What does the molarity of a solution indicate?

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Jun 26, 2016

Answer:

#"Molarity"# #=# #"Moles of solute"/"Volume of Solution"#

Explanation:

Or #C("concentration")=n/V#, where #n# is the amount of substance in moles, and #V# is the volume of the solution.

The units of concentration are simply #mol*L^-1#. And thus #"volume "xx" concentration"# #=# #n#, i.e. moles of solute. Doing calculations myself, I still use the relationship #C=n/V# habitually to do stoichiometry problems.