Net ionic and ionic equation calculator is a free online tool that shows the structure, equilibrium constant, balanced equation, substance properties with chemical formulas and names. The balanced net ionic equation calculator tool makes the prediction quick and easier and displays the answer in a fraction of seconds.
How to use Net Ionic Equation Calculator?
Method to use the Ionic net equation calculator is as follows:
1: Enter the chemical equation in the “Enter the chemical equation” field.
2: Now click the button “Balance” to get the equalize equation.
3: Finally, for the specified chemical equation, a window will pop with the output.
The input equation should be in the following format
Fe + Cl2 -> FeCl3
The output of the calculator are
- Balanced equation
- Structure (both lewis and skeletal)
- Names of reactants and products
- Reaction thermodynamics
- Enthalpy, Entropy, Gibbs Free Energy
- Equilibrium constant
- Rate of reaction
- Chemical names and formulas
- Substance properties
What is a Chemical Equation?
A chemical equation is interpreted as the symbolic representation of the chemical reaction where the reactants are written on the left side and the products are written on the right side. The reactants and products are sunders by arrow symbols. Each unique substance in the chemical reaction is sunder by a plus sign (+).
Example: Al + HCl → AlCl3 + H2
Question: Balance the given chemical equation: CH4 + O2 → CO2 + H2O
Solution: The balanced equation for the given chemical equation is:
CH4 + 2 O2 → CO2 + 2 H2O
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Net ionic equations is basically an equation balanced by mass and charge. In here
1. Balancing by mass means there are equal masses of each element on either sides of the equation.
2. Balancing by charge is that overall charge should be the same on both sides of the equation.
The basic difference is that a net ionic equation shows only the chemical species that are involved in a reaction whereas a complete ionic equation also includes the spectator ions.