The irradiation effect is thus found to be highly significant regarding the average root length parameter.
What does IE stand for?
IE stands for Irradiation Effect
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- Internationale Enheder (Danish: International Units; medicine)
- Internet Explorer (Microsoft)
- Interrupt Enable Register (Intel 8051 Microcontroller register)
- Inverted Elevation
- Investment Efficiency
- Investment Entity (IRS Form 5500)
- Ion Exchange
- Ionization Energy
- Ireland (top level domain name)
- Iridescent Effect
- Solomon Airlines (airline code)
- Internet Explorer Automatic Component Activation
- International Enterprise Singapore
- Integrated Engineering & Design
- Installations, Energy and Environment (US Army)
- Ionosphere Explorer-A
- Inter-Embedded Artificial Magnetic Conductor
- Ion-Exchange High Performance Liquid Chromatography
- Immediate Early 1 Protein (virology)
- Immediate-Early Gene Product 1
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was an internationally recognized Japanese scientist who contributed significantly to the field of high energy particle irradiation effects in metals.
A further study of the irradiation effect on plain yogurt is needed for clarification and practical application.
The irradiation effect on the reproducibility of the blend containing XL-UHMWPE particles was investigated, as shown in Fig.
Also El-Niely, (1996) has been concluded that moisture content of feed ingredients is the main factor for gamma irradiation effects.
They found that the irradiation effects on HDPE were more dependent on temperature than those on LDPE.