But simulations show that these explosions have an insufficient quantity of neutrons.
What does IQ stand for?
IQ stands for Insufficient Quantity
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of IQ
We have 10 other meanings of IQ in our Acronym Attic
- Incremental Quantization
- Indefinite Quantity contract
- Indication of Quality (Nortel)
- Indy Quotient (computer game score)
- Information Quality
- Inhibitory Quotient
- Initial Qualification Training
- Input Queuing
- Installation Qualification
Samples in periodicals archive:
A team member had put an insufficient quantity of fuel into the car, thereby resulting in the car having to be stopped on the circuit in order to be able to provide the required amount for sampling purposes," explained the FIA in a statement.
Infection with HIV alters the immunologic landscape, most markedly noted in impaired quality and insufficient quantity of CD4 helper T cells, and dysregulated cytokine expression resulting from persistent antigen stimulation.
The chemist was unable to perform definitive tests due to an insufficient quantity of urine in the sample and the result was officially negative, but the stewards were informed there was "a clear indication of the presence of a prohibited substance".
A beacon signals the fill station operator that a a bin has insufficient quantity to complete a set of batch charge units.