## Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 = Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2-Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1+Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2
Pa1 = Pb2-Pb1+Pa2
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 - (Measured in Pascal) - Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 is the pressure exerted by an individual gas in a mixture.
Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2 - (Measured in Pascal) - Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2 is the partial pressure of the gas in mixture 2.
Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1 - (Measured in Pascal) - Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1 is the partial pressure of the gas in the mixture 1.
Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 - (Measured in Pascal) - The Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 is the pressure exerted by an individual gas in a mixture.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2: 10500 Pascal --> 10500 Pascal No Conversion Required
Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1: 11000 Pascal --> 11000 Pascal No Conversion Required
Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2: 11200 Pascal --> 11200 Pascal No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Pa1 = Pb2-Pb1+Pa2 --> 10500-11000+11200
Evaluating ... ...
Pa1 = 10700
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
10700 Pascal --> No Conversion Required
10700 Pascal <-- Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 Formula

Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 = Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2-Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1+Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2
Pa1 = Pb2-Pb1+Pa2

## What is partial pressure?

Partial Pressure is defined as if a container filled with more than one gas, each gas exerts pressure. The pressure of anyone gas within the container is called its partial pressure. Partial pressure is the measure of the thermodynamic activity of gas molecules. The gasses diffuse and react based on their partial pressures and not concentrations in a gaseous mixture.

## How to Calculate Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1?

Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 calculator uses Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 = Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2-Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1+Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 to calculate the Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1, The Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 formula is defined as the partial mixture of component A when the partial mixture of component B is given. Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 is denoted by Pa1 symbol.

How to calculate Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1, enter Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2 (Pb2), Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1 (Pb1) & Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 (Pa2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.107 = 10500-11000+11200.

### FAQ

What is Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1?
The Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 formula is defined as the partial mixture of component A when the partial mixture of component B is given and is represented as Pa1 = Pb2-Pb1+Pa2 or Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 = Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2-Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1+Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2. Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2 is the partial pressure of the gas in mixture 2, Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1 is the partial pressure of the gas in the mixture 1 & The Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 is the pressure exerted by an individual gas in a mixture.
How to calculate Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1?
The Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1 formula is defined as the partial mixture of component A when the partial mixture of component B is given is calculated using Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 1 = Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2-Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1+Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2. To calculate Partial pressure of component A in mixture 1, you need Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2 (Pb2), Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1 (Pb1) & Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 (Pa2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 2, Partial Pressure of Component B in Mixture 1 & Partial Pressure of Component A in Mixture 2 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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