Posted by **T** on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at 2:29pm.

How many mg of Ca^2+ are in one mEq?

What I did was

mg = mEq x mol weight / valence

mg = 1 x 40.078/ 2 = 20 mg

Is this correct?

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