As an experienced chemist with in-depth knowledge of your specialist area, you may meet the requirements of Chartered Chemist (CChem) or Chartered Scientist (CSci) status.
What does CCHEM stand for?
CCHEM stands for Chartered Chemist
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The brand assessment study, billed as the first of its kind by Organic Monitor, involved a chartered chemist examining the ingredient composition of cosmetic products and classifying formulations according to their 'level of naturalness.
Toxicology specialist Brian Johnson, a chartered chemist and forensic scientist, said the alcohol and various stimulants - taken together - would enhance feelings of euphoria, relaxation and intoxication.
After I developed my formulae, I had all the products safety checked by a chartered chemist and checked for microbiological content by a nearby analysis lab, which is required by European law.
The jury also heard from chartered chemist Andrew Sweeting.
Ann Smout, prosecuting, said: "He's a chartered chemist entitled to undertake analysis and produce a witness statement.