INF-114 & INF-210 where the mix ratio by weight is 3.65:1, and
specific gravities are 1.14 for Part A and 0.94 for Part B.
Divide the number of weight parts by the respective density:
Weight parts PART A = 3.65 g = 3.20 cc
Specific gravity PART A 1.14 g/cc
Weight parts PART B = 1 g = 1.06 cc
Specific gravity PART B 0.94 g/cc
This yields a volumetric mix ratio of 3.20 : 1.06, which can then be
normalized to a more convenient ratio. To create a ratio in the form of
100:b, divide the volume parts of Part B by the volume parts of Part A
and multiply the result by 100.
Volume parts PART B X 100 = 1.06 cc X 100 = 33.1
Volume parts PART A 3.20 cc
This yields a volumetric mix ratio of 100 : 33.1 The ratio can also be
normalized to the form a:1 by dividing the volume parts of Part A by the
volume parts of Part B.
Volume parts PARTA = 3.20 cc = 3.01
Volume parts PART B 1.06 cc
This yields a volumetric mix ratio of 3.01 : 1