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CATALOGUE OF QUESTIONS : CHEMICALS, PRACTICE, OBJECTIVES 5, 6, 7 / TRANSMITTED BY THE CENTRAL COMMISSION FOR THE NAVIGATION OF THE RHINE (CCNR)
A Yes, if they have the proper marking B Yes, if they are positioned a quarter of the vessel’s breadth from the hull C No, unless they are located inside the cargo tanks or inside the pump-room D No, this is never permitted CP 609 deleted CP 610 3.2, Table C B You are required to transport UN No. 2218 ACRYLIC ACID, STABILIZED. What is the maximum degree of filling permitted? (...) A To prevent movement of the cargo B To cool the cargo C To isolate the cargo from the external air D To maintain the temperature of the cargo at a constant level ECE/TRANS/WP.15/AC.2/2009/26 page 18 PRACTICE Examination objective 7: Heating Number Source Correct answer CP 701 3.2, Table C A Is it advisable to heat a cargo of UN No. 2348 n-BUTYL ACRYLATE, STABILIZED during transport? A No, since this could cause polymerization B Yes, as long as no gases form in the cargo C Yes, since the substance is stabilized D Yes, since this facilitates pumping of the substance CP 702 B When is it advisable to heat certain substances?
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Score: 1001398.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.15/AC.2/2009/26&Lang=E
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REVISION OF THE PROOF OF THE CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY WITH LIQUIDS FOR PLASTICS DRUMS AND JERRICANS, COMPOSITE PACKAGING (PLASTICS MATERIAL), RIGID PLASTICS IBCS AND COMPOSITE IBCS : ADDENDUM 2 / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY
( (1) Name (2) Description (3) CLASS (4) Classifi- cation code (5) Pa- cking group (6) Standard Liquid (7) 1863 Fuel, aviation, turbine engine vapour pressure at 50°C more than 175 kPa 3 F1 I Mixture of hydrocarbons 1863 Fuel, aviation, turbine engine vapour pressure at 50°C more than 110 kPa but not more than 175 kPa 3 F1 I Mixture of hydrocarbons 1863 Fuel, aviation, turbine engine vapour pressure at 50°C more than 110 kPa but not more than 175 kPa 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 1863 Fuel, aviation, turbine engine vapour pressure at 50°C not more than 110 kPa 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 1863 Fuel, aviation, turbine engine flashpoint between 23°C and 61°C 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1866 Resin solution , flammable vapour pressure at 50°C more than 175 kPa 3 F1 I Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable vapour pressure at 50°C more than 110 kPa but not more than 175 kPa 3 F1 I Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable vapour pressure at 50°C more than 110 kPa but not more than 175 kPa 3 F1 II Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable vapour pressure at 50°C not more than 110 kPa 3 F1 II Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable flashpoint between 23°C and 61°C 3 F1 III Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable having a flashpoint below 23°C and viscous according to 2.2.3.1.4, vapour pressure at 50°C more than 175 kPa 3 F1 III Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable having a flashpoint below 23°C and viscous according to 2.2.3.1.4, vapour pressure at 50°C more than 110 kPa but not more than 175 kPa 3 F1 III Rule for collective entries 1866 Resin solution , flammable having a flashpoint below 23°C and viscous according to 2.2.3.1.4, vapour pressure at 50°C not more than 110 kPa 3 F1 III Rule for collective entries 1902 Diisooctyl acid phosphate 8 C3 III Wetting solution 1906 Sludge acid 8 C1 II Nitric acid (55%) 1908 Sodium chlorite aqueous solution, corrosive 8 C9 II Acetic acid 1908 Chlorite aqueous solutions, corrosive 8 C9 II Acetic acid 1908 Sodium chlorite aqueous solution, slightly corrosive 8 C9 III Acetic acid 1908 Chlorite aqueous solutions, slightly corrosive 8 C9 III Acetic acid 1914 Butyl propionates 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting so lution 1915 Cyclohexanone 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1917 Ethyl acrylate stabilized 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1919 Methyl acrylate stabilized 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1920 n-Nonane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 2,3-Dimethylheptane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 2,5-Dimethylheptane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 3,4-Dimethylheptane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 3,5-Dimethylheptane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 4-Ethylheptane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 3-Ethyl-2-methylhexane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 3-Ethyl-3-methylhexane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 3-Ethyl-4-methylhexane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 2-Methyloctane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 3-Methyloctane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1920 4-Methyloctane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/2003/20/Add.2 page 15 UN No (...) ( (1) Name (2) Description (3) CLASS (4) Classifi- cation code (5) Pa- cking group (6) Standard Liquid (7) 2076 ortho-Cresol liquid 6.1 TC1 II Acetic acid 2076 para-Cresol liquid 6.1 TC1 II Acetic acid 2076 Cresols isomeric mixture, liquid 6.1 TC1 II Acetic acid 2078 Toluene diisocyanate liquid 6.1 T1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2079 Diethylenetriamine 8 C7 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2209 Formaldehyde aqueous solution with 37% Form- aldehyde, methanol content: 8-10% 8 C9 III Acetic acid 2209 Formaldehyde aqueous solution, with not less than 25% formaldehyde 8 C9 III Water 2218 Acrylic acid stabilized 8 CF1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2227 n-Butyl methacrylate stabilized 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2235 para-Chlorobenzyl chloride liquid 6.1 T2 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 2241 Cycloheptane 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2242 Cycloheptene 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2243 Cyclohexyl acetate 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2244 Cyclopentanol 3 F1 III Acetic acid 2245 Cyclopentanone 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 2247 n-Decane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 2248 Di-n-butylam
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Score: 995439.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...P.15/AC.1/2003/20/ADD.2&Lang=E
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PROTECTION OF SHELL AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT ON PORTABLE TANKS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM AUSTRALIA
In September 2007, an insulated portable tank complying with tank instruction T11 and containing Ethyl Acrylate (UN1917) was being discharged from a container ship using a container gantry crane.
