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Number of moles of electron gained using equivalent weight of oxidising agent
Number of moles of electrons gained=Molar Mass of a chemical compound/Equivalent Weight GO
Number of moles of electron lost using equivalent weight of reducing agent
Number of moles of electrons lost=Molar Mass of a chemical compound/Equivalent Weight GO
Valency factor when equivalent weight is given
Valency factor when equivalent weight is given=Atomic Weight/Equivalent Weight GO
Number of equivalents of solute
Number of equivalents=Mass of Solute/Equivalent Weight GO
Normality when molality and equivalent mass is given
Normality=Molarity*(Molar Mass/Equivalent Weight) GO
Molarity when normality and equivalent mass is given
Molarity=Normality*(Equivalent Weight/Molar Mass) GO
Equivalent weight for base
Equivalent Weight=Molar mass of base/Basicity GO
Acidity when equivalent weight is given
Acidity=Molar mass of acid/Equivalent Weight GO
Molecular Weight
Molecular Weight=Equivalent Weight*N Factor GO
N Factor
N Factor=Molecular Weight/Equivalent Weight GO

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Basicity when molarity and normality is given
Basicity=Normality/Molarity GO

Basicity when equivalent weight is given Formula

Basicity=Molar mass of base/Equivalent Weight
Basicity=(Molar mass)<sub>base</sub>/W <sub>eq</sub>
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Molarity when basicity and normality is given GO
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Basicity when molarity and normality is given GO
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What is basicity?

Basicity is the quality of being a base (not an acid). A base is a substance that can accept hydrogen ions in water and can neutralize an acid. Basicity is measured on a scale called the pH scale. On this scale, a pH value of 7 is neutral, and a pH value of more than 7 to 14 shows increasing basicity.

What is equivalent weight?

Equivalent weight (also known as gram equivalent) is the mass of one equivalent, that is the mass of a given substance which will combine with or displace a fixed quantity of another substance. The equivalent weight of an element is the mass which combines with or displaces 1.008 gram of hydrogen or 8.0 grams of oxygen or 35.5 grams of chlorine. These values correspond to the atomic weight divided by the usual valence, for oxygen as example that is 16.0 g / 2 = 8.0 g.

How to Calculate Basicity when equivalent weight is given?

Basicity when equivalent weight is given calculator uses Basicity=Molar mass of base/Equivalent Weight to calculate the Basicity, The Basicity when equivalent weight is given formula is defined as the ratio of the molar mass of the base to the equivalent weight of the base. Basicity and is denoted by Basicity symbol.

How to calculate Basicity when equivalent weight is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Basicity when equivalent weight is given, enter Molar mass of base ((Molar mass)base) and Equivalent Weight (W eq) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Basicity when equivalent weight is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 50 = 50/1.

FAQ

What is Basicity when equivalent weight is given?
The Basicity when equivalent weight is given formula is defined as the ratio of the molar mass of the base to the equivalent weight of the base and is represented as Basicity=(Molar mass)base/W eq or Basicity=Molar mass of base/Equivalent Weight. The molar mass of base is the mass of the base divided by the amount of base present and Equivalent Weight (also known as gram equivalent) is the mass of one equivalent, that is the mass of a given substance.
How to calculate Basicity when equivalent weight is given?
The Basicity when equivalent weight is given formula is defined as the ratio of the molar mass of the base to the equivalent weight of the base is calculated using Basicity=Molar mass of base/Equivalent Weight. To calculate Basicity when equivalent weight is given, you need Molar mass of base ((Molar mass)base) and Equivalent Weight (W eq). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Molar mass of base and Equivalent Weight 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 Basicity?
In this formula, Basicity uses Molar mass of base and Equivalent Weight. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Basicity=Normality/Molarity
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