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ECHEar Canal Headphones
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ECHEarly Childhood for the Handicapped
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ECHEnhanced Call Handling
ECHEquity Corporate Housing (Chicago, IL)
ECHEpichlorohydrin
ECHEchelon
ECHEchangeur (French: Exchange; Canada Post street designation)
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ECHElectron Cyclotron Heating
ECHEphrata Community Hospital (Ephrata, PA)
ECHEcho Channel
ECHEpisodic Cluster Headaches
ECHEnterprise Customer Hub (Amdocs)
ECHEchinacea
ECHEl Centro Hispano (North Carolina)
ECHEuropean Clearing House (securities industry)
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Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of epichlorohydrin as a precursor is carried out for 10 min, immediately after the plasma is turned off.
The petro-source for glycerol was from propylene through epichlorohydrin.
Traditionally, epichlorohydrin (ECH) is being produced through petro-based feedstock, i.
o-Phenyldiamine, epichlorohydrin, Mn(II), Cu(II), Co(II), and Zn(II) chloride (Sigma Aldrich) were used without further purification.
Jacobs' scope also includes cost-estimate preparation and project-management support for Jana's new epichlorohydrin plant, to be built at the same site in Jubail.
The infrared spectrum of epichlorohydrin cross-linked chitosan was rather similar to that of chitosan (Fig.
Jacobs' scope also includes cost estimates preparation and the project management support for Jana's new epichlorohydrin plant, to be built at the same site in Jubail.
Under the agreement, Kobe Steel will build a caustic soda production plant and a plant for producing epichlorohydrin, an intermediate material used in making epoxy resin.
These chemicals -- including epichlorohydrin, a hazardous substance known to cause skin irritation and suspected carcinogen -- are believed to be responsible for the "crosslinking" or binding of NRL proteins to the USP cornstarch.
Sodium chlorite was wrongly poured into a storage tank, where it reacted violently with a chemical called epichlorohydrin.
The PELs for the following 20 chemicals will be the first to be addressed: carbon disulfide, carbon monoxide, chloroform, dimethyl sulfate, epichlorohydrin, ethylene dichloride, glutaraldehyde, n-hexane, 2-hexanone, hydrazine, hydrogen sulfide, manganese and compounds, mercury and compounds, nitrogen dioxide, perchloroethylene, sulfur dioxide, toluene, toluene diisocyanate, trimellitic anhydride, vinyl bromide.
Epa Maximum Concentration Recommendations, The Concentrations Of Acrylmaide And Epichlorohydrin Must Be Included With Proposal.