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RRR

Abbreviation for relative risk reduction.
Malpractice Recognise, Respond, Resolve A term coined by Copic Insurance in Colorado, which provides medical malpractice coverage to doctors and health professionals as part of promoting open disclosure about medical errors
Managed care—US Request, Render, Report A trilogy of factors that must be met before a patient can be billed for a consultation from a physician other than the primary care provider: the ordering physician must Request the consultation; the consultant must Render a medical opinion, and issue a written Report
Research Reduce, Refine, Replace A research philosophy first articulated in 1959 by British scientists WMS Russell and RL Burch who linked scientific excellence to the humane and efficient use of laboratory animals, a philosophy now known as 'alternatives'
Vox populi Reading, wRiting, aRithmetic This is the original phrase which inspired the many other 'three Rs.' It referred to the core components of an elementary school education in America
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The RRR when zero-field temperature data are included (413.
However, the MK model seems to be the most sensitive to the inclusion of more temperatures for magnetoresistance data (when zero-field temperature data are included) since RRR for the case where all temperatures are included (413.
The effect of model dependence on the extrapolation of resistance is also evident in the estimated RRR values.
Percent differences between RRR at 4 K based on the MK model (column 1) and the RRR at 4 K extrapolated from each of the remaining five models.
Figure 12 demonstrates that samples with multiple measurements in transverse field have fairly repeatable values of RRR for a given model.
We think the RRR values produced by the MK method are the best possible estimates of RRR; however, this method is not very practical for routine characterization.
Although all the models we consider result in plausible RRR values, the quality of the RRR estimate depends on the ability of the model to extrapolate beyond the range of data.
The RRR of these composite wires is based on the measured low-temperature resistance just above the transition temperature (about 9.
We think a new definition of RRR that does not depend on extrapolating an arbitrary model is needed for pure superconducting materials.
Percent differences between RRR at 10 K (column 2) and the predicted RRR at 10 K based on the six models.
Figure 13 displays the estimated RRR at 10 K based on data and the extrapolated MK RRR at 4 K for 14 samples.
Figure 14 displays extrapolated RRR values at 4 K based on the MK model and RRR values at 10 K based on data for the 14 samples.