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Ionic Mobility Formula

Ionic Mobility=Speed of Ions/Potential Gradient
u=V/x
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What is Ionic Mobility?

The ionic mobility is described as the speed achieved by an ion moving through a gas under a unit electric field. It is denoted by (μ). The unit of ionic mobility is m2s−1 volt−1.

How to Calculate Ionic Mobility?

Ionic Mobility calculator uses Ionic Mobility=Speed of Ions/Potential Gradient to calculate the Ionic Mobility, The Ionic Mobility is described as the speed achieved by an ion moving through a gas under a unit electric field. Ionic Mobility and is denoted by u symbol.

How to calculate Ionic Mobility using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Ionic Mobility, enter Speed of Ions (V) and Potential Gradient (x) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Ionic Mobility calculation can be explained with given input values -> 25 = 50/2.

FAQ

What is Ionic Mobility?
The Ionic Mobility is described as the speed achieved by an ion moving through a gas under a unit electric field and is represented as u=V/x or Ionic Mobility=Speed of Ions/Potential Gradient. The Speed of Ions is the speed obtained by an ion moving through a medium under a unit electric field and Potential Gradient is the potential difference per unit length of wire.
How to calculate Ionic Mobility?
The Ionic Mobility is described as the speed achieved by an ion moving through a gas under a unit electric field is calculated using Ionic Mobility=Speed of Ions/Potential Gradient. To calculate Ionic Mobility, you need Speed of Ions (V) and Potential Gradient (x). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Speed of Ions and Potential Gradient 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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