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How do I convert ppm to mg/m3 and ppb to µg/m3?

Concentration (mg/m3 or μg/L) = Concentration (ppm) x

Molecular mass (g/mol)

Molar volume (L)

Concentration (μg/m3 or ng/L) = Concentration (ppb) x

Molecular mass (g/mol)

Molar volume (L)

For more information on calculating atmospheric concentrations, refer to Application Note 025.

Note that the ppm and ppb concentrations in these formulae are by volume, and the molar volume at 1 atm and 25°C is 24.45 L.

Conversion calculator

To convert units based on 25°C and 1 atm, fill in the ppm value (or the mg/m3 value) and the molecular mass, and click “Calculate”.

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