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chemical action

any process in which elements and/or compounds react with each other to produce a chemical change: For example, hydrogen and oxygen combine to produce water.
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By January 1, 2018, require DOE to select 20 of the priority chemicals for potential chemical action plan (CAP) development;
Barbara Cummings, manager of product safety, Product Safety & Regulatory Affairs, Bayer MaterialScience LLC, presented “A Review of the Elements of the EPA's Chemical Action Plan on MDI and TDI Containing Products,” at 3:30 p.
Moldable "mechanical" type purging compounds, which rely partly on the action of the machine (pressure and agitation) for their cleaning ability, rather than on chemical action, have been shown to work well with hot runners.
The Crest Oral-B Pro-Health System combines mechanical and chemical action to get and help keep patients virtually plaque free, Proctor and Gamble states.
In this case, no chemical action towards polymer chain breaking occurs.
According to the Australian inventor of the product, Graham Strachan, Aquatain AMF's physical action has two major benefits over traditional mosquito control products which have a chemical action.
Among their topics are unifying absolute and chemical electro-negativity and hardness density functioning formulations through the chemical action concept, multi-component molecular orbital theory, a unifying approach to chirality.
The chemical action of the vinegar bacteria converts the cider into acetic acid.
The specific chemical action of each admixture has been evaluated by analysing the variation of the coefficient of activity K according to the rate of the cement substitution, by applying to the studied mortars the concept of the equivalent binder and by deducing the coefficient of activity from the predictive model of Feret.
The rule (Washington Department of Ecology, 2006) comprises criteria for persistence, bioaccumulation, and toxicity, an initial list of PBTSs based on the criteria, a procedure for updating the list, criteria for selecting PBTSs for which chemical action plans will be prepared, and guidance on the scope of chemical action plans.
The House of Delegates just passed a Chemical Action and Right to Know resolution.

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