Calculators Created by Akshada Kulkarni

National Institute of Information Technology (NIIT), Neemrana
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Formulas Created
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Formulas Verified
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Across Categories

List of Calculators by Akshada Kulkarni

Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Akshada Kulkarni. Akshada Kulkarni has created 501 and verified 889 calculators across 119 different categories till date.
Verified Activity of hydrogen ion given pH
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Verified Concentration of hydrogen ion given pH
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Verified Concentration of hydroxyl ion given pOH
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Verified Dissociation constant of weak acid given pKa
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Verified Dissociation constant of weak base given pKb
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Verified pH given activity of hydrogen ion
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Verified pH given concentration of hydrogen ion
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Verified pKa given dissociation constant of weak acid
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Verified pKb given dissociation constant of weak base
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Verified pOH given concentration of hydroxyl ion
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Verified Allred Rochow's Electronegativity given IE and EA
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Verified Allred Rochow's Electronegativity in terms of bond energies
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Verified Allred Rochow's Electronegativity of an element
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Verified Covalent radius from Allred Rochow's Electronegativity
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Verified Effective Nuclear Charge from Allred Rochow's Electronegativity
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Verified Electron Affinity of an element using Allred Rochow's Electronegativity
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Verified Ionization Energy of an element using Allred Rochow's Electronegativity
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Created Amplitude Sensitivity of Modulator
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Created Bandwidth in DSB-SC
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Created Bandwidth of SSB
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Created Bandwidth of VSB
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Created Carrier Power
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Created Lower Sideband Power
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Created Lower Sideband Power when carrier power is given
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Created Maximum amplitude
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Created Minimum Amplitude
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Created Modulation index when amplitude sensitivity is given
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Created Modulation index when maximum and minimum amplitude is given
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Created Number of quantization levels
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Created Number of Samples
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Created Quantization step size
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Created Sampling period
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Created Sampling Theorem
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Created Signal to noise ratio
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Created Total Current
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Created Total Power when modulation index is given
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Created Transmitted power of DSB-SC
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Created Transmitted power of DSB-SC when modulation index is given
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Created Transmitted power of SSB
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Created Transmitted power of SSB when modulation index is given
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Created Upper Sideband Power when carrier power is given
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10 More Analog communications Calculators
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Verified Angular momentum in terms of kinetic energy
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Verified Angular momentum using moment of inertia
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Verified Angular velocity given kinetic energy
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Verified Angular velocity in terms of inertia and kinetic energy
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Verified Angular velocity of diatomic molecule
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Verified Angular velocity using angular momentum and inertia
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Verified Rotational frequency given angular frequency
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Verified Rotational frequency in terms of velocity 1
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Verified Rotational frequency in terms of velocity 2
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Verified pKa of Salt of Weak acid and Strong base
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5 More Anionic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Verified Actual work done when Compressor efficiency and isentropic shaft work is given
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Verified Actual work done when Turbine efficiency and isentropic shaft work is given
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Verified Change in enthalpy in the turbine (expanders)
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Verified Compressor efficiency when actual and shaft work (isentropic) is given
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Verified Mass flow rate of a stream in the turbine (expanders)
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Verified Turbine efficiency when actual and shaft work (isentropic) is given
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Verified Work done (isentropic condition) when Compressor efficiency and actual shaft work is given
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Verified Work done (isentropic condition) when Turbine efficiency and actual shaft work is given
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Verified Work done rate (isentropic condition) for adiabatic compression process when Cp is given
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Verified Work done rate (isentropic condition) for adiabatic compression process when γ is given
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Verified Work done rate by a turbine (expanders)
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12 More Application of thermodynamics to flow processes Calculators
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Created Activation energy for backward reaction
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Created Activation energy for forward reaction
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Created Arrhenius equation
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Created Arrhenius equation for backward equation
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Created Arrhenius equation for forward reaction
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Created Backward reaction rate constant in terms of Arrhenius equation
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Created Enthalpy of chemical reaction
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Created Enthalpy of chemical reaction at absolute temperatures
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Created Enthalpy of chemical reaction using equilibrium constants
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Created Equilibrium constant 2 using activation energy of reaction
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Created Equilibrium constant 2 using enthalpy of reaction
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Created Equilibrium constant at temperature T1
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Created Equilibrium constant at temperature T2
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Created Equilibrium constant in terms of Arrhenius equation
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Created Forward reaction rate constant in terms of Arrhenius equation
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Created Pre-exponential factor for backward reaction in terms of Arrhenius equation
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Created Pre-exponential factor for forward reaction in terms of Arrhenius equation
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Created Pre-exponential factor in Arrhenius equation
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Created Pre-exponential factor in Arrhenius equation for backward reaction
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Created Pre-exponential factor in Arrhenius equation for forward reaction
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Verified Atomic Packing Factor of BCC
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Verified Atomic Packing Factor of BCC in terms of particle radius
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Verified Atomic Packing Factor of FCC
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Verified Atomic Packing Factor of FCC in terms of particle radius
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Verified Atomic Packing Factor of SCC
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Verified Atomic Packing Factor of SCC in terms of particle radius
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2 More Atomic Packing Factor Calculators
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Created Beer-Lambert Law
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Created Beer-Lambert law in terms of intensity of radiation
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Created Concentration of solution
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Created Concentration of solution given intensities of radiation
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Created Intensity of incident radiation
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Created Intensity of incident radiation given concentration of solution
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Created Intensity of transmitted radiation
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Created Intensity of transmitted radiation given concentration of solution
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Created Molar extinction coefficient
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Created Molar extinction coefficient given intensities of radiation
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Created Molar extinction coefficient given slope of plot
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Created Slope of absorbance vs concentration plot
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Created Thickness of cell
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Created Thickness of cell given intensities of radiation
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Created Thickness of cell given slope
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Verified Total volume of gas adsorbed at equilibrium by BET equation
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Verified Volume of monolayer gas by BET equation
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Created Ionization potential
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Created Kinetic energy of electron given atomic number
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Created Orbital frequency of an electron
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Created Potential energy of electron given atomic number
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Created Radius of Bohr's orbit
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Created Radius of Bohr's orbit for the Hydrogen atom
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Created Radius of Bohr's orbit given atomic number
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Created Radius of orbit given angular velocity
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Created Total energy of electron given atomic number
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Created Total energy of electron in nth orbit
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Created Velocity of electron given time period of electron
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Created Velocity of electron in Bohr's orbit
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Created Velocity of electron in orbit given angular velocity
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Created Wave number given frequency of photon
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11 More Bohr's atomic model Calculators
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Verified Bond length
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Verified Bond length in terms of masses and radius 1
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Verified Bond length in terms of masses and radius 2
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Verified Bond length of diatomic molecule in rotational spectrum
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Verified Bond length using moment of inertia
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Verified Bond length using reduced mass
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Verified Radius 1 of rotation given bond length
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Verified Radius 2 of rotation given bond length
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Verified Concentration of acid in acidic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified Concentration of base in basic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified Concentration of salt in acidic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified Concentration of salt in basic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified pH of acidic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified pKa of acidic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified pKb of basic buffer using Henderson's equation
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Verified pOH of basic buffer using Henderson's equation
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5 More Buffer Solution Calculators
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Verified Concentration of mobile phase given capacity factor
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Verified Concentration of stationary phase given capacity factor
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2 More Capacity factor Calculators
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Verified pKb of Salt of Strong Acid and Weak base
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5 More Cationic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Verified Order of reaction with respect to reactant A
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Verified Order of reaction with respect to reactant B
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Verified Overall order of reaction
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Verified Rate of chemical reaction
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Verified Total change in concentration of reaction
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Verified Total time taken during reaction
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2 More Chemical Kinetics Calculators
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Verified August Roche Magnus formula
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Verified Boiling Point using Trouton's Rule in terms of enthalpy
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Verified Boiling Point using Trouton's Rule in terms of Latent Heat
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Verified Boiling Point using Trouton's Rule in terms of Specific Latent Heat
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Created Clausius Equation
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Verified Enthalpy of vaporization using Trouton's Rule
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Verified Enthalpy using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Entropy of vaporization using Trouton's Rule
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Verified Final Pressure using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Final Temperature using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Initial Pressure using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Initial Temperature using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Latent heat of evaporation of water near standard temperature and pressure
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Verified Latent Heat of vaporization for transitions
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Verified Latent Heat using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Latent Heat using Trouton's Rule
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Verified Pressure for transitions between gas and condensed phase
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Verified Ratio of vapour pressure using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Saturation vapor pressure near standard temperature and pressure
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Verified Slope of coexistence curve in terms of enthalpy
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Verified Slope of coexistence curve in terms of entropy
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Verified Slope of coexistence curve in terms of Latent Heat
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Verified Slope of coexistence curve in terms of pressure and latent heat
