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Old 01-09-2007, 12:33 PM
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Default uIU/mL to U/mL

How do you convert uIU/mL to U/mL?
What does uIU stand for?

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Old 01-10-2007, 05:54 AM
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Default Re: uIU/mL to U/mL

My guess would be mIU stands for milli-International Units. Meaning 1/1000th of an International Unit.

Not sure what the U in U/ml would stand for though.
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Hi, I would really appreciate your answers: How do you convert U/ml to Au/ml?
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Default Re: uIU/mL to U/mL

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Hi, I would really appreciate your answers: How do you convert U/ml to Au/ml?
Hi Waterlils, I guess from your name you are looking at water chemistry? U is the chemical symbol for uranium, and Au is the chemical symbol for gold. If you are looking at heavy metal loading in water, then this makes sense. If you are looking at something else completely, do you have more information you can post?

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I think the 'U' means units, and IU 'internation unit' is assumed to be same as U 'unit' unless explicitly stated. So if U/ml = IU/ml, then 1 uIU is one microunit or 1 uU or 10x-6 U. Thus 1 uIU/ml = 10x-6 IU/ml = 10x-6 U/ml.
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500g to ml
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500g to ml
Depends on the substance and its density. For water, 500 g = 500 mL.
For lead, the volume would be a lot less, for feathers, a lot more.
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Hi Waterlils, I guess from your name you are looking at water chemistry? U is the chemical symbol for uranium, and Au is the chemical symbol for gold. If you are looking at heavy metal loading in water, then this makes sense. If you are looking at something else completely, do you have more information you can post?

IU Mean internatinal unit for the Biological activity for the protein sample not any uranium or chemistry related mrs.X ,,,
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what does it means

U/mL
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Old 10-27-2011, 11:32 AM
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uIU its not actually u its micro

micro international units / mL
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