How many nanomolars in 1 molar?
The answer is 1,000,000,000 nanomolars. The conversion is based on the fact that the prefix ‘nano-‘ signifies one billionth (10^-9), while the molar (M) unit is the base unit for molarity in the SI system, without a prefix.
Measurement Units: Molar and Nanomolar
- Molar (M) is the unit of concentration used in chemistry to denote a 1 mole per liter concentration (mol/L).
- Nanomolar (nM) is a unit that denotes a concentration of one billionth of a mole per liter (10^-9 mol/L).
To put it in perspective with the SI derived unit for molarity (mole per cubic meter):
1 mole/cubic meter is equal to:
- 1,000,000,000 nanomolar (nM), or
- 1 molar (M)
While we strive for precision, please note that rounding errors can occasionally occur. Therefore, double-checking your results is recommended for critical calculations.
Enter the value in molar to get the corresponding value in nanomolar.
Quick Conversion Chart of Molar to Nanomolar
|Molar (M)||Nanomolar (nM)|
|1 M||1,000,000,000 nM|
|0.1 M||100,000,000 nM|
|0.01 M||10,000,000 nM|
|0.001 M||1,000,000 nM|
|0.0001 M||100,000 nM|
|0.00001 M||10,000 nM|
|0.000001 M||1,000 nM|
This chart serves as a rapid reference guide for converting molar to nanomolar units. For precise conversions or those involving non-standard molar concentrations, utilize our conversion tool to ensure accuracy.
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