Abbreviations, or a condensed version of a term, are increasingly widely used. An abbreviation is a collection of words or sentences that have been merged to form a shorter, more relevant term. Abbreviations are used in every subject and in everyday life, and knowing the complete forms of the abbreviations that we frequently use, as well as in topics such as physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics, is essential.
In the majority of competitive tests, full forms questions have an important role. As a result, not only in the educational sector but also in other business sectors, it is critical to understand the short and full forms. In this article, we will explain physics, chemistry and biology full forms in detail.
Physics Full Forms
Physics is a branch of science that studies energy and matter as their primary subjects. Inventions in physics have a wide range of applications in the natural sciences and technology. There are presently two types of physics—classical physics and modern physics. Here are some short forms related to physics that we are going to discuss.
- ACMP – Advances in Condensed Matter Physics
- ACRU – Astrophysics Cosmology Research Unit
- AF – Audio Frequency
- BEEM – Ballistic Electron Emission Microscopy
- BG – Boltzmann Gibbs
- CC – Closed Circuit
- CM – Center Of Mass
- MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- AC – Alternating Current
- DC – Direct Current
- CRT – Cathode Ray Tube
Biology Full Forms
Biology is the natural science that investigates living species’ origins, anatomy, morphology, physiology, behaviour, and distribution. Before the name biology was coined, there were other terms that characterised the study of plants and animals. Furthermore, it was an observational field of research rather than an experimental one. As a result, a natural historian or naturalist is someone who studies natural history. Other words that emerged before biology were incorporated into natural theology and natural philosophy. We will discuss some biology related full forms below.
- ICBN – International Code For Botanical Nomenclature
- ICZN – International Code For Zoological Nomenclature
- NBRI – National Botanical Research Institute
- CDRI – Central Drug Research Institute
- IBG – Indian Botanical Garden
- PSTVd – Potato Spindle Tuber Disease
- PPLO – Pleuropneumonia-like Organisms
- RRC – Respiratory Rhythm Centre
- GFR – Glomerular Filtration Rate
- ANF – Atrial Natriuretic Factor
- GnRH – Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone
Chemistry Full Form
Chemistry, according to the American Chemical Society, is the study of matter, which is defined as everything that has mass and occupies space. When the matter is exposed to diverse settings and conditions, it may undergo alterations.
Chemistry aims to comprehend not only the qualities of matter, such as the mass or composition of a chemical element but also how and why matter changes — for example, changes happening on something when it comes into contact with another item. Below are some chemistry full forms.
- AMU – Atomic Mass Unit
- BCC – Body-Centred Cubic
- BP – Boiling Point
- CFC – Chloro Fluoro Carbon
- CNG – Compressed Natural Gas
- DAP – Diamine Phosphate
- DDT – Dichloro Diphenyl Trichloroethane
- DMF – Dimethylformamide
- DMSO – Dimethyl Sulfoxide
- ESR – Electron Spin Resonance
- PH – Potential of Hydrogen
- PPM – Parts Per Million
- PVC – Polyvinyl Chloride
- STP – Standard Temperature and Pressure
- NTG – Nitroglycerin
These are only a few of the most prevalent and often used acronyms that should be remembered and learnt. While it is beneficial to employ acronyms, many people are unaware of the full form. Knowing the full form will put you ahead of the game and make you wiser— while also preparing for your forthcoming tests, where these abbreviations will be the most often asked questions.