# I need to calculate the Molarity of the solution. I am attaching what I thought I needed to do but the homework is saying I am incorrect. Please help me out, I have a test on Wednesday! If you can also provide another example, much appreciated. 37.6 mgNaCl in 131.8 mL of solution37.6 mg = 0.0376 g0.0376 g / 58.443 g * 1 mole = 0.0006 moles131.8 mL = .1318 L0.006 moles / .1318 L = 0.00455 m/L = NOT CORRECT

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I need to calculate the Molarity of the solution. I am attaching what I thought I needed to do but the homework is saying I am incorrect. Please help me out, I have a test on Wednesday! If you can also provide another example, much appreciated.

37.6 mgNaCl in 131.8 mL of solution

37.6 mg = 0.0376 g

0.0376 g / 58.443 g * 1 mole = 0.0006 moles

131.8 mL = .1318 L

0.006 moles / .1318 L = 0.00455 m/L = NOT CORRECT

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Molarity = number of mols of solute ...

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