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How do you calculate molarity of NaOH?

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    molarity = # mols/L.
    If you have grams, moles = grams/molar mass

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    molarity x liters = moles
    you would need to know how many moles or liters to use the above formula. How much NAOH are you being asked to find molarity for?

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