Definition of Mole:
Metric (SI) unit of amount (not mass or weight) of a substance. One mole is defined as the amount of substance containing as many elementary entities (atoms, molecules, ions, electrons, radicals, etc.) as there are atoms in 12 grams of carbon-12 (6.023 x 1023). The mass of one mole of a substance equals its relative molecular mass expressed in grams. Also spelled as mol. Also called gram-molecular weight.
Synonyms of Mole
Abutment, Anchorage, Anchorage ground, Arc-boutant, Arch dam, Backstop, Bamboo curtain, Bank, Bar, Barrage, Barrier, Basin, Bat, Beam, Bear-trap dam, Beaver dam, Benign tumor, Berth, Bilge, Birthmark, Blackhead, Blain, Blaze, Bleb, Blemish, Blind man, Blister, Blob, Blotch, Boom, Boss, Bow, Brand, Breakwater, Breastwork, Brick wall, Bubble, Buffer, Bulb, Bulge, Bulkhead, Bulla, Bulwark, Bump, Bunch, Burl, Button, Buttress, Buttress pier, Buttressing, Cahot, Callosity, Callus, Cancer, Carcinoma, Caste mark, Check, Checkmark, Chine, Cicatrix, Clump, Cofferdam, Comedo, Condyle, Convex, Corn, Crack, Crater, Craze, Cut, Cyst, Dam, Dapple, Defacement, Defect, Defense, Deformation, Deformity, Dike, Discoloration, Disfiguration, Disfigurement, Distortion, Ditch, Dock, Dockage, Dockyard, Dot, Dowel, Dry dock, Ear, Earmark, Earthwork, Embankment, Engraving, Excrescence, Fault, Fence, Flange, Flap, Flaw, Fleck, Flick, Flying buttress, Freckle, Fungosity, Fungus, Gall, Gash, Gate, Gnarl, Graving, Gravity dam, Groin, Growth, Hack, Handle, Hanging buttress, Harbor, Harborage, Haven, Hemangioma, Hickey, Hill, Hump, Hunch, Hydraulic-fill dam, Intumescence, Iron curtain, Jam, Jetty, Jog, Joggle, Jot, Jutty, Keloid, Kink, Knob, Knot, Knur, Knurl, Landing, Landing place, Landing stage, Leaping weir, Lentigo, Levee, Lip, Logjam, Loop, Lump, Macula, Malignant growth, Marina, Mark, Marking, Metastatic tumor, Milium, Milldam, Moat, Moorings, Morbid growth, Mottle, Mound, Mountain, Needle scar, Neoplasm, Nevus, Nick, Nonmalignant tumor, Notch, Nub, Nubbin, Nubble, Outgrowth, Papilloma, Parapet, Patch, Peg, Pier, Pier buttress, Pimple, Pit, Pock, Pockmark, Point, Polka dot, Port, Port-wine mark, Port-wine stain, Portcullis, Prick, Protected anchorage, Proud flesh, Puncture, Pustule, Quay, Rampart, Retaining wall, Rib, Ridge, Rift, Ring, Road, Roadblock, Roads, Roadstead, Rock-fill dam, Sarcoma, Scab, Scar, Scarification, Score, Scotch, Scratch, Scratching, Seaport, Seawall, Sebaceous cyst, Shipyard, Shoulder, Shutter dam, Slip, Speck, Speckle, Spine, Splash, Split, Splotch, Spot, Stain, Stigma, Stone wall, Strawberry mark, Stud, Sty, Style, Tab, Tattoo, Tattoo mark, The blind, The sightless, The unseeing, Tick, Tittle, Track, Tubercle, Tubercule, Tumor, Twist, Verruca, Vesicle, Wale, Wall, Warp, Wart, Watermark, Weal, Weir, Welt, Wen, Wharf, Whitehead, Wicket dam, Work
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