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16 May, 05:32

To calculate the molarity of a solution it is necessary to know

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  1. 16 May, 06:32
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    To calculate the molarity of a solution it is necessary to know

    - Moles of solute, or mass

    - Volume of solution

    Explanation:

    Molarity means moles of solute, in 1L of solution.

    If you firstly know the mass of solute, you can turn into moles like this:

    Mass of solute / Molar mass of solute = Moles

    Also, you should know the volume.

    If those moles are in a certain volume, in 1L (or 1000 mL), how many moles, do you have. You should make a rule of three.

    Molarity = moles / L

    mmoles / mL
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