## Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution = (3*Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum*Number of Collisions per Second)/(8*[BoltZ]*Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics)
n = (3*μ*v)/(8*[BoltZ]*T)
This formula uses 1 Constants, 4 Variables
Constants Used
[BoltZ] - Boltzmann constant Value Taken As 1.38064852E-23 Joule/Kelvin
Variables Used
Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution - (Measured in Mole per Meter³) - Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution is the molar concentration of equal size particle at any stage during the progress of the reaction.
Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum - (Measured in Pascal Second) - Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum is a measure of its resistance to deformation at a given rate in quantum mechanics.
Number of Collisions per Second - (Measured in 1 Per Second) - Number of Collisions per Second is rate of collisions between two atomic or molecular species in a given volume, per unit time.
Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics - (Measured in Kelvin) - Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics is the degree or intensity of heat present in a molecules during collision.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum: 6.5 Newton Second per Meter² --> 6.5 Pascal Second (Check conversion here)
Number of Collisions per Second: 20 1 Per Second --> 20 1 Per Second No Conversion Required
Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics: 85 Kelvin --> 85 Kelvin No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
n = (3*μ*v)/(8*[BoltZ]*T) --> (3*6.5*20)/(8*[BoltZ]*85)
Evaluating ... ...
n = 4.15405806370405E+22
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
4.15405806370405E+22 Mole per Meter³ -->4.15405806370405E+19 Millimole per Centimeter³ (Check conversion here)
4.15405806370405E+19 Millimole per Centimeter³ <-- Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution
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## Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate Formula

Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution = (3*Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum*Number of Collisions per Second)/(8*[BoltZ]*Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics)
n = (3*μ*v)/(8*[BoltZ]*T)

## What is Collision Theory?

Collision theory states that when suitable particles of the reactant hit each other with correct orientation, only a certain amount of collisions result in a perceptible or notable change; these successful changes are called successful collisions. The successful collisions must have enough energy, also known as activation energy, at the moment of impact to break the pre-existing bonds and form all new bonds.

## How to Calculate Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate?

Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate calculator uses Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution = (3*Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum*Number of Collisions per Second)/(8*[BoltZ]*Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics) to calculate the Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution, The Concentration of Equal Size particle in solution using Collision Rate formula is defined as molecular concentration of equal size of particle during collision. Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution is denoted by n symbol.

How to calculate Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate, enter Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum (μ), Number of Collisions per Second (v) & Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics (T) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4.2E+19 = (3*6.5*20)/(8*[BoltZ]*85).

### FAQ

What is Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate?
The Concentration of Equal Size particle in solution using Collision Rate formula is defined as molecular concentration of equal size of particle during collision and is represented as n = (3*μ*v)/(8*[BoltZ]*T) or Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution = (3*Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum*Number of Collisions per Second)/(8*[BoltZ]*Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics). Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum is a measure of its resistance to deformation at a given rate in quantum mechanics, Number of Collisions per Second is rate of collisions between two atomic or molecular species in a given volume, per unit time & Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics is the degree or intensity of heat present in a molecules during collision.
How to calculate Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate?
The Concentration of Equal Size particle in solution using Collision Rate formula is defined as molecular concentration of equal size of particle during collision is calculated using Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution = (3*Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum*Number of Collisions per Second)/(8*[BoltZ]*Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics). To calculate Concentration of Equal Size Particle in Solution using Collision Rate, you need Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum (μ), Number of Collisions per Second (v) & Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics (T). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Viscosity of Fluid in Quantum, Number of Collisions per Second & Temperature in terms of Molecular Dynamics and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know