- (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
- agglutinating activity
- chemical reaction
- chemical mechanism
- pyrochemical process
- fibre obtained from natural protein substances regenerated and stabilised through the action of chemical agents
- This Joint Action shall contribute to the construction of the Shchuch’ye chemical weapon destruction facility in the Russian Federation.
- the physical and chemical description of the new psychoactive substance and its mechanisms of action, including its medical value;
- This Joint Action will support the requirement to complete the electricity supply infrastructure at Shchuch’ye chemical weapon destruction facility.
- Sharing facilities and equipment — Mutualising of logistic, structures, informatics, technologies, tools capacities, expertise in particular for chemical and radio nuclear detection and protection [Financing mechanism: Joint action].
- A substance or a mixture that is corrosive to metals means a substance or a mixture which by chemical action will materially damage, or even destroy, metals.
- This risk assessment, preferably quantitative, should include consideration of e.g. mode of action, biological, physical and chemical properties of the micro-organism and other substances in the formulation.
- Description: EU assistance to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) will be focused on the following areas identified by the CWC States Parties as requiring urgent action:
- the emergency numbers of the shipper or any other person or body in possession of information on the physico-chemical characteristics of the products and on the action to be taken in an emergency.
- [Financing mechanism: Calls for tender] Sharing facilities and equipment — Mutualising of logistic, structures, informatics, technologies, tools capacities, expertise in particular for chemical and radio nuclear detection and protection [Financing mechanism: Joint action].
- The objective of this Joint Action is to support the Russian Federation in its efforts to destroy its chemical weapons stockpiles under its obligations resulting from the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction.
- In parallel with the Joint Action, the European Union agreed on an Action Plan in respect of the BTWC in which Member States undertook to submit Confidence Building Measures returns to the United Nations in April 2006 and lists of relevant experts and laboratories to the United Nations Secretary-General to facilitate any investigation of alleged chemical and biological weapons use.
- other critical theatre-level capabilities: theatre-level capabilities (demining within theatre in so far as necessary to the operation; chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear protection (CBRN); fuel storage and supply facilities; storage and destruction of arms and ammunitions collected within the area of operation), in accordance with the Joint Action.
- The Joint Action shall commit funding in support of the Shchuch’ye chemical weapon destruction facility in the Russian Federation and thereby contribute to the destruction of 1900000 million artillery and rocket munitions containing some 5500 tonnes of nerve agents, which are stored at Shchuch’ye awaiting destruction.
- Member States shall, in accordance with their national authorities and legislation, and consistent with international law, take cooperative action, including through inspection of cargo to and from the DPRK as necessary, in order to prevent illicit trafficking in nuclear, chemical or biological weapons, ballistic missiles, their means of delivery, related materials and technology.