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CLASSIFICATION OF MAGNESIUM NITRATE HEXAHYDRATE / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM SOUTH AFRICA
Magnesium nitrate exists in multiple forms differentiated by the degree of hydration e.g. dihydrate, tetrahydrate and hexahydrate. (...) ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2005/48 page 3 Annex Annex TECHNICAL DATA SHEET: MAGNESIUM NITRATE PRILLS Trade name : Magnesium nitrate Common name: Magnesium nitrate prills Description: White to off- white uncoated solid hygroscopic crystals with an average particle diameter of about 0,6 mm consisting dominantly of water-soluble magnesium nitrate hexahydrate Molecular formula: Mg(NO3)2.6H20 CAS no: 13446-18-9 (for hexa hydrate form of magnesium nitrate) Uses: Mainly in the manufacture of fertilizers Manufacturer: SASOL NITRO (Division of SASOL Chemical Industries) P.O. Box 2258 Sasolburg, 1947 South Africa Technical enquiries: Tel.: +27(0)16 9760475 Email: kobus.breedt@sasol.com Typical chemical and physical properties of Magnesium Nitrate Prills (hexa hydrate) Magnesium nitrate [Mg(NO3)2] 58% Tapped bulk density 1,1 g.cm-3 Molecular weight [Mg(NO3)2] 148,314 pH [10 % solution] 7 Molecular weight [hexa hydrate, Mg(NO3)2.6H20] 256,406 Specific gravity (water =1) 1,46 g.cm-3 Calcium nitrate [Ca(NO3)2] 0,8% Insoluble in water 0,12% Ammonium nitrate [NH4NO3] 0,2% Decompose (loose water) ~95 ºC / 203 F ______________
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Score: 1246893.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2005/48&Lang=E
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ELECTION TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE LEGAL AND TECHNICAL COMMISSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 163, PARAGRAPH 7, OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA OF 10 DECEMBER 1982
ISBA/26/C/45 21-12044 2/2 Annex Curriculum vitae* Sethuraman Ramesh (India) Name: Sethuraman Ramesh Date of birth: 20 May 1968 Qualification: BSc (Geology – 1988), MSc (Applied Geology – 1990), PhD in Marine Geology from University of Madras – 1998 Title: “Sedimentation and Paleo-climatic conditions of Late Pleistocene – Holocene sediments of the eastern part of Lower Bengal Fan, Northeast Indian Ocean” Specialization: Geological Oceanography, Underwater Vehicles, Deep sea mineral Exploration Research experience: 29 years in oceanography: – Serving as Scientist in National Institute of Ocean Technology-MoES, Chennai since 2002 – Project Leader at ICMAM-DOD-funded research project in Anna University – 1998–2002 – Junior and Senior Research Fellow under DOD and CSIR from 1992–97 Present designation: Scientist – G, Scientist in Charge; Deep Sea Technology Group, National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai – MoES Awards/fellowships: – National Research Development Corporation (Government of India), National Meritorious Invention Awards – 2018 for the invention of “Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle for Polar and Shallow Water Research” – National Geo-science Award from Ministry of Mines, Government of India on February 2012 for the outstanding contribution in the field of Oil and Natural Gas Discovery and Exploration (Gas Hydrates). – DST -DAAD Fellow – lndo-German Collaboration bilateral programme – ILTP programme – Indo-Russian Collaborative programme Expeditions participated: – 34th Indian Summer Expedition to Antarctica on board Russian Vessel Ivan Papanin and stayed at Indian base station Maitri for the first successful exploration in Antarctic Ice shelf using Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) – Involved in development and Participation in deep sea trials ROSUB 6000 – ROV and Deep sea Autonomous Coring System for exploration of polymetallic manganese nodule, hydrothermal sulphides and gas hydrates from 2007 onwards – JOIDES, United States drilling ship and Marion Dufresne, French vessel to decipher gas hydrate occurrence in Indian margins – Gas hydrates exploration in Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russian Federation Publications in Journals – 40; Chapters in Books – 3 Countries visited: Russian Federation, United States, Italy, Germany, Maldives, South Africa and Antarctica Life Member – Ocean Society of India * Curricula vitae are issued without formal editing.
