Welcome to **ppm to percent**, our website explaining the conversion of parts per million to percent. In the same way as percent means out of one hundred, does parts per million (ppm) express out of one million. Parts-per-million calculations are commonly used to measure chemical concentrations or contamination, but they can also been seen in the context of quality measurement. Next is our ppm to percent calculator, the formula can be found further below.

## PPM to Percent Calculator

To use our calculator simply insert your value using a point as decimal separator, the math is done automatically. If you press the blue button, then the calculation changes to percent to ppm.

### Change ppm to %

If you like our tool, then bookmark it now! It is worth noting that you can locate a great many parts per million to % conversions by using the search box in the menu or the sidebar.

On condition that x represents your particular value, insert, for example, x ppm to %. The opening result page contains a link to your particular transformation.

In the next part of our article, we are going to show you two calculation methods; one of them can even be employed without a calculator. Keep reading!

## How to Convert PPM to Percentage

Here, we show you the math. One part per million is defined as 10^{-6}, and one percent is defined as 10^{-2}. In order to convert *ppm to percent* we make use of the aforementioned definitions:

From 1 ppm = 1/1000000 and 1% = 1/100 follows that 1% = 10000 parts per million. Thus, the parts per million to percent formula is:

To change ppm to percent divided the parts per million by ten thousand (method 1), or shift the decimal point four places to the left (method 2), then add the percent symbol.

- Method:
For example: ppm = 150

150 / 10000 = 0.015

0.015 → 0.015%

150 ppm = 0.015%

- Method:
For example: ppm = 400

400 → 40.0 → 4.0 → 0.4 → 0.04

0.04 → 0.04%

400 ppm = 0.04%

If you need more examples, check out our frequent conversions including the math in full detail:

By means of illustration:

Assumed a swimming pool has a capacity of 7,812.5 US gallons (29,573.5 Liters). In this case one ppm is approximately equal to one US fluid ounce (0.0295735 L).

You might also be keen on hearing that:

- 1 µL/L equals 1 part per million
- 1 ppm = 1000 ppb (parts per billion)
- 1 mg per kg equals one ppm

Ahead you can find some additional information in the context, followed by the summary of our information, and finally our table with frequent conversions.

## PPM to Percent Conversion

You have reached the concluding section of this page.

We have created this site to help our visitors converting ppm to %, both of which are widely used pseudo-units in technical disciplines, including, for instance, physics, chemistry, and engineering.

Therefore, it stands to reason that the transformation might be difficult for those who only have to change parts per million to % on an occasional basis.

This depiction wraps our content up:

Note that both, parts per million as well as percent, are pure numbers without an associated unit of measurement. In other words, they are dimensionless.

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Finally, here’s our conversion table.

### PPM to Percent Conversion Table

Parts Per Million | Percent |
---|---|

0 ppm | 0% |

1 ppm | 0.0001% |

2 ppm | 0.0002% |

3 ppm | 0.0003% |

4 ppm | 0.0004% |

5 ppm | 0.0005% |

6 ppm | 0.0006% |

7 ppm | 0.0007% |

8 ppm | 0.0008% |

9 ppm | 0.0009% |

10 ppm | 0.001% |

20 ppm | 0.002% |

30 ppm | 0.003% |

40 ppm | 0.004% |

50 ppm | 0.005% |

60 ppm | 0.006% |

70 ppm | 0.007% |

80 ppm | 0.008% |

90 ppm | 0.009% |

100 ppm | 0.01% |

200 ppm | 0.02% |

300 ppm | 0.03% |

400 ppm | 0.04% |

500 ppm | 0.05% |

600 ppm | 0.06% |

700 ppm | 0.07% |

800 ppm | 0.08% |

900 ppm | 0.09% |

1000 ppm | 0.1% |

10000 ppm | 1% |

100000 ppm | 10% |

1000000 ppm | 100% |

Last, but not least:

Observe that the parts-per notations including, but not limited to, parts-per-million, ppb (parts per billion) and ppt (parts per trillion) are not endorsed by the International System of Units.

The reason is that they are language-dependent and loaded with ambiguity:

For example, parts per billion, can mean either 10^{-9} (British English, short scale), or 10^{-12} (American English, long scale.)

Along the same vain, the abbreviation ppt usually means parts per trillion, but it may also denote parts per thousand. As such, the term ppt is ambiguous.

Instead, it is recommended employing scientific notation, explained in detail on the linked site.

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