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ESD

Abbreviation for:
early supported discharge 
electronic submission document
electronic summation device
electrospray deposition
end-systolic diameter
endoscopic submucosal dissection
entrance skin dose
entrance surface dose
environmental sex determination
esterase D
Extended Scale for Dementia
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The district started teaching life skills to about 44 elementary students and students from Monroe Middle School this school year, spending about $2 million it would otherwise have given to Lane ESD for those services.
The first PicoGuard XS product is the CM1233-08DE, offering 8 channels of robust ESD protection.
From an ESD perspective, most environments are unique.
The overall market for ESD products is estimated by NanoMarkets to be slightly more than $1.
While the threshold for human detection of ESD transients is about 3,000 volts, a latent or catastrophic failure could occur to an electronic device at a much lower level, even less than 100 volts.
3mm) - Bi-directional +/- 30kV contact discharge ESD protection per IEC61000-4-2 standard - Low clamping voltage of +/- 8.
Most facilities select "ESD-safe" versions of these hand coverings, expecting that the ESD hazards associated with regular, insulative hand coverings (plastics, latex, vinyl, etc.
RTP holds exclusive North American rights to develop ESD compounds based on the only commercial polyaniline TCP, a product supplied by Panipol of Finland.
In 1974, ESD acquired three parcels of vacant land near downtown Brooklyn from the City of New York as part of the Schermerhorn-Pacific Urban Renewal Project.
Nasdaq:DPMI) and Ion Systems have announced that Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) successfully utilized the new Canary ESD Service developed by the two companies to qualify and mitigate electrostatic discharge (ESD) events on photomasks at its Fab 25 facility in Austin.