# Arrhenius Equation Calculator

Created by Davide Borchia
Last updated: Jun 27, 2022
Two interconverting species A and B have an equilibrium ratio that depends on their difference in energy and the temperature, according to the equation ΔG=RT*ln(k), where k is the equilibrium constant. This can be derived from the Arrhenius equation calculator (temp-rate dependence) for the forward and backward reactions.
Davide Borchia
Arrhenius equation form
per mole (exponential) Arrhenius constant, A
x10⁰
Activation energy, Eₐ
kJ
/mol
Temperature, T
°F
Rate constant, k
x10⁰
The units for the Arrhenius constant and the rate constant are the same, and depend on the rate of reaction. The units for corresponding orders are in the brackets: order zero (M * s-1), one (s-1), two (M-1 * s-1), ..., up to order n (M1-n * s-1).
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