PPM Converter

 
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PPM Converter

The PPM converter is a multipurpose calculator that is used to convert different proportion parts i.e. decimal, percent, permille, PPM, PPB,and PPT. It has six blank text fields where you enter the individual value to be converted to another measurement unit. The first procedure when using the PPM converter is to enter a proportion part in one of the blank text fields.

The ‘Convert’ button is used to initiate the conversion from the respective proportion part to other units. The conversion results are displayed below the individual text boxes. The ‘Reset’ button is used when you want to perform a new conversion. It erases all data of the previous conversions from the calculator with a single click.

Example;

Convert 0.06 decimals to percent, permille, ppm, ppb and ppt

Solution

First, enter the value to be converted in decimals (0.06) in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert’ button to execute the conversion. The result will be displayed as;

Decimal: 0.06

Percent: 6 %

Permille: 60 ‰

PPM: 60000 parts-per-million

PPB: 60000000 parts-per-billion

PPT: 60000000000 parts-per-trillion

Use the same procedure when converting new values in decimals to get the corresponding results in percent, permille, PPM, PPB,and PPT.

The PPM converter gives quick and accurate results depending on the values you enter in the blank text field.

Definitions

Decimal

A decimal denotes am arithmetic or a system of numbers based on the power of ten, number ten or tenth parts.

Percent

A percent is defined as a specific amount for every hundred and is abbreviated as “%”

Permille

Permille is defined as a specific amount of every thousand and is abbreviated as “‰”.

PPM

Parts-per-million is defined as a specific amount of every million and is abbreviated as “PPM”. There is 0.0001 percent of each parts-per-million.

PPB

Parts-per-billion is defined as a specific amount of every billion and is abbreviated as “PPB”.

PPT

Parts-per trillion is defined as a specific amount of every trillion and is abbreviated as “PPT”.