How many millimolar in 1 molar?
The answer is 1,000 millimolar. This is because ‘milli-‘ represents one thousandth, hence there are 1,000 millimolars in one molar concentration.
Measurement Units: Molar and Millimolar
- Molar (M) is the unit of concentration that is commonly used in chemistry, signifying a mole per liter (mol/L).
- Millimolar (mM) represents one thousandth of a molar, or 0.001 M (10^-3 M).
In terms of the SI derived unit for molarity (mole per cubic meter):
1 mole/cubic meter corresponds to:
- 0.001 molar (M), or
- 1 millimolar (mM)
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Simply enter your concentration in molar to obtain the equivalent millimolar value.
Quick Conversion Chart of Molar to Millimolar
|Molar (M)||Millimolar (mM)|
|0.001 M||1 mM|
|0.01 M||10 mM|
|0.1 M||100 mM|
|0.5 M||500 mM|
|1 M||1,000 mM|
|10 M||10,000 mM|
|100 M||100,000 mM|
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