How do I make a 6 M NaOH solution? (25 mL)

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How do I make a 6 M NaOH solution? (25 mL)

SI Base Units:

The SI system of units has 7 base units. All other units can be derived from those seven units. While liters is commonly used in the SI system, this is not one of those base units. Rather, the meter is, and volume is simply length cubed, and 1 cubic meter is equal to 1000 L.

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A 6M NaOH solution contains 6 moles of sodium hydroxide in every one liter of solution. In a solution that is a total volume of 25 mL (0.025 L), there...

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