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FORMATION OF roads suitable for transporting all the machines and materials through heavy vehicles like cranes, trucks, trailers, etc.
FORMATION OF. Pu(VI) Crapse et al. recently performed Pu metal dissolution experiments at temperatures ranging from 95 to 108 °C using 7 to 8.5 M HNO3 while monitoring the oxidation of Pu(IV) to Pu(VI) using UV-vis spectroscopy.20 The dissolutions were performed with Fe, Cr, and Ni in the solution to simulate the presence of corrosion products during the dissolution of Pu metal in the 6.1D dissolver. Formation of Pu(VI) was presumed to be facilitated by the presence of Cr(VI) formed in the highly oxidizing HNO3 solutions. It was determined that lowering the temperature to 95 °C from near boiling dramatically decreased the rate of Pu(VI) formation. The rate of formation of Pu(VI) has also been shown to decrease as HNO3 molarity increases.22 Therefore, Pu metal dissolutions performed using 10 M HNO3 and at more reduced temperatures (24 and 57 °C), would be expected to generate even less Pu(VI). Solution samples from the Pu-Offgas-1 and Pu-Offgas-2 experiments will be analyzed by UV-vis spectroscopy to determine if Pu(VI) is present in the solutions. However, it is unlikely that Pu(VI) will be observed. Rudisill et al. sampled and analyzed the solutions from a series of flowsheet demonstration experiments and reported that the estimated Pu(VI) concentration was significantly less than 1 wt %; although, the actual detection limit was not established. The UV-vis spectra were recorded within approximately one week of the dissolution experiments.1 From these results, it appears that the presence of Cr(VI) (or another strong oxidant) is likely required to oxidize Pu(IV) to Pu(VI) during metal dissolutions. The Pu metal dissolutions in this study were performed using glassware without the presence of potential corrosion products (e.g., Cr) in the solution (similar to the experiments performed by Rudisill et al.); therefore, the absence of Pu(VI) would not be indicative of what to expect during the dissolution of Pu metal in the 6.1D dissolver. Results from the analysis of solutions from experiments performed as part of this study will be provided to H-Canyon engineering when available.
FORMATION OF. RADIO ONE OF DETROIT, INC. The parties hereto hereby consent pursuant to Section 6.4 of the Original Agreement to the formation of Radio One of Detroit, Inc., a Delaware corporation, for the purpose of acting as a License Subsidiary (as such term is defined in the Original Agreement) holding the licenses, permits and authorizations required for and/or used in the ownership and operation of the radio stations to be acquired in the Detroit Acquisition. It is understood and agreed that, after the consummation of the Detroit Acquisition, Radio One of Detroit, Inc. will be wholly owned by the Company's then direct subsidiary, Bell Broadcasting Company.


  • Formation of Company The Company was formed on December 2, 2009 pursuant to the provisions of the Delaware Act. The filing of the Certificate of Formation of the Company, and the Certificate of Amendment, with the Secretary of State of the State of Delaware are hereby ratified and confirmed in all respects.

  • Formation and Name The Member has established a limited liability company pursuant to the Florida Limited Liability Company Law, Title XXXVI, Chapter 608 of The 2010 Florida Statutes, as amended from time to time (the “LLC Law”), and pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The Company shall operate under the name “The National Deaf Academy, LLC,” or any other name as approved from time to time by the Member. The Member has caused the Certificate of Organization to be filed with the Florida Secretary of State on June 23, 2000.

  • Formation of LLC The Member has formed an ______________ Limited Liability Company named _______________, LLC by filing the Articles of Organization with the office in the State of ______________ on _______________, 20____. The operation of the Company shall be governed by the terms of this Agreement and the applicable laws of the State of ______________ relating to the formation, operation and taxation of a LLC, specifically the provisions under _________________ which set out the guidelines and procedures for the formation and operation of a LLC hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Statutes." To the extent permitted by the Statutes, the terms and provisions of this Agreement shall control in the event there is a conflict between the Statutes and this Agreement.

  • Formation; Existence It is a limited liability company duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the State of Delaware.

  • Formation; Name The parties hereto formed a limited partnership under the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act, as amended and in effect on the date hereof (the “Act”). The name of the limited partnership is Managed Futures Premier Graham L.P. (the “Partnership,” previously Morgan Stanley Charter Graham L.P., Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Charter Graham L.P. and Managed Futures Charter Graham L.P.). The General Partner may, without the approval of the Limited Partners, change the name of the Partnership, or cause the Partnership to transact business under another name. The General Partner shall notify all Limited Partners (or any assignees thereof) of any such change. The General Partner has executed and filed a Certificate of Limited Partnership of the Partnership (the “Certificate of Limited Partnership”) in accordance with the Act, and shall execute, file, record and publish as appropriate such amendments, assumed name certificates, and other documents as are or become necessary or advisable in connection with the operation of the Partnership, as determined by the General Partner, and shall take all steps which the General Partner may deem necessary or advisable to allow the Partnership to conduct business as a limited partnership where the Partnership conducts business in any jurisdiction, and to otherwise provide that Limited Partners shall have limited liability with respect to the activities of the Partnership in all such jurisdictions, and to comply with the laws of any such jurisdiction. Each Limited Partner hereby undertakes to furnish to the General Partner a power of attorney and such additional information as the General Partner may request to complete such documents and to execute and cooperate in the filing, recording, or publishing of such documents at the request of the General Partner.

  • Formation of Contract Your clicking ‘buy’ or ‘sell’ on the Trading Platform will send a message to us indicating that you wish to trade on the Product indicated. This message will constitute an offer by you to buy or sell at the price and trade size chosen. If we accept the trade we will send you a Confirmation on the Trading Platform to this effect. Your trade will not have been placed and no Contract will come into existence until a Confirmation is generated on the Trading Platform. You must wait for the Confirmation to appear after clicking ‘buy’ or ‘sell’ and should you not receive the Confirmation within two (2) minutes you must notify us immediately. If you do not receive a Confirmation and you do not notify us as required, you will be deemed to have agreed only to the transactions recorded by us. Similarly, if you dispute the contents of any Confirmation sent by us to you, you must notify us immediately upon receipt by email or telephone; if you do not, the transactions recorded by us will be deemed to have been agreed by you.

  • Formation of Limited Partnership (a) The Partnership is formed as a limited partnership pursuant to the Certificate and this Agreement. The Partners agree that their rights, duties and liabilities will be as provided in the Delaware Act, except as otherwise provided in this Agreement. The General Partner will cause the Certificate to be executed and filed in accordance with the Delaware Act and will cause to be executed and filed with applicable governmental authorities any other instruments, documents and certificates that the General Partner concludes may from time to time be required by the laws of the United States of America, the State of Delaware or any other jurisdiction in which the General Partner determines that the Partnership should do business, or any political subdivision or agency of any such jurisdiction, or that the General Partner determines is necessary or appropriate to effectuate, implement and continue the valid existence and business of the Partnership.

  • Formation of Joint Venture The JV Parties hereby jointly enter into and form this Joint Venture, for the limited purpose and scope set herein, pursuant to the laws of the State of California and the terms of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, except as otherwise expressly provided in this JV Agreement or by other written agreement executed by the JV Parties, no JV Party shall have the authority to act for or to assume any obligations or responsibilities on behalf of any other JV Party. Each of the JV Parties acknowledges and agrees that the creation of the Joint Venture shall be purely contractual in nature, and that (i) the Joint Venture shall not constitute the creation of any separate limited liability company, partnership or other legal entity and (ii) other than as specifically provided herein, neither SMK nor the Investor shall be required to make any filing with, or obtain any consent from, the State of California or any other governmental body, in each case, in order for the Joint Venture to commence and for the JV Parties to be contractually bound by this JV Agreement.

  • Contract Formation Subject to FAR Sections 1.601(a) and 43.102, the Government Order must be signed by a duly warranted contracting officer, in writing. The same requirement applies to contract modifications affecting the rights of the parties. All terms and conditions intended to bind the Government must be included within the contract signed by the Government.

  • Partnership Formation and Identification 6 2.1 Formation............................................................................................ 6 2.2 Name, Office and Registered Agent.................................................................... 6 2.3 Partners............................................................................................. 6 2.4