use the equation: MaVa = MbVb Where M is Molarity and V is volume
You convert the mL to liters and use the equation: M=moles/L Using that you should be able to get the molarity....
M, which stands for molarity, is calculated by the equation: M=moles/Liters
Molarity is a measure of the concentration of solute in a solution. It therefore requires moles of solute and liters of solution. The equation is: (moles of solute)/(liters of solution) = Molarity. Some common mistakes are: #forgetting to convert mass or weight into moles #forgetting to convert mass to liters #using milliliters instead of litres
Plot the solution of the equation for various variables in the equation
In the equation for molarity which is M=n/V where M is the molarity, the n is # of moles of solute and V is the measure of solution in Liters(L). Therefore for this question the answer is 2M
there are 2 steps in the equation
That is the definition of molarity.
The equation is the definition of the line.If the line is undefined, then it has no equation.
Use the molarity equation, M = mol / L. 0.5 mol / 0.05 L = 10M
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