Ca2+ ion concentration when dissolving CaCO3 in lactic acid

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    I would like to know how much Ca2+ ions will be produced in a solution containing CaCO3 and lactic acid at equilibrium. 

    Lets say I am dissolving 1g of CaCO3 in 1ml lactic acid (200mM), how much Ca2+ ions are there in the solution at equilibrium state? How if I increase the acid volume to 2ml? (given that other parameters such as acid molarity, temperature, pressure are in constant). 

    I spent a lot of time in literature review but I still haven’t managed to figure out how should I calculate it. Hopefully someone here can help me. 
    Thank you.

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