Here is a list of formulae and their subformulae that the rest of the formulae can be derived from.
One substance formulae
- m = nM
- Z = nN_{A}
- m = Vd
- PV = nRT
- P_{i}V_{i} = P_{f}V_{f} when n and T are constant
- V_{i}T_{i} = V_{f}T_{f} when n and P are constant
- P_{i}T_{i} = P_{f}T_{f} when n and V are constant
- P_{i}V_{i}T_{i} = P_{f}V_{f}T_{f} when n is constant
- V = nV_{m}
where
n = amount in moles
M = molar mass
Z = number of formula units
N_{A} = Avagadro constant
d = density
m = mass
V = volume
P = pressure
V_{m} = molar volume
Multi substance formulae
- c = n_{solute}V_{solution}
- C = m_{solute}V_{solution}
- M = $ \sum_{i} M_i $
- n_{X}cof_{Y} = n_{Y}cof_{X}
where
c = concentration in mass per volume
C = concentration in moles per volume
M_{i} = atomic mass of element i
cof_{Z} = coeffient of substance Z in a balanced equation