Hello! In my chemistry lab we did an experiment where the purpose was to find the estimated concentration of sugar in unknown solutions. We used 10 mL of each solution, and I determined the mass of the solution of each unknown. From there I calculated the density (mass over volume). Using that I figured out an estimated concentration using a calibration curve. Now I need to find out the estimated molarity. I am confused about the relationship between concentration and molarity. How do I figure out the molarity of the unknown substances? I know 1 mol of sugar = 180.16 g, but I do not know where to go from there. Are molarity and concentration the same thing???(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Could someone clue me in on how to determine the molarity? I would be so grateful, thank you!

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# Relationship between molarity & concentration?

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