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## Percentage solutionIn biology ## Additional recommended knowledgeThe molarity of a percentage solution (w/v) can be calculated using the molar mass of the solute used. For example, sucrose (table sugar) has a molar mass of a 342.34 g/mol. A 1% sucrose solution (100ml, w/v), therefore, is 0.029 molar, or 29 mM.
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