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7 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Number Of Moles Of The Solute Using Molarity
Number Of Moles Of Acid or Base =Molarity*Volume Of The Solution GO
Solubility
Solubility=Specific Conductance*1000/Limiting Molar Conductivity GO
Molecular weight of substance when initial vapour density is given
Molecular Weight=Initial vapour density*Volume Of The Solution GO
Initial vapour density when molecular weight is given
Initial vapour density=Molecular Weight/Volume Of The Solution GO
Molarity
Molarity=Number Of Moles Of The Solute/Volume Of The Solution GO
Molar conductivity (when molarity is given)
Molar Conductivity=Specific Conductance*1000/Molarity GO
Molar Conductance
Molar Conductance=Specific Conductance/Molarity GO

Equivalent Conductance Formula

Equivalent Conductance=Specific Conductance*Volume Of The Solution
E=K*V
More formulas
EMF of a due cell GO
Nernst Equation GO
Nernst Equation (for solid ,liquids & gases at 1 atom) GO
Gibbs free energy change GO
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
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
Equilibrium Constant (when degree of dissociation is given) GO
Current Efficiency GO

What is Equivalent Conductance?

The equivalent conductance of an electrolyte is defined as the conductance of a volume of solution containing one equivalent weight of dissolved substance when placed between two parallel electrodes 1 cm apart, and large enough to contain between them all of the solution. Λ is never determined directly, but is calculated from a specific conductance.

How to Calculate Equivalent Conductance?

Equivalent Conductance calculator uses Equivalent Conductance=Specific Conductance*Volume Of The Solution to calculate the Equivalent Conductance, The Equivalent conductance is defined as the conductance of all the ions produced by one gram equivalent of an electrolyte in a given solution. Equivalent Conductance and is denoted by E symbol.

How to calculate Equivalent Conductance using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Equivalent Conductance, enter Specific Conductance (K) and Volume Of The Solution (V) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Equivalent Conductance calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.05 = 50*0.001.

FAQ

What is Equivalent Conductance?
The Equivalent conductance is defined as the conductance of all the ions produced by one gram equivalent of an electrolyte in a given solution and is represented as E=K*V or Equivalent Conductance=Specific Conductance*Volume Of The Solution. The Specific Conductance is the ability of a substance to conduct electricity. It is the reciprocal of specific resistance and Volume Of The Solution is the total volume of the soluion.
How to calculate Equivalent Conductance?
The Equivalent conductance is defined as the conductance of all the ions produced by one gram equivalent of an electrolyte in a given solution is calculated using Equivalent Conductance=Specific Conductance*Volume Of The Solution. To calculate Equivalent Conductance, you need Specific Conductance (K) and Volume Of The Solution (V). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Specific Conductance and Volume Of The Solution 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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