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Score: 1242574.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=ISBA/26/C/45&Lang=E
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CORRECTIONS TO THE NAMES OF SEVERAL UN NUMBERS
In the Spanish name of UN 2949, SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE, HYDRATED with not less than 25% water of crystallization, the word “hydrated” is missing, which should be added. UN English French Spanish 2949 SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE, HYDRATED with not less than 25% water of crystallization HYDROGÉNOSULFURE DE SODIUM HYDRATÉ avec au moins 25 % d'eau de cristallisation HIDROSULFURO SÓDICO (SULFHIDRATO SÓDICO) con un mínimo del 25% de agua de cristalización UN 3138 7. (...) The same table, with all the modifications already incorporated, is reproduced below: UN English French Spanish 2044 2,2-DIMETHYLPROPANE DIMÉTHYL-2,2 PROPANE 2,2-DIMETILPROPANO 2441 TITANIUM TRICHLORIDE, PYROPHORIC or TITANIUM TRICHLORIDE MIXTURE, PYROPHORIC TRICHLORURE DE TITANE PYROPHORIQUE ou TRICHLORURE DE TITANE EN MÉLANGE PYROPHORIQUE TRICLORURO DE TITANIO PIROFÓRICO o TRICLORURO DE TITANIO EN MEZCLA PIROFÓRICA 2949 SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE, HYDRATED with not less than 25% water of crystallization HYDROGÉNOSULFURE DE SODIUM HYDRATÉ avec au moins 25 % d'eau de cristallisation HIDROSULFURO SÓDICO HIDRATADO (SULFHIDRATO SÓDICO HIDRATADO) con un mínimo del 25% de agua de cristalización 3138 ETHYLENE, ACETYLENE AND PROPYLENE MIXTURE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID containing at least 71.5% ethylene with not more than 22.5% acetylene and not more than 6% propylene ÉTHYLÈNE, ACÉTYLÈNE ET PROPYLÈNE EN MÉLANGE LIQUIDE RÉFRIGÉRÉ contenant 71,5 % au moins d'éthylène, 22,5 % au plus d'acétylène et 6 % au plus de propylène ETILENO, ACETILENO Y PROPILENO EN MEZCLA LÍQUIDA REFRIGERADA, con un 71,5%, como mínimo, de etileno, un 22,5%, como máximo, de acetileno y un 6%, como máximo, de propileno 3300 ETHYLENE OXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURE with more than 87% ethylene oxide OXYDE D'ÉTHYLÈNE ET DIOXYDE DE CARBONE EN MÉLANGE contenant plus de 87 % d'oxyde d'éthylène MEZCLA DE ÓXIDO DE ETILENO Y DIÓXIDO DE CARBONO, con más del 87% de óxido de etileno
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Score: 1240400.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2018/11&Lang=E
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LISTING AND CLASSIFICATION. UN 2680, LITHIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLID / TRANSMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO)
In chapter 3.2, the last sentence of Column 2 text states: "Hydrates of organic substances may be included under the proper shipping name for the anhydrous substance, as appropriate." It is queried if only hydrates of organic substances should be treated this way. (...) Delete "organic" from the text for Column 2 of Chapter 3.2. 3. Move the text "Hydrates of substances may be included under the proper shipping name for the anhydrous substance" to 3.1.2 as a new paragraph. ___________
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Score: 1233363.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/1999/11&Lang=E
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR LAW AND JUSTICE, THE - CENTRE EUROPÉEN POUR LE DROIT, LES JUSTICE ET LES DROITS DE L'HOMME
Vincent Lambert’s enteral nutrition and hydration are not suspended while the Committee is processing his case.” (...) On May 20th, without waiting for his family to kiss him goodbye one last time, the French physician in charge, Dr Sanchez, sedated Vincent Lambert to anaesthetize him, and simultaneously removed his hydration and nutrition tubes to initiate his death. (...) Vincent Lambert’s nutrition and hydration, which was done. Sadly, however, on May 31st, the French government lodged an appeal in Cassation (the highest court in France) against this last decision of the Court of Appeal of Paris.
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Score: 1231908.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/41/NGO/138&Lang=E
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Do not skip Sehri meal as this meal gives energy for the whole day until Iftar; Stay hydrated by drinking adequate amounts of water and consuming hydrating or high water content foods such as homemade soup, vegetables and fruits for example cucumber, lettuce, tomato and watermelon during Sehri and Iftar; Limit the intake of sugars during Iftar especially sweet foods and beverages such as cakes, misti or milk-based desserts, fizzy soft drinks, and fruit juices; Limit the intake of fatty food especially fried food such as shinggara, piaju, pakora, samosa, fries; fatty meats, pastry with added margarine.
