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Proper Way To Calculate Gaseous Component Concentrations In Ppm


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#1 IonCube


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Posted 30 December 2017 - 07:34 AM

In the attachment shown (water shift gas reaction) am I doing it right to express ppm concentration of component (Carbon Monoxide)?


Second I want to calculate ppm (vol) using Mass fraction w ...via ppm(v)=w × ​ρ​component/​​​​ρ​total ​​​​× 1,000,000 ...how do I extract ​ρ​component (https://neutrium.net.../#mass-fraction)

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