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What is a mol*L^-1? Could I use it in n=c*v directly?

Chemistry
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tried a google search. Didn't help much. This work isn't from my textbook.
Nothing in the textbook on the unit either.
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whereas I'm currently looking for moles.
it is avagadro's number right?
Not here.
Wait, If I do dimensional analysis, and I have the volume. would I be able to get the moles?
in that case use it as a unit
Not here, as in we didn't use it in this unit.
What's bugging me is the ^-1. Waht does that do? Also, what did yo umean by use at it as a unit?
such as 1 mile 5280 ft just call it 1 mile
you are not going to use how many feet
adress it by the unit itself
the mole is the entire unit of 1
cause I got a mass of 1grams of the item. Dunno If I can use c=N*v. Was recommended to me by teacher.
were you told to use it?
suggested by the teacher
We know that the mass is 1 grams. Oh wait a second...
I did not take chem but the conversion of the mols it is not needed yet
I just realized that too. Whoop.s This was a waste. Thanks anyways.
HURHURHUR.
but that leaves me at square one now

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