A unit of quantity of substance; one kilogram-molecule is a quantity such that the number of molecules it contains is equal to Avogadro's constant. A predecessor of the mole.

R. K. Sas and F. B Pidduck.
The Metre-Kilogram-Second System of Electrical Units.
London: Methuen and Co., 1947.

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