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CONVERT! PLEASE SHOW ALL STEP! THX!!

a.) 10 ppm Cl- to ____ umol/L Cl-

b.) 100 mg/L Na+ to ____ ppb Na+

c.) 10 atm CO2 to ___ 10 mbars CO2

d.) 0.3 umol/L Ca2+ to ____ nmol/L Ca2+
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