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College Of Engineering (COEP), Pune
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Non-steady state diffusion
Concentration at x distance=Initial concentration+(Surface concentration-Initial concentration)*(1-erf(Distance/(2*sqrt(Diffusion coefficient*Diffusion time)))) GO
Time taken for X percent reaction to complete
Time taken for x amount to react=ln(Initial concentration/(Initial concentration-Amount reacted in time t))/Rate constant GO
Rate constant of first order reaction
Rate constant=ln(Initial concentration/(Initial concentration-Amount reacted in time t))/Time taken for x amount to react GO
Equilibrium constant with respect to pressure when pressure is given
Equilibrium constant for partial pressure =(Pressure*(Degree of Dissociation^2))/(1-(Degree of Dissociation^2)) GO
Mole fraction of reactant substance A
Mole fraction of element A=(Number of Moles*Degree of Dissociation)/Number of Moles*(1+Degree of Dissociation) GO
Equilibrium constant with respect to pressure when pressure increases
Equilibrium constant for partial pressure =Absolute Pressure*(Degree of Dissociation^2) GO
Number of moles dissociated when degree of dissociation is given
Number of moles dissociated=Degree of Dissociation*Initial number of moles GO
Mole fraction of product substance C
Mole fraction C=(1-Degree of Dissociation)/(1+Degree of Dissociation) GO
Total number of moles of reaction at equilibrium
Total moles in reaction=Number of Moles*(1-Degree of Dissociation) GO
Mole fraction of reactant substance B
Mole fraction B =Degree of Dissociation/(1+Degree of Dissociation) GO
Number of moles of substance at equilibrium
Total moles in reaction=Number of Moles*Degree of Dissociation GO

6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Equilibrium constant in terms of Arrhenius equation
Equilibrium constant=(Forward Pre-exponential factor/Backward Pre-exponential factor)*exp((Activation energy backward-Activation energy forward)/([R]*Absolute temperature)) GO
Relation between equilibrium constant and with respect to mole fraction constant
Equilibrium constant=(Equilibrium constant for mole fraction*(Total pressure^Change in number of moles))/(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles) GO
Equilibrium constant with respect to molar concentrations
Equilibrium constant=(Equilibrium concentration of C*Equilibrium concentration of D)/(Equilibrium concentration of A*Equilibrium concentration of B) GO
Equilibrium constant when equilibrium partial pressure constant is given
Equilibrium constant=Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles) GO
Equilibrium constant
Equilibrium constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Backward reaction rate constant GO
Equilibrium constant when Gibbs free energy is given
Equilibrium constant=10^(-(Gibbs Free Energy/(2.303*[R]*Temperature))) GO

Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) Formula

Equilibrium constant=Initial concentration*Degree of Dissociation^2/(1-Degree of Dissociation)
K<sub>c</sub>=C<sub>0</sub>*𝝰 ^2/(1-𝝰 )
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Electrode Potential (when gibbs free energy is given) GO
Mass of Primary product formed at electrode GO
Conductance GO
Specific Conductance GO
Molar Conductance GO
Equivalent Conductance GO
Kohlrausch Law GO
Degree of dissociation 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
Current Efficiency GO

What is Dissociation?

Dissociation in chemistry and biochemistry is a general process in which molecules (or ionic compounds such as salts, or complexes) separate or split into smaller particles such as atoms, ions, or radicals, usually in a reversible manner. For instance, when an acid dissolves in water, a covalent bond between an electronegative atom and a hydrogen atom is broken by heterolytic fission, which gives a proton (H+) and a negative ion. Dissociation is the opposite of association or recombination.

How to Calculate Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given)?

Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) calculator uses Equilibrium constant=Initial concentration*Degree of Dissociation^2/(1-Degree of Dissociation) to calculate the Equilibrium constant, The Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) is directly proportional to the concentration and square of degree of dissociation. Equilibrium constant and is denoted by Kc symbol.

How to calculate Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given), enter Initial concentration (C0) and Degree of Dissociation (𝝰 ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) calculation can be explained with given input values -> -0.015306 = 0.3*50^2/(1-50).

FAQ

What is Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given)?
The Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) is directly proportional to the concentration and square of degree of dissociation and is represented as Kc=C0*𝝰 ^2/(1-𝝰 ) or Equilibrium constant=Initial concentration*Degree of Dissociation^2/(1-Degree of Dissociation). Initial concentration of the sample before diffusion or reaction. The units can be in weight percent or atom percent, but should be same as other concentration terms and The Degree of Dissociation is the ratio of molar conductivity of a electrolyte to its limiting molar conductivity.
How to calculate Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given)?
The Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) is directly proportional to the concentration and square of degree of dissociation is calculated using Equilibrium constant=Initial concentration*Degree of Dissociation^2/(1-Degree of Dissociation). To calculate Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given), you need Initial concentration (C0) and Degree of Dissociation (𝝰 ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Initial concentration and Degree of Dissociation 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 Equilibrium constant?
In this formula, Equilibrium constant uses Initial concentration and Degree of Dissociation. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Equilibrium constant=Forward reaction rate constant/Backward reaction rate constant
  • Equilibrium constant=(Equilibrium concentration of C*Equilibrium concentration of D)/(Equilibrium concentration of A*Equilibrium concentration of B)
  • Equilibrium constant=Equilibrium constant for partial pressure /(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles)
  • Equilibrium constant=(Equilibrium constant for mole fraction*(Total pressure^Change in number of moles))/(([R]*Absolute temperature)^Change in number of moles)
  • Equilibrium constant=(Forward Pre-exponential factor/Backward Pre-exponential factor)*exp((Activation energy backward-Activation energy forward)/([R]*Absolute temperature))
  • Equilibrium constant=10^(-(Gibbs Free Energy/(2.303*[R]*Temperature)))
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