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noun Chemistry.
that quantity of a substance whose weight in grams is numerically equal to the molecular weight of the substance.
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Origin of gram molecule

First recorded in 1890–95

OTHER WORDS FROM gram molecule

gram-mo·lec·u·lar [gram-muh-lek-yuh-ler], /ˌgræm məˈlɛk yə lər/, gram-mo·lar [gram-moh-ler], /ˌgræmˈmoʊ lər/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for gram molecule

gram molecule

gram-molecular weight

an amount of a compound equal to its molecular weight expressed in grams: now replaced by the moleSee mole 4

Derived forms of gram molecule

gram-molecular or gram-molar (ˌɡræmˈməʊlə), adjective
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Medical definitions for gram molecule

gram molecule

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