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Mike T
05/25/13 12:34 PM  
Re: acetobacter
When I do out the math I get 2.7 instead of 2.8 for the constant in the original post. Am I missing anything (haven't had chemistry since high school), or did Baums round the molar mass ratio to 2 from 1.875.

O2 = 32 g/mol

Acetic acid = 60 g/mol

It takes one molecule of O2 to produce 1 molecule of acetic acid.

60/32 = 1.875 g of acetic acid for each gram of oxygen.

1 cc of O2 weighs .00143 mg

.00143*1.875 = 2.68 mg of acetic acid

2.68 mg/l = 2.68 ppm

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