## Specific Surface Area Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere)
Asp = 3/(ρ*Rsphere)
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Specific Surface Area - (Measured in Square Meter per Kilogram) - Specific Surface Area is determined as the ratio of the area divided by the mass of an array of particles.
Density - (Measured in Kilogram per Cubic Meter) - The Density of a material shows the denseness of that material in a specific given area. This is taken as mass per unit volume of a given object.
Radius of Sphere - (Measured in Meter) - Radius of Sphere is a line segment extending from the center of a sphere to the circumference or bounding surface.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Density: 1141 Kilogram per Cubic Meter --> 1141 Kilogram per Cubic Meter No Conversion Required
Radius of Sphere: 1.25 Meter --> 1.25 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Asp = 3/(ρ*Rsphere) --> 3/(1141*1.25)
Evaluating ... ...
Asp = 0.0021034180543383
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.0021034180543383 Square Meter per Kilogram --> No Conversion Required
0.0021034180543383 0.002103 Square Meter per Kilogram <-- Specific Surface Area
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## < 8 Specific Surface Area Calculators

Surface Enthalpy given Critical Temperature
Surface Enthalpy = (Constant for each Liquid)*(1-(Temperature/Critical Temperature))^(Empirical Factor-1)*(1+((Empirical Factor-1)*(Temperature/Critical Temperature)))
Surface Entropy given Critical Temperature
Surface Entropy = Empirical Factor*Constant for each Liquid*(1-(Temperature/Critical Temperature))^(Empirical Factor)-(1/Critical Temperature)
Specific Surface Area for array of n Cylindrical Particles
Specific Surface Area = (2/Density)*((1/Cylinder Radius)+(1/Length))
Change in Surface Potential
Change in Surface Potential = Surface Potential of Monolayer-Surface Potential of Clean Surface
Surface Viscosity
Surface Viscosity = Dynamic Viscosity/Thickness of Surface Phase
Specific Surface Area for Thin Rod
Specific Surface Area = (2/Density)*(1/Cylinder Radius)
Specific Surface Area
Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere)
Specific Surface Area for Flat Disk
Specific Surface Area = (2/Density)*(1/Length)

## < 16 Important Formulas of Colloids Calculators

Surface Enthalpy given Critical Temperature
Surface Enthalpy = (Constant for each Liquid)*(1-(Temperature/Critical Temperature))^(Empirical Factor-1)*(1+((Empirical Factor-1)*(Temperature/Critical Temperature)))
Surface Entropy given Critical Temperature
Surface Entropy = Empirical Factor*Constant for each Liquid*(1-(Temperature/Critical Temperature))^(Empirical Factor)-(1/Critical Temperature)
Ionic Mobility given Zeta Potential using Smoluchowski Equation
Ionic Mobility = (Zeta Potential*Relative Permittivity of Solvent)/(4*pi*Dynamic Viscosity of Liquid)
Number of Moles of Surfactant given Critical Micelle Concentration
Number of Moles of Surfactant = (Total Concentration of Surfactant-Critical Micelle Concentration)/Degree of Aggregation of Micelle
Zeta Potential using Smoluchowski Equation
Zeta Potential = (4*pi*Dynamic Viscosity of Liquid*Ionic Mobility)/Relative Permittivity of Solvent
Micellar Core Radius given Micellar Aggregation Number
Micelle Core Radius = ((Micellar Aggregation Number*3*Volume of Hydrophobic Tail)/(4*pi))^(1/3)
Volume of Hydrophobic Tail given Micellar Aggregation Number
Volume of Hydrophobic Tail = ((4/3)*pi*(Micelle Core Radius^3))/Micellar Aggregation Number
Micellar Aggregation Number
Micellar Aggregation Number = ((4/3)*pi*(Micelle Core Radius^3))/Volume of Hydrophobic Tail
Critical Packing Parameter
Critical Packing Parameter = Surfactant Tail Volume/(Optimal Area*Tail Length)
Specific Surface Area for array of n Cylindrical Particles
Specific Surface Area = (2/Density)*((1/Cylinder Radius)+(1/Length))
Electrophoretic Mobility of Particle
Electrophoretic Mobility = Drift Velocity of Dispersed Particle/Electric Field Intensity
Surface Viscosity
Surface Viscosity = Dynamic Viscosity/Thickness of Surface Phase
Critical Chain Length of Hydrocarbon Tail using Tanford Equation
Critical Chain Length of Hydrocarbon Tail = (0.154+( 0.1265*Number of Carbon Atoms))
Specific Surface Area
Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere)
Number of Carbon Atoms given Critical Chain Length of Hydrocarbon
Number of Carbon Atoms = (Critical Chain Length of Hydrocarbon Tail-0.154)/0.1265
Volume of Hydrocarbon Chain using Tanford Equation
Micelle Core Volume = (27.4+(26.9*Number of Carbon Atoms))*(10^(-3))

## Specific Surface Area Formula

Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere)
Asp = 3/(ρ*Rsphere)

## What is Specific Surface Area?

Specific Surface Area is determined as the ratio of the area divided by the mass of an array of particles.
For a fixed amount of material, the surface area is inversely proportional to the radius for uniform, spherical particles.

## What is the SI unit for a Specific Surface Area?

Specific Surface Area would be expressed in m2 kg-'; however, m2 g-' are the most commonly used units for this quantity.

## How to Calculate Specific Surface Area?

Specific Surface Area calculator uses Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere) to calculate the Specific Surface Area, The Specific Surface Area formula is defined as for a fixed amount of material, the surface area is inversely proportional to the product of density and radius for spherical particles. Specific Surface Area is denoted by Asp symbol.

How to calculate Specific Surface Area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Specific Surface Area, enter Density (ρ) & Radius of Sphere (Rsphere) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Specific Surface Area calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.002407 = 3/(1141*1.25).

### FAQ

What is Specific Surface Area?
The Specific Surface Area formula is defined as for a fixed amount of material, the surface area is inversely proportional to the product of density and radius for spherical particles and is represented as Asp = 3/(ρ*Rsphere) or Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere). The Density of a material shows the denseness of that material in a specific given area. This is taken as mass per unit volume of a given object & Radius of Sphere is a line segment extending from the center of a sphere to the circumference or bounding surface.
How to calculate Specific Surface Area?
The Specific Surface Area formula is defined as for a fixed amount of material, the surface area is inversely proportional to the product of density and radius for spherical particles is calculated using Specific Surface Area = 3/(Density*Radius of Sphere). To calculate Specific Surface Area, you need Density (ρ) & Radius of Sphere (Rsphere). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Density & Radius of Sphere 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 Specific Surface Area?
In this formula, Specific Surface Area uses Density & Radius of Sphere. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Specific Surface Area = (2/Density)*((1/Cylinder Radius)+(1/Length))
• Specific Surface Area = (2/Density)*((1/Cylinder Radius)+(1/Length))
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