Chemical Reaction Sample Clauses

Chemical Reaction a “Chemical Reaction” is a process (including biochemical processes) that results in a molecule with a new structure through the breaking of intra-molecular bonds and the formation of new ones, or through the alteration of the spatial distribution of the atoms in a molecule. The following operations are not considered to be chemical reactions for the purposes of the present definition:
Chemical Reaction. A good of this Chapter that results from a chemical reaction in the territory of one or both of the Parties shall be treated as an originating good. For purposes of this section, a “chemical reaction” is a process (including a biochemical process) that results in a molecule with a new structure by breaking intramolecular bonds and by forming new intramolecular bonds or by altering the spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule. The following are not considered to be chemical reactions for the purposes of determining whether a good is originating:

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