## Stability Constant of Complex Compound Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Stability Constant of Complex = 1/Dissociation Constant of the Complex
kstab = 1/kdis
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Stability Constant of Complex - Stability Constant of Complex is the stability constant of the ternary complex formed in a medium were ligand concentration is much higher.
Dissociation Constant of the Complex - Dissociation Constant of the Complex is a specific type of equilibrium constant that measures the propensity of a larger object to separate (dissociate) reversibly into smaller components.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Dissociation Constant of the Complex: 20 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
kstab = 1/kdis --> 1/20
Evaluating ... ...
kstab = 0.05
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.05 --> No Conversion Required
0.05 <-- Stability Constant of Complex
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## < 12 Complex Equilibria Calculators

Second Stability Constant
Second Stability Constant = (Formation Factor for Complexation*(Formation Factor for Second Order-1)*First Stability Constant*Ligand Concentration of the Complex)/(Ligand Concentration of the Complex*Ligand Concentration of the Complex*(2-Formation Factor for Complexation)*First Stability Constant)
Change in Stability Constant
Change in Stability Constant of the Complex = 10^(log10(Stability Constant for Ternary Complex)-(log10(Stability Constant for Binary Complex MA)+log10(Stability Constant for Binary Complex MB)))
Relation between First and Second Stability Constant
Second Stability Constant = 10^((2*pH of Ligand)+log10(Formation Factor for Complexation/((2-Formation Factor for Complexation)*First Stability Constant)))
First Stability Constant
First Stability Constant = 10^(log10(Formation Factor for Complexation/(1-Formation Factor for Complexation))+pH of Ligand)
Stability Constant of Ternary Complexes
Stability Constant for Ternary Complex = (Concentration of Ternary Complex)/(Concentration of Binary Ion*Ligand Concentration of the Complex)
Stability Constant of Binary Complexes
Stability Constant for Binary Complex = (Concentration of Binary Ion)/(Concentration of Metal in Complex*Ligand Concentration of the Complex)
Concentration of Unbound Ligand
Concentration of Unbound Ligand = Total Bound Ligand of Complex-(Formation Factor for Complexation*Total Metal Concentration of Complex)
Formation Factor
Formation Factor for Complexation = (Total Bound Ligand of Complex-Concentration of Unbound Ligand)/Total Metal Concentration of Complex
Total Metal Ligand Concentration
Total Metal Ligand Concentration of Complex = Total Metal Concentration of Complex+Total Bound Ligand of Complex
Ligand Stoichiometry in Complex Equilibrium
Stoichiometric Coefficient of Lewis Base = Maxima of pL Curve/(1-Maxima of pL Curve)
pH of Ligand
pH of Ligand = -log10(Ligand Concentration of the Complex)
Stability Constant of Complex Compound
Stability Constant of Complex = 1/Dissociation Constant of the Complex

## Stability Constant of Complex Compound Formula

Stability Constant of Complex = 1/Dissociation Constant of the Complex
kstab = 1/kdis

## What is Complex Formation Reaction ?

A complexation reaction can be described as a reaction that forms a complex compound. It is also known as a complex formation reaction. A complex is defined as a molecular structure that consists of a metal atom or ion in the center, surrounded by ligands, i.e., a metal center plus ligands.

## How to Calculate Stability Constant of Complex Compound?

Stability Constant of Complex Compound calculator uses Stability Constant of Complex = 1/Dissociation Constant of the Complex to calculate the Stability Constant of Complex, Stability Constant of Complex Compound is the stability constant of the ternary complex formed in a medium where ligand concentration is much higher. Stability Constant of Complex is denoted by kstab symbol.

How to calculate Stability Constant of Complex Compound using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Stability Constant of Complex Compound, enter Dissociation Constant of the Complex (kdis) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Stability Constant of Complex Compound calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.05 = 1/20.

### FAQ

What is Stability Constant of Complex Compound?
Stability Constant of Complex Compound is the stability constant of the ternary complex formed in a medium where ligand concentration is much higher and is represented as kstab = 1/kdis or Stability Constant of Complex = 1/Dissociation Constant of the Complex. Dissociation Constant of the Complex is a specific type of equilibrium constant that measures the propensity of a larger object to separate (dissociate) reversibly into smaller components.
How to calculate Stability Constant of Complex Compound?
Stability Constant of Complex Compound is the stability constant of the ternary complex formed in a medium where ligand concentration is much higher is calculated using Stability Constant of Complex = 1/Dissociation Constant of the Complex. To calculate Stability Constant of Complex Compound, you need Dissociation Constant of the Complex (kdis). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Dissociation Constant of the Complex and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know