Calculators Created by Prerana Bakli

Lady Brabourne College (LBC), Kolkata
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List of Calculators by Prerana Bakli

Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Prerana Bakli. Prerana Bakli has created 558 and verified 196 calculators across 37 different categories till date.
Verified Beer- Lambert law in terms of intensity of radiation
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Verified Intensity of incident radiation
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Verified Intensity of transmitted radiation
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Verified Molar extinction coefficient when intensities of radiation is given
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11 More Beer- Lambert law Calculators
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Created Berthelot parameter a of Real Gas
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Created Molar Volume of Real Gas using Berthelot equation
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Created Pressure of Real Gas using Berthelot equation
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Created Temperature of Real Gas using Berthelot equation
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5 More Berthelot and modified Berthelot model of Real Gas Calculators
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Created August–Roche–Magnus formula
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Created Boiling Point using Trouton's Rule in terms of enthalpy
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Created Boiling Point using Trouton's Rule in terms of Latent Heat
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Created Boiling Point using Trouton's Rule in terms of Specific Latent Heat
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Created Enthalpy of vaporization using Trouton's Rule
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Created Enthalpy using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Entropy of vaporization using Trouton's Rule
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Created Final Pressure using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Final Temperature using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Initial Pressure using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Initial Temperature using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Latent heat of evaporation of water near standard temperature and pressure
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Created Latent Heat of vaporization for transitions
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Created Latent Heat using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Latent Heat using Trouton's Rule
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Created Pressure for transitions between gas and condensed phase
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Created Ratio of vapour pressure using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Saturation vapor pressure near standard temperature and pressure
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Created Slope of coexistence curve in terms of enthalpy
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Created Slope of coexistence curve in terms of entropy
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Created Slope of coexistence curve in terms of Latent Heat
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Created Slope of coexistence curve in terms of pressure and latent heat
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Created Slope of coexistence curve in terms of Specific Latent Heat
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Created Slope of coexistence curve of Water Vapor near standard temperature and pressure
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Created Specific latent heat of evaporation of water near standard temperature and pressure
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Created Specific Latent Heat using integrated form of Clausius-Clapeyron Equation
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Created Specific Latent Heat using Trouton's Rule
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Created Temperature for transitions
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Created Temperature in evaporation of water near standard temperature and pressure
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Created Density of material using Isentropic compressibility
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Created Density using relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Created Density when thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cp are given
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Created Density when thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cv are given
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Created Density when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion, compressibility factors and Cp are given
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Created Density when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion, compressibility factors and Cv are given
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Created Isentropic compressibility
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Created Isentropic compressibility when Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure and Volume are given
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Created Isentropic compressibility when Molar Heat Capacity Ratio is given
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Created Isentropic compressibility when thermal pressure coefficient and Cp is given
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Created Isentropic compressibility when thermal pressure coefficient and Cv is given
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Created Isentropic compressibility when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion and Cp is given
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Created Isentropic compressibility when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion and Cv is given
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Created Isothermal compressibility using relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Created Isothermal compressibility when Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure and Volume are given
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Created Isothermal compressibility when Molar Heat Capacity Ratio is given
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Created Isothermal compressibility when thermal pressure coefficient and Cp is given
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Created Isothermal compressibility when thermal pressure coefficient and Cv is given
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Created Isothermal compressibility when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion and Cp is given
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Created Isothermal compressibility when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion and Cv is given
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure in terms of Compressibility
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure when thermal pressure coefficient is given
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion is given
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant Volume in terms of Compressibility
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant Volume when thermal pressure coefficient is given
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant Volume when volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion is given
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Created Ratio Molar Heat Capacity in terms of Compressibility
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Created Relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Created Speed of sound using Isentropic compressibility
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Created Temperature using relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Created Temperature when coefficient of thermal expansion, compressibility factors and Cp are given
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Created Temperature when coefficient of thermal expansion, compressibility factors and Cv are given
