mole percent


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mole percent

[′mōl pər‚sent]
(chemistry)
Percentage calculation expressed in terms of moles rather than weight.
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Key statement: An elastomeric composition incorporating a hydrocarbon polymer modifier including piperylene, cyclic pentadiene and aromatic components, and having a softening point from 80[degrees]C to 160[degrees]C, z-average molecular weight greater than 10,000, and at least 1 mole percent aromatic hydrogen, based on the total moles of hydrogen in the modifier.
The UV-absorbing polymer has an average molecular weight of at least 2000 and comprises at least 5 mole percent of the first pendant group.
40, 60, 80 indicate the mole percent of triethoxysillyl groups in hydroxyl groups of PHEMA.
Lankford and Nimitz said that a refrigerant they designated R-12A (a near azeotropic blend of 13 mole percent CF3I and 87 mole percent HFC-152a) was put in service in a small R-12 instrumental refrigerator, without an oil change, and run for more than 1,500 hours without any apparent problems.