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Old   January 2, 2008, 08:41
Default what is the conversions of solids concentration?
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hi every one: in the most of papers the solid phase concentration has a unit of [concentration by wt% which is kg of particles/unit meter cube of mixture]... my question is how to convert this to solids volume fraction? [m cube of solids/m cube of mixture]...r we going to divide by the solids density and if so the volume fraction would be very small...does any one knows?
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