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GST

abbr.
Greenwich sidereal time
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GST

(in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada) abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) goods and services tax
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GST

or G.S.T.,

Greenwich Sidereal Time.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Ophir Optronics Solutions has released chalcogenide glass coatings for high-performance IR athermal systems.
Miyashita, "Chalcogenide Glass Fibers for Mid-Infrared Transmission," Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol.
This new type of memory stores data not by turning electric current on and off in transistors but by switching a type of material called chalcogenide glass between amorphous and crystalline states.
Unlike [9,10] wherein a chalcogenide glass doped with silver ions is used, in [11], the solid electrolyte is simply a Si[O.sub.2] layer deposited by evaporation.
The processors, designed by researchers from the University of Cambridge, the Singapore A*STAR Data-Storage Institute and the Singapore University of Technology and Design, use a type of PCM based on a chalcogenide glass, which can be melted and recrystallized in as little as half a nanosecond (billionth of a second) using appropriate voltage pulses.
Since the proposed waveguide sensor consists of various materials such as silica glass, chalcogenide glass and silver materials and their corresponding refractive indices are the function of wavelength, it is necessary to examine the refractive indices of these materials in various wavelength ranges.
From this, Semouchkina has developed a non-metallic cloak that uses identical glass resonators made of chalcogenide glass, a type of dielectric material (one that does not conduct electricity) (NOTE--SPELLINGS ARE CORRECT).
In a paper appearing in the journal Applied Physics Letters, Semouchkina and colleagues describe developing a nonmetallic cloak that uses identical glass resonators made of chalcogenide glass, a type of dielectric material (one that does not conduct electricity).
Harrington, "Fabrication and characterization of chalcogenide glass for hollow Bragg fibers," Applied Optics, vol.