 Ishan Gupta
Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani
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## < 1 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Batch Reactor: Number of Moles Remaining (of reactant A)
Number of Moles of A remaining=Number of Moles of A fed*(1-Conversion) GO

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Conversion of Reactant A (flow)
Conversion=1-Molar flow rate at which reactant A leaves the system/Molar feed rate of key reactant A GO

### Conversion of Reactant A (batch) Formula

Conversion=1-Number of Moles of A remaining/Number of Moles of A fed
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## What is conversion?

Conversion gives us the percentage of reactants converted into products.

## How to Calculate Conversion of Reactant A (batch)?

Conversion of Reactant A (batch) calculator uses Conversion=1-Number of Moles of A remaining/Number of Moles of A fed to calculate the Conversion, Conversion of Reactant A (batch) gives us the fraction of reactant A that has been converted into products or reacted. Conversion and is denoted by X symbol.

How to calculate Conversion of Reactant A (batch) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Conversion of Reactant A (batch), enter Number of Moles of A remaining (NA<) and Number of Moles of A fed (NAo<) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Conversion of Reactant A (batch) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.9 = 1-0.1/1.

### FAQ

What is Conversion of Reactant A (batch)?
Conversion of Reactant A (batch) gives us the fraction of reactant A that has been converted into products or reacted and is represented as X=1-NAAo< or Conversion=1-Number of Moles of A remaining/Number of Moles of A fed. The number of Moles of A remaining refers to the number of moles of A unreacted in the system 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 Conversion of Reactant A (batch)?
Conversion of Reactant A (batch) gives us the fraction of reactant A that has been converted into products or reacted is calculated using Conversion=1-Number of Moles of A remaining/Number of Moles of A fed. To calculate Conversion of Reactant A (batch), you need Number of Moles of A remaining (NA<) and Number of Moles of A fed (NAo<). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Number of Moles of A remaining 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.
How many ways are there to calculate Conversion?
In this formula, Conversion uses Number of Moles of A remaining and Number of Moles of A fed. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Conversion=1-Molar flow rate at which reactant A leaves the system/Molar feed rate of key reactant A Let Others Know