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  • MSDS Monomer QM-867SUBSTANCE DEFINITION :Mixture of complex methacrylate monomersREFERENCE :EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticidesand Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW,Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. CAS 83354-96-5 MSDS * Monomer pcm-200
    MSDS   : Monomer QM-867 SUBSTANCE DEFINITION : Mixture of complex methacrylate monomers REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. CAS   : 83354-96-5 SYNONYMS   : * Monomer pcm-200 *** CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION *** RTECS NUMBER : QB7705000 CHEMICAL NAME : Monomer QM-867 SUBSTANCE DEFINITION : Mixture of complex methacrylate monomers REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. LAST UPDATED : 199506 DATA ITEMS CITED : 3 COMPOUND DESCRIPTOR : Primary Irritant SYNONYMS/TRADE NAMES : * Monomer pcm-200 *** HEALTH HAZARD DATA *** ** SKIN/EYE IRRITATION DATA ** TYPE OF TEST : Standard Draize test ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Administration onto the skin SPECIES OBSERVED : Rodent...
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  • MSDS Monomer QM-928SUBSTANCE DEFINITION :Mixture of complex methacrylate monomersREFERENCE :EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticidesand Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW,Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. CAS 83354-96-5 MSDS * Monomer pcm-400
    MSDS   : Monomer QM-928 SUBSTANCE DEFINITION : Mixture of complex methacrylate monomers REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. CAS   : 83354-96-5 SYNONYMS   : * Monomer pcm-400 *** CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION *** RTECS NUMBER : QB7706000 CHEMICAL NAME : Monomer QM-928 SUBSTANCE DEFINITION : Mixture of complex methacrylate monomers REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. LAST UPDATED : 199506 DATA ITEMS CITED : 3 COMPOUND DESCRIPTOR : Primary Irritant SYNONYMS/TRADE NAMES : * Monomer pcm-400 *** HEALTH HAZARD DATA *** ** SKIN/EYE IRRITATION DATA ** TYPE OF TEST : Standard Draize test ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Administration onto the skin SPECIES OBSERVED : Rodent...
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  • MSDS Flux oilSUBSTANCE DEFINITION :A complex mixture of alkyldiarylethanesREFERENCE :EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticidesand Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW,Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. Volume(issue)/page/year:8EHQ-0890-0984 CAS 1391-62-4 MSDS
    MSDS   : Flux oil SUBSTANCE DEFINITION : A complex mixture of alkyldiarylethanes REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. Volume(issue)/page/year: 8EHQ-0890-0984 CAS   : 1391-62-4 SYNONYMS   : *** CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION *** RTECS NUMBER : LP4201000 CHEMICAL NAME : Flux oil SUBSTANCE DEFINITION : A complex mixture of alkyldiarylethanes REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. Volume(issue)/page/year: 8EHQ-0890-0984 LAST UPDATED : 199506 DATA ITEMS CITED : 3 COMPOUND DESCRIPTOR : Primary Irritant *** HEALTH HAZARD DATA *** ** SKIN/EYE IRRITATION DATA ** TYPE OF TEST : Standard Draize test ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Administration onto the skin SPECIES OBSERVED...
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  • MSDS Fiber, polysulfone CAS 89957-37-9 MSDS
    MSDS   : Fiber, polysulfone CAS   : 89957-37-9 SYNONYMS   : *** CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION *** RTECS NUMBER : LK3626000 CHEMICAL NAME : Fiber, polysulfone LAST UPDATED : 199112 DATA ITEMS CITED : 5 COMPOUND DESCRIPTOR : Reproductive Effector Primary Irritant *** HEALTH HAZARD DATA *** ** SKIN/EYE IRRITATION DATA ** TYPE OF TEST : Standard Draize test ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Administration onto the skin SPECIES OBSERVED : Rodent - rabbit DOSE/DURATION : 500 mg REACTION SEVERITY : Moderate REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. Volume(issue)/page/year: 8EHQ-1190-0974 TYPE OF TEST : Standard Draize test ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Administration into the eye SPECIES OBSERVED : Rodent - rabbit DOSE/DURATION : 100 mg REACTION SEVERITY : Mild REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides...
