Petamolar (PM) a Molar Concentration Unit & Conversion Chart

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Q. What is a Petamolar ?

Answer: Petamolar is a molar concentration measurement unit. It is a SI-derived multiple of unit molar often expressed as 1015 molar.

Q. How much is 1 Petamolar concentration?

Answer: 1 Petamolar is equal to 1.00E+15 molar.

Symbol : PM

So as we know 1 petamolar = 1015 molar.

Example Conversion: 768 petamolar = 1.00E+15 x 768 molars.

Or we can say, 768 PM = 7.68E+17 M.

Convert petamolar to other molar concentration units

Petamolar Conversion Chart & Table

use this conversion chart and table to compare one petamolar with other molar concentration units.

1.0E+33 attomolar1.0E+17 centimolar
1.0E+14 decamolar1.0E+16 decimolar
0.001 examolar1.0E+30 femtomolar
1000000 gigamolar10000000000000 hectomolar
1.0E+15 molar1000000000000 kilomolar
1000000000 megamolar1.0E+21 micromolar
1.0E+18 millimolar1.0E+24 nanomolar
1 petamolar1.0E+27 picomolar
1000 teramolar1.0E+39 yoctomolar
1.0E-9 yottamolar1.0E+36 zeptomolar
1.0E-6 zettamolar

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