What is the molarity of a solution that has .93 moles of #NaOH# in 1.5 liters of solution?

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Apr 22, 2016

Answer:

The molarity of the solution is #"0.62 mol/L"#.

Explanation:

The equation relating moles and volume is #"M"="n"/"V"#, where #"M"# is molarity, #"n"# is moles, and #"V"# is volume in liters.

Given values are #"0.93 mol NaOH"#, and #"1.5 L solution"#.

Substitute the given values into the equation.

#"M"=(0.93"mol NaOH")/(1.5"L solution")="0.62 mol/L"#