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  • MSDS Chimassorb 119 CAS 39405-40-8 MSDS
    MSDS   : Chimassorb 119 CAS   : 39405-40-8 SYNONYMS   : *** CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION *** RTECS NUMBER : FM3450000 CHEMICAL NAME : Chimassorb 119 LAST UPDATED : 199203 DATA ITEMS CITED : 2 COMPOUND DESCRIPTOR : Drug *** HEALTH HAZARD DATA *** ** ACUTE TOXICITY DATA ** TYPE OF TEST : LD50 - Lethal dose, 50 percent kill ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Oral SPECIES OBSERVED : Rodent - rat DOSE/DURATION : >5 gm/kg TOXIC EFFECTS : Details of toxic effects not reported other than lethal dose value REFERENCE : EPASR* United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M St., SW, Washington, DC 20460) History unknown. Volume(issue)/page/year: 8EHQ-1289-0836FLWP TYPE OF TEST : LD50 - Lethal dose, 50 percent kill ROUTE OF EXPOSURE : Administration onto the skin SPECIES OBSERVED : Rodent - rat DOSE/DURATION : >2 gm/kg TOXIC EFFECTS : Details of toxic effects not reported other than lethal dose value REFERENCE : EPASR...
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  • MSDS PAGE: MSDS 123-33-1 CAS 3,6-Dihydroxypyridazine, 99% Maleic Acid Hydrazide; Maleic Hydrazide; 3,6-Pyridazinediol
    - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY **** Chemical Stability: Stable under normal temperatures and pressures. Conditions to Avoid: Incompatible materials, slightly corrosive to iron and zinc. Incompatibilities with Other Materials: Strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, pesticides which are highly alkaline in reaction. Hazardous Decomposition Products: Nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide. Hazardous Polymerization: Has not been reported. **** SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION **** RTECS#: CAS# 123-33-1: UR5950000 LD50/LC50: CAS# 123-33-1: Inhalation, rat: LC50 = >20 gm/m3; Oral, rat: LD50 = 3800 mg/kg; Skin, rabbit: LD50 = >4 gm/kg. Carcinogenicity: 3,6-Dihydroxypyridazine, 99% - Not listed by ACGIH, IARC, or NTP. Other: See actual entry in RTECS for complete information. **** SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION **** Other No information available. **** SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS **** Dispose of in a manner consistent with federal, state, and local regulations. **** SECTION...
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  • MSDS PAGE: CAS N/A MSDS co_napa_ca_us---written_program.asp
    PESTICIDE, OR CHEMICALLY SIMILAR GROUP OF PESTICIDES TO BE USED: 1. The format and meaning of information contained in pesticide product labeling: a. Precautionary statements about human health hazards b. Signal words and their meaning 2. The hazards of pesticides: a. Acute and chronic effects b. Delayed effects and sensitization c. Information can be found in pesticide labeling, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and Pesticide Safety Information Series (PSIS) 3. The routes by which pesticides can enter the body: a. Ingestion b. Inhalation c. Dermal contact and absorption d. Information found in labeling, MSDS and PSIS 4. The signs and symptoms of overexposure: a. Information found in labeling, MSDS and PSIS 5. Emergency first aid for pesticide overexposure: a. Location of decontamination facilities b. Location of first aid kits c. Information found in labeling, MSDS and PSIS 6. How to obtain emergency medical care: a. Posting of name, address and phone number of medical facility at each work...
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  • MSDS PAGE: CAS N/A MSDS monsanto_com---nhl_backgr.asp
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS N/A File Name : monsanto_com---nhl_backgr.asp Backgrounder Glyphosate: Response to non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Allegations July, 2002 Monsanto Company A 1999 epidemiologic study from Sweden asked people with non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL) (a cancer typically associated with the lymph nodes) ? to recall what pesticides they had used in past years (Hardell and Eriksson 1999). The Swedish authors reported weak, non-statistically significant associations between NHL and several herbicides, including glyphosate. The Swedish authors did not conclude that the glyphosate associations were causal, but merely expressed the opinion that further epidemiologic research on glyphosate was warranted. Nonetheless, the New Scientist periodical (Pierce and Mackenzie 1999) cited the Swedish study to raise questions about the potential for glyphosate to cause cancer in people. Leading international experts from Karolinska Institute, Harvard, Yale and the University...
