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how do I convert 0.058 M to mL?

Note: M is molarity(moles/Liter) also the molecular weight for the equation is 60 g/mol

Thank you. It has been a while so I forgot how to do this.

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  1. You don't. Molarity is, as you note, mols/liter. What is the exact question? The liters can be changed to mL by multiplying by 1000; i.e., mols/1000 mL but I doubt if that is the question.

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  2. I have to use molecular weight (60 g/mol) to convert 0.058 M (58nM) to mL. my instructor wrote (M to moles to grams to mL). The answer is 3.34mL I just need to know how to get there.

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  3. sorry, just realized i left the density out. The density is 1.049 g/mL. This should help. Thanks.

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