Every chemist who does work in the analysis of water frequently has occasion to calculate over data given in terms of compounds and grains per gallon, to ions per liter or parts per million. Frequently he must carry out the reverse processes and convert his ions per liter into grains of compounds per gallon in order to make his results more comprehensible to the non-technical mind. Such operations are likely to be vexatious and time-consuming.
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Hendrixson, W. S.
"Logarithmic Factors for Use in Water Analysis,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 13(1), 173-174.
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