Concentration sample

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Concentration sample

Postby llg5480 » Fri Oct 20, 2006 4:44 am

I have a question regarding a chem. experiment that i had done. A sample of saw dust with a gram weight of 1.0051g. I then used a spectrometer and got a concentration of 8.34 ppm. I need to know how to find the total ppm of sample. I think it may simply be multipling the two number together. Is that correct. Thank you!
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