CNBSS Editors. Invited editors and contributors Dr. Belén Ballesteros (Electron Microscopy Division, ICN2) and Pablo Ramírez (X-ray Spectroscopy Services, ICN2).
After the last editorial overviewing and commenting the context and intention of the registry (Part 1), we are now attempting to comment and enhance further discussion on the content and technical approach of the registry. We are confident that although much information on the physico-chemical properties of the nanomaterials to be registered is still optional, the French registry is somehow subtly enforcing their entree. This registration is to be made through the declaration website www.r-nano.fr.
Who is concerned by this registry?
The French registry in accordance with the EU market boundary may not be applicable to entities exporting to Fra...
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