The same thing happens whenever any other form of energy is converted into molar motion.
A molar, a bicuspid, a canine, and an incisor were laid in succession on the table.
The undoubted likeness which their molar teeth show to the temporary teeth of the Platypus have already been commented upon.
Antolycus means his molar—his grinding tooth is set on edge.
I explained that it wasn't the child's molar but the child's funds that I was concerned with.
The degree of ionization of 0.5 molar FeSO4 is taken as 22%.
The buccal glands are arranged in two 717 rows parallel with the molar teeth.
The occurrence is extremely unusual in the other molar teeth of modern men.
In the following table180 are given the molar conductivities, (column 2), of acetic acid of varying concentrations, m (column 1).
The molar formula is the complete one for the Viverridae, viz.
"grinding tooth," mid-14c., from Latin molaris dens "grinding tooth," from mola "millstone," from PIE root *mel- "to rub, grind" (see mill (n.1)). As an adjective in this sense from 1620s. In Old English they were cweornteð "quern-teeth."
molar mo·lar1 (mō'lər)
Relating to or being a solution that contains one mole of solute per liter of solution.
Of, relating to, or characterizing the physical properties of a body of matter as a whole, especially the mass of a body, as opposed to the molecular or atomic properties.
Abbr. M Of, relating to, or being a solution whose concentration is expressed as moles of solute per liter of solution.
Containing one mole of a substance.
A tooth having a crown with three, four, or five cusps on the grinding surface, a bifid root in the lower jaw, and three conical roots in the upper jaw. In permanent dentition, there are three on either side behind the premolars; in deciduous dentition, there are two on either side behind the canines. adj.
Of or relating to the molars.
Capable of grinding.