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 high-boiling fraction separated by distillation from the products obtained from the reaction of nitric acid with cyclododecanol and cyclododecanone. Composed primarily of dodecanedioic acid, undecanedioic acid, and sebacic acid.
276-431-5
72162-23-3
The high-boiling fraction separated by distillation from the products obtained from the reaction of nitric acid with cyclododecanol and cyclododecanone. Composed primarily of dodecanedioic acid, undecanedioic acid, and sebacic acid.
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The high-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 distillates, removed. It is crystal free at approximately 5°C (41°F).
274-565-9
70321-79-8
The high-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 distillates, removed. It is crystal free at approximately 5°C (41°F).
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The high boiling residuum from the distillation of C7-11 alcohols.
271-230-9
68526-82-9
The high boiling residuum from the distillation of C7-11 alcohols.
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The heavy oil obtained by the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal is subjected to acid extraction and then neutralized. The crude bases thus obtained contain polynuclear nitrogen aromatics such as quinoline, acridine, and phenanthridine.
310-245-8
140203-34-5
The heavy oil obtained by the high pressure hydrogenation of bituminous coal is subjected to acid extraction and then neutralized. The crude bases thus obtained contain polynuclear nitrogen aromatics such as quinoline, acridine, and phenanthridine.
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The heavy oil obtained by distillation in the range of approximately 300°C to 550°C (572°F to 1022°F) of coal oil from the catalytic hydrogenation of coal and coal- derived products. Composed primarily of polynuclear aromatics and naphthenes. The product contains sulfur, oxygen and nitrogen compounds.
295-286-9
91995-25-4
The heavy oil obtained by distillation in the range of approximately 300°C to 550°C (572°F to 1022°F) of coal oil from the catalytic hydrogenation of coal and coal- derived products. Composed primarily of polynuclear aromatics and naphthenes. The product contains sulfur, oxygen and nitrogen compounds.
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The heavy ends of fractionation bottoms boiling approximately above 393°C (740°F).
271-074-1
68515-33-3
The heavy ends of fractionation bottoms boiling approximately above 393°C (740°F).
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The heavy ends from fractionation bottoms boiling approximately above 427°C (800°F).
271-075-7
68515-34-4
The heavy ends from fractionation bottoms boiling approximately above 427°C (800°F).
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The heat-treated residue from the distillation of thermal cracked residuum and/or catalytic cracked clarified oil with a softening point from 50°C to 140°C (122°F to 284°F). Composed primarily of a complex combination of aromatic and other hydrocarbons and organic sulfur compounds.
310-173-7
122070-82-0
The heat-treated residue from the distillation of thermal cracked residuum and/or catalytic cracked clarified oil with a softening point from 50°C to 140°C (122°F to 284°F). Composed primarily of a complex combination of aromatic and other hydrocarbons and organic sulfur compounds.
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The heat treated residue from the distillation of high temperature coal tar. A black solid with an approximate softening point from 80°C to 180°C (176°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex mixture of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
310-162-7
121575-60-8
The heat treated residue from the distillation of high temperature coal tar. A black solid with an approximate softening point from 80°C to 180°C (176°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex mixture of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
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The gas produced by the reaction of oxygen with natural gas to obtain acetylene. It consists primarily of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, natural components of air and hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C1 through C2.
270-745-6
68477-64-5
The gas produced by the reaction of oxygen with natural gas to obtain acetylene. It consists primarily of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, natural components of air and hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C1 through C2.
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The gas evolved from the treatment of coal with a solvent in the presence of hydrogen at high temperatures (above 427°C (800°F)). Composed primarily of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C1 through C5.
270-677-7
68476-35-7
The gas evolved from the treatment of coal with a solvent in the presence of hydrogen at high temperatures (above 427°C (800°F)). Composed primarily of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C1 through C5.
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The gas evolved from the high temperature (greater than 700°C (1292°F)) destructive distillation of coal after the removal of high temperature coal tar, coke oven light oil, and ammonia liquor. Composed primarily of hydrogen and methane. May contain ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and low molecular weight hydrocarbons.
266-015-1
65996-81-8
The gas evolved from the high temperature (greater than 700°C (1292°F)) destructive distillation of coal after the removal of high temperature coal tar, coke oven light oil, and ammonia liquor. Composed primarily of hydrogen and methane. May contain ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and low molecular weight hydrocarbons.
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The fused substance formed by the action of a flux upon the gangue of the iron-bearing materials charged to a blast furnace and upon the oxidized impurities in the iron produced. Depending upon the particular blast furnace operation, the slag is composed primarily of sulfur and oxides of aluminum, calcium, magnesium, and silicon.
