## Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Number of Moles of Reactant Fed = Volume of Solution*(Reactant Concentration+(Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant/Net Stoichiometric Coefficient)*((Total Number of Moles-Total Number of Moles Initially)/Volume of Solution))
NAo = V*(CA+(a/Δn)*((NT-N0)/V))
This formula uses 7 Variables
Variables Used
Number of Moles of Reactant Fed - (Measured in Mole) - The Number of Moles of Reactant Fed refers to the amount of reactant supplied.
Volume of Solution - (Measured in Cubic Meter) - The volume of solution gives the volume of the solution in liters.
Reactant Concentration - (Measured in Mole per Meter³) - The Reactant Concentration refers to the amount of reactant present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process.
Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant - Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant is the unit less number present before the reactant in a chemical equation.
Net Stoichiometric Coefficient - Net Stoichiometric Coefficient is the difference of sum of all product stoichiometric coefficients and sum of all reactant stoichiometric coefficients.
Total Number of Moles - (Measured in Mole) - Total Number of Moles is the total number of moles present in the system.
Total Number of Moles Initially - (Measured in Mole) - Total Number of Moles Initially is the number of moles present in the system before the required process.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Volume of Solution: 2 Liter --> 0.002 Cubic Meter (Check conversion here)
Reactant Concentration: 0.1 Mole per Liter --> 100 Mole per Meter³ (Check conversion here)
Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant: 3 --> No Conversion Required
Net Stoichiometric Coefficient: 4 --> No Conversion Required
Total Number of Moles: 2 Mole --> 2 Mole No Conversion Required
Total Number of Moles Initially: 2 Mole --> 2 Mole No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
NAo = V*(CA+(a/Δn)*((NT-N0)/V)) --> 0.002*(100+(3/4)*((2-2)/0.002))
Evaluating ... ...
NAo = 0.2
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.2 Mole --> No Conversion Required
0.2 Mole <-- Number of Moles of Reactant Fed
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)
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Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor
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Reactant Concentration in Constant Volume Batch Reactor
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Initial Partial Pressure of Reactant in Constant Volume Batch Reactor
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Partial Pressure of Reactant in Constant Volume Batch Reactor
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Initial Partial Pressure of Product in Constant Volume Batch Reactor
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## Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor Formula

Number of Moles of Reactant Fed = Volume of Solution*(Reactant Concentration+(Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant/Net Stoichiometric Coefficient)*((Total Number of Moles-Total Number of Moles Initially)/Volume of Solution))
NAo = V*(CA+(a/Δn)*((NT-N0)/V))

## What is constant volume batch reactor?

When we mention the constant-volume batch reactor we are really referring to the volume of reaction mixture, and not the volume of reactor. Thus, this term actually means a constant-density reaction system. Most liquid-phase reactions as well as all gas-phase reactions occurring in a constant-volume bomb fall in this class.

## How to Calculate Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor?

Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor calculator uses Number of Moles of Reactant Fed = Volume of Solution*(Reactant Concentration+(Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant/Net Stoichiometric Coefficient)*((Total Number of Moles-Total Number of Moles Initially)/Volume of Solution)) to calculate the Number of Moles of Reactant Fed, The Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor formula is defined as the number of moles of reactant that were present before reaction in constant volume batch reactor. Number of Moles of Reactant Fed is denoted by NAo symbol.

How to calculate Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor, enter Volume of Solution (V), Reactant Concentration (CA), Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant (a), Net Stoichiometric Coefficient (Δn), Total Number of Moles (NT) & Total Number of Moles Initially (N0) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.2 = 0.002*(100+(3/4)*((2-2)/0.002)).

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What is Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor?
The Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor formula is defined as the number of moles of reactant that were present before reaction in constant volume batch reactor and is represented as NAo = V*(CA+(a/Δn)*((NT-N0)/V)) or Number of Moles of Reactant Fed = Volume of Solution*(Reactant Concentration+(Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant/Net Stoichiometric Coefficient)*((Total Number of Moles-Total Number of Moles Initially)/Volume of Solution)). The volume of solution gives the volume of the solution in liters, The Reactant Concentration refers to the amount of reactant present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process, Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant is the unit less number present before the reactant in a chemical equation, Net Stoichiometric Coefficient is the difference of sum of all product stoichiometric coefficients and sum of all reactant stoichiometric coefficients, Total Number of Moles is the total number of moles present in the system & Total Number of Moles Initially is the number of moles present in the system before the required process.
How to calculate Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor?
The Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor formula is defined as the number of moles of reactant that were present before reaction in constant volume batch reactor is calculated using Number of Moles of Reactant Fed = Volume of Solution*(Reactant Concentration+(Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant/Net Stoichiometric Coefficient)*((Total Number of Moles-Total Number of Moles Initially)/Volume of Solution)). To calculate Number of Moles of Reactant Fed to Constant Volume Batch Reactor, you need Volume of Solution (V), Reactant Concentration (CA), Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant (a), Net Stoichiometric Coefficient (Δn), Total Number of Moles (NT) & Total Number of Moles Initially (N0). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Volume of Solution, Reactant Concentration, Stoichiometric Coefficient of Reactant, Net Stoichiometric Coefficient, Total Number of Moles & Total Number of Moles Initially 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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