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ppm mol/m3 gas concentration

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#1 Confresh

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 11:33 AM

Feeling a bit silly today, how would one convert percentage oxygen in an air stream (or ppm for that matter) into mol m-3?


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#2 BrettNortje

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Posted 16 January 2015 - 02:46 AM

Feeling a bit silly today, how would one convert percentage oxygen in an air stream (or ppm for that matter) into mol m-3?

 

I suppose you would make the oxygen O4 and you could do that by adding electron bonds, so, heating the oxygen would make some of it condense, but not all of it. if you were to observe that you could also cool it into ice.

 

Of course, you asked if it will go into two thirds oxygen and one third mol [or whatever], and the answer is to use 'three pipes into the air stream' that inject two oxygen and one mol [or whatever] into the stream, yes?

 

If you could tell me why you are doing this, i guarantee you i can find you an alternative.



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Posted 20 January 2015 - 03:51 AM

(S)he wants to know the conversion factor from one set of units to another.