# Parts Per Converter

# Introduction

PPM stands for parts per million and is mainly used to define the quality of performance or concentration of a material in a larger solution. It could be used to define contents in water, a seller's defective rate, etc. Technically, it doesn't have any fixed dimensions for the measure. It is denoted as a percentage. It is preferred to describe smaller concentrations of substances in gases, liquids, or solids, such as a ratio of 2 quantities displaying the same unit.

# What is the Part per Converter tool?

Many people still face problems understanding percentages per mill and parts per million. The Parts per Converter tool solves the problem by converting from PPM to units such as percent or parts per billion (PPB). It depends on the measured substance; 1 ppm can be expressed in various ways. Some of the units used in the Parts per Converter have been explained below.

PPB: PPB is used to measure the solution's concentration (mole fraction or mass fraction). One PPM is 1 µg/l.

PPT: PPT stands for "parts per trillion," and it measures the concentration of the solution in water or air.

It's equipped with three different units of parts per converter measurement. These units have been explained to the ppm below.

Ppm to Ppm |
1 |

Ppm to Ppb |
1000 |

Ppm to Ppt |
1000000 |

Ppm to Ppq |
1000000000 |

# How to use the Parts per Converter tool?

Follow the below-given procedure to obtain your required parts per value:

- Insert the value you need to convert.
- Next, select the unit of the value you have inserted.
- Tap on calculate to obtain the result.

# Why should you use the Parts per Converter tool?

Parts par converter is convenient to use and gives you accurate results. It can be accessed by visiting our website, which requires a stable internet connection. This tool computes the values within seconds without requiring you to go through tedious procedures and saves you valuable time. You may use this tool free of cost.

## FAQs

## Q. How is PPM calculated?

- Divide the solute's mass by the solution's mass, then multiply it by 1,000,000 to get the PPM value. Whether it is weight or volume, both parts of the equation must be in a similar format.