## Units for concentration

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### Units for concentration

Is it equivalent to write mol.L^-1 and M given that molarity is the moles of solute per liter?

Tyra Nguyen 4H
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### Re: Units for concentration

yes

Kate Chow 4H
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### Re: Units for concentration

Yes. Molarity is equal to mol/L, so mol.L^-1 is also the same.

Sophie Roberts 1E
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### Re: Units for concentration

Yes it is equivalent... it is just suggested to use mol/L when doing calculations so you are more aware of what units are being used and canceled and which remain.

JacobHershenhouse3G
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### Re: Units for concentration

Yes! These units are equivalent, no stoichiometry needed! Molarity is more often used because it's quicker to write M compared to writing out mol*L^-1 every time. Hope this helps!

Anmol_cheema_2F
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### Re: Units for concentration

Yes, both of these are equal to one another.

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