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  • 1. GARDNER’S COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT CHEMICALS
  • 2. GARDNER’S COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT CHEMICALS SYNONYMS, TRADE NAMES, AND PROPERTIES Edited by G. W. A. Milne @KEziCiENCE A JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., PUBLICATION
  • 3. Copyright 02005 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. Published by John Wilcy & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, Ncw Jersey. Publishcd simultaneously in Canada. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a rctricval system, or transmittcd in any form or by any mcans, clcctronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning, or otherwise, except as permitted under Section 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act, without either the prior written permission of the Publishcr, or authorization through payment of the appropriate per-copy fee to the Copyright Clearance Center, Inc., 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923, (978) 750-8400, fax (978) 750-4470, or on the web at www.copyright.com. Requests to the Publisher for permission should be addressed to the Permissions Department, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1 1 I River Street, Hobokcn, NJ 07030, (201) 748-601 I , fax (201) 7486008, or online at http://www.wiley.codgo/pennission. Limit of LiabilityiDisclaimcr of Warranty: While the publisher and author have used their best cfforts in preparing this book, thcy makc no rcprcsentations or warranties with respcct to the accuracy or completeness of thc contents of this book and specifically disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. No warranty may be creatcd or extcndcd by sales representatives or written sales materials. The advice and strategies contained herein may not be suitable for your situation. You should consult with a professional whcre appropriatc. Ncither the publisher nor author shall be liablc for any loss of profit or any othcr commercial damagcs, including but not limited to special, incidcntal, consequential, or other damages. For general information on our othcr products and services or for technical support, please contact our Customcr Care Department within thc United States at (800) 762-2974, outside the United States at (317) 572- 3993 or fax (317) 572-4002. Wilcy also publishes its books in a varicty of electronic formats. Some content that appears in print may not be available in clectronic format. For information about Wilcy products, visit our wcb sitc at www.wilcy.com. Librury o Congress Cataloging-in-Publieution Dutu: f Gardner’s Comrncrcially Important Chcmicals: Synonyms, Tradcnames, and Properties. / cditcd by Gcorgc W. A. Milnc. p. cm. Includes indcx. ISBN 13: 978-0-47 1-73518-2 ISBN 10: 0-471-73518-3 2. Chemicals-Trademarks. I. Milne, 1. Chemicals-Dictionarics. Gcorge W. A., 1937TP9.G286 2004 66W.034~2 1 Printed in the United States of America 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 98-51 143 CIP
  • 4. CONTENTS vii Preface How to Use This Book xi Glossary of Units xv xvi i Abbreviations SECTION I D ICTl O N ARY Structures, Chemical Names, Synonyms and Properties SECTION II INDEXES 1 EINECS Numbers 2 CAS Registry Numbers 3 Names and Synonyms SECTION 111 687 721 755 DIRECTORY Manufacturers and Suppliers V 1139
  • 5. PREFACE Through eleven editions, Gardner’s Chemical Synonyms and Trade Names has become the best-known and most widely used source of information on chemicals in commerce. This companion Book reflects the continuing research underlying this reference work and presents a major expansion of the information provided for individual chemical compounds. In the preparation of this Book, an effort has been made to include useful information on chemicals that play a significant role in commerce. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in cooperation with industry, maintains a list of ”High Production Volume” (HPV) chemicals whose production volume in the US exceeds one million pounds per year. With the exception of fuels, some 1836 HPV chemicals have been included in this Book. Some other chemicals, notably drugs, are also very important in commerce although they are produced in much smaller quantities. Most pesticides also fail to reach this production level and the 502 most commonly prescribed drugs and 576 most heavily used pesticides have been included in this compilation, along with the more commonly used veterinary medicines and pharmaceutical excipients. In addition, some 2635 chemicals which are not in any of these categories but which are in the 1 1 th. Edition of Gardners have also been included. vii
