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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Basic calculation skills tested were conversion of millilitres to milliequivalents and milligrams to millilitres and vice versa, pounds to kilograms, and methods of preparing infusions.
Chemical properties Whey Acidity pH Acid Degree Value (%LA) (milliequivalents of alkali per 100 g of fat) Cheddar cheese whey 0.12 6.71 6.59 Paneer whey 0.14 5.81 5.76 Source of Variation SEm 0.00 0.03 0.21 Test (P < 0.05) * * * CD 0.00 0.08 0.62 CV% 4.42 1.79 13.46 Table 4.
The patient was supposed to receive eight milliequivalents of potassium chloride twice a day.
(Units are in terms of Milliequivalents per liter).
Greenville surface soil texture is gravelly sandy loam (15% clay, 66% sand, and 19% silt), cation exchange capacity is 12.5 milliequivalents x 100 [grams.sup.-1], and electrical conductivity is 1.0 decisiemens x [meter.sup.-1] (Beaver-Cove Fort soil survey).
The chemical tests have involved determining concentrations of major cations including calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium, in milliequivalents per liter unit of saturation extract.
Peroxide value defined as the milliequivlents of active oxygen per kilogram of oil (meq of O2 kg-1) expressed in the unit of milliequivalents, was determined, when potassium iodide reacted with a mixture of oil and chloroform/acetic acid in dark according to AOCS method Cd 8-5 [20].
The epidemiologic literature indicates that the risk of unintentional fatal overdose jumps at more than 120 milliequivalents of morphine per day, a value that "exceeds my comfort zone," Dr.
(104) According to Nebraska's lethal injection protocol, 3 grams of sodium thiopental are administered, followed by 50 milligrams of pancuronium bromide, and concluded with 240 milliequivalents of potassium chloride.
The amounts (in milliequivalents) of exchanged [Hg.sup.2+] and [Hg[(OH).sup.+]] were calculated from those of exchanged Hg(II) and [H.sup.+] using the hydrolytical constant [K.sub.1] (8) and the mass balance (9) as
Calculated Osmolality = (1.86 x [Sodium]) + ([Glucose]/18) + ([Urea Nitrogen]/2.8) + 9, where the sodium concentration is expressed in milliequivalents per liter and the glucose and urea nitrogen concentrations are expressed in milligrams per deciliter [Glasser (11)].