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Then 15g/kg ethyl alcohol diluted.

I don't know how to pronounce "15g/kg".

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    I think you're looking for per, as in "five grams per kilogram of ethyl alcohol". Dec 8 '20 at 1:15
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"Fifteen grams per kilogram" is the way to verbalise the sentence. "g/kg" is a unit comparing the number of grams of mass something has to the number of kilograms of mass something else has, and the slash indicates a ratio and corresponds to "per", "for every", "to", or any other common way to express a ratio.

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