Calculators Created by Shivam Sinha

National Institute Of Technology (NIT), Surathkal
https://www.linkedin.com/in/shivam-sinha-a04719111/
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Formulas Created
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Formulas Verified
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Across Categories

List of Calculators by Shivam Sinha

Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Shivam Sinha. Shivam Sinha has created 307 and verified 50 calculators across 45 different categories till date.
Created Activity of Hydrogen Ion given pH
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Created Concentration of Hydrogen Ion given pH
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Created Concentration of Hydroxyl Ion given pOH
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Created Dissociation Constant of Weak Acid given pKa
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Created Dissociation Constant of Weak Base given pKb
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Created pH given Activity of Hydrogen Ion
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Created pH given Concentration of Hydrogen Ion
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Created pKa given Dissociation Constant of Weak Acid
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Created pKb given Dissociation constant of Weak Base
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Created pOH given Concentration of Hydroxyl Ion
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Created pKa of Salt of Weak acid and Strong base
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5 More Anionic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Created Pressure using Saturated Temperature in Antoine Equation
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Created Saturated Pressure using Antoine Equation
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Created Saturated Temperature using Antoine Equation
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Created Temperature using Saturated Pressure in Antoine equation
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2 More Antoine Equation Calculators
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Created Actual Change in Enthalpy using Turbine Efficiency and Isentropic Change in Enthalpy
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Created Actual Enthalpy Change using Isentropic Compression Efficieny
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Created Actual Work done using Compressor Efficiency and Isentropic Shaft Work
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Created Actual Work Done using Turbine Efficiency and Isentropic Shaft Work
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Created Change in Enthalpy in Turbine (Expanders)
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Created Compressor Efficiency using Actual and Isentropic Change in Enthalpy
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Created Compressor Efficiency using Actual and Isentropic Shaft Work
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Created Enthalpy for Pumps using Volume Expansivity for Pump
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Created Entropy for Pumps using Volume Expansivity for Pump
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Created Isentropic Change in Enthalpy using Compressor Efficiency and Actual Change in Enthalpy
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Created Isentropic Change in Enthalpy using Turbine Efficiency and Actual Change in Enthalpy
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Created Isentropic Work done rate for Adiabatic Compression Process using Cp
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Created Isentropic Work Done Rate for Adiabatic Compression Process using Gamma
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Created Isentropic Work Done using Compressor Efficiency and Actual Shaft Work
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Created Isentropic Work Done using Turbine Efficiency and Actual Shaft Work
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Created Mass Flow Rate of Stream in Turbine (Expanders)
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Created Turbine Efficiency using Actual and Isentropic Shaft Work
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Created Volume Expansivity for Pumps using Enthalpy
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Created Volume Expansivity for Pumps using Entropy
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Created Work Done Rate by Turbine (Expanders)
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3 More Application of Thermodynamics to Flow Processes Calculators
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Created Liquid phase mole fraction using Gamma - phi formulation of VLE
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15 More Basic Formulas of Thermodynamics Calculators
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Created Concentration of Acid in Acidic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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Created Concentration of Base in Basic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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Created Concentration of Salt in Acidic Buffer using Henderson's equation
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Created Concentration of Salt in Basic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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Created pH of Acidic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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Created pKa of Acidic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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Created pKb of Basic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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Created pOH of Basic Buffer using Henderson's Equation
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3 More Buffer Solution Calculators
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Created pKb of Salt of Strong Acid and Weak base
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6 More Cationic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Created Molarity given Acidity and Normality
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Created Molarity given basicity and normality
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Created Molarity given Molality of Solution
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Created Molarity given Normality and Equivalent Mass
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Created Molarity given Normality and Number of Equivalents
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Created Molarity using Normality and Valency Factor
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Created Mole Fraction of Component 1 in Binary Solution
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Created Mole Fraction of Solute given Molarity
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Created Mole Fraction of Solvent given Molality
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13 More Concentration Terms Calculators
