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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Time for completion of first order reaction
Time for completion=2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction*log10(Initial concentration of reactant A/Concentration at time t of reactant A) GO
Time for completion for first order when rate constant and initial concentration is given
Time for completion=2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction/Concentration at time t) GO
Rate constant of first order reaction
Rate constant for first order reaction=2.303/Time for completion*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction/Concentration at time t) GO
Initial concentration of zero order reaction
Initial concentration for zero order reaction=(Rate constant of zero order reaction*Time taken for x amount to react)+Concentration at time t GO
Rate constant of zero-order reaction
Rate constant of zero order reaction=(Initial concentration for zero order reaction-Concentration at time t)/Time taken for x amount to react GO
Arrhenius constant for first order reaction
Frequency factor from Arrhenius equation=Rate constant for first order reaction/exp(-Energy of activation/([R]*Temperature)) GO
Temperature in Arrhenius equation for first order reaction
Temperature=Energy of activation/[R]*(ln(Frequency factor from Arrhenius equation/Rate constant for first order reaction)) GO
Activation energy for first order reaction
Energy of activation=[R]*Temperature*(ln(Frequency factor from Arrhenius equation/Rate constant for first order reaction)) GO
Time for completion by titration method for first order reaction
Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial volume of reactant/Volume at time t) GO
Half time completion of first order reaction
Half time=0.693/Rate constant for first order reaction GO
Average time of completion for first order reaction
Average time=1/Rate constant for first order reaction GO

8 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Time of completion for different products for second order reaction
Time for completion=2.303/(Rate constant for second order reaction*(Initial concentration of reactant A-Initial concentration of reactant B))*log10(Initial concentration of reactant B*(Concentration at time t of reactant A))/(Initial concentration of reactant A*(Concentration at time t of reactant B)) GO
Time of completion for same product for second order reaction
Time for completion=1/(Concentration at time t for second order*Rate constant for second order reaction)-1/(Initial concentration for second order reaction*Rate constant for second order reaction) GO
Time for completion for the same product by titration method for second order reaction
Time for completion=(1/(Volume at time t*Rate constant for second order reaction))-(1/(Initial volume of reactant*Rate constant for second order reaction)) GO
Time for completion of first order reaction
Time for completion=2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction*log10(Initial concentration of reactant A/Concentration at time t of reactant A) GO
Time for completion for first order when rate constant and initial concentration is given
Time for completion=2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction/Concentration at time t) GO
Time for completion by titration method for first order reaction
Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial volume of reactant/Volume at time t) GO
Time for completion by titration method for zero order reaction
Time for completion=(Initial volume of reactant-Volume at time t)/Rate constant of zero order reaction GO
Time for completion of zero order reaction
Time for completion=Initial concentration for zero order reaction/Rate constant of zero order reaction GO

Graphical representation for time for completion Formula

Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction)-(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Concentration at time t)
t=(2.303/k)*log10(C<sub>0</sub>)-(2.303/k)*log10(C<sub>t</sub>)
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Rate of chemical reaction GO
Total change in concentration of reaction GO
Total time taken during reaction GO
Overall order of reaction GO
Order of reaction with respect to reactant A GO
Order of reaction with respect to reactant B GO
Rate constant of zero-order reaction GO
Initial concentration of zero order reaction GO
Concentration of time of zero order reaction GO
Time for completion of zero order reaction GO
Concentration of time at half-time for zero order reaction GO
Initial concentration of zero order reaction at half time GO
Time for completion of zero order reaction at half time GO
Initial concentration when time for completion at half time is given GO
Rate constant at half time of zero order reaction GO
Time for completion of first order reaction GO
Rate constant of first order reaction GO
Time for completion for first order when rate constant and initial concentration is given GO
Half time completion of first order reaction GO
Rate constant at half time for first order reaction GO
Average time of completion for first order reaction GO
Average time of completion when half-time is given GO
Rate constant when average time is given GO
Half time for completion when average time is given GO
Rate constant for same product for second order reaction GO
Time of completion for same product for second order reaction GO
Rate constant for different products for second order reaction GO
Time of completion for different products for second order reaction GO
Rate constant under constant pressure and temperature for zero order reaction GO
Rate constant by titration method for first order reaction GO
Time for completion by titration method for first order reaction GO
Rate constant by titration method for zero order reaction GO
Time for completion by titration method for zero order reaction GO
Rate constant for the same product by titration method for second order reaction GO
Time for completion for the same product by titration method for second order reaction GO
Rate constant for zero order reaction from Arrhenius equation GO
Arrhenius constant for zero order reaction GO
Activation energy for zero order reactions GO
Arrhenius constant for first order reaction GO
Activation energy for first order reaction GO
Rate constant for second order reaction from Arrhenius equation GO
Arrhenius constant for second order reaction GO
Activation energy for second order reaction GO
Temperature in Arrhenius equation for zero order reaction GO
Temperature in Arrhenius equation for first order reaction GO
Temperature in Arrhenius equation for second order reaction GO

