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EMThem (slang; usually written 'em)
EMElectronic Mail
EMEmployment
EMEminem
EMEmoticon
EMEmergency Medicine
EMEmerging Markets
EMElectronic Music
EMEddie Murphy
EMEnvironmental Management
EMEmergency Management
EMElectromagnetic(s)
EMEnd of Medium
EMElectron Microscopy
EMEffective Microorganisms
EMElectronic Media
EMElectron Microscope
EMEnergy Management
EME-Mail Me
EMExxonMobil
EMExpectation Maximization (algorithm)
EMExtreme Makeover
EMEsclerosis Multiple (Spanish: Multiple Sclerosis)
EMExperimental Model
EMEngineering Mechanics (various schools)
EMEnterprise Manager
EMÉcole de Management (French: Management School)
EMElectronic Monitoring (various locations)
EMEngineering Manager
EMExercise Manual
EMEncephalomyelitis (inflammation of brain and spinal cord)
EMEnd-user Manual
EMExpress Mail
EMExecutive Manager (US DoD)
EMElectronic Manual
EMEnterprise Management
EMElliot Minor (band)
EMElectromechanical
EMEvaluation Model
EMEnlisted Marine (US DoD)
EMEmergency Manager
EMElectronic Musician
EMEngineering Model
EMEncyclopedia of Mormonism
EMExplanatory Memorandum (Australia and UK)
EMElectronic Module
EMEnrollment Management (educational institutions)
EMEarly Minoan (time period)
EMEngineer of Mines (mining engineer)
EMEnergia Metabolizável (French: Metabolizable Energy)
EMExtensions Manager (Apple)
EMEnlisted Military
EMEnvironmental Mycobacteria
EMEnd of Medium (ITU-T)
EMElectron Micrograph
EMElectromotive (voltage as an electromotive force)
EMEconomics and Management
EMElement Manager
EMEngine Modification
EMExternal Modulation (Pirelli)
EMEnvironmental Module
EMExpanded Memory
EMEnd Matched
EMEnergy Maneuverability
EMEmasculated Male
EMElectronic Marketplace
EMEquipment Module
EMElectromigration
EMElement Management (Sprint)
EMEnvironmental Monitor
EMExtraintestinal Manifestation
EMExecutive Minister
EMExecution Management
EMEnvironment Monitor (SONET)
EMEnergetic Material
EMExecution Monitor
EMEuroMetaux (European Association of Non-Ferrous Metals)
EMElectrician's Mate (US Navy rating)
EMEnabled Mail (Internet)
EMEducation Manual
EMElectric Mirrors (automotive classifieds)
EMElectromagnetic Conductivity
EMEconomy and Management
EMError Monitor
EMException Monitor
EMEarl Marshall (British)
EMElectron Migration
EMEstimate-Maximize
EMEngineering Memorandum
EMEquivalent Men
EMEuroMARC (European Union trademark registration database)
EMWidth of Capital m (unit of measurement)
EMEastern Megalopolis
EMDepartment of Electromechanics
EME-Box-M-CAT
EMErratus Monks (gaming)
EMQuantity of Structure Excavation without Shoring (Colorado Department of Transportation)
EMDepartment of Energy Office of Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management
EMEngineer(ing) Manual (USACE)
EMEdgemoor & Manetta Railway
EMEnlisted Man/Men/Member
EMEtna and Montrose Railroad
EMQuantity of Structure Excavation with Shoring (Colorado Department of Transportation)
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Sequence 2--Post-compression condition, strain rate of [10.sup.-1] [s.sup.-1]--martensitic-bainitic microstructure with a small volume fraction of pearlite and retained austenite--scanning electron micrograph
Caption: Low-temperature scanning electron micrograph of ice cream after hardening and temperature-abusive storage, showing a large increase in ice crystal size, resulting in a coarsening of texture.
Figure 2 shows the scanning electron micrographs of various stages of this optimization experiments.
An electron micrograph (TEM) of deadly cluster of mrsa straphylococcus aureus bacteria Violet Confrey
Chronic Tanner Labs, a division of Tanner Research, today said it will begin offering scanning electron micrograph (SEM) services in its MEMS R&D and Fabrication Facility in Pasadena, Calif.
Volk's electron micrograph images show that the crystallized cells disintegrate if water contacts them.
ODD BEDFELLOWS...An electron micrograph of a microsopic dust mite, which feeds off the dead skin of humans and animals.
The accompanying electron micrograph shows good distribution of the silica particles.
Figure 2 shows an optical micrograph and a scanning electron micrograph of a fully fabricated microheating element.
In this colored scanning electron micrograph, killer T-lymphocytes (orange), which are part of the body's immune system, have released a chemical that is killing a cancer cell (pink).
PHOTO : An electron micrograph illustrates the extreme uniformity of gauge and permeability of the Exxon "Exxaire" breathable film product.