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Kohlrausch Law
Molar Conductivity=Limiting Molar Conductivity-(Kohlrausch Coefficient*sqrt(Concentration of Electrolyte)) GO
Solubility
Solubility=Specific Conductance*1000/Limiting Molar Conductivity GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Degree of dissociation for double reaction when equilibrium pressure is given
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure +(4*Absolute Pressure))) GO
Degree of dissociation when equilibrium pressure is given
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure +Absolute Pressure)) GO
Degree of dissociation using concentration of reaction
Degree of Dissociation=((Initial vapour density*Initial concentration)/(Equilibrium vapour density*Initial concentration))-1 GO
Degree of dissociation (α) when Ka and initial conc. is given for condition α << 1
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak acid/Initial concentration) GO
Degree of dissociation (α) when Kb and initial conc. is given for condition α << 1
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak base/Initial concentration) GO
Degree of dissociation when pressure increases during reaction
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /Pressure) GO
Degree of dissociation (α) when Ka and molar volume of weak acid is given for condition α << 1
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak acid*Molar Volume) GO
Degree of dissociation (α) when Kb and molar volume of weak base is given for condition α << 1
Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak base*Molar Volume) GO
Degree of dissociation of reaction
Degree of Dissociation=Number of moles dissociated/Initial number of moles GO
Degree of dissociation when total number of moles of reaction is given
Degree of Dissociation=1-(Total moles in reaction/Number of Moles) GO
Degree of Dissociation in terms of Van't Hoff Factor
Degree of Dissociation=(Van't Hoff Factor-1)/(Number of Ions -1) GO

Degree of dissociation Formula

Degree of Dissociation=Molar Conductivity/Limiting Molar Conductivity
𝝰 =λ /λ<sub>0</sub>
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Mass of Primary product formed at electrode GO
Conductance GO
Specific Conductance GO
Molar Conductance GO
Equivalent Conductance GO
Kohlrausch Law GO
Molar conductivity (when molarity is given) GO
Solubility GO
Limiting Molar Conductivity of Anions GO
Limiting Molar Conductivity of Cations GO
Resistivity GO
Electrical Energy of Electrochemical Cell GO
Ionic Mobility GO
Transport Number for Anion GO
Transport Number for Cation GO
Solubility Product GO
Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) GO
Current Efficiency GO

What is Molar Conductivity?

Molar conductivity is the conductance property of a solution containing one mole of the electrolyte or it is a function of the ionic strength of a solution or the concentration of salt. It is therefore not a constant. In other words, molar conductivity can also be defined as the conducting power of all the ions that are formed by dissolving a mole of electrolyte in a solution. Molar conductivity is the property of an electrolyte solution that is mainly used in determining the efficiency of a given electrolyte in conducting electricity in a solution. It is therefore not a constant.

How to Calculate Degree of dissociation?

Degree of dissociation calculator uses Degree of Dissociation=Molar Conductivity/Limiting Molar Conductivity to calculate the Degree of Dissociation, The Degree of dissociation formula is defined as the ratio of molar conductivity at specific concentration to the limiting molar conductivity ( i.e. molar conductivity at infinite dilution). Degree of Dissociation and is denoted by 𝝰 symbol.

How to calculate Degree of dissociation using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Degree of dissociation, enter Molar Conductivity (λ ) and Limiting Molar Conductivity 0) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Degree of dissociation calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = 50/50.

FAQ

What is Degree of dissociation?
The Degree of dissociation formula is defined as the ratio of molar conductivity at specific concentration to the limiting molar conductivity ( i.e. molar conductivity at infinite dilution) and is represented as 𝝰 =λ /λ0 or Degree of Dissociation=Molar Conductivity/Limiting Molar Conductivity. The Molar Conductivity is the conductance property of a solution containing one mole of the electrolyte or it is a function of the ionic strength of a solution or the concentration of salt and The Limiting Molar Conductivity is the molar conductivity of a solution at infinite solution.
How to calculate Degree of dissociation?
The Degree of dissociation formula is defined as the ratio of molar conductivity at specific concentration to the limiting molar conductivity ( i.e. molar conductivity at infinite dilution) is calculated using Degree of Dissociation=Molar Conductivity/Limiting Molar Conductivity. To calculate Degree of dissociation, you need Molar Conductivity (λ ) and Limiting Molar Conductivity 0). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Molar Conductivity and Limiting Molar Conductivity 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 Degree of Dissociation?
In this formula, Degree of Dissociation uses Molar Conductivity and Limiting Molar Conductivity. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure +Absolute Pressure))
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure +(4*Absolute Pressure)))
  • Degree of Dissociation=Number of moles dissociated/Initial number of moles
  • Degree of Dissociation=(Van't Hoff Factor-1)/(Number of Ions -1)
  • Degree of Dissociation=1-(Total moles in reaction/Number of Moles)
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /Pressure)
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak acid/Initial concentration)
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak acid*Molar Volume)
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak base/Initial concentration)
  • Degree of Dissociation=sqrt(Dissociation constant of weak base*Molar Volume)
  • Degree of Dissociation=((Initial vapour density*Initial concentration)/(Equilibrium vapour density*Initial concentration))-1
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