From the HBD Archive
From: Steve Waite <stevew@hpnmsmw.sr.hp.com>
Subject: Mineral Analysis
Date: 1992-06-02 14:41:13 GMT

In HBD 893 John Fitzgerald <johnf@ccgate.SanDiegoCA.NCR.COM> asks:

>I've got a quick question for all of you Chem-types that might be reading,
>or anybody else that knows, of course! I've received a water analysis
>from my local district office, but all of the concentrations are in g/l.
>Can anybody tell me how to convert this to ppm? ppm seems to be the
>standard way that Zymurgy, and TNCJoHB describe water contents, but I
>couldn't find any conversion formulas.

To convert from g/l to ppm multily by 1000. For example: 0.100 g/l of CaCO3
would be equivalent to 100 ppm carbonate hardness. Are you sure the numbers
are in g/l and not mg/l? My water anaysis list the mineral content in the
latter ( mg/l ). In this case the conversion is really simple ( you multiply
by 1 :-).

Steve Waite

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