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Molar concentration (Cm) | => | |

Percentage concentration (Cp) | <= | |

Molar mass (M) | <= | |

Density (d) | <= |

# Units normalization#

Percentage concentration (Cp) | Show source$98\ \left[\mathrlap{\it{/}}{^0}_{\,0}\right]$ | |

Density (d) | Show source$1840\ \left[\frac{g}{dm^3}\right]$ | |

Molar mass (M) | Show source$98.079\ \left[\frac{g}{mol}\right]$ |

# Result: Molar concentration (Cm)#

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Used formula | Show source$Cm=\frac{ Cp\cdot d}{ M\cdot100}$ | ||||||||||||||||

Result | Show source$18.3848$ | ||||||||||||||||

Numerical result | Show source$18.3848\ \left[\frac{mol}{dm^3}\right]$ | ||||||||||||||||

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Show source$18.3848\ \left[\frac{mol}{dm^3}\right]$ |

# Some facts#

**Concentration**determines the**amount of substance in the mixture**. The mixture is often a solution.- The
**molar concentration**is the amount of**moles of substance**per**volume unit**of the solution.

$C_m = \dfrac{n}{V}$where:

**$C_m$**- molar concentration of solution,

**$n$**- amount of moles of substance,

**$V$**- volume of solution.

- The basic unit of molar concentration is
**mole per cubic decimeter**:

$\dfrac{mol}{dm^3}$ - The
**percent concentration**(weight-based) is the amount of**grams of substance**per**100 grams of the solution**expressed as a percentage.

$C_p = \dfrac{m_s}{m_r} \times 100\%$where:

**$C_p$**- percentage concentration (weight),

**$m_s$**- mass of substance,

**$m_r$**- mass of solution.

- To convert
**percentage to molar**concentration, we can use the following formula:

$C_m = \dfrac{C_p \times d}{M \times 100}$where:

**$C_m$**- molar concentration,

**$C_p$**- percentage concentration,

**$d$**- density of solution,

**$M$**- molar mass of substance.

- To convert
**molar to percentage**concentration, we can use the following formula:

$C_p = \dfrac{C_m \times M \times 100}{d}$where:

**$C_p$**- percentage concentration,

**$C_m$**- molar concentration,

**$d$**- density of solution,

**$M$**- molar mass of substance.

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