Unit Conversions

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snaidoo
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253402
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Unit Conversions
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2013-12-15 23:45:37
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PTCB unit conversions
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  1. 960 ml
    1 quart or 32 oz
  2. 480 ml
    1 pint or 16 oz
  3. 240 ml
    1 cup or 8 oz
  4. 30 ml
    1 oz of 2 tbsp
  5. 15 ml
    1/2 or 1 tbsp
  6. 100 gtts or 1 tsp
    5 ml
  7. Fahrenheit/Celsius temp conversion
    9C = 5F - 160
  8. 4 ml
    1 dram
  9. 20 gtts
    1 ml
  10. ?/initial volume = ?/ final strength 
    (For concentrations and dilutions)
    final volume/initial volume = initial strength/final strength
  11. Selling price = Cost + ?
    Markup
  12. Percentage Markup = Markup (actual dollar amount)/ ?
    Cost
  13. ? = selling price - (cost + overhead)
    Net Profit
  14. Final gm or ml of finished product X % strength = ?
    gm or ml of substance to be dissolved
  15. final volume/initial volume = initial strength/?
    final strength
  16. ? X % strength listed as decimal = gm or ml of substance to be dissolved
    final gm or ml of finished product
  17. ? = 5F - 160
    9C
  18. Temperature in refrigerator
    2 - 8 celsius, 36 to 46 F
  19. Room temperature
    15 - 30 C, 59 to 86 F
  20. mg/kg/day = ?
    milligrams per kilogram per day for calculating children's dosage
  21. weight of child/150 * average adult dose = ?
    Clark's rule for calculating children's dosage
  22. age of child/ age of child + 12 * average adult dose = ?
    Young's rule for calculating children's dosages
  23. 1 oz
    30 ml/8 drams (volume), 30 gm/8 drams(weight)
  24. 1 kg
    2.2 lbs
  25. 30 gm
    1 oz/8 drams
  26. 600-650 mg
    10 grains
  27. 300 - 325 mg
    5 grains
  28. 120 mg
    2 grains
  29. 60 - 65 mg
    1 grain
  30. 30 mg
    1/2 grain
  31. 1/60 grains
    1 mg

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