In science, acronyms are shortened capital letter abbreviations formed from the initial letter or letters of the successive parts or major parts of a compound terms; and are commonly employed to facilitate ease of discussion.

The following are some noted Hmolpedia acronyms:

AG | Anno Goethe
ATP – Adenosine triphosphate
BG | Before Goethe
DNA – Deoxyribonucleic acid
EoHTEncyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics
● HCR | Human chemical reaction (HCR theory)
Hmol (or hmol) - one "human mole" or "human molar" as in human molar science (hmol science)
HMShuman molecular science
HThuman thermodynamics
IoHTInstitute of Human Thermodynamics
JHTJournal of Human Thermodynamics
STPstandard temperature and pressure
θΔcs (or θΔics) – thermodynamics

Some of which are listed in the adjacent dropmenu.

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