STP Calculator (Standard Temperature and Pressure)

Created by Łucja Zaborowska, MD, PhD candidate
Reviewed by Bogna Szyk and Jack Bowater
Last updated: Dec 06, 2021

Chemistry lessons? ⚗️ Our standard temperature and pressure calculator is a simple tool that can make your life easier! Here you can easily compute both the volume and the number of moles of a gas in standard conditions.

Read on to discover the theoretical basis for our calculations - find out what are the standard conditions of temperature and pressure and how to deal with different kinds of chemistry queries based on that subject.

What is standard temperature and pressure?

Standard temperature and pressure (STP), a.k.a. standard conditions, describe the environment of a chemical reaction.

Elements that define standard conditions:

  1. The standard temperature is equal to: 273.15 K = 0°C = 32°F 🌡️

    Easy to remember - the standard temperature is the freezing point for water!

  2. The standard pressure is equal to: 1 atm = 760 Torr = 760 mm Hg = 101.35 kPa

    Easy to remember - the standard pressure is equal to 1 atmosphere.

  3. 1 mol of ideal gas in these conditions has a volume of 22.4 Liters.

What are the STP conditions used for?

STP conditions are used to compare different sets of data in chemistry. If we describe every reaction like the one that takes place in standard conditions , we can easily see all the differences between them.

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How to use our standard temperature and pressure calculator?

Our standard temperature and pressure calculator requires four easy steps:

  1. Enter the volume of the gas.
  2. Enter the temperature at which the process is taking place.
  3. Enter the pressure of the gas.
  4. Your results are here! You will receive both the volume and the number of moles of your substance at standard conditions.

Remember, our calculators work both ways! Whatever it is you're trying to calculate, we're here for you. 😎

How to calculate in standard temperature and pressure?

Standard temperature and pressure (STP) calculations are not as hard as they seem - just follow our example below!

  1. We measured our substance at 350 Kelvins and 850 Torr. Its volume was equal to 5 liters.
  • Our volume [V] = 5 L;
  • Our temperature [T] = 350 K; and
  • Our pressure [P] = 850 Torr.
  1. First, let's calculate the volume of our substance in STP temperature and pressure conditions.

VSTP = V * (273.15/T) * (P/760)

This STP formula uses Kelvins, Torrs and Liters. Let's add our data:

VSTP = 5 * (273.15/350) * (850/760)

VSTP = 4.364 L

  1. Now, it's time to calculate the number of moles.

MolesSTP = VSTP/22.4

MolesSTP = 4.364/22.4

MolesSTP = 0.195

Formulas used in standard conditions for temperature and pressure

The standard conditions calculations are based on the ideal gas law formula.

PV = nRT

Other equations that might be useful in such situations are:

🎈 Do you already know the difference between an ideal and real gas?

Łucja Zaborowska, MD, PhD candidate
In standard conditions:
No. of moles
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