## How do you convert molality to molarity?

- Problem: Find the molarity of 21.4 m HF. This aqueous solution has a density of 1.101 g/mL.
- Make an assumption. Assume you have 1 kg of solvent (water).
- Find the total mass of HF (solute).
- Calculate the total grams of the solution.
- Calculate the volume (Liters) of solution.
- Calculate the molarity.

**How do you convert molality to concentration?**

A final way to express the concentration of a solution is by its molality. The molality ( m ) of a solution is the moles of solute divided by the kilograms of solvent. A solution that contains 1.0 mol of NaCl dissolved into 1.0 kg of water is a “one-molal” solution of sodium chloride.

### How do you calculate molality?

Write the equation for calculating molality: molality = moles(solute) ÷ mass(solvent in kg) Identify the solute and solvent that make up the solution: solute = NaCl . solvent = water. Calculate moles of solute: moles = mass ÷ molar mass mass = 5.0 g (given in question)

**How do you calculate the molarity of a solution?**

Molarity can be defined as the number of moles of a substance (known as the solute) that is dissolved in precisely 1 liter of a solution (solvent and solute combined). The formula for calculating molarity is therefore as follows: M = mole solute / L solution.

#### How do you calculate mole?

The mole represents a quantity of substance, but relates to the number of atoms or molecules rather than mass or volume. Specifically, 1 mole represents 6.022 x 10^23 atoms or molecules of substance. You calculate the number of moles by dividing the mass of substance by the substance’s atomic or molecular weight.

**How to calculate molarity example?**

Calculating Molarity Example Problem Determine Moles of Solute The first step in calculating molarity is to determine the number of moles in four grams of solute (sucrose) by finding the atomic mass Determine the Volume of Solution in Liters In the end, you need the volume of both the solution and the solvent, not one or the other. Determine the Molarity of the Solution