milliequivalent


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milliequivalent

[¦mil·ē·ə¦kwiv·ə·lənt]
(chemistry)
One-thousandth of a compound's or an element's equivalent weight. Abbreviated meq.
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Alberto de la Rocha, a 48-year-old Timmins surgeon, was charged with second-degree murder after giving an injection of 20 milliequivalents of KC1 to a 68-year-old dying patient afflicted with cancer of the mouth, cheek, and lungs.
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L'acidite exprimee en milliequivalents pour 100 g d'echantillon (meq/100g) a ete calculee:
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46) It was found to be euqal to ~ 105 milliequivalents of cation per 100 g of zeolite, and changed to ~ 120 milliequivalents when heated at 350[degrees]C.