DECOMPOSITION Sample Clauses

DECOMPOSITION. Phosphoric Acid is stable under normal handling, storage and shipping conditions. Reactions with some metals might result in the formation of flammable gas. Under extreme heat conditions, oxides of phosphorus could be generated. REACTIVITY Hazardous polymerization will not occur. Avoid contact with common metals. DISPOSAL State and local regulations should be followed regarding the disposal of Phosphoric Acid or the neutralization products resulting from any clean-up activities. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS Spill reporting requirements in the United States are set at 5000 lbs. or 380 gallons of 75% Phosphoric Acid.
DECOMPOSITION. All sodium hypochlorite decomposes, a fact that all bleach manufacturers battle with. Light, heat, organic matter and heavy metals such as iron, copper, nickel, and cobalt accelerate the rate of decomposition, contributing to the loss of sodium hypochlorite strength and the formation of oxygen. Loss of available chlorine through decomposition means using more product to achieve the same level of disinfection.

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  • Compositions any corporate action, legal proceedings or other procedures or steps are taken, or negotiations commenced, by any Security Party or by any of its creditors (other than the Corporate Guarantor) or any legal proceedings are taken in respect of the Corporate Guarantor, with a view to the general readjustment or rescheduling of all or part of its Indebtedness or to proposing any kind of composition, compromise or arrangement involving such company and any of its creditors; or

  • Composition The Employer and Union will be responsible for the selection of their own representatives. The committee(s) will consist of up to six (6) employer representatives and up to six (6) employee representatives. If agreed to by both parties, additional representatives may be added.

  • Board Composition Each Stockholder agrees to vote, or cause to be voted, all Shares owned by such Stockholder, or over which such Stockholder has voting control, from time to time and at all times, in whatever manner as shall be necessary to ensure that at each annual or special meeting of stockholders at which an election of directors is held or pursuant to any written consent of the stockholders, the following persons shall be elected to the Board:

  • Committee Composition The Redeployment Committee shall be comprised of equal numbers of representatives of the Hospital and of the Union. The number of representatives will be determined locally. Where for the purposes of HTAP (the Ontario Hospital Training and Adjustment Panel) there is another hospital-wide staffing and redeployment committee created or in existence, Union members of the Redeployment Committee shall serve on any such hospital-wide staffing committee established with the same or similar terms of reference, and the number of Union members on such committee will be proportionate to the number of its bargaining unit members at the particular Hospital in relation to other staff groups. Meetings of the Redeployment Committee shall be held during normal working hours. Time spent attending such meetings shall be deemed to be work time for which the representative(s) shall be paid by the Hospital at his or her regular or premium rate as may be applicable. Each party shall appoint a co-chair for the Redeployment Committee. Co-chairs shall chair alternative meetings of the Committee and will be jointly responsible for establishing the agenda of the Committee meetings, preparing minutes and writing such correspondence as the Committee may direct.

  • Composition of the Board The Board shall consist of seven members, of whom four shall be nominated by DLJMB, two shall be nominated by DLJMB and shall be individuals which are not "Affiliates" or "Associates" (as those terms are used within the meaning of Rule 12b-2 of the General Rules and Regulations under the Exchange Act) of any Shareholder or its Affiliates, and one shall be nominated by the Management Shareholders. Each Shareholder entitled to vote for the election of directors to the Board agrees that it will vote its shares of Common Stock or execute consents, as the case may be, and take all other necessary action (including causing the Company to call a special meeting of shareholders) in order to ensure that the composition of the Board is as set forth in this Section 2.01; provided that, no Shareholder shall be required to vote for another Shareholder's nominee(s) if the number of shares of Common Stock held by the Shareholder or group of Shareholders, as applicable, making the nomination (or, in the case of a nomination by DLJMB, of the DLJ Entities) is, at the close of business on the day preceding such vote or execution of consents, less than 10% of such Shareholder's or group of Shareholders' (or the DLJ Entities'), as applicable, Initial Ownership of Common Stock on a Fully Diluted basis.

  • Composition of Board ‌ Should the Committee on Labour Relations, the Union Committee, and the senior official of the Union fail to settle any difference, grievance, or dispute whatsoever arising between the Employer and the Union, or the employees concerned, such difference, grievance or dispute, including any question as to whether any matter is arbitrable, but excluding re-negotiation of the Agreement shall, at the instance of either party, be referred to the arbitration, determination and award of a single arbitrator. Notwithstanding this, either party may choose to refer a matter to an Arbitration Board of three (3) members. Such arbitrator or Board shall be deemed to be a Board of Arbitration within the meaning of the Labour Relations Code of British Columbia. Where a matter is referred to an Arbitration Board of three (3) members, one (1) member is to be appointed by the Committee on Labour Relations, one (1) by the Union, and the third (3rd), who shall be the Chairperson of the Arbitration Board, by the two (2) thus appointed or, failing such appointment within two (2) weeks after either party has given notice to the other requiring that such appointment be made, the Chairperson of the Arbitration Board shall be appointed under the provisions of Article 11. The following arbitrators are appointed under the collective agreement. Mark Brown Joan Gordon Judi Korbin David McPhillips

  • Composition of the Committee The Committee will comprise: - one (1) retiree appointed by OPSEU CAAT Academic - one (1) retiree appointed by OPSEU CAAT Support - one (1) retiree appointed by the Ontario Colleges Administrative Staff Association (OCASA) - three (3) management representatives appointed by the Council - one (1) resource person appointed by OPSEU - one (1) resource person appointed by OCASA - one (1) resource person appointed by the Council Additionally, when necessary, representatives of insurance carriers shall attend meetings to provide information but shall not act as resource persons for any of the parties.

  • Formation and Composition The Parties to this agreement will maintain a Joint Administration and Dispute Resolution Committee (JADRC) consisting of five (5) representatives of the employers and five (5) representatives of the Provincial Bargaining Council.

  • Composition of Committee A Union/Management Committee shall be established for each Employer covered by this Agreement. The Employer and the Union shall each appoint a minimum of two (2) and a maximum of four (4) representatives to the Union/Management Committee. Where there are fewer than four (4) nurses employed at a worksite, then the number of Union and management representatives may be limited to one each with an alternate.

  • Change in Board Composition During any period of two consecutive years, individuals who constitute the Company’s Board of Directors at the beginning of the two-year period cease for any reason to constitute at least a majority of the Company’s Board of Directors; provided, however, that for purposes of this clause (iii), each director who is first elected by the board (or first nominated by the board for election by the stockholders) by a vote of at least two-thirds (2/3) of the directors who were directors at the beginning of the two-year period shall be deemed to have also been a director at the beginning of such period; or