Definition of Gram atom

1. Noun. The quantity of an element whose weight in grams is numerically equal to the atomic weight of the element.

Exact synonyms: Gram-atomic Weight
Generic synonyms: Metric Weight Unit, Weight Unit



Definition of Gram atom

1. Noun. (chemistry) The amount of an element whose mass in grams is that of its atomic weight ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gram Atom

gram-negative anaerobic cocci
gram-negative bacteria
gram-negative bacterial infections
gram-negative chemolithotrophic bacteria
gram-negative facultatively anaerobic rods
gram-negative oxygenic photosynthetic bacteria
gram-positive
gram-positive asporogenous rods
gram-positive bacteria
gram-positive bacterial infections
gram-positive cocci
gram-positive endospore-forming bacteria
gram-positive endospore-forming rods
gram-positive rods
gram.
gram atom (current term)
gram calorie
gram calories
gram equivalent
gram molecule
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Literary usage of Gram atom

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1. Principles of Chemistry by Joel Henry Hildebrand (1918)
"gram-atom (16 g.) of oxygen. Since 127.2 g. of copper is 2 gram-atoms, 1 gram-atom is 63.6 g. Hence the atomic weight of copper is 63.6. ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1912)
"The heat capacity of liquid sodium has been determined by Bernini,1 and found to be 7.68 cal. per gram atom. The molal heat capacity of hydrogen was taken ..."

3. Thermochemistry by Julius Thomsen (1908)
"+ hh as the thermal value due to the union of i gram-atoms of hydrogen to a carbon gram-atom. Representing this value by zc.h, we have— ic. h = 29-80 Cal. ..."

4. Manual of Chemistry: A Guide to Lectures and Laboratory Work for Beginners by William Simon (1916)
"For the sake of convenience the terms gram-atom and gram-molecule are often used in connection with volumetric work, and refer, of course, to the atomic or ..."

5. Elements of Electro-chemistry: Treated Experimentally by Robert Theodor Wilhelm Lüpke (1903)
"This result means that 17500 gram-calories disappear during the process of ionising one gram-atom of copper; so that the ion of copper is richer in energy, ..."

6. American Fuels by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1922)
"STEAMING (4) C + H2O = H2 + CO - 28800 cal. per gram atom of carbon. This reaction occurs while the carbon is at a temperature greater than 1000°C. ..."

7. Elements of Electro-chemistry: Treated Experimentally by Robert Theodor Wilhelm Lüpke, Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir (1903)
"This result means that 17500 gram-calories disappear during the process of ionising one gram-atom of copper; so that the ion of copper is richer in energy, ..."

8. A System of Physical Chemistry by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, James Rice (1919)
"Let us take as our unit of mass the gram-mole or gram-atom (in the case of monatomic substances), and we then can write— r <tU c» = dr- NOTE. ..."

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