Amp

Ampere
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AMP

Air Member for Personnel. In full, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief RAF Personnel and Training Command. See Personnel and Training Command.
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AMP

(= adenosine monophosphate) Unless otherwise specified, 5'AMP, the nucleotide bearing a phosphate in ribose-O-phosphate ester linkage at position 5 of the ribose moiety. Both 2' and 3' derivatives also exist. See also cyclic AMP, (adenosine 3'5'-cyclic monophosphate).
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AMP

<abbreviation> Adenosine monophosphate; specifically, the 5'-monophosphate unless modified by a numerical prefix. ... See: adenylic acid. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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AMP

(Ampere) Unit of electrical current. see Current
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Amp

1) An abbreviation of the term Amplifier (A device which increases the level of an electrical signal.
2) An abbreviation of Ampere (the unit of current).
3) An abbreviation of amplitude (the height of a waveform above or below the zero line).
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AMP

2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol; Buffer for pH range 9.0-10.5
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amp

abbreviation for Ampule, which is a sealed plastic or glass capsule containing a single dose of a drug in a sterile solution for injection.
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AMP

Adenosine monophosphate
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AMP

adenosine monophosphate. 3bprime,5bprime-AMP cyclic adenosine monophosphate.
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AMP

Adventure Multiplayer
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AMP

Agence de Médecine Préventive
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AMP

Americans for Medical Progress
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Amp

Amp is slang for a marijuana joint dipped in formaldehyde and smoked.
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AMP

AMP: see adenosine monophosphate.
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Amp

Ampere. A standard unit of measurement for electrical
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amp

Amplifier
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Amp

Ampule
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AMP

ARINC Message Processor (OR) Airport Master Plan
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AMP

Asset Management Plan
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AMP

Asset Management Plan
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AMP

Association for Molecular Pathology
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amp

In physics, abbreviation for ampere, a unit of electrical current
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Amp

Measure of electrical current.
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Amp

Rate of flow or 'Volume of Electricity'. For those who are interested; One amp is defined as 6.28 x 10 18 electrons per second. Calculation: Current = Watts divided by Volts and/or Volts divided by Ohms. The equivalent in water is Litres (Volume of water) per hr. The electrical current that flows through a wire is measured in amps. A 100-watt bulb...
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