EBE

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AcronymDefinition
EBEEat or Be Eaten
EBEEcho Bridge Entertainment (various locations)
EBEExcédent Brut d'Exploitation (French accounting)
EBEExecutable Backends
EBEEmpty New Base Expression
EBEEuropean Biopharmaceutical Enterprises (trade association)
EBEEntité Biologique Extraterrestre (French: Extraterrestrial Biological Entity)
EBEEntidad Biológica Extraterrestre (Spanish: Extraterrestrial Biological Entity)
EBEExtraterrestrial Biological Entity
EBEEmployee Business Expense (taxes)
EBEEvidence-Based Education
EBEExpert by Experience (various organizations)
EBEEncyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
EBEEuropean Brandenburg Ensemble
EBEEuropean Bridges Ensemble (electronic musicians)
EBEElectron Beam Evaporation (semi-conductor industry)
EBEEnhanced Blog Edition (software)
EBEElger Bay Elementary (Camano Island, WA)
EBEElectronic Battlefield Environment
EBEe-Business Engineering
EBEEvent-By-Event
EBEEnglish for Business and Economics
EBEElectron Binding Energy
EBEEuropean Bureau for the Environment
EBEElectronic Brain Enhancement (from BBC comedy series Look Around You)
EBEEnterprise Business Entity
EBEEvaluation Basis Event
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Based on the standard electron binding energy data of the elements, although the tourmaline samples differ in color, their main chemical components are similar; they all contain Al, Si, Na, O, F, B, and other elements.
In the pink, yellow, and blue samples, the electron binding energy of the strongest Fe2p3/2 component are 710.5, 710.6, and 710.6 eV, respectively, coinciding with the electron binding energy of Fe2p3/2 in [Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3], indicating that Fe is mainly in the [Fe.sup.3+] chemical state and coordinates with O.
Table 2 lists the inner electron binding energy data for mineralized samples with MMT and without MMT.
The electron binding energy of a hydrated electron has been speculated to be 3.3 eV, although no direct measurement has been performed.
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