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The Chemistry Set 2000

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Chemistry Reference Guide
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Description

Chemistry Reference Guide, with detailed guides featuring:

The Elements
Yellow - ID Number Index
Blue- Name of Material Index
Chemical Critical Properties
Criminal - Terrorist Use of Chemical-Biological Agents
Emergency Response Phone Numbers
Fire and Spill Control
Green - Initial Isolation & Protective Action Distances
Hazard ID Codes
Orange - ERG2000 Guides
Protective Clothing

IMPORTANT NOTICE!
WE DO NOT RECOMMEND USING THIS ELECTRONIC VERSION OF ERG2000 AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE MORE READILY AVAILABLE PAPER VERSION.

While this version can be used for reference or learning purposes, you should become very familiar with the paper ERG2000 and know how to use it! WE DO NOT RECOMMEND USING THIS ELECTRONIC VERSION OF ERG2000 DURING DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS. Due to the inherent fragility of electronic devices, it is recommended that you use the paper ERG2000 during an incident involving dangerous goods. Batteries on electronic devices can fail and the devices themselves are not designed for exposure to heat, cold, water, chemicals, vapors or smoke. In addition, electronic devices should not be used in many cases where explosive vapors or fumes are present.

ONE MORE TIME - WE DO NOTE RECOMMEND USING THIS ELECTRONIC VERSION OF ERG2000 DURING DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENTS. USE THE PAPER VERSION!

Installation Instructions

The program file is not in of itself a program, but rather a grouping of text based documents utilizing ".pdb" files that can be opened with a reader program located in the HPC:Factor SCL.

For the purposes of the screenshots, this program from the SCL was utilized, but there are others available as well.

https://www.hpcfactor.com/scl/815/Mike_Matsnev/Haali_Reader/details.asp?page=compatibility&result=0

Original installation notes from the developer are archived below and not necessarily applicable to Windows CE devices:

Thank you for your purchase of ChemSet 2000! We're sure you'll find this set of electronic references to be extremely useful in your day to day work.

To install ChemSet 2000, you'll need to know how to install any new software package on your Palm device. Please check your Palm owner's manual for details if you're unfamiliar with this process. You'll also need to make sure that you have at least 483KB of space available on your Palm. If your device doesn't have this much free space, you can either remove other files from your Palm or choose to install only portions of the full ChemSet 2000 reference.

YOU WILL ALSO NEED TO HAVE A DOC READER INSTALLED ON YOUR PALM DEVICE. Note that a DOC reader is NOT included with ChemSet 2000. We recommend PalmReader (free) from Palm Digital Media - you can download a copy from http://www.palmdigitalmedia.com. We also recommend TealDoc from TealPoint Software (http://www.tealpoint.com). You can either download it directly from TealPoint's website or from PalmGear HQ (http://www.palmgear.com). TealDoc is a powerful and inexpensive (US$16.95 shareware) package.

Once you've used the Palm Install Tool to move the 14 files which make up ChemSet 2000 to your Palm device, you can open your DOC reader package (PalmReader, TealDoc, Aportis Doc, etc..) and see the list of contents. Note that when ChemSet 2000 files are opened in certain DOC readers including TealDoc, the documents will be automatically scanned for bookmarks. This means that the first time you open each document, there will be a short delay as a one-time indexing process is performed.

If you have any questions regarding ChemSet 2000, please feel free to contact us at support@pdantic.com and we'll try to get you an answer as soon as possible.

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License Exemptionware
The developer has explicity chosen to make available a program that was formerly a commercial product, however is explcitly re-licencing the program (without necessary changing the legal disclaimers within) to remove any and all statements of liability.
   
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Popularity 2197
Total Downloads  3
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 12 January 2023

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