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The ml to moles calculator converts the molar concentration/Molarity and volume into the number of moles of the substance.Â

It is necessary to find the number of moles of a substance in the solution before conducting the chemical reaction. To convert ml to moles, it is essential to know the concentration of the substance in the volumes of the solution. The concentration of a substance is expressed in units per liter(mol/L) or simply molarity.

For converting ml to moles, you need to multiply the volume(L) by the molarity.

Our ml to moles calculator can also find the molarity of the substance you need to add to your solution to obtain a desired molar concentration.

**n = CV**

**Where:-**

n = Moles

C= Concentration / Molarity (mol/L)

V= Volume of Solution (L)

You can also describe the convert ml to moles formula as:

Â moles = concentration x volume (in liters)

Consider there is a solution of a molar concentration of 0.1 mol/L and a volume of 500 ml. Then convert ml to mol of the substance.

**Given:**

Molarity of the substance =Â 0.1 mol/L

The volume of the substance = 500 ml

**Solution:**

Convert the ml to liter:

Volume of solution = 500 ml Ã· 1000 ml/L = 0.5 L

Then convert ml to moles by the given formula:

moles = Molarity (mol/L) x volume (in liters)

moles = 0.1 mol/L x 0.5 L

moles = 0.05 moles

The solution of the substance contains 0.05 moles of the substance. The specifically designed convert to moles calculator can identify the number of moles of the substance in its solution. You only need to enter the molarity and volume in the tool for the ml to mol conversion.

You may find it difficult how to go from ml to moles from one unit of like 1 mol/l to mol/ml or to the mol/mÂ³. The ml to moles calculator makes it simple to calculate the number of moles in solution from one unit to another. The common conversion of the majority is given below in the table below:

# | mol/l | mol/ml | mol/mÂ³ | mmol/l | mmol/ml | Âµmol/l | nmol/l | pmol/l |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

1 mol/l = | 1 |
0.001 | 1000 | 1000 | 1 |
1.0e+6 | 1.0e+9 | 1.0e+12 |

1 mol/ml = | 1000 | 1 |
1.0e+6 | 1.0e+6 | 1000 | 1.0e+9 | 1.0e+12 | 1.0e+15 |

1 mol/mÂ³ = | 0.001 | 1.0e-6 | 1 |
1 |
0.001 | 1000 | 1.0e+6 | 1.0e+9 |

1 mmol/l = | 0.001 | 1.0e-6 | 1 |
1 |
0.001 | 1000 | 1.0e+6 | 1.0e+9 |

1 mmol/ml = | 1 |
0.001 | 1000 | 1000 | 1 |
1.0e+6 | 1.0e+9 | 1.0e+12 |

1 Âµmol/l = | 1.0e-6 | 1.0e-9 | 0.001 | 0.001 | 1.0e-6 | 1 |
1000 | 1.0e+6 |

1 nmol/l = | 1.0e-9 | 1.0e-12 | 1.0e-6 | 1.0e-6 | 1.0e-9 | 0.001 | 1 |
1000 |

1 pmol/l = | 1.0e-12 | 1.0e-15 | 1.0e-9 | 1.0e-9 | 1.0e-12 | 1.0e-6 | 0.001 | 1 |

You can use the various units of the molarity like the mol/lit, mmol/lit, and Âµmol/lit when converting ml to moles by the ml to mol calculator.

The ml to mole conversion can be done by the ml to moles converter through the following steps:

**Input:**

- Enter the volume and molarityÂ
- Tab the calculate

**Output:**

- The number of molesÂ

From the source Wikipedia: Molar concentration, ml to mole

From the source of Socratic.org: Moles from the volume, Example