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  1. #1 Question about weight and daltons 
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    I have the analysis of a drink that has 1.82% fucoidans in it. Next to this number is written 110,000-155,000 daltons. From these numbers can you tell how many grams of fucoidans are in 100ml of this drink.

    Fucoidans are the active ingredient on seaweed that is extracted to make a drink out of.


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  3. #2 Re: Question about weight and daltons 
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphGreene
    I have the analysis of a drink that has 1.82% fucoidans in it. Next to this number is written 110,000-155,000 daltons. From these numbers can you tell how many grams of fucoidans are in 100ml of this drink.

    Fucoidans are the active ingredient on seaweed that is extracted to make a drink out of.
    You don't need molecular weight because concentration in % is dimensionless (generaly w/w) an it is 1.82 g/100 g solution. You need a specific gravity of solution, if it is not 1 g/ml.


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