Moles and Molarity

Unit 7: Acids and Bases
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to use the molarity formula to calculate moles in a solution. Unknown amounts of moles, liters, or molarity can be calculated when the other two are known.

Big Idea: Molarity is a measurement of concentration expressed in moles per liters.

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