When creating new solutions for a protocol, OneLab enables the user to select the appropriate concentration unit from a predefined list of concentrations units.

For more information on how to create a reagent or a sample, please see the articles "Create a new reagent" and "Enabling 🏷️ Sample tracking in your experiments".

The concentrations units are classified into several categories as follows:

  • a.u. (arbitrary unit)

  • Molarity

    • M

    • mM

    • µM

    • nM

    • pM

    • fM

  • Parts-per notation

    • Ppm (This stand for part per million)

    • Ppb (This stand for part per billion)

  • Percent % solution

    • % w/w

    • % v/v

    • % w/v

  • Mass concentration

    • g/L

    • mg/L

    • µg/L

    • ng/L

    • pg/L

    • g/mL

    • mg/mL

    • µg/mL

    • ng/mL

    • pg/mL

    • g/µL

    • mg/µL

    • µg/µL

    • ng/µL

    • pg/µL

    • g/nL

    • mg/nL

    • µg/nL

    • ng/nL

    • pg/nL

  • Copy number

    • Copies/mL

    • Copies/µL

    • Copies/nL

    • Copies/pL

  • Cell number

    • Cells/mL

    • Cells/µL

  • Unit number

    • Units/mL

    • Units/µL

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