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Created Temperature when thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cp are given
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Created Temperature when thermal pressure coefficient, compressibility factors and Cv are given
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Created Thermal pressure coefficient using compressibility factors and Cp
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Created Thermal pressure coefficient using compressibility factors and Cv
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Created Volume using relative size of fluctuations in particle density
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Created Volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion using compressibility factors and Cp
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Created Volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion using compressibility factors and Cv
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Created Mass of solvent using molality
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Created Molality
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Created Molarity of substance
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Created Number of moles of solute using molality
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25 More Concentration terms Calculators
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Created Bond Angle between Bond pair and Lone pair of electrons in terms of p-character
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Created Bond Angle between Bond pair and Lone pair of electrons in terms of s-character
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Created Bond Order for Molecules Showing Resonance
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Created Formal Charge on an atom
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Created Fraction of p-character when bond angle is given
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Created Fraction of s-character when bond angle is given
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Created Number of bonding electrons when Formal Charge is given
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Created Number of non-bonding electrons when Formal Charge is given
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Created Number of valence electrons when Formal Charge is given
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Created Percentage of p-character when bond angle is given
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Created Percentage of s-character when bond angle is given
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Created Total no. of bonds between in all structures when Bond Order is given
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Created Total no. of Resonating Structures when Bond Order is given
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Created Density of gas particle when vapour density is given
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16 More Density for gases Calculators
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Created Cryoscopic Constant in terms of Latent Heat of Fusion
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Created Cryoscopic Constant in terms of Molar Enthalpy of Fusion
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Created Cryoscopic Constant when Depression in Freezing Point is given
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Created Depression in Freezing Point of the solvent
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Created Freezing point of solvent when Cryoscopic Constant and Latent Heat of Fusion is given
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Created Freezing point of solvent when Cryoscopic Constant and Molar Enthalpy of Fusion is given
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Created Latent Heat of Fusion when Freezing point of solvent is given
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Created Molality when Depression in Freezing Point is given
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Created Molar Enthalpy of Fusion when Freezing point of solvent is given
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Created Molar Mass of solvent when the Cryoscopic Constant is given
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Created Van't Hoff equation for Depression in Freezing Point of electrolyte
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Created Van't Hoff Factor of an Electrolyte in terms of Depression in Freezing Point
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Verified Bending Stress When Normal Stress is Given
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Verified Normal Stress When Principal Shear Stress in the Shaft is Given(Bending & Torsion)
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13 More Desgin of Shafts Calculators
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Verified Activity coefficient if the ionic activity is given
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Verified Actual mass if current efficiency is given
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Verified Area of cross-section if Resistance and Resistivity given
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Verified Area of cross-section of electrode if conductance and conductivity given
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Verified Cell potential if change in Gibbs free energy is given
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Verified Cell potential if electrochemical work is given
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Verified Change in Gibbs free energy if cell potential is given
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Verified Change in Gibbs free energy if electrochemical work is given
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Verified Charge number of ion species using Debey-Huckel limiting law
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Verified Conductance if conductivity is given
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Verified Conductivity if conductance is given
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Verified Conductivity if molar volume of solution is given
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Verified Current flowing if mass and equivalent weight of subsatance are given
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Verified Current flowing if mass of subsatance is given
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Verified Debey-Huckel limiting law constant (A)
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Verified Distance between electrode if conductance and conductivity given
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Verified Distance between electrode if resistance and resistivity given
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Verified Electrochemical equivalent if charge and mass of substance is given
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Verified Electrochemical equivalent if current and mass of substance is given
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Verified Electrochemical equivalent if equivalent weight is given
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Verified Entropy if internal energy and Helmholtz free entropy are given
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Verified Equivalent conductance if normality is given
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Verified Equivalent weight if electrochemical equivalent is given
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Verified Equivalent weight if mass and charge are given
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Verified Equivalent weight if mass and current flowing are given
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Verified Equivalent weight of 1st element by Faraday's second law of electrolysis
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Verified Equivalent weight of 2nd element by Faraday's second law of electrolysis
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Verified Excess pressure if the osmotic coefficient if given
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Verified Helmholtz free energy if Helmholtz free entropy and temperature are given
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Verified Helmholtz free entropy
