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Re: converting anhydrous to mono...?

Paul, an addition to Marek's reply:

"After finding the correct formulas of the compounds by searching the
web", you can use the following addresses to calculate their respective
molecular weights, to find the conversion ratio - as Marek described.


BTW, Don't ask me what is "HRMS weight" or what the table "Molecular ion
isotope pattern" means, because I absolutely don't have a clue!


20 Mayıs 2009, Çarşamba, 6:11 pm tarihinde, Paul Viapiano yazmış:
> Hi all...
> I'm making PO developer today and I need to convert anyhdrous Potassium
> Carbonate (what I have) to its mono (what I need) equivalent in weight.
> Does anyone have the conversion factor and a reference...?
> Much thanks...
> Paul