Molarity Calculator

Created by Gabriela Diaz
Last updated: Jun 29, 2022
The molar concentration or number of molecules per unit volume (choose as desired from the menu) is calculated from the mass concentration by use of the molecular weight and object density.
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Molar mass
g/mol
Concentration
g/mL
Molarity
M
Mass of substance
g
Volume of solution
liters
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