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Q: What is the formula of molarity?

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Molarity = moles/ litre

# of moles of solute Molarity = -------------------------- 1 Liter of solution

Molarity = Grams/(Molecular Weight X Volume)

There are several formulae involving molarity, depending on what you are measuring. However the simplest is; If you have x moles of solute in y ml of solution, Molarity = 1000 x/y

Normality is the number of equivalents (how many H+ ions) times molarity of the substance. The molarity of a substance is the number of moles of a solute per liters of solution.

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Molarity = moles/ litre

# of moles of solute Molarity = -------------------------- 1 Liter of solution

Molarity = Grams/(Molecular Weight X Volume)

Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution

(moles of solute) / (kg of solvent) different from Molarity with a capital 'M'.

it is M=g/L where m=molarity, g= grams, and l= liters.

nomality =molarity*valancy factor

There are several formulae involving molarity, depending on what you are measuring. However the simplest is; If you have x moles of solute in y ml of solution, Molarity = 1000 x/y

This is the ratio concentration of a solute/molar mass of the solute.

A mol of hydronium ions has 19,02322 grams.

Osmolarity = Molarity x i i = number of particles produced when one formula unit of solute dissolves

molarity (M) is the concentration of moles (n) of a solute per liters (v) of solution M=n/v

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