EC Inventory

The EC inventory published below is a copy as received from the JRC in 2008 on the founding of ECHA. It is comprised of the following lists:

  • EINECS (European INventory of Existing Commercial chemical Substances) as published in O.J. C 146A, 15.6.1990. EINECS is an inventory of substances that were deemed to be on the European Community market between 1 January 1971 and 18 September 1981. EINECS was drawn up by the European Commission in the application of Article 13 of Directive 67/548/EEC, as amended by Directive 79/831/EEC, and in accordance with the detailed provisions of Commission Decision 81/437/EEC. Substances listed in EINECS are considered phase-in substances under the REACH Regulation.
  • ELINCS (European LIst of Notified Chemical Substances) in support of Directive 92/32/EEC, the 7th amendment to Directive 67/548/EEC. ELINCS lists those substances which were notified under Directive 67/548/EEC, the Dangerous Substances Directive Notification of New Substances (NONS) that became commercially available after 18 September 1981.
  • NLP (No-Longer Polymers).  The definition of polymers was changed in April 1992 by Council Directive 92/32/EEC amending Directive 67/548/EEC, with the result that substances previously considered to be polymers were no longer excluded from regulation. Thus the No-longer Polymers (NLP) list was drawn up, consisting of such substances that were commercially available between 18 September 1981 and 31 October 1993.

 

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The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of polymer wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
309-755-3
100801-72-7
The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of polymer wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
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The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of polyamide wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C20 and other hydrocarbons boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 400°C (122°F to 752°F).
308-724-1
98219-56-8
The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of polyamide wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C20 and other hydrocarbons boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 400°C (122°F to 752°F).
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The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of old tires at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
308-747-7
98219-77-3
The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of old tires at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
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The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of old electric cables at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
308-700-0
98219-34-2
The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of old electric cables at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
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The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of automobile shredder wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, substituted aromatic hydrocarbons, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
309-847-3
101227-24-1
The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of automobile shredder wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, substituted aromatic hydrocarbons, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
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The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of acid sludge at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
308-739-3
98219-70-6
The oil obtained from the pyrolysis of acid sludge at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C28, heteroaromatics and other organic compounds boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 500°C (122°F to 932°F).
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The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polystyrene with coal tar pitch or aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of benzene and its homologs boiling in a range of approximately 70°C to 210°C (158°F to 410°F).
309-749-0
100801-66-9
The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polystyrene with coal tar pitch or aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of benzene and its homologs boiling in a range of approximately 70°C to 210°C (158°F to 410°F).
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The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polystyrene with aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of naphthalene and its homologs, 1,3-diphenylpropane and other polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in a range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
309-836-3
101227-13-8
The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polystyrene with aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of naphthalene and its homologs, 1,3-diphenylpropane and other polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in a range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
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The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polyethylene with coal tar pitch or aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of benzene and its homologs boiling in a range of 70°C to 120°C (158°F to 248°F).
309-748-5
100801-65-8
The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polyethylene with coal tar pitch or aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of benzene and its homologs boiling in a range of 70°C to 120°C (158°F to 248°F).
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The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polyethylene with aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of naphthalene and its homologs, 1,3-diphenylpropane and other polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in a range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
309-837-9
101227-14-9
The oil obtained from the heat treatment of polyethylene with aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of naphthalene and its homologs, 1,3-diphenylpropane and other polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in a range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
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The oil obtained from the heat treatment of a polyethylene/polypropylene mixture with coal tar pitch or aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of benzene and its homologs boiling in a range of approximately 70°C to 120°C (158°F to 248°F).
309-745-9
100801-63-6
The oil obtained from the heat treatment of a polyethylene/polypropylene mixture with coal tar pitch or aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of benzene and its homologs boiling in a range of approximately 70°C to 120°C (158°F to 248°F).
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The oil obtained from the heat treatment of a polyethylene/polypropylene mixture with aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of naphthalene and its homologs, 1,3-diphenylpropane and other polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in a range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
309-746-4
100801-64-7
The oil obtained from the heat treatment of a polyethylene/polypropylene mixture with aromatic oils. It consists predominantly of naphthalene and its homologs, 1,3-diphenylpropane and other polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in a range of approximately 200°C to 400°C (392°F to 752°F).
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The oil obtained from pyrolysis of polyester wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C20 and substituted aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 400°C (122°F to 752°F).
308-727-8
98219-59-1
The oil obtained from pyrolysis of polyester wastes at 600°C to 800°C (1112°F to 1472°F). It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C6 through C20 and substituted aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in the range of approximately 50°C to 400°C (122°F to 752°F).
