# Mixing Ratio Calculator

Calculate the perfect mixing ratios for your liquid solutions. A great tool for chemists and cocktail enthusiasts alike.

Substance 1:
Substance 2:

Total amount: 0 = 100%
Substance Amount Percentage (%)
1st Substance
2nd Substance

A Mixing Ratio Calculator serves as a valuable tool for precisely determining the proportions of various components within a mixture. This versatile tool finds applications ranging from crafting the perfect beverage to calculating air moisture content and analyzing scientific chemical combinations.

It functions as a translator, converting different expressions of proportions. Whether you input weight, volume, or percentage of each component, the calculator standardizes it into a mixing ratio, often denoted as grams of component per kilogram of dry mixture.

## Determining Mixing Ratio

Direct Measurement: Involves using instruments to measure each component's quantity, like weighing dry ingredients or utilizing a hygrometer to measure water vapor content.

Indirect Calculation: Utilizes known relationships between components and their properties. For instance, air mixing ratios can be calculated based on temperature, pressure, and relative humidity.

## Mixing Ratio Equation

The fundamental equation for calculating mixing ratio (w) is:
$\omega =\frac{{m}_{c}}{\left({m}_{d}+{m}_{c}\right)}$

Where:

This equation provides the mass of the component per kilogram of the dry mixture. It can be rearranged to solve for any variable based on available information.

### Calculation Examples

Here are practical examples illustrating the utility of a mixing ratio calculator:

Cocktail Proportions: Crafting a drink with 2 parts vodka, 1 part lime juice, and 3 parts simple syrup. The calculator determines total volume and individual ingredient volumes.

Air Moisture Analysis: Studying air humidity by inputting temperature and relative humidity, yielding the mixing ratio in g/kg.

Fertilizer Mix Formulation: Creating a fertilizer blend with 20% nitrogen, 10% phosphorus, and 70% potassium. The calculator assists in determining component weights for the desired mix.