B1S

B1S

1. Abbr. for “banded one side.”
2. Abbr. for “bead one side.”
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Caption: Figure 7: XPS spectra of B1s for the oxide layers formed on Alloy 690TT in simulated primary water with DH = 0.4494 mg/kg at 330[degrees]C for 500 h (a) without sputtering and (b) with sputtering time for 300 s.
The B1s photoelectron spectroscopy of BNNTs and N[H.sub.2]Ph-BNNTs is shown in Figure 7.
The liquefied soil is identified as clayey sand (B1s) with a maximum thickness of 2.9 m.
England's opponents in the final was their own B1s, the two having had close games in the group stages with England just winning 13-12.
B1s are short nonautonomous elements and, as many SINEs, may contribute to maintaining the stability and function of the host genome [31].
20% of Ba1-rated companies were riskier issuers, rising to 21.6% for Ba2s then falling to 13% for Ba3s and 7.1% for B1s.
The B1s spectrogram is shown in Figure 1, which shows that the B1s spectral peaks of boron in ta-C:B film all clearly approach 189 eV.
I saw all the Jubilees, A4s, A3s, the Great Western Kings, the Hunts, the B1s, the Patriots, the Scots, the Princesses and the Duchesses.
Atomic percentages of the B1s, C1s, and N1s were calculated from the total areas of the XPS signals corresponding to the B1s, C1s, and N1s core levels, respectively.
(104.) Press release, B1S, Group of Governors and Heads of Supervision Announces Higher Global Minimum Capital Standards (Sept.