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converting M/litre to mM/min

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    How do you convert moles per litre into millimolar per minute?

    I think the first step is to divide the number of moles by the volume, to give a concentration. How is that value then converted from "per litre" to "per minute"?

    Thank you!
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    You have a concentration and you need to covert that into concentration per time. How you would do that depends on exactly what you're doing :yes:
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    (Original post by EierVonSatan)
    You have a concentration and you need to covert that into concentration per time. How you would do that depends on exactly what you're doing :yes:
    I am converting Difference in absorbance/min -------> Absorbance units/min
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    (Original post by Gabe9999)
    I am converting Difference in absorbance/min -------> Absorbance units/min
    Absorbance doesn't have units...
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    (Original post by EierVonSatan)
    Absorbance doesn't have units...
    ok then what would A.U stand for??
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    (Original post by Gabe9999)
    ok then what would A.U stand for??
    Oh right, AU = Absorbance units which is just units for the sake of having them.

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