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Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.   However, it should be emphasized that in many cases, the concentration of the a.i. in the formulation does not significantly affect risk (e.g. for dietary risk, surface water risks, soil organisms or pollinators, it is the application rate that is a key risk factor, not the pesticide concentration in the product).   In some cases, the a.i. concentration in the product may be important for bridging; e.g. for operator risk assessment, when mixing and loading is done using the concentrated product.
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Score: 720529 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/zh/
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Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.   However, it should be emphasized that in many cases, the concentration of the a.i. in the formulation does not significantly affect risk (e.g. for dietary risk, surface water risks, soil organisms or pollinators, it is the application rate that is a key risk factor, not the pesticide concentration in the product).   In some cases, the a.i. concentration in the product may be important for bridging; e.g. for operator risk assessment, when mixing and loading is done using the concentrated product.
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Score: 720529 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/ar/
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Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.   However, it should be emphasized that in many cases, the concentration of the a.i. in the formulation does not significantly affect risk (e.g. for dietary risk, surface water risks, soil organisms or pollinators, it is the application rate that is a key risk factor, not the pesticide concentration in the product).   In some cases, the a.i. concentration in the product may be important for bridging; e.g. for operator risk assessment, when mixing and loading is done using the concentrated product.
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Score: 720529 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/en/
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Active ingredient concentration If the concentrations of the active ingredient(s) in the two products that are bridged are the same, bridging is facilitated.   However, it should be emphasized that in many cases, the concentration of the a.i. in the formulation does not significantly affect risk (e.g. for dietary risk, surface water risks, soil organisms or pollinators, it is the application rate that is a key risk factor, not the pesticide concentration in the product).   In some cases, the a.i. concentration in the product may be important for bridging; e.g. for operator risk assessment, when mixing and loading is done using the concentrated product.
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Score: 720529 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...are-the-pesticide-products/ru/
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Category 2), dose/concentration ‘guidance values’ are provided for consideration of the dose/concentration which has been shown to produce significant health effects. (...) If the latter occurs, new classification is necessary. Concentration of Highly Toxic Mixtures 35. If in a mixture of category 1, the concentration of a toxic ingredient is increased, the concentrated mixture should be classified in category 1 without additional testing. (...) The concentration of ingredient A in mixture (i) equals that of ingredient C in mixture (ii) d).
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Score: 720317.77 - https://www.ilo.org/legacy/eng...fework/ghs/ghsfinal/ghsc13.pdf
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CHIRAL OPTICAL CHANNEL by diffusion, meaning that the particles move from areas In the context of molecular communication, we envision of higher concentration to areas of lower concentration, that chiral molecules will be expected to be largely ex‑ and the displacement of messenger molecules follows a ploited [25]. Due to the feature of changing the polariza‑ normal distribution with zero mean. tion plane of an impinging optical signal, data information The overall chiral molecule concentration lux is given can be encoded into chiral molecules, and carried out via by the sum of the chiral molecules concentration gra‑ the chiral transfer mechanism. (...) The lux of chiral molecule concentration activity as output of the channel will be observed.
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Score: 719724.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...3/files/basic-html/page40.html
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Comparison of the PolEmiCaResults (previous and improved by wing trailing vortices versions) with the Measured NOx Concentration from Aircraft Engines Exhausts under Maximum Operation Mode: blue columns – modeled concentrations for engine jet transportation model; orange columns – modeled concentrations for model of interactions between the jet engine exhaust and the wing trailing vortices; grey columns – measured concentrations. (...) Influence of Atmospheric Turbulence Intensity on the Levels of Air Pollution Produced by Aircraft Engine Emissions: a) maximum average concentration (per 20 minutes); b) maximum instantaneous concentration (per 1s). (...) Calculation of ambient concentrations of harmful substances contained in the plant’s emissions.
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Score: 718827.54 - https://www.icao.int/environme...2016/ENVReport2016_pg82-84.pdf
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Unclear for workers’ representatives No clear role for labour inspector Physisal/chemical properties Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Individual susceptibility Toxicity Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Exposure route Organising a precautionary approach Scheme for nano risk assessment Items in particular influenced by Nano Physisal/chemical properties Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Individual susceptibility Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Toxicity (Some) relevant nano-specific properties Physisal/chemical properties Concentration Dose Health effect Nano-size + size distribution Dimension and form Matrix and availability NP Skin Inhalation Toxicity Swallowing Airborn behaviour of Nanoparticles Physisal/chemical properties Concentration Dose Health effect Agglomeration Gas-like behaviour Skin Inhalation Toxicity Swallowing Uptake characteristics inhalation Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect NP size ~10 – 80nm.… alveoli NP <10 and >100nm secondary ingestionSkin Inhalation Swallowing Uptake nano characteristics skin Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect Skin condition Surface charge (zeta) NP size Skin Inhalation Swallowing Nano-influence on toxicity Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect Increased surface Increased reactivity New chem/phys structures De-agglomeration Skin Inhalation Swallowing Individual differences Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Individual susceptibility Precautionary approach Taking measures Controling exposure Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Adapting NP matrix Precautionary approach Taking measures Controling exposure Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Equipment Manual / automatic Brush / roller / spray Skin Inhalation Swallowing Precautionary approach Taking measures Controling exposure Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Closed systems Ventilation Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Precautionary approach Taking measures Varying working organisation Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Work organisation Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Precautionary approach Taking measures Last choice PPE Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Personal protective equipment Workers’ interests in nanotechnologies Safe Workplace Exposure control • Identify workers potentially exposed Full information on chemicals and products at the workplace Full information on lacking (eco)toxicological data • indication on SDS!
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Score: 718397.95 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...orum6/ppt_nano_broekhuizen.pdf
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To ensure the concentrators arrived as quickly and safely as possible, UNICEF and The UPS Foundation teamed up in a rapid logistics effort to send 500 concentrators to Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, for distribution in the state. This delivery of oxygen concentrators was just the beginning of a response that saw UPS support the delivery of over 3,000 concentrators to India. (...) Those suffering from acute breathlessness get some relief when they are provided with oxygen from the concentrators.” UNICEF/UN0479958/Mitra Oxygen for the future  Oxygen concentrators are also an investment over the long-term.
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Score: 717488.13 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...-deliver-critical-oxygen-india
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The  concentration  of  phosphates  and  total  phosphorus  is  expressed  as  mg  of  P/litre  the     concentration  of  nitrates  is  expressed  as  mg  of  NO3/litre.           (...) The   values   for   concentrations   of   phosphates   and   nitrates   should   be   provided   aggregated   per  monitoring   station.   (...) In   some  countries,   databases  include  the  results  of  analysis  of  nutrients  concentrations  in  surface  water  bodies   for   several  decades.  
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Score: 717428.27 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/euro...g/Indicators/C-11-en-final.pdf
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