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The correct answer is 36.75 g. See video for more details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0v4ovohr5Y

mEq/L = ((mg/L)/MW) x valence

mEq = mmol x valence

## Difficult mEq question

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## Difficult mEq question

## prof

The correct answer is 36.75 g. See video for more details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0v4ovohr5Y

## What is the equation for milliequivalents calculations?

## prof

mEq/L = ((mg/L)/MW) x valence

## What is the equation for milliequivalents calculations?

## prof

mEq = mmol x valence