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component 1 using Margules One Parameter Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component 1 using Margules Two-Parameter Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component 1 using Van Laar Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component 2 using Margules One Parameter Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component 2 using Margules Two-Parameter Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component 2 using Van Laar Equation
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Created Excess Gibbs Free Energy using Margules Two-Parameter Equation
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Created Excess Gibbs Free Energy using Van Laar Equation
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Verified Degree of Dissociation given Initial Vapor Density
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Verified Degree of Dissociation given Number of Moles at Equilibrium
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Verified Degree of Dissociation using Initial Vapour Density and Vapour Density at Equilibrium
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Verified Degree of Dissociation using Total Moles at Equilibrium
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4 More Degree of Dissociation Calculators
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Created Density of Solution given Molarity and Molality
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Created Density of Solution using Molarity of Solution
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15 More Density for Gases Calculators
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Verified Boiling point of Solvent given Ebullioscopic Constant and Latent Heat of Vaporization
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Verified Boiling point of Solvent given Ebullioscopic Constant and Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization
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Verified Molar Enthalpy of Vaporization given Boiling Point of Solvent
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Verified Molar Mass of Solvent given Ebullioscopic Constant
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19 More Elevation in Boiling Point Calculators
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Created Acentric Factor using B(0) and B(1) of Pitzer Correlations for Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Acentric Factor using Pitzer Correlations for Compressibility Factor
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Created Acentric Factor using Saturated Reduced Pressure given at Reduced Temperature 0.7
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Created B(0) given Z(0) using Pitzer Correlations for Second Virial Coefficient
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Created B(0) using Abbott Equations
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Created B(1) given Z(1) using Pitzer Correlations for Second Virial Coefficient
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Created B(1) using Abbott Equations
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Created Compressibility Factor using B(0) and B(1) of Pitzer Correlations for Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Compressibility Factor using Pitzer Correlations for Compressibility Factor
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Created Compressibility Factor using Reduced Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Compressibility Factor using Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Reduced Second Virial Coefficient using B(0) and B(1)
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Created Reduced Second Virial Coefficient using Compressibility Factor
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Created Reduced Second Virial Coefficient using Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Saturated Reduced Pressure at Reduced Temperature 0.7 using Acentric Factor
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Created Second Virial Coefficient using Compressibility Factor
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Created Second Virial Coefficient using Reduced Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Z(0) given B(0) using Pitzer Correlations for Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Z(1) given B(1) using Pitzer Correlations for Second Virial Coefficient
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2 More Equation of States Calculators
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Created Acidity given Equivalent Weight
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Created Basicity given Equivalent Weight
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Created Equivalent Weight for Acids
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Created Equivalent weight for base
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Created Equivalent Weight of Oxidising Agent
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Created Equivalent Weight of Reducing Agent
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Created Number of Electrons in Valence Shell
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Created Number of Electrons Left after Bonding
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Created Number of Moles of Electron Gained using Equivalent Weight of Oxidizing Agent
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Created Number of Moles of Electron Lost using Equivalent Weight of Reducing Agent
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Created Oxidation Number
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Created Valency Factor given Equivalent Weight
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3 More Equivalent Weight Calculators
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Created Actual Enthalpy using Excess and Ideal Solution Enthalpy
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Created Actual Entropy using Excess and Ideal Solution Entropy
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Created Actual Gibbs Energy using Excess and Ideal Solution Gibbs Energy
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Created Actual Volume using Excess and Ideal Solution Volume
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Created Excess Enthalpy using Actual and Ideal Solution Enthalpy
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Created Excess Entropy using Actual and Ideal Solution Entropy
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Created Excess Gibbs Energy using Actual and Ideal Solution Gibbs Energy
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Created Excess Volume using Actual and Ideal Solution Volume
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Created Ideal Solution Enthalpy using Excess and Actual Solution Enthalpy
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Created Ideal Solution Entropy using Excess and Actual Solution Entropy
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Created Ideal Solution Gibbs Energy using Excess and Actual Solution Gibbs Energy
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Created Ideal Solution Volume using Excess and Actual Solution Volume
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Verified Activation Energy for First Order Reaction
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Verified Arrhenius Constant for First Order Reaction
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Verified Rate Constant for First Order Reaction from Arrhenius Equation
