Q: What is the weight of mc30 per litre?

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(Micrograms per litre)/(gram molecular weight of solute) = (micromoles per litre).

1000ppm = 1000mg per litre. this means 1g made up to a litre of solution.

Litres is a measure of volume - the size in space, while oz measure mass and weight. Water has a mass of 1 kg per litre.

If you know how many km's you can travel per each litre of petrol, you can divide 580km's by km's per litre and then multiply by 2.50.

This question doesn't make sense. This is because the term parts per million means either weight per weight i.e. micrograms per gram or milligrams per kilograms, or weight per volume, i.e. milligrams per litre or micrograms per millilitre.

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(Micrograms per litre)/(gram molecular weight of solute) = (micromoles per litre).

About 1.1 kilo per litre.

On the surface of the earth, approx 9.8 Newtons per litre.

2340ish pounds curb weight

Firstly there is no such thing as litre cubed. It is just litre. ppm means milligrams per litre, so you have 10,000 milligrams per litre. This is 10,000,000 micrograms per litre.

To convert micromolar (µM) to milligrams per liter (mg/L), you need to know the molecular weight of the compound in question. Once you have the molecular weight, you can use the formula: concentration (µM) x molecular weight = concentration (mg/L).

Appx. 970 Grams (Near 1 litre), or 8.09 lbs per gallon (US)

The weight of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) per liter varies depending on the specific type of LPG being used. On average, the weight of LPG ranges from about 0.52 to 0.58 kilograms per liter.

You need to have the weight per litre so you multiply by 4. 19.55x4 is 78.2 grams per litre. 78.2 divided by 58.443g/mol is 1.338 molar.

This is 2 nanograms/litre.

1 Litre is equivalent to 1 kilogram in weight.

Normal saline is 0.9% weight/volume sodium chloride to water. This is 9 grams per litre. NaCl has a molecular weight of 58.5, sodium (Na) has a weight of 23, which is 39.3% of the molecular weight. So sodium is 39.3% of the weight. 1 litre of saline has 9 grams, 250ml is a quarter of a litre, so has 9/4 grams = 2.25 grams. 39.3% of 2.25 g is 0.884 grams of sodium.