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Score: 991366.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2008/47&Lang=E
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ASSESSMENT OF THE RISK TO TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS FROM HAZARDOUS ACTIVITIES : DISCUSSION PAPER / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF UZBEKISTAN ; PREPARED BY R. KARIMOV
The enterprises produce mineral fertilizers, plant protection agents, acetate and acrylic fibres, rubber technicals, paints and varnishes, plastics, etc..
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Score: 981381.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...=CEP/WG.4/SEM.1/1999/21&LANG=E
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AGREEMENT ON TEXTILES AND CLOTHING AGREEMENT ON TEXTILES AND CLOTHING Members, Recalling that Ministers agreed at Punta del Este that "negotiations in the area of textiles and clothing shall aim to
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Score: 975709.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/16-tex.doc
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16-tex.wpf Page 85 AGREEMENT ON TEXTILES AND CLOTHING Members, Recalling that Ministers agreed at Punta del Este that "negotiations in the area of textiles and clothing shall aim to formulate
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Score: 975709.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/16-tex.pdf
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Score: 975709.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/16-tex_e.htm
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TANK CODING AND IMPLEMENTING THE RATIONALIZED APPROACH : REQUIREMENTS FOR PORTABLE TANKS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
TP NOTE RISK CODE OLD T-CODE 1278 PROPYL CHLORIDE 3 II T13 T6 TP2 1279 1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 1281 PROPYL FORMATES 3 II T4 T4 TP1 1282 PYRIDINE 3 II T4 T4 TP2 1286 ROSIN OIL 3 II T2 T4 TP1 1287 RUBBER SOLUTION 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 1288 SHALE OIL 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 1293 TINCTURES, MEDICINAL 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 1294 TOLUENE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 1300 TURPENTINE SUBSTITUTE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 1301 VINYL ACETATE, INHIBITED 3 II T4 T4 TP1 1304 VINYL ISOBUTYL ETHER, 3 II T4 T4 TP1 INHIBITED 1306 WOOD PRESERVATIVES, LIQUID 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 1307 XYLENES 3 II T2 T4 TP1 1648 ACETONITRILE 3 II T13 T6 TP2 1862 ETHYL CROTONATE 3 II T13 T4 TP2 1863 FUEL, AVIATION, TURBINE 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 ENGINE 1866 RESIN SOLUTION, flammable 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 1917 ETHYL ACRYLATE, INHIBITED 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP13 1919 METHYL ACRYLATE, INHIBITED 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP13 1987 ALCOHOLS, N.O.S. 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 1989 ALDEHYDES, N.O.S. 3 II T4 T4 TP1 1993 FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. 3 II T4 T4 TP1 1999 TARS, LIQUID, including road 3 II T2 T4 TP1 asphalt and oils, bitumen and cut backs 2045 ISOBUTYRALDEHYDE 3 II T4 T4 TP1 (ISOBUTYL ALDEHYDE) 2047 DICHLOROPROPENES 3 II T4 T4 TP1 2050 DIISOBUTYLENE, ISOMERIC 3 II T2 T4 TP1 COMPOUNDS 2056 TETRAHYDROFURAN 3 II T4 T4 TP1 2057 TRIPROPYLENE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 2058 VALERALDEHYDE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 2059 NITROCELLULOSE SOLUTION, 3 II T4 T4 TP1 TP8 FLAMMABLE with not more than 12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass, and not more than 55% nitrocellulose 2241 CYCLOHEPTANE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 2242 CYCLOHEPTENE 3 II T4 T4 TP1 2246 CYCLOPENTENE 3 II T13 T6 TP2 2252 1,2-DIMETHOXYETHANE 3 II T2 T4 TP1 2256 CYCLOHEXENE 3 II T4 T4 TP1 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/l997/88/Add.1 page 7 UN # NAME CLASS PG SUB- RAT.APP. (...) TP NOTE RISK CODE OLD T-CODE 2244 CYCLOPENTANOL 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2245 CYCLOPENTANONE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2247 n-DECANE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2265 N,N-DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE 3 III T2 T2 TP2 2271 ETHYL AMYL KETONE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2275 2-ETHYLBUTANOL 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2282 HEXANOLS 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2283 ISOBUTYL METHACRYLATE, 3 III T2 T2 TP1 INHIBITED 2286 PENTAMETHYLHEPTANE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2293 4-METHOXY-4- 3 III T2 T2 TP1 METHYLPENTAN-2-ONE 2297 METHYLCYCLOHEXANONE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2302 5-METHYLHEXAN-2-ONE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2303 