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Verified Helmholtz free entropy if Helmholtz free energy is given
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Verified Ideal pressure if the osmotic coefficient is given
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Verified Internal energy if Helmholtz free entropy and entropy are given
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Verified Ionic activity if molality of a solution is given
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Verified Ionic strength for bi-bivalent electrolyte
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Verified Ionic strength for bi-bivalent electrolyte if molality of cation and anion is same
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Verified Ionic strength for uni-univalent electrolyte
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Verified Ionic strength of bi-trivalent electrolyte
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Verified Ionic strength of bi-trivalent electrolyte if molality of cation and anion are same
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Verified Ionic strength of uni-bivalent electrolyte
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Verified Ionic strength of uni-bivalent electrolyte if molality of cation and anion are same
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Verified Mass of substance undergoing electrolysis if charges and equivalent weight are given
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Verified Mass of substance undergoing electrolysis if charges are given
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Verified Mass of substance undergoing electrolysis if current and equivalent weight are given
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Verified Mass of substance undergoing electrolysis if current and time are given
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Verified Mean activity coefficient for bi-trivalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean activity coefficient for Uni-bivalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean activity coefficient for Uni-trivalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean activity coefficient for Uni-univalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean ionic activity for bi-trivalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean ionic activity for Uni-bivalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean ionic activity for Uni-trivalent electrolyte
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Verified Mean ionic activity for Uni-univalent electrolyte
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Verified Molality if ionic activity and activity coefficient are given
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Verified Molality of bi-trivalent electrolyte if ionic strength is given
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Verified Molality of bi-trivalent electrolyte if mean ionic activity is given
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Verified Molality of uni-bivalent electrolyte if mean ionic activity is given
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Verified Molality of uni-trivalent electrolyte if mean ionic activity is given
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Verified Molality of uni-univalent electrolyte if mean ionic activity is given
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Verified Molar conductivity if conductivity and volume given
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Verified Molar Volume of solution if molar conductivity given
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Verified Molarity of bi-bivalent electrolyte if ionic strength is given
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Verified Molarity of solution if molar conductivity given
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Verified Molarity of uni-bivalent electrolyte if ionic strength is given
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Verified Moles of electron transferred if change in Gibbs free energy is given
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Verified Moles of electron transferred if electrochemical work is given
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Verified Moles of electron transferred if Standard change in Gibbs free energy is given
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Verified Normality if equivalent conductance is given
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Verified Osmotic coefficient if ideal and excess pressure is given
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Verified Quantity of charges if equivalent weight and mass of substance are given
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Verified Quantity of charges if mass of substance is given
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Verified Resistance if conductance is given
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Verified Resistance if distance between electrode and area of cross-section of electrode is given
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Verified Resistivity if specific conductance is given
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Verified Specific conductance if molarity is given
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Verified Specific conductivity if equivalent conductivity and normality of solution is given
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Verified Standard Cell potential if change in Standard change in Gibbs free energy is given
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Verified Standard change in Gibbs free energy if standard cell potential is given
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Verified Temperature if internal energy and Helmholtz free entropy are given
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Verified Theoretical mass if current efficiency and actual mass is given
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Verified Time required for flowing of charge if mass and time are given
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Verified Time required for flowing of current if mass and equivalent weight are given
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Verified Weight of 1st ion by Faraday's second law of electrolysis
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Verified Weight of 2nd ion by Faraday's second law of electrolysis
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Verified Work done by the electrochemical cell if cell potential is given
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46 More Electrochemistry Calculators
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Created Boiling point of solvent when Ebullioscopic Constant and Latent Heat of Vaporization is given
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Created Boiling point of solvent when Ebullioscopic Constant and Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization is given
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Created Ebullioscopic Constant in terms of Latent Heat of Vaporization
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Created Ebullioscopic Constant in terms of Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization
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Created Ebullioscopic Constant when Elevation in Boiling Point is given
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Created Elevation in Boiling Point of the Solvent
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Created Latent Heat of Vaporization when Boiling point of solvent is given
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Created Molality when Elevation in Boiling Point is given
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Created Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization when Boiling point of solvent is given
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Created Molar Mass of solvent when the Ebullioscopic Constant is given
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Created Van't Hoff equation for Elevation in Boiling Point of electrolyte
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Created Van't Hoff Factor of an Electrolyte in terms of Elevation in Boiling Point