  • 6. This compilation contains 4,174 entries drawn from these various sources. For each chemical, the appropriate identifying information (CAS Registry Number, structure, molecular formula and chemical name is provided and in each case, an exhaustive list of known synonyms for the materials is given. These synonyms include other identifiers, chemical names, tradenames and trivial names, in English and other languages. There are on average, some 18 synonyms for each chemical described in this Edition. Chemical properties of the compounds are given, as is information concerning known uses of the chemical. Biological data, in particular acute toxicity in various species is provided as available and finally, companies that manufacture or supply the material are identified. The main criterion for inclusion of a material in this handbook is its importance as a significant commercially available chemical. Thus all bulk inorganic chemicals are included, all major pesticides (herbicides, insecticides, antifungal agents, and so on) and many dyestuffs, surfactants, metals and inorganic compounds are described in this book. Only the most commonly used drugs are included and for a more exhaustive coverage of drugs, the reader is referred to a separate publication, Drugs: Synonyms and Properties, published by Ashgate. Similarly, a complete coverage of pesticides may be found n the Handbook of Pesticides, also from Ashgate. Almost all the records in this compila ion carry the appropriate Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) Registry Number and the associated EINECS (European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances) number. Wherever possible, a chemical i s thus tagged with the major American and European identification numbers. In addition, all chemicals in this edition which also appear in the Thirteenth Edition of the Merck Index have the Merck Index Number provided. Identifiers from other databases, such as Beilstein, and files maintained by governmental agencies such as UN, EPA, USDA and NCI are also provided and can be used as links to these databases. A feature of this database is the inclusion of physical properties and use data for pure chemicals. Properties that have been provided as available include the melting point, boiling point, density or specific gravity, optical rotation, ultraviolet absorption, solubility and acute toxicity. The major uses of most of the chemicals are indicated and, where appropriate, regulatory information is also provided. ... Vlll
  • 7. Details of the structure of a record are provided in the section How to Use this Book on page xi. Proprietary Considerations Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided in this Book. However, the publishers cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information, and users are expected to bear in mind the following information: The reporting of a name in this Book cannot imply definitive legality in establishing proprietary usage. Questions concerning legal ownership of a particular name can be resolved by due legal process. A manufacturer in some countries may manufacture its product under names different from those cited in this Book. Similarly, manufacture or marketing of a product may be licensed to a separate company in another country either under the same or a different name. We trust that readers will find that this compilation contains a wealth of information which is difficult to obtain from any other source. It is the intention of the publishers to produce regularly updated editions and subsets of this compilation at suitable intervals in both printed and digital form. Companies wishing to submit new or updated material for inclusion in future editions should contact George W A Milne (address below). Ac know I edgements The Editor would like to acknowledge the skilled programming performed by Dr Ju-yun Li which allowed for accurate formatting and typesetting of this handbook. Finally, I should like to acknowledge the expert assistance and continual support provided by my wife, Kay, without whom none of my deadlines would have been met. George W A Milne John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 11 1 River Street Hoboken, NJ 07030-5774 USA E-maiI: bi II@p hm.com ix
  • 8. HOW TO U S E THIS BOOK The book is divided into three Sections; a main Section, an Index Section containing three indexes and a Directory of Manufacturers and Suppliers. A brief description of each Section is given below A. SECTION 1 contains a monograph for every chemical in the database. Every entry in this Section has a unique Entry Number which is used to find and refer to the entry it identifies. The indexes in Section 2 of the Book make use of this Entry Number to facilitate cross-referencing back to Section 1 . Entry Number I Bromoxvnil 482 Entry Name Data Tag Merck Index No. Structure Chemical Name iBe,lrte#n H a n d b o o k 4 10~00-00475 indurtrlal, B u t i l chlarotor, C a i w e l l N o I 1 9; CCRlS 2 4 4 7 , C e 8, C h i p c o b u c t r d ; C h i p c o c r a b - k l e e n , EINECS 2 1 6 - 8 8 2 - 7 ; EN 2 0 8 5 2 . € P A P e s t ~ c ~ d eh e m i c a l C o d e 0 3 5 3 0 1 . H S D B 1 5 2 3 , C Lshuctrd; L a b u c t r d 2 5 , L i i a r o l M , M & B 1 0 7 3 1 ; M B 1 0 0 6 4 ; ME 4 B i o m i i i ~ I N o v a c o r n , N U - L a w n weeder, O x y t r l l M; Pardne:. 5 . 8 1 , c e r e d l c r a p r Regibtered b y EPA J S a herbici c i y i t a l i . rnp = 1 9 4 I Y 5 " . sublimer a t 135"10 ~ H,O (0.013 g i l o o mi), M e O H ( 9 g l l O 0 mi), E t g/lOO id). D M F (61 g l l 0 0 ml), mineral o i l (< 2 g l l 0 0 ml); LD oil1 = 2 6 0 ( r a t o i l ) = 1 9 0 rnglkg, ( m u $ o i l ) = 1 1 0 mglkg, (rbt m g l k g , rdag orl) = 1 0 0 imgllig, l p h e a s a n l o i l ) = 5 0 mglkg, (he xi
