gram-molecule


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gram-mol·e·cule

the amount of a substance with a mass in grams equal to its molecular weight; for example, a gram-molecule of dihydrogen weighs 2.016 g, that of water 18.015 g.

gram-mol·e·cule

(gram-mol'i-kyūl)
The amount of a substance with a mass in grams equal to its molecular weight; e.g., a gram-molecule of hydrogen weighs 2.016 g, that of water 18.015 g.

gram-molecule

see mole (2).