# Chemistry - How to convert g/L to mol/L

Yes. $$n = \frac{m}{M}~~~~~~~~~~n = cV$$ So $$c = \frac{m}{VM}$$

Given $\frac{m}{V}$ you can work out $c$ (in $\mathrm{mol~dm^{-3}}$).

Yes. $$n = \frac{m}{M}~~~~~~~~~~n = cV$$ So $$c = \frac{m}{VM}$$

Given $\frac{m}{V}$ you can work out $c$ (in $\mathrm{mol~dm^{-3}}$).