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mm

(mechanics)

mm

Abbr. for “millimeter.”

mm

(networking)
The country code for Myanmar (Burma).

MM

(1) See millimeter, multimode fiber and Multiple Master.

(2) (Thousand X Thousand) One million.

(3) (Moving Magnet) See phono cartridge.
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Like the coal studies, Figure 5 shows swelling ratio profiles where the swelling ratio data are plotted as a function of millimoles of second solvent added per gram of dry kerogen.
where the concentrations of these ions (Na, K, Ca, and Mg) are expressed in millimole of charge/L.
mEq or milliequivalent (confused with millimole or mmol)
Getting down to within a normal weight for your height can help you lop as much as one millimole per litre off your cholesterol level.
To convert urine cadmium from micrograms per gram creatinine to nanomoles per millimole creatinine, multiply by 1.
NOTE: These results demonstrate the importance of conducting economic analysis based on health outcomes as opposed surrogate endpoints, such as cost per millimole reduction in cholesterol concentration.
897, and creatinine-adjusted UCd values originally reported as nanomoles per millimole creatinine were converted to micrograms per gram creatinine by dividing by 1.
We estimated the change in log odds of having cryptorchidism or hypospadias per millimole increase in PCB level using conditional logistic regression, conditioned on study center (12 strata).
ex]), defined as the arithmetic mean of the z-scores for blood lead concentration; [SIGMA]3PCBs; dioxin-like activity in serum measured by the chemically activated luciferase expression (CALUX) bioassay; urinary excretion of cadmium per millimole creatinine; and urinary excretion of 1-hydroxypyrene per millimole creatinine [[I.
Furthermore, for every millimole per liter increase in urinary creatinine, NP concentration increased by 8.