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Schottky Defect Concentration
Number of Schottky Defects=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for Schottky formation/(2*[BoltZ]*Temperature)) GO
Equilibrium vacancy concentration
Number of vacancies=Number of atomic sites*exp(-Activation energy for vacancy formation/([BoltZ]*Temperature)) GO
Temperature Dependence of the Energy Bandgaps
temperature dependence of energy bandgap =fitting parameter 1-((alpha*(Temperature^2))/(Temperature+beta)) GO
Temperature dependent diffusion coefficient
Diffusion coefficient=Pre-exponential factor*exp(-Activation energy for diffusion/([BoltZ]*Temperature)) GO
Mole Fraction
Mole Fraction=(Number of Moles of Solute)/(Number of Moles of Solute+Number of Moles of Solvent) GO
Emmisive power of a body (Radiation)
Emissive power per unit area=(Emissivity*(Temperature)^4)*[Stefan-BoltZ] GO
Molality
Molality=Number of Moles of Solute/Solvent Present in Solution per Kg GO
Molarity
Molarity=Number of Moles of Solute/Volume of Solution GO
Dew Point Depression
dewpoint depression=Temperature-dewpoint temperature GO
Thermal Voltage
Volts-Equivalent of Temperature=Temperature/11600 GO
Gibbs Free Energy
Gibbs Free Energy=Enthalpy-(Temperature*Entropy) GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Osmotic pressure when volume and concentration of two substances is given
Osmotic Pressure=(((Concentration of Particle 1*Volume of particle 1)+(Concentration of Particle 2*Volume of particle 2))*([R]*Temperature))/(Volume of particle 1+Volume of particle 2) GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Vapour Pressure
Osmotic Pressure=((Vapour Pressure of Pure Solvent-Vapour Pressure of Solvent in Solution)*[R]*Temperature)/(Molar Volume*Vapour Pressure of Pure Solvent) GO
Osmotic pressure when volume and osmotic pressure of two substances is given
Osmotic Pressure=((Osmotic Pressure of particle 1*Volume of particle 1)+(Osmotic Pressure of particle 2*Volume of particle 2))/([R]*Temperature) GO
Van't Hoff Osmotic Pressure for mixture of 2 solutions
Osmotic Pressure=((Van't Hoff Factor 1*Concentration of Particle 1)+(Van't Hoff Factor 2*Concentration of Particle 2))*[R]*Temperature GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point
Osmotic Pressure=(Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization*Elevation in Boiling Point*Temperature)/((Solvent boiling point^2)*Molar Volume) GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Depression in freezing point
Osmotic Pressure=(Molar Enthalpy of Fusion*Depression in Freezing Point*Temperature)/(Molar Volume*(Solvent freezing point^2)) GO
Osmotic pressure when concentration of two substances is given
Osmotic Pressure=(Concentration of Particle 1+Concentration of Particle 2)*[R]*Temperature GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure
Osmotic Pressure=(Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure*[R]*Temperature)/Molar Volume GO
Van't Hoff Osmotic Pressure for an Electrolyte
Osmotic Pressure=Van't Hoff Factor*Molar Concentration Of Solute*[R]*Temperature GO
Osmotic Pressure for Non Electrolyte
Osmotic Pressure=Molar Concentration Of Solute*[R]*Temperature GO
Osmotic Pressure when density of solution is given
Osmotic Pressure=Density of solution*[g]*Equilibrium Height GO

Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution Formula

Osmotic Pressure=(Number of Moles of Solute*[R]*Temperature)/Volume of Solution
π=(n*[R]*T)/V
More formulas
Osmotic Pressure when density of solution is given GO
Density of solution when osmotic pressure is given GO
Equilibrium height when osmotic pressure is given GO
Van't Hoff Osmotic Pressure for an Electrolyte GO
Total concentration of particles using osmotic pressure GO
Temperature of gas when osmotic pressure is given GO
Moles of solute when osmotic pressure is given GO
Volume of solution when osmotic pressure is given GO
Osmotic pressure when concentration of two substances is given GO
Osmotic pressure when volume and osmotic pressure of two substances is given GO
Van't Hoff factor in terms of colligative property GO
Observed or Experimental value of colligative property when Van't Hoff factor is given GO
Theoretical value of colligative property when Van't Hoff factor is given GO
Osmotic Pressure for Non Electrolyte GO
Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure in terms of Depression in freezing point GO
Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point GO
Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure in terms of Osmotic Pressure GO
Depression in freezing point in terms of Vapour Pressure GO
Depression in freezing point in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point GO
Depression in freezing point in terms of Osmotic Pressure GO
Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Vapour Pressure GO
Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Depression in freezing point GO
Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Osmotic Pressure GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Vapour Pressure GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Depression in freezing point GO
Osmotic Pressure in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure GO
Elevation in Boiling Point in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure GO
Depression in freezing point in terms of Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure GO

Why osmotic pressure is important?

