POV was expressed as milliequivalent (meq) of active oxygen per kg of sausage.
What does mEq stand for?
mEq stands for Milliequivalent
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We have 17 other meanings of mEq in our Acronym Attic
- Mobil Exploration and Producing US, Inc. (Mobil Corp.)
- Middle East Placement Volunteers
- Ministry of Environment Protection and Water Management (Budapest, Hungary)
- Mactan Export Processing Zone (Philippines)
- Madras Export Processing Zone (India)
- Mauritius Export Processing Zone Association
- Marine Environmental Quality
- Marine Equivalent (gaming)
- Married Enlisted Quarters
- Middle East Quarterly (journal; est. 1994)
- Ministere de l'Education du Quebec
- Mitsubishi Electric Quality
- Modified Essay Question
- Music Experience Questionnaire (psychology)
- Middle East Quality Association (Dubai, UAE)
- Minnesota Environmental Quality Board
- Marine Environmental Quality Committee
- Medicaid Eligibility Quality Control
- Minnesota Environmental Quality Council (now Minnesota Environmental Quality Board)
- Medication Error Quality Initiative (North Carolina; nursing-home medication-error reporting)
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5 milliequivalent (meq) per kg-1 at day seven, compared with 0.
The epidemiologic literature indicates that the risk of unintentional fatal overdose jumps at more than 120 milliequivalents of morphine per day, a value that "exceeds my comfort zone," Dr.
2+]] are concentrations in milliequivalents per 100 mL (m.
19 milliequivalents peroxidic oxygen per kilogram of sample (meq Peroxide/kg Oil).
Total alkalinity was determined by standard titration methods (Eaton 1995) and reported as milliequivalents per liter bicarbonate.
0 phr (21), which corresponds to 3 milliequivalents concentration.
The chemical composition of the CambrianVendian aquifer system is very variable and is expressed by mean ions as follows (by decreasing succession in milliequivalent percentage; in brackets--the average Ba content in mg/L): HC[O.