six hundred and sixty66 x 10 = 660
mEq is the abbreviation for milliequivalent.
fourhundred and sixtysix
A milliequivalent is a type of chemical unit to measure a compound, radical, or element's weight equivalence. They are about one-thousandth of this number.
66 kg = 66000 g
Twice, with four left over.
How many meq is equal to 1mg
This mass is 58 mg.
meq means milliequivalent which can be achieved by dividing the valence electrons by the atomic wt. i.e. a.t. / valence. Milliequivalent is equal to mg. 10 meq = 10 mg
By multiplying it by two. Two: 2
0.66 of sixtysix hundredths.
The book of Isaiah in the old testament has exactly 66 , sixtysix chapters.
By your question, there should be 1000 millilitres in a litre, for milli = 1/1000.
0.37 mill equivalents / 100 grams, how many Kg / acre
1 foot = 12 inches So 66 inches = 5 feet 6 inches
In chemistry, meq stands for milliequivalents. This term refers to the small amount of a solute per liter of solvent. The milliequivalent represents one-thousandth of an equivalent of a compound or chemical substance.
Tablet Klor Con contains potassium chloride in it. 20 milliequivalent of potassium chloride equals to 1.5 grams of potassium chloride.