What is first-order reaction?

In the first-order reaction, the rate of reaction is proportional to the first power of the concentration of the reactant. The concentration of the reactant in the first-order reaction decreases exponentially with time.

How to Calculate Graphical representation for time for completion?

Graphical representation for time for completion calculator uses Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction)-(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Concentration at time t) to calculate the Time for completion, The Graphical representation for time for completion formula is defined as the subtraction of the logarithm of the concentration of the reactant at time t per rate constant from the logarithm of the initial concentration of the reactant per rate constant. . Time for completion and is denoted by t symbol.

How to calculate Graphical representation for time for completion using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Graphical representation for time for completion, enter Rate constant for first order reaction (k), Initial concentration for first order reaction (C0) and Concentration at time t (Ct) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Graphical representation for time for completion calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.037393 = (2.303/9)*log10(7000)-(2.303/9)*log10(5000).

FAQ

What is Graphical representation for time for completion?
The Graphical representation for time for completion formula is defined as the subtraction of the logarithm of the concentration of the reactant at time t per rate constant from the logarithm of the initial concentration of the reactant per rate constant. and is represented as t=(2.303/k)*log10(C0)-(2.303/k)*log10(Ct) or Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction)-(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Concentration at time t). The Rate constant for first order reaction is defined as the rate of the reaction divided by the concentration of the reactant, The Initial concentration for first order reaction is the amount of reactant present before the start of the reaction and The Concentration at time t is the amount of species formed or reacted in that particular time.
How to calculate Graphical representation for time for completion?
The Graphical representation for time for completion formula is defined as the subtraction of the logarithm of the concentration of the reactant at time t per rate constant from the logarithm of the initial concentration of the reactant per rate constant. is calculated using Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction)-(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Concentration at time t). To calculate Graphical representation for time for completion, you need Rate constant for first order reaction (k), Initial concentration for first order reaction (C0) and Concentration at time t (Ct). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Rate constant for first order reaction, Initial concentration for first order reaction and Concentration at time t 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 Time for completion?
In this formula, Time for completion uses Rate constant for first order reaction, Initial concentration for first order reaction and Concentration at time t. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Time for completion=Initial concentration for zero order reaction/Rate constant of zero order reaction
  • Time for completion=2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction*log10(Initial concentration of reactant A/Concentration at time t of reactant A)
  • Time for completion=2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction*log10(Initial concentration for first order reaction/Concentration at time t)
  • Time for completion=1/(Concentration at time t for second order*Rate constant for second order reaction)-1/(Initial concentration for second order reaction*Rate constant for second order reaction)
  • Time for completion=2.303/(Rate constant for second order reaction*(Initial concentration of reactant A-Initial concentration of reactant B))*log10(Initial concentration of reactant B*(Concentration at time t of reactant A))/(Initial concentration of reactant A*(Concentration at time t of reactant B))
  • Time for completion=(2.303/Rate constant for first order reaction)*log10(Initial volume of reactant/Volume at time t)
  • Time for completion=(Initial volume of reactant-Volume at time t)/Rate constant of zero order reaction
  • Time for completion=(1/(Volume at time t*Rate constant for second order reaction))-(1/(Initial volume of reactant*Rate constant for second order reaction))
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