aq.


Also found in: Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia.

aq.

or

Aq.

abbreviation for
1. (Chemistry) aqua
2. (Chemistry) aqueous
[(for sense 1) Latin: water]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
The anti-quackery team comprised of Deputy Director Inspection and Enforcement, Deputy Director Medical Expert in collaboration with District Health Officer (DHO) South and law enforcement agencies under the directions of Director AQ. In recent past, SHCC AQ team had conducted raids in five districts of Sindh province including Jacobabad, Mirpurkhas, Tando Allahyar, Tando Mohammad Khan and Badin wherein 85 healthcare establishments sealed and notices served 295 others.
Both B3CG companies had total net sales of about CAD35m, with a profit margin in line with AQ.
Myers, Myers, and Omer (2003) deduced that lengthy AT confines management's freedom of choice towards accounting accruals, resultantly enhancing AQ. Likewise, companies having shorter ATs have larger and inconsistent accounting accruals as compared to companies with medium or long ATs (Johnson, Khurana, & Reynolds, 2002).
AQ is more potent than its metabolite, whereas the concentration of DEAQ in blood is higher than AQ. In fact, DEAQ is responsible for antiplasmodial activity.
Therefore, the large-residual observations could be the result of misclassification rather than poorer AQ. Hence, the measure of AQ in Francis et al.
The calculated value of t statistic for the coefficient of AQ is smaller than critical value of t statistics in error 0.05 and likelihood for AQ is 0.3879 that represents no significant coefficient obtained for AQ. This shows that hypothesis one will be rejected.
She shared, "'Yung dalawa pong Corgi dogs ay si SG and AQ. SG for Sarah Geronimo at AQ po, initials ko.
In Latin America, little research has been performed with the AQ. Among the research that has been done Castrillion, Ortiz and Vieco (2004) reported a five-factor structure in Colombia, whereas Reyna, Lello, Sanchez and Brussino (2011) reported two factors in an exploratory factor study of the AQ in Argentina, later refined in a 2- and 4-factor structure in confirmatory analysis.
But only a slight negative shift is observed in the redox potentials of AQCD and AQN[H.sub.2], compared with those of AQ. This is thought to be due to the existence of electron-donating amine groups (1-NHR') in AQCD and AQN[H.sub.2].
However, it was as early as 1990s when the activists associated with OBL referred to their organization as AQ.
According to the company, the FDA will consider NDAC panel's recommendation of the Supplemental New Drug Application (sNDA) for Nasacort AQ. The FDA's decision will be based on data submitted from 13 placebo-controlled efficacy studies, and safety information from 43 clinical studies, as well as information from 16 years of post-marketing surveillance data.
Most of AQ translations into other languages mainly applied to university student samples with a significantly higher representation of females than males, although significant gender and age differences always appear when using the AQ. One exception is the Italian version (Fossati et al., 2003) applied to a high-school.