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Office of Pesticide Programs
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Structure Editor Information
Here is the list of useful Ketcher hot keys:
Note: all these shortcuts are shown on tooltips.
In-place Atom Editing
When the simple selection mode is active, you can enter in-place editing if click and hold on an atom. This mode supports the direct input of an atom label and charge, for example: N-, C2+, Na.
Fast Atom Label Input
You can change atom label simply typing it when the atom is under cursor and highlighted.
Atom Properties Dialog
When you double click on an atom, the properties dialog will appear.
Bond Properties Dialog
When you double click on a bond, the properties dialog will appear.
Flipping Directed Bonds
If you click on an up bond and it the up bond mode is selected, this bond will be flipped. The same is true for down bonds.
The Office of Pesticide Programs evaluates scientific data submitted by pesticide registrants in support of pesticide registration to assess potential human health and environmental effects. These studies are conducted with active ingredients, inert ingredients, and product formulations in accordance with EPA guidelines, and generally fall under the subject areas of toxicology, environmental fate and groundwater, ecological effects, residue chemistry, product chemistry, and efficacy. These evaluations are called science reviews or data evaluation records (DERs).
New pesticide indices, with their science review documents, are being added regularly to the FOIA Reading Room.
Due to a variety of circumstances, some records cannot be made fully accessible under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (as amended in 1998), therefore, if a person requesting a document needs accommodations due to a disability, additional assistance is available. The following three individuals serve as direct contacts by email and telephone to assist individuals who may need information not accessible to them:
New pesticide indices, with their science review documents, are now being posted on this Web site. However, when science reviews are not available, they can be requested by submitting a FOIA request.