## ››Convert mole/cubic metre to kilomole/cubic metre

 mole/cubic meter kilomole/cubic metre

How many mole/cubic meter in 1 kilomole/cubic metre? The answer is 1000.
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The SI derived unit for amount-of-substance concentration is the mole/cubic meter.
1 mole/cubic meter is equal to 0.001 kilomole/cubic metre.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre

1 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 0.001 kilomole/cubic metre

10 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 0.01 kilomole/cubic metre

50 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 0.05 kilomole/cubic metre

100 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 0.1 kilomole/cubic metre

200 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 0.2 kilomole/cubic metre

500 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 0.5 kilomole/cubic metre

1000 mole/cubic meter to kilomole/cubic metre = 1 kilomole/cubic metre

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## ››Definition: Mole/cubic meter

Molarity or molar concentration denotes the number of moles of a given substance per cubic meter of solution.

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