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# converting M/litre to mM/min Watch

1. 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!
2. 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
3. (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
I am converting Difference in absorbance/min -------> Absorbance units/min
4. (Original post by Gabe9999)
I am converting Difference in absorbance/min -------> Absorbance units/min
Absorbance doesn't have units...
5. (Original post by EierVonSatan)
Absorbance doesn't have units...
ok then what would A.U stand for??
6. (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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