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Re: [APD] CO2 revelations
Jerry Baker wrote:
>The atomic weight of NaHCO3 is 84, and the atomic weight of HCO3 is 61.
>That means for every gram of NaHCO3 you have 726mg of HCO3. If you can
>measure out 246.5g of NaHCO3 into 1 liter of water, you should have
>179ppm HCO3 (bicarbonate). I'm not sure what the test is measuring
>exactly, but if it's bicarbonate that should do it.
Now, I know this is likely a loaded question, by why are the atomic
weights divided against each other in order to obtain a difference?
Smells like exponential math to me.
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