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molatity 1Molarity, abbreviated as M, is a measure of the concentration of a solute in a solution.  Molarity is a basic concept in chemistry and is used extensively in various calculations, including dilutions, stoichiometry, and determining reaction rates.  It provides a convenient way to express the concentration of a solution in a quantitative manner.


Molarity formula

\( M = n\;/\;V  \) 
Symbol English Metric
\( M \) = molarity  \(mol\;/\;gal\)  \(mol\;/\;L\)  
\( n \) = number of moles of solution \(dimensionless\)
\( V \) = volume of solution \(gal\)   \(L\)  


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