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Noun1.milliequivalent - one-thousandth of an equivalent
atomic mass, atomic weight, relative atomic mass - (chemistry) the mass of an atom of a chemical element expressed in atomic mass units
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was estimated for each sample where, the quantities of all cations are expressed in milliequivalents per litre (epm).
93) Finally, the doctors inject the prisoner with 240 milliequivalents of potassium chloride to stop the prisoner's heart.
Typical values are a few tenths of a milliequivalent per 100 grams of soil.
This could be attributed to the accumulation of active organic acids in soil and the cation exchange capacity of humic acid (200 to 500 milliequivalent per 100 grams at pH 7) which led to a reduction in pH values.
b) MER: milliequivalent ratio of surfactant added for the reaction (mequiv/100 g of clay).
Milliequivalent Per Liter--A milliequivalent of an ion or a compound in one liter of solution.
5 milliequivalent (meq) per kg-1 at day seven, compared with 0.
They include cations (calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium) anions (carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorine, and sulfate) in terms of milliequivalent per liter (mEq/L), electrical conductivity, and pH.
It is a methyl, tallow, bis-2-hydroxyethyl ammonium exchanged montmorillonite clay with a modifier concentration of 90 milliequivalent per 100 g.
37 milliequivalent per kg) through 12 months compared to the higher moisture content samples, which had peroxide values of 4.
POV was expressed as milliequivalent (meq) of active oxygen per kg of sausage.