What does KAGO mean?
KAGO means Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation
This acronym/slang usually belongs to Medical & Science category.
What is the abbreviation for Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation?
Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation can be abbreviated as KAGO


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What does KAGO stand for? KAGO stands for "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation". 
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How to abbreviate "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation"? "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation" can be abbreviated as KAGO. 
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What is the meaning of KAGO abbreviation? The meaning of KAGO abbreviation is "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation". 
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What is KAGO abbreviation? One of the definitions of KAGO is "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation". 
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What does KAGO mean? KAGO as abbreviation means "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation". 
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What is shorthand of Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation? The most common shorthand of "Geometric Optics Limit of the Kirchhoff Approximation" is KAGO. 
Abbreviations or Slang with similar meaning
 GMLOS  Geometric Mean Length of Stay
 LEMUF  Limit of Error on Material Unaccounted For
 ULRR  Upper Limit of the Reference Range
 CLPR  Cephalic Limit of the Pericardial Reflection
 DLAP  Detection Limit of the Analytical Procedure
 DLOP  Detection Limit of the Overall Procedure
 GSEM  Geometric Standard Error of the Mean
 LD  Limit of Detection
 LOE  Limit of Error
 GSD(15m)  geometric standard deviations of 15min TWA values
 LFUS  Limit the Future Use of the Soil
 OISC  Optics Institute of Southern California
 OSA  Optics Society of America
 ULMZ  Upper Limit of the Management Zone
 ULPZ  Upper Limit of the Prescriptive Zone
 Lem  Limit of Error of Material
 ka  Kirchhoff Approximation
 LIM  Limit In the Mean
 GO  Geometric Optics
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