Parts Per million Converter

Parts per million (ppm) is a measurement unit used to represent the concentration of a chemical substance in a sample. To convert a concentration in ppm to a different unit, you can use our parts per million converters. Simply enter the desired concentration and select the desired units. The converter will do the rest quickly and easily.

Whether you're a professional chemist or an amateur hobbyist, our parts per million converters will come in handy. So bookmark us now and don't hesitate to use our Parts Per million Converter the next time you need to make a conversion.

When it comes to measuring very small amounts of substances, we use the parts per million (ppm) unit. It is a convenient way of expressing concentrations of pollutants in air, water, or soil. One ppm means one part of substance per million parts of medium (air, water, soil). Thus, concentrations of 500 ppm and 1 ppm are equal to 0.05% and 0.0001% respectively.

 

To better understand how to convert ppm values into other units or vise versa, it is important to know what 1 ppm concentration looks like for different substances. For example, if we take a cubic meter of water (1000 liters), this volume will contain about 8 ppb of, a tool to convert a concentration in ppm to a different unit, you can use our parts per million converter.

 

How to use the parts per million converter?

 

This ppm calculator is a straightforward tool - all you need to do is enter a value in appropriate fields and click the "Calculate" button. To make sure that your calculations are correct, we encourage you to read more about each field in the instructions below. Let's take a closer look!

 

Parts per million - Enter a value in parts per million (ppm). The concentration can be entered either in decimal form (e.g., 0.05) or as a percent (5%). If you want to calculate how many ppm are in mg/L, simply enter a concentration in milligrams per liter into this field - our calculator will do the rest!

 

- Enter a value in parts per million (ppm). The concentration can be entered either in decimal form (e.g., 0.05) or as a percent (5%). If you want to calculate how many ppm are in mg/L, simply enter a concentration in milligrams per liter into this field - our calculator will do the rest! Percent - To convert ppm to a percent, enter a value in parts per million and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding percentage concentration in the "Percent" field.

 

- To convert ppm to a percent, enter a value in parts per million and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding percentage concentration in the "Percent" field. Milligrams per liter - To calculate ppm from mg/L, enter a concentration of a substance in milligrams per liter into the "Parts per million" field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field.

 

- To calculate ppm from mg/L, enter a concentration of a substance in milligrams per liter into the "Parts per million" field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field. Micrograms per cubic meter - If you want to know how many ppm are in μg/m3, simply enter a concentration of a substance in micrograms per cubic meter into the "Parts per million" field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field.

 

- If you want to know how many ppm are in μg/m3, simply enter a concentration of a substance in micrograms per cubic meter into the "Parts per million" field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field. Nanograms per liter - To calculate ppm from ng/L, enter a concentration of a substance in nanograms per liter into appropriate field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field.

 

- To calculate ppm from ng/L, enter a concentration of a substance in nanograms per liter into appropriate field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field. Parts per billion - If you want to know how many ppm are in ppb, simply enter a concentration of a substance in parts per billion into appropriate field and click the "Calculate" button. You will see the corresponding parts per million concentration in the "Parts per million" field.

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