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Let us have some fresh blood," he said, digging a long bodkin into his finger, and drawing off the resulting drop of blood in a chemical pipette.
The doctor is making important chemical discoveries (the possible value of which I can appreciate, being chemical myself), and he is not quite fool enough to expose valuable secrets to the view of all the world.
Around the room were retorts, tubes, cylinders, crucibles, and other apparatus of chemical research.
Georgia Gulf Chemicals & Vinyls LLC, Compound Div.
Simplifying the sourcing process for the chemical industry, users can now search for more than 40,000 commercially available chemicals using a chemical abstracts services (CAS) number, the globally recognized number for chemical classification, on both ICIS and on Kellysearch.
How can performance chemicals (any chemical that imparts a special benefit to the user) contribute to this process?
The idea of hosting a conference on chemical intolerance and addiction stems from a long history of individual physicians' reporting observations on patients that looked like addiction to chemicals, foods, caffeine, or alcoholic beverages," explained conference chair Claudia Miller, a professor and researcher in environmental medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Potomac, MD), a portfolio company of Veronis Suhler Stevenson's (New York) private equity affiliate, has acquired the Chemical Business Services operations of SRI Consulting (Menlo Park, CA), a producer of information and data for the global chemicals industry.
Particularly in the post-9/11 era, it should be clear to everyone that facilities handling the most dangerous chemicals must take reasonable precautions to protect themselves and their communities from the potential consequences of a criminal attack.
Scientists suspect that such chemicals may hasten the ascent of drug-resistant bacteria, perhaps worsening the problem already posed by the overuse of antibiotics (SN: 5/27/00, p.
HERE'S A SOBERING THOUGHT: AT least 85 million Americans live within five miles of a facility that handles toxic chemicals.
Dow and Union Carbide now make lesser-known products like polypropylene and ethylene glycol, so-called intermediate and basic chemicals that crop up in everything from computers to food wrapping.
Telephones, vitamin C, mammography film, wire insulation, kitchen sinks, aspirin, bridges, and white paper are among the essentials of modern life that share a common foundation: They either contain chemicals listed as toxic by the Environmental Protection Agency or require such chemicals in the manufacturing process.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has pledged to force the chemical companies and manufacturers to provide data regarding the type of chemicals and quantity used per year.
com/reports/c50727) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report: Country Industry Forecast - Economic Analysis for the Japanese Chemicals Materials and Foods Industry to their offering.
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