  • 9. A typical record is shown above. The first line contains the Entry Number for the record (482) and the name of the material (Bromoxynil). The second line gives the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) Registry Number (1 689-84-5) for the compound, the corresponding Merck Index Entry (1465) and a data tag (G H P) indicating the file(s) which were the source of the compound. The CAS RN, Merck Index Number and Data Tag always appear in the same position (left, centre or right) enabling the reader to determine which source they belong to. The Data Tag may have any of 6 values, defined below: D - Drug, in US Pharmacopeia E - Pharmaceutical Excipient G - In Gardner’s (1 1th. Edition) H - High Volume Production (HVP) Chemical in EPA HPV List P - Pesticide V - Veterinary Medicine Whenever CAS Registry Numbers are used in the text, they are always enclosed in brackets, for example 1122-99-61. The structure and molecular formula of the compound are provided and the next line carries the chemical name of the compound. This is followed by as many as 200 synonyms, including identifiers, trade names, synonyms and other non-chemical names. The use of the chemical and relevant regulatory information are then given and, when available, the physical properties are presented. These include melting point, boiling point, density or specific gravity, refractive index, uv absorption, solubility. Where available, acute toxicity data in various species are provided. Finally, the companies which manufacture or supply the product are given. It should be noted that almost all the data in this Book relate to pure compounds. B. SECTION I1 contains three Indexes: i) Index 1 enables the reader to locate the Entry Number for any CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) Registry Number. xii
  • 10. i i ) Index 2 enables the reader to locate t h e Entry Number for any EINECS (European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances) Number. i i i ) Index 3 contains all the names, synonyms and tradenames and ther identifiers for the compounds in the database. The chemical names of organic compounds are not useful as locators and have therefore been omitted from this Index. This is probably the most convenient place to start if only a name is known. This thesaurus will refer the reader to the Entry Number in Part I, which relates t o the main entry for that chemical. C. SECTION 111 is a directory of chemical manufacturers and suppliers whose products are described in the Book. The entries are in alphabetical order by company name. Wherever possible, the postal address, telephone number, fax number and website address are provided. ... XI11
  • 11. GLOSSARY OF UNITS Name Description Mass Unless otherwise specified, mass is expressed in a multiple of grams (g), such as micrograms (pg; = g), milligrams (mg; = 10" g), grams (g; = 10' g), g), etc. kilograms (kg; = Volume Volume is expressed in litres (I) or millilitres (ml) unless otherwise specified. Temperature When no units are cited, the temperature given is in degrees Celsius ("C). Melting point Melting points are cited in degrees Celsius ("C) unless otherwise specified. Boiling point When measured at atmospheric pressure, boiling points are cited with no pressure, e.g. bp = 167". At other pressures, the pressure i s also cited, i.e. bpo,', = 167". Density The measurement temperature i s given as a superscript; thus a density of 1.123 measured at 25" xv
  • 12. will appear as d2' = 1.123. If the measurement was explicitly referenced to the density of water at 4", the citation will carry both a superscript and a subscript, as in d25,= 1.123. Specific gravities are denoted by the abbreviation 'sg'. Optical rotation Optical rotations (a) are cited with the measurement temperature superscripted, and the measurement wavelength (often the sodium D line) subscripted, as in [a]? = 105". When mutarotation can occur, the starting and an equilibrium values are given, as in [a]: = 105"i- 91 '. UV absorption The ultraviolet absorption maxima given by the material are cited in nanometers (nm = millimicrons, mp) and the absorptivity E or A, (which are unitless) is also given. Acute toxicity Wherever possible the units of toxicity are LD,,, i.e. the dose which is lethal to 50% of the test animals. In most cases, acute toxicity is measured with the rat, D orally administered, and the result is reported as L , (rat orl) = 50 mg/kg. Other species (for example, mus = mouse; rbt = rabbit; pgn = pigeon; hmn = human; chd = child; wmn = woman; gpg = guinea pig) are occasionally cited as are other administration routes (sc = subcutaneous; ihl = inhalation; ip = intraperitoneal; iv = intravenous). Chronic toxicity data are not given. xvi
  • 13. ABBREVIATIONS Terms Definition ABS ACE ACN alc. AMP aq. ASA BHA BHT BMC bP BP BR BRN B/S CAB CAS CCRIS acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene CDA CFC acety lchol i nesterase acrylonitrile alcohol 2-ami no-2 -methy 1-1-propano1 aqueous acryl ic-styrene-acrylonitri le bu ty I ated h y d roxya n i sol e bu ty I ated h yd roxytol uene bulk molding compound boiling point British Pharmacopeia butadiene rubbers, polybutadienes Beilstein Registry Number b u tad i en e/sty re n e cellulose acetate butyrate Chemical Abstracts Service Chemical Carcinogenesis Research Information System (NLM) com pl etel y denatured al coho1 Chlorofluorocarbon xvii
