# Molality Formula

Molality refers to the number of moles of solute per kg of solvent. It is abbreviated as mol/kg or m. The primary advantage of using molality to specify concentration is that unlike its volume, the mass of the solvent does not change with changes of temperature or pressure. Therefore, molality remains constant under changing environment conditions.

"Molality is defined as the number of moles of solute dissolved in 1kg (1000g) of solvent."

Molality Formula is given by

$Molality=\frac{number\quad of\quad moles\quad of\quad solute}{weight\quad of\quad solvent\quad in\quad kg}$

 Physics Formulas Math Formulas

More Chemistry formulas

 Charles law formula Chemical formula Empirical formula Molality formula Molarity formula Molecular formula Photosynthesis formula Radioactive decay formula Structural formula