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- The symbol for the element hafnium.
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- n. Symbol for hafnium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A contraction of half.
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- n. a grey tetravalent metallic element that resembles zirconium chemically and is found in zirconium minerals; used in filaments for its ready emission of electrons
- n. 3 to 30 megahertz
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BANGALORE – India's Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. Wednesday said it remains a creditor to Iceland's Kaupthing Bank Hf, which went bankrupt in 2008 while the software exporter was offering some technology outsourcing services.
Kaupthing Hf, Landsbanki Hf and Glitnir Hf were nationalized in rapid succession, capital markets froze up and financial relations with foreign nations collapsed, culminating in the U.K. government using terrorism-fighting legislation to freeze Icelandic bank assets there.
Baugur, which employs about 50,000 people world-wide, owes Landsbanki and other Iceland banks Glitnir Banki Hf and Kaupthing Bank Hf between £1 billion ($1.48 billion) and £2 billion after a big expansion that involved buying stakes in several U.K.,
In a typical zirconium ore, there is a Zr: Hf ratio of about 50: 1.
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Hf - I think you wiull be eating those words within 24 hours.
Hf, enforcing property laws is a legitimate task of government in the libertarian view as is military action against enemies of the nation.
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So far as I.am aware, von Kupffer is the only observer who has given this startling conclusion support, in his famous "Studien" (Hf.I. Kopf Acipenser, Munchen, 1893), and from the nature of other recent work on the genesis of parts of the cranium hitherto thought to be wholly trabecular in origin, it might well be further upheld.
The rates of Hf-Zn/Zn-Al transfer are much faster than direct Hf-Al exchange, and all the chain-transfer rates are faster than the propene insertion step, Sita notes.