## Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Concentration of Reactant A = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant B*Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction)
CA = r/(CB*k)
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Concentration of Reactant A - (Measured in Mole per Meter³) - Concentration of Reactant A refers to the amount of reactant A present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process.
Reaction Rate - (Measured in Mole per Meter³ Second) - Reaction Rate is the rate at which a reaction occurs to achieve the desire product.
Concentration of Reactant B - (Measured in Mole per Meter³) - Concentration of Reactant B refers to the amount of reactant B present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process.
Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction - (Measured in Cubic Meter per Mole Second) - The Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction is defined as the average rate of the reaction per concentration of the reactant having power raised to 2.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Reaction Rate: 20 Mole per Meter³ Second --> 20 Mole per Meter³ Second No Conversion Required
Concentration of Reactant B: 5 Mole per Meter³ --> 5 Mole per Meter³ No Conversion Required
Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction: 10 Liter per Mole Second --> 0.01 Cubic Meter per Mole Second (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
CA = r/(CB*k) --> 20/(5*0.01)
Evaluating ... ...
CA = 400
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
400 Mole per Meter³ --> No Conversion Required
400 Mole per Meter³ <-- Concentration of Reactant A
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)
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Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction
Concentration of Reactant A = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant B*Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction) Go
Rate Constant of Second Order Irreversible Reaction
Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant A*Concentration of Reactant B) Go
Reaction Rate of Second Order Irreversible Reaction
Reaction Rate = Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction*Concentration of Reactant A*Concentration of Reactant B Go
Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction With Equal Reactant Concentrations
Reactant Concentration = (Reaction Rate/Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction)^0.5 Go
Reaction Rate of Second Order Irreversible Reaction With Equal Reactant Concentrations
Reaction Rate = Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction*(Reactant Concentration)^2 Go
Rate Constant of Second Order Irreversible Reaction with Equal Reactant Concentrations
Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction = Reaction Rate/(Reactant Concentration)^2 Go

## Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction Formula

Concentration of Reactant A = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant B*Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction)
CA = r/(CB*k)

## What is second order reaction?

It is a chemical reaction in which the rate of reaction is proportional to the concentration of each of two reacting molecules.

## How to Calculate Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction?

Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction calculator uses Concentration of Reactant A = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant B*Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction) to calculate the Concentration of Reactant A, The Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction formula is defined as the number of moles of reactant present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process. Concentration of Reactant A is denoted by CA symbol.

How to calculate Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction, enter Reaction Rate (r), Concentration of Reactant B (CB) & Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction (k) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction calculation can be explained with given input values -> 400 = 20/(5*0.01).

### FAQ

What is Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction?
The Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction formula is defined as the number of moles of reactant present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process and is represented as CA = r/(CB*k) or Concentration of Reactant A = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant B*Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction). Reaction Rate is the rate at which a reaction occurs to achieve the desire product, Concentration of Reactant B refers to the amount of reactant B present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process & The Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction is defined as the average rate of the reaction per concentration of the reactant having power raised to 2.
How to calculate Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction?
The Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction formula is defined as the number of moles of reactant present in the solvent at any given point of time during the process is calculated using Concentration of Reactant A = Reaction Rate/(Concentration of Reactant B*Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction). To calculate Reactant Concentration of Second Order Irreversible Reaction, you need Reaction Rate (r), Concentration of Reactant B (CB) & Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction (k). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Reaction Rate, Concentration of Reactant B & Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know