RDE

RDE can stand for

  • Rapidly developing economy, an emerging market that is undergoing rapid growth
  • Redundant Data Elimination, the process of reducing file storage requirements through data deduplication
  • Revue d'Égyptologie, a scholarly journal of Egyptology (commonly abbreviated RdE)
  • Rotating disk electrode, a type of electrode used in electrochemistry
  • Route Decision Engine, a component of OpenBGPD
  • Rule-developing experimentation, a term used in market research

Other articles related to "rde, rdes":

Soeren
... in the district of Rendsburg-Eckernförde, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany ... and municipalities in Rendsburg-Eckernförde Achterwehr Ahlefeld-Bistensee Alt Duvenstedt Altenhof Altenholz Arpsdorf Ascheffel Aukrug Bargstall Bargstedt Barkelsby ...
Süplingen
... Süplingen is a municipality in the Börde district in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany ... Towns and municipalities in the district of Börde Altenhausen Am Großen Bruch Angern Ausleben Barleben Beendorf Bülstringen Burgstall Calvörde Colbitz Eilsleben Erxleben Flechtingen Grön ...
Lauenförde - ARMS
... and based on a seal of the Amt Lauenförde from 1779 ... Lauenförde is situated on the Weser and used to be one of the major crossing points of this river ... municipalities in Holzminden (district) Arholzen Bevern Bodenwerder Boffzen Brevörde Deensen Delligsen Derental Dielmissen Eimen Eschershausen Fürstenberg ...
Lielvārde Municipality
... Lielvārde Municipality (Latvian Lielvārdes novads) is a municipality in Vidzeme, Latvia ... The municipality was formed in 2004 by reorganization of Lielvārde town with its countryside territory ... parish and Lēdmane parish the administrative centre being Lielvārde ...
Levich Equation
... Equation models the diffusion and solution flow conditions around a Rotating disk electrode (RDE) ... It is named after Veniamin Grigorievich Levich who first developed an RDE as a tool for electrochemical research ... It can be used to predict the current observed at an RDE, in particular, the Levich equation gives the height of the sigmoidal wave observed in rotating disk voltammetry ...