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Verified Temperature in Arrhenius Equation for First Order Reaction
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14 More First Order Reaction Calculators
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Created Excess Gibbs Free Energy using Activity Coefficients and Liquid Mole Fractions
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Created Saturated Pressure of Comp. 1 using Second Virial Coefficient and Sat. Vapour Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Saturated Pressure of Comp. 2 using Second Virial Coefficient and Sat. Vapour Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Saturated Vapour Fugacity Coefficient of Comp. 1 using Sat. Pressure and Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Saturated Vapour Fugacity Coefficient of Comp. 2 using Sat. Pressure and Second Virial Coefficient
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Created Second Virial Coefficient of Comp. 1 using Sat. Pressure and Saturated Vapour Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Second Virial Coefficient of Comp. 2 using Saturated Pressure and Sat. Vapour Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Vapour Fugacity Coefficient of Comp. 1 using Sat. Pressure and Second Virial Coefficients
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Created Vapour Fugacity Coefficient of Comp. 2 using Sat. Pressure and Second Virial Coefficients
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Verified Adsorption Constant if n is equal to 1
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Verified Adsorption constant k using Freundlich adsorption constant
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Verified Mass of adsorbent if n is equal to 1
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Verified Mass of adsorbent using Freundlich adsorption isotherm
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Verified Mass of gas adsorbed
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Verified Mass of gas adsorbed if n is equal to 1
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Verified Pressure of gas if n is equal to 1
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2 More Freundlich adsorption isotherm Calculators
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Created Fugacity Coefficient using Gibbs Free Energy and Ideal Gibbs Free Energy
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Created Fugacity Coefficient using Residual Gibbs Free Energy
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Created Fugacity using Gibbs Free Energy, Ideal Gibbs Free Energy and Pressure
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Created Fugacity using Residual Gibbs Free Energy and Pressure
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Created Gibbs Free Energy using Ideal Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Gibbs Free Energy using Ideal Gibbs Free Energy, Pressure and Fugacity
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Created Ideal Gibbs Free Energy using Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Ideal Gibbs Free Energy using Gibbs Free Energy, Pressure and Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Pressure using Gibbs Free Energy, Ideal Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity
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Created Pressure using Residual Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity
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Created Residual Gibbs Free Energy using Fugacity and Pressure
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Created Residual Gibbs Free Energy using Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Temperature using Actual and Ideal Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Temperature using Gibbs Free Energy, Ideal Gibbs Free Energy, Pressure and Fugacity
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Created Temperature using Residual Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity
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Created Temperature using Residual Gibbs Free Energy and Fugacity Coefficient
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Created Fugacity of Liq. Phase Species using Poynting Factor
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Created Fugacity of Liq. Phase Species using Poynting Factor Correlation
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Created Poynting Factor using Saturated Fugacity Coeff. and Fugacity of Liq. Phase Species
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Created Saturated Fugacity Coeff. using Poynting Factor and Fugacity of Liq. Phase Species
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Created Saturated Fugacity Coeff. using Poynting Factor Correlation and Fugacity of Liq. Phase Species
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Created Saturated Pressure using Poynting Factor and Fugacity of Liq. Phase Species
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1 More Fugacity and Fugacity Coefficient Calculators
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Created pKa of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak base
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Created pKb of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak base
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5 More Hydrolysis for Weak Acid and Weak Base Calculators
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Created Constant of Hydrolysis given Ionic Product of Water and Acid Ionization Constant of Weak Acid
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Created Constant of Hydrolysis given Ionic Product of Water and Basic Ionization Constant of Weak Base
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Created Ionic Product of Water given Constant of Hydrolysis and Acid Ionization Constant of Weak Acid
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Created Ionic Product of Water given Constant of Hydrolysis and Basic Ionization Constant of Weak Base
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2 More Hydrolysis of Cations or Anions Calculators
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Created Henry Law Constant using Mole Fraction and Partial Pressure of Gas
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Created Mole Fraction of Dissolved Gas using Henry Law
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Created Partial Pressure using Henry Law
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17 More Ideal Gas Calculators
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Created Ideal Gas Enthalpy using Ideal Gas Mixture Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Gas Entropy using Ideal Gas Mixture Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Gas Gibbs Free Energy using Ideal Gas Mixture Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Gas Volume using Ideal Gas Mixture Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Solution Enthalpy using Ideal Solution Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Solution Entropy using Ideal Solution Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Solution Gibbs Energy using Ideal Solution Model in Binary System
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Created Ideal Solution Volume using Ideal Solution Model in Binary System
