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Please tell me that the content of active ingredients on some pesticide packages is measured by percentage, while some pesticides are measured by gram / liter (g / L). What is the relationship between the two?

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Yes, generally water. 200 ml = 233 G. 1L = 1000ml = 1 cubic decimeter. To put it more popularly, one milliliter is almost equal to one gram. For example, 480g /L = 480g /1000ml. Just take this 1000 ml as about 1000 grams. In other words, 480g /L is almost 48%. That’s a rough idea. In principle, there is still a little difference.

the percentage meter is generally for solid (powder, crystal) dosage forms, and g /L is for liquid dosage forms.
G /l can be converted into a percentage meter, but the premise is to measure the density of liquid agents; However, in extensive calculation, the density of liquid pesticide can usually be approximately 1g /ml, i.e. 1kg /L

100g /L is equivalent to 10%
is this an example clear?

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