Asked Dec 31, 2019

What is the full form of ppm ? For what purpose it is used.


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The term ppm can be described as the types of the mass related units that would be used to determine the very small concentration levels.

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The full form of ppm is parts per million. The ppm can be used to determine the small levels mass of the contaminated chemicals are present per unit volume of water, and also can be used to calculate the small levels of the pollutants are present in the air. The parts per million is expressed in term of (mg/L).

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