Osmolarity and osmolality are different ways of representing the concentration of a solute in a solution. Defining individually, osmolarity denotes the number of solute particles in one liter of the solvent, just like the molar concentrations. On the other hand, osmolality refers to an amount of solute particles as per one kilogram of the solvent i.e., the number of particles/weight of the solvent. Let us now try to tackle and understand some major differences between…