  • 14. C.I. CL CMC CNS CPE CPVC CR cs or cSt CTFA DAP DB DEA DEDM DlBA DlDA DMC DMDM DMF DMSO DNPT DOP DOT DP acid DPG DTPA ECTFE EDTA EINECS EMC E 1 M E O EP E PA EPDM E PM EPR ESCR ETFE Color Index Cyanam id Laboratories carboxymethylcellulose, critical micellar concentration central nervous system c hlor inated po I yeth y Iene ch I ori nated polyvinyl chloride chloroprene rubber, polychloroprene centi stoke(s) Cosmetic, Toiletries and Fragrance Association dia I I y I phth a I ate, diammon ium phosphate dichlorophenoxybutyric acid diethanol am ine, d ietha no1ami de diethylol diethyl di isobuty I ad ipate diisodecyl adipate 4,4'-dichloro(methylbenzhydrol) dimethylol dimethyl dimethlformamide dimethyl sulfoxide din itrosopentameth y lenetetram ine dioctyl phthalate Department of Transportation diphenolic acid diphenylguanidine dieth ylenetriam ine pentaacetic acid et hy I ene/c h I orot r if I uo roet hy I ene copo Iy mer ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances electromagnetic conductive electromagnetic interference ethylene oxide extreme pressure Environmental Protection Agency ethylene-propylene-diene rubbers ethylene-propylene rubbers ethylene-propylene rubber environmental stress crack resistance ethylene tetrafluoroethylene xviii
  • 15. ETU EVA F FA FDA FEMA FEP FFA FC f P FRP GFRP gran. G RAS GRP HDI HDL HDPE HIPS HLB HPLC HSDB H PV IC ICI i hl IIR I PA I PM I PP IR IU iv 1 KTPP LDL LDPE LED LLDPE Ltd MA ethylene thiourea ethylene vinyl acetate Fahrenheit fatty acid Food & Drug Administration Federal Emergency Management Agency fluorinated ethylene propylene free fatty acid food grade freezing point fi berglass-reinforced plastic(s) glass fiber-reinforced plastic(s) granular, granules generally recognized as safe glass-reinforced plastics, polyester hexamethylene diisocyanate high density lipids high density polyethylene high impact polystyrene hydrophi I ic-l ipophi lic balance high performance liquid chromatography Hazardous Substances Database High Production Volume (Chemical) integrated circuit Imperial Chemical Industries inhalation i s 0buty I ene- isoprene rubber isopropyl alcohol isopropyl myristate isop ropy1 pa I m itate (synthetic) isoprene rubber, infrared international units intravenous joule(s) potassium tri polyphosphate low density lipids low density polyethylene light-emitting diode linear low density polyethylene Limited methacrylic acid x1x
  • 16. 4,4'-methylene bis(orthoch1oroaniIi ne) mercaptobenzoth iazole 2-mercaptobenzothiazole disulfide (4-chloro-2-methylphenoxy) acetic acid MDI methylene diphenylene diisocyanate MDM monomethylol dimethyl MDPE medium density polyethylene MEA monoethanolamine, monoethanolamide MEK methyl ethyl ketone MlBK methyl isobutyl ketone min. mi nute(s), mineral, minimum MlPA monoisopropylamine, monoisopropylamide MKP monopotassium phosphate MMW-HDPE medium molecular weight high density polyethylene methylene bis(orthochloroani1ine) MOCA melting point MP methyl propyl ketone MPK moisture vapor transmission rate MVTR molecular weight mw normal N nitrile-butadiene rubber NBR n itrocel I ulose NC National Cancer Institute (NIH) NCI n itri le-chloroprene rubber NCR National Electrical Manufacturers Association NEMA non-f lammab Ie N/F National Formulary NF National Institutes of Health NIH National Library of Medicine (NIH) NLM natural (isoprene) rubber NR National Service Center (NCI) NSC National Science Foundation NSF n itri lotriacetic acid NTA original equipment manufacturer OEM oriented polypropylene OPP over the counter (i.e. non-prescription) drug OTC oil-in-water OIW Pascal Pa PAN polyacrylon itri le MBCA MBT MBTS MCPA xx
  • 17. PBT PbW PC PCA PCP PCTFE PE PEEK PEG PEI PEK. PES PET PFA PG PH Phr PIB PK PMA PMMA PO POE POM POP PP PPE PPG PPm PPO PPS PS PTFE PTMEG PU, PUR PVA, PVAL PVAc PVB PVC PVDC PVDF polybutylene terephthalate parts by weight polycarbonate 2 -pyrrol idine-5 -carboxy I ic acid pentachlorophenol polychlorotrifl uoroethylene polyethylene polyet heretherketone polyethylene glycol polyetherim ide polyet herketone polyether sulfone polyethylene terephthalate perfluoroalkoxy polypropylene glycol hydrogen ion concentration as negative logarithm parts per hundred of rubber or resin polyisobutylene dissociation constant as negative logar ithm phosphomolybdic acid polymethyl methacrylate propylene oxide polyoxyethylene, polyoxyethylated poI yoxy methy I ene poI yox ypropy Iene, poI yox y propy Iated poIypropy I ene polyphenylene ether polypropylene glycol parts per million polyphenylene oxide polyphenylene sulfide polystyrene polytetrafluoroethylene polytetramethylene ether glycol polyurethane polyvinyl alcohol polyvi ny I acetate polyvinyl butyral polyvinyl chloride polyvinylidene chloride polyvi ny I idene f I uor ide xxi
  • 18. PVE PVF PVM PVP RCRA RFI RIM RTM RTV RV SAN S/B SBR SBS SDA SE SMA SMC SPF SR SRF TBHQ TDI TEA TFE THF TI PA TMC TMPTA TPGDA TPO UF UHF UHMW UHMWPE UL UN uPVC USDA polyvinyl ethyl ether polyvinyl fluoride polyvinyl methyl ether polyvinyl pyrrolidone Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (EPA) radio frequency interference react ion inj ect io n m oI ded (mo I d ing) resin transfer molding room temperature vulcanizing recreational vehicle styrene-acrylonitrile styrene/butadiene styrene/butadiene rubber styrene-butadiene-styrene specially denatured alcohol self emulsifying styrene maleic anhydride sheet molding compound sun protection factor styrene rubber sem i-rei nforced furnace tert-buty I hyd roq u inone toluene diisocyanate triethanolamine, triethanolamide tetrafl uoroethylene tetrahydrofuran triisopropanolamine thick molding compound trimethylolpropane triacrylate tripropylene glycol diacrylate t herm o pI asti c poI yo Ief in u rea-formal deh yde ultra-high frequency ultra high molecular weight ultra high molecular weight polyethylene Underwriter’s Laboratory United Nations unplasticized polyvinyl chloride f United States Department o Agriculture xxii
