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The lethal dose of potassium cyanide (KCN) in Rats is 10mg KCN per kilogram of body weight. What is the concentration in parts per million (ppm)

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The lethal dose of potassium cyanide (KCN) in Rats is 10mg KCN per kilogram of body weight. What is the concentration in parts per million (ppm)

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A ppm is nothing but an abbreviation of the term “parts per million” and this quantity can also be expressed as (mg/L). One ppm is also equal to the absolute fractional value of an amount multiplied by one million.

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It can also be regarded as the measurement of the concentration of a given solution.

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