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Giovanni Anguiano-Gutierrez 3L
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When finding molarity given the molar amount of solute volume of the solution, do I use the molar amount of solute as the numerator or denominator?
Katherine Wu 1H
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molarity=moles of solute/volume of solution
the moles of solute would be the numerator, volume would be denominator
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The molarity is given by amount of solute molecules (moles) divided by the volume of the solution (liters), the molar amount of solute would therefore be the numerator.
Yailin Romo 4G
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When finding molarity, you would use the molar amount of solute as the numerator because the volume of the solution is the denominator in that equation.
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