Is the molarity of a solution that contains 6 moles of solute in 2 liters of solution 12 M????

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  1. Okay. I'll try to help.
    Molarity is concentration of a solution expressed as the following:

    #moles solute (or dissolved stuff)/1 L solution

    So a 1M solution would be a solution where in 1 liter, there is one mole of solute.

    But no. The molarity of a solution with 6 moles of solute in 2 liters is:

    6 moles/2 L=3M.
    But I think you accidentally multiplied instead of dividing. I hope this helps.

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