# Acronym/Abbreviation meaning of COS (Chemistry)

The acronym COS(Chemistry) means : Corona Oxide Semiconductor

Acronyms, abbreviations and meanings similar to COS

## Famous / Popular results for COS

Cos

Cos, COS, CoS, coS or Cos. may refer to: Cosine, a trigonometric function COS cells, a cell line used by biologists Carbonyl sulfide, (COS) a chemical

Trigonometric functions

cos ⁡ z cos ⁡ x + sin ⁡ z cos ⁡ y cos ⁡ x − sin ⁡ x sin ⁡ y sin ⁡ z , cos ⁡ ( x + y + z ) = cos ⁡ x cos ⁡ y cos ⁡ z − cos ⁡ x sin ⁡ y sin ⁡ z − cos

Carbonyl sulfide

is the chemical compound with the linear formula OCS. Normally written as COS as a chemical formula that does not imply its structure, it is a colourless

Euler's formula

x = cos ⁡ x + i sin ⁡ x , {\displaystyle e^{ix}=\cos x+i\sin x,} where e is the base of the natural logarithm, i is the imaginary unit, and cos and sin

Law of cosines

cos ⁡ β − b c cos ⁡ α + a c cos ⁡ β + b c cos ⁡ α + 2 a b cos ⁡ γ {\displaystyle a^{2}+b^{2}-c^{2}=-ac\cos \beta -bc\cos \alpha +ac\cos \beta +bc\cos

Cos-1

Cos-1, COS-1, cos-1, or cos−1 may refer to: Cos-1, one of two commonly used COS cell lines cos x−1 = cos(x)−1 = −(1−cos(x)) = −ver(x) or negative versine

COS cells

COS are fibroblast-like cell lines derived from monkey kidney tissue. COS cells are obtained by immortalizing CV-1 cells with a version of the SV40 virus

De Moivre's formula

3: cos ⁡ 2 x = ( cos ⁡ x ) 2 + ( ( cos ⁡ x ) 2 − 1 ) = 2 ( cos ⁡ x ) 2 − 1 sin ⁡ 2 x = 2 ( sin ⁡ x ) ( cos ⁡ x ) cos ⁡ 3 x = ( cos ⁡ x ) 3 + 3 cos ⁡ x

List of trigonometric identities

β ) + cos ⁡ ( 2 γ ) = − 4 cos ⁡ α cos ⁡ β cos ⁡ γ − 1 {\displaystyle \cos(2\alpha )+\cos(2\beta )+\cos(2\gamma )=-4\cos \alpha \cos \beta \cos \gamma

Differentiation of trigonometric functions

⁡ ( x ) = cos ⁡ ( x ) {\displaystyle {\frac {d}{dx}}\sin(x)=\cos(x)} d d x cos ⁡ ( x ) = − sin ⁡ ( x ) {\displaystyle {\frac {d}{dx}}\cos(x)=-\sin(x)}

Cos

Cos, COS, CoS, coS or Cos. may refer to: Cosine, a trigonometric function COS cells, a cell line used by biologists Carbonyl sulfide, (COS) a chemical

Trigonometric functions

cos ⁡ z cos ⁡ x + sin ⁡ z cos ⁡ y cos ⁡ x − sin ⁡ x sin ⁡ y sin ⁡ z , cos ⁡ ( x + y + z ) = cos ⁡ x cos ⁡ y cos ⁡ z − cos ⁡ x sin ⁡ y sin ⁡ z − cos

Euler's formula

x = cos ⁡ x + i sin ⁡ x , {\displaystyle e^{ix}=\cos x+i\sin x,} where e is the base of the natural logarithm, i is the imaginary unit, and cos and sin

Carbonyl sulfide

is the chemical compound with the linear formula OCS. Normally written as COS as a chemical formula that does not imply its structure, it is a colourless

Law of cosines

cos ⁡ β − b c cos ⁡ α + a c cos ⁡ β + b c cos ⁡ α + 2 a b cos ⁡ γ {\displaystyle a^{2}+b^{2}-c^{2}=-ac\cos \beta -bc\cos \alpha +ac\cos \beta +bc\cos

Cos-1

Cos-1, COS-1, cos-1, or cos−1 may refer to: Cos-1, one of two commonly used COS cell lines cos x−1 = cos(x)−1 = −(1−cos(x)) = −ver(x) or negative versine

COS cells

COS are fibroblast-like cell lines derived from monkey kidney tissue. COS cells are obtained by immortalizing CV-1 cells with a version of the SV40 virus

De Moivre's formula

3: cos ⁡ 2 x = ( cos ⁡ x ) 2 + ( ( cos ⁡ x ) 2 − 1 ) = 2 ( cos ⁡ x ) 2 − 1 sin ⁡ 2 x = 2 ( sin ⁡ x ) ( cos ⁡ x ) cos ⁡ 3 x = ( cos ⁡ x ) 3 + 3 cos ⁡ x

List of trigonometric identities

β ) + cos ⁡ ( 2 γ ) = − 4 cos ⁡ α cos ⁡ β cos ⁡ γ − 1 {\displaystyle \cos(2\alpha )+\cos(2\beta )+\cos(2\gamma )=-4\cos \alpha \cos \beta \cos \gamma

Differentiation of trigonometric functions

⁡ ( x ) = cos ⁡ ( x ) {\displaystyle {\frac {d}{dx}}\sin(x)=\cos(x)} d d x cos ⁡ ( x ) = − sin ⁡ ( x ) {\displaystyle {\frac {d}{dx}}\cos(x)=-\sin(x)}

NEEDS means: N/A

## Meaning of AMESA

AMESA means: Adsorption Method For Sampling Of Dioxins

## Meaning of DIOS

DIOS means: Desorption-ionization On Silicon

## Meaning of ELS

ELS means: Energy Loss Spectroscopy

## Meaning of SEATO

SEATO means: Southeast Asian Treaty Organization