266-002-0
65996-69-2
The fused substance formed by the action of a flux upon the gangue of the iron-bearing materials charged to a blast furnace and upon the oxidized impurities in the iron produced. Depending upon the particular blast furnace operation, the slag is composed primarily of sulfur and oxides of aluminum, calcium, magnesium, and silicon.
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The fused substance formed by the action of a flux upon the gangue of iron-bearing materials charged to a steelmaking furnace and upon the oxidized impurities in the steel produced. Depending upon the particular steelmaking operation, the slag is composed primarily of sulfur and oxides of aluminum, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and silicon.
266-004-1
65996-71-6
The fused substance formed by the action of a flux upon the gangue of iron-bearing materials charged to a steelmaking furnace and upon the oxidized impurities in the steel produced. Depending upon the particular steelmaking operation, the slag is composed primarily of sulfur and oxides of aluminum, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and silicon.
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The fumes obtained from the concentration of ores and/or preconcentrates of tin by volatilization. Composed primarily of oxides of lead, tin, zinc and other volatile metals.
310-105-6
102423-87-0
The fumes obtained from the concentration of ores and/or preconcentrates of tin by volatilization. Composed primarily of oxides of lead, tin, zinc and other volatile metals.
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The fraction of tar acids, rich in 3- and 4-ethylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids.
284-891-3
84989-03-7
The fraction of tar acids, rich in 3- and 4-ethylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids.
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The fraction of tar acids, rich in 3,5-dimethylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar acids.
284-896-0
84989-07-1
The fraction of tar acids, rich in 3,5-dimethylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar acids.
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The fraction of tar acids, rich in 2,4- and 2,5-dimethylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids.
284-895-5
84989-06-0
The fraction of tar acids, rich in 2,4- and 2,5-dimethylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids.
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The fraction of tar acids, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids, having an approximate boiling range of 225°C to 320°C (437°F to 608°F). Composed primarily of polyalkylphenols.
284-893-4
84989-05-9
The fraction of tar acids, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids, having an approximate boiling range of 225°C to 320°C (437°F to 608°F). Composed primarily of polyalkylphenols.
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The fraction of tar acid rich in 3- and 4-methylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids.
284-892-9
84989-04-8
The fraction of tar acid rich in 3- and 4-methylphenol, recovered by distillation of low-temperature coal tar crude tar acids.
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The fraction from the distillation of bituminous coal pressure gasification tar boiling in the range of approximately 280°C to 400°C (536°F to 752°F). Composed primarily of anthracene, fluorene, phenanthrene and homologs, tetranuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, hetero compounds and aliphatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons.
302-615-2
94113-81-2
The fraction from the distillation of bituminous coal pressure gasification tar boiling in the range of approximately 280°C to 400°C (536°F to 752°F). Composed primarily of anthracene, fluorene, phenanthrene and homologs, tetranuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, hetero compounds and aliphatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons.
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The fossil resins extracted from coal seams by subjecting crushed coal to a flotation and hexane extraction process.
270-090-6
68410-73-1
The fossil resins extracted from coal seams by subjecting crushed coal to a flotation and hexane extraction process.
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The first fraction from the distillation of aromatic hydrocarbons, coumarone, naphthalene and indene rich prefractionator bottoms or washed carbolic oil boiling substantially below 145°C (293°F). Composed primarily of C7 and C8 aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons.
292-625-2
90641-02-4
The first fraction from the distillation of aromatic hydrocarbons, coumarone, naphthalene and indene rich prefractionator bottoms or washed carbolic oil boiling substantially below 145°C (293°F). Composed primarily of C7 and C8 aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons.
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The final, unpurified mother liquor in the beet or cane sugar industry from which no more sugar can be crystallized by factory methods.
232-487-2
8052-35-5
The final, unpurified mother liquor in the beet or cane sugar industry from which no more sugar can be crystallized by factory methods.
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The final cut residuum boiling at approximately 503°C (938°F).
273-491-4
68987-40-6
The final cut residuum boiling at approximately 503°C (938°F).
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The fibrous substance obtained from the treatment of lignocellulosic substances (wood or other agricultural fiber sources) with one or more aqueous solutions of pulping and/or bleaching chemicals. Composed of cellulose, hemi-cellulose, lignin, and other minor components. The relative amounts of these components depend on the extent of the pulping and bleaching processes.
265-995-8
65996-61-4
The fibrous substance obtained from the treatment of lignocellulosic substances (wood or other agricultural fiber sources) with one or more aqueous solutions of pulping and/or bleaching chemicals. Composed of cellulose, hemi-cellulose, lignin, and other minor components. The relative amounts of these components depend on the extent of the pulping and bleaching processes.
