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What does ppm look like?

What does Parts Per Million (ppm) look like?

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If you measure low level dilution into gas, liquid or solids you are likely to use the Part Per Million (ppm) unit. The term Part Per Million is fairly self-explanatory, it’s simply the dilution of one matter into another but what does it actually look like? This simple video offers a clear representation of PPM followed by PPB (parts per billion!).Should you require further information on a whole range of harmful gases, check out the helpful links below or contact us at: www.ionscience.com

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