Hi iam asking to the water chlorine ppm ( 5ppm) converted into howmuch Millivolts. please share the information.
There is no such thing. Millivolts describe electricity and the two cannot be converted.
You are very welcome!
Oh yes, they can!
This Oxidation-Reduction Potential is well known in theory and practice for oxidizers and reducers.
Of all the members, you should know there is COOL STUFF that can measure this phenomenon.
You really should do some research before you blindly answer questions, because,
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
In case you don’t understand this, the general idea is to start up your brain before putting your mouth in gear.
You are very
A little web searching found this:
one millivolt is equal to 11.000000e-03 PPM.
Converting would then be 5 ppm/.011 ppm/mv = 454.54 mv ( Not positive about this answer...but I know there is one out there! )
You know EP, I’m pretty positive whoever posted that was an idiot.
He could be a smart-ass troll … or maybe he was measuring the ORP of THC, LSD, or 4-phosphoryloxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine and contaminated himself.
The ORP registers as idiot, but it’s not an exact measure.