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whenever you're dealing with molarity, like others have said, you must use liters as your standard units. While oftentimes questions may be phrased with mL instead, always convert. Technically you can do this conversion once you've finished all your calculations, but I think its best to always convert first, just so you're able to reference your work and check to make sure your solution makes sense.
I've found that it depends on both the question and the units that were given in the question. Whether your answer is in liters or mL doesn't matter as long as it isn't specified in the question. I like to stick to liters, as the units for molarity are mol/L.
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