# simple chemistry question

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density is mass per volume and concentration is moles per volume. So either multiply or divide by Mr.
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#3
density = m/V

solving for m you can solve for the number of moles using molar mass, which can then be used to solve for concentration (moles/V)
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#4
(Original post by Knortfoxx)
density is weight per volume and concentration is moles per volume. So either multiply or divide by Mr.
so you multiply or divide the whole value? thank you
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(Original post by Anonymous66666)
density = m/V

solving for m you can solve for the number of moles using molar mass, which can then be used to solve for concentration (moles/V)
thank you!
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2 years ago
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(Original post by ?Hannah?)
thank you!
You're welcome
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2 years ago
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(Original post by ?Hannah?)
You can't.

Conc. refers to a mixture, i.e. how much solute is dissolved into a solvent.

Density usually refers to a pure substance, but if you used it to refer to an average density of a mixture, then you're in the world of physics and in which case, God bless you, Sir.
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