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Created Atomicity using Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Created Atomicity using Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Created Atomicity using Internal Molar Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Internal Molar Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure and Volume of Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Molar Heat Capacity at constant Pressure and Volume of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Molar Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Molar Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Number of modes in Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Number of modes in Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity of Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Vibrational Degree of Freedom in Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Vibrational Degree of Freedom in Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Vibrational Mode of Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity using Vibrational Mode of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Atomicity when Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure of Linear Molecule is given
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Created Atomicity when Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure of Non-Linear Molecule is given
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Created Atomicity when Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume of Linear Molecule is given
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Created Atomicity when Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume of Non-Linear Molecule is given
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Created Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Created Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule in terms of atomicity only
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Created Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Created Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule in terms of atomicity only
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Created Degree of Freedom in Linear Molecule
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Created Degree of Freedom in Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Degree of Freedom in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure only
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Created Degree of Freedom in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume and pressure
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Created Degree of Freedom in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume only
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Created Degree of Freedom when Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity is given
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Created Heat Capacity
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Created Heat Capacity when Specific Heat Capacity is given
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Created Internal Molar Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Internal Molar Energy of Linear Molecule in terms of atomicity only
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Created Internal Molar Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Internal Molar Energy of Non-Linear Molecule in terms of atomicity only
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure of Linear Molecule
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure when only Degree of Freedom is given
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume of Linear Molecule
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume when only Degree of Freedom is given
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Created Molar Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Molar Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Number of modes in Linear Molecule
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Created Number of modes in Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity
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Created Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity Heat Capacity in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant pressure only
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Created Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity in terms of Molar Heat Capacity at constant volume only
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Created Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity of Linear Molecule
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Created Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Ratio of Molar Heat Capacity when Degree of Freedom is given
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Created Rotational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Rotational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Specific Heat Capacity
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Created Specific Heat Capacity when Heat Capacity is given
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Created Temperature using Average thermal energy of linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Created Temperature using Average thermal energy of non-linear polyatomic gas molecule
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Created Temperature using Internal Molar Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Temperature using Internal Molar Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Temperature using Molar Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Temperature using Molar Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Temperature using Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Temperature using Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Total Kinetic Energy
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Created Translational Energy
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Created Vibrational energy modeled as harmonic oscillator
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Created Vibrational Energy of Linear Molecule
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Created Vibrational Energy of Non-Linear Molecule
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Created Vibrational Mode of Linear Molecule
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Created Vibrational Mode of Non-Linear Molecule
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2 More Equipartition Principle and Heat Capacity Calculators
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Created Number of Components considering reactions and constraints
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Created Molecular Mass of a liquid forming an immiscible mixture with Water
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Created Molecular Mass of a liquid in a mixture of 2 immiscible liquids when weights of liquids are known
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Created Partial Vapour Pressure of a immiscible liquid when partial pressure of other is known
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Created Ratio of Molecular Mass of 2 immiscible liquids
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Created Ratio of molecular masses of water to a liquid forming a immiscible mixture
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Created Ratio of partial pressure of 2 immiscible liquids in terms their no. of moles
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Created Ratio of partial vapour pressures of 2 Immiscible Liquids in terms of weight and molecular mass
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Created Ratio of partial vapour pressures of water with a liquid forming a immiscible mixture
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Created Ratio of weights of 2 immiscible liquids forming a mixture
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Created Ratio of weights of water to a liquid forming a immiscible mixture
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Created Total Pressure of a mixture of a liquid with water when vapour pressure of water is known
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Created Total Pressure of a mixture of water with a liquid whose vapour pressure is given
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Created Total Pressure of mixture of two Immiscible Liquids
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Created Total Vapour Pressure of mixture of when partial pressure of one liquid is known
