The concentration in moles per dm3 can be used to determine the number of moles present in any (other) volume of a solution, V cm3. As in, all mole calculations, starts by determining the amount in moles of the solution, for which it is the molar concentration and has measured the volume used.
A mixture is formed when various elements or compounds just mix together without any chemical reaction taking place. Unlike a compound, a mixture has a variable composition with its constituents showing their individual properties. When salt is added to a beaker of water, salt readily dissolves in water without any chemical reaction taking place. Here, salt is a compound with the elements sodium and chlorine and water is another compound comprising the elements hydrogen and oxygen. Thus, we can say that all matter can be divided into elements, compounds and mixtures
The balanced chemical equation leads to the mole ratio between the acid and the base which in turn leads to the amount in moles of the base. Finally molar concentration of the base is calculated from the known volume and the amount in moles. Molar Concentration Formula
is given by