There are 1000 micrograms in a milligram. Therefore you have to divide by 1000. The litres are the same units so you don't have to touch the calculation at all after that.
to convert milligram per liter to percentage, multiply by 10000 Explanation one milligram per liter is 1 ppm 10000 ppm is 1 percentage
The formula is no. moles is mass over molecular mass. If you multiply micromole by molecular mass you get micrograms. Then you have to divide by 1000 to convert per litre to per millilitre.
Without additional information you cannot.
Only if 1 gram = 1 litre which is usually NOT the case.
1 microgram = 1000 nanograms and 1 litre = 1000 millilitres So 1 microgram/litre = 1000 nanograms/1000 millilitres = 1 nanogram/millilitre. That is, the ratio remains unchanged.
First off to convert per millilitre to per litre you have to multiply by 1000. The molecular mass is in grams per mole, which is the same as micrograms per micromole. So then you just divide the micrograms per litre by the molecular mass.
In order to convert a microliter per liter to a mililiter per liter, just divide by 1,000.
1 microgram = 1 millionth of a gram or .000001 - so, just move the decimal point over to the appropriate position. As long as you don't change the value of the number, you can do what you want to it.
1g in 100mL = 1%
divide g/l value by 10.
This involves a multiplication of 1000. This is because a microgram is 1/1,000,000 of a gram and a nanogram is 1/1,000,000,000 of a gram. Therefore there are 1000 nanograms in a microgram.