Chemistry Acronyms

Alphabetical Listing of Chemistry Acronyms

  • BEST — Bare Essentials of Surface Transfer
  • BEST — Basic Extractive Sludge Treatment
  • BET — Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (isotherm Equation)
  • BET — Bond Equilibrium Theory
  • BEW — Base (or Biological) Equivalent Weight
  • BEWS — Biological Early Warning Systems
  • BF — Bright Field
  • BFAF — Beamformer Antialiasing Filter
  • BFB — Bubbling Fluidized Bed
  • BFBF — Body Frame Bessel Function
  • BFBR — Biological Fluidized Bed Reactor
  • BFEM — Bright Field Electron Microscopy
  • BFFAR — Benthic Foraminifera Accumulation Rate
  • BFGF — Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor
  • BFR — Brominated Flame Retardant(s)
  • BFS — Blast Furnace Slag
  • BFS — Beam Foil Spectroscopy
  • BFT — Bonded Function Theory
  • BFU-E — Burst-forming Unit-erythroid
  • BGA — Bundesgesundheitamt (German Health Ministry)
  • BGA — Ball Grid Array [electronic Packaging]
  • BGC — Biogeochemical Cycling
  • BGE — Background Electrolyte
  • BGG — Bovine Gamma Globulin
  • BGH — Bovine Growth Hormone
  • BGK — Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook (kinetic-theory Model For Reactive Collisions)
  • BGO — Bismuth Germanium Oxide
  • BGS — Below Ground Surface
  • BH — Barbanis Hamiltonian
  • BHA — 3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole Par
  • BHA — Butylated Hydroxyanisole
  • BHC — Benzene Hexachloride
  • BHET — Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) Terephthalate
  • BHF — Broken-symmetry Hartree-Fock
  • BHGM — Borehole Gravity Meter
  • BHK — Baby Hamster Kidney
  • BHMA — British Hard Metal Association
  • BHMF — Black Hole Mass Functionpar
  • BHMT — Betaine-homocysteine Methyltransferase
  • BHN — Brinell Hardness Number
  • BHP — Bottom-hole Pressure
  • BHR — Bronchial Hyperresponsiveness
  • BHRA — British Hydromechanics Research Association
  • BHSIP — Bottom-hole Shut-in Pressure
  • BHT — Brinell Hardness Test
  • BHT — Bottom-hole Temperature
  • BHT — Butylated Hydroxytoluene
  • BHTV — Borehole Televiewers
  • BI — Bond Increment (method In Calcns. On Large Molecules)
  • BIA — Biochemical Induction Assay
  • BIA — Batch Injection Analysis
  • BIA — Bioelectric Impedance Analysis
  • BIA — Biospecific Interaction Analysis
  • BIAS — Bismuth-active Substance (in Surfactant Concn. Detn. In Environmental Tests)
  • BIB — Blocked Impurity Band
  • BIBRA — British Industrial Biological Research Association
  • BIC — Bragg Ionization Chamber
  • BICFET — Bipolar Inversion Channel Field-effect Transistor
  • BICINE — N N Bis 2 Hydroxyethyl Glycine
  • BICMOS — Bipolar Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
  • BID — Brinell Indentation Diameter
  • BID — Background Information Document
  • BID — Buoyancy Induced Dispersion
  • BIF — Banded Iron-formation
  • BIF — Boilers And Industrial Furnaces (USEPA Rule)
  • BIFET — Bipolar Field Effect Transistor
  • BIFL — Burst Integrated Fluorescence Lifetime
  • BIG/GT — Biomass Gasifier/gas Turbine (for Steam/electricity Cogeneration)
  • BIIR — Brominated Isobutene-isoprene Rubber
  • BILE — Beam Induced Light Emission
  • BIMOS — Bipolar Metal-oxide Semiconductor
  • BIND — Biomolecular Interaction Network Database
  • BIO-FIX — Biomass Foam Immobilized Extractant
  • BIOFOR — Biogenic Aerosol Formation In The Boreal Forest
  • BIOME — Biological Imaging And Observation/Mission To Earth
  • BIOMOVS — Biosphere Model Validation Study
  • BIOS — Biological Innovation For Open Society
  • BIOS — British Intelligence Objectives Sub-committee
  • BIOS — Biological Data System (file Within STORET)
  • BIOSIS — BioSciences Information Service
  • BIPM — Bureau International Des Poids Et Mesures
  • BIPP — Boron Implanted Polysilicon Pad
  • BIR — Baculovirus IAP Repeat
  • BIRD — Bilinear Rotation Decoupling
  • BIRD — Blackbody Infrared Radiative Dissociation
  • BIRPS — British Institutes Reflection Profiling Syndicate
  • BIS — Bremsstrahlung Isochromat Spectroscopy
  • BIS — Bureau of Indian Stds.
  • BIS — Bispectral Index
  • BIV — Bovine Immunodeficiency Virus
  • BIXE — Bombardment-induced X-ray Emission
  • BIXS — Beta-ray Induced X-ray Spectrometry
  • BJH — Bopp-Jancso-Heinzinger (potential Function)
  • BJT — Bipolar Junction Transistors
  • BK — Brinkman-Kramers (approxn. In Ion-mol. Collision Quantum Calcn.)
  • BK-DOK — Berufkrankeit Dokumentation (German Occupational Disease Documentation)
  • BKC — Born-von Karman Cell (model For Electronic-structure Calcn.)
  • BKCM — Burkhardt-Konya-Coulson-March (for Electron Momentum Densities)
  • BKD — Backscatter Kikuchi Diffraction
  • BKW — Bobylev-Krook-Wu (method For Solving The Boltzmann Equation For A Mol. System)

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