halluschen ... i need some help !I dont know where to start ,i have to prepare a solution with a w (sol)= 0.01 vol.% volume solution of 10 mL .your help is much appreciated, thankss!!!
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[QUOTE=Unregistered]i want to know how to convert weight percentage to grams, such as 10 grams of fat.
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Weight %:
If you have 100 grams total, then the weight% of the component you are looking at is the grams.
So for 10 weight% fat, there is 10grams of fat for every 100grams of total.
This is the same as 100g of fat per kilogram.
This weight% applies to any substance, sugar, salt, whatever.
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Hey, I am trying to help a sixth grader convert percentages into poundsI don't have a cluecan anone help?
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Originally posted by Unregistered View PostHey, I am trying to help a sixth grader convert percentages into poundsI don't have a cluecan anone help?
For example, if you have 5% fat, this is 5 pounds of fat in 100 pounds of stuff.
If the question is find out how many pounds of fat are in 500 pounds of food, when the food is 5% fat, the answer is 500lb/100lb x 5lb = 25 pounds.
If you would like to write down the question word for word, we might be able to give better help.
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Originally posted by Mrs X View PostI have no idea how old a 6th grader is, but one way of looking at % into pounds is "x" pounds in 100 pounds.  These are always proportion questions.
For example, if you have 5% fat, this is 5 pounds of fat in 100 pounds of stuff.
If the question is find out how many pounds of fat are in 500 pounds of food, when the food is 5% fat, the answer is 500lb/100lb x 5lb = 25 pounds.
If you would like to write down the question word for word, we might be able to give better help.
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