WHAT IS chemapppy ?
ChemAppPy is a Python package that makes the ChemApp thermochemistry library, developed by GTT-Technologies, accessible in Python, and adds some powerful tools to make it easier and more productive to do thermochemical calculations. (Click here for more detailed information)
ChemAppPy is available in two different editions, namely Light and Development. The Light edition is provided free of charge for demonstration purposes, but has limited functionality. The Development edition provides the full functionality of ChemApp, and everything that ChemAppPy adds to it.
We have online examples to get to learn the software better and do some basic calculations with ChemAppPy.
Ex Mente develops and supports ChemAppPy. Please contact us for more information.
If you would like to download the latest version of ChemAppPy, please fill in the download form below. Once completed, you will be redirected to a download page. Here you will find versions for both Python 3.6.5 and 3.7.
Please have a look at the release notes in the user manual. This will quickly update you on the differences between the latest version and the older versions.
Installation instructions can be found in the Getting Started section of the manual. You can also find a summary of the instructions on our Installing ChemAppPy page.
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