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RH

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Southern Rhodesia before it changed its name to Zimbabwe. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in Southern Rhodesia.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Southern Rhodesia. This was used as an international standard for shipping to Southern Rhodesia.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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IRT's flagship product, the Rhodium Incident Management Suite, is currently in use throughout the United States and Canada by Police, Fire, EMS, Emergency Management, Campus Security, and other organizations.
Rather regrettably, the very high cost of gold and rhodium today means that this design would retail at $1,500, so it is not really an option.
At the end of this curve there is a very important point at which the ordinate is equal to zero, where (the line of rhodium in the table) the data of columns 6 and 7 coincide.
Since 2005, the price of rhodium has increased sixfold and is currently selling for more than $9,000 an ounce, or about 10 times the price of gold.
The price of rhodium should benefit from the tightness of the market, continuing its recent trend upward to again challenge its cyclical high of $6,300 per ounce set in May of 2006, with a longer-term potential to top record highs of above $7,200 an ounce later in 2007.
Dow Corning offers seven distinct families of release coating technology, including solventless, solvent-based and emulsion coatings and a choice of four cure chemistries--platinum, low-platinum, rhodium and tin.
Evans (chemistry, Indiana University) assembles an internationally renowned team of contributors to present the latest work on the use of rhodium to catalyze synthetic transformations.
has been granted a patent for a color effect material that is comprised of a platelet-shaped substrate sequentially encapsulated with a first layer which is highly reflective to light directed thereon and which is selected from the group consisting of silver, gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, osmium, iridium and alloys.
The electron is then shuttled to the central unit, which contains a rhodium atom.
n Rhodri (Morgan) - rhodium (a rare silvery-white hard metal).