Ag

Ag
Silver is a pure white metallic element. The best electrical conductor and used in photographic emulsions.
Ag2S
Chemical formula for Silver Sulphide.
Agar
A gel made from seaweed used to make salt bridges.
AgBr
Silver Bromide.
AGC
Abbreviation of Automatic Gain Control.
Age Hardening
Usually follows rapid cooling from solution heat treatment temperatures or cold working.
Ageing
A change in the properties of certain metals and alloys that occurs at ambient or moderately elevated temperatures after hot working, heat treatment, or a cold working operation.
Agent Orange
A toxic herbicide and defoliant used in the Vietnam conflict, containing 2,4,5-trichlorophen-oxyacetic acid and 2-4 dichlorophenoxyacetic acid with trace amounts of dioxin.
Agglomerate
The clustering together of a few or many particles into a larger solid mass.
Aggravated Test
A test in which one or more conditions are set at a more stressful level that the test item will encounter in the field, in order to reduce test time or assure a margin of safety.
AgI
Chemical formula for Silver Iodide.
Agitator
A device used to cause motion in confined fluids.
AGM Battery
Abbreviation of Absorbent Glass Mat Battery.
AgNO3
Silver Nitrate.
Agonic Line
A line joining points at which the magnetic variation is zero.
AGP
Abbreviation of Advanced Graphics Port.
Agravic
Or pertaining to a condition of no gravitation.
Agriculture
The science or art of farming.
Agronomics
The science of the distribution and management of land.
Agronomy
The science of soil management and crop production.