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To convert parts per million (ppm) to milligrams (mg), you need to know the mass of the solution and the volume of the solution. The conversion formula is as follows:

mg/L = ppm * (mass of the solute in grams / volume of the solution in liters)

For example, if you have a solution that is 200 ppm and the mass of the solute is 10 grams and the volume of the solution is 2 liters, you can use the following formula to convert ppm to mg/L:

mg/L = 200 ppm * (10 grams / 2 liters) = 1000 mg/L

To convert ppm to mg, you can simply multiply the mg/L value by the volume of the solution in liters. For example, if you want to know the mass of the solute in milligrams in the above solution, you can use the following formula:

mg = 1000 mg/L * 2 liters = 2000 mg

So, in this example, 200 ppm is equivalent to 2000 mg.

It’s important to note that ppm and mg/L are units of concentration, so the conversion will depend on the mass of the solute and the volume of the solution.