  • 19. USP uv VA VAE vc VdC, VDC VHF voc VIV VIW WIO WIV WIW XLPE United States Pharmacopeia uItra-violet vinyl acetate vinyl acetate ethylene vinyl chloride vinylidenechloride very high frequency volatile organic compounds volume by volume volume by weight water in oil weight by volume weight by weight cross-Iinked polyethylene xxiii
  • 20. Gardner 's Commercially Important Chemicals: Synonyms, Trade Names, and Properties Edited by G. W. A. Milne Copyright 02005 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. TTTTT 0 DI CT1 NARY Chemical Names and Synonyms
  • 21. 1 Abalyn 127-25-3 6036 Stearamide DEA; Stearic acid diethanolamide; Stearoyl diethanolamide; N,N-Bis(hydroxyethy1)octadecanamide; N,N-Bis(2hydroxy-ethy1)octadecanamide; N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)stear-amide; N,N-Bis(p-hydroxyethy1)stearamide; Clindrol 868; Clindrol 200-S; Cyclomide SD; Diethanolamine stearic acid amide; Diethanolstearamide;Onyxol 42; Schercomid ST; Stearamide DEA; Stearic acid diethanolamide; Stearic diethanolamide; Stearoyl Diethanolamide; N-Stearoyl diethanolamine; Unamide S. Thickener, emulsifier for mineral and vegetable oils, microcrystalline wax. Heterene; Taiwan Surfactants. 202-280-1 G 4 Ablunol GML 142-18-7 CZlH3.702 Methyl abietate. 4-09-00-02176 (Beilstein Handbook Reference);Abietic acid, methyl ester; A13-01745; BRN 2702228 EINECS 204-832-7; Methyl 7,13abietadien-18-oate; Methyl abietate; NSC 2141; Podocarpa-7,13dien-15-oic acid, 15isopropyl-, methyl ester. Resin with compatibility surface wetting properties, viscosity. and tack. Used in lacquers, inks, paper coatings, varnishes, adhesives, sealing compounds, plastics, wood preservatives and perfumes. Pale yellow leaflets; bp = 360-365", bp16 = 225-226O; d20 = 1.040; hm 220, 233, 241 nm (E = 6880, 7100, 7260, MeOH); insoluble in H20, soluble in EtOH, AcOH. Hercules Inc. 204832-7 2 , 5 0 2 0 KC1'H23 0 C15H3004 Glyceryl laurate. Ablunol GML; AldoB MLD; (+)-2,3-Dihydroxypropyl dodecanoate; 2,3-Dihydroxypropyl laurate; Dodecanoic acid a-monoglyceride; Dodecanoic acid, 2,3-dihydroxypropyl ester; Dodecanoic acid, 2,3dihydroxypropyl ester; 3-Dodecanoyloxy-l,2-propanediol; EINECS 205-526-6; Glyceryl laurate; 1-Glyceryl laurate; Glycerol I-laurate; Glycerol a-monolaurate; Glycerin 1-monolaurate; Glyceryl monododecanoate; (r)-Glyceryl 1-monododecanoate; Glyceryl monolaurate; Grindtek ML 90; Lauric acid a-monoglyceride; Lauric acid 1-monoglyceride; Lauricidin; Laurin, 1-mono-; 1Monododecanoylglycerol; h-Monolaurin; I-Monolaurin; 1Monolauroyl-rac-glycerol; I-Monomyristin; Laurin, 1-mono-2,3dihydroxypropyl dodecanoate; Glycerin 1-monolaurate; Glycerol 1dodecanoate; Glycerol 1-laurate; Glycerol 1-monolaurate; Glycerol a-monolaurate; 1-Glyceryl laurate; Glyceryl monododecanoate; Glyceryl monolaurate; Lauric acid 1-monoglyceride; Lauric acid amonoglyceride; I-Monolaurin. A dispersant and emulsifier for cosmetic, pharmaceutical and industrial use. Used as a dispersant for food products, oils, waxes, solvents; antifoaming agent; drycleaning soap base. Used in mold release agents. Component of water-oil and oil-water creams, lubricant, antistat, antifogging agent in plastics; antimicrobial effects reported. Grindsfed UK; HenkeVEmery; Lonzagroup; Protarneen; Taiwan Surf. Abietic acid 514-10-3 EG G C20H3002 (1R-(1a,4ap,4ba,l Oaa)]-1,2,3,4,4a,4b,5,6,10,1 Oa-Deca-hydro1,4a-dimethy1-7-( -methylethyl)-1-phenanthrene-carboxylicacid. 1 7,13-Abietadien-IBoic acid; Abietate; Abietic acid; I-Abietic acid; A13-17273; CCRIS 3183; EINECS 208-178-3; 13Isopropylpodocarpa-7,13-dien-l5-0icacid; Kys-elina abietova; NSC 25149; Podocarpa-7,13-dien-I5-oic acid, 13-isopropyl-; Sylvic acid. A major active ingredient of rosin: used as varnish driers, in soaps, and in the fermentation industry Used in lacquers, varnishes, soaps and plastics. Plates; mp 173.5"; bpg = 250'; [a@)= (c 1 -116' EtOH), Am = 235, 241.5, 250 nm (E 19500, 22000, 14300); insoluble in H20, very soluble in EtOH, Etz0, MezCO, C6H6; LD50 (mus iv) = 180 mgikg. Hercules Inc. 208178-3 5 Ablusol DBD 26545-53-9 EG Ablumide SDE 3 G 93-82-3 Ci8H3003S.C4HiiN0z DEA dodecylbenzene sulfonate. A13-28007; BAS 089-00E; Benzenesulfonic acid, dodecyl-, compd with 2,2'-iminobis(ethanol); Caswell No. 413D; DEADodecylbenzenesulfonate; Diethanol-amine do-decylbenzene sulfonate; Diethanolamine do-decyl-benzenesulfonate; Dihydro-3(tetrapropenyl)-2,5-furan-dione; Dihydro-3-(tetrapropenyl)furan-2,5di-one; Do-decylbenzenesulfonic acid, diethanolamine salt; Dodecylbenzenesulphonicacid, compound with 2,2'-iminodiethanol (1:l); DSA DSA (crosslinking agent); EINECS 247-781-6; EINECS 247-7842 EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 079015; 2,5-Furandione, dihydro-3-(tetrapropenyl)-; 2,5-Furandione, dihydro-3,3,4,4tetra-lpropenyl-; RD 174 Succinic anhydride, (tetrapropenyl).; 0 HO-NKC17H35 CzzH45N03 Stearamide-DEA (1:I), N,N-Bis(2N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethy1)octadecanamide; hydroxyethy1)stearamide: Diethanolamine stearic acid amide; EINECS 202-280-1; Octadecanamide, N,N-bis(2-hydroxyethyl)-; 3
