chemical survey

chemical survey

The directed effort to determine the nature and degree of chemical hazard in an area and to delineate the perimeter of the hazard area.
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Engineering services, preparatory studies and technical and waste chemical survey for environmental remediation N67 (additional exploration and chemical analysis, development, additional measures, Permit application submission project, administrative procedures, detailed design, tender documents, technical supervision, chemical supervision, BauKG, concept and support trial run).
Apart from the problems of chemical reconnaissance, detection methods and analytical procedures are also necessary for numerous tasks of chemical survey consisting primarily in the determination of the degree of contamination of surfaces and samples taken for analyses.
The aims and objectives of centre are to carry out botanical and chemical survey of medicinal plants for various uses, studies on the isolation techniques to develop better methods of isolation and indigenous technology.
While ROK Soldiers filled their trucks, a team from the 501 st was busy conducting a chemical survey to establish the type and extent of the contamination.
A confidential application form and farm chemical survey is available online at http:// extension.
The CBMS is the only instrument on the NBCRV that can conduct a chemical survey.
A chemical attack in sector drives the regimental chemical section to use the CBRNWRS, which would generate an order for the chemical company to conduct a chemical survey (or a decontamination mission) to send the respective platoons into action.
The FOX/FUCHS nuclear and chemical survey vehicle in the US/British Armies is similarly equipped.
A chemical survey of the Ruys' home revealed malathion and its toxic metabolite, malaoxon, in 28 of the 40 samples taken from my clients' home.
Both the biological and chemical surveys however, showed a disappointing decline since the 1995 survey - biological by 21 per cent and chemical by five per cent.
Initially developed at the University of South Florida's Center for Ocean Technology, the MIMS technology permits advanced underwater chemical surveys to be conducted for oil and gas exploration and production, monitoring and protecting ocean resources, and water treatment and management applications.

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