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20 February, 23:02

If a given water sample contains 10 parts per million phosphorus, how many grams of phosphorus would a liter (1,000 g) contain

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  1. 20 February, 23:13
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    10ppm is the same as 10mg/litre 10mg = 0.010g Therefore 1 litre will contain 0.010 g phosphorus
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