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Verified Slope of coexistence curve in terms of Specific Latent Heat
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Verified Slope of coexistence curve of Water Vapor near standard temperature and pressure
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Verified Specific latent heat of evaporation of water near standard temperature and pressure
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Verified Specific Latent Heat using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Verified Specific Latent Heat using Trouton's Rule
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Verified Temperature for transitions
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Verified Temperature in evaporation of water near standard temperature and pressure
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Verified Density given thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cp
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Verified Density given thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cv
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Verified Density using relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Verified Isentropic compressibility given thermal pressure coefficient and Cp
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Verified Isentropic compressibility given thermal pressure coefficient and Cv
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Verified Isothermal compressibility given thermal pressure coefficient and Cp
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Verified Isothermal compressibility given thermal pressure coefficient and Cv
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Verified Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure given thermal pressure coefficient
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Verified Molar Heat Capacity at constant Volume given thermal pressure coefficient
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Verified Relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Verified Temperature given thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cp
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Verified Temperature given thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cv
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Verified Thermal pressure coefficient using compressibility factors and Cp
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Verified Thermal pressure coefficient using compressibility factors and Cv
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Verified Volume using relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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24 More Compressibility Calculators
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Created Compton shift
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Created Compton shift given wavelength
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Created Compton wavelength given Compton shift
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Created Compton wavelength of electron
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Created Wavelength of incident beam given Compton shift
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Created Wavelength of scattered beam given Compton shift
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Verified Molar concentration given dissociation constant of weak electrolyte
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18 More Concentration of electrolyte Calculators
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Verified Mass of solvent using molality
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Verified Molality using number of moles and mass of solvent
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Verified Molarity given acidity and normality
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Verified Molarity given basicity and normality
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Verified Molarity given molality of solution
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Verified Molarity given normality and equivalent mass
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Verified Molarity given normality and number of equivalents
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Verified Molarity in terms of normality and valency factor
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Verified Molarity of substance
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Verified Mole fraction of component 1 in a binary solution
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Verified Mole fraction of solute in terms of molarity
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Verified Mole fraction of solvent given molality
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Verified Number of moles of solute using molality
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12 More Concentration terms Calculators
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Verified Cell constant given conductance and conductivity
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Verified Conductance
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Verified Conductance given cell constant
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Verified Conductivity given cell constant
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Verified Equivalent Conductance
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Verified Limiting Molar Conductivity of Anions
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Verified Limiting Molar Conductivity of Cations
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Verified Molar Conductance
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Verified Molar conductivity given molarity
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Verified Specific Conductance
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12 More Conductance and Conductivity Calculators
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Created Bandwidth frequency
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Created Damped natural frequency
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Created Damping ratio / Damping factor
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Created Delay time
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Created Maximum Overshoot
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Created Number of oscillations
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Created Peak time
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Created Resonant frequency
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Created Resonant peak
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Created Rise time when Damped Natural Frequency is Given
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Created Rise time when delay time is given
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Created Setting time when tolerance is 2%
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Created Setting time when tolerance is 5%
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Created Time period of oscillations
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1 More Control Systems Calculators
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Verified Bond Angle between Bond pair and Lone pair of electrons in terms of p character
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Verified Bond Angle between Bond pair and Lone pair of electrons in terms of s character
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Verified Bond Order for Molecules Showing Resonance
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Verified Formal Charge on an atom
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Verified Fraction of p character given bond angle
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Verified Fraction of s character given bond angle
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Verified Number of bonding electrons given Formal Charge
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Verified Number of nonbonding electrons given Formal Charge
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Verified Number of valence electrons given Formal Charge
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Verified Percentage of p character given bond angle
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Verified Percentage of s character given bond angle
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Verified Total number of bonds between all structures given Bond Order
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Verified Total number of Resonating Structures given Bond Order
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Created De Broglie wavelength for an Electron given Potential
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Created De Broglie wavelength of charged particle given potential
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Created De Broglie wavelength of particle in circular orbit
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Created De Broglie's wavelength given velocity of particle
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Created Einstein's mass energy relation
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Created Energy of particle
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Created Energy of particle when de Broglie wavelength is given
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Created Kinetic energy given de Broglie wavelength
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Created Number of revolutions of an electron
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Created Potential given de Broglie wavelength
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Created Potential given de Broglie wavelength of electron
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Created Relation between de Broglie wavelength and kinetic energy of particle
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1 More De Broglie hypothesis Calculators
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Verified Degree of dissociation
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Verified Degree of dissociation given concentration and dissociation constant of weak electrolyte
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Verified Degree of dissociation of acid 1 given dissociation constant of both acids
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Verified Degree of dissociation of acid 2 given dissociation constant of both acids
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Verified Degree of dissociation of base 1 given dissociation constant of both base
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Verified Degree of dissociation of base 2 given dissociation constant of both base
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Verified Absolute density
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Verified Density of gas
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Verified Density of gas particle given vapour density
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Verified Density of hydrogen given vapour density
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Verified Density of solution given molarity and molality
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Verified Density of solution using molarity of solution
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Verified Density of substance given specific gravity
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Verified Molar mass of gas given absolute density at STP
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Verified Molar mass of gas given vapour density
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Verified Molar volume of gas given absolute density
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Verified Pressure of gas given gas density
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Verified Temperature of gas given gas density
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Verified Vapour density using density of gas substance
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4 More Density for gases Calculators
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Verified Density of BCC lattice
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Verified Density Of FCC lattice
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Verified Density of Simple Cubic Unit Cell
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Verified Density of Unit Cell
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Verified Linear Density
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Verified Linear Density for BCC 101 direction
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Verified Linear Density for BCC 110 direction
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Verified Linear Density for BCC 111 direction
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Verified Planar Density
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Verified Planar Density for BCC 100 plane
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Verified Planar Density for FCC 100 plane
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Verified Planar Density for FCC 110 plane
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Verified Planar Density for FCC 111 plane
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Verified Cryoscopic Constant given Depression in Freezing Point
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Verified Cryoscopic Constant in terms of Latent Heat of Fusion
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Verified Cryoscopic Constant in terms of Molar Enthalpy of Fusion
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Verified Depression in Freezing Point of solvent
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Verified Freezing point of solvent given Cryoscopic Constant and Latent Heat of Fusion
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Verified Freezing point of solvent given Cryoscopic Constant and Molar Enthalpy of Fusion
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Verified Latent Heat of Fusion given Freezing point of solvent
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Created Molal freezing point constant given freezing point depression
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Created Molal Freezing Point Lowering Constant
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Verified Molality given Depression in Freezing Point
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Created Molality given Freezing Point Depression
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Verified Molar Enthalpy of Fusion given Freezing point of solvent
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Verified Molar Mass of solvent given Cryoscopic Constant
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Created Solvent Freezing Point given Molal Freezing Point Lowering Constant
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Created Solvent Molecular Weight given Molal Freezing Point Lowering Constant
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Verified Van't Hoff equation for Depression in Freezing Point of electrolyte
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor of an Electrolyte in terms of Depression in Freezing Point
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Created Attenuation when power of 2 signals are given
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Created Attenuation when voltage of 2 signals are given
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Created Bandwidth of ASK when baud rate is given
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Created Bandwidth of ASK when bit rate is given
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Created Bandwidth of FSK
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Created Bandwidth of Multilevel FSK
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Created Bandwidth of PSK
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Created Bandwidth of raised cosine filter
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Created Baud Rate
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Created Bit rate
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Created Bit rate of raised cosine filter
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Created Bit rate of raised cosine filter when time period is given
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Created Bit rate when bit time is given
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Created Probability error of BPSK
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Created Probability error of coherent FSK
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Created Probability error of DPSK
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Created Probability error of non coherent FSK
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Created Symbol time
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Verified Dissociation constant given degree of dissociation of weak electrolyte
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Verified Dissociation constant of acid 1 given degree of dissociation of both the acids
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Verified Dissociation constant of acid 2 given degree of dissociation of both the acids
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Verified Dissociation constant of base 1 given degree of dissociation of both the bases
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Verified Dissociation constant of base 2 given degree of dissociation of both the bases
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Created Distance of closest approach
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Created Velocity of alpha particle using distance of closest approach
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EDC (48)
Created Acceleration when force and electric field is present
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Created Angular Velocity of a particle in a magnetic field
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Created Base current using Current amplification Factor
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Created Base Transport Factor
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Created Base Transport Factor using current amplification factor