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component using K-Value Expression for Gamma-Phi Formulation
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Created Activity Coefficient of Component using K-Value for Modified Raoult's Law
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Created Activity Coefficient using Gamma-Phi Formulation of VLE
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Created Fugacity Coefficient of Component using K-Value Expression for Gamma-Phi Formulation
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Created Fugacity Coefficient using Gamma-Phi Formulation of VLE
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Created K-Value of Component using Gamma-Phi Formulation
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Created K-Value of Component using Modified Raoult's Law
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Created K-Value of Component using Raoult's Law
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Created K-Value or Vapour-Liquid Distribution Ratio of Component
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Created Pressure of Component using K-Value Expression for Modified Raoult's Law
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Created Pressure using K-Value Expression for Gamma-Phi Formulation
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Created Pressure using K-value Expression for Raoult's Law
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Created Saturated Pressure of Component using K-value Expression for Gamma-Phi Formulation
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Created Saturated Pressure of Component using K-value Expression for Modified Raoult's Law
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Created Saturated Pressure of Component using K-value Expression for Raoult's Law
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Created Saturated Pressure using Gamma-Phi Formulation of VLE
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Created Total Pressure using Gamma-Phi Formulation of VLE
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Created Vapour Phase Mole Fraction using Gamma-Phi Formulation of VLE
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Verified Mass of Adsorbent for Langmuir Adsorption
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Verified Mass of Gas Adsorbed in grams for Langmuir Adsorption
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Verified Surface Area of Adsorbent Covered
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Verified Surface Area of Adsorbent Covered at Low Pressure
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1 More Langmuir Adsorption Isotherm Calculators
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Created Actual Work using Ideal and Lost Work
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Created Actual Work using Thermodynamic Efficiency and Condition is Work is Produced
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Created Actual Work using Thermodynamic Efficiency and Condition is Work is Required
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Created Heat using First Law of Thermodynamics
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Created Ideal Work using Lost and Actual Work
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Created Ideal Work using Thermodynamic Efficiency and Condition is Work is Produced
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Created Ideal Work using Thermodynamic Efficiency and Condition is Work is Required
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Created Internal Energy using First Law of Thermodynamics
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Created Lost Work using Ideal and Actual Work
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Created Rate of Actual Work using Rates of Ideal and Lost Work
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Created Rate of Ideal Work using Rates of Lost and Actual Work
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Created Rate of Lost Work using Rates of Ideal and Actual Work
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Created Thermodynamic Efficiency using Work Produced
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Created Thermodynamic Efficiency using Work Required
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Created Turbine Efficiency using Actual and Isentropic Change in Enthalpy
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Created Work using First Law of Thermodynamics
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 1 for Infinite Dilution using NRTL Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 1 for Infinite Dilution using Wilson Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 1 using NRTL Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 1 using Wilson Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 2 for Infinite Dilution using NRTL Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 2 for Infinite Dilution using Wilson Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 2 using NRTL Equation
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Created Activity Coefficient for Component 2 using Wilson Equation
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Created Excess Gibbs Energy using Wilson Equation
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Created Excess Gibbs Free Energy using NRTL Equation
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Created Acidity given Molarity and Normality
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Created Basicity given Molarity and Normality
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Created Equivalent Mass given Molality and Normality
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Created Normality given Molality and Equivalent Mass
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Created Normality given Molarity and Acidity
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Created Normality given Molarity and Basicity
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Created Normality given Molarity and Number of Equivalents
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Created Normality given Molarity and Valency Factor
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Created Normality of substance 1 at Equivalence point
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Created Normality of substance 2 at Equivalence point
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Created Number of Equivalents given Molarity and Normality
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Created Number of Equivalents of Solute
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Created Number of Equivalents of Solute given Normality
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Created Number of Equivalents of Solute using Valency Factor
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Created Number of Moles of Solute given Number of Equivalents of Solute
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Created Valency Factor given Number of Equivalents of Solute
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Created Valency Factor using Molarity and Normality
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Created Volume of Solution given Normality
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Created Volume of Substance 1 at Equivalence Point
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Created Volume of substance 2 at equivalence point
