Calculate the osmotic pressure of a solution quickly and accurately with this easy-to-use tool.

## Osmotic Pressure Calculator

This calculator allows you to find the osmotic pressure of a solution using the formula:

**Osmotic Pressure (π) = Molarity (M) × Gas Constant (R) × Temperature (T)**

Simply input the mass of the solute, its molar mass, the volume of the solution, and the temperature in Kelvin to calculate the osmotic pressure in atmospheres.

### How to Use:

- Enter the
**mass of the solute**in grams. - Enter the
**molar mass of the solute**in g/mol. - Enter the
**volume of the solution**in liters. - Enter the
**temperature**in Kelvin. - Click the “Calculate” button to get the result.

### Calculation Details:

The osmotic pressure is calculated using the formula:

**π = M × R × T**

Where:

**π**is the osmotic pressure in atm.**M**is the molarity of the solution in mol/L, which is calculated by dividing the mass of the solute by its molar mass and then dividing by the volume of the solution.**R**is the universal gas constant (0.0821 atm·L/(mol·K)).**T**is the temperature in Kelvin.

### Limitations:

This calculator assumes ideal solution behavior and may not be accurate for solutions with very high concentrations or those that deviate significantly from ideal behaviors. It is also essential to ensure that all inputs are correctly and reasonably provided (e.g., temperatures must be above absolute zero, and solution volumes and masses must be positive).