# Concentration - Molar Converter

Molarity conversion, also known as molarity, is a metric used to express the concentration of a substance in solution. It represents the amount of substance dissolved in a solvent per unit volume of solution.

## Popular Unit Conversions Concentration Molar

The most used and popular units of concentration molar conversions are presented for quick and free access.

Molar concentration is applied in lots of scientific disciplines, particularly chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology. It is a quantitative measure of how many moles of solvent are present in an exact amount of solution.

These measurements are important to capture chemical reactions, manipulate them, determine reaction rates, calculate stoichiometry, and design experiments

The use of molecular mass calculators is invaluable to scientists and researchers. It helps to determine the exact amount of substances needed for chemical reactions, prepare solutions of appropriate molarity, and compare amounts of different solutions By this molar ratio is an important tool in scientific research, and enabling precise control and comparability across a wide range of experimental conditions.

Molar converter formula:

• Molar concentration (M) = mole of dissolved substance / volume of solution.

Here is an example:

What is the molar concentration of a solution containing 0.5 mole of sodium chloride (NaCl) dissolved in 2 L of water?

Determine the given quantities;

• Mole of dissolved substance (NaCl) = 0.5 mole;
• Volume of Solution (water) = 2 L.

Substitute the values in the formula and calculate.

• Molar Concentration (M) = 0.5 mole / 2 L;
• Molar concentration (M) = 0.25 M.

Here are the steps to use:

• Enter the Molar Concentration value in the input field you want to convert.

• Molar concentration converter should automatically calculate the value in the selected unit.

### Can Converter convert molar concentrations between different volume units?

Yes, the molar concentration converter is capable of converting molar concentrations between different volume units. You can enter a molar concentration in mol/dm³ and select mol/l as the desired conversion unit.