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  • MSDS PAGE: CAS N/A MSDS allturf_ca---chem_stik_spec_label.asp
    immediately. If on Skin: Remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin contact area with plenty of soap and water. GENERAL INFORMATION CHEM-STIK is an easy to clean out, nonionic spreader-sticker formulated to maximize leaf surface coverage of spray solutions, while providing washoff protection from untimely rainfall. When used as directed, CHEM-STIK will increase wetting, adhesion, and endurance of pesticide sprays. This is especially beneficial during windy and rainy periods, as well as under other adverse weather conditions. DIRECTIONS FOR USE FOR USE WITH PESTICIDES REGISTERED FOR AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY, INDUSTRIAL, MUNICIPAL, NONCROPLAND, RIGHTS-OF-WAY, AND OTHER APPROPRIATE USES. The addition of adjuvants to some pesticides and/or fertilizers and their tank mixes may cause phytotoxicity to the foliage and/or fruit of desirable crops. Before using CHEM-STIK, the applicator or crops advisor must have experience with the pesticide combination, including CHEM-STIK, or must have conducted...
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  • MSDS PAGE: CAS 120068-37-3 MSDS clydesidetradingsociety_co_uk---vi-nil_msds.asp
    , hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, nitrogen oxides. Do not breathe smoke or fumes. Protective equipment: In case of fire wear self-contained breathing apparatus and chemical protective clothing. Further information: Call the Fire Brigade at once to deal with all fires involving pesticides unless the fire is small and immediately controllable. Spray unopened containers with a mist spray to keep cool. If without risk, remove intact containers from exposure to fire. Contain fire-fighting water, bunding if necessary with sand or earth. Do not allow contamination of public drains or surface or ground waters. Dispose of fire debris and contaminated water as advised in the MAFF/HSE "Pesticides: Code of Practice for the Safe Use of Pesticides on Farms and Holdings". _______________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Accidental release measures If spilled: Wear prescribed protective clothing. Clear spillage immediately. Contain spillage, sweep or shovel...
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  • MSDS PAGE: CAS N/A MSDS allturf_ca---signal_green_ez_speclabel.asp
    to overlapping and skipping, while it indicates drift and mechanical malfunction. SIGNAL GREEN EZ SoluPak(s) dissolve quickly in spray solution and leave no residue in the spray tank. DIRECTIONS FOR USE FOR USE WITH PESTICIDES REGISTERED FOR AGRICULTURAL, AQUATICS, FORESTRY, INDUSTRIAL, MUNICIPAL, NONCROPLAND, RIGHTS-OF-WAY, TURFGRASS AND OTHER APPROPRIATE USES Open foil-lined overpack to dispense water-soluble packet(s). Holding onto the foil-lined overpack, empty the SoluPak(s) into the spray tank. Do not add overpack to the spray solution. USE RATE Each SIGNAL GREEN EZ SoluPak will effectively treat approximately 50 gallons of water. Application rate, nozzle type, turf color, turf height and individual water conditions may influence variations from the above rate. MIXING In the absence of specific mixing recommendations by the basic pesticide manufacturer, use the following mixing procedure: 1. Fill spray tank 1/2 full of desired water volume. 2. While agitating, add the appropriate number...
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    ALL PAGES On Chemical Property IN THIS GROUP NAME CAS KLEAN E.Z. SUPER CONCENTRATE, P/N 3315C 6834-92-0 26027-38-3 111-76-2 KLEAN E.Z. ALL PURPOSE CLEANER, P/N 3305R 6834-92-0 26027-38-3 111-76-2 67-63-0 1 GAL V 740 THERM COND SIL CPD,60235 1314-13-2 63148-62-9 5083 CONTACT CLEANER (AERO) 76-13-1 ALL CLIMATE 10W30 PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-118 140-57-8 510-15-6 2303-16-4 465-73-6 143-50-0 23950-58-5 75-09-2 PHENOLS MIXTURE, US-117 75-09-2 95-48-7 108-39-4 106-44-5 87-65-0 88-85-7 70-30-4 58-90-2 95-95-4 ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-119 75-09-2 60-51-5 298-04-4 52-85-7 298-00-0 56-38-2 298-02-2 3689-24-5 297-97-2 126-68-1 BASE NEUTRALS MIXTURE 3, US-114 60-11-7 119-93-7 122-09-8 122-39-4 134-32-7 91-59-8 99-55-8 62-44-2 106-50-3 95-53-4 75-09-2 53-96-3 92-67-1 91-94-1 PYRIDINES MIXTURE, US-120A 67-56-1 91-80-5 56-57-5 109-06-8 110-86-1 ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-112A 58-89-9 72-54-8 72-55-9 50-29-3 60-57-1 959-98-8 33213-65-9 1031-07-8 72-20-8 7421-93-4 76-44-8...