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Created Vapour Pressure of a liquid forming an immiscible mixture with Water
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Created Vapour Pressure of water forming an immiscible mixture with a liquid
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Created Weight of a liquid in a mixture of 2 immiscible liquids when weight of other liquid is known
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Created Weight of a liquid required to form a immiscible mixture with water
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Created Weight of water required to form a immiscible mixture with a liquid who weight is known
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Created Charge of ion using Ionic Potential
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Created Ionic Potential
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Created Radius of ion using Ionic Potential
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Created Average velocity of gas if pressure and density is given in 2D
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Created Average velocity of gas if root mean square speed is given in 2D
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Created Average velocity of gas if the pressure and volume is given in 2D
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Created Average velocity of gas if the temperature is given in 2D
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Verified Boyle temperature if Inversion temperature is given
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Verified Boyle temperature if Vander Waal constants are given
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Verified Critical temperature if inversion temperature is given
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Created Density of gas if average velocity and pressure given in 2D
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Created Density of gas if most probable speed pressure given in 2D
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Created Density of gas if root mean square speed and pressure given in 1D
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Created Density of gas if root mean square speed and pressure given in 2D
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Verified Inversion temperature if Boyle temperature is given
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Verified Inversion temperature if the critical temperature is given
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Verified Inversion temperature if Vander Waal constants are given
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Verified Inversion temperature if Vander Waals constants and Boltzmann constant is given
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Verified Kinetic energy of one gas molecule in the term of Boltzmann constant
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Created Mass of each gas molecule in 2D box if pressure is given
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Created Mean square speed of gas molecule if pressure and volume of gas is given in 1D
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Created Mean square speed of gas molecule if pressure and volume of gas is given in 2D
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Created Molar mass if most probable speed and temperature given in 2D
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Created Molar mass of gas if average velocity, pressure, and volume given in 2D
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Created Molar mass of gas if most probable speed, pressure and volume given in 2D
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Created Molar mass of gas if root mean square speed and pressure given in 1D
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Created Molar mass of gas if root mean square speed and pressure given in 2D
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Created Molar mass of gas if root mean square speed and temperature given in 1D
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Created Molar mass of gas if root mean square speed and temperature given in 2D
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Created Molar mass of the gas if temperature and average velocity is given in 2D
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Created Most probable velocity of gas if pressure and density is given in 2D
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Created Most probable velocity of gas if pressure and volume given in 2D
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Created Most probable velocity of gas if RMS velocity given in 2D
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Created Most probable velocity of gas if temperature is given in 2D
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Created Number of gas molecules in 2D box if pressure is given
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Created Pressure of gas if average velocity and density given in 2D
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Created Pressure of gas if average velocity and volume given in 2D
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Created Pressure of gas if most probable speed and density given in 2D
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Created Pressure of gas if most probable speed and volume given in 2D
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Created Pressure of gas if root mean square speed and density given in 1D
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Created Pressure of gas if root mean square speed and density given in 2D
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Created Pressure of gas if root mean square speed and Volume given in 1D
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Created Pressure of gas if root mean square speed and Volume given in 2D
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Created Pressure of gas molecules in 1D box
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Created Pressure of gas molecules in 2D box
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Created RMS velocity if most probable velocity given in 2D
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Created RMS velocity in terms of pressure and density in 1D
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Created RMS velocity in terms of pressure and density in 2D
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Created RMS velocity in terms of pressure and volume of gas in 1D
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Created RMS velocity in terms of pressure and volume of gas in 2D
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Created RMS velocity in terms of temperature and molar mass in 1D
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Created RMS velocity in terms of temperature and molar mass in 2D
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Created Root mean square speed if average velocity is given in 2D
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Created Temperature if most probable speed and molar mass given in 2D
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Created Temperature of gas if average velocity is given in 2D
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Created Temperature of gas if root mean square speed and molar mass given in 1D
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Created Temperature of gas if root mean square speed and molar mass given in 2D
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Verified Temperature of one gas molecule in terms of Boltzmann constant
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Verified Vander Waal constant a if Boyle temperature is given
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Verified Vander Waal constant a if inversion temperature is given
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Verified Vander Waal constant b if Boyle temperature is given
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Verified Vander Waal constant b if Inversion temperature and Boltzmann constant is given
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Verified Vander Waal constant b if inversion temperature is given
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Verified Vander Waals constant a if Inversion temperature and Boltzmann constant is given
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Created Volume of gas if average velocity and pressure given in 2D
