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Q: How do you convert grams per liter to parts per thousand?

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If it has the same density as water, the conversion is direct, just multiply the parts per thousand by 1,000. Otherwise, you need to convert the weight in milligrams to volume in milliliters. It takes 1,000,000 milligrams of water to equal a liter.

80 parts per thousand (ppt) means there is 80 grams (g) of NaCl (salt) per 1000 grams of water. 1L is approximately 1000 grams of water; it can vary slightly depending on the temperature.

3.3%

-- take the number of parts per thousand-- multiply it by 1,000-- the answer is the number of parts per million

990/1000

mass into parts per hundred ..... can't be done.

1000parts per billion = how much gold per to n in grams

No. Even if that were milliliters to liters, it would still be parts per thousand.

Move the decimal point one place to the left. Percent literally means per hundred, so 1 part per thousand is 0.1%, 10 parts per thousand is 1%, 100 parts per thousand is 10%, and 1000 parts per thousand is 100% or a whole.

1% equals 1 part per hundred, so it also equals 10 parts per thousand, 100 parts per ten thousand, 1000 parts per hundred thousand or 10000 parts per million

35/1000 = 3.5/100 = 3.5%

To convert parts per million to millimoles, there are 1,000 liters of water per 1,000,000 grams. Therefore, 20 grams divided by 35.453 grams per millimoles is equivalent to 1.66 x 10 raised to negative 15 millimoles.

Poorly. PPM stands for Parts-Per-million, and grams/litre doesn't work at all unless you know the density of the substances.

There are several ways to go about this. If you want to determine ppm of a solute in water for example, you can determine the number of grams of water in 1 L by its density (1.0 g/mL=1000.0 g/L). Therefore, 1L of water has a mass of 1000.0 grams. If you add 1 gram of a solute to this, you end up with 1 gram, solute per 1000.0 grams solvent (1 part per thousand). Converting from ppt to ppm is done by multiplying by 1000; or, in this example, 1 ppt=1000ppm.

10 milligrams

molar means moles per liter so you dont need to worry about different volumes. so... number of moles = mass / molecular mass. firstly divide millimolar by 1000 to get into molar. so multiply number of moles by the molecular weight. and that is your answer in grams. multiply by 1000 to get into mg/litre, or parts per million as it is also known

10 g is 10,000 mg and in 1 liter that would be 10,000 ppm. You need to have a volume in order to express the mass as ppm. In other words, 10 g NaCl cannot be expressed as parts per million unless you have the volume that it is in. If it's in a liter, then you will have 10,000 ppm.

38 parts per thousand

It is not possible to answer the question because it does not specify what to convert to.

PARTS PER TRILLION or PARTS PER THOUSAND

A thousand.

One hundred thousand can easily be broken up into ten parts of ten thousand each. Each one of these parts of ten thousand is 10% of 100,000 - therefore, 90% will be ninety thousand.

There are one million milligrams in one liter. 4.8 milligrams is 4.8 parts per million (parts per million) There are one million milligrams in one liter. 4.8 milligrams is 4.8 parts per million (parts per million)

100gms 100gms ANSWER you can never tell how much salt is in a litre of seawater it varies where you are. the average salts is 35ppt (parts per thousand)

I is ot possible. You need TWO measures to convert to parts per million.