ISOPROPENYLBENZENE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2313 PICOLINES 3 III T4 T2 TP1 2319 TERPENE HYDROCARBONS, 3 III T2 T2 TP1 N.O.S. 2323 TRIETHYL PHOSPHITE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2324 TRIISOBUTYLENE 3 III T4 T2 TP1 2325 1,3,5-TRIMETHYLBENZENE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2329 TRIMETHYL PHOSPHITE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2330 UNDECANE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2332 ACETALDEHYDE OXIME 3 III T4 T2 TP1 2341 1-BROMO-3-METHYLBUTANE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2344 BROMOPROPANES 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2348 BUTYL ACRYLATES, INHIBITED 3 III T4 T2 TP1 2351 BUTYL NITRITES 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2364 n-PROPYLBENZENE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2366 DIETHYL CARBONATE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2368 alpha-PINENE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2392 IODOPROPANES 3 III T4 T2 TP1 2394 ISOBUTYL PROPIONATE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2405 ISOPROPYL BUTYRATE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2413 TETRAPROPYL 3 III T4 T2 TP1 ORTHOTITANATE 2498 1,2,3,6- 3 III T2 T2 TP1 TETRAHYDROBENZALDEHYDE 2514 BROMOBENZENE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2520 CYCLOOCTADIENES 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2524 ETHYL ORTHOFORMATE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2527 ISOBUTYL ACRYLATE, 3 III T2 T2 TP1 INHIBITED 2528 ISOBUTYL ISOBUTYRATE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 2541 TERPINOLENE 3 III T2 T2 TP1 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/1997/88/Add.1 page 14 UN # NAME CLASS PG SUB- RAT.APP. (...) TP NOTE RISK CODE OLD T-CODE 3302 2-DIMETHYLAMINOETHYL 6.1 II T4 T6 TP2 ACRYLATE 3348 PHENOXYACETIC ACID 6.1 II T13 T6 TP2 DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC 3352 PYRETHROID PESTICIDE, 6.1 II T13 T6 TP2 LIQUID, TOXIC 1181 ETHYL CHLOROACETATE 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 1199 FURALDEHYDES 6.1 II 3 T4 T6 TP2 1545 ALLYL ISOTHIOCYANATE, 6.1 II 3 T14 T6 TP2 INHIBITED 1569 BROMOACETONE 6.1 II 3 T14 PIH* TP2 TP13 1603 ETHYL BROMOACETATE 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 1916 2,2'-DICHLORODIETHYL ETHER 6.1 II 3 T4 T6 TP2 2023 EPICHLOROHYDRIN 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 TP13 2285 ISOCYANATOBENZOTRI- 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 FLUORIDES 2589 VINYL CHLOROACETATE 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 2611 PROPYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN 6.1 II 3 T5 T6 TP2 TP13 2668 CHLOROACETONITRILE 6.1 II 3 T4 PIH* TP2 2903 PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 TP13 FLAMMABLE, N.O.S., flash point not less than 23 °C 2929 TOXIC LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, 6.1 II 3 T15 T6 TP2 ORGANIC, N.O.S. 2991 CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flash point not less than 23 °C 2993 ARSENICAL PESTICIDE, LIQUID, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flash point not less than 23 °C 2995 ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flash point not less than 23 °C 2997 TRIAZINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flash point not less than 23 °C 3005 THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flash point not less than 23 °C 3009 COPPER BASED PESTICIDE, 6.1 II 3 T13 T6 TP2 LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flash point not less than 23 °C ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/l997/88/Add.1 page 27 UN # NAME CLASS PG SUB- RAT.APP.
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Score: 968129.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...AC.10/C.3/1997/88/ADD.1&Lang=E
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THE BUSINESS CASE FOR KNOWING CHEMICALS IN PRODUCTS AND SUPPLY CHAINS
 RC2 Corporation—lead paint discovered on its Thomas Friends™ toy trains in 2007: o Recalled more than 1.5 million units after learning they violated US government standard for lead in paint (Becker, Edwards, Massey, 2010).
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Score: 963993.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=SAICM/ICCM.4/INF/17&Lang=E
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MAKING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR KNOWING CHEMICALS IN PRODUCTS AND SUPPLY CHAINS
 RC2 Corporation—lead paint discovered on its Thomas Friends™ toy trains in 2007: o Recalled more than 1.5 million units after learning they violated US government standard for lead in paint (Becker, Edwards, Massey, 2010).
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Score: 963993.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=SAICM/OEWG.2/INF/12&Lang=E
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