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Micromolar solution:

Suppose 300 is mol wt of compound

then

300g in 1000 ml -- it becomes 1M

300,000 mg in 1000 ml ---it is also 1 Molar

1 mg=1000 microgram

hence

300,000,000 microgram in 1000 ml ----it is 1 molar

now

300,000 microgram in 1 ml ----it is 1 Molar

1 molar=1000 milimolar

hence

300,000 microgram in 1 ml -----1000 milimolar

300,000 ----------------------------- 1000,000 micromolar

0.3 microgram --in 1 ml it is 1 micromolar

simillarly convert the ml as you want

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