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mg/m^3 to pounds (or kg)?

Fri Jun 01, 2007 8:41 pm

how can i convert mg/m^3 to pounds (or kg)?

Re: mg/m^3 to pounds (or kg)?

Sat Jun 02, 2007 3:19 am

neo wrote:how can i convert mg/m^3 to pounds (or kg)?


mg / m^3 is a density (mass per volume)
pounds (or kg) is just mass.
You cannot convert from one to the other.
You would have to convert mg/m^3 to pounds/m^3 or kg/m^3.
And the tables on this site will help you with that.
1 mg = 0.000002205 pounds
If you know the mass, in mg, that a cubic meter weighs, you can convert that to the number of pounds that same cubic meter weighs.