How to Calculate Number Density for A Molecules using Collision Rate Constant?
Number Density for A Molecules using Collision Rate Constant calculator uses Number Density for A Molecules = Collision Frequency/(Velocity of Beam Molecules*Number Density for B Molecules*Cross Sectional Area for Quantum) to calculate the Number Density for A Molecules, The Number Density for A Molecules using Collision Rate Constant formula is defined as the rate of collisions between two A Molecules in a given volume, per unit time which is calculated using collision rate constant. Number Density for A Molecules is denoted by n_{A} symbol.
How to calculate Number Density for A Molecules using Collision Rate Constant using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Number Density for A Molecules using Collision Rate Constant, enter Collision Frequency (Z), Velocity of Beam Molecules (v_{beam}), Number Density for B Molecules (n_{B}) & Cross Sectional Area for Quantum (A) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Number Density for A Molecules using Collision Rate Constant calculation can be explained with given input values -> 7.8E-10 = 7/(25*14000*25.55).