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Score: 1230262.3 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...staying-healthy-during-ramadan
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Through a delphi-like process that culminated in an in-person consensus meeting, the TPPs were developed listing a proposed set of performance and operational characteristics for 16 newborn products across 6 product categories: Hydration, Nutrition and Drug Delivery; Jaundice Management; Point-of-Care Diagnostics; Infection Prevention and Control; Respiratory Support; and Thermal Management. NEST 360 website Individual TPPs: Hydration, Nutrition, and Drug Delivery: - Syringe Pump TPP Jaundice Management: - Bilirubinometer TPP - Phototherapy Light TPP Point-of-Care Diagnostic: - Glucometer TPP - Hemoglobinometer TPP - pH Monitor TPP Infection Prevention and Control: - Sepsis Diagnostic Use Cases Respiratory Support: - CPAP TPP - Flow Splitter TPP - Oxygen Concentrator TPP - Pulse Oximeter (Continuous) TPP - Respiratory Rate/Apnea Monitor TPP - Suction Pump TPP Thermal Management: - Radiant Warmer TPP - Temperature Monitor TPP - Conductive Warmer TPP Other newborn care - Imaging Device for ROP Screening Download document Download file (PDF, 3,33 MB) Related topics Newborn health Global More to explore Page Target product profiles (TPPs) TPPs communicate requirements for products that are not available on the market but that fulfil a priority need.
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Score: 1230262.3 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...t-product-profile-newborn-care
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SUBSIDIARY RISKS FOR TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUIDS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM BELGIUM
In consideration of the foregoing, the following amendments to the UN Model Regulations are proposed: (a) Eliminate special provisions 313 and 329 in Chapter 3.3; (b) For the entries UN 1391, UN 1649, UN 3385, UN 3386, UN 3389 and UN 3390, eliminate “329” in column (6) of the dangerous goods list in Section 3.2.2; (c) For the entries UN 1748, UN 2208, UN 2880, UN 3383 and UN 3384, eliminate “313” in column (6) of the dangerous goods list in Section 3.2.2; (d) Add the following new entries to the dangerous goods list in Section 3.2.2: AAAA ALKALI METAL DISPERSION, FLAMMABLE or ALKALINE EARTH METAL DISPERSION, FLAMMABLE 4.3 3 I 182 183 0 E0 P402 BBBB MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK MIXTURE, FLAMMABLE 6.1 3 I 0 E5 P602 T14 TP2 TP13 CCCC CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, DRY, CORROSIVE or CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE, DRY, CORROSIVE with more than 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen) 5.1 8 II 314 1 kg E2 P002 IBC08 PP85 B2, B4, B13 DDDD CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE, DRY, CORROSIVE with more than 10% but not more than 39% available chlorine 5.1 8 III 314 5 kg E1 P002 IBC08 LP02 PP85 B3, B13 EEEE CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED, CORROSIVE or CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED MIXTURE, CORROSIVE, with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water 5.1 8 II 314 322 1 kg E2 P002 IBC08 PP85 B2, B4, B13 EEEE CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED, CORROSIVE or CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED MIXTURE, CORROSIVE, with not less than 5.5% but not more than 16% water 5.1 8 III 223 314 5 kg E1 P002 IBC08 PP85 B4 FFFF TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. with an inhalation toxicity lower than or equal to 200 ml/m³ and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50 6.1 3 8 I 274 0 E5 P601 T22 TP2 TP13 GGGG TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. with an inhalation toxicity lower than or equal to 1000 6.1 3 8 I 274 0 E5 P602 T20 TP2 TP13 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2007/39 page 3 ml/m³ and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50 HHHH TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, WATER- REACTIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. with an inhalation toxicity lower than or equal to 200 ml/m³ and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50 6.1 4.3 3 I 274 0 E5 P601 T22 TP2 TP13 IIII TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, WATER- REACTIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. with an inhalation toxicity lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m³ and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50 6.1 4.3 3 I 274 0 E5 P602 T20 TP2 TP13 JJJJ TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. with an inhalation toxicity lower than or equal to 200 ml/m³ and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC50 6.1 8 3 I 274 0 E5 P601 T22 TP2 TP13 KKKK TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. with an inhalation toxicity lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m³ and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC50 6.1 8 3 I 274 0 E5 P602 T20 TP2 TP13 5.