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Created Collector current using Base transport factor
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Created Collector current using Current amplification factor
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Created Collector to emitter leakage current
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Created Common collector current gain
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Created Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type)
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Created Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for p-type)
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Created Conductivity in Metals
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Created Conductivity in Semiconductors
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Created Current Amplification factor
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Created Current Amplification factor using Base transport factor
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Created Current density due to electrons
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Created Current density due to holes
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Created Current density in semiconductors
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Created Diameter of a cycloid
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Created Diode Equation
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Created Drain current
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Created Einstein Equation for electrons
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Created Einstein Equation for holes
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Created Electric Field Intensity
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Created Electron Diffusion Length
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Created Electrostatic Deflection Sensitivity
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Created Emitter Current
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Created Emitter current using Base Transport Factor
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Created Emitter Efficiency
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Created Hole Diffusion Length
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Created Intrinsic carrier concentration
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Created Intrinsic carrier concentration using hole and electron carrier concentration
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Created Magnetic Deflection Sensitivity
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Created Majority Carrier Concentration
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Created Mobility of charge carriers
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Created Path of a particle in cycloidal plane
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Created Radius of electron on circular path
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Created Saturation drain current
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Created Saturation voltage between drain and source
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Created Self Resonance Frequency
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Created Thermal Voltage
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Created Time period of an electron
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Created Transition capacitance
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Created Velocity of an electron due to voltage
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Created Velocity of an electron in force fields
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Created Voltage Equivalent of Temperature
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Created Zener Diode Regulator
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Created Zener Resistance or Zener Impedance
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2 More EDC Calculators
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Verified Electrical Energy of Electrochemical Cell
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7 More Electrochemical cell Calculators
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Verified Current Efficiency
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Verified Electrode Potential given gibbs free energy
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Verified Equilibrium Constant given degree of dissociation
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Verified Ionic Mobility
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Verified Kohlrausch Law
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Verified Nernst Equation
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Verified Nernst Equation for solids, liquids & gases at 1 atom
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Verified Solubility
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Verified Solubility Product
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14 More Electrochemistry Calculators
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Verified Ebullioscopic Constant given Elevation in Boiling Point
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Verified Ebullioscopic Constant in terms of Latent Heat of Vaporization
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Verified Ebullioscopic Constant in terms of Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization
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Verified Elevation in Boiling Point of the Solvent
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Verified Latent Heat of Vaporization given Boiling point of solvent
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Verified Molality given Elevation in Boiling Point
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Created Solvent Boiling Point in Boiling Point Elevation
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Created Solvent Molecular Weight in Boiling Point Elevation
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Verified Van't Hoff equation for Elevation in Boiling Point of electrolyte
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor of an Electrolyte in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point
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7 More Elevation in Boiling Point Calculators
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Verified EMF of a due cell
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7 More EMF of concentration cell Calculators
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Verified Acentric factor using B(0) and B(1) of Pitzer correlations for second virial coefficient
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Verified Acentric factor using Pitzer correlations for the compressibility factor
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Verified Compressibility factor using Pitzer correlations for the compressibility factor
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Verified Compressibility factor when reduced second virial coefficient is given
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Verified Reduced second virial coefficient using B(0) and B(1)
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Verified Reduced second virial coefficient when the compressibility factor is given
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15 More Equation of states Calculators
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Created Backward reaction rate constant
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Created Change in number of moles
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Created Equilibrium concentration of substance A
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Created Equilibrium concentration of substance B
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Created Equilibrium concentration of substance C
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Created Equilibrium constant
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Created Equilibrium constant with respect to molar concentrations
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Created Forward reaction rate constant
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Created Number of moles of gaseous products
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Created Number of moles of gaseous reactants
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1 More Equilibrium constant Calculators
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Created Equilibrium constant with respect to mole fraction
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Created Equilibrium mole fraction of substance A
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Created Equilibrium mole fraction of substance B
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Created Equilibrium mole fraction of substance C
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Created Equilibrium mole fraction of substance D
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Created Equilibrium constant with respect to partial pressure
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Created Equilibrium partial pressure of substance A
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Created Equilibrium partial pressure of substance B
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Created Equilibrium partial pressure of substance C
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Created Equilibrium partial pressure of substance D
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Verified Atomicity given Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure of Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity given Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure and Volume of Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Molar Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Molar Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity of Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Vibrational Mode of Linear Molecule
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Verified Atomicity using Vibrational Mode of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Verified Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule in terms of atomicity only
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Verified Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Verified Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule in terms of atomicity only
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Verified Degree of Freedom given Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity
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Verified Degree of Freedom in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure only
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Verified Degree of Freedom in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume only
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Verified Heat Capacity
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Verified Internal Molar Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Internal Molar Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure given only Degree of Freedom
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Verified Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume given only Degree of Freedom
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Verified Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume of Linear Molecule
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Verified Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Molar Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Molar Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Number of modes in Linear Molecule
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Verified Number of modes in Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Rotational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Rotational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Specific Heat Capacity in terms of heat capacity
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Verified Temperature using Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Verified Temperature using Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Verified Temperature using Molar Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Temperature using Molar Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Temperature using Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Temperature using Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Total Kinetic Energy
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Verified Translational Energy
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Verified Vibrational energy modeled as harmonic oscillator
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Verified Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Verified Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Verified Vibrational Mode of Linear Molecule
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Verified Vibrational Mode of Non-Linear Molecule
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28 More Equipartition Principle and Heat Capacity Calculators
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Verified Acidity given equivalent weight
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Verified Basicity given equivalent weight
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Verified Equivalent weight for acids
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Verified Equivalent weight for base
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Verified Equivalent weight of oxidising agent
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Verified Equivalent weight of reducing agent
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Verified Number of electrons in valence shell
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Verified Number of electrons left after bonding
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Verified Number of moles of electron gained using equivalent weight of oxidising agent
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Verified Number of moles of electron lost using equivalent weight of reducing agent
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Verified Oxidation number
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Verified Valency factor given equivalent weight
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3 More Equivalent weight Calculators
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Verified Mass of Primary product formed at electrode
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17 More Equivalent weight Calculators
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Verified Actual enthalpy when excess and ideal solution enthalpy is given
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Verified Actual entropy when excess and ideal solution entropy is given
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Verified Actual Gibbs energy when excess and ideal solution Gibbs energy is given
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Verified Actual volume when excess and ideal solution volume is given
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Verified Excess enthalpy when actual and ideal solution enthalpy is given
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Verified Excess entropy when actual and ideal solution entropy is given
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Verified Excess Gibbs energy when actual and ideal solution Gibbs energy is given
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Verified Excess volume when actual and ideal solution volume is given
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Verified Ideal solution enthalpy when excess and actual solution enthalpy is given
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Verified Ideal solution entropy when excess and actual solution entropy is given
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Verified Ideal solution Gibbs energy when excess and actual solution Gibbs energy is given
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Verified Ideal solution volume when excess and actual solution volume is given
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Verified Average time of completion for first order reaction
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Verified Average time of completion given half time
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Verified Graphical representation for time for completion
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Verified Half time completion of first order reaction
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Verified Half time for completion given average time
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Verified Rate constant at half time for first order reaction
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Verified Rate constant by titration method for first order reaction
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Verified Rate constant given average time
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Verified Rate constant of first order reaction using logarithm to the base 10
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Verified Time for completion by titration method for first order reaction
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Verified Time for completion for first order given rate constant and initial concentration
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Verified Time for completion of first order reaction
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Verified Saturated pressure of comp. 1 when second virial coefficient and sat. vapour fugacity coefficient
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Verified Saturated vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 1 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficient
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Verified Saturated vapour fugacity coefficient of comp. 2 when sat. pressure and second virial coefficient
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Verified Second virial coefficient of comp. 1 when sat. pressure and saturated vapour fugacity coefficient
