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My questionMy question was put on hold because "homework-like".

I would like some clarification on this please. I am not asking anybody to do a conversion of me, I am asking whether the conversion mol/mm3 <-> mol/L is always the same and independent of other features such as temperature, pressure, etc. Can somebody please explain why this is not appropriate?

My question was put on hold because "homework-like".

I would like some clarification on this please. I am not asking anybody to do a conversion of me, I am asking whether the conversion mol/mm3 <-> mol/L is always the same and independent of other features such as temperature, pressure, etc. Can somebody please explain why this is not appropriate?

My question was put on hold because "homework-like".

I would like some clarification on this please. I am not asking anybody to do a conversion of me, I am asking whether the conversion mol/mm3 <-> mol/L is always the same and independent of other features such as temperature, pressure, etc. Can somebody please explain why this is not appropriate?

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My question was put on hold

My question was put on hold because "homework-like".

I would like some clarification on this please. I am not asking anybody to do a conversion of me, I am asking whether the conversion mol/mm3 <-> mol/L is always the same and independent of other features such as temperature, pressure, etc. Can somebody please explain why this is not appropriate?