HBN

AcronymDefinition
HBNHigh Bandwidth Networking
HBNHerbalife Broadcast Network
HBNHot Boxing News (website)
HBNHexagonal Boron Nitride
HBNBrinell Hardness (metallurgy)
HBNHealth Building Notes
HBNHandmade Beauty Network (trade organization)
HBNHate by Numbers (Internet video series)
HBNHealth-Based Numbers
HBNHomeBrew Network (gaming)
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Meeting HBN, as the Weekly Review publisher was known in journalist circles, was an achievement on its own.
New Helicoverpa armigera Hbn cell line from larval hemocyte for baculovirus studies.
In France Ostrinia nubilalis (Hbn., 1796), females from maize-Z and mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris L.) races mated with homospecific males in 95% of the cases, indicating a lack of hybridization between them (Malausa et al.
Yet the HBN alternative leaves in place a ledge that also proves
Hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), for example, consists of stacked sheets, each sheet being built of covalently bonded boron and nitrogen atoms in a hexagonal shape, resembling the structure of graphite.
The Pharos tool was developed by the Healthy Building Network (HBN) as part of a suite of tools to evaluate the health and environmental impact of building materials.
Hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) nanosheets are 2D crystalline form of hBN, which have a thickness of one to few atomic layers.
One proposed Raman enhancement mechanism of hBN is the interface dipole interaction with analyte molecules, which causes symmetry-related perturbation in the CuPc molecule [13].
These results indicated that the hBN inhibited the steamer propagation and enhanced the breakdown voltage.
Jones Walker LLP and HBN Law acted as legal counsel to PCIGA.
Yongsi HBN. Microbiological Evaluation of Drinking Water in a Sub-Saharan Urban Community (Yaounde).