tried using a an equation that involved multiplying the 4.1 mEq/mL by the formula weight (246) and dividing by 2, the valence. I ended up with 504 mg/ml. I'm stuck after that.

tried using a an equation that involved multiplying the 4.1 mEq/mL by the formula weight (246) and dividing by 2, the valence. I ended up with 504 mg/ml. I'm stuck after that.

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