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Created Volume of gas if average velocity and pressure given in 2D
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Created Volume of gas if most probable speed and pressure given in 2D
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Created Volume of gas if root mean square speed and Pressure given in 1D
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Created Volume of gas if root mean square speed and Pressure given in 2D
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78 More kinetic theory of gases Calculators
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Created Born exponent using Born–Landé equation
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Created Born exponent using Born–Landé equation when Madelung constant is not given
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Created Born exponent using Repulsive Interaction
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Created Constant depending on compressibility using Born–Mayer equation
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Created Distance of closest approach using Born–Landé equation
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Created Distance of closest approach using Born–Landé equation when Madelung constant is not given
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Created Distance of closest approach using Electrostatic potential
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Created Distance of closest approach using Madelung Energy
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Created Electrostatic potential energy between a pair of ions
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Created Lattice Energy using Born–Landé equation
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Created Lattice Energy using Born–Landé equation using Kapustinskii approximation
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Created Lattice Energy using Born–Mayer equation
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Created Lattice Energy using Kapustinskii equation
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Created Lattice Energy using Lattice Enthalpy
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Created Lattice Energy using Original Kapustinskii equation
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Created Lattice Enthalpy using Lattice Energy
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Created Madelung constant using Born–Landé equation
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Created Madelung constant using Born–Mayer equation
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Created Madelung constant using Kapustinskii approximation
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Created Madelung constant using Madelung Energy
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Created Madelung constant using Total Energy of an ion
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Created Madelung constant using Total Energy of an ion when Repulsive Interaction is given
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Created Madelung constant when Repulsive Interaction Constant is given
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Created Madelung Energy
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Created Madelung Energy using Total Energy of an ion
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Created Madelung Energy using Total Energy of an ion in terms of distance
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Created Minimum Potential Energy of an ion
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Created No. of ions using Kapustinskii approximation
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Created No. of ions using Kapustinskii approximation
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Created Outer pressure of lattice
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Created Repulsive Interaction
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Created Repulsive Interaction Constant
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Created Repulsive Interaction Constant using Total Energy of an ion
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Created Repulsive Interaction Constant using Total Energy of an ion when Madelung Energy is given
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Created Repulsive Interaction Constant when Madelung constant is given
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Created Repulsive Interaction using Total Energy of an ion
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Created Repulsive Interaction using Total Energy of an ion in terms of charges and distances
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Created Total Energy of an ion in terms of charges and distances
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Created Total Energy of an ion in the lattice
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Created Volume change of lattice
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Verified Adjusted retention time if retention time is given
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Verified Average width of peak id resolution and change in retention volume is given
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Verified Average width of peak if resolution and change in retention time is given
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Verified Capacity factor if partition coefficient and volume of mobile and stationary phase given
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Verified Capacity factor if retention volume and unretained volume is given
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Verified Capacity factor of solute 1 if relative retention is given
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Verified Capacity factor of solute 2 if relative retention is given
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Verified Change in retention time if half of average width of peaks are given
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Verified Change in retention time if resolution and average width of peak is given
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Verified Change in retention volume if resolution and average width of peak is given
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Verified Flow rate if retention volume and time given
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Verified Half of average width of peaks if resolution and change in retention volume is given
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Verified Half-width of peak if number of theoretical plates and retention time is given
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Verified Length of the column if standard deviation and plate height are given
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Verified Number of theoretical plate if resolution and separation factor is given.
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Verified Number of theoretical plates if retention time and half-width of peak is given
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Verified Number of theoretical plates if retention time and standard deviation is given
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Verified Number of theoretical plates if retention time and width of peak is given
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Verified Partition coefficient of solute 1 if relative retention is given
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Verified Partition coefficient of solute 2 if relative retention is given
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Verified Plate height if standard deviation and length of column is given
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Verified Relative retention if capacity factor of two components are given
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Verified Relative retention if partition coefficient of two-component is given
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Verified Resolution if number of theoretical plate and speration factor is given
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Verified Resolution of two peaks if half of average width of peaks are is given
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19 More Relation between equilibrium constant and degree of dissociation Calculators
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