How Do You Find Molarity?


Chemistry was a struggle for me in school but I looked at it as a challenge and was successful. In order to find molarity read the problem and what they are asking for very carefully. The basic formula for molarity is, Molarity equals number of moles of solute divided by amount of solution. This is adjusted dependent on the question and solution they are looking for. You can find more information here:
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Molarity is defined as moles per Liter. In order to calculate molarity you must first convert the grams to moles. You must then convert the volume of the entire solution to Liters
1. Find the mass of the solute and solvents you will be using in your experiment. As an example; assume you have 50 grams (g) of the substance sodium chloride (NaCl, or common salt)
M (molarity) = moles of solute/ liters of solution.
Molality is often used as the concentration unit involved in calculations
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