converting units of NO3 (dissolved inorganic nitrogen)

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converting units of NO3 (dissolved inorganic nitrogen)

Postby cwade88 » Wed Aug 17, 2005 7:48 pm

Hey,

Does anyone know the formula(s) for converting units of NO3 from uM to mg/L??? if so please reply back ASAP (by Friday would be great)!!!

Thanks!

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Re: converting units of NO3 (dissolved inorganic nitrogen)

Postby Guest » Wed Aug 17, 2005 11:19 pm

cwade88 wrote:Hey,

Does anyone know the formula(s) for converting units of NO3 from uM to mg/L??? if so please reply back ASAP (by Friday would be great)!!!

Thanks!

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*uM is umol/L.
*So you have to know the molar mass of NO3. Using integer atomic weights, it is 14 + 3x16 = 62 (if you need any great precision, use periodic table for precise weights, to 4 decimals).
* 62 g (roughly) = 1 mol
so 62 ug = 1 umol or 0.062 mg = 1 umol
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