Enter the number of gram equivalents of solute and the volume of solvent into the calculator to determine the normality.
The following formula is used to calculate the normality of a concentration.
N = Eq / V
- Where N is the normality
- Eq is the number of gram equivalents of solute
- V is the volume of the solvent in liters
Normality is defined as the ratio of the number of gram equivalents of solute to the total volume of a solvent in liters.
How to calculate normality?
- First, determine the gram equivalents of the solute
Calculate the gram equivalents of solute.
- Next, determine the volume of solvent.
Measure the volume of the solvent in liters.
- Finally, calculate the normality.
Using the formula above, calculate the normality.
Normality is a concentration measure that is equal to the gram equivalent weight per liter of solution. It is also sometimes referred to as the equivalent concentration of a solution.