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mg/L to mg/kg
by County Intern on 12/13/05 at 10:25:30

It is my understanding that if I have 24.5 mg/L Al3+, to convert that to mg/kg I have to divide 24.5 by the density of Al3+. Is that correct? and how do I find the density of Al3+?  ???


Re: mg/L to mg/kg
by Robert Fogt on 12/14/05 at 04:30:12

If the density is listed in units of kg/L then it would be correct, because using algebra we see that:
(mg/L) / (kg/L) = mg/kg

But if the density is listed in some other unit, you would first have to convert it to kg/L

If you reside in a state or country that requires all chemicals stored in the workplace to have a MSDS sheet, then you just need to find that. It will be listed there.


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