• anonymous
Chem review final... what exactly are the formulas and what not that I use to solve this?...I struggle with this Calculate molarity of a solution Define percent by volume and percent by mass solutions
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  • anonymous
@bootenc are you good at chemistry??...
  • anonymous
Well molarity of a solution is just mol/L. Calculate the total moles of your substance and divide it by the total volume of solution it is dissolved in. It's basically a concentration calculation. %v/v solutions is generally written in the form as x % and it refers to mL of substance decided by 100mL * 100 %m/v solutions are the same as above except its 1g of substance instead of 1mL.

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