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  • MSDS PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-118 sulfurous acid, 2-(p-t-butylphenoxy)-1-methylethyl-2-chloroethyl ester; benzilic acid, 4,4'-dichloro-, ethyl ester; (chlorobenzilate) (sara carbamic acid, diisopropylthio-, s-(2,3-dichloroallyl) ester; (diallate) 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, ing 5: (sara iii). ld50:(oral,rat) 7 mg/kg benzamide,3,5-dichloro-n-(1,1-dimethyl-2-propynyl-; (sara iii) methane, dichloro-; (methylene chloride) (sara iii). ld50:(oral,rat) CAS 140-57-8 510-15-6 2303-16-4 465-73-6 143-50-0 23950-58-5 75-09-2
    % name="PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-118" cas="140-57-8 510-15-6 2303-16-4 465-73-6 143-50-0 23950-58-5 MSDS   : PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-118 CAS   : 140-57-8 510-15-6 2303-16-4 465-73-6 143-50-0 23950-58-5 75-09-2 NAME   : sulfurous acid, 2-(p-t-butylphenoxy)-1-methylethyl-2-chloroethyl ester; benzilic acid, 4,4'-dichloro-, ethyl ester; (chlorobenzilate) (sara carbamic acid, diisopropylthio-, s-(2,3-dichloroallyl) ester; (diallate) 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, ing 5: (sara iii). ld50:(oral,rat) 7 mg/kg benzamide,3,5-dichloro-n-(1,1-dimethyl-2-propynyl-; (sara iii) methane, dichloro-; (methylene chloride) (sara iii). ld50:(oral,rat) ULTRA SCIENTIFIC -- PESTICIDES MIXTURE, US-118 ...
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    ALL PAGES On Chemical Property IN THIS GROUP NAME CAS RUS-KIL - RUSTIC BROWN, 0001066 RUSTCOTE 55, ZFG 8703 AMALIE NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL, ALL SAE GRADES SUPERCLEAR 101, 83730 7732-18-5 9016-45-9 68391-01-5 68956-79-6 497-19-8 PW-130 CLP-216, PESTICIDES INDIVIDUAL STANDARD (SUPDAT) 110-54-3 319-86-8 76-44-8 58-89-9 959-98-8 60-57-1 72-20-8 72-54-8 50-29-3 72-43-5 877-09-8 2051-24-3 CLP-226, PESTICIDES INDIVIDUAL STANDARD (SUPDAT) 110-54-3 319-85-7 319-86-8 309-00-2 1024-57-3 5103-71-9 5103-74-2 72-55-9 877-09-8 2051-24-3 1031-07-8 7421-93-4 53494-70-5 33213-65-9 EPA-1141, 4-NITROPHENOL SOLUTION AT 5000 (SUPDAT) 67-56-1 100-02-7 DFDA-0588 BK 9865 408146 9002-88-4 1333-86-4 4024 HI QUINPLEX FOOD MACHINERY LUBRICANT 5100 PYROSHIELD (AEROSOL) CLP-100, VOLATILES MATRIX SPIKING SOLUTION 67-56-1 71-43-2 108-90-7 75-35-4 108-88-3 79-01-6 STM-330, SURROGATE STANDARD MIXTURE AT 2000 (SUPDAT) 67-56-1 460-00-4 1868-53-7 2037-26-5 CLP-154, CLP VOLATILES MIXTURE 4 AT 2000 (SUPDAT) 67-56-1 67-64-1...
