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QRQueensland Rail (Australia)
QRQuintana Roo
QRQuick Release
QRQuarter
QRQatar Airways (IATA airline code)
QRQuick Response
QRQualitative Research
QRQualitative Reasoning
QRQuire
QRQuality Review
QRQuiet Riot (band)
QRQueensryche
QRQatari Riyal (national currency)
QRQuantitative Research
QRQuadratic Residue
QRQuick Reaction
QRQuadrupole Resonance
QRQuality-Related Research
QRQuantitative Restriction
QRQuestion/Réponse (French for Question/Answer)
QRQueue Ranking (eMule)
QRQueen's Rook (chess)
QRQuotation Request
QRQuick Recall
QRQueen's Rangers (1st American Regiment)
QRQualification Requirement
QRQuasi-Regular
QRQuantity Requested
QRQuantcast Rank (website ranking company)
QRQuery Vehicle Register (police incident code; New Zealand)
QRQuad Right
QRQualitative Restrictions
QRQuake Rally
QRQuestionable Refund
QRQuestionable Return
QRQuantity Release Rate
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Based on the Voshchinnikov and Farafonov (VF) code [57], it has been shown that in longitudinal polarization as the aspect-ratio of a nano-rod increases, the dipole plasmon resonance gradually is red-shifted and the quadrupole resonance peak, which is larger than the dipole peak in a nano-sphere, is further faded [29].
InVision's wholly owned subsidiary Quantum Magnetics develops detection systems for weapons, narcotics, explosives and other threats based on quadrupole resonance and other proprietary magnetic sensing technologies.
The fluxional behavior of 2,6-dimethylphenyl(pentachlorocyclopentadienyl)mercury (II) has been examined in solution by variable temperature NMR spectroscopy and by Nuclear Quadrupole resonance (NQR) spectroscopy in the solid state.
Quantum Magnetics, of InVision Technologies, was awarded $2 million from the Federal Aviation Ad-ministration to improve the detection performance and throughput of its proprietary quadrupole resonance (QR) technology and to develop a hand-held QR-based explosive detection system.
125 million to accelerate development of its new generation of landmine detection systems based on its quadrupole resonance technology.