# General, Organic and Bio Chemistry

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I am working metric conversions with exponential notation and I keep missing it by one on the exponent. I am not sure what I am doing wrong.

• General, Organic and Bio Chemistry -

Give us a sample problem and show us how you solve it.

• General, Organic and Bio Chemistry -

IE: 1.32L Convert to ml, ul, nl using scientific notation. I keep missing it on the exponent by 1. I got 1.32 x 10e5 and 1.32 x 10e8 for uL and nL.

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