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Homework Help: chemistry-conversion

Posted by stew on Monday, March 3, 2008 at 9:46pm.

when converting micromoles to moles:
the way i do it is this way:

1 micromole X 1/10^-6 = 1X10^6 mole.

lately i have been seeing it done this way:

0.000001 and you just move the decimal point over to the right 6 place to get 1 mole.

these are different answers. which is correct?

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