# Flow - Molar Converter

Simplify molar flow conversions. Easily convert between different molar flow units to streamline your calculations.

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## Flow - Molar Unit Converter

**Description:**

A flow - molar unit converter is a tool used to convert between different units of molar flow rate, which measures the amount of substance passing through a point per unit of time. Molar flow rate is crucial in chemistry, chemical engineering, and other fields where precise measurement and conversion of substance flow rates are necessary for analysis and process control.

**Units:**

- Mol/second [mol/s]
- Examol/second [Emol/s]
- Petamol/second [Pmol/s]
- Teramol/second [Tmol/s]
- Gigamol/second [Gmol/s]
- Megamol/second [Mmol/s]
- Kilomol/second [kmol/s]
- Hectomol/second [hmol/s]
- Dekamol/second [damol/s]
- Decimol/second [dmol/s]
- Centimol/second [cmol/s]
- Millimol/second [mmol/s]
- Micromol/second [µmol/s]
- Nanomol/second [nmol/s]
- Picomol/second [pmol/s]
- Femtomol/second [fmol/s]
- Attomol/second [amol/s]
- Mol/minute [mol/min]
- Mol/hour [mol/h]
- Mol/day [mol/d]
- Millimol/minute [mmol/min]
- Millimol/hour [mmol/h]
- Millimol/day [mmol/d]
- Kilomol/minute [kmol/min]
- Kilomol/hour [kmol/h]
- Kilomol/day [kmol/d]

**Formula:**

The molar flow rate ($\dot{n}$) can be calculated using the formula:

$\dot{n} = \frac{n}{t}$

Where:

- $\dot{n}$ = Molar flow rate (in the desired unit)
- $n$ = Amount of substance passing through a point (in moles or its submultiples)
- $t$ = Time period over which the substance is measured (in seconds, minutes, hours, days, etc.)

**How to Convert:**

To convert between different units of molar flow rate, follow these steps:

- Identify the unit you have and the unit you want to convert to.
- Determine the conversion factor between the two units. This factor may involve simple multiplication or division.
- Multiply or divide the molar flow rate value by the conversion factor to obtain the equivalent value in the desired unit.

**Examples:**

**Conversion from Mol/second to Kilomol/hour:**Conversion Factor: 1 kilomole = $10^3$ moles, 1 hour = 3600 seconds$1 \, \text{mol/s} = \frac{10^3 \times 3600}{1} \, \text{kmol/h}$**Conversion from Millimol/minute to Nanomol/second:**Conversion Factor: 1 millimole = $10^6$ nanomoles, 1 minute = 60 seconds$1 \, \text{mmol/min} = \frac{10^6}{60} \, \text{nmol/s}$**Conversion from Mol/day to Megamol/second:**Conversion Factor: 1 megamole = $10^6$ moles, 1 day = 86400 seconds$1 \, \text{mol/d} = \frac{10^{-6}}{86400} \, \text{Mmol/s}$

By following these steps, you can accurately convert between various units of molar flow rate, facilitating efficient analysis and communication in chemical processes and related applications.