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ppm

abbr.
parts per million

ppm

abbreviation for
1. (Chemistry) chem parts per million
2. (Broadcasting) Also: PPM peak programme meter

ppm

1. Also, p.p.m. parts per million.
2. pulse per minute.
Translations

ppm

ABBR =parts per millionppm
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About 7,600 workers face significant exposures, averaging as high as 10 ppm.
In HDPE, 400 ppm of CF-120 alone reportedly suffices as a replacement for traditional phenolic/phosphite combinations.
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Molybdenum assays were elevated in the oxidized copper zones at drill site YK01, ranging up to 519 ppm in YK01-A, 311 ppm in YK01-B, 712 ppm in YK01-C, and 1990 ppm (ICPMS data in the bonanza silver zone) in YK01-D.
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