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Density of solution using molarity of solution
Density of solution=(Molarity/(Mole fraction of solute*1000))*((Molar mass of solute*Mole fraction of solute)+(Molar mass of solvent*(1-Mole fraction of solute))) GO
Mole fraction of solute in terms of molarity
Mole fraction of solute in terms of molarity=(Molarity*Molar mass of solvent*1000)/((Density of solution*1000)-(Molarity*Molar mass of solute)) GO
Mole Fraction Using Molarity
Mole Fraction Of Solute=(Molarity*Molar Mass Of The Solvent*1000)/(1000*Density+Molarity*Molar Mass of the Solute) GO
Molality Using Molarity
Molality=(Molarity*1000)/(Density*1000-Molarity*Molar Mass of the Solute) GO
Number Of Moles Of The Solute Using Molarity
Number Of Moles Of Acid or Base =Molarity*Volume Of The Solution GO
Molar conductivity (when molarity is given)
Molar Conductivity=Specific Conductance*1000/Molarity GO
Percentage Of Chlorine In Bleaching Powder
Percentage Of Chlorine=(Molarity*Volume*3.55)/Mass GO
Molar Conductance
Molar Conductance=Specific Conductance/Molarity GO
Number of equivalents when molarity and normality is given
Number of equivalents=Normality/Molarity GO
Volume Strength using Normality
Volume Strength=5.6*Normality GO
Volume Strength using Molarity
Volume Strength=11.2*Molarity GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Basicity when equivalent weight is given
Basicity=Molar mass of base/Equivalent Weight GO

Basicity when molarity and normality is given Formula

Basicity=Normality/Molarity
Basicity=N/M
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Titration Of Sodium Hydroxide And Sodium Carbonate(Phenolphthalein) GO
Titration Of Sodium Hydroxide And Sodium Carbonate(Methyl Orange) GO
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Titration of Sodium Hydroxide with Sodium Carbonate After Second End Point(Methyl Orange) GO
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Titration of Sodium Hydroxide With Sodium Bicarbonate After Second End Point(phenolphthalein) GO
Titration of Sodium Hydroxide With Sodium Bicarbonate After First End Point(Methyl Orange) GO
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Titration of Sodium Carbonate With Sodium Bicarbonate After First End Point(phenolphthalein) GO
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Titration Of Sodium Carbonate With Sodium Bicarbonate After First End Point for Methyl Orange GO
Titration of Sodium Carbonate With Sodium Bicarbonate After Second End Point for Methyl Orange GO
Relative Atomic Mass GO
Specific Gravity GO
Mass Of The Gas Using Vapour Density GO
Vapour Density of The Gas Using Mass GO
Molarity GO
Number Of Moles Of The Solute Using Molarity GO
Mole Fraction OF The Solute GO
Mole Fraction Of The Solvent GO
Molarity Using Mole Fraction GO
Mole Fraction Using Molarity GO
Molaity Using Mole Fraction GO
Mole Fraction Using Molality GO
Molarity Using Molality GO
Molality Using Molarity GO
Hardness Of Water GO
Percentage Of Chlorine In Bleaching Powder GO
Density of substance when specific gravity is given GO
Absolute density GO
Molar mass of gas when absolute density at STP is given GO
Molar volume of gas when absolute density is given GO
Density of gas GO
Pressure of gas when gas density is given GO
Temperature of gas when gas density is given GO
Vapour density using density of gas substance GO
Density of gas particle when vapour density is given GO
Density of hydrogen when vapour density is given GO
Molar mass of gas when vapour density is given GO
Molarity of substance GO
Molality GO
Number of moles of solute using molality GO
Mass of solvent using molality GO
Mole fraction of component 1 in a binary solution GO
Mass Percent GO
Mass of solute using mass percent GO
Mass of solution using mass percent GO
Volume percent GO
Volume of solute using volume percent GO
Volume of solution using volume percent GO
Mass/Volume percent GO
Mass of solute using Mass/volume percent GO
Volume of solution using Mass/volume percent GO
Density of solution using molarity of solution GO
Mole fraction of solute in terms of molarity GO
Number of equivalents when molarity and normality is given GO
Mole fraction of solvent when molality is given GO
Density of solution when molarity and molality is given GO
Molarity when molality of solution is given GO
Oxidation number GO
Number of electrons in valence shell GO
Number of electrons left after bonding GO
Valency factor when equivalent weight is given GO
Equivalent weight for acids GO
Acidity when equivalent weight is given GO
Equivalent weight for base GO
Basicity when equivalent weight is given GO
Equivalent weight of oxidising agent GO
Number of moles of electron gained using equivalent weight of oxidising agent GO
Equivalent weight of reducing agent GO
Number of moles of electron lost using equivalent weight of reducing agent GO
Normality when molality and equivalent mass is given GO
Molarity when normality and equivalent mass is given GO
Equivalent mass when molality and normality is given GO
Normality when molarity and acidity is given GO
Normality when molarity and basicity is given GO
Molarity when acidity and normality is given GO
Molarity when basicity and normality is given GO
Acidity when molarity and normality is given GO
Molarity when normality and number of equivalents is given GO
Normality when molarity and number of equivalents is given GO
Number of equivalents of solute GO
Number of equivalents of solute in terms of valency factor GO
Number of moles of solute in terms of number of equivalents of solute GO
Valency factor in terms of number of equivalents of solute GO
Number of equivalents of solute when normality is given GO
Volume of solution when normality is given GO
Normality in terms of molarity and valency factor GO
Valency factor in terms of molarity and normality GO
Normality of substance 1 at equivalence point GO
Volume of substance 1 at equivalence point GO
Normality of substance 2 at equivalence point GO
Volume of substance 2 at equivalence point GO

What is molarity?

Molarity is the amount of a substance in a certain volume of solution. Molarity is defined as the moles of a solute per liters of a solution. Molarity is also known as the molar concentration of a solution. It is denoted by the symbol M. The units of molarity are M or mol/L. A 1 M solution is said to be “one molar.”

What is normality?

Normality is described as the number of gram or mole equivalents of solute present in one liter of a solution. When we say equivalent, it is the number of moles of reactive units in a compound. Normality in chemistry is one of the expressions used to measure the concentration of a solution. It is abbreviated as ‘N’ and is sometimes referred to as the equivalent concentration of a solution. It is mainly used as a measure of reactive species in a solution and during titration reactions or particularly in situations involving acid-base chemistry.

How to Calculate Basicity when molarity and normality is given?

Basicity when molarity and normality is given calculator uses Basicity=Normality/Molarity to calculate the Basicity, The Basicity when molarity and normality is given formula is defined as the ratio of normality of the solution to the molarity of the solution. Basicity and is denoted by Basicity symbol.

How to calculate Basicity when molarity and normality is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Basicity when molarity and normality is given, enter Normality (N) and Molarity (M) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Basicity when molarity and normality is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.018018 = 1000/55500.

FAQ

What is Basicity when molarity and normality is given?
The Basicity when molarity and normality is given formula is defined as the ratio of normality of the solution to the molarity of the solution and is represented as Basicity=N/M or Basicity=Normality/Molarity. Normality is the weight of solute dissolved in a liter of solution and Molarity of a given solution is defined as the total number of moles of solute per litre of solution.
How to calculate Basicity when molarity and normality is given?
The Basicity when molarity and normality is given formula is defined as the ratio of normality of the solution to the molarity of the solution is calculated using Basicity=Normality/Molarity. To calculate Basicity when molarity and normality is given, you need Normality (N) and Molarity (M). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Normality and Molarity 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 Normality and Molarity. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Basicity=Molar mass of base/Equivalent Weight
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