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Equilibrium mole fraction constant when equilibrium constant is given
Equilibrium constant for mole fraction=(Equilibrium constant*(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles))/(Total pressure^Change in number of moles) GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance A
Equilibrium concentration of A=(Equilibrium concentration of C*Equilibrium concentration of D)/(Equilibrium constant*Equilibrium concentration of B) GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance B
Equilibrium concentration of B=(Equilibrium concentration of C*Equilibrium concentration of D)/(Equilibrium constant*Equilibrium concentration of A) GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance C
Equilibrium concentration of C=(Equilibrium constant*Equilibrium concentration of A*Equilibrium concentration of B)/Equilibrium concentration of D GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance D
Equilibrium concentration of D=(Equilibrium constant*Equilibrium concentration of A*Equilibrium concentration of B)/Equilibrium concentration of C GO
Relation between different equilibrium constants
Equilibrium constant for partial pressure =Equilibrium constant*(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles) GO
Forward reaction rate constant
Forward reaction rate constant=Equilibrium constant*Backward reaction rate constant GO
Equilibrium constant
Equilibrium constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Backward reaction rate constant GO
Equilibrium constant for reversed reaction when multiplied with integer
Equilibrium constant multiplied=1/(Equilibrium constant^Number) GO
Equilibrium constant for reaction when multiplied with integer
Equilibrium constant multiplied=(Equilibrium constant^Number) GO
Equilibrium constant for reverse reaction when constant for forward reaction is given
Reverse equilibrium constant=1/Equilibrium constant GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Backward reaction rate constant in terms of Arrhenius equation
Backward reaction rate constant=(Forward reaction rate constant*Backward Pre-exponential factor)/(Forward Pre-exponential factor*exp((Activation energy backward-Activation energy forward)/([R]*Absolute temperature))) GO
Arrhenius equation for backward equation
Backward reaction rate constant=Backward Pre-exponential factor*exp(-(Activation energy backward/([R]*Absolute temperature))) GO

Backward reaction rate constant Formula

Backward reaction rate constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Equilibrium constant
K<sub>b</sub>=K<sub>f</sub>/K<sub>c</sub>
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Equilibrium constant GO
Forward reaction rate constant GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance A GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance B GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance C GO
Equilibrium concentration of substance D GO
Change in number of moles GO
Number of moles of gaseous products GO
Number of moles of gaseous reactants GO

What is equilibrium law?

Equilibrium constant is the product of concentration of products at equilibrium by the product of concentration of reactants at equilibrium. This representation is known as equilibrium law or chemical equilibrium. The thermodynamically correct equilibrium constant expression relates the activities of all of the species present in the reaction.

How to Calculate Backward reaction rate constant?

Backward reaction rate constant calculator uses Backward reaction rate constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Equilibrium constant to calculate the Backward reaction rate constant, The Backward reaction rate constant formula is defined as the rate of backward reaction in chemical equilibrium. Backward reaction rate constant and is denoted by Kb symbol.

How to calculate Backward reaction rate constant using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Backward reaction rate constant, enter Forward reaction rate constant (Kf) and Equilibrium constant (Kc) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Backward reaction rate constant calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.002 = 200000/100000.

FAQ

What is Backward reaction rate constant?
The Backward reaction rate constant formula is defined as the rate of backward reaction in chemical equilibrium and is represented as Kb=Kf/Kc or Backward reaction rate constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Equilibrium constant. Forward reaction rate constant is the rate of forward reaction and Equilibrium constant is the value of its reaction quotient at chemical equilibrium.
How to calculate Backward reaction rate constant?
The Backward reaction rate constant formula is defined as the rate of backward reaction in chemical equilibrium is calculated using Backward reaction rate constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Equilibrium constant. To calculate Backward reaction rate constant, you need Forward reaction rate constant (Kf) and Equilibrium constant (Kc). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Forward reaction rate constant and Equilibrium constant and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Backward reaction rate constant?
In this formula, Backward reaction rate constant uses Forward reaction rate constant and Equilibrium constant. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Backward reaction rate constant=Backward Pre-exponential factor*exp(-(Activation energy backward/([R]*Absolute temperature)))
  • Backward reaction rate constant=(Forward reaction rate constant*Backward Pre-exponential factor)/(Forward Pre-exponential factor*exp((Activation energy backward-Activation energy forward)/([R]*Absolute temperature)))
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