## Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Dissociation Constant of Base 2 = (Dissociation Constant of Base 1)*((Degree of Dissociation 2/Degree of Dissociation 1)^2)
Kb2 = (Kb1)*((𝝰2/𝝰1)^2)
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Dissociation Constant of Base 2 - The Dissociation constant of base 2 is the extent of dissociation of base 2 in the solution.
Dissociation Constant of Base 1 - The Dissociation constant of base 1 is the extent of dissociation of base 1 in the solution.
Degree of Dissociation 2 - The Degree of Dissociation 2 is the ratio of molar conductivity of an electrolyte 2 to its limiting molar conductivity 2.
Degree of Dissociation 1 - The Degree of Dissociation 1 is the ratio of molar conductivity of an electrolyte 1 to its limiting molar conductivity 1.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Dissociation Constant of Base 1: 5 --> No Conversion Required
Degree of Dissociation 2: 0.34 --> No Conversion Required
Degree of Dissociation 1: 0.5 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Kb2 = (Kb1)*((𝝰2/𝝰1)^2) --> (5)*((0.34/0.5)^2)
Evaluating ... ...
Kb2 = 2.312
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
2.312 --> No Conversion Required
2.312 <-- Dissociation Constant of Base 2
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases Formula

Dissociation Constant of Base 2 = (Dissociation Constant of Base 1)*((Degree of Dissociation 2/Degree of Dissociation 1)^2)
Kb2 = (Kb1)*((𝝰2/𝝰1)^2)

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## How to Calculate Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases?

Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases calculator uses Dissociation Constant of Base 2 = (Dissociation Constant of Base 1)*((Degree of Dissociation 2/Degree of Dissociation 1)^2) to calculate the Dissociation Constant of Base 2, The Dissociation constant of base 2 given degree of dissociation of both bases formula is defined as the ratio of the square of the degree of dissociation of second base to the degree of dissociation of first base and the whole multiplied by the dissociation constant of base one. Dissociation Constant of Base 2 is denoted by Kb2 symbol.

How to calculate Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases, enter Dissociation Constant of Base 1 (Kb1), Degree of Dissociation 2 (𝝰2) & Degree of Dissociation 1 (𝝰1) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.312 = (5)*((0.34/0.5)^2).

### FAQ

What is Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases?
The Dissociation constant of base 2 given degree of dissociation of both bases formula is defined as the ratio of the square of the degree of dissociation of second base to the degree of dissociation of first base and the whole multiplied by the dissociation constant of base one and is represented as Kb2 = (Kb1)*((𝝰2/𝝰1)^2) or Dissociation Constant of Base 2 = (Dissociation Constant of Base 1)*((Degree of Dissociation 2/Degree of Dissociation 1)^2). The Dissociation constant of base 1 is the extent of dissociation of base 1 in the solution, The Degree of Dissociation 2 is the ratio of molar conductivity of an electrolyte 2 to its limiting molar conductivity 2 & The Degree of Dissociation 1 is the ratio of molar conductivity of an electrolyte 1 to its limiting molar conductivity 1.
How to calculate Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases?
The Dissociation constant of base 2 given degree of dissociation of both bases formula is defined as the ratio of the square of the degree of dissociation of second base to the degree of dissociation of first base and the whole multiplied by the dissociation constant of base one is calculated using Dissociation Constant of Base 2 = (Dissociation Constant of Base 1)*((Degree of Dissociation 2/Degree of Dissociation 1)^2). To calculate Dissociation Constant of Base 2 given Degree of Dissociation of Both Bases, you need Dissociation Constant of Base 1 (Kb1), Degree of Dissociation 2 (𝝰2) & Degree of Dissociation 1 (𝝰1). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Dissociation Constant of Base 1, Degree of Dissociation 2 & Degree of Dissociation 1 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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