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Verified Second virial coefficient of comp. 2 when saturated pressure and sat. vapour fugacity coefficient
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Verified Fugacity of liq. phase species using Poynting factor correlation
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Verified Fugacity of liq. phase species when Poynting factor is given
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Verified Poynting factor when Saturated fugacity coeff. and Fugacity of liq. phase species is given
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Verified Saturated fugacity coeff. using Poynting factor correlation and Fugacity of liq. phase species
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Verified Saturated fugacity coeff. when Poynting factor and Fugacity of liq. phase species is given
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Verified Saturated pressure using Poynting factor and Fugacity of liq. phase species
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1 More Fugacity and fugacity coefficient Calculators
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Verified Fugacity coefficient when residual Gibbs free energy is given
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Verified Fugacity when Gibbs free energy, ideal Gibbs free energy and pressure is given
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Verified Fugacity when residual Gibbs free energy and pressure is given
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Verified Gibbs free energy when ideal Gibbs free energy, pressure and fugacity is given
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Verified Ideal Gibbs free energy when Gibbs free energy, pressure and fugacity coefficient is given
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Verified Pressure when Gibbs free energy, ideal Gibbs free energy and fugacity is given
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Verified Pressure when residual Gibbs free energy and fugacity is given
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Verified Residual Gibbs free energy when fugacity and pressure is given
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Verified Residual Gibbs free energy when fugacity coefficient is given
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Verified Temperature when actual and ideal Gibbs free energy and fugacity coefficient is given
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Verified Temperature when Gibbs free energy, ideal Gibbs free energy, pressure and fugacity is given
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Verified Temperature when residual Gibbs free energy and fugacity coefficient is given
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Verified Temperature when residual Gibbs free energy and fugacity is given
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3 More Fugacity and fugacity coefficient using Residual Gibbs energy Calculators
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Verified Gibbs free energy change
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8 More Gibbs free energy Calculators
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Verified Number of Components considering reactions and constraints
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Verified pKa of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak base
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Verified pKb of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak base
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5 More Hydrolysis for weak acid and weak base Calculators
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Verified Constant of hydrolysis given ionic product of water and acid ionization const of weak acid
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Verified Constant of hydrolysis given ionic product of water and basic ionization const of weak base
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Verified Ionic product of water given constant of hydrolysis and acid ionization const of weak acid
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Verified Ionic product of water given constant of hydrolysis and basic ionization const of weak base
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Verified Henry law constant when mole fraction and partial pressure of gas is given in Henry Law
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Verified Mole fraction of dissolved gas using Henry Law
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Verified Partial pressure using Henry Law
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18 More Ideal Gas Calculators
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Verified Ideal gas enthalpy using Ideal gas Mixture model in binary system
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Verified Ideal gas entropy using Ideal gas Mixture model in binary system
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Verified Ideal gas Gibbs energy using Ideal gas Mixture model in binary system
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Verified Ideal gas volume using Ideal gas Mixture model in binary system
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Verified Ideal solution enthalpy using Ideal Solution model in binary system
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Verified Ideal solution entropy using Ideal Solution model in binary system
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Verified Ideal solution Gibbs energy using Ideal Solution model in binary system
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Verified Ideal solution volume using Ideal Solution model in binary system
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Verified Molecular Mass of a liquid forming an immiscible mixture with Water
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Verified Molecular Mass of liquid in mixture of 2 immiscible liquids given weights of liquids
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Verified Partial Vapour Pressure of immiscible liquid given partial pressure of other
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Verified Ratio of Molecular Mass of 2 immiscible liquids
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Verified Ratio of molecular masses of water to a liquid forming a immiscible mixture
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Verified Ratio of partial pressure of 2 immiscible liquids in terms their number of moles
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Verified Ratio of partial vapour pressures of 2 Immiscible Liquids in terms of weight and molecular mass
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Verified Ratio of partial vapour pressures of water with a liquid forming a immiscible mixture
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Verified Ratio of weights of 2 immiscible liquids forming a mixture
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Verified Ratio of weights of water to a liquid forming a immiscible mixture
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Verified Total Pressure of mixture of liquid with water given vapour pressure of water
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Verified Total Pressure of mixture of two Immiscible Liquids
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Verified Total Pressure of mixture of water with liquid given vapour pressure
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Verified Total Vapour Pressure of mixture of given partial pressure of one liquid
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Verified Vapour Pressure of a liquid forming an immiscible mixture with Water
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Verified Vapour Pressure of water forming an immiscible mixture with a liquid
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Verified Weight of a liquid required to form a immiscible mixture with water
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Verified Weight of liquid in mixture of 2 immiscible liquids given weight of other liquid
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Verified Weight of water required to form immiscible mixture with liquid given weight
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Verified Binomial distribution
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Verified Crashing
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Verified Early Finish Time
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Verified EOQ Manufacturing Model with Shortage
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Verified Expected length of non-empty queue
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Verified Expected number of customers in the queue
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Verified Expected number of customers in the system
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Verified Expected waiting time for customers in the queue
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Verified Expected waiting time for customers in the system
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Verified Free Float
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Verified Independent float
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Verified Independent float given slack
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Verified Late Finish Time
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Verified New number in simplex table
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Verified Non-empty queue probability
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Verified Normal distribution
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Verified PERT expected time
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Verified Point r on line
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Verified Poisson distribution
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Verified Probability of customers exceeding a number
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Verified Reorder Point
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Verified Standard Deviation
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Verified Standard normal variation
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Verified Total Float
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Verified Total Float given finish times
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Verified Total Float given start times
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Verified Traffic intensity
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Verified Variance
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Verified Interplanar angle for Hexagonal system
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Verified Interplanar Distance in Cubic Crystal Lattice
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Verified Interplanar Distance in Hexagonal Crystal Lattice
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Verified Interplanar Distance in Monoclinic Crystal Lattice
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Verified Interplanar Distance in Triclinic Crystal Lattice
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Verified Ionic Potential
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Verified Kinetic energy in terms of angular momentum
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Verified Kinetic energy in terms of inertia and angular velocity
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Verified Kinetic energy of system
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Verified Kinetic energy when angular velocity
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Verified Velocity of particle 1
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Verified Velocity of particle 1 in terms of K E
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Verified Velocity of particle 2
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Verified Velocity of particle 2 in terms of K E
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Verified Average velocity of gas given pressure and density
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Verified Average velocity of gas given pressure and volume
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Verified Average velocity of gas given pressure and volume in 2D
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Verified Average velocity of gas given root mean square speed
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Verified Average velocity of gas given temperature
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Verified Average velocity of gas given temperature in 2D
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Verified Compressibility factor given molar volume of gases
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Verified Critical pressure given Vander Waal constants
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Verified Critical pressure without the use of Van der Waals constant
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Verified Critical temperature given Vander wall constants
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Verified Critical temperature without the use of Van der Waals constant
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Verified Critical volume given Vander Waal constant b
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Verified Critical volume without the use of Van der Waals constant
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Verified Density of gas given average velocity and pressure
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Verified Density of gas given most probable speed pressure
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Verified Density of gas given most probable speed pressure in 2D
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Verified Density of gas given root mean square speed and pressure
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Verified Density of gas given root mean square speed and pressure in 2D
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Verified Force by gas molecule on the wall of the box
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Verified Kinetic energy given n mole of gas
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Verified Kinetic energy in terms of pressure and volume of gas
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Verified Kinetic energy of gas 1 if the mixture of gas is present
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Verified Kinetic energy of gas 2 if the mixture of two gas is present
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Verified Length of rectangular box given time of collision
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Verified Length of the box given force
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Verified Mass of each gas molecule in 3D box given pressure
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Verified Mass of gas molecule given force
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Verified Mass of gas molecule in 1D given pressure
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Verified Mean square speed of gas molecule given pressure and volume of gas
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Verified Molar mass given most probable speed and temperature
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Verified Molar mass given most probable speed and temperature in 2D
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Verified Molar mass of gas given average velocity, pressure, and volume
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Verified Molar mass of gas given most probable speed, pressure and volume
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Verified Molar mass of gas given root mean square speed and pressure
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Verified Molar mass of gas given root mean square speed and temperature
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Verified Molar mass of gas given root mean square speed and temperature in 1D
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Verified Molar mass of gas given root mean square speed and temperature in 2D
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Verified Molar mass of gas given temperature and average velocity
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Verified Molar mass of gas given temperature and average velocity in 2D
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Verified Molar volume of perfect gas in terms of compressibility factor
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Verified Molar volume of real gas in terms of compressibility factor
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Verified Most probable velocity of gas given pressure and density
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Verified Most probable velocity of gas given pressure and density in 2D
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Verified Most probable velocity of gas given pressure and volume
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Verified Most probable velocity of gas given RMS velocity
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Verified Most probable velocity of gas given temperature
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Verified Most probable velocity of gas given temperature in 2D
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Verified Number of gas molecules in 3D box given pressure
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Verified Number of moles given kinetic energy
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Verified Number of moles of gas 1 given kinetic energy of both gases
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Verified Number of moles of gas 2 given kinetic energy of both gases
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Verified Pressure exerted by a single gas molecule in 1D
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Verified Pressure of gas given average velocity and density
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Verified Pressure of gas given average velocity and volume
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Verified Pressure of gas given average velocity and volume in 2D
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Verified Pressure of gas given kinetic energy
