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Molarity is an indication for concentration.

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The concentration in moles of a substance in the solution


Molarity solution is not a term that I have ever heard used. Molarity is always a term used to describe a concentration of solute in a solvent, i.e. of a solution. The closest I've heard to molarity solution is when people ask "what is the solution's molarity".


Molarity of a solution is equal to mol/L.


If you raise a solution temperature the molarity will decrease.


Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution Molarity = 5 moles solute/4.5 Liters of solution = 1 M solution ==========


Molarity of a solution depends upon volume of solution, the change in temperature changes the volume so molarity changes.


why molarity is preferred over molarity in expressing the concentration of a solution


Molarity= (number of moles of solute)/(volume of solution in dm3)



If you concentrate a solution, the molarity (moles/liter) will increase.


Sugar does not have measurable molarity. Molarity is used to determine the concentration of a solute in a solution. For example, you could measure the molarity of sugar in a sugar-water solution.



Adding more solvent to a solution decreases the molarity of the solution. This is based on the principle that initial volume times initial molarity must be equivalent to final volume times final molarity.







MOLARITY = mole of solute / L solution




Molarity is a measurement of concentration. The molarity of a solution tells a chemist how much of an element or compound is dissolved in a certain amount of the solution.


Molarity is an expression of concentration observed by dividing the moles of solute by the liter of total solution. The molarity of a solution is express in units of moles of solute / L of solution. This is often shown as a capital M, as in a 0.10 M solution.


molarity of 5% NaCl solution would be 1.25M.




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