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# Need help with conversion of units watch

1. Convert 2.7 x 10^6 dm^3/mol into m^3/mmol

I'm stuck on this question and i really need to understand how to work it out. The mol to mmol really confuses me, I know how to convert dm^3 to m^3 though..
2. (Original post by mmVanilla)
Convert 2.7 x 10^6 dm^3/mol into m^3/mmol

I'm stuck on this question and i really need to understand how to work it out. The mol to mmol really confuses me, I know how to convert dm^3 to m^3 though..
To convert from dm3 to m3, multiply by 10-3.
To convert from mol to mmol, multiply by 103.

So the full conversion is to multiply by 10-6​.

What do these quantities represent?
3. (Original post by morgan8002)
To convert from dm3 to m3, multiply by 10-3.
To convert from mol to mmol, multiply by 103.

So the full conversion is to multiply by 10-6​.

What do these quantities represent?
I don't really know what quantities they represent, its just in one of my practice question paper
4. (Original post by mmVanilla)
I don't really know what quantities they represent, its just in one of my practice question paper
So are you ok with the conversions.

I was just curious. That value is too large for any normal state of matter. The value for an ideal gas is 24dm^3mol^-1.
5. (Original post by morgan8002)
So are you ok with the conversions.

I was just curious. That value is too large for any normal state of matter. The value for an ideal gas is 24dm^3mol^-1.
Yeah I pretty much understand how to do it now, thanks!!

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