Osmotic pressure is of vital importance in biology as the cell's membrane is selective toward many of the solutes found in living organisms. When a cell is placed in a hypertonic solution, water actually flows out of the cell into the surrounding solution thereby causing the cells to shrink and lose its turgidity

How to Calculate Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution?

Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution calculator uses Osmotic Pressure=(Number of Moles of Solute*[R]*Temperature)/Volume of Solution to calculate the Osmotic Pressure, The Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution is the minimum pressure which needs to be applied to a solution to prevent the inward flow of its pure solvent across a semipermeable membrane. It is also defined as the measure of the tendency of a solution to take in pure solvent by osmosis. Osmotic Pressure and is denoted by π symbol.

How to calculate Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution, enter Number of Moles of Solute (n), Temperature (T) and Volume of Solution (V) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution calculation can be explained with given input values -> 12.02573 = (3.4483*[R]*85)/0.002.

FAQ

What is Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution?
The Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution is the minimum pressure which needs to be applied to a solution to prevent the inward flow of its pure solvent across a semipermeable membrane. It is also defined as the measure of the tendency of a solution to take in pure solvent by osmosis and is represented as π=(n*[R]*T)/V or Osmotic Pressure=(Number of Moles of Solute*[R]*Temperature)/Volume of Solution. The number of Moles of Solute is the total number of representative particles present in the solute, Temperature is the degree or intensity of heat present in a substance or object and The volume of solution gives the volume of the solution in liters.
How to calculate Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution?
The Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution is the minimum pressure which needs to be applied to a solution to prevent the inward flow of its pure solvent across a semipermeable membrane. It is also defined as the measure of the tendency of a solution to take in pure solvent by osmosis is calculated using Osmotic Pressure=(Number of Moles of Solute*[R]*Temperature)/Volume of Solution. To calculate Osmotic pressure in terms of number of moles and volume of solution, you need Number of Moles of Solute (n), Temperature (T) and Volume of Solution (V). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Number of Moles of Solute, Temperature and Volume of Solution 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 Osmotic Pressure?
In this formula, Osmotic Pressure uses Number of Moles of Solute, Temperature and Volume of Solution. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Osmotic Pressure=Density of solution*[g]*Equilibrium Height
  • Osmotic Pressure=Van't Hoff Factor*Molar Concentration Of Solute*[R]*Temperature
  • Osmotic Pressure=(Concentration of Particle 1+Concentration of Particle 2)*[R]*Temperature
  • Osmotic Pressure=((Osmotic Pressure of particle 1*Volume of particle 1)+(Osmotic Pressure of particle 2*Volume of particle 2))/([R]*Temperature)
  • Osmotic Pressure=Molar Concentration Of Solute*[R]*Temperature
  • Osmotic Pressure=(((Concentration of Particle 1*Volume of particle 1)+(Concentration of Particle 2*Volume of particle 2))*([R]*Temperature))/(Volume of particle 1+Volume of particle 2)
  • Osmotic Pressure=((Van't Hoff Factor 1*Concentration of Particle 1)+(Van't Hoff Factor 2*Concentration of Particle 2))*[R]*Temperature
  • Osmotic Pressure=((Vapour Pressure of Pure Solvent-Vapour Pressure of Solvent in Solution)*[R]*Temperature)/(Molar Volume*Vapour Pressure of Pure Solvent)
  • Osmotic Pressure=(Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization*Elevation in Boiling Point*Temperature)/((Solvent boiling point^2)*Molar Volume)
  • Osmotic Pressure=(Molar Enthalpy of Fusion*Depression in Freezing Point*Temperature)/(Molar Volume*(Solvent freezing point^2))
  • Osmotic Pressure=(Relative Lowering of Vapour Pressure*[R]*Temperature)/Molar Volume
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