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The oil obtained from condensation of the vapors from the heat treatment of pitch. Composed primarily of two- to four-ring aromatic compounds boiling in the range of 200°C to greater than 400°C (392°F to greater than 752°F).
309-855-7
101316-49-8
The oil obtained from condensation of the vapors from the heat treatment of pitch. Composed primarily of two- to four-ring aromatic compounds boiling in the range of 200°C to greater than 400°C (392°F to greater than 752°F).
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The off-gases from the zinc/lead blast furnace. Consists primarily of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
298-735-7
93821-47-7
The off-gases from the zinc/lead blast furnace. Consists primarily of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
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The off gas from the blast furnaces. Composed primarily of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and hydrogen.
266-001-5
65996-68-1
The off gas from the blast furnaces. Composed primarily of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and hydrogen.
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The non-volatile, high-boiling residue from the distillation of products from cumene-phenol process. It consists predominantly of substituted phenyl groups crosslinked by carbon-oxygen bonds and phenylaliphatic bonds.
269-798-8
68333-89-1
The non-volatile, high-boiling residue from the distillation of products from cumene-phenol process. It consists predominantly of substituted phenyl groups crosslinked by carbon-oxygen bonds and phenylaliphatic bonds.
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The neutral oil obtained by debasing annd dephenolating the light oil obtained by the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of partially hydrogenated substituted mononuclear aromatic compounds.
295-326-5
91995-63-0
The neutral oil obtained by debasing annd dephenolating the light oil obtained by the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of partially hydrogenated substituted mononuclear aromatic compounds.
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The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dephenolating the middle oil from the low temperature carbonization of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of a mixture of mono- and polynuclear, substituted and unsubstituted aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons and heterocycles as well as paraffinic hydrocarbons.
302-630-4
94113-95-8
The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dephenolating the middle oil from the low temperature carbonization of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of a mixture of mono- and polynuclear, substituted and unsubstituted aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons and heterocycles as well as paraffinic hydrocarbons.
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The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dephenolating the heavy oil from the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of unsubstituted and alkyl-substituted aromatic polynuclear hydrocarbons that are partially hydrogenated and may contain heteroatoms.
302-632-5
94113-96-9
The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dephenolating the heavy oil from the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of unsubstituted and alkyl-substituted aromatic polynuclear hydrocarbons that are partially hydrogenated and may contain heteroatoms.
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The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dephenolating the condensate from the pressure gasification of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of substituted and unsubstituted mono-to tetranuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic compounds.
295-324-4
91995-62-9
The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dephenolating the condensate from the pressure gasification of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of substituted and unsubstituted mono-to tetranuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic compounds.
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The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dehenolating the middle oil obtained by the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of partially hydrogenated unsubstituted and alkyl-substituted di- and trinuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic compounds.
295-327-0
91995-64-1
The neutral oil obtained by debasing and dehenolating the middle oil obtained by the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal. Composed primarily of partially hydrogenated unsubstituted and alkyl-substituted di- and trinuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocyclic compounds.
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The mother liquors obtained during the hydrolysis of a sulfuric acid solution of titanyl sulfate in the manufacture of TiO2 by the sulfate process. They are separated by filtration or decantation.
292-634-1
90641-10-4
The mother liquors obtained during the hydrolysis of a sulfuric acid solution of titanyl sulfate in the manufacture of TiO2 by the sulfate process. They are separated by filtration or decantation.
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The mixed vegetable oils reclaimed from various food processing steps.
273-618-3
68990-65-8
The mixed vegetable oils reclaimed from various food processing steps.
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The middle oil from the atmospheric distillation of coal oil obtained from the hydrogenation of coal and coal-derived products. Composed primarily of aromatic hydrocarbons and naphthenes boiling in the range of approximately 200°C to 350°C (392°F to 662°F). The product contains phenols, organic sulfur compounds and organic nitrogen bases.
295-289-5
91995-27-6
The middle oil from the atmospheric distillation of coal oil obtained from the hydrogenation of coal and coal-derived products. Composed primarily of aromatic hydrocarbons and naphthenes boiling in the range of approximately 200°C to 350°C (392°F to 662°F). The product contains phenols, organic sulfur compounds and organic nitrogen bases.
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The methylnaphthalene fraction obtained from the fractional distillation of high temperature coal tar is debased using sulfuric acid. The crude bases are subsequently distilled to provide the tar bases. Contains chiefly isoquinoline, indole, quinaldine, methylquinoline, isoquinoline, and higher boiling bases.
