Paper weighing 75 g/m² and 0.1 mm thick (I am making up the numbers, not sure about paper thickness)
75 g/m² / 0.1 mm = 750 kg/m³...
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Gsm = g/m². Divide by the thickness (expressed in meters) to get grams per cubic meter. It would be customary to then divide by 1000 to get kg/m³, the...
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Yes, that is correct. The MW is immaterial as you are not converting moles to grams....
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You are not changing units, only prefixes.
500 fmol/mL x 1 pmol/1000 fmol x 1000 mL/L = 500 pmol/L
(both l and L are assigned symbols...
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Ppm is ambiguous and meaningless unless you define the basis of the ratio. Gases are usually expressed as a molar ratio; for ideal gases (or nearly ideal)...
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I am not 100% sure of this, but I think it will help
You took only 20 µL of the 1000 µL hydrolysate, so only 15 mg x 20µL/1000 µL of the original...
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The butter, by mass is 60% (1.5/2.5) of the flour mass or 3 parts butter to 5 parts flour.
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I believe we are missing two critical pieces of data:
1) "I hydrolyzed 15mg of sample" On what volume of water (or solvent)? We need the...
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Convert all dimensions to meters, then multiply. I'll do one, follow the example for the other. 2nd size
0.91 m x 1.82 m x 0.009 m = 0.0149058 m³...
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At least in the version I downloaded, SI conversion factors are given immediately under the table. Simply multiply the Customary values by these conversions....
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There is apparently total testosterone and free testosterone and the AMA normal appears to be for "total." This page might help:
http...
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Moles of what? You need to divide by the molar mass, which is specific to the substance and adjust prefixes.
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In our "Resources" forum we have a link to a medical units converter issued by the AMA. However, I believe you may have a couple of errors in...
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Concentration or amount?
M is the symbol for molarity, a concentration in moles per liter (mol/L). A 1 M solution is one mole (or one molar mass)...
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I assume the units of the given density are g/cm^{3}, so 680 kg/m^{3}, and the areal density 0.122 kg/m^{2}
0.122 kg/m^{2} x 1 m^{3}/680 kg = 0.000 1794 m or 179.4...
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You have to know the density of the material in kg/m³. Gsm is g/m². Divide by 1000 to get kg/m², then divide by the density in kg/m³ to get thickness...
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NIST has a number of publications. NIST SP 811 has an appendix full of conversions. The main body of the publication is proper usage rules for the SI....
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Sorry, I can only respond in English
At rated power, fuel consumption is 206 g/kWh x 895 kW = 184 370 g/h or 184.37 kg/h
You need the...
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