Ishan Gupta
Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani
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Molar flow rate at which reactant A leaves the system
Molar flow rate at which reactant A leaves the system=Molar feed rate of key reactant A*(1-Conversion) GO
Conversion of Reactant A (batch)
Conversion=1-Number of Moles of A remaining/Number of Moles of A fed GO

Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) Formula

Number of Moles of A remaining=Number of Moles of A fed*(1-Conversion)
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What is a batch reactor?

A batch reactor is a closed system with no continuous flow of reactants entering the system or products leaving the system while the reaction takes place.

How to Calculate Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A)?

Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) calculator uses Number of Moles of A remaining=Number of Moles of A fed*(1-Conversion) to calculate the Number of Moles of A remaining, Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) gives us the number of moles of A remaining unreacted in the batch reactor sysytem. Number of Moles of A remaining and is denoted by NA< symbol.

How to calculate Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A), enter Conversion (X) and Number of Moles of A fed (NAo<) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = 1*(1-(0)).

FAQ

What is Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A)?
Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) gives us the number of moles of A remaining unreacted in the batch reactor sysytem and is represented as NA<=NAo<*(1-X) or Number of Moles of A remaining=Number of Moles of A fed*(1-Conversion). Conversion gives us the percentage of reactants converted into products and Number of Moles of A fed refers to the number of moles of A that were initially present in the system before the reaction.
How to calculate Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A)?
Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A) gives us the number of moles of A remaining unreacted in the batch reactor sysytem is calculated using Number of Moles of A remaining=Number of Moles of A fed*(1-Conversion). To calculate Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A), you need Conversion (X) and Number of Moles of A fed (NAo<). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Conversion and Number of Moles of A fed and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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