# Chemistry

vCalc's Chemistry library contains information that goes with Chemistry formulas (e.g. PV=nRT) and data constants (e.g. Gas Constant - R) related to the properties and composition of matter.  Some of the most common formulas are based on well known laws:
PERIODIC TABLE INFORMATION
by: Element Name or Atomic Number

• Ideal Gas Law:    PV = n•R•T
• Charles Law:    V_1T_2 = V_2T_1
• Boyles Law:    P_1V_1 = P_2V_2
• Gay-Lussac Law:      T_1P_2 = T_2P_1
• Combined Gas Law:    PV / T = k

Chemistry is the physical science which examines the composition, structure, properties and behavior of matter. It focuses on atoms, their interactions with other atoms and phenomena such as the forming of chemical bonds between atoms to create chemical compounds. In chemistry, matter is defined as anything that has rest mass and volume (it takes up space) and is made up of particles.

## Chemistry Equations

• Activation Energy
• Atomic Weight
• Boyles Law (final pressure)
• Boyles Law (final volume)
• Boyles Law (initial pressure)
• Boyles Law (initial volume)
• Charles Law (Final temperature)
• Charles Law (Initial temperature)
• Combined Gas Law (final pressure)
• Combined Gas Law (final temp)
• Combined Gas Law (final volume)
• Combined Gas Law (k)
• Combined Gas Law (P)
• Combined Gas Law (T)
• Combined Gas Law (V)
• Compressibility Factor
• Cottrell
• Coulombs Law
• DeBroglie wavelength
• Density of a Liquid
• Diffusion Coefficient of Liquid Phase
• Dilution Factor
• Electrostatic Potential Energy
• Femtometer-to-Meter
• Gay-Lussac Law (final pressure)
• Gay-Lussac Law (final temperature)
• Gay-Lussac Law (initial pressure)
• Gay-Lussac Law (initial temperature)
• Grahams Law of Diffusion (Effusion Rate)
• Grahams Law of Diffusion (Molar Mass)
• How many grams of Element are in a Molecule sample
• Ideal gas law (molar form)
• Ideal gas law (pressure)
• Ideal gas law (temperature)
• Ideal gas law (volume)
• kPa to mmHg
• Mass Concentration
• Mass Fraction of Vapor Phase
• Molality
• Molar Concentration
• Molarity
• p-function
• Periodic Table