How to Calculate Heat of Reaction at Equilibrium Conversion?
Heat of Reaction at Equilibrium Conversion calculator uses Heat of Reaction per Mole = (-(ln(Thermodynamic Constant at Final Temperature/Thermodynamic Constant at Initial Temperature)*[R])/(1/Final Temperature for Equilibrium Conversion-1/Initial Temperature for Equilibrium Conversion)) to calculate the Heat of Reaction per Mole, The Heat of Reaction at Equilibrium Conversion formula is defined as the enthalpy change associated with a chemical reaction when it reaches a state of equilibrium. Heat of Reaction per Mole is denoted by ΔH_{r} symbol.
How to calculate Heat of Reaction at Equilibrium Conversion using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Heat of Reaction at Equilibrium Conversion, enter Thermodynamic Constant at Final Temperature (K_{2}), Thermodynamic Constant at Initial Temperature (K_{1}), Final Temperature for Equilibrium Conversion (T_{2}) & Initial Temperature for Equilibrium Conversion (T_{1}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Heat of Reaction at Equilibrium Conversion calculation can be explained with given input values -> -957.17613 = (-(ln(0.63/0.6)*[R])/(1/368-1/436)).