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formulate

/for·mu·late/ (for´mu-lāt)
1. to state in the form of a formula.
2. to prepare in accordance with a prescribed or specified method.

formulate

(fôr′myə-lāt′)
tr.v. formu·lated, formu·lating, formu·lates
To prepare according to a specified formula.

for′mu·la′tion n.
for′mu·la′tor n.

formulate

(for′myŭ-lāt″)
1. To construct or prepare a recipe or formula.
2. In pharmacology, to make a medication according to a recipe or formula.
formulation (for″myŭ-lā′shŏn)
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Markets such as China, India, Brazil and the Middle East are driving up the total demand for whitening ingredients among cosmetic formulators.
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VOC and emission regulations continue to change, and vary by region, so formulators need to understand the latest requirements and respond to new standards in ways that are cost effective," Cogar said.
OSHA assumed that currently available data and expected early compliance would allow for sufficient time for product formulators to receive or locate the necessary HCS-compliant SDSs and then process the information to create new labels and SDSs.
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For formulators charged with creating systems that will satisfy the desire of today's discriminating consumer for increased sustainability and high performance, making products more natural without sacrificing performance, aesthetics or affordability may seem nearly impossible.
The guide is designed to provide formulators with information relative to product performance and key properties, such as chemical and solvent resistance, so that they can choose the right product for a specific application.