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The fibrous residue obtained from the separation of wort from a mash of malted barley and wheat flour in approximately equal proportions.
307-527-8
97660-18-9
The fibrous residue obtained from the separation of wort from a mash of malted barley and wheat flour in approximately equal proportions.
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The feed gas to the amine system for removal of hydrogen sulfide. It consists of hydrogen. Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and aliphatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C1 through C5 may also be present.
270-746-1
68477-65-6
The feed gas to the amine system for removal of hydrogen sulfide. It consists of hydrogen. Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and aliphatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C1 through C5 may also be present.
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The extract produced by the acidic extraction of bases from crude coal tar aromatic oils, neutralization, and distillation of the bases. Composed primarily of collidines, aniline, toluidines, lutidines, xylidines.
273-077-3
68937-63-3
The extract produced by the acidic extraction of bases from crude coal tar aromatic oils, neutralization, and distillation of the bases. Composed primarily of collidines, aniline, toluidines, lutidines, xylidines.
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The extract oil boiling in the range of approximately 220°C to 265°C (428°F to 509°F) from low-temperature coal tar alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid after distillation to remove most of the tar bases present. Composed primarily of alkylnaphthalenes.
310-246-3
140362-54-5
The extract oil boiling in the range of approximately 220°C to 265°C (428°F to 509°F) from low-temperature coal tar alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid after distillation to remove most of the tar bases present. Composed primarily of alkylnaphthalenes.
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The extract oil boiling in the range of approximately 220°C to 265°C (428°F to 509°F) from coal tar alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid. Composed primarily of hydrocarbons.
310-285-6
141785-65-1
The extract oil boiling in the range of approximately 220°C to 265°C (428°F to 509°F) from coal tar alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid. Composed primarily of hydrocarbons.
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The extract oil boiling in the range of approximately 220°C to 265°C (428°F to 509°F) from coal tar alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid after distillation to remove tar bases. Composed primarily of alkylnaphthalenes.
284-901-6
84989-12-8
The extract oil boiling in the range of approximately 220°C to 265°C (428°F to 509°F) from coal tar alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid after distillation to remove tar bases. Composed primarily of alkylnaphthalenes.
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The extract obtained by treating the pulp from the various pulping processes with hot caustic. It contains the soluble compound in the pulp remaining after the pulping process and the compounds solubilized by bleaching.
270-323-1
68424-83-9
The extract obtained by treating the pulp from the various pulping processes with hot caustic. It contains the soluble compound in the pulp remaining after the pulping process and the compounds solubilized by bleaching.
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The extract from coal tar oil produced by an alkaline wash such as aqueous sodium hydroxide. Composed primarily of the alkali salts of various phenolic compounds.
266-017-2
65996-83-0
The extract from coal tar oil produced by an alkaline wash such as aqueous sodium hydroxide. Composed primarily of the alkali salts of various phenolic compounds.
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The extract from coal tar oil alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid after distillation to remove naphthalene. Composed primarily of the acid salts of various aromatic nitrogen bases including pyridine, quinoline, and their alkyl derivatives.
266-020-9
65996-86-3
The extract from coal tar oil alkaline extract residue produced by an acidic wash such as aqueous sulfuric acid after distillation to remove naphthalene. Composed primarily of the acid salts of various aromatic nitrogen bases including pyridine, quinoline, and their alkyl derivatives.
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The dusts from an electrostatic filter obtained during the combustion of waste substances from the preparation of acrylonitrile according to the Sohio process. Composed primarily of carbonates and sulfates of antimony and molybdenum.
309-961-3
101794-79-0
The dusts from an electrostatic filter obtained during the combustion of waste substances from the preparation of acrylonitrile according to the Sohio process. Composed primarily of carbonates and sulfates of antimony and molybdenum.
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The dust produced from a fume cleaning process used to remove solids from the gas stream from a steelmaking desulfurizing plant using injected calcium carbide composed of iron oxide, calcium sulfide and calcium carbide.
305-413-2
94551-65-2
The dust produced from a fume cleaning process used to remove solids from the gas stream from a steelmaking desulfurizing plant using injected calcium carbide composed of iron oxide, calcium sulfide and calcium carbide.
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The dust obtained from the refining of materials from primary and secondary sources containing gold, iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhenium, ruthenium and silver. Composed primarily of lead with traces of other metals.
308-496-3
98072-44-7
The dust obtained from the refining of materials from primary and secondary sources containing gold, iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhenium, ruthenium and silver. Composed primarily of lead with traces of other metals.
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The dust generated from the initial cleaning of off gases from a blast furnace. Composed primarily of iron and carbon. May contain varying amounts of other elements, oxides, and trace compounds.
