NBS can stand for:

  • N-Bromosuccinimide, a chemical reagent
  • Nagano Broadcasting Systems, a television broadcasting network in Nagano Prefecture, Japan
  • The NASCAR Busch Series
  • A Nash bargaining solution, in economics, a solution to a Nash bargaining game
  • The National Bank of Serbia (Narodna Banka Srbije, Народна Банка Србије)
  • The National Bank of Slovakia (Národná banka Slovenska)
  • The National Bank of Samoa Fale Tupe Tagata Nuu O Samoa, privately owned bank in Samoa.
  • The National Blood Service, an organization within the UK's NHS
  • The National Broadcasting School, an educational institution in the UK
  • The National Broadcasting System, a fictional television network in the TV series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
  • The National Brotherhood of Skiers
  • The National Building Specification, standard of building specifications in the United Kingdom
  • The National Bureau of Standards, which is, today, called National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the U.S.
  • The National Bureau of Statistics in China
  • The National Bureau of Statistics of Tanzania
  • The National Library of Serbia (Narodna Biblioteka Srbije, Народна Библиотека Србије)
  • Nationwide Building Society
  • Nelson Building Society
  • Neubaustrecke, name for the high-speed rail lines built in Germany
  • Newcastle Building Society
  • Nicole Brown Simpson
  • Nijmegen breakage syndrome, a genetic medical condition
  • Nippon Broadcasting System, a radio station managed also under Fuji TV Network (Japan)
  • .nbs is the extension for Netbeans Schliemann files, a language for specifying language syntax.
  • No-Big-Silence, an Estonian Industrial Metal/Rock band.

Other articles related to "nbs":

... After it was declared a fraud by the National Bureau of Standards (NBS), predecessor of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a media blitz alleging ... After subsequent Senate hearings, the NBS’s position was vindicated and Astin was reinstated ...
Martin NBS-1
... The Martin NBS-1 was a military aircraft of the United States Army Air Service and its successor, the Air Corps ... the Martin MB-1, a scout-bomber built during the final months of World War I, the NBS-1 was ordered under the designation MB-2 and is often referred to as such ... The designation NBS-1, standing for "Night Bomber-Short Range", was adopted by the Air Service after the first five of the Martin bombers were delivered ...
Martin NBS-1 - Design and Development
... The NBS-1 was a wood-and-canvas biplane without staggered wings, employing twin rudders on a twin vertical tail ... under the company designation MB-2 in June 1920, the NBS-1 was an improved larger version of the Martin MB-1 bomber built by the Glenn L ... the wings in a fashion similar to the German Staaken R.VI R-bomber, the engines of the NBS-1 were fixed to the lower wing over the landing gear ...
N-Bromosuccinimide - Reactions - Addition To Alkenes
... NBS will react with alkenes 1 in aqueous solvents to give bromohydrins 2 ... The preferred conditions are the portionwise addition of NBS to a solution of the alkene in 50% aqueous DMSO, DME, THF, or tert-butanol at 0°C ... These can be minimized by the use of freshly recrystallized NBS ...