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I know what molarity is, and I know what molality is, but I don’t know how to go from molality to molarity.

Answer:
Molar = mol/ Liters
molal = mol/ kg
density = kg/L

if mol = mol
M x L = m x kg
M = m x (kg/L)
M = m x density

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