RINT

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RINTRéseau International de Néologie et de Terminologie (French: International Network for Terminology and Neology)
RINTRadiation Intelligence
RINTRecovery Interpreter
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"Them as pay rint for me, a course!" the Gardener replied.
(https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/sedlec-ossuary/index.html) Reports say that Rint decorated the 'holy space' with bleached and carved bones.
All participants were randomly assigned to control, LISO, LINT, RINT, RISO, and multiple-frame conditions in either Ukraine or masked format.
The crystalline phases of the powder and sintered ceramics were inspected by X-ray diffraction (XRD; Rigaku RINT 2000/PC), in continuous scanning mode using Cu[K.sub.[alpha]] radiation, in the 2[theta] range between 10[degrees] and 80[degrees].
Crystal data were [C.sub.20][H.sub.27][N.sub.3][O.sub.1] * [C.sub.1][H.sub.2][Cl.sub.2], M = 422.18, monoclinic, space group P21/n, a = 10.0410(4) A, b = 10.0766(2) [Angstrom], c = 21.6398(8), [beta] = 94.002(1) A, V = 2184.2(1) [[Angstrom].sup.3] , Z = 4, [rho] = 1.18mg/[mm.sup.3], [mu](MoK[alpha]) = 0.315 [mm.sup.-1], total reflections = 16561, unique reflections 5022 (Rint 0.04%), and observed reflections 3463.
a [[Angstrom]] 10.6127 (6) Unique (Rint) 4711 b [[Angstrom]] 12.0733 (7) Observed [I > 2[sigma](I)] c [[Angstrom]] 13.5624 (8) Parameters 400 [alpha] [[omicron]] 68.548 (5) Gof 1.035 [beta] [[omicron]] 69.524 (5) R[I > 2[sigma] 0.0519 (I)][a] [gamma] [[omicron]] 85.285 (4) [R.sub.w] (all 0.1352 data)[b] v [[[Angstrom].sup.3]] 1513.10 (15) [a] R = [sigma][parallel]Fo| - |Fc[parallel]/[sigma][absolute value of Fo].
ECMs have been developed especially for the purpose of vehicle power management control and battery management system development and have less parameters, such as the Rint model [9], Thevenin model [10], and PNGV model [11].
The X-ray diffraction analysis was carried out in equipment RX Rigaku RINT 2200 with copper lamp.
The phase analysis of waste was conducted by X-ray diffraction (XRD) at 40 kV and 30 mA with a Rigaku Rint 2000 using Cu Ka radiation, the chemical analysis of the glass waste was carried out via X-ray fluorescence (XRF, Rigaku ZSX Primus, Japan) and melting behaviour of glass waste was studied by a hot stage microscope (Misura 3.32 ODHT HSM 1600-80) with a heating rate of 10[degrees]C/min up to 1400[degrees]C.
Crystal and structure parameters of silver complex [C.sub.40][H.sub.46]Ag[Cl.sub.3][N.sub.2]: volume = 1863.51(11) [Angstrom]3, triclinic, space group P-1, a = 9.8904(3) [Angstrom], b = 11.3602(4) [Angstrom], c = 17.9355(6) [Angstrom], [alpha] = 95.1220(10)[degrees], [beta] = 92.6030 (10)[degrees], [gamma] = 111.2940(10)[degrees], [rho]calcd = 1.370 g/[cm.sup.3], Mo-radiation ([lambda] = 0.71073 [Angstrom]), T = 100(2) K, reflections collected = 19486, independent reflections = 6602 (Rint. = 0.0316), absorption coefficient [mu] = 0.786 [mm.sup.-1], 433 variables converged at R1 = 2.96%, wR2 = 7.70% for all data, with intensity I > 2[sigma](I), the final difference map was 0.513 and -0.437 e[[Angstrom].sup.-3].
The researchers were looking for possibilities of mechanical forces to unlock new types of chemistry, said Professor of Supramolecular Polymer Chemistry, Rint Sijbesma.