Water-Quality Monitoring and Studies of the Formation and Fate of Trihalomethanes During the Third Injection, Storage, and Recovery Test at Lancaster, Antelope Valley, California, March 1998 Through April 1999

@inproceedings{Fram2002WaterQualityMA,
  title={Water-Quality Monitoring and Studies of the Formation and Fate of Trihalomethanes During the Third Injection, Storage, and Recovery Test at Lancaster, Antelope Valley, California, March 1998 Through April 1999},
  author={Miranda S. Fram and Joshua K. Berghouse and Brian A. Bergamaschi and Roger U. Fujii and Kelly D Goodwin and Jordan F. Clark},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract : Chemical concentration is given in milligrams per liter (mg/L), micrograms per liter ( g/L), or picomoles per liter (pmol/L). Milligrams per liter is a unit expressing the mass of a solute per unit volume (liter) of water. One thousand micrograms per liter is equivalent to 1 milligram per liter, and 1,000 milligrams per liter is equivalent to 1 gram per liter. The numerical value in milligrams per liter is about the same as for concentrations in parts per million, and the numerical… CONTINUE READING