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in chemistry: see concentrationconcentration,
in chemistry, measure of the relative proportions of two or more quantities in a mixture. The concentration of a solute is very important in studying chemical reactions because it determines how often molecules collide in solution and thus indirectly determines
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Normality

 

in chemistry, the concentration of a solution expressed by the number of gram equivalents of solute per liter of solution. This method of expressing concentration is widely used in analytical chemistry. (SeeGRAM EQUIVALENT and .)

normality

[nȯr′mal·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
Measure of the number of gram-equivalent weights of a compound per liter of solution. Abbreviated N.
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