  • 22. Tetrapropenylsuccinic anhydride; Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)-ammonium dodecylbenzenesulf-onate, BAS 089-00E; Diethanolamine dodecylbenz-enesulfonate; Diethanol-amine-dodecylbenzenesulfonic ac d adduct; Diethanol-amine-dodecylbenzene-sulfonic acld salt; Diethanol-ammonium dodecylbenz-enesulfonic acid, Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid dieth-anolamine salt; Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, diethan-olamine salt Mixture of 0. m and p-isomers. Surfactant, emulsifier, wetting agent for bubble baths, shampoos and detergents. Taiwan Surfactants. 6 0' I oJy. F O 0 QH5N04S 6-Methyl-1.2,3-oxathiazin-4(3H)-one 2,2-dioxide. Acesulfam-K; Acesulfame K; Acesulfame potassium; Acesulfame potassium salt; CCRIS 1032 EINECS 259-715-3; H733293; Hoe 095; 6-Methyl-1,2,3-oxathiazin-4(3H)-one 2,2-dioxide, potassium salt; 2,2,3-0xathiazin-Y3H)-one,6melhyl-, 2,2dioxide, potassium salt; Potassium bmethyl-1,2,3-oxathiazin-4(3H)-one 2,2-dioxide; Potassium acesulfame. Sweetener used in foods and cosmetics. White solid; dec 225O; d = 1.81; km 225 nm (E 10762); soluble in H20 (360 !/I), organic solvents; LDSO (rat orl) = 7431 mglkg. Hoechst AG. Acephate 30560-?9-1 32 HP C4HioN03PS 0,s-Dimethyl acetylphosphoramidothioaie. 12420; 75 SP; Acephat; Acephate; Acetamidophos; Acetylphosphoramidothioic acid 0,s-dimethyl ester; A13-27822 Asataf; BRN 1936365; Caswell No. 00%; Chevron Orthene; Chevron RE 12,420; Dimethyl acetylphosphoramidothioate; ENT 27822; EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 103301; HSDB 6549; Kitron; N-(Methoxy(methy1thio)phosphinoyl)acetamide; Orthene; Orthene 755: Ortho: Ortho 124120: Ortran; Ortril; Phosphoramidothioic acid, N-acetyl-, 0,s-dimethyl ester; RE 12420. Registered by EPA as an insecticide. White solid; mp = 64 - 68O; 82 - 93'; soluble in Hz0 (79 gll00 ml), MezCO (15.1 gll00 ml), EtOH 210 gl100 ml), EtOAc (3.5 gll00 ml), CsH6 (1.6 gi100 ml), C6Hi.1 (0.01 gl100 ml), poorly soluble in aromatic solvents; LD50 (rat orl) = 700 mgkg, (mrat orl) = 945 mglkg, (frat orl) = 866 mgll, (mus orl) 361 mglkg, (dog orl) > 681 mglkg, (rbt der) > 2000 mglkg, (mallard duck orl) = 350 mgkg, (ckn orl) = 852 mg/kg; LCso (bluegill sunfish 96 hr.) = 2050 mgll, (rainbow trout 96 hr.) > 1000 mgll, (channel catfish 96 hr.) = 2230 mgll. (goldfish 96 hr.) 9550 mgil; toxic to bees. Creative Sales lnc.; Drexel Chemical Co.; Ecolab lnc.; Micro-Flo Co. LLC; Scotts Co.; UAP - Plaffe Chemical; Valent USA Corp; Value Gardens Supply LLC; Whitmife Micro-GenResearch Laboratories Inc. 7 9 38 Acetal 105-57-7 G U 10 38 40 GH -c=o H C2H40 Ethyl aldehyde. Acetaldehyd; Acetaldehyde; Acetic aldehyde; Acetic ethanol; Acetylaldehyde; A13-31167; Aldehyde acetique: Aldeide acetica; CCRIS 1396: EINECS 200-836-8: Ethanal: FEMA No. 2003; HSDB 230 NCLC56326; NSC 7594 Octowy aldehyd; RCRA waste number U001; UN1089. Used in manufacture of acetic acid. acetic anhydride, n-butanol, peracetic acid, pentaerythritol, pyridines, 1,3butylene glycol, trimethylolpropane; synthetic flavors. Volatile liquid; mp = -123": bp = 20.1'; dZ0 = 0.942; miscible with Hz0, EtOH; LDSO orl) = 1930 mgkg. (rat Acesulfame potassium 55589-62-3 DG Acetaldehyde 75-07-0 QHSNO~S 6-Me!hyl-l,2,3-oxathiazin-4(3HQone 2,2-dioxide. Acesulfame; Acesulfamo; Acesulfamum; Acetosulfam; 3,4Dihydro6-methyl-1,2,3-oxathiazin-4-one-2.2-di-oxide; EINECS 251-622-6; HSDB 3914; 6-Methyl-l,2,3-oxathiazin-4(3H)-on 2,2dioxid; 6 Methyl-l,2,3-oxathia-zin-4(3H)-one2,bdioxide; 6-Methyl-3,4dihydro-l,2,3-oxathiazin-4-one 2,2-dioxide; 1,2,3-0xathiazin-4(3H)one, 6-methyl-, 2,2-dioxide; Sunett. Sweetening agent. Needles; mp = 123-123.5'. AG; Hoechst. 8 39 C6H1402 1,l-Diethoxyethane. .4-01-00-03103 (Beilstein Handbook Reference): Acetaal; Acetal; Acetal diethylique; Acetaldehyde diethyl acetal; Acetaldehyde ethyl acetal; Acetale; Acetol; AcetonB NS; AcetronBGP; A13-24135; AT20GF; BRN 1098310; Diaethylacetal; 1,l-Diaethoxy-aethan; 1,lDiathoxy-lhan; 1,l-Diethoxy-ethaan; 1.I-Diethoxyethane; Diethyl acetal; Diethylacetal; 1,l-Dietossietano; EINECS 203-3104; Ethane, 1,ldiethoxy-; Ethylidene diethyl ether; FEMA No. 2002 HSDB 1635; NSC 7624; UN1088; USAF 00-45 : CadcoBAcetal; CeirinB 100, 500; DelrinBlOOST. 500T DelrinB 107, 507; DelrinQ 150 SA, 550SA; DelrinB 570; Delrin8900; DelrinB AF Blend; ElectrafilB J8O/CF/lO~F/10; ThermccompB KB-1008. Solvent in synthetic perfumes such as jasmine; used for organic syntheses. Acetal resin, 20% glass fiber-reinforced; offers lubricity and chemical and hot water resistance for automotive, hardware, plumbing applications. Acetal compound with solid lubricants; for bearing and wear applications, e.g. bearings, bushings, valve seats, seals, wear surfaces, rollers, gears, cams, liners, tooling fixtures, forming dies. Has been used medically as a sedativelhypnotic. Oil; mp = -100': bp = 102.20; dZo = 0.8254; soluble in Hz0 (5 g/100 ml), CHC13, very soluble in MezCO, freely soluble in EtOH, Etz0; LDso (rat orl) = 4.57 gmlkg. PolymerAg hc. Acesulfame 33665-90-6 K' G 4
  • 23. 11 Acetaldehyde ammonia 75-39-8 U 41 L G o ~ N a N OCH3 NHs O C2H7NO I-Aminoethanol. Acetaldehyde ammonia; A13-52423; Aldamine; EINECS 200-868-2; Ethanol, 1-amino-; Hexahydro-2,4,6-trimethyl-s-triazine trihydrate; UN1841; Velsan. Exists as a trimer which is used in the manufacture of plastics and as a pickling inhibitor for steel, and is a rubber vulcanizing accelerator. A proprietary rubber vulcanization accelerator. Crystals; mp = 97"; bp= 110"; soluble in Hz0, less soluble in EtzO. 12 CgHioN204 3'-Nitro-p-acetanisidide. N-(4-methoxy-3-nitrophenyl)-; CAcetyl-amino-2Acetamide, nitroanisole; EINECS 256-686-9; 4-Methoxy3-nitroacetaniiide; N(4-Methoxy-5nitrophenyl)acet-amide;3'-Nitro-p-acetanisidide; NSC 14685. 15 DG 43 C8H9N02 4-Hydroxyacetanilide. 