# Normality Calculator

The normality calculator helps you calculate the solute equivalents in one liter of solution.

Enter the mass of the solute, the Equivalent weight of the solute, and the volume of the solution to calculate the morality.

You can also change the mass of the solute unit from grams to milligrams and micrograms.

The calculator also allows you to switch the volume of solution units from liters to milliliters and microliters.

In case you don’t know, normality is the amount of solute in one liter of a solution, measured in grams or moles. Equivalent mean that they have the same number of moles of reactive units.

N = Mn

N is normality, M is molarity, and n is the number of equivalents.

You might be interested in determining the molality or Molarity calculation.

**References**

- Molarity and Normality. (n.d.). Web State University. Retrieved July 10, 2023, from https://faculty.weber.edu/ewalker/chem2990/chem%202990%20readings%20-%20molarity%20and%20normality.pdf
- Bruice, P. Y. (2007). Organic chemistry (Vol. 5). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.