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Concentration of the reactant in second-order reaction (only one reactant)
Concentration of reactant (first)=1/(1/(Initial concentration of reactant (first))+Rate Constant*Time) GO
Concentration of the reactant in zero-order reaction
Concentration of reactant (first)=Initial concentration of reactant (first)-Rate Constant*Time GO
Growth of Current in LR Circuit
Growth of current in LR circuit=(e/Resistance)*(1-e^(-Time/(Inductance/Resistance))) GO
Electro Discharge Machining
Electro Discharge Machining=Voltage*(1-e^(-Time/(Resistance*Capacitance))) GO
Rate of Interest(SI)
Rate of interest=(Simple Interest*100)/(Principal Investment Amount*Time) GO
Principal Amount
Principal Investment Amount=(Simple Interest*100)/(Rate of interest*Time) GO
Simple Interest
Simple Interest=(Principal Investment Amount*Rate of interest*Time)/100 GO
Temperature After a Given Time
Temperature=s temp.+(s temp.-initial temp.)*e^(-temp. constant*Time) GO
Resistance Welding
Resistance Welding=Current Magnitude^2*Resistance*Time GO
Energy of RMS Current
rms energy=((Electric Current^2)*Resistance*Time) GO
Intensity of light in photo-electric effect
Intensity of light=Number of photons/(Area*Time) GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Concentration of the reactant in second-order reaction (only one reactant)
Concentration of reactant (first)=1/(1/(Initial concentration of reactant (first))+Rate Constant*Time) GO
Concentration of the reactant in zero-order reaction
Concentration of reactant (first)=Initial concentration of reactant (first)-Rate Constant*Time GO

Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction Formula

Concentration of reactant (first)=e^(-Rate Constant*Time)*Initial concentration of reactant (first)
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What is a first-order reaction?

A first-order reaction is a reaction that proceeds at a rate that depends linearly on only one reactant concentration.

How to Calculate Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction?

Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction calculator uses Concentration of reactant (first)=e^(-Rate Constant*Time)*Initial concentration of reactant (first) to calculate the Concentration of reactant (first), The concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction gives us the concentration of the reactant at any given time in the first-order process. Concentration of reactant (first) and is denoted by CA symbol.

How to calculate Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction, enter Time (T), Initial concentration of reactant (first) (CAo) and Rate Constant (k) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = e^(-0.1*63113904)*1000.

FAQ

What is Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction?
The concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction gives us the concentration of the reactant at any given time in the first-order process and is represented as CA=e^(-k*T)*CAo or Concentration of reactant (first)=e^(-Rate Constant*Time)*Initial concentration of reactant (first). Time is used to calculate the amount that has a simple interest, The initial concentration of reactant (first) refers to the amount of reactant present in the solvent before the process and Rate Constant or reaction rate coefficient, k, quantifies the rate and direction of a chemical reaction. It has different units for different orders of chemical reactions.
How to calculate Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction?
The concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction gives us the concentration of the reactant at any given time in the first-order process is calculated using Concentration of reactant (first)=e^(-Rate Constant*Time)*Initial concentration of reactant (first). To calculate Concentration of the reactant in first-order reaction, you need Time (T), Initial concentration of reactant (first) (CAo) and Rate Constant (k). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Time, Initial concentration of reactant (first) and Rate 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 Concentration of reactant (first)?
In this formula, Concentration of reactant (first) uses Time, Initial concentration of reactant (first) and Rate Constant. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Concentration of reactant (first)=Initial concentration of reactant (first)-Rate Constant*Time
  • Concentration of reactant (first)=1/(1/(Initial concentration of reactant (first))+Rate Constant*Time)
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