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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol indicating that the stock has warrants or rights.

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1. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate the market value as of the distribution date of stock dividends paid during the preceding 12 months. Stocks with this listing paid no cash dividends: Jetron .71t.
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T] in common logarithmic scale against the inverse of absolute temperature, the activation energy value [Delta]H is given by the gradient of a straight line.
PTAT], a current proportional to absolute temperature.
2) can be defined asequationwhere, T is the absolute temperature, ko is thefrequency factor, R is the universal gas constant andE is the activation energy.
In a perfect crystal at zero absolute temperature, these free electrons can be described by using the quantum mechanical formalism of the Bloch waves [1,2].
The absolute temperature ends up being roughly the same as what it would have been, but the rate of change is so drastic, that ecosystems and organisms would have very little time to adapt to the changes," lead author Kelly McCusker, who did the work for her UW doctoral thesis, said.
Unlike Fahrenheit and Celsius temperatures, where the zero point is arbitrary, absolute temperature (measured in kelvins) supposedly can go no lower than zero.
The Arctic is now suffering the fastest absolute temperature rises, but temperatures have naturally swung widely in history.
that enables one to evaluate the mean time to failure (MTTF) [tau] from the known applied stress [delta] (not necessarily mechanical); the absolute temperature T, the time constant [[tau].
The absolute temperature record in Bulgaria was measured in 1916 in the village of Sadovo, near the second largest city of Plovdiv.
It's going to be hot, and actually the most important thing is that it's going to be humid, and humidity is a bigger factor than the actual absolute temperature as far as heat-related illnesses," said (http://www.
Also while this appears to offer a good solution, it does not address BIST functionality, which requires at least two stable temperature sensors, at least one of which must measure absolute temperature rather than temperature difference.