converting mg/L to wppm

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converting mg/L to wppm

Postby abie » Fri Jul 14, 2006 1:29 am

how do I convert mg/L of chloride to wppm
abie
 

Postby Guest » Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:54 pm

You would need to determine the weight of 1 L of solution in kilograms, and divide by it. If it is a dilute solution in water, the eright will be very close to 1 kg/L; a strong solution may need a slight correction factor.

Lets say you have an x mg/L solution and 1 L weighs y kilograms,

then x mg/l x 1L/y kg = (x/y) mg/kg
Since mg and kg are 10^6 apart, that is also weight ppm.
Guest
 


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