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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. [ISO Common name] MIXED FORMULATION OF CS AND EW [CIPAC numbers]/ZW (month & year of publication) 7.43.1 Description The material shall consist of an emulsion of fine droplets of technical [ISO common name(s)] complying with the requirements of the FAO/WHO specification(s) […. (...) After gentle agitation the material shall appear homogeneous (Note 1) and be suitable for dilution in water. 7.43.2 Active ingredients 7.43.2.1 Identity tests (Note 2) Each active ingredient shall comply with an identity test and, where the identity remains in doubt, it shall comply with at least one additional test. 7.43.2.2 [ISO common names] content 7.43.2.2.1 Total content (Notes 2 & 3) The …[ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg or g/l at 20 ± 2ºC, Note 4) and, when determined, the average contents measured shall not differ from those declared by more than the appropriate tolerances, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 7.43.2.2.2 Free, non-encapsulated content (Notes 2 & 3), if required The free [ISO common name] average content measured shall not exceed ….% of the determined total content. 7.43.2.3 Release rate (Notes 2 & 3), if required The [ISO common name] release rate measured shall comply with the following criteria: …… 7.43.3 Relevant impurities 7.43.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Notes 3 & 5), if required Maximum: … % of the total [ISO common name] content measured. 7.43.4 Physical properties 7.43.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3), if required Maximum acidity: …g/kg calculated as H2SO4. (...) An increase in free …[ISO common name] content (7.43.2.2.2) shall be permitted, to a maximum of ..% of the total content determined under 7.43.2.2.1.
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Score: 1526810.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.43.doc
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[ISO common name] complying with the requirements of the FAO/WHO specification ......, in the form of ....... (see Section 4.2), combined with an emulsion of fine droplets of technical ...... [ISO common name] complying with the requirements of the FAO/WHO specification …..., in the form of ...... (...) After gentle agitation the material shall appear homogeneous (Note 1) and be suitable for further dilution in water. 7.41.2. Active ingredients 7.41.2.1 Identity tests (Note 2) The active ingredients shall comply with identity tests and, where an identity remains in doubt, it shall comply with at least one additional test. 7.41.2.2 …… and …… [ISO common names] content (Note 2) The …… and …… [ISO common names] content shall be declared (g/kg or g/l at 20 ( 2ºC, Note 3) and, when determined, the average contents measured shall not differ from those declared by more than the appropriate tolerances, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 7.41.3 Relevant impurities 7.41.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 4), if required Maximum: ..….% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 7.41.2.2. 7.41.4 Physical properties 7.41.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 5), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1472984.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.41.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] EMULSIFIABLE GRANULES (CIPAC No.)/EG (month & year of publication) 6.15.1 Description The material shall consist of granules (Note 1) containing technical ...... [ISO common name] in the form of ……. (see Section 4.2), complying with the requirements of FAO specification ......, which may be dissolved in an organic solvent, together with other suitable formulants. (...) [ISO common name] content (Note 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 6.15.3 Relevant impurities 6.15.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Notes 2 & 3), if required Maximum: ...... % of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 6.15.2.2. 6.15.3.2 Water (MT 30.5), if required Maximum: ...... g/kg. 6.15.4 Physical properties 6.15.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 4), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4 Maximum alkalinity: ...... g/kg calculated as NaOH pH range: ...... to ...... 6.15.4.2 Wettability (MT 53.3) (Note 5) The formulation shall be completely wetted in ...... min. 6.15.4.3 Dispersion stability (MT 180) The formulation, when diluted at 30 ( 2 °C with CIPAC Standard Waters A and D, shall comply with the following: Initial determination sediment volume ...... ml top cream (or oil) ...... ml Re-dispersibility sediment volume ...... ml top cream (or oil) ...... ml 6.15.4.4 Wet sieve test (MT 185) (Note 6) Maximum: ...... % retained on a 75 (m test sieve. 6.15.4.5 Dustiness (MT 171) The formulation shall be nearly dust-free or essential non-dusty (Note 7). 6.15.4.6 Attrition resistance (MT 178.2) Minimum: ......% attrition resistance. 6.15.4.7 Persistent foam (MT 47.2) (Note 8) Maximum ...... ml after 1 minute. 6.15.4.8 Flowability (MT172) At least ......% of the formulation shall pass through a 5 mm test sieve after 20 drops of the sieve (Note 11). 6.15.5 Storage stability 6.15.5.1 Stability at elevated temperature (MT 46.3) After storage at 54 ± 2 °C for 14 days (Note 9), the determined average active ingredient content must not be lower than ...... % relative to the determined average content found before storage (Note 10) and the formulation shall continue to comply with the clauses for: - by-products of manufacture or storage (6.15.3.1), - acidity, alkalinity or pH range (6.15.4.1), - dispersion stability (6.15.4.3), - wet sieve test (6.15.4.4), - dustiness (6.15.4.5), - attrition resistance (6.15.4.6) as required. ______________________________________ Note 1 Depending on the manufacturing process, the granules may have different forms and particle size ranges.