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Verified Pressure of gas given most probable speed and density
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Verified Pressure of gas given most probable speed and volume
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Verified Pressure of gas given most probable speed and volume in 2D
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Verified Pressure of gas given root mean square speed and density
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Verified Pressure of gas given root mean square speed and Volume
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Verified Pressure of gas given root mean square speed and Volume in 1D
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Verified Pressure of gas given root mean square speed and Volume in 2D
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Verified Pressure of gas in terms of compressibility factor
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Verified Pressure of gas molecules in 3D box
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Verified RMS velocity given most probable velocity
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Verified RMS velocity given most probable velocity in 2D
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of pressure and density
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of pressure and density in 1D
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of pressure and volume of gas
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of pressure and volume of gas in 1D
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of pressure and volume of gas in 2D
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of temperature and molar mass
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Verified RMS velocity in terms of temperature and molar mass in 2D
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Verified Root mean square speed given average velocity
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Verified Speed of gas molecule given force
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Verified Speed of gas molecule in 1D given pressure
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Verified Speed of the particle in 3D box
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Verified Temperature given most probable speed and molar mass
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Verified Temperature given most probable speed and molar mass in 2D
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Verified Temperature of gas 1 given kinetic energy of both gases
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Verified Temperature of gas 2 given kinetic energy of both gases
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Verified Temperature of gas given average velocity
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Verified Temperature of gas given average velocity in 2D
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Verified Temperature of gas given kinetic energy
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Verified Temperature of gas given root mean square speed and molar mass
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Verified Temperature of gas in terms of compressibility factor
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Verified Time between collisions of particle and walls
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Verified Vander Waal constant b given critical pressure
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Verified Vander Waal constant b given critical temperature
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Verified Vander Waal constant b given critical volume
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Verified Vander Waal constant given critical pressure
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Verified Vander Waal constant given critical temperature
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Verified Volume of box having gas molecule given pressure
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Verified Volume of gas given average velocity and pressure
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Verified Volume of gas given average velocity and pressure in 2D
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Verified Volume of gas given kinetic energy
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Verified Volume of gas given most probable speed and pressure
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Verified Volume of gas given most probable speed and pressure in 2D
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Verified Volume of gas given root mean square speed and Pressure
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Verified Volume of gas given root mean square speed and Pressure in 2D
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Verified Volume of gas molecules in 3D box given pressure
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43 More Kinetic Theory of Gases Calculators
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Verified Born exponent using Born Landé equation
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Verified Born exponent using Born Landé equation when Madelung constant is not given
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Verified Born exponent using Repulsive Interaction
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Verified Constant depending on compressibility using Born–Mayer equation
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Verified Distance of closest approach using Born Landé equation
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Verified Distance of closest approach using Born Landé equation when Madelung constant is not given
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Verified Distance of closest approach using Electrostatic potential
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Verified Distance of closest approach using Madelung Energy
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Verified Electrostatic potential energy between a pair of ions
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Verified Lattice Energy using Born–Landé equation
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Verified Lattice Energy using Lattice Enthalpy
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Verified Lattice Energy using Original Kapustinskii equation
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Verified Lattice Enthalpy using Lattice Energy
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Verified Madelung constant given Repulsive Interaction Constant
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Verified Madelung constant using Born Landé equation
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Verified Madelung constant using Born Mayer equation
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Verified Madelung constant using Madelung Energy
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Verified Madelung constant using Total Energy of an ion
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Verified Madelung constant using Total Energy of an ion given Repulsive Interaction
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Verified Madelung Energy
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Verified Madelung Energy using Total Energy of an ion
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Verified Madelung Energy using Total Energy of an ion in terms of distance
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Verified Minimum Potential Energy of an ion
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Verified Outer pressure of lattice
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Verified Repulsive Interaction
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Verified Repulsive Interaction Constant
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Verified Repulsive Interaction Constant given Madelung constant
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Verified Repulsive Interaction Constant using Total Energy of an ion
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Verified Repulsive Interaction Constant using Total Energy of ion given Madelung Energy
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Verified Repulsive Interaction using Total Energy of an ion
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Verified Repulsive Interaction using Total Energy of an ion in terms of charges and distances
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Verified Total Energy of an ion in terms of charges and distances
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Verified Total Energy of an ion in the lattice
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Verified Volume change of lattice
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5 More Lattice Energy Calculators
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Verified Actual work when ideal and lost work are given
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Verified Ideal work when lost and actual work are given
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Verified Lost work when ideal and actual work are given
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13 More Laws of thermodynamics, their applications and other basic concepts Calculators
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Verified Column length given number of theoretical plates
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Verified Column length given number of theoretical plates and standard deviation
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Verified Column length given number of theoretical plates and width of peak
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Verified Number of theoretical plates given length and height of column
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Verified Number of theoretical plates given length of column and standard deviation
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Verified Number of theoretical plates given length of column and width of peak
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Verified Standard deviation given length of column and number of theoretical plates
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Verified Width of peak given number of theoretical plates and length of column
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3 More Length of column Calculators
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 1 for infinite dilution using NRTL equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 1 for infinite dilution using Wilson equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 1 using NRTL equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 1 using Wilson equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 2 for infinite dilution using NRTL equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 2 for infinite dilution using Wilson equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 2 using NRTL equation
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Verified Activity coefficient for component 2 using Wilson equation
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Verified Excess Gibbs energy using NRTL equation
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Verified Excess Gibbs energy using Wilson equation
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Verified Diffusion coefficient when given standard deviation
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Verified Distribution ratio
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Verified Distribution ratio of solute A given separation factor
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Verified Distribution ratio of solute B given separation factor
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Verified Height of column given number of theoretical plates
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Verified Mass of first analyte according to scaling equation
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Verified Mass of second analyte according to scaling equation
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Verified Mobile phase travel time given capacity factor
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Verified Molar concentration of third component in first phase
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Verified Molar concentration of third component in second phase
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Verified Nernst distribution law coefficient
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Verified Radius of first column according to scaling equation
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Verified Radius of second column according to scaling equation
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Verified Separation factor of two solutes A and B
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Verified Standard deviation of diffusive band spreading
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Verified Time for diffusion given standard deviation
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Verified Total concentration of solute in aqueous phase
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Verified Total concentration of solute in organic phase
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7 More Method of separation technique Calculators
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Verified Moment of Inertia in terms of K E and angular velocity
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Verified Moment of inertia of diatomic molecule
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Verified Moment of inertia using angular momentum
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Verified Moment of inertia using kinetic energy and angular momentum
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Verified Moment of inertia using masses of diatomic molecule and bond length
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Verified Moment of inertia using reduced mass
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Verified Moment of inertia using rotational constant
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Verified Moment of inertia using rotational energy
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Verified Reduced mass using moment of inertia
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Verified Covalent radius given Mulliken's Electronegativity
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Verified Effective Nuclear Charge given Mulliken's Electronegativity
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Verified Degrees of Freedom of Multi Component System
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Verified Number of Components of Multi Component System
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Verified Number of Phases of Multi Component System
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Verified Acidity given molarity and normality
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Verified Basicity given molarity and normality
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Verified Equivalent mass given molality and normality
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Verified Normality given molality and equivalent mass
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Verified Normality given molarity and acidity
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Verified Normality given molarity and basicity
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Verified Normality given molarity and number of equivalents
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Verified Normality in terms of molarity and valency factor
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Verified Normality of substance 1 at equivalence point
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Verified Normality of substance 2 at equivalence point
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Verified Number of equivalents given molarity and normality
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Verified Number of equivalents of solute
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Verified Number of equivalents of solute given normality
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Verified Number of equivalents of solute in terms of valency factor
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Verified Number of moles of solute in terms of number of equivalents of solute
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Verified Valency factor in terms of molarity and normality
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Verified Valency factor in terms of number of equivalents of solute
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Verified Volume of solution given normality
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Verified Volume of substance 1 at equivalence point
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Verified Volume of substance 2 at equivalence point
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2 More Number of equivalents and normality Calculators
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Verified Degrees of Freedom of One Component System
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Verified Number of Phases of One Component System
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Verified Density of solution given osmotic pressure
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Verified Equilibrium height given osmotic pressure
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Verified Moles of solute given osmotic pressure
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Verified Osmotic Pressure for Non Electrolyte
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Verified Osmotic pressure given concentration of two substances
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Verified Osmotic Pressure given density of solution
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Verified Osmotic pressure given volume and concentration of two substances
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Verified Osmotic pressure given volume and osmotic pressure of two substances
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Verified Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution
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Verified Temperature of gas given osmotic pressure
