How to Calculate Concentration of Radical in Non-Stationary Chain Reactions?
Concentration of Radical in Non-Stationary Chain Reactions calculator uses Concentration of Radical = (Reaction Rate Constant for Initiation Step*Concentration of Reactant A)/(-Reaction Rate Constant for Propagation Step*(No. of Radicals Formed-1)*Concentration of Reactant A+(Rate Constant at Wall+Rate Constant within Gaseous Phase)) to calculate the Concentration of Radical, The Concentration of Radical in Non-Stationary Chain Reactions formula is defined as the amount of radical formed in a non-stationary chain reaction, i.e. when α >1. Concentration of Radical is denoted by [R] symbol.
How to calculate Concentration of Radical in Non-Stationary Chain Reactions using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Concentration of Radical in Non-Stationary Chain Reactions, enter Reaction Rate Constant for Initiation Step (k_{1}), Concentration of Reactant A ([A]), Reaction Rate Constant for Propagation Step (k_{2}), No. of Radicals Formed (α), Rate Constant at Wall (k_{w}) & Rate Constant within Gaseous Phase (k_{g}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Concentration of Radical in Non-Stationary Chain Reactions calculation can be explained with given input values -> 80.70715 = (70*60000)/(-0.00011*(2-1)*60000+(30.75+27.89)).