dissolved oxygen: convert ml/L in mmol/L

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dissolved oxygen: convert ml/L in mmol/L

Postby Irina » Mon Apr 21, 2008 1:07 am

Hi, everybody! Does anybody know how to convert oxygen, dissolved in seawater, from ml/L into mmol/L?

thanks in advance,
Irina
Irina
 

Re: dissolved oxygen: convert ml/L in mmol/L

Postby Guest » Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:13 am

Irina wrote:Hi, everybody! Does anybody know how to convert oxygen, dissolved in seawater, from ml/L into mmol/L?

thanks in advance,
Irina


Three different references seem to agree that the milliliters of O2 are in fact normalized to standard temperature and pressure, 273.15 K and 101.325 kPa.

Therefore they can be converted to mmol by the ideal gas molar volume 22.414 mL/mmol, or the specific value for O2 at these conditions, 22.3916 mL/mmol. (Divide by these numbers)
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