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Verified Total concentration of particles using osmotic pressure
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor given Osmotic Pressure
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Verified Van't Hoff Osmotic Pressure for an Electrolyte
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Verified Van't Hoff Osmotic Pressure for mixture of 2 solutions
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Verified Volume of solution given osmotic pressure
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Verified Concentration of anion given Ka and concentration of weak acid and hydrogen ion
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Verified Concentration of hydrogen ion given Ka and concentration of weak acid and anion
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Verified Concentration of weak acid given dissociation constant and concentration of ions
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Verified Degree of dissociation given Ka and initial concentration
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Verified Degree of dissociation given Ka and molar volume of weak acid
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Verified Dissociation constant Ka given initial concentration
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Verified Dissociation constant Ka given initial concentration of weak acid and degree of dissociation
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Verified Dissociation constant of weak acid Ka given concentration of weak acid and its ions
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Verified Initial concentration of weak acid given dissociation constant Ka
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Verified Initial concentration of weak acid given dissociation constant Ka and degree of dissociation
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10 More Ostwald Dilution Law Calculators
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Verified Mass of solute using mass percent
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Verified Mass of solute using Mass volume percent
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Verified Mass of solution using mass percent
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Verified Mass Percent
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Verified Mass Volume percent
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Verified Volume of solute using volume percent
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Verified Volume of solution using Mass volume percent
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Verified Volume of solution using volume percent
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Verified Volume percent
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2 More Percentage concentration terms Calculators
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Created Atomic radius given atomic volume
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Created Atomic Volume
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Created Bond energy of elements A and B
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Created Covalent radius
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Created Crystal radius
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Created Distance between two atoms of different molecules
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Created Distance between two covalently bonded atoms
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Created Distance between two metal atoms
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Created Electron affinity given electronegativity
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Created Electron Affinity in KJ mole
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Created Electronegativity
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Created Electronegativity in terms of energies in Kj mole
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Created Electronegativity of element A in kcal per mole
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Created Electronegativity of element A in KJ mole
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Created Electronegativity of element B in kcal per mole
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Created Electronegativity of element B in KJ mole
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Created Frequency of characteristic X-ray
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Created Ionic charge of element
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Created Ionic radius of element
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Created Ionization energy given electronegativity
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Created Ionization energy in KJ mole
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Created Pauling electronegativity given Mulliken electronegativity
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Created Polarizing power
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Created Relation between Mulliken and Pauling electronegativity
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Created Vander Waal's radius
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Created Wavelength of characteristic X-ray
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Created Energy of photon in photo electric effect
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Created Intensity of light in photo electric effect
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Created Kinetic energy of photoelectrons
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Created Kinetic energy of photoelectrons given threshold energy
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Created Threshold energy
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Created Threshold energy given energy of photon
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Created Threshold frequency given threshold energy
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Created Enthalpy of Vaporization
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Created Freezing Point Depression
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Created Humidity
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Created Molal Heat of Fusion of Solvent given Molal Freezing Point Lowering Constant
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Created Molal Heat of Vaporization given rate of pressure change
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Created Molal Liquid Volume given rate of pressure change
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Created Molar Humidity
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Created Molar humidity given partial pressure
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Created Molar Vapor Volume given rate of pressure change
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Created Mole Fraction of A in Liquid in Raoult's Law
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Created Number of Components in Equilibrium for Non-Reactive Systems
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Created Number of Independent Variables in Equilibrium for Non-Reactive Systems
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Created Number of Phases in Equilibrium for Non-Reactive Systems
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Created Partial Pressure of Component A in Raoult's Law
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Created Percentage of saturation
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Created Percentage of Saturation given pressure
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Created Relative Saturation
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Created Vapor Pressure of Pure Liquid A in Raoult's Law
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Created Vapour Pressure P1 at Temperature T1
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Created Vapour Pressure P2 at Temperature T2
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Created Variation of Equilibrium Constant with Temperature at Constant Pressure
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1 More Physical Chemistry Calculators
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Created Energy of 1 mole of photons
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Created Energy of photon using Einstein's approach
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4 More Planck Quantum Theory Calculators
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Created Active mass
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Created Equilibrium constant for reaction when multiplied with integer
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Created Equilibrium constant for reverse reaction
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Created Equilibrium constant for reverse reaction given constant for forward reaction
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Created Equilibrium constant for reversed reaction when multiplied with integer
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Created Molar concentration of substance A
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Created Molar concentration of substance B
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Created Molar concentration of substance C
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Created Molar concentration of substance D
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Created Reaction quotient
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Created Weight of reactant given active mass
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Verified Anti Stokes scattering frequency
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Verified Electric field given polarizability
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Verified Energy 1 of vibrational level
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Verified Energy 2 of vibrational level
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Verified Frequency associated to transition
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Verified Incident frequency given Anti stokes frequency
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Verified Incident frequency given Stokes frequency
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Verified Molecular dipole moment
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Verified Polarizability
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Verified Stokes scattering frequency
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Verified Vibrational frequency given Anti Stokes frequency
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Verified Vibrational frequency given Stokes frequency
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Verified Activity coefficient using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Liquid phase mole fraction using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Liquid phase mole fraction using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Saturated pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Saturated pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Total pressure using Henry Law in VLE
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Verified Total pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Vapour phase mole fraction using Henry Law in VLE
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Verified Vapour phase mole fraction using Raoult's Law in VLE
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4 More Raoult’s Law, Modified Raoult’s Law, and Henry’s Law in VLE Calculators
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Verified Mass 1 given moment of inertia
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Verified Mass 2 of diatomic molecule
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Verified Radius 1 given moment of inertia
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Verified Radius 1 of rotation
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Verified Radius 1 of rotation in terms of masses and bond length
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Verified Radius 2 given moment of inertia
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Verified Radius 2 given rotational frequency
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Verified Radius 2 of rotation
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Verified Radius 2 of rotation in terms of masses and bond length
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Verified Reduced mass
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Created Degree of dissociation for double reaction given equilibrium pressure
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Created Degree of dissociation given equilibrium pressure
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Created Degree of dissociation given total number of moles of reaction
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Created Degree of dissociation when pressure increases during reaction
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Created Equilibrium constant due to pressure given degree of dissociation
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Created Equilibrium constant in terms of mole fraction given degree of dissociation
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Created Equilibrium constant with respect to pressure given pressure
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Created Equilibrium constant with respect to pressure when pressure increases
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Created Increased Pressure during chemical reaction given degree of dissociation
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Created Initial number of moles taken given degree of dissociation
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Created Mole fraction of product substance C
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Created Mole fraction of reactant substance A
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Created Mole fraction of reactant substance B
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Created Number of moles dissociated given degree of dissociation
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Created Number of moles of a substance given total number of moles of reaction
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Created Number of moles of substance at equilibrium
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Created Pressure of gas given equilibrium constant with respect to pressure
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Created Total number of moles of reaction at equilibrium
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Created Total pressure given equilibrium constant with respect to pressure
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Created Degree of dissociation given initial vapor density
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Created Degree of dissociation given number of moles at equilibrium
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Created Degree of dissociation using concentration of reaction
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Created Degree of dissociation using initial vapour density and vapour density at equilibrium
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Created Degree of dissociation using total moles at equilibrium
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Created Degree of dissociation using total moles at equilibrium and initial moles
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Created Degree of dissociation when number of moles is 2
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Created Degree of dissociation when number of moles of products at equilibrium is half
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Created Initial total moles
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Created Initial total moles using degree of dissociation
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Created Initial total moles using total moles at equilibrium and number of moles of reaction
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Created Initial vapour density
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Created Initial vapour density given degree of dissociation
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Created Initial vapour density given molecular weight
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Created Initial vapour density given theoretical molecular weight
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Created Initial vapour density given Van't Hoff factor
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Created Initial vapour density using concentration of reaction
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Created Initial vapour density using vapour density at equilibrium and number of moles
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Created Initial vapour density when number of moles is 2
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Created Initial vapour density when number of moles of products at equilibrium is half
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Created Molecular weight abnormal given vapour density at equilibrium
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Created Molecular weight of substance given initial vapour density
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Created Number of moles of products using degree of dissociation
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Created Number of moles of substance A and B at equilibrium
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Created Theoretical molecular weight given initial vapour density
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Created Total moles at equilibrium
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Created Total moles at equilibrium given number of moles of reaction
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Created Total moles at equilibrium using degree of dissociation
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Created Total moles at equilibrium using number of moles and initial total moles
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Created Van't Hoff factor in terms of vapour densities
