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mi·cro·mole (mcmol),

(mī'krō-mōl), It is recommended that, in handwritten material and in computer work, this word be written in full, because both human beings and computers may misread the abbreviation μmol as mmol. Alternatively the abbreviation mcmol may be used.
One millionth of a mole.

mi·cro·mole

(mcmol) (mī'krō-mōl)
One millionth of a mole.

micromole

(mi'kro-mol)
One millionth, 10-6, of a mole.
See: mole (1)
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A micromole of arsenic weighs about 7/100,000ths of a gram.
Thus, we propose that the mechanisms of the inhibition of oxygen permeability and surface tension have to be different for soluble, short hydrocarbon chain surfactants, whereas the gas permeability is already inhibited in the micromole concentration range.
One unit of tannase activity was defined as the amount of enzyme required to liberate one micromole of gallic acid per minute under defined reaction conditions.
As a consequence of the above studies, the rates of ethanol metabolism via the oxidative and the nonoxidative pathways recently have been compared in rat pancreatic acini incubated with the same concentration of alcohol (100 micromole (2) [[micro]M]).
Trolox, a water-soluble vitamin E analog, is used as the calibration standard and the ORAC result is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent (TE) per gram.
Trypsin activity was measured as the average change in optical density per minute at 247 nm and then converted to units per g wet weight of hepatopancreas (1 unit = 1 micromole of TAME hydrolyzed per minute).
Corals can tolerate only small amounts of nutrients -- one micromole of dissolved inorganic nitrogen and 0.
One unit of specific activity (Usp) was calculated as the amount of enzyme that liberated one micromole ([micro]M) of glucose, xylose or its reducing sugar equivalent per minute per mL of enzyme per mg of extracellular protein under the conditions of the assay.
The pattern of variation in NRA was similar to that of nitrate supply rate (NSR) expressed as micromole [[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]]-N available per 1 g fresh shoot per hour, assuming that all nitrate absorbed by roots was transported to shoots (Table 3).
One unit of lipase is defined as "the amount of enzyme which releases one micromole fatty acid per minute under specified assay conditions".
1], in which one unit (U) is the amount the CGTase that catalyzes the production of one micromole of [beta]-CD per minute under the reaction conditions.
2] (0, 100, 200 and 400 micromole per liter) as factor B which is used for any mentioned varieties.