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mo·lar

(mō'lăr), Do not confuse this word with molal.
1. Denoting a grinding, abrading, or wearing away.
2. Synonym(s): molar tooth
3. Massive; relating to a mass; not molecular.
4. Denoting a concentration of 1 g.-molecular weight (1 mol) of solute per liter of solution, the common unit of concentration in chemistry. Compare: molal.
5. Denoting specific quantity, for example, molar volume (volume of 1 mol).
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molar

(mō′lər)
n.
A tooth with a broad crown used to grind food, located behind the premolars.
adj.
1. Relating to the molars.
2. Capable of grinding.
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molar

Chemistry
adjective Referring to the number of moles of solute/L of solution.
 
Dentistry
noun Any of the posterior, multicusped teeth adapted to grinding.
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molar

adjective Referring to the number of moles of solute/L of solution noun Dentistry Any of the posterior, multicusped teeth adapted to grinding Latin mola, millstone. See Peg molar.
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mo·lar

(mō'lăr)
1. Denoting a grinding, abrading, or wearing away.
2. Synonym(s): molar tooth.
3. Massive; relating to a mass; not molecular.
4. Denoting a concentration of 1 gram-molecular weight (1 mol) of solute per liter of solution, the common unit of concentration in chemistry.
Compare: molal
5. Denoting specific quantity, e.g., molar volume (volume of 1 mol).
[L. molaris, relating to a mill, millstone]
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molar

One of the 12 back grinding teeth. From the Latin mola , a grindstone.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

mo·lar

(mō'lăr)
1. Synonym(s): molar tooth.
2. Denoting a grinding or wearing away.
3. Massive; relating to a mass; not molecular.
4. Denoting a concentration of 1 g.-molecular weight (1 mol) of solute per liter of solution, the common unit of concentration in chemistry.
[L. molaris, relating to a mill, millstone]
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