310-243-7
140203-32-3
The methylnaphthalene fraction obtained from the fractional distillation of high temperature coal tar is debased using sulfuric acid. The crude bases are subsequently distilled to provide the tar bases. Contains chiefly isoquinoline, indole, quinaldine, methylquinoline, isoquinoline, and higher boiling bases.
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The metallic substance produced in a blast furnace or direct reduction furnace which contains over 90% iron.
265-998-4
65996-67-0
The metallic substance produced in a blast furnace or direct reduction furnace which contains over 90% iron.
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The metallic salts, primarily of iron and tin, which precipitate during the coating of steel by the halogen tin plating process.
273-741-2
69012-42-6
The metallic salts, primarily of iron and tin, which precipitate during the coating of steel by the halogen tin plating process.
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The metallic salts and oxides removed from the molten metals used to coat steel by dip processes. Composed primarily of salts and oxides of aluminum, lead, tin, and zinc.
266-009-9
65996-76-1
The metallic salts and oxides removed from the molten metals used to coat steel by dip processes. Composed primarily of salts and oxides of aluminum, lead, tin, and zinc.
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The material obtained by biological degradation of wastewater from industrial processes by aerobic or anaerobic paths. This material is thickened, treated with additives, compacted and dried.
309-613-0
100403-66-5
The material obtained by biological degradation of wastewater from industrial processes by aerobic or anaerobic paths. This material is thickened, treated with additives, compacted and dried.
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The material obtained after the production of glutin glue from chrome leather fold shavings.
295-732-2
92128-38-6
The material obtained after the production of glutin glue from chrome leather fold shavings.
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The material having low solids concentration in water obtained by biological oxidation of wastewater from rosin derivative manufacturing by aerobic or anaerobic paths.
309-843-1
101227-19-4
The material having low solids concentration in water obtained by biological oxidation of wastewater from rosin derivative manufacturing by aerobic or anaerobic paths.
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The material having low solids concentration in water obtained by biological oxidation of wastewater from hydroxyethylcellulose manufacturing by aerobic or anaerobic paths.
309-842-6
101227-18-3
The material having low solids concentration in water obtained by biological oxidation of wastewater from hydroxyethylcellulose manufacturing by aerobic or anaerobic paths.
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The low-boiling fraction obtained by the distillation of rosin. Contains decarboxylated rosin, decarboxylated resin acids, resin acids, terpenes and hydrocarbons derived from decarboxylated fatty acids.
270-333-6
68425-08-1
The low-boiling fraction obtained by the distillation of rosin. Contains decarboxylated rosin, decarboxylated resin acids, resin acids, terpenes and hydrocarbons derived from decarboxylated fatty acids.
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The low-boiling distillation fraction obtained from the high temperature carbonization of bituminous coal, which is further refined to remove excess crystalline salts. It consists primarily of creosote oil with some of the normal polynuclear aromatic salts, which are components of coal tar distillate, removed. It is crystal free at approximately 38°C (100°F).
274-566-4
70321-80-1
The low-boiling distillation fraction obtained from the high temperature carbonization of bituminous coal, which is further refined to remove excess crystalline salts. It consists primarily of creosote oil with some of the normal polynuclear aromatic salts, which are components of coal tar distillate, removed. It is crystal free at approximately 38°C (100°F).
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The low boiling fraction obtained by the distillation of tall oil. Contains fatty acids such as palmitic, stearic, oleic and linoleic as well as neutral materials.
266-039-2
65997-03-7
The low boiling fraction obtained by the distillation of tall oil. Contains fatty acids such as palmitic, stearic, oleic and linoleic as well as neutral materials.
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The liquid used to form the solvent slurry for treating coal in the presence of hydrogen at high temperatures (over 427°C (800°F)). It boils in a range of approximately 249°C to 454°C (480°F to 850°F).
270-079-6
68410-08-2
The liquid used to form the solvent slurry for treating coal in the presence of hydrogen at high temperatures (over 427°C (800°F)). It boils in a range of approximately 249°C to 454°C (480°F to 850°F).
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The liquid product of condensation of vapors emitted during the digestion of coal in a liquid solvent and boiling in the range of approximately 30°C to 300°C (86°F to 572°F). Composed primarily of partly hydrogenated condensed-ring aromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic compounds containing nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur, and their alkyl derivatives having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C4 through C14.
302-688-0
94114-52-0
The liquid product of condensation of vapors emitted during the digestion of coal in a liquid solvent and boiling in the range of approximately 30°C to 300°C (86°F to 572°F). Composed primarily of partly hydrogenated condensed-ring aromatic hydrocarbons, aromatic compounds containing nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur, and their alkyl derivatives having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C4 through C14.
