how to convert molarity to ppm???

how do i convert molarity to part per million?

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  • Molarity to ppm

    e.g. What is the ppm concentration of calcium in 0.01M CaCO3

    At. Wt. of Ca = 40 and 1M = 40 x 1000 = 40,000ppm.

    Hence, 0.01M soln = 40,000 x 0.01 = 400 ppm.

    The FW of an ion species is equal to its concentration in ppm at 10-3M. Fluoride has a FW of 19, hence a 10-3M concentration is equal to 19ppm, 1M is equal to 19,000 ppm and 1ppm is equal to 5.2 x 10-5M.

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    how to convert molarity to ppm???

    how do i convert molarity to part per million?

  • ppm is mg/liter

    convert molarity (moles/l) to grams/l by mulitplying by the molarity by the molar mass. Then divide that number by 1000 to get mg/l = ppm

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