How to Calculate Partial Pressure (using Raoult's Law)?
Partial Pressure (using Raoult's Law) calculator uses vapor_pressure_a = Mole fraction of component A in liquid phase*Vapor Pressure of pure component A to calculate the Vapor Pressure of component A, Partial Pressure (using Raoult's Law) calculates the partial pressure of a given component in a mixture when the component's mole fraction in the liquid phase and its pure vapor pressure is known. Vapor Pressure of component A and is denoted by P_{A} symbol.
How to calculate Partial Pressure (using Raoult's Law) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Partial Pressure (using Raoult's Law), enter Mole fraction of component A in liquid phase (x_{A}) and Vapor Pressure of pure component A (P_{A}^{o}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Partial Pressure (using Raoult's Law) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.1 = 0.1*1.