chemical operations


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms.

chemical operations

[′kem·i·kəl ‚äp·ə′rā·shənz]
(ordnance)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
The committee selected nine supervisors - three each from pharmaceutical operations, chemical operations and facilities maintenance - as members of the design team and gave it three months to design the return-to-work system and another month to get the pilot program off the ground.
Because GPI is a division of the world's largest manufacturer of inks and organic pigments, its site allows users to effortlessly link to web sites of Sun Chemical operations around the globe.
The companies are eyeing spinning off Mitsubishi Chemical's fine chemical operations and integrating them with those of Yoshitomi Fine Chemicals, Ltd., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Pharma, the companies said in a joint release the same day.
McGean will retain its Aviation and Specialty Chemical operations and continue these businesses as before.
Chemicals group ICI yesterday all but completed its massive three-year transformation by agreeing the sale of its industrial chemical operations for pounds 325 million.
They also launched false-flag chemical operations in the region and killed and wounded hundreds of civilians to raise allegations against the Syrian army.
Gervias, Chief of Chemical, has indicated that enlisted Career Management Field 74 (chemical operations specialist) Soldiers or officers/warrant officers within Army Branch 74 (CBRN officer) must be serving a 74-coded billet and be directly involved in CBRN operations by being engaged in the planning, assessing, characterizing, advising, and mitigating of CBRN threats and hazards inside or outside the continental United States to be authorized wear of the CBRN brassard.
At the beginning of October 2012, PMC closed the purchase of the majority of Arkema's global tin stabiliser, organometallic and organophosphine speciality chemical operations, including plants in Kentucky and some assets in Alabama, for an undisclosed amount.
Great Lakes Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, IN, and Laurel Industries, Inc., a part of the chemical operations of Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy-Chem), Indianapolis, IN, have announced the combining of their antimony businesses as part of a joint venture to develop, produce, and market antimony-based flame retardants, synergists, and catalysts.
ICI said it was in discussions with Ineos 'concerning potential disposals' - widely expected to be the remainder of its UK industrial chemical operations.
Elf Atochem has acquired the thiochemicals activity and the chemical operations upstream from Lactame manufacture from Elf Aquitaine Exploration Production France (EAEPF) of Lacq, France.