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GCSE Chemistry- what is the equation to work out moles when you are given the volume and the concentration. Is it moles = volume x concentration?

Yes! But make sure you're working in the correct units. You should convert to the correct units before you start manipulating the equation. Amount in moles (mol) = concentration (mol/dm^3) X volume (dm^3).

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