AgBr

AcronymDefinition
AgBrSilver Bromide
AgBrAustralian Greenhouse Building Rating (energy efficiency)
AgBrAffordable Ground-Based Radar (US Navy)
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The AGBR adds regressors [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] to the regression model.
These results complement the observations made with XRD and indicated that Ag atoms PdAg-band PdAg-c did not remain on the surface or in crystalline agglomerates in the form of AgBr. As a consequence, the Ag atoms were properly integrated into the Pd structure in the catalysts that were synthesized at higher temperatures.
Amorphous Ag-NPs of 20 nm size were prepared from an aqueous solution of AgN[O.sub.3] using argon-hydrogen atmosphere [16] and AgBr in the presence of gelatin [17].
The Greek finance minister said that he would appoint advisors to sell ATEbank (AGBr.AT) and Hellenic Postbank (GPSr.AT) to Piraeus Bank (BOPr.AT).
Raytheon Co.'s Affordable Ground Based Radar (AGBR) passed a critical milestone during a recent United States Marine Corps test in support of the goal to field future radar sensors configured in a tactical and highly mobile design for the Marine Expeditionary Forces worldwide.
[5, 6] have introduced an activity parameter ([phi]) for substrates such as AgBr, AgI, Pb[F.sub.2], LiF, in the catalyzed nucleation of PET studied by DSC in nonisothermal mode.
Materials include AgBr, AgCl, AMTIR, BaF2, BK-7, CAF2, CdTe, CsI, Fused Silica, GaAs, Ge, KBr, KCl, KRS-5, LiF, MgF2, NaCl, Sapphire, Si, Quartz, ZnS, and ZnSe.
Six sets of events produced in collisions of [sup.16]O, [sup.28]Si, [sup.32]S, and [sup.197]Au beams with AgBr group of nuclei in emulsion at AGS and SPS energies, available in the laboratory, are used in the present study.
For the pattern of AgBr@[Ag.sub.3]P[O.sub.4]/[Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4] (Figure 1(c)), besides the peaks of [Ag.sub.3]P[O.sub.4] and [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4], the diffraction peaks of AgBr at 26.6[degrees], 30.9[degrees], 44.3[degrees], and 64.4[degrees] corresponding to the (111), (200), (220), and (400) have also been detected, confirming that AgBr have been formed on the [Ag.sub.3]P[O.sub.4] surface after reaction with NaBr.
In the study of the photocatalyzed [H.sub.2] production from a CH3OH aqueous solution in the presence of AgBr dispersed on a silica support, Kakuta et al.
An emulsion usually consists of a huge number of crystals of silver bromide (AgBr) dispersed in gelatin.
To solve this problem, some noble metals and their derivatives such as Ag, [52], Pt [53], AgBr [54], and CdS [55], have been tried to incorporate with Ti[O.sub.2] forming hybrid photocatalysts [54], which would extend the photocatalytic activity of the photocatalysts into visible light range.