222 AF; A-Per; A.F. Anacin; Abenol; Abensanil; Abrol; Abrolet; Acamol; Acenol; Acertol; Acetagesic; Acetalgin; Acetaminofen; Acetaminophen; Acetamol; Acetanilide, 4-hydroxy-; Acetofen; Actifed Plus; Actron; Afebrin; Afebryl; Aferadol; Algesidal; Algina; Algomol; Algotropyl; Alpiny; Alvedon; Amadil; Anadin dla dzieci; Anaflon; Analter; Andox; Anelix; Anexsia; Anhiba; Anti-Algos; Antidol; Apacet; Apamide; APAP; Apitrelal; Arfen; Asetam; Asomal; Aspac; Aspirin-Free Anacin; Asplin; Atralidon; Babikan; Bacetamol; Banesin; Bayer Select Allergy-Sinus; Bayer Select Head Cold; Bayer Select Headache Pain; Bayer Select Menstrual Multi-Symptom; Bayer Select Sinus Pain Relief; Ben-u-ron; Benmyo; Biocetamol; Cadafen; Calapol; Calmanticold; Calpol; Capital with Codeine; Captin; Causalon; CCRIS 3; Cefalex; Children's Acetaminophen Elixir Drops; Children's Acetamino-phen Elixir Solution; Children's Acetaminophen Oral Solution; Children's Tylenol Chewable; Claradol Codeine; Clixodyne; Cod-Acamol Forte; Codabrol; Codalgin; Codapane; Codicet; Codisal: Codisal Forte; Codoliprane; Codral Pain Relief; Cofamol; Contac Cough & Sore Throat Formula; Contra-Schmerz P; Coricidin; Coricidin D; Coricidin Sinus; Cosutone; Crocin; Croix Blanche; Cuponol; Curadon; Curpol; Custodial: Dafalgan Codeine; Darocet; Darvocet-N; Datril; Daygrip: DEA No. 9804; Demilets; Deminofen: Democyl; Demogripal; Desfebre; Dhamol; DHCplus; Dial-a-gesic; Dirox; Disprol: Dol-Stop; Dolcor; Dolefin; Dolegrippin; Dolgesic; Doliprane; Dolko; Dolofugin: Doloreduct; Dolorfug; Dolorol Forte; Dolorstop; Dolotec; Dolprone; Dorocoff; Dresan; DRG-0007; Dristan Cold No Drowsiness; Dristancito; Drixoral Cold & Flu; Drixoral Sinus: Duaneo; Duorol; Duracetamol; Durapan; Dymadon; Dymadon Co; Dymadon Forte; Ecosetol; EINECS 203-157-5; Empracet; Endecon; Enelfa; Eneril; Eu-Med; Excipain; Exdol; Fanalgic; Farmadol: Febranine; Febrectal; Febrectol; Febrex; Febricet; Febridol; Febrilix; Febrin; Febro-gesic; Febrolin; Fendon; Fensum; Fepanil: Finimal; Finiweh; Fluparmol; Fortalidon P; Freka-cetamol; Gattaphen T; Gelocatil; Geluprane; Geralgine-P; Gripin Bebe; Grippostad; Gynospasmine; Hedex; Helon N; Homoolan; HSDB 3001; Hy-Phen; Hycomine Compound; lldamol: Inalgex; Infadrops; lnflubene N; Intensin; Junior Disprol; Kataprin; Kinder Finimal; Kratofin simplex: Labamol; Lekadol; Lemgrip; Lemsip; Lestemp; Liquagesic; Liquigesic Co; Liquiprin; Lonarid; Lonarid Mono; Lupocet; Lyteca; Magnidol; Malex N; Malgis; Malidens; Maxadol; Medinol Paediatric; Medocodene; Melabon Infantil; Mexalen; Midol Maximum Strength; Midol PM Night Time Formula; Midol Regular Strength; Midol Teen Formula; Migraleve Yellow; Minafen; Minoset; Miralgin: Mixture Name; Momentum; Mono Praecimed; Multin; N-(4-Hydroxyphenyl)acetamide; N-Acetyp-aminophenol; Naldegesic; Naprinol; NCI-C55801; NCX 701; Nebs; Neo-Fepramol; NeoCitran; Neodol; Neodolito; Neuridon; New Cortal for Children: NilnOcen; Nina; No-Febril; Nodolex; Noral; NSC 109028; Oltyl; Oralgan; Ornex Severe Cold formula; Ortensan; C~HSNO Acetaldehyde oxime. 4-01-00-03121 (Beilstein Handbook Reference); Acetaldehyde, oxime; Acetaldoxime; A13-52258; Aldoxime; BRN 1209252; CCRIS 1379; EINECS 203-479-6; Ethanal oxime; Ethylidenehydroxylamine; HSDB 2662; Hydroiminoethane; NSC 4974: UN2332: USAF AM-5. Needles; mp = 45"; bp = 115"; dZo = 0.9656; hm = 190 nm (E = 5012); freely soluble in EtOH, Etz0, soluble in Hz0, CHC13. Acetamide MEA 142-26-7 G C4HgNOz N-Acetyl ethanolamine. 2-Acetamidoethanol; 2-Acetylaminoethanol; N-Acetyl-2aminoethanol: N-Acetyl ethanolamine; 4-04-00-01535 (Beilstein Handbook Reference): Acetamide MEA; Acetamide, N-(2hydroxyethy1)-: Acetic acid amide, N-(2-hydroxyethy1)-; Acetylcolamine; Acetyl-ethanolamine; A13-02836; Amidex AME; BRN 1811708; Carsamid& AMEA; EINECS 205-530-8; NEthanolacetamide; HSDB 2713: Hydroxyethyl acetamide; pHydroxyethylacetamide; N-(2-Hydroxyethy1)acetamide; N-BHydroxyethylacetamide; N-2-Hydroxyethylacet-amide; Mackamide AME-75; Mack-amide AME-100: NSC 5999; Foamid AME-70; Foamid AME-75; Foamid AME-100; Hetamide MA; Incro-mectant AMEA-100, AMEA-70; Lipamide M E M ; Mackamide TM AME-75, AME-100; Schercomid AME; Upamide ACMEA; Witcamidea CMEA. Used as antistat, humectant, conditioner for skin and hair products. Solvent, humectant, skin and hair cond-itioner, intermediate, coupling agent, pigment dispers-ant, clarifying agent for shampoos, moisturizer. Humectant; surfactant, thickener, foam booster/ stabilizer for personal care and industrial applications. Solid: mp = 65";bp8 = 166.167'; dZ5 = 1.1079; slightly soluble in C6H6, ligroin, soluble in Me2CO. freely soluble in H20. Chemron; Mclntyre. 14 48 Acetaldoxime 107-29-9 13 Acetaminophen 103-90-2 Acetamide, N-(4-methoxy-3-nitro-phenyl)50651-39-3 H 5
  • 24. 16 Oxycocet; p-Acetamidophenol; p-Acetaminophenol: pAcetylaminophenol; p-Hydroxyacetanilide; Paceco; Pacemo; Pacemol; Pacet; Pacimoi; Paedialgon; Paedol; Paidesic; Pamoi; Panacete; Panadeine; Panadeine Co; Panadiene: Panado-Co; Panado-Co Caplets; Panadol; Panamax; Panasorbe; Panets; Panodil; Pantalgin; Para-Suppo; Para-Tabs: Paracemol; Paracenol; Paracet; Paracetamol; Paracetamol; Paracetamol; Paracetamol AL; Paracetamol Antipanin P; Paracetamol Basics; Paracetamol BC; Paracetamol Dr. Schmidgall; Paracetamol Fecofar, Paracetamol Genericon; Paracetamol Hanseler; Paracetamol Harkley; Paracetamoi Heumann; Paracetamol Hexal; Paracetamol Italfarmaco: Paracetamol Nycomed; Paracetamol PB; Paracetamol Raffo; Paracetamol Ratiopharm; Paracetamol Rosch; Paracetamol Saar; Paracetamol SmithKline Beecham; Paracetamol Stada; Paracetamol von