266-003-6
65996-70-5
The dust generated from the initial cleaning of off gases from a blast furnace. Composed primarily of iron and carbon. May contain varying amounts of other elements, oxides, and trace compounds.
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The dust generated during the charging, operation, and tapping of a steelmaking furnace and from steel conditioning, including that which is recovered through the use of pollution abatement equipment. Composed primarily of iron oxides. May contain varying amounts of other metallic oxides and trace compounds.
266-005-7
65996-72-7
The dust generated during the charging, operation, and tapping of a steelmaking furnace and from steel conditioning, including that which is recovered through the use of pollution abatement equipment. Composed primarily of iron oxides. May contain varying amounts of other metallic oxides and trace compounds.
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The dried, mixed culture of microorganisms from a waste treatment process of pulping and papermaking liquid wastes. Contains ammonia and phosphoric acid.
269-143-6
68188-15-8
The dried, mixed culture of microorganisms from a waste treatment process of pulping and papermaking liquid wastes. Contains ammonia and phosphoric acid.
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The dried residue from corn after the removal of the larger part of the starch and germ and the separation of the bran in the wet-milling manufacture of corn starch or syrup, or by enzymatic treatment of the endosperm.
266-116-0
66071-96-3
The dried residue from corn after the removal of the larger part of the starch and germ and the separation of the bran in the wet-milling manufacture of corn starch or syrup, or by enzymatic treatment of the endosperm.
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The dregs removed by liquid recovery from the oxidation of spent pulping liquor. It consists primarily of sodium carbonate, calcium carbonate and sand with trace amounts of Fe2O3.
273-165-1
68952-32-9
The dregs removed by liquid recovery from the oxidation of spent pulping liquor. It consists primarily of sodium carbonate, calcium carbonate and sand with trace amounts of Fe2O3.
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The distillation residue remaining after the distillation of the neutralized, acid-extracted base-containing tar fractions obtained by the distillation of coal tars. It contains chiefly aniline, collidines, quinoline and quinoline derivatives and toluidines.
295-544-0
92062-29-8
The distillation residue remaining after the distillation of the neutralized, acid-extracted base-containing tar fractions obtained by the distillation of coal tars. It contains chiefly aniline, collidines, quinoline and quinoline derivatives and toluidines.
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The distillation fraction boiling in the range of approximately 181°C to 186°C (356°F to 367°F) from the crude bases obtained from the neutralized, acid-extracted base-containing tar fractions obtained by the distillation of bituminous coal tar. It contains chiefly aniline and collidines.
295-543-5
92062-28-7
The distillation fraction boiling in the range of approximately 181°C to 186°C (356°F to 367°F) from the crude bases obtained from the neutralized, acid-extracted base-containing tar fractions obtained by the distillation of bituminous coal tar. It contains chiefly aniline and collidines.
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The distillation fraction boiling in the range of approximately 180°C to 200°C (356°F to 392°F) from the crude bases obtained by dephenolating and debasing the carbolated oil from the distillation of coal tar. It contains chiefly aniline, collidines, lutidines and toluidines.
295-541-4
92062-27-6
The distillation fraction boiling in the range of approximately 180°C to 200°C (356°F to 392°F) from the crude bases obtained by dephenolating and debasing the carbolated oil from the distillation of coal tar. It contains chiefly aniline, collidines, lutidines and toluidines.
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The distillation bottoms boiling above approximately 84.5°C.
271-821-1
68609-22-3
The distillation bottoms boiling above approximately 84.5°C.
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The distillate of peat tar with a boiling range of approximately 175°C to 360°C. Composed primarily of paraffin hydrocarbons as well as mono and divalent phenols and phenol ethers.
302-628-3
94113-93-6
The distillate of peat tar with a boiling range of approximately 175°C to 360°C. Composed primarily of paraffin hydrocarbons as well as mono and divalent phenols and phenol ethers.
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The distillate of coal tar produced by the high temperature carbonization of bituminous coal. It consists primarily of aromatic hydrocarbons, tar acids and tar bases.
232-287-5
8001-58-9
The distillate of coal tar produced by the high temperature carbonization of bituminous coal. It consists primarily of aromatic hydrocarbons, tar acids and tar bases.
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The distillate obtained during the heat treatment of pitch obtained from coal gasification tar having an approximate distillation range of 100°C to 400°C (212°F to 752°F). Composed primarily of aromatic and other hydrocarbons, phenolic compounds and aromatic nitrogen compounds.
310-230-6
140203-20-9
The distillate obtained during the heat treatment of pitch obtained from coal gasification tar having an approximate distillation range of 100°C to 400°C (212°F to 752°F). Composed primarily of aromatic and other hydrocarbons, phenolic compounds and aromatic nitrogen compounds.
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