The metal weight calculator will help to find the equivalent weight of a metal from a solution. Plugin all the given weight and the equivalent weight of the metal present in the solution. Suppose, A and B are the two metals present in the solution, then the equivalent weight of say metal A from a solution is calculated by,

$Equivalent \ weight \ of \ metal \ A$ = $\frac{Equivalent \ weight \ of \ metal \ B \ \times \ Weight \ of \ metal \ A}{Weight \ of \ metal \ B}$

$Equivalent \ weight \ of \ metal \ A$ = $\frac{Equivalent \ weight \ of \ metal \ B \ \times \ Weight \ of \ metal \ A}{Weight \ of \ metal \ B}$

**Step 1 :**Make a note of weights and equivalent weight of the metal from the problems.

**Step 2 :**From the formula given, get the result according to the problem.

$Equivalent \ weight \ of \ metal \ A$ = $\frac{Equivalent \ weight \ of \ metal \ B \ \times \ Weight \ of \ metal \ A}{Weight \ of \ metal \ B}$

Below are some of the problems on how to find the metal weight.

### Solved Examples

**Question 1:**9.0322 kg/dm$^3$ Na is dissolved with 6.241 kg/dm$^3$ of Cl to form NaCl solutiom. Calculate the equivalent weight of Na, if the equivalent weight of Cl is 24 kg/dm$^3$.

**Solution:**

Given :

Weight of Na = 9.0322 kg/dm$^3$,

Weight of Cl = 6.241 kg/dm$^3$,

Equivalent weight of Cl = 24 kg/dm$^3$,

Equivalent weight of Na = ?

Equivalent weight of Na = $\frac{Equivalent \ weight \ of \ Cl \ \times \ Weight \ of \ Na}{Weight \ of \ metal \ Cl}$

Equivalent weight of Na = $\frac{24 \ kg/dm^3 \ \times \ 9.032 \ kg/dm^3}{6.241 \ kg/dm^3}$

Equivalent weight of Na = $34.73 \ kg/dm^3$

**Question 2:**6.42 kg/dm$^3$ Br is dissolved with 4.02 kg/dm$^3$ of K to form Kbr solutiom. Calculate the equivalent weight of Br, if the equivalent weight of K is 17 kg/dm$^3$.

**Solution:**

Given :

Weight of Br = 6.42 kg/dm$^3$,

Weight of K = 4.02 kg/dm$^3$,

Equivalent weight of K = 17 kg/dm$^3$,

Equivalent weight of Br = ?

Equivalent weight of Br = $\frac{Equivalent \ weight \ of \ K \ \times \ Weight \ of \ Br}{Weight \ of \ metal \ K}$

Equivalent weight of Br = $\frac{17 \ kg/dm^3 \ \times \ 6.42 \ kg/dm^3}{4.02 \ kg/dm^3}$

Equivalent weight of Br = $27.14 \ kg/dm^3$