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One thousand-millionth of a mole.
- ‘These concentrations are considerably higher than those found in EBC, which are in the low nanomole range.’
- ‘In a table, show how many nanomoles of nitrophenol were produced in each of your enzyme assay tubes.’
- ‘These techniques are considered the reference techniques for the determination of complex mixtures of organic compounds present at nanomole levels in aqueous matrices.’
- ‘Now you know how many nanomoles you need and you know how much 1 nanomole weighs, and you can calculate the mass of how much you add.’
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