Chemistry Acronyms

Alphabetical Listing of Chemistry Acronyms

  • EERU — Environmental Emergency Response Unit
  • EESI — Environment And Energy Study Institute
  • EESL — Environmental Ecological And Support Laboratory
  • EESOP — Electronegativity Equalization With S-orbital Participation
  • EET — Epoxyeicosatrienoic Acid
  • EET — Electronic Energy Transfer
  • EETFC — Environmental Effects
  • EETU — Environmental Education And Training Unit
  • EEW — Epoxy Equivalent Weight
  • EEXAPS — Electron Excited X-ray Appearance Potential Spectroscopy
  • EF — Emission Factor
  • EFA — Envelope Function (i.e.
  • EFA — Essential Fatty Acid
  • EFA — Evolving Factor Analysis
  • EFB — European Federation of Biotechnology
  • EFB — Empty Fruit Bunch
  • EFC — European Federation of Corrosion
  • EFCE — European Federation of Chemical Engineers
  • EFD — Explicit Finite Difference
  • EFFF — Electric Field-flow Fractionation
  • EFFF — Energy Factored Force Field
  • EFG — Edge-defined Film Growth (of Semiconductors
  • EFG — Electric Field Gradient
  • EFG GTO — Electric Field Gradient Gaussian-type Orbital
  • EFGF — Electric Field Gradient Focusing
  • EFH — Extended Fenske-Hall (LCAO MO Method)
  • EFIG — Emission Factor Inventory Grouppar
  • EFIN — Environmental Financing Information Network
  • EFISH — Elec. Field-induced 2nd-harmonic Generation
  • EFISPS — Electric Field Induced Surface Photovoltage Spectroscopy
  • EFLE — Enhanced-fluidity Liquid Extraction
  • EFM — Electric Force Microscopy
  • EFOCS — Evanescent Fiber Optic Chemical Sensors
  • EFOIA — Electronic Freedom of Information Act
  • EFP — Effective Fragment Potential Method
  • EFP — Explosively Formed Projectile
  • EFPD — Effective Full Power Day
  • EFPI — Extrinsic Fabry-Perot Interferometer Sensor
  • EFPVN — Eastern Fine Particle And Visibility Network
  • EFRTS — External-floating-roof Tanks
  • EFS — Elec. Field Stimulation
  • EFS — Event-free Survival
  • EFST — Electrodeposition Frequency Shift Titrimetry
  • EFTA — European Free Trade Association
  • EFTC — European Fluorocarbon Technical Committee
  • EFTEM — Energy-filtering Transmission Electron Microscopy
  • EFTIR — Emission Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
  • EFV — Electric-field-variant Function (in CI Method)
  • EFV GTO — Electric-field-variant Gaussian-type Orbital
  • EFV STO — Electric-field-variant Slater-type Orbital
  • EFVAO — Electric-field Variant Atomic Orbital
  • EG — Ethylene Glycol
  • EGA — Evolved Gas Analysis
  • EGAMS — Evolved Gas Analysis Mass Spectroscopy
  • EGBD — Extrinsic Grain Boundary Dislocation
  • EGCG — Epigallocatechin Gallate
  • EGCI — Exponentially Generated Configuration Interaction
  • EGCM — Eddy-Resolving General Circulation Model
  • EGCR — Experimental Gas-cooled Reactor
  • EGD — Evolved Gas Detection
  • EGDN — Ethylene Glycol Dinitrate
  • EGF — Epidermal Growth Factor
  • EGFP — Enhanced Green Fluorescent Protein
  • EGFR — Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor
  • EGM — Electron Gas Model
  • EGO — Ellipsoidal Gaussian Orbital
  • EGO — Exhaust Gas Oxygen
  • EGP — Evolved Gas Profile
  • EGR — Exhaust Gas Recirculation
  • EGRET — Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope
  • EGRIS — Emissive Gamma-ray Imaging And Spectroscopy
  • EGS — Echelle Grating Spectrometer
  • EGSB — Expanded Granular Sludge Bed
  • EGTA — Ethylene Glycol Bis(2-aminoethyl Ether)-N
  • EGU — European Geosciences Union
  • EGW — Electrogas Welding
  • EH — Extended Hueckel
  • EHAP — Extremely Hazardous Air Pollutant
  • EHB — Extended Hubbard (hamiltonian)
  • EHC — Environmental Health Committee
  • EHCO — Extended Hueckel Crystal Orbital
  • EHEC — Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli
  • EHF — Extended Hartree-Fock
  • EHLS — Environmental Health Laboratory Sciences
  • EHM — Extended Hubbard Model (hamiltonian)
  • EHMI — Environmental Hazards Management Institute
  • EHMO — Extended Hueckel Molecular Orbital
  • EHN — Environmental Health Network
  • EHP — Electron-hole Plasma
  • EHP — Electron-hole Potential Method
  • EHS — Environment
  • EHS — Extremely Hazardous Substance
  • EHSO — Environmental Health And Safety Online
  • EHT — Extended Hueckel Theory
  • EHW — Extremely Hazardous Waste
  • EI — Electron Impact
  • EI — Emissions Inventory
  • EIA — Energy Information Administration (DOE)
  • EIA — Eikonal Impulse Approxn. (in Ion-atom Inelatic Collisions)
  • EIA — Environmental Impact Assessment

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