amount of substance

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amount of substance

[ə′mau̇nt əv ′səb·stəns]
(chemistry)
A measure of the number of elementary entities present in a substance or system; usually measured in moles.
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It develops from abnormal moles, so the risk of being diagnosed with a melanoma is linked to the number of moles a patient has.
This may be explained by the larger number of moles of gas generated by the chemical reactions, as shown on Fig.
The researchers studied tens of thousands of surveys where women had been asked about the number of moles they had along with other relevant questions.
Therefore, the number of moles H2 gas absorbed in metal hydride = [n.
The data showed an inverse correlation between telomere length and smoking and age, while there was a positive correlation between the number of moles on arms and telomere length.
According to Faraday's Law, the number of moles of material plated at a cathode is proportional to the number of moles of electrons transferred at that electrode (2) or:
Q I HAVE lots of freckles and a number of moles on my skin.
The chemical part is defined as the ratio of the true number of moles in associated state to the number of moles in the monomeric state.
Their success is measured by the number of moles they get others in the organization to whack.
While most experts agree that sunscreen is not a magic bullet, research has shown that heavy sunscreen use lowers the risk of squamous skin cell cancer and reduces the number of moles, which can turn cancerous later.

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