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Millie equivalents = number of moles * chemical value * 1000, for example, 3 mEq / L (milliequivalent, mill equivalent) sodium chloride = 3 mmol / L sodium chloride, 4 mEq / L calcium chloride = 2 mmol / L calcium chloride.

There are two commonly used expression methods for the concentration of solute in the solution, which are percentage concentration (g%) and milli-equivalent (mEq / L). Percent concentration refers to the number of grams of solute contained per 100 ml of solution. For example, 1.5% glucose means 1.5g of glucose in 100ml solution. Milli-equivalent concentration refers to the number of milli-equivalents of solute contained in 1 liter of solution. The so-called milli-equivalent is equal to 1/1000 equivalent, and the equivalent = atomic weight / atomic value. For example, the monovalent element sodium has an atomic weight of 23, 1 equivalent of sodium is equal to 23 grams of sodium, and 1 milli-equivalent sodium is equal to 23 mg of sodium. Therefore, a solution containing 1 milli-equivalent sodium concentration means that 1 liter of solution contains 23 mg of sodium.

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