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3 More Number of Equivalents and Normality Calculators
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Created Concentration of Anion given Ka and Concentration of Weak Acid and Hydrogen ion
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Created Concentration of Cation given Kb and Concentration of Weak Base and Hydroxyl ion
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Created Concentration of Hydrogen ion given Ka and Concentration of Weak Acid and Anion
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Created Concentration of Hydroxyl ion given Kb and Concentration of Weak Base and Cation
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Created Concentration of Weak Acid given Dissociation Constant and Concentration of Ions
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Created Concentration of Weak Base given Dissociation Constant and Concentration of Ions
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Created Degree of Dissociation given Ka and Initial Concentration
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Created Degree of Dissociation given Ka and Molar Volume of Weak Acid
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Created Degree of Dissociation given Kb and Initial Concentration
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Created Degree of Dissociation given Kb and Molar Volume of Weak Base
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Created Dissociation Constant Ka given Initial Concentration
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Created Dissociation Constant Ka given Initial Concentration of Weak Acid and Degree of Dissociation
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Created Dissociation Constant Kb given Initial Concentration
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Created Dissociation Constant Kb given Initial Concentration of Weak Base and Degree of Dissociation
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Created Dissociation constant of Weak Acid Ka given Concentration of Weak Acid and its Ions
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Created Dissociation constant of weak base Kb given concentration of weak base and its ions
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Created Initial Concentration of Weak Acid given Dissociation Constant Ka
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Created Initial Concentration of Weak Acid given Dissociation Constant Ka and Degree of Dissociation
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Created Initial Concentration of Weak Base given Dissociation Constant Kb
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Created Initial Concentration of Weak Base given Dissociation Constant Kb and Degree of Dissociation
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Created Mass of Solute using Mass Percent
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Created Mass of solute using Mass volume percent
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Created Mass of Solution given Mass Percent
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Created Mass Percent
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Created Mass Volume percent
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Created Volume of Solute using Volume Percent
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Created Volume of solution using Mass volume percent
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Created Volume of Solution using Volume Percent
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Created Volume Percent
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2 More Percentage Concentration Terms Calculators
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Created pH of Mixture of Strong Acid and Strong Base when Solution is Acidic in Nature
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Created pH of Mixture of Two Strong Acids
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Created pOH of MIxture of Strong Acid and Strong Base when Solution is Basic in Nature
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Created pOH of Mixture of Two Strong Bases
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Created Activity Coefficient using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Henry Law Constant using Henry Law in VLE
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Created Liquid Phase Mole Fraction using Henry Law in VLE
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Created Liquid Phase Mole Fraction using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Liquid Phase Mole Fraction using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Poynting Factor
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Created Saturated Pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Saturated Pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Total Pressure for Binary Liquid System for Dew-Bubble Point Calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
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Created Total Pressure for Binary Liquid System for Dew-Bubble Point Calculations with Raoult's Law
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Created Total Pressure for Binary Vapour System for Dew-Bubble Point calculations with Modified Raoult's Law
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Created Total Pressure for Binary Vapour System for Dew-Bubble Point Calculations with Raoult's Law
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Created Total Pressure using Henry Law in VLE
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Created Total Pressure using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Total Pressure using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Vapour Phase Mole Fraction using Henry Law in VLE
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Created Vapour Phase Mole Fraction using Modified Raoult's Law in VLE
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Created Vapour Phase Mole Fraction using Raoult's Law in VLE
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Verified Equilibrium Constant due to Pressure given Degree of Dissociation
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19 More Relation between Equilibrium Constant and Degree of Dissociation Calculators
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Verified Initial Total Moles using Degree of Dissociation
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Verified Initial Vapour Density given Degree of Dissociation
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Verified Number of moles of products using degree of dissociation
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Verified Number of Moles of Substance A and B at Equilibrium
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Verified Total Moles at Equilibrium using Degree of Dissociation
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19 More Relation between Vapour Density and Degree of Dissociation Calculators
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Created Concentration of Acid 1 given Relative Strength, Conc of Acid 2 and Degree of Diss of both acids
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Created Concentration of Acid 1 given Relative Strength, Conc of Acid 2 and Diss const of Both Acids
