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MOL

abbr.
Manned Orbital Laboratory

mol

abbr. Chemistry
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mol

the chemical symbol for
(Units) mole3
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mol.

1. molecular.
2. molecule.
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Noun1.mol - the molecular weight of a substance expressed in gramsmol - the molecular weight of a substance expressed in grams; the basic unit of amount of substance adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
metric weight unit, weight unit - a decimal unit of weight based on the gram
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Against Motherwell last week, Mols could have ended up with a hat-trick.
Rob Jansen warned they will walk away from contract negotiations if Gers can't work out a suitable deal for Mols (right) by the middle of this week.
With Steven Thompson cup-tied and Shota Arveladze out of sorts, Rangers fans are clamouring for Dutchman Mols to partner Ronald de Boer at Hampden.
Mols also denies that he has ever been involved in any bust-up with Alex McLeish since the new man took over as manager.
Mols was delighted his old club drew the Hoops but is convinced they face a huge task against Neil Lennon's side.
Mols said: "I think I am going to take a handkerchief out with me.
With Steven Thompson cup tied and Shota Arveladze out of sorts Rangers fans are clamouring for Mols to partner Ronald de Boer at Hampden.
They saw a welcome glimpse of the old Mols as he twisted, turned and tormented Dunfermline.
If Mols fails to beat that deadline, Advocaat believes it be all over for the goal-grabber at Ibrox.
The reason for Mols' sentimentality over the2003success,part of the Ibrox club's treble, is not just because he picked up his first proper winner's medal at Rangers.
Mols looked certain to join fellow Dutchman Arthur Numan and Argentinian ace Claudio Caniggia on the way out of Ibrox, but has agreed a new one-year deal.
Rangers' boss Alex McLeish will go Dutch with Mols partnering Ronald de Boer in attack.