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I have the mol% of the components but I don't know how to calculate the molar ratio of them.
Let's say the Components are A=8mol%, B=6mol%, and C= 12mol%, how do I work out the molar ratio of A+B : C?
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Hi, do you mean how to convert % into molar ratios? If so, then % must add to 100, assume you have 100g of the substance. Then simply divide by Ar for each element, this will give you the formula of the compound, the formula represents the molar ratio of the components.
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Hi, do you mean how to convert % into molar ratios? If so, then % must add to 100, assume you have 100g of the substance. Then simply divide by Ar for each element, this will give you the formula of the compound, the formula represents the molar ratio of the components.
I am a little bit confused, can you give me an example? Let's say mixture A has the components Benzene (8mol%) and Toluene (6mol%), this mixture reacts with Solution B (12 mol%). How do I write the molar ratio of mixture A : Solution B?
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