlds, Communicating STEM And Helping Dogs Live Longer 12/08/2021

30 Under 30 In Science 2022: Finding New Worlds, Communicating STEM And Helping Dogs Live Longer

From advanced prosthetics to space exploration, the members of the latest Forbes 30 Under 30 in #Science list are sparking innovation and making major advancements in myriad #STEM fields. Check out the full list: https://bit.ly/3368EY7

30 Under 30 In Science 2022: Finding New Worlds, Communicating STEM And Helping Dogs Live Longer The members of the 2022 Forbes 30 Under 30 Science list are advancing knowledge in fields as divergent as canines, coral and the cosmos.

12/07/2021

What were the five most popular articles in The Caliper this year? Learn the answer—and explore our newsletter’s 37-year evolution—in the December edition of The Caliper: https://www.vernier.com/caliper/

#Vernier #STEM #YearInReview

Timeline Photos 12/06/2021

Sounds good! On this day in 1877, Thomas Edison made the first audio recording. He used a phonograph, a device he had recently invented, which recorded sound on tinfoil-wrapped cylinders. Can you guess what Edison recited in his historic recording? https://bit.ly/3DnO95C

Sounds good! On this day in 1877, Thomas Edison made the first audio recording. He used a phonograph, a device he had recently invented, which recorded sound on tinfoil-wrapped cylinders. Can you guess what Edison recited in his historic recording? https://bit.ly/3DnO95C

Timeline Photos 12/03/2021

Today, we celebrate Carlos Juan Finlay, a Cuban physician and epidemiologist who was born December 3, 1833. Finlay discovered that mosquitoes transmit yellow fever—a finding that was initially ignored but eventually helped eradicate the disease in Cuba and Panama.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3paV4Kj

#STEM #STEMHistory #Vernier

Today, we celebrate Carlos Juan Finlay, a Cuban physician and epidemiologist who was born December 3, 1833. Finlay discovered that mosquitoes transmit yellow fever—a finding that was initially ignored but eventually helped eradicate the disease in Cuba and Panama.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3paV4Kj

#STEM #STEMHistory #Vernier

12/02/2021

In 1984, a loaf of bread cost less than 75 cents and just 8 percent of households had a personal computer. A lot has changed since then—including The Caliper. Explore its evolution and check out the five most popular articles of 2021 in the newest edition of The Caliper: https://bit.ly/3d7aqe2

#TheCaliper #Vernier #STEM

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