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The liquid product from various refinery streams, usually residues. The composition is complex and varies with the source of the crude oil.
270-675-6
68476-33-5
The liquid product from various refinery streams, usually residues. The composition is complex and varies with the source of the crude oil.
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The lining of the cathodic portion of aluminum electrolysis cells consists of a carbon mass which, for the purpose of thermal isolation, is embedded in a layer of fireproof masses (SiO2 + Al2O3) in a steel vat. Flux and aluminum penetrate these masses during the furnace operation.
306-253-6
96690-57-2
The lining of the cathodic portion of aluminum electrolysis cells consists of a carbon mass which, for the purpose of thermal isolation, is embedded in a layer of fireproof masses (SiO2 + Al2O3) in a steel vat. Flux and aluminum penetrate these masses during the furnace operation.
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The light terpene fraction separated from pseudomethylionone during distillation. It consists primarily of methylheptanone and linalool with trace amounts of citral and pseudomethylionone.
273-055-3
68937-18-8
The light terpene fraction separated from pseudomethylionone during distillation. It consists primarily of methylheptanone and linalool with trace amounts of citral and pseudomethylionone.
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The light terpene fraction separated from pseudoionone during distillation. It consists primarily of methylheptanone, linalool and citral with trace amounts of pseudoionone.
273-073-1
68937-52-0
The light terpene fraction separated from pseudoionone during distillation. It consists primarily of methylheptanone, linalool and citral with trace amounts of pseudoionone.
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The light oil obtained by the distillation of coal tar is dephenolated with caustic soda, and debased with sulfuric acid. The crude base is obtained on subsequent neutralization. It boils in the approximate range of 110°C to 240°C (230°F to 464°F), and consists primarily of pyridine, picoline, lutidine, collidine, aniline, xylidine, quinoline, isoquinoline, and quinaldine.
310-244-2
140203-33-4
The light oil obtained by the distillation of coal tar is dephenolated with caustic soda, and debased with sulfuric acid. The crude base is obtained on subsequent neutralization. It boils in the approximate range of 110°C to 240°C (230°F to 464°F), and consists primarily of pyridine, picoline, lutidine, collidine, aniline, xylidine, quinoline, isoquinoline, and quinaldine.
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The light ends from fractionation bottoms boiling in the range of approximately 332°C to 393°C (630°F to 740°F).
271-076-2
68515-35-5
The light ends from fractionation bottoms boiling in the range of approximately 332°C to 393°C (630°F to 740°F).
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The light ends from fractionation bottoms boiling in a range of approximately 360°C to 427°C (680°F to 800°F).
271-077-8
68515-36-6
The light ends from fractionation bottoms boiling in a range of approximately 360°C to 427°C (680°F to 800°F).
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The light end distillation fraction boiling approximately below 82.5°C.
271-788-3
68608-59-3
The light end distillation fraction boiling approximately below 82.5°C.
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The insoluble protein formed from fibrinogen by the proteolytic action of thrombin during normal clotting of blood.
232-597-0
9001-31-4
The insoluble protein formed from fibrinogen by the proteolytic action of thrombin during normal clotting of blood.
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The hydrocarbon fraction distilled from oil of turpentine. Contains greater than 80% α-pinene, the remainder being other terpene hydrocarbons.
266-031-9
65996-96-5
The hydrocarbon fraction distilled from oil of turpentine. Contains greater than 80% α-pinene, the remainder being other terpene hydrocarbons.
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The hydrocarbon fraction distilled from oil of turpentine or produced by the isomerization of α-pinene. Contains greater than 70% β-pinene. Other major components being limonene, α-pinene, camphene, myrcene. May contain other acyclic, monocyclic, and bicyclic terpenes.
266-032-4
65996-97-6
The hydrocarbon fraction distilled from oil of turpentine or produced by the isomerization of α-pinene. Contains greater than 70% β-pinene. Other major components being limonene, α-pinene, camphene, myrcene. May contain other acyclic, monocyclic, and bicyclic terpenes.
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The hot gases obtained by the roasting of raw zinc concentrate are cooled and cleaned from dust by passing through a spray of dilute sulfuric acid and/or water. This acid and/or water is filtered; the solid residue contains most of the volatile components of the concentrates to be roasted.
309-609-9
100403-63-2
The hot gases obtained by the roasting of raw zinc concentrate are cooled and cleaned from dust by passing through a spray of dilute sulfuric acid and/or water. This acid and/or water is filtered; the solid residue contains most of the volatile components of the concentrates to be roasted.
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