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What is the unit “mls”? The question reads “How many of grams of sodium hydroxide in 33.3mls of a 2M solution?”. Please don’t tell me the answer to chemistry question. Just what the units ‘mls’ mean.

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What is the unit “mls”? The question reads “How many of grams of sodium hydroxide in 33.3mls of a 2M solution?”. Please don’t tell me the answer to chemistry question. Just what the units ‘mls’ mean.

Well it’s either millilitres or megalitres and it is not megalitres. Were it me answering the question, I would assume it meant ‘ml’. After all, it is literally the main unit used in terms of the quantity of a liquid/volume.
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Well it’s either millilitres or megalitres and it is not megalitres. Were it me answering the question, I would assume it meant ‘ml’. After all, it is literally the main unit used in terms of the quantity of a liquid/volume.
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Ok, thank you
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