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Score: 1441201.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/6.15.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] VAPORIZING MATS [CIPAC number]/MV (month & year of publication) The material, sampled from any part of the consignment in accordance with the procedure described in Note 1 or any other acceptable procedure, shall comply with the specification. 8.2.1 Description The vaporising mat shall consist of a pulp‑made mat, or a mat made of other suitable inert materials, impregnated with an insecticide. (...) The mat is intended for use in a heating unit (Note 2) designed to produce slow volatilisation of the active ingredient. The ...... [ISO common name] technical material used in the manufacture of the mat shall comply with the requirements of WHO specification ...... 8.2.2 Active ingredient 8.2.2.1 Identity tests (Note 3) The active ingredient shall comply with an identity test and, where the identity remains in doubt, it shall comply with at least one additional test. 8.2.2.2 ...... [ISO common name] content (Note 3) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (mg/mat) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than ± 15%. 8.2.3 Relevant impurities 8.2.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 4), if required Maximum: ..….% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 8.2.2.2. 8.2.4 Physical properties 8.2.4.1 Size of mat (Note 5) The size of the mat should be compatible with the associated heater. 8.2.4.2 Evaporation rate After heating the mat on the appropriate heating unit for 4 hours, a minimum of 20% of the active ingredient content found under 8.2.2.2 should remain. 8.2.5 Storage stability 8.2.5.1 Stability at elevated temperature After storage at 54 ±2ºC for 14 days (Note 6), the determined average active ingredient content must not be lower than ......% relative to the determined average content found before storage (Note 7) and the formulation shall continue to comply with the clause for: - by-products of manufacture or storage (8.2.3.1). _________________________________ Note 1 Sampling General requirements a) Samples shall be stored in such a manner that there is no deterioration of the material. b) The sampling instrument shall be clean and dry. c) Samples shall be protected against contamination.
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Score: 1432512 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ides/Specs/JMPS_Manual/8.2.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] EMULSION, OIL IN WATER [CIPAC number]/EW (month & year of publication) 7.21.1 Description The formulation shall consist of an emulsion of technical ...... [ISO common name], complying with the requirements of FAO/WHO specification ...... , in the form of ....... (...) [ISO common name] content (Note 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg or g/l at 20 ( 2ºC, Note 3) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 7.21.3 Relevant impurities 7.21.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 4), if required Maximum: ......% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 7.21.2.2. 7.21.4 Physical properties 7.21.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 5), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1428480.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.21.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE [CIPAC number]/SL (month & year of publication) 7.1.1 Description The material shall consist of technical ...... [ISO common name], complying with the requirements of FAO/WHO specification ......, in the form of ....... (...) [ISO common name] content (Notes 1 & 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg or g/l at 20 ( 2ºC) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 7.1.3 Relevant impurities 7.1.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 3), if required Maximum: ......% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 7.1.2.2. 7.1.3.2 Water (MT 30.5) (Notes 4 & 5), if required Maximum: ...... g/kg. 7.1.4 Physical properties 7.1.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 5), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1417848.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ides/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.1.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] WETTABLE POWDER [CIPAC number]/WP (month & year of publication) 6.11.1 Description The material shall consist of an homogeneous mixture of technical ...... [ISO common name], complying with the requirements of FAO/WHO specification [......], in the form of ...... (...) [ISO common name] content (Note 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 6.11.3 Relevant impurities 6.11.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 3), if required Maximum: ......% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 6.11.2.2 6.11.3.2 Water (MT 30.5) (Note 4), if required Maximum: ...... g/kg. 6.11.4 Physical properties 6.11.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 4), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1416739.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/6.11.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] MICRO-EMULSION [CIPAC number]/ME (month & year of publication) 7.23.1 Description The material shall consist of technical ...... [ISO common name], complying with the requirements of FAO/WHO specification ....... , in the form of ....... (...) [ISO common name] content (Note 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg or g/l at 20 ( 2ºC, Note 3) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 7.23.3 Relevant impurities 7.23.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 4), if required Maximum: ..….% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 7.23.2.2. 7.23.4 Physical properties 7.23.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 5), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1415983 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.23.doc
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From the “Notes” provided at the end of this guideline, incorporate only those which are applicable to the particular specification. ...... [ISO common name] OIL-BASED SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE [CIPAC number]/OD (month & year of publication) 7.34.1 Description The material shall consist of a stable suspension of fine particles of technical ...... [ISO common name], complying with the requirements of FAO specification ......, in the form of ...... (...) [ISO common name] content (Note 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg or g/l at 20 ( 2°C, Note 3) and, when determined, the content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 7.34.3 Relevant impurities 7.34.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 4), if required Maximum: ......% of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 7.34.2.2. 7.34.4 Physical properties 7.34.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Note 5), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1403703.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.34.doc
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[ISO common name], complying with the requirements of FAO/WHO specification [......], in the form of ...... (...) [ISO common name] content (Note 2) The ...... [ISO common name] content shall be declared (g/kg) and, when determined, the average content measured shall not differ from that declared by more than the appropriate tolerance, given in the table of tolerances, Section 4.3.2. 6.4.2.3 Tablet dose uniformity , if required The ...... [ISO common name] content, measured separately in ... tablets, shall have a relative standard deviation (RSD) of not more than …%. 6.4.3 Relevant impurities (Note 1) 6.4.3.1 By-products of manufacture or storage (Note 3), if required Maximum: ...... % of the …… [ISO common name] content found under 6.4.2.2. 6.4.3.2 Water (MT 30.5), if required Maximum: ...... g/kg. 6.4.4 Physical properties (Note 1) 6.4.4.1 Acidity and/or Alkalinity (MT 191) or pH range (MT 75.3) (Notes 4, 5, 6 & 7), if required Maximum acidity: ...... g/kg calculated as H2SO4.
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Score: 1398167.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ides/Specs/JMPS_Manual/6.4.doc
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