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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for KOREA, REPUBLIC OF.

KR

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Korea (South Korea). This is the code used in international transactions to and from South Korean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for South Korea. This is used as an international standard for shipping to South Korea. Each province and metropolitan has its own code with the prefix "KR." For example, the code for the City of Seoul is ISO 3166-2:KR-11.
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Commenting on the partnership, Krypton Capital's founder and CEO Ilan Tzorya said,
According to the research team's calculations, krypton monoxide crystals will form under extremely high pressure: between 3 and 5 million atmospheres.
George Peckham, trainer of Krypton Factor The ground was a bit too soft for him at Yarmouth this week.
In experiments, the researchers tested the cage's selectivity, blowing a mix of common elements found in air and trace amounts of xenon and krypton through the cage for 45 minutes.
The new detector made it possible to conduct krypton research at Taylor Glacier in Antarctica.
The demand for rare gases is primarily driven by lighting segment, wherein neon, xenon and krypton are used due to their light emitting properties on electrical excitation.
As an EMS company, Krypton Solutions operates in a highly competitive market with demanding customers and tremendous pricing pressure.
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A brief bit of light relief, when Lois Lane (Amy Adams) asks Superman (Henry Cavill) about the 'S' on his clothes, is notable for being so unusual -- and indeed the word 'Superman' is spoken only once, our hero known exclusively as Kal-El (on Krypton) or Clark Kent (on Earth).