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> For some special new chemical substances, such as those can only exist in acidic solution or pyrophoric substances, would they be notified without physico-chemical testing data, or with data merely generated from QSAR studies rather than the testing data?
> Substance A is not listed in the IECSC after comprehensive search. The substance is a functional component of a product. The notified amount should be less than 1t/y and the substance is subject to the general case of simplified notification. Although the substance is excluded from the IECSC, its homologous substances, e.g. potassium salt and ammonium salt of its cation, have been included in the IECSC. Additionally, the substance’s function is mainly determined by its cationic part. If to notify the substance through the general case of simplified notification, is it acceptable to directly use the data of the potassium salt of its cation, instead of carrying out tests on the substance A?
Company A and B are both foreign companies. Company A has obtained the registration certificate of the new chemical substance P. Company A will sell substance P to company B, and B will re-sell it to company C. Does company C need to obtain the registration certificate?
We have a product reagent in small bottles wrapped by outer boxes. How should we label it in this case?
How to determine the hazard classification of mixtures?
What chemicals need to be registered?
If the new chemical substances has already been notified under SEPA Order 17 (predecessor of MEP Order 7), is it necessary to comply with the scientific research record notification under MEP Order 7?
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