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Date: 2000


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What is the molarity of Pure Water?


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The molecular mass of water is 18.0153 g/mol, and the density of water is 997.07 g/L at 25 C. That makes (997.07 g/L)(mol/(18.0153 g)) = 55.346 mol/L

Richard E. Barrans Jr., Ph.D.
Assistant Director
PG Research Foundation, Darien, Illinois



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