1 cubic foot per minute is 28.317 litres per minute. See:
http://www.convertunits.co
So 1 cfm = 472 millilitres per second.
Look then on this page to convert ml to grams at a density you want.
http://www.ehow.com/how_48
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Grams is a measure of mass, cubic feet is a measure of volume.Standard cubic feet is a measure of mass too. Let me look up those links....
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