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0.1 % equals 22 mmol so 10.9 mmol is just a hair below 0.05%

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Q: What does 10.9 mmoll ethanol level convert to as blood alcohol number?
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What does 3mmol alcohol level convert to as blood alcohol number?

3 mmol alcohol level is equivalent to 0,018 % (volume).

Is ethanol level same as Blood Alcohol Count?

Yes, they are the same.

What happens to alcohol when it goes into your blood?

Blood is pumped through the liver where alcohol is metabolized and removed. Ethanol within the human body is converted into acetaldehyde by alcohol dehydrogenase and then into acetic acid by acetaldehyde dehydrogenase. The product of the first step of this breakdown, acetaldehyde, is even more toxic than ethanol.

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No. Actually no one has a BAC of zero because the human body produces ethanol 24/7. It's called endogenous ethanol production.

How can ethanol show up on a alcohol urine test if there was no alcohol or medication or drugs taken?

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Serum ethanol conversion to blood alcohol concentration?

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Will exposure to a large quantity of pepper spray inan enclosed space for over a half hour increase alcohol levels in the blood?

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How can blood alcohol level be 0 when consuming alcohol?

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Why does alcohol get in your blood?

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How do you convert alcohol level to blood alcohol concentration?

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