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    Molarity of a Solution using Moles and Millimoles

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    A solution is prepared by dissolving 1.26 g AgNO3 in a 250- ml volumetric flask and diluting to volume. Calculate the molarity of the silver nitrate solution. How many millimoles of AgNO3 were dissolved?

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    moles = (moles/liter) x liters
    = molarity x liters
    The liter is an impractical unit for the relatively small ...

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    The molarity of a solution using moles and millimoles are found. A silver nitrate solution is given.