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium given molecular weight abnormal
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium given number of moles of reaction
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium given Van't Hoff factor
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium using conc of reaction
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium using degree of dissociation
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium using initial vapour density and number of moles
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium when number of moles is 2
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Created Vapour density at equilibrium when number of moles of products at equilibrium is half
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Created Volume of equilibrium mixture of substances A and B
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Created Volume of solution given initial vapour density
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Created Equilibrium constant given equilibrium partial pressure constant
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Created Equilibrium mole fraction constant given equilibrium constant
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Created Equilibrium mole fraction constant given equilibrium partial pressure constant
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Created Relation between different equilibrium constants
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Created Relation between equilibrium constant and with respect to mole fraction constant
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Created Relation between equilibrium constant with respect to partial pressure and mole fraction
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Verified Molality using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Mole Fraction of solute in terms of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Mole Fraction of solvent in terms of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Molecular Mass of solute using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Molecular Mass of solvent using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Moles of solute in dilute solution using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Moles of solvent in dilute solution using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Ostwald-Walker Dynamic Method for Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of Molecular mass and Molality
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Verified Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of number of moles for a concentrated solution
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Verified Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of number of moles for a dilute solution
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Verified Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of weight and molecular mass of solute and solvent
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor for Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of Molecular mass and Molality
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor for Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of number of moles
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Verified Van't Hoff Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of Molecular mass and Molality
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Verified Van't Hoff Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure in terms of number of moles
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Verified Weight of solute using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Weight of solvent using Relative Lowering Of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Adjusted retention of first component given relative retention
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Verified Adjusted retention of second component given relative retention
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Verified Relative retention given adjusted retention times
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Verified Concentration of hydrogen ion of acid 1 given relative strength and conc of hydrogen ion of acid 2
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Verified Concentration of hydrogen ion of acid 2 given relative strength and conc of hydrogen ion of acid 1
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Verified Relative Strength of two acids given concentration of hydrogen ion of both acids
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10 More Relative strength of Two acids Calculators
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Verified Actual enthalpy when residual and ideal gas enthalpy is given
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Verified Actual entropy when residual and ideal gas entropy is given
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Verified Actual Gibbs energy when residual and ideal gas Gibbs energy is given
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Verified Actual volume when residual and ideal gas volume is given
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Verified Ideal gas enthalpy when residual and actual gas enthalpy is given
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Verified Ideal gas entropy when residual and actual gas entropy is given
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Verified Ideal gas Gibbs energy when residual and actual gas Gibbs energy is given
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Verified Ideal gas volume when residual and actual gas volume is given
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Verified Residual enthalpy when actual and ideal gas enthalpy is given
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Verified Residual entropy when actual and ideal gas entropy is given
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Verified Residual Gibbs energy when actual and ideal gas Gibbs energy is given
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Verified Residual volume when actual and ideal gas volume is given
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Verified Cell constant given resistance and resistivity
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Verified Resistance given cell constant
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Verified Resistivity
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Verified Resistivity given cell constant
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Verified Capacity factor given retention time and mobile phase travel time
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Verified Retention time given capacity factor
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Created Angle of asymptotes
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Created Number of Asymptotes
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Verified Beta in terms of rotational level
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Verified Beta using rotational energy
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Created Centrifugal Distortion constant using rotational energy
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Verified Energy of rotational transitions between rotational levels
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Verified Rotational constant
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Verified Rotational constant in terms of energy
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Verified Rotational constant in terms of wave number
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Verified Rotational constant using energy of transitions
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Verified Rotational energy
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Created Rotational energy using centrifugal distortion
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Verified Rotational energy using rotational constant
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Verified 100 percent Covalent Bond Energy as arithmetic mean
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Verified 100 percent Covalent Bond Energy as geometric mean
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Verified 100 percent Covalent Bond Energy given Covalent Ionic Resonance Energy
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Verified Actual Bond Energy given Covalent Ionic Resonance Energy
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Verified Allred Rochow's Electronegativity from Mulliken's Electronegativity
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Verified Allred Rochow's Electronegativity from Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Covalent Ionic Resonance Energy
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Verified Covalent Ionic Resonance Energy using Bond Energies
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Verified Covalent Ionic Resonance Energy using Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Covalent radius given Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Effective Nuclear Charge given Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Electron Affinity of an element using Mulliken's Electronegativity
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Verified Electron Affinity of an element using Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Ionization Energy of an element using Mulliken's Electronegativity
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Verified Ionization Energy of an element using Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Mulliken's Electronegativity from Allred Rochow's Electronegativity
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Verified Mulliken's Electronegativity from Pauling's Electronegativity
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Verified Mulliken's Electronegativity given Effective Nuclear Charge and Covalent radius
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Verified Mulliken's Electronegativity in terms of bond energies
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Verified Mulliken's Electronegativity of an element
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Verified Pauling's Electronegativity from Allred Rochow's Electronegativity
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Verified Pauling's Electronegativity from Mulliken's Electronegativity
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Verified Pauling's Electronegativity given Effective Nuclear Charge and Covalent radius
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Verified Pauling's Electronegativity given IE and EA
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Verified Pauling's Electronegativity in terms of bond energies
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Verified Pauling's Electronegativity in terms of individual electronegativities
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Created Angle between angular momentum and momentum along z axis
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Created Angle between orbital angular momentum and z axis
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Created Energy of an electron determined by principal quantum number
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Created Exchange energy
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Created Magnetic quantum angular momentum
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Created Magnetic quantum number given orbital angular momentum
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Created Maximum number of electron in orbit of principal quantum number
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Created Maximum number of electrons in sub shell of magnetic quantum number
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Created Number of orbitals in sub shell of magnetic quantum number
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Created Number of orbitals of magnetic quantum number in main energy level
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Created Number of peaks obtained in a curve
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Created Relation between magnetic angular momentum and orbital angular momentum
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Created Spin multiplicity
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Created Spin only magnetic moment
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Created Total magnetic quantum number value
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Created Total number of orbitals of principal quantum number
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Verified Rate constant for different products for second order reaction
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Verified Rate constant for same product for second order reaction
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Verified Rate constant for the same product by titration method for second order reaction
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Verified Time for completion for the same product by titration method for second order reaction
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Verified Time of completion for different products for second order reaction
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Verified Time of completion for same product for second order reaction
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4 More Second order reaction Calculators
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Verified 1D Lattice Direction for Lattice Points
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Verified 2D Lattice Direction for Lattice Points
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Verified 3D Lattice Direction for Lattice Points
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Verified 3D Lattice Direction for points in space which are not Lattice Points
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Verified 3D Lattice Direction for points in space which are not Lattice Points with respect to lattice points
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Verified Edge length of Body Centered Unit Cell
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Verified Edge Length of Face Centered Unit Cell
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Verified Edge length of Simple cubic unit cell
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Verified Edge Length using Interplanar Distance of Cubic Crystal
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Verified Energy per impurity
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Verified Fraction of impurity in lattice
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Verified Fraction of impurity in lattice in terms of Energy
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Verified Miller index along X-axis using Weiss Indices
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Verified Miller index along Y-axis using Weiss Indices
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Verified Miller index along Z-axis using Weiss Indices
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Verified Number of lattice containing impurities
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Verified Number of Octahedral Voids
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Verified Number of Tetrahedral Voids
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Verified Packing Efficiency
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Verified Radius of Constituent Particle in BCC lattice
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Verified Radius of Constituent Particle in FCC lattice
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Verified Radius of Constituent particle in Simple Cubic Unit Cell
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Verified Radius Ratio
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Verified Weiss Index along X-axis using Miller Indices
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Verified Weiss Index along Y-axis using Miller Indices
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Verified Weiss Index along Z-axis using Miller Indices
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Verified Depression in freezing point in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point
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Verified Depression in freezing point in terms of Osmotic Pressure
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Verified Depression in freezing point in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Depression in freezing point in terms of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Depression in freezing point
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Verified Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Osmotic Pressure
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Verified Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Osmotic Pressure in terms of Depression in freezing point
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Verified Osmotic Pressure in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point
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Verified Osmotic Pressure in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Osmotic Pressure in terms of Vapour Pressure
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Verified Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure in terms of Depression in freezing point
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Verified Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point
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Verified Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure in terms of Osmotic Pressure
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Created Angular momentum of electron
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Created Angular momentum of electron given radial momentum
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Created Angular quantization number of electron in elliptical orbit
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Created Energy of an electron in elliptical orbit
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Created Quantum number of electron in elliptical orbit
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Created Radial momentum of an electron
