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What does AE stand for?
AE stands for Aerosol
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We have 89 other meanings of AE in our Acronym Attic
- Advanced Energy (various locations)
- Advanced Exchange
- Adverse Effect
- Adverse Event
- Adverse Event (clinical trials)
- Aero Postale (clothing manufacturer)
- Aerobic Exercise
- Aeromedical Evacuation
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Aerospace Education
- Aerospace Engineers/Aerospace Engineering
- African Enterprise Ltd (New South Wales, Australia)
- After Earth (Titan A.e.)
- After Effects (Adobe software)
- Age Equivalent
- Age Exploration
- Aggregate Expenditures (economics)
- Agricultural Engineer/Agricultural Engineering
- Agricultural Engineering (various schools)
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The Aerosol Propellants Safety Manual (Aerosol Propellants: Considerations for Effective Handling in the Aerosol Plant and Laboratory) is now available from the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA).
Using a CSIRO climate model that takes into account the effect of atmospheric aerosols, the scientists found that aerosol build-up in the northern hemisphere--the main source of global aerosols--could drive changes in atmospheric and oceanic circulation in the southern hemisphere.
TeeMark has announced the addition of a new aerosol crusher to its line of can, pail, aerosol, and drum crushers.
To the Editor: We have reviewed the literature cited in Tellier's Review of Aerosol Transmission of Influenza A Virus (1) and disagree that it supports the conclusions drawn regarding the importance of aerosols in natural influenza infection.
The team concludes that the balance between El Ninos and aerosols in the atmosphere accounts for about 70 percent of the year-to-year differences in Caribbean-coral bleaching.
However, your comment that the hotel is using "environmentally-friendly cleaning products, with no aerosol sprays" is misleading.
In the in vivo experiments, rats inhaled an ultrafine titanium dioxide aerosol of 22 nm count median diameter.