easin

easin

[′ē·ə·zən]
(organic chemistry)
C20H6O5I4Na2 The sodium salt of tetraiodofluorescein; a brown powder, insoluble in water; used as a dye and a pH indicator (hydrogen ion) at pH 2.0. Also known as iodoeasin; sodium tetrafluorescein.
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A key component of the EASIN is the catalogue listing over 16,000 invasive alien species in Europe.
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ASPEN aims to contribute to the prevention and management of IAS through helping implement the relevant EU Regulation by: gathering and reviewing scientific information on AS and developing the EASIN information platform to handle official MS notifications, Editorial Board discussions and horizon scanning exercises; contributing to the development of scientific knowledge in collaboration with MS, scientific communities and projects; expanding the geographic information on AS in Europe by enlarging the network of spatial data providers; contributing to a horizon-scanning mechanism.