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    Molarity of water

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    Calculate the molarity of one litre of water.

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    What is the Molarity of one litre of water?

    First let us assume that it is pure water and that the only chemicals present are hydrogen and oxygen. We need to find the moles and litres of water to calculate the Molarity. Simple enough, right? In fact, since concentration is constant for a given solution, no matter how much of ...

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