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A very useful and portable software program worth having when you need to draw lab diagrams, print data, and play the experiments

editor's review




Chemix is a lightweight Windows application whose purpose is to help you draw designs with the aid of common laboratory chemistry equipment.

It can be used as an education tool for anyone interested in the field of chemistry. You can easily generate suggestive images that depict lab experiments.

The advantages of being portable

Since this is a portable program, it is important to mention that it doesn’t leave any traces in the Windows Registry.

You can copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices, and take it with you whenever you need to create chemistry designs on the breeze, without having to go through installation steps.

Clean feature lineup

You are welcomed by a well-organized set of functions that enables you to create a new design with minimum effort. The interactive working environment enables you to drag and drop the objects to the desired area.

Creating a new design from scratch

Chemix gives you the possibility to use various types of preset objects that can be inserted in the work area on the breeze, namely glass containers, metallic apparatus, transporting glass apparatus, fluids, and other types of objects.

What’s more, you can zoom in or out, show or hide the table where the objects are placed, drag the items that you want to delete in the Recycle Bin, play the current experiment, activate the loop function, switch to a full screen mode, use hotkeys for a better control over the entire process, as well as print the generated experiment.

Bottom line

All in all, Chemix proves to be a reliable application that comes bundled with a handy set of functions for helping you create chemistry experiments.

Chemix was reviewed by Ana Marculescu
Last updated on March 14th, 2014
Chemix - This is the main window of Chemix from where you can start building your chemistry diagram.

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