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RS may refer to:
Science and medicine
- A unique DbSNP record ID number (“rs#”; e.g. rs206437).
- rs - leaf stomatal resistance.
- R/S classification, important in chiral chemistry
- Roemheld syndrome, a complex of gastrocardiac symptoms
- Recommended Standard, an early prefix used for electronic standards (e.g. RS-232) now maintained by the Electronic Industries Alliance
- RS is the abbreviation for the C0 control code Record Separator
- Reed-Solomon error correction, a popular coding technique
- .rs, the internet country code top-level domain for Republic of Serbia
- .rs filename extension for Rust (programming language) source code
- Republic of Serbia, ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code
- Republika Srpska, one of the two political entities that compose the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Rio Grande do Sul, Brazilian state.
- Rally Sport, a designation used on cars that are rally class
- Rennsport, German for "racing sport", a designation used internationally for cars such as the Audi RS models and the Porsche 911 Carrera RS and GT3 RS
- Rallye Sport, used by the Ford Motor Company for its Ford TeamRS series of cars
- RS Sailing, also uses RS as prefix for model names
- Roberval and Saguenay Railway reporting mark RS
- Rs., an abbreviation for rupee, the currency used in Pakistan, India and several other Asian countries
- RS Components, international electronic component distributor
- Risk and Safety Statements or "R/S statements", a system of hazard codes and phrases for labeling dangerous chemicals
- Relief Society, an auxiliary of the LDS church
- Report Short, a type of Congressional Research Service Report
- Resistant starch
- RS Public Company Limited, a Thai Music Company
- République solidaire, French political party
- Radio Science, an instrument aboard MESSENGER space probe
- RuneScape, an online roleplaying game by Jagex
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