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chemical substance

Pharmacology Any substance including alcohol, drugs, or medications–eg, those taken pursuant to a valid prescription for legitimate medical purposes, and in accordance with the prescriber's direction, as well as those taken illegally. See Substance abuse.
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Herbal drugs supposedly meant for the treatment of diabetes contain chemical substances such as Metformin and Glibenclamide.
A CAS Number is a unique numeric identifier assigned to each chemical by the chemical substance registry system operated and managed by CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service), a division of the American Chemical Society.
Regulatory information on chemical substances tends to be updated erratically.
There was also a paper with guidelines on how to transform the paper clippings into dollars with the help of a chemical substance.
While we all depend on the benefits of chemical substances, we also understand there are risks that some can pose to human health and the environment.
Started in 1965 as a project to uniquely identify and track chemical substance information, the CAS Registry system is the only complete and accurate source of unique identifiers, known as CAS Registry Numbers for all organic and inorganic substances disclosed in scientific publications and other reputable sources.
From a humble beginning to a mainstay of chemical discovery Started in 1965 as a project to uniquely identify and track chemical substance information, the CAS Registry system is the only complete and accurate source of unique identifiers, known as CAS Registry Numbers[sup.
The prepublication notice defines reportable nanomaterials as "a chemical substance that is solid at 25[degrees]C and atmospheric pressure that is manufactured or processed in a form where the primary particles, aggregates, or agglomerates are in the size range of 1-100 nm and exhibit unique and novel characteristics or properties because of their size.
A polymer for which the 2% rule is applicable and listed on the inventory of existing chemical substances, or that is a new chemical substance meeting the 2% rule
Japan's manufacturers are actively promoting green procurement to track and manage the chemical substances contained in products throughout their supply chain, in order to comply with chemical substance regulations, such as the REACH regulation, which originated in Europe but is used elsewhere in the world, as well.
Lab test results showed that a chemical substance named phenothrin, which is used in manufacturing insecticides, had been mixed with the baby milk.
Summary: Military Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr pressed charges Wednesday against a policeman and six inmates, including five members of Fatah al-Islam, for allegedly attempting to smuggle a potentially dangerous chemical substance into Roumieh prison.

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