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Cookies

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What are cookies? (Click to view)

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How are cookies used? (Click to view)

With some types of cookie websites can remember who you are, if you have previously logged in or remember how you like your search results to be displayed. At Chemical Relations we don't need to know that information, however, we do use a piece of software that uses simple cookies to help us improve our website and make the user experience more pleasurable and information rich.

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We use third party cookies to store information about what pages people visit, how long they are on the site, how they got there and what they click on. These cookies do not collect or store personal information (for example, names or addresses), so we cannot identify individuals. This service is operated by Google Analytics. More information on the data they collect at google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html

How to manage cookies? (Click to view)

Your Internet browser controls cookies and it will allow you to set which websites, if any, can use cookies.

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We at Chemical Relations can assure you that there is no personal data shared in these cookies, that they are safe and that they improve your experience of using this website.

What Cookies are used on this site? (Click to view)

The following table shows the cookies used on this website:

Type of cookies used on this website
Cookie Name Issued By Expires Description
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Where Can I Get More Information? (Click to view)

To learn more about cookies and how to manage them visit AboutCookies.org


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