An understanding of the term equivalent weight is necessary to explain normality In its simplest form the term equivalent weight EW means the atomic or molecular weight of an ion atom or molecule divided by its charge valency The atomic weight of Mg2 is 2430 and its valency is 2 making its equivalent weight 1215 Normality N equiv V
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An understanding of the term equivalent weight is necessary to explain normality In its simplest form the term equivalent weight EW means the atomic or molecular weight of an ion atom or molecule divided by its charge valency The atomic weight of Mg2 is 2430 and its valency is 2 making its equivalent weight 1215 Normality N equiv V