parts per trillion. Number of parts of a chemical found in 1 trillion parts of a particular gas, liquid, or solid.
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part per trillion. one part in 1,000,000,000,000 parts
Part per trillion. The equivalent of about 1 second in 31,000 years.
parts per trillion. Compare? One ppt is comparable to one drop in a swimming pool covering the area of a football field 43 ft. deep.
A unit of gas concentration given in parts per trillion. One PPT is 1 part in 1,000,000,000,000. One PPT thus represents a concentration of 1 one-thousandth of a cubic millimeter of gas in a cubic meter.
Parts per thousand (used as a measurement of salinity).
Parts per trillion: a weight unit of measurement.1% is equivalent to 10,000,000,000 ppt, 1 ppt is equivalent to 0.000001 ppm or 0.0000000001%.
Parts per trillion. Units commonly used to express low concentrations of contaminants. For example, 1 ounce of trichloroethylene (TCE) in 1 million ounces of water is 1 ppm. 1 ounce of TCE in 1 trillion ounces of water is 1 ppt.
parts per thousand, equal to grams per litre.
Parts per Trillion â€“ approx. equivalent to nanograms per liter.
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parts per thousand - a unit used to indicate salinity
Parts per trillion (1 ppt equals 1 part out of 1,000,000,000,000 parts)
Parts per trillion (1 in 1012)
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parts per thousand (the units of measure for salinity)
Abbreviation for "parts per thousand."
Parts per trillion. One PPT is one part in a trillion parts.
Parts per trillion.Used interchangeably with ng/L (nanograms per liter.)
parts per thousand. The salinity of ocean water is approximately 35 ppt.
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