## How do you convert to mEq L?

The equation to get mEq is therefore [(30 mg)(2)]/(58.44 mg/mmol) = 1.027 mEq. Since there are 400 mL = 0.4 L, the concentration in mEq/L is therefore 1.027/0.4 = 2.567 mEq/L.

## Is mg/l equal to PPM?

No, mg/L is not always equivalent to ppm. Whereas ppm is a volume-to-volume or mass-to-mass ratio, mg/l is a mass-to-volume relationship.

**What is a Milliequivalent equal to?**

A milliequivalent is equal to the number of univalent counter ions (H+ or OH) which will be needed to react with one molecule of the substance. When an atom has a valence of one ( e.g. Na+, K+, CI, etc.) a mEq of that ion is equal to the atomic weight of the atom in milligrams.

**How many mg is 8 mEq?**

8 mEq (600 mg) and 10 mEq (750 mg)

### Is mg/m3 Same as ppm?

mg/m3↔ppm 1 ppm = 1000 mg/m3.

### How can you convert mEq to MG?

From the above equation, and with the valence of elemental potassium being 1, you have mEq = [ (58.65 mg) (1)]/39.1 mg/mmol = 1.5 mEq. A solution contains 30 mg of NaCl (table salt) per 400 mL of solution. Express the solution in terms of milliequivalents per liter (mEq/L). (Note: the molecular weight of NaCl is 58.44 g/mol.)

**How many MG is equal to 1 mEq?**

mEq. Milligrams. Formula: mg= mEq*atomic weight / valence. Minerals. Atomic Weight. Valence. Calcium. 40. 2.

**What is the difference between MG and Meq?**

Both milligrams and micrograms use grams as the basis of measurement and belong to the metric system.

## How do you convert mg potassium to mEq?

– Take 10 mEq potassium citrate orally three times a day. – Severe hypocitraturia (Urinary citrate less than 150 mg/day): – Take 30 mEq potassium citrate orally 2 times a day or 20 mEq 3 times a day; with meals or within 30 minutes after meals. – Maintenance: