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Conversion from µg/m3 to ppm hydrogen sulfide

by sara | September 11, 2011 18:07 | 5,709 views | 2 comments | #461 | 5,709 views | 2 comments | #461 11 Sep 18:07

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Hydrogen Sulfide H2S 1ppm = 1.5mg/m3 1mg/m3 = 0.670 ppm

*For conversions between ppm, ppb, mg/m3 and ug/m3: MolWeight x PPM = 24.45 x mg/m3 or MolWeight x PPB = 24.45 x ug/m3

Information from: http://ww2.unhabitat.org/wuf/2006/aqm/tool28.htm

Online converter: http://www.lenntech.com/calculators/ppm/converter-parts-per-million.htm


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