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 (mmol) [mil´ĭ-mōl]
one thousandth (10−3) of a mole (see mole1).

mil·li·mole (mmol),

One thousandth of a gram-molecule.


/mil·li·mole/ (mmol) (-mōl) one thousandth (10−3) of a mole.

millimole (mmol, mM)

Etymology: L, mille + moles, mass
a unit of metric measurement that is equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a mole. It is the amount of a substance that corresponds to its formula mass in milligrams.


(mmol) (mil'i-mōl)
One thousandth of a gram-molecule.


one thousandth (10−3) part of a mole; symbol mmol.
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In a report sent to the FDA after the boy's death, Burzynski's staff acknowledged that his last blood sample, taken the day he passed away, showed a blood sodium level of 205 millimoles per litre, a level that is typically fatal.
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In a revealing 2010 study, scientists reported that similar protection of mitochondrial function that is seen with some other compounds (such as quercetin, hydroxytyrosol, and resveratrol) at high dietary concentrations measured in millimoles occurs with PQQ at dietary concentrations measured in nanomoles.
5 millimoles per litre, something the DNAzyme community mostly ignores," says Dave Perrin, a bio-organic chemist at UBC.