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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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Companies that submitted a chemical notice under the TSCA section for a reportable chemical substance on or after January 1, 2005 except where the company manufactured or processed a new discrete form of the reportable chemical substance;
The chemical substance information granted under registration, unless intended to be kept confidential, shall be made public.
Herbal drugs supposedly meant for the treatment of diabetes contain chemical substances such as Metformin and Glibenclamide.
And every new chemical substance, which even might contain raw materials considered harmful to the environment will cost up to 1 million euros to bring to market.
The hazards associated with a particular chemical are not always understood, and there will always be some risk involved in handling chemical substances in the workplace.
Acrylamide, a powdered or crystallized chemical substance mainly used in adhesives, is designated as a deleterious substance under the Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law.
The health ministry has decided to quickly compile a manual on how medical services should respond in the event of terrorist attacks or disasters involving nuclear, biological and chemical substances, ministry sources said Friday.
It would also be easier to buy into the movie's ``chill'' concept if they kept the chemical substance away from fire and direct sunlight.
has never admitted burying the chemical substance at the airport, the department said.
CAS developed the Registry System in the early 1960s to provide a means for determining whether a chemical substance reported in the scientific literature had been indexed previously in Chemical Abstracts and for retrieving the previously assigned CA index name if it had one.
4 By allowing the evaluation and compilation of chemical substance information consisting of data from both legacy and newer formats--an industry-first--the upgraded COINServ[R]-COSMOS-R/R streamlines workflows related to compiling and managing chemical substance information.
The new ProChemist/BM and Obbligato III allow enterprises to manage and utilize "compliance assessment information" concerning the inclusion or non-inclusion of particular chemical substances and "composition information" concerning the types and amounts of chemical substances, both of which are required for reporting with the chemSHERPA scheme.

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