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      coppcw08
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      I have a primer that is 18.2 nmoles. I need to convert nanomoles to microliters.

      I know the final answer is 182 microliters but that’s because I know a shortcut on how to figure it out. Anyone know the "official" calculation/formula?

      Thanks!

    • #113018
      JackBean
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      nmol is amount (of molecules), while microlitr is volume. There is no conversion. You need to tell us about the concentration.

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