Definitions for "HRMS"
High resolution mass spectrometry. A mass spectrometer which can identify a hydrocarbon by its very specific ion mass. The unit must be able to resolve each ion mass peak from another with a minimum of 10% difference between each mass peak. It also must have a data system to control and monitor the multiple ion monitoring process. The data system must also be able to acquire data at a minimum of ten ions in a single scan and be able to provide other details of the mass spectra for each hydrocarbon. For dioxin/furan analysis, the HRMS must be closely coupled with a HRGC to separate the individual hydrocarbons (dioxin or furan) before they enter the HRMS.
a software application that combines many human resources functions, including benefits administration, payroll, recruiting and training, and performance analysis and review into one package
Hotel Room Management System (HOTELGYR NT) System supplied by Building Automation designed to support frontdesk staff in the following functions: access control, air conditioning control, energy savings function, and monitoring of all hotel rooms.
Keywords:  height, square, wave, root, mean
Root mean square wave height.