Calculate the molarity of a solution that contains 0.060 moles of {eq}NaHCO_3 {/eq} in 1500 mL of solution.

## Question:

Calculate the molarity of a solution that contains 0.060 moles of {eq}NaHCO_3 {/eq} in 1500 mL of solution.

## Molarity:

The molarity of a solution is a concentration measure that is calculated by dividing the moles of the solute dissolved in the solution (such as sodium bicarbonate) by the volume of the solution (in units of liters). If the volume is not expressed in liters, it is important to first perform unit conversion to achieve the required volume unit for the molarity calculation.

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