Formula for using 3000ppm concentrate to make other solutions (i.e. 3 pm)

Wondering after making a 3,000ppm concentrate (30 tablets in 1 liter of distilled water) to store in it the refrigerator, how much concentrate (i.e. 1ml) do you add to what quantity of water water to produce other needed solutions – 3 ppm, 100ppm, etc.

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Hi there! Sincerest apologies for the delay in reply. We are presently making better efforts to stay on top of the forum.
Actually, at this higher percentage, there is no need to keep the CDS (Chlorine Dioxide Solution) in the refrigerator. Just keep it somewhere dark with a cool, stable temperature. Although the refrigerator is still a great place!
We now have a CDS Calculator, please see this link (it is the second calculator on the bottom of the page):

Safrax Calculator

And to cover all the bases, we have the complete instructions on how to use the CDS Calculator in this post:
Feel free to ask if you need any more assistance, we will not keep you waiting so long for a reply!

Warm Regards,
-KT @ Safrax

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