# Chem

How many millimoles of glucose are in 500 ml of a 1 M solution?

I got 0.0005 millimoles, is this correct?

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1. half a mole in half a liter
0.5 mol * 1000 millimols/mol= 500millimols

I think a millimol is a thousandth of a mol

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posted by Damon
2. thxs

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posted by leapordclaw

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