11. Introducing Molarity, volumes and the concentration of solutions
How do we define the concentration of a solution? How do we calculate concentration? What units do we use for concentration? What is molarity? How do we use moles to calculate the mass of a substance to make up a specific volume of a solution of specific concentration? All calculation methods are fully explained with fully worked out example questions.
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11. Molarity, volumes and the concentration of solutions
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