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Created Radial momentum of electron given angular momentum
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Created Radial quantization number of electron in elliptical orbit
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Created Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit
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Verified Coefficient of thermal expansion of real gas
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Verified Difference between Cp and Cv of real gas
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Verified Heat Capacity at constant Pressure of real gas
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Verified Heat Capacity at constant Volume of real gas
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Verified Isothermal compressibility of real gas
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Created Energy of photochemical reaction
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Created Energy of photochemical reaction in terms of wavelength of substance
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Created Energy per quantum given intensity
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Created Energy Per quantum of radiation absorbed
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Created Energy per quantum of radiation in terms of wavelength of substance
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Created Frequency of substance given energy of reaction
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Created Intensity in J per second given intensity in terms of photons
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Created Intensity in terms of number of photons absorbed in 1 second
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Created Intensity of incident light
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Created Intensity of light absorbed
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Created Intensity of transmitted light
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Created Number of molecules of product formed in 1 second
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Created Number of molecules of reactant consumed in 1 second
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Created Number of quanta absorbed in 1 second using quantum efficiency of products
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Created Number of quanta absorbed in 1 second using quantum efficiency of reactant
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Created Quantum efficiency for disappearance of reactant
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Created Quantum efficiency for formation of product
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Created Wavelength of substance given energy of reaction
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Created Angular velocity of electron
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Created Electric charge
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Created Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron
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Created Mass number
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Created Mass of moving electron
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Created Number of neutrons
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Created Orbital frequency given velocity of electron
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Created Radius of orbit given kinetic energy of electron
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Created Radius of orbit given potential energy of electron
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Created Radius of orbit given time period of electron
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Created Radius of orbit given total energy of electron
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Created Specific charge
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Created Time period of revolution of electron
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Created Wave number of electromagnetic wave
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Verified Enthalpy when Gibbs energy, temperature and entropy is given
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Verified Enthalpy when internal energy, pressure and volume is given
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Verified Entropy when Gibbs energy, enthalpy and temperature is given
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Verified Entropy when Helmholtz energy, internal energy and temperature is given
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Verified Internal energy when enthalpy, pressure and volume is given
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Verified Internal energy when Helmholtz energy, temperature and entropy is given
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Verified Pressure when enthalpy, internal energy and volume is given
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Verified Temperature when Gibbs energy, enthalpy and entropy is given
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Verified Temperature when Helmholtz energy, internal energy and entropy is given
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Verified Volume when enthalpy, internal energy and pressure is given
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Created Equilibrium constant 1 in temperature range T1 and T2
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Created Equilibrium constant 2 in temperature range T1 and T2
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Created Equilibrium constant at equilibrium
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Created Equilibrium constant at equilibrium given Gibbs energy
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Created Equilibrium constant at final temperature, T2
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Created Equilibrium constant at initial temperature, T1
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Created Equilibrium constant due to pressure given Gibbs energy
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Created Equilibrium constant given Gibbs free energy
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Created Gibbs energy of products
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Created Gibbs energy of reactants
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Created Gibbs energy of reaction
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Created Gibbs free energy given equilibrium constant
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Created Gibbs free energy given equilibrium constant due to pressure
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Created Gibbs free energy given standard enthalpy
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Created Standard enthalpy at final temperature, T2
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Created Standard enthalpy at initial temperature, T1
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Created Standard enthalpy of reaction at equilibrium
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Created Standard enthalpy of reaction given Gibbs free energy
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Created Standard entropy change at equilibrium
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Created Standard entropy change at final temperature, T2
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Created Standard entropy change at initial temperature, T1
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Created Standard entropy change given Gibbs free energy
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Created Temperature of reaction given equilibrium constant and Gibbs energy
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Created Temperature of reaction given equilibrium constant of pressure and Gibbs energy
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Created Temperature of reaction given standard enthalpy and entropy change
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Created Time constant
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Created Time response in critically damped case
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Created Time response in overdamped case
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Created Time response in undamped case
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Verified Transport Number for Anion
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Verified Transport Number for Cation
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Verified Degrees of Freedom of Two Component System
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Verified Number of Phases of Two Component System
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Verified Eddy diffusion in terms of Van Deemter Equation
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Verified Longitudinal diffusion in terms of Van Deemter Equation
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Verified Resistance to mass transfer in terms of Van Deemter Equation
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Verified Theoretical plate height in terms of Van Deemter Equation
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Verified Apparent Molar Mass given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Degree of Association in terms of Van't Hoff Factor
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Verified Degree of Dissociation in terms of Van't Hoff Factor
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Verified Experimental osmotic pressure given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Formula Mass given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Observed molality given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Observed number of particles given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Observed or Experimental value of colligative property given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Theoretical molality given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Theoretical number of particles given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Theoretical osmotic pressure given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Theoretical value of colligative property given Van't Hoff factor
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Verified Van't Hoff factor in terms of experimental and theoretical osmotic pressure
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Verified Van't Hoff factor in terms of colligative property
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor in terms of molality
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Verified Van't Hoff factor in terms of Molar Mass
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Verified Van't Hoff Factor in terms of number of particles
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Verified Van't Hoff factor using Degree of Association
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Verified Van't Hoff factor using Degree of Dissociation
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Verified Activity coefficient using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
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Verified Saturated pressure using Antoine equation
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Verified Saturated pressure using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
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Verified Temperature when saturated pressure is given in Antoine equation
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Verified Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
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Verified Total pressure for binary liquid system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law
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Verified Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
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Verified Total pressure for binary vapour system for dew/bubble point calculations with Raoult's Law
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Created Anharmonicity constant given dissociation energy
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Created Dissociation energy in terms of vibrational wavenumber
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Created Dissociation energy of potential
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Created Dissociation energy of potential using zero point energy
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Created Energy of Vibrational transitions
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Created Maximum vibrational quantum number given dissociation energy
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Created Vibrational Energy
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Created Vibrational energy in terms of vibrational wave number
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Created Vibrational energy using Anharmonicity constant
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Created Vibrational energy using dissociation energy
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Created Vibrational frequency in terms of vibrational energy
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Created Vibrational wavenumber in terms of vibrational energy
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Created Zero point dissociation energy
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Created Zero point energy
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Created Zero point energy given dissociation energy
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Created Anharmonic potential constant
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Created Anharmonicity constant given first overtone frequency
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Created Anharmonicity constant given fundamental frequency
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Created Anharmonicity constant given second overtone frequency
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Created First overtone frequency
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Created Fundamental frequency of vibrational transitions
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Created Maximum vibrational number using Anharmonicity constant
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Created Maximum vibrational quantum number
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Created Rotational constant for vibrational state
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Created Rotational constant related to equilibrium
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Created Second overtone frequency
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Created Total degree of freedom for linear molecules
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Created Total degree of freedom for nonlinear molecules
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Created Vibrational degree of freedom for linear molecules
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Created Vibrational degree of freedom for nonlinear molecules
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Created Vibrational frequency given first overtone frequency
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Created Vibrational frequency given fundamental frequency
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Created Vibrational frequency given second overtone frequency
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Created Vibrational quantum number using rotational constant
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Created Vibrational quantum number using vibrational frequency
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Created Vibrational quantum number using vibrational wavenumber
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Verified Volume of a Unit cell
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Verified Volume of Body Centered Unit Cell
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Verified Volume of face Centered Unit Cell
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Verified Volume of Simple Cubic Unit Cell
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7 More Volume of different cubic cell Calculators
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Verified Capacity factor in terms of stationary phase and mobile phase
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Verified Volume of mobile phase given capacity factor
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Verified Volume of stationary phase given capacity factor
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Verified Liquid phase mole fraction using Gamma/ phi formulation of VLE
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16 More Volumetric properties of pure fluids Calculators
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Verified Concentration of time at half time for zero order reaction
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Verified Concentration of time of zero order reaction
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Verified Initial concentration given time for completion at half time
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Verified Initial concentration of zero order reaction
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Verified Initial concentration of zero order reaction at half time
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Verified Rate constant at half time of zero order reaction
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Verified Rate constant by titration method for zero order reaction
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Verified Rate constant of zero order reaction
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Verified Rate constant under constant pressure and temperature for zero order reaction
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Verified Time for completion by titration method for zero order reaction
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Verified Time for completion of zero order reaction
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Verified Time for completion of zero order reaction at half time
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