Milligrams of a contaminant per liter of water; same as parts per million (ppm).

See milligrams per liter.

Milligrams per Liter. One mg/L is loosely equivalent to one part per million.

Milligrams per liter. (In the case of fluoride, mg/L = ppm). [See: Water Fluoride/Skeletal Fluorosis

Milligrams per Liter. Unit of concentration used to quantify the amount of a constituent dissolved in a given volume of water. John Comer, Indiana Geological Survey.

Milligrams of matter per liter of water; it is a measurement similar to ppm (parts per million by weight).

The abbreviation for milligrams per liter. Generally considered as equal to ppm (parts per million), but not exactly. Multiply mg/L times 1.001142303 to get ppm. Multiply ppm times 0.9988590 to get mg/L.

Milligrams per liter. A measure of concentration, equivalent to ppm in water.

Milligrams Per Liter. A measure of the concentration by weight of a substance per unit volume. One mg/L is equal to 1 part per million.

Milligrams per liter = ppm (parts per million) - expresses a measure of the concentration by weight of a substance per unit volume.

(milligrams per liter) corresponds to one part of liquid in one million parts of liquid (parts per million - ppm)

milligrams per liter or parts per million (ex. one cent for every $10,000)

Milligrams of a substance dissolved in one liter of water. The value is essentially the same as a part per million in freshwater because one liter of distilled water weighs one million milligrams (one kilogram).