DCE

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DCEDistributed Computing Environment (OSF)
DCEData Circuit-terminating Equipment
DCEDivision of Continuing Education
DCEData Communications Equipment
DCEDelhi College of Engineering
DCEDichloroethene
DCEDiretorio Central Dos Estudantes
DCEDichloroethylene (CAS Number 540-59-0)
DCEData Center Ethernet (Cisco)
DCEDirector of Christian Education
DCEDossier de Consultation des Entreprises
DCEDalian Commodity Exchange (Chinese commodities exchange focusing primarily on agriculture)
DCEDead Code Elimination
DCEDiabetes Care and Education
DCEData Collection Event
DCEData Center Efficiency
DCEDepartment of Civil Engineering
DCEDepartment of Chemical Engineering
DCEDefense Coordinating Element (MSCA)
DCEDrum Corps Europe
DCEDiploma in Civil Engineering
DCEData Circuit Equipment
DCEDistributed Computing Equipment
DCEData Carrier Equipment
DCEDroplet Combustion Experiment
DCEDie Casting Engineer (magazine)
DCEDynamic Channel Equalizer
DCEDigital Cellular Equipment
DCEDocumented Categorical Exclusion
DCEDirectie Cultureel Erfgoed (Dutch: direction for cultural heritage)
DCEDiploma in Computer Engineering
DCEDigital Communications Experiment
DCEDivision of Chemistry and the Environment (International Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry)
DCEDiversified Cooperative Education
DCEDisability Coalition on Education
DCEDirectorate of Continuing Education
DCEDigital Communication Equipment
DCEDynamic Clergy Europe
DCEDutch Caribbean Airline (Netherlands Antilles, ICAO code)
DCEDefense Combat Evaluation
DCEDirectie Coordinatie Emancipatiebeleid (Dutch: Management Coordination Emancipation Policy; Netherlands)
DCEDetector Control Electronics
DCEDivision of Comparative Endocrinology (Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology )
DCEDistributed Component Environment
DCEDisque Compact Enregistrable (French: Writeable compact disk)
DCEDisaster Coordinating Element (FEMA)
DCEDirection de la Coopération Européenne (French: Directorate for European Cooperation; France and EU)
DCEDisaster Communications Equipment (FEMA)
DCEDepartment of Cancer Epidemiology
DCEDesign Construction Evaluation (USACE)
DCEDeployment Control Electronics
DCEDatabase Consultants Europe
DCEData Capture Equipment
DCEDigital Channel Equipment
DCEDelta Computer Education
DCEDisaster Control Element
DCEDual Cycle Ergometer
DCEDamascus Cutting Effect
DCEDistributed Carrier Equipment
DCEDark Cauldron Entertainment (record label)
DCEDistributed Collaborative Execution
DCEDepth Chart Engineering (football slang)
DCEDefense Contract Executive
DCEDestruction, Creation, Evolution (D.C.E. Records; Adleaide Australia)
DCEDoppler Compensation Enabled
DCEDepartment of Correctional Education (Virginia)
DCEDigital Camera Eyepiece
DCEDirective Cadre sur l'Eau (French: Framework Directive on Water)
DCEDependent Care Expense
DCEDynamic Contrast Enhanced (medical tests)
DCEDictionary of Contemporary English
DCEDirection du Contre-Espionnage (French: Directorate of Counter-Espionage; Algeria)
DCEDivision of Clinical Epidemiology (various locations)
DCEDynamic Collaborative Environment
DCEDingman Center for Entrepreneurship (University of Maryland)
DCEDuke Corporate Education (est. 2000)
DCEDiscounted Cash Flow to Equity (method of valuation; usually seen as DCFE)
DCEDistributed Computing Environment
DCEDental Continuing Education (various organizations)
References in periodicals archive ?
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dichlorodiphenyl dichloroethene (DDE) in human milk: Effects on growth, morbidity, and duration of lactation.
Initially, the DEQ was concerned about the elevated levels of dichloroethene.
Dichloroethene and dichloroethane could be degradation products of tetrachloroethene and trichloroethane and, in fact, were found only at sites where one of the latter also was found.
Contaminants at the site included chlorinated free phase or Dense Non Aqueous Phase Liquids (DNAPLs), trichloroethene (TCE), isomers of dichloroethene (DCE), and other chlorinated solvents.
Investigators found ketones, volatile aromatic hydrocarbons, acetophenone, 1-1 dichloroethene, vinyl chloride and arsenic.
They include tetrachloroethene (PCE), and its breakdown chemicals, trichloroethene (TCE), dichloroethene (DCE) and vinyl chloride.
Groundwater sampling identified a larger than expected plume of contaminants, including trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloro-ethylene [perchloroethylene (PCE)], along with lesser amounts of TCA, dichloroethane, dichloroethene, methylene chloride, vinyl chloride, Freon 113, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs), with total ground-water VOC concentrations ranging from 5 to > 500 [micro]g/L [New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) 2003].
Childhood growth and exposure to dichiorodiphenyl dichloroethene and polychlorinated biphenyls.
Effects of perinatal polychlori-nated biphenyls and dichlorodiphenyl dichloroethene on later development.