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Q: Is 6 parts vinegar to 100 parts water equal to 6 percent by volume?

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NO. If you mix them in equal parts, that would give you 35 volume. To get 15 volume, mix equal parts of 10 and 20 volume.

You need one part vinegar to four equal parts water.

the volume of its parts would be equal to the amount off butts an object gives off

If you have vinegar with less acidity than 5 percent, then yes. For instance, if you somehow had 0 percent vinegar, mixing the two half-and-half would give you 5 percent. If you have 2.5 percent, mixing 1 part 2.5 percent with 2 parts 10 percent will give you 5 percent.

70,000ppm

25 percent out of 100 is 0.25 * 100 = 25.

Equal parts of 30 volume + 40 volume developers= 35 Volume Developer.

by "ppm" I assume you mean "parts per million". 30 percent means 30 per 100, and 1,000,000 (a million) divided by 100 is equal to 10,000. This is the ration between ppm and percent. 30x10,000 is equal to 300,000, so 30 percent is equal to 300,000 ppm

Equal parts of 5 volume developer + 15 volume will yield approximately 10 volume.

The only way to make a 20 volume would be to mix equal parts of 30 and 10 volumes.

The best substitute will depend upon its use in the recipe and the flavor desired. Basically, you can substitute any other vinegar in its place in equal parts. Common substitutions are: White wine vinegar Red wine vinegar Combination of white and red wine vinegar 3 parts white wine vinegar and 1 part apple juice.

If you mix them in equal parts, you now have 25 volume developer.

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