As detective stories go, the Mystery of the Missing Xenon may not have the catchiest title.
What does XE stand for?
XE stands for Xenon
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of XE
- Hervey, Quebec, Canada - Hervey / via Rail Service (Airport Code)
- Xerox Document University (Leesburg, VA)
- Xstream Data Unit
- Xplicit Desi Vibes (band)
- XML (Extensible Markup Language) Dictionary Exchange Format
- Chi Epsilon (engineering society)
- Execution Environment (Cisco)
- Extended Edition
- X-Entertainment (website)
- Burroughs Multiuser Minicomputer
- Xperia E1 (Sony)
- Xperiea E4 (smartphone; Sony)
- X-Ray Excited Auger Electron Spectroscopy (also abbreviated XAES)
- Xerox Employee Assistance Program
- X-Ray-Excited Electron Appearance Potential Spectroscopy
- ETH Automated Spectroscopy
- Xiao En Bereavement Care (Malaysia)
- Xmoor Enduro Club (UK; motocross)
- Xenon Chloride (laser)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Tata Xenon is already well-established as an affordable, dual-purpose hard-working lifestyle vehicle in the SA and Namibian market.
XENON headlights use gas-discharge lamps and are electronically controlled.
Said to be developed by experts in solar spectrum simulation, the Suntest XXL/XXL+ uses special xenon lamps specifically designed for weathering testing.
The "Critical Viscosity of Xenon-2" (CVX2) experiment measured the changes in viscosity (resistance to flow) of a xenon sample as it was stirred rapidly and approached the "critical point.
This device is the latest addition to the XENON family of SPI-4.
The Q-Sun 3100 Xenon Test Chamber can offer cost savings of 30-35% over competitive xenon-arc models, according to Q-Panel Lab Products in Cleveland.