ct; Paracetamol Winthrop; Paracetamolo; Paracetamolo [Italian]: Paracetamolum [INN-Latin]; Paracetol; Paracin; Paracod; Paracodol; Parador; Paradrops; Parakapton; Parake; Paraien; Paralief; Paralink; Paralyoc; Paramol; Paramolan; Paranox; Parasedoi; Parasin; Parcetoi; Parmol; Parogal; Paroma; PCM Paracetamol Lichtenstein; Pe-Tam; Pedtapirin; Pediatrix; Percocet; Percocetd; Percocet-Demi; Percogesic with Codeine; Perdolan Mono; Phenaphen; Phenaphen WICodeine; Phenipirin; Phogoglandin; Pinex; Piramin; Pirinasol; Plicet; Polmofen; Predimol; Predualito; Prodol; Prontina; Propacet; Puernol; Pulmofen; Pyregesic-C; Pyrigesic; Pyrinazine; Pyromed; Quiet World; Reliv; Remedol; Rhinex D-Lay Tablets; Robitussin Night Relief; Rockamol Plus; Rounox; RubieMol; Rubophen; Rupemol; Salzone; Sanicet; Sanicopyrine; Scanol; Scentalgyl; Scherzatabletten Rezeptur 534; Schmerzex; Sedalito; Semolacin; Servigesic; Seskamol; Setakop; Setamol; Setol; Sifenol; Sinaspril; Sine-Aid, Maximum Strength; Sine-Off Sinus Medicine Caplets; Sinedol; Sinmol; Sinubid; Spalt fur die nacht; Spalt N; St Joseph Aspirin-Free for Children; St Joseph Aspirin-Free; St. Joseph Cold Tablets for Children; Stanback; Stopain; Sudafed Cold and Cough; Sudafed Severe Cold Formula; Sudafed Sinus; Sunetheton; Supac; Supadol mono; Supofen; Suppap; Supramol-M;Tabalgin; Tachiprina; Tamol: Tapar; Tazamol; Tempra; Termacet; Termalgin; Termalgine; Termofren; TheraFlu; Tim; Titralgan; Toximer P; Tralgon; Treupel mon; Treupel N; Treuphadol; Triaminic Sore Throat Formula; Tricoton; Tussapap; Tylenol; Tylenol; Tylenol Allergy Sinus; Tylex; Tylex CD; Tylol; Tylox; Tymol; Upsanol; Utragin; Valadol; Valgesic; Vanquish; Veralgina; Vermidon; Verpol; Viclor Richet; Vicodin; Vips; Viruflu; Vivimed; Volpan; Zatinol; Zolben.; component of: Actifed Plus, Allerest Sinus Pain Formuia, Anexsia, Aspirin-Free Anacin, Children's Tylenol Cold Tablets, Contac Cough & Sore Throat Formula, Contac Jr Nondrowsy Formula, Contac Nighttime Cold Medicine, Contac Severe Cold Formula, Coricidin, Darvoset-N, Dristan Cold (Multisymptom), Dristan Coid (No Drowsiness), Empracet, Endecon, Gemnisyn, Headache Strength Allerest, Hycomine Compound, Hy-Phen, Intensin, Liquiprin, Maximum Strength SineAid, Midol, Midol Maximum Strength, Midol PMS, Naldegesic, Naldetuss, Ornex, Percocet, Percogesic with Codeine, Propacet, Quiet World, Rhinex D-Lay Tablets, Sinarest, Sine-Off Maxiumum Strength AllergylSinus, Sine-Off Maximum Strength No Drowsiness Formula Caplets, Sinubid, St Joseph's Cold Tablets for Children, Sudafed Sinus, Supac, Teen Midol, TheraFlu, Tylenol Allergy Sinus, Tylenol Cold and Flu Multi-Symptom, Tylenol Cold Medication Caplets, Liquid and Tablets, Tylenol Cold Night Time Liquid, Tylenol Cold No Drowsiness, Tylenol PM Tablets and Caplets, Tylenol with Codeine, Tylox, Vanquish, Vicodin, Wygesic, Zydone Analgesic; antipyretlc; 1.293; h = anti-inflammatory. White solid; mp = 169-170.5"; 250 nm ( E 13800 EtOH); slightly soluble in cold Hz0, EtzO; more soluble in hot H20; soluble in alcohol, dimethylformamide,ethylene dichloride, MezCO, EtOAc; nearly insoluble in petroleum ether, pentane, C6H6; LD50 (mus orl) = 338 mgikg, (mus ip) = 500 mglkg. Bristol Myers Squibb Pharm. Ltd.; Brisfol-Myers Squibb Co.; Forest Pharm. lnc.; McNeii Pharm.; Mead Johnson Nutritionals; Novo Nordisk Pharm. lnc.; Parke-Davis: Robins, A. H. Co.; Sterling HeaMh A., U.S. Warner-Lambed. Acetanilide-psulfonyl chloride 121-60-8 105 H n Cl'il 0 CaHaCIN03S chloride. p-Acetamidobenzenesulfonyl Acetanilide-p-sulfonyl chloride; Acetylsulfanilyl chloride; NAcetylsulfanilyl chloride; N-Acetylsulphanilyl chloride; ASC; Benzenesulfonyl chloride, C(acety1amino)-; Dagenan chloride; EINECS 204-485-1; HSDB 2712; NSC 127860; Sulfanilyl chloride, N-acetyl-. Needles or prisms; mp = 149"; hm = 259 nm (E = 17700, MeOH); soluble in C6H6, CHC13, very soiuble in EtOH, Et20. Acetic acid 17 56 64-19-7 GP h Ethanoic acid. 4-02-00-00094 IBeilstein Handbook Reference); Acetasol; Acetic acid; Acetic acid (natural); Acetic acid, glacial; Aci-Jel; Acide acetique; Acido acetico; A13-02394; Aztjnzuur; BRN 0506007: Caswell No. 003; CCRIS 5952; EINECS 200-580-7; EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 044001; Essigsaure; Essigsaeure; Ethanoic acid: Ethylic acid; FEMA Number 2006; Glacial acetic acid; HSDB 40; Kyselina octova; Methanecarboxylic acid; NSC 132953; Octowy kwas; Otic Domeboro; Otic Tridesilon; Pyroligneous acid; Shotgun; TCLP extraction fluid 2; UN2789; UN2790; Vinegar; Vinegar acid; Vosol. Used in manufacture of acetic anhydride, cellulose acetate, vinyl acetate monomer; acetic esters; production of plastics, pharmaceuticals, dyes, insecticides, photographic chemicals, food additives; solvent reagent. Registered by EPA as an antimicrobial and fungicide. FDA GUS, BP, Europe listed, UK approved, USPINF, BP compliance. Used as an acidifying agent, buffering agent, solvent, vehicle, flavoring agent, used in ophthalmics and otics. Used in manufacture of acetic anhydride, cellulose acetate, vinyl acetate monomer; acetic esters; production of plastics, pharmaceuticals, dyes, insecticides, photographic chemicals, food additives; solvent reagent. Used with thymol as a fumigant to reduce postharvest brown rot and blue mold rot in cherries. Clear liquid; mp = 16.6"; bp76s = 117.9'; do= 1.0492; miscible with Hz0, EtOH, glycerol, Etz0, insoluble in CSz. LDSO orl) = 3310 mglkg, TLV = (rat I 0 ppm in air. Albright & Wilson Americas lnc.;Albright & W