AQ, Aq, aQ, or aq may stand for or refer to:


  • American Samoa, the DAFIF 0413 / DIA 65-18 / FIPS PUB 10-4
  • Antarctica, ISO 3166-1 country code
  • L'Aquila, a province of Italy
  • Aq, alternate name of Ak, Buin Zahra, a village in Iran


  • Adaptive quantization, a quantization process that provides efficient compression
  • Anthraquinone, an aromatic organic compound
  • Aqueous solution, dissolved in water
  • The Autism Spectrum Quotient, a test for autism spectrum conditions in adul


  • Acquity Group stock symbol (NYSE: AQ)
  • Academic Quadrangle, a landmark building of Simon Fraser University
  • AdventureQuest, an online RPG by Artix Entertainment
  • Al-Qaeda, an Islamic terrorist group
  • Alliance Quebec, a Canadian lobbyist group for English-speaking Quebecers
  • Aloha Airlines, former IATA code for the defunct airline
  • Aloha Air Cargom IATA code
  • Australian Quarterly, an Australian political science journal
  • Automatic Qualifying conference, an NCAA athletic conference with an automatic berth in a Bowl Championship Series game
  • Oracle Advanced Queuing, a message provider used in the software products of the Oracle Corporation

Other articles related to "aq":

Argentometry - Volhard Method
... sulfate as an indicator which forms blood-red 2+ at the end point Ag+ (aq) + SCN− (aq) → AgSCN (s) (Ksp = 1.16 × 10−12) Fe(OH)(OH2)52+ (aq) + SCN− (aq)→ 2 ...
... Aq-Va-Kul is a swimming complex in western Malmö city, Sweden owned by Malmö Municipality ... The name Aq-Va-Kul is a word play on the Latin word for water, aqua, and the Swedish phrase Ack, vad kul (en Oh!, how fun) Aq-Va-Kul has been the arena for seven Swedish Short Course ...
Aq Kupruk - Archaeological Sites
... Aq Kupruk is also an archaeological site consists of four sites, numbered I, II, III and IV ... Aq Kupruk I, or Ghar-i Asb, is a rock shelter of the Kushan-Sasanian period, containing some fregmentary Buddhist frescos and some simple architecture ... Aq Kupruk II, or Ghār-i Mār, is another rock shelter, probably the most productive of the three sites, producing material rom all periods except the Kushan-Sasanian ...