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Created Concentration of Acid 2 given Relative Strength, Conc of Acid 1 and Degree of Diss of Both Acids
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Created Concentration of Acid 2 given Relative Strength, Conc of Acid 1 and Diss Const of both Acids
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Created Concentration of Hydrogen Ion of Acid 1 given Relative Strength and Conc of Hydrogen Ion of Acid 2
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Created Concentration of Hydrogen Ion of Acid 2 given Relative Strength and Conc of Hydrogen Ion of Acid 1
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Created Degree of Dissociation 1 given Relative Strength, Conc of both Acid and Degree of Diss 2
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Created Degree of Dissociation 2 given Relative Strength, Conc of both Acid and Degree of Diss 1
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Created Dissociation Constant 1 given Relative Strength, Conc of both Acid and Diss Const 2
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Created Dissociation Constant 2 given Relative Strength, Conc of both Acid and Diss Const 1
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Created Relative Strength of Two Acids given Concentration and Degree of Dissociations of both Acids
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Created Relative Strength of two acids given concentration and dissociation constant of both acids
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Created Relative Strength of two acids given concentration of hydrogen ion of both acids
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Created Actual Enthalpy using Residual and Ideal Gas Enthalpy
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Created Actual Entropy using Residual and Ideal Gas Entropy
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Created Actual Gibbs Energy using Residual and Ideal Gas Gibbs Energy
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Created Actual Volume using Residual and Ideal Gas Volume
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Created Ideal Gas Enthalpy using Residual and Actual Gas Enthalpy
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Created Ideal Gas Entropy using Residual and Actual Gas Entropy
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Created Ideal Gas Gibbs Free Energy using Residual and Actual Gas Gibbs Energy
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Created Ideal Gas Volume using Residual and Actual Gas Volume
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Created Residual Enthalpy using Actual and Ideal Gas Enthalpy
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Created Residual Entropy using Actual and Ideal Gas Entropy
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Created Residual Gibbs Free Energy using Actual and Ideal Gas Gibbs Free Energy
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Created Residual Volume using Actual and Ideal Gas Volume
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Verified Activation Energy for Second Order Reaction
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Verified Arrhenius Constant for Second Order Reaction
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Verified Rate Constant for Second Order Reaction from Arrhenius Equation
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Verified Temperature in Arrhenius Equation for Second Order Reaction
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11 More Second Order Reaction Calculators
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Created Enthalpy using Gibbs Free Energy, Temperature and Entropy
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Created Enthalpy using Internal Energy, Pressure and Volume
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Created Entropy using Gibbs Free Energy, Enthalpy and Temperature
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Created Entropy using Helmholtz Free Energy, Internal Energy and Temperature
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Created Gibbs Free Energy using Enthalpy, Temperature and Entropy
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Created Helmholtz Free Energy using Internal Energy, Temperature and Entropy
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Created Internal Energy using Enthalpy, Pressure and Volume
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Created Internal Energy using Helmholtz Free Energy, Temperature and Entropy
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Created Pressure using Enthalpy, Internal Energy and Volume
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Created Temperature using Gibbs Free Energy, Enthalpy and Entropy
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Created Temperature using Helmholtz Free Energy, Internal Energy and Entropy
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Created Volume using Enthalpy, Internal Energy and Pressure
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Verified Equilibrium Constant due to Pressure Given Gibbs Energy
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Verified Gibbs Free Energy given Equilibrium Constant due to Pressure
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Verified Temperature of Reaction given Equilibrium Constant of Pressure and Gibbs Energy
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22 More Thermodynamics in Chemical Equilibrium Calculators
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Verified Vapour Density at Equilibrium using Degree of Dissociation
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8 More Vapour Density at Equilibrium Calculators
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Verified Energy of Vibrational Transitions
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14 More Vibrational Energy Levels Calculators
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Verified Anharmonicity Constant given First Overtone Frequency
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Verified Anharmonicity Constant given Second Overtone Frequency
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Verified First Overtone Frequency
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Verified Second Overtone Frequency
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Verified Vibrational Degree of Freedom for Linear Molecules
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Verified Vibrational Degree of Freedom for Nonlinear Molecules
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Verified Vibrational Frequency given First Overtone Frequency
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Verified Vibrational Frequency given Second Overtone Frequency
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13 More Vibrational spectroscopy Calculators
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Verified Activation Energy for Zero Order Reactions
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Verified Arrhenius Constant for Zero Order Reaction
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Verified Rate Constant for Zero Order Reaction from Arrhenius Equation
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Verified Temperature in Arrhenius Equation for Zero Order Reaction
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15 More Zero Order Reaction Calculators
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