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 andyoooooobun 29th May 2012 05:57 PM

How to convert ppm/k and ppm/c

as title
I would like to convert 100ppm/k to ppm/c:)

 Osvaldo de Banfield 29th May 2012 06:04 PM

Kelvin degrees are centigrade - 273. You must do 100/273 * 100 then is equal to 36 ppm/C

Salu2.

 Rustybutterknife 29th May 2012 06:14 PM

There is no difference. ppm/K are equal to ppm/C. Yes, there is a difference of 273, between Kelvin and Celsius degrees, but the interval size (how big a degree is) is always the same. 100 ppm/K = 100 ppm/C.

 andyoooooobun 29th May 2012 06:23 PM

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Rustybutterknife (http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/parts/213519-convert-ppm-ppm-post3041371.html#post3041371) There is no difference. ppm/K are equal to ppm/C. Yes, there is a difference of 273, between Kelvin and Celsius degrees, but the interval size (how big a degree is) is always the same. 100 ppm/K = 100 ppm/C.
thx man
its like what im thinking...but needed to be confirmed:p

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