Formulia is an application focused on science students, mainly engineering. Its objective is to provide a collection of formulas from the different branches that exist in mathematics, physics and chemistry, as well as various other tools that will be helpful when performing certain calculations.

MATHS

● Algebra

● Geometry

● Flat and spherical trigonometry

● Differential calculus

● Integral calculus

● Multivariable calculus

● Probability and statistics

● Linear algebra

● Ordinary differential equations

● Fourier series and Laplace transforms

● Discrete mathematics

● Beta and Gamma functions

● Z Transform

PHYSICS

● Mechanics

● Fluid mechanics

● Waves

● Thermodynamics

● Electromagnetism

● Optical

● Modern Physics

CHEMISTRY

● Stoichiometry

● Solutions

● Thermochemistry

● Electrochemistry

● Gases

● Structure of the atom

● Organic chemistry

[NEW] Formulia Creator

Create, calculate and save your own formulas. This new functionality allows you to add custom calculators, with a huge variety of options, among the features it includes are:

● Classify your calculator by sections

● Add an unlimited number of variables, write its name and symbol, a description to know what it is about or its units of measurement with its conversion factor

● Program the formulas that you can calculate with each variable, thanks to the large number of operators that you can use

● Save the results of each calculation for later reference

● Share or import calculators with your classmates

TOOLS

● Universal constants

● Units of measure

● Unit conversions

● Tables of values (densities, specific heats, etc.)

● Greek alphabet

● SI prefixes

● Mathematical symbology

● Scientific calculator

● Unit converter

● Matrix calculator

Periodic table: Check the most important information and properties of each chemical element such as:

● Electron configuration

● Atomic weight

● Oxidation states

● Number of electrons, protons and neutrons

● Density, melting and boiling point

● Heat of fusion, heat of vaporization and specific heat

● Thermal and electrical conductivity, and resistivity

● Electronegativity

● And other properties