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Sciencedaily | August 11, 2020
The enzymes responsible for catalytic reactions in our body's biological reactions are difficult to use for diagnosis or treatment as they react only to certain molecules or have low stability. Many researchers anticipate that if these issues are ameliorated or if artificial catalysts are developed to create a synergetic effect by meeting the enzymes in the body, there will be new ways to diagnose and treat diseases. In particular, if artificial catalysts that respond to external stimuli suc...
Rinchem | August 28, 2021
Rinchem Company Inc., a semiconductor services company with a global network of chemical and gas logistics capabilities announces their partnership with one of the world's largest semi-conductor manufacturers. Rinchem will manage the manufacturer's chemical supply chain and support the upcoming operations based in Arizona.
Our world is in a place where we all need more chip manufacturing to enable the technological advances that are happening these days. The supply chain n...
Cen | June 02, 2020
Chemical makers must curb ethylene oxide leaks, though not nearly as much as the US Environmental Protection Agency had proposed last year. Chemical production facilities collectively will have to cut emissions of this carcinogenic gas from storage tanks, vents, and leaky equipment by 0.69 metric tons per year, under a rule the EPA unveiled June 1. This is less than a tenth of the reduction of ethylene oxide releases by manufacturers of miscellaneous organic chemicals that the agency proposed in...
National Law Review | March 04, 2020
Given the considerable industry stakeholder confusion and angst that has arisen related to the January 27, 2020, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Federal Register notice on identifying the preliminary lists of manufacturers (including importers) of the 20 chemical substances that EPA designated as high-priority substances for risk evaluation and for which fees will be charged (85 Fed. Reg. 4661), EPA leadership has repeatedly stated that EPA is considering options to alleviate these co...
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