PCB


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PCB:

see polychlorinated biphenylpolychlorinated biphenyl
or PCB,
any of a group of organic compounds originally widely used in industrial processes but later found to be dangerous environmental pollutants. Polychlorinated biphenyl is a fat-soluble, water-insoluble hydrocarbon containing chlorine.
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PCB

(organic chemistry)

PCB

(hardware)
Power Circuit Breaker.

PCB

(hardware)
Power Control Box.

PCB

(hardware)

PCB

(4)
Process Control Block.

PCB

(5)
Product Configuration Baseline.

PCB

(6)
Program Control Block.

PCB

(networking)
Protocol Control Block.

(TCP).
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