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Score: 1227692.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2007/39&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL SEABED AUTHORITY UNDER ARTICLE 166, PARAGRAPH 4, OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA
The significance of methane hydrates lies mainly in the tremendous resource potential of such resources. The workshop also noted that Canada, India, Japan, the Russian Federation and the United States of America were actively involved in research on gas hydrates and that in the past two years some 400 patents relating to gas hydrate research had been sealed in United States, Japanese and European patent offices. (...) As conventional hydrocarbon reserves dwindle, the prospect of marine gas hydrate exploitation becomes increasingly probable. 45.
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Score: 1216789.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=ISBA/7/A/2&Lang=E
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USE OF PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY TO COUNTER DRUG-FACILITATED SEXUAL ASSAULT ("DATE RAPE") : DRAFT RESOLUTION / SUBMITTED BY ARGENTINA
.: Limited 11 March 2009 English Original: Spanish V.09-81457 (E) *0981457* Commission on Narcotic Drugs Fifty-second session Vienna, 11-20 March 2009 Agenda item 7 Implementation of the international drug control treaties Draft resolution submitted by Argentina Use of pharmaceutical technology to counter drug-facilitated sexual assault (“date rape”) The Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Recalling the strategy for the period 2008-2011 for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime,1 in which it is stated that scientific and forensic findings enrich policy and trend analysis by providing the basis for accurate information in specific areas, Recalling also its resolution 48/1 on promoting the sharing of information on emerging trends in the abuse of and trafficking in substances not controlled under the international drug control conventions, Concerned by the scale of the problem of the use of substances to commit drug-facilitated sexual assault (“date rape”), including alcohol (in fruit drinks, beer, wine and spirits), alprazolam, 1,4-butanediol, gamma-butyrolactone, cannabis, chloral hydrate, clonazepam, diazepam, flunitrazepam, γ-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), ketamine, meprobamate, midazolam, phencyclidine, scopolamine, secobarbital, temazepam, triazolam and zolpidem, of which the most epidemiologically significant substances are flunitrazepam and GHB, and ketamine, which is still not subject to international control, Recalling that, in accordance with its decision 38/4, flunitrazepam was transferred from Schedule IV to Schedule III of the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 19712 and that, in accordance with its decision 44/3, GHB was included in Schedule IV of the 1971 Convention, __________________ 1 Economic and Social Council resolution 2007/12, annex. 2 United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 1019, No. 14956. 2 E/CN.7/2009/L.14 Recognizing that the International Narcotics Control Board, in its reports for 2004,3 20054 and 2006,5 noted the widespread abuse of substances, in particular ketamine, not subject to control under the international drug control treaties, Welcoming the decision by the World Health Organization to conduct a critical review of ketamine, Noting the work being carried out in other international forums to consider the implementation of legislation on offences involving the use of drugs as a means of committing other offences, Noting also the measures taken by certain pharmaceutical companies to safeguard their products against criminal use and, through the use of innovative pharmaceutical technology, to discourage such use and alert potential victims to the contamination of their drinks by causing the drinks to turn blue, 1. Urges Member States to address the emerging problem, which affects many Member States, of the use of the following substances in drug-facilitated sexual assault (“date rape”): alcohol (in fruit drinks, beer, wine and spirits), alprazolam, 1,4-butanediol (BDO), gamma-butyrolactone, cannabis, chloral hydrate, clonazepam, diazepam, flunitrazepam, γ-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), ketamine, meprobamate, midazolam, phencyclidine, scopolamine, secobarbital, temazepam, triazolam and zolpidem; 2. Also urges Member States to consider imposing stricter controls on those substances, including those not subject to control, such as BDO, chloral hydrate and ketamine; 3. Requests the global pharmaceutical industry to cooperate in developing formulations with safety features, such as dyes and flavourings, to alert potential victims to the contamination of their drinks, without affecting the bioavailability of the active ingredients in legitimate proprietary drugs; 4.
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Score: 1209795.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/CN.7/2009/L.14&Lang=E
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