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  • MSDS CLP-200, PESTICIDES MATRIX SPIKING SOLUTION IN(SUPDAT) methyl alcohol (methanol) (sara 313) (cercla). ld50: 2.9 g/kg oral rat. 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, 1,2,3,4,10,10- ing 2: 313) (cercla). ld50: 39 mg/kg oral rat. cyclohexane, 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachloro-, gamma-isomer; (gamma-bhc) (sara ethane, 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)-; (p,p-ddt) (cercla). 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, 1,2,3,4,10,10- ing 8: (dieldrin) (cercla). ld50: 46 mg/kg oral rat. 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, 1,2,3,4,10,10- ing 8: (endrin) (sara 302) (cercla). ld50: 7.5 mg/kg oral rat. 4,7-methanoindene, 1,4,5,6,7,8,8-heptachloro- 3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-; ing 10: 90 mg/kg oral rat. CAS 67-56-1 309-00-2 58-89-9 50-29-3 60-57-1 72-20-8 76-44-8
    % name="CLP-200, PESTICIDES MATRIX SPIKING SOLUTION IN(SUPDAT)" cas="67-56-1 309-00-2 58-89-9 50-29-3 60-57-1 72-20-8 MSDS   : CLP-200, PESTICIDES MATRIX SPIKING SOLUTION IN(SUPDAT) CAS   : 67-56-1 309-00-2 58-89-9 50-29-3 60-57-1 72-20-8 76-44-8 NAME   : methyl alcohol (methanol) (sara 313) (cercla). ld50: 2.9 g/kg oral rat. 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, 1,2,3,4,10,10- ing 2: 313) (cercla). ld50: 39 mg/kg oral rat. cyclohexane, 1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachloro-, gamma-isomer; (gamma-bhc) (sara ethane, 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)-; (p,p-ddt) (cercla). 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, 1,2,3,4,10,10- ing 8: (dieldrin) (cercla). ld50: 46 mg/kg oral rat. 1,4:5,8-dimethanonaphthalene, 1,2,3,4,10,10- ing 8: (endrin) (sara 302) (cercla). ld50: 7.5 mg/kg oral rat. 4,7-methanoindene, 1,4,5,6,7,8,8-heptachloro- 3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-; ing 10: 90 mg/kg oral rat. ULTRA SCIENTIFIC -- CLP-200, PESTICIDES MATRIX SPIKING SOLUTION I...
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  • MSDS ISM-300, PESTICIDES SURROGATE STANDARD MIX (SUPDAT) hexane (n-hexane) (cercla) toluene (sara 313) (cercla) bicyclo(2.2.1)hept-5-ene-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, 1,4,5,6,7,7,-hexachloro; 2,4,5,6-tetrachloro-m-xylene, CAS 110-54-3 108-88-3 1770-80-5 877-09-8
    % name="ISM-300, PESTICIDES SURROGATE STANDARD MIX (SUPDAT)" cas="110-54-3 108-88-3 1770-80-5 MSDS   : ISM-300, PESTICIDES SURROGATE STANDARD MIX (SUPDAT) CAS   : 110-54-3 108-88-3 1770-80-5 877-09-8 NAME   : hexane (n-hexane) (cercla) toluene (sara 313) (cercla) bicyclo(2.2.1)hept-5-ene-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, 1,4,5,6,7,7,-hexachloro; 2,4,5,6-tetrachloro-m-xylene, ULTRA SCIENTIFIC -- ISM-300, PESTICIDES SURROGATE STANDARD MIX (S ...
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    ALL PAGES On Chemical Property IN THIS GROUP NAME CAS CR-3240 ENDOTHALL ACID 129-67-9 ISM-301 PESTICIDES SURROGATE STANDARD MIXTURE 67-64-1 1770-80-5 877-09-8 SPM-834 ORGANOPHOSPHOROUS PESTICIDES MIXTURE 110-54-3 2104-64-5 121-75-5 60-51-5 6923-22-4 107-49-3 56-38-2 3689-24-5 HCM-551A DISINFECTION BYPRODUCTS MIXTURE IN METHANOL 56-23-5 67-66-3 124-48-1 96-12-8 106-93-4 127-18-4 71-55-6 79-01-6 67-56-1 75-27-4 75-25-2 PPM-505B ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES MIXTURES 309-00-2 1912-24-9 58-89-9 60-57-1 72-20-8 76-44-8 1024-57-3 118-74-1 77-47-4 72-43-5 122-34-9 67-56-1 15972-60-8 PPM-505C ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES MIXTURE 60-57-1 72-20-8 76-44-8 1024-57-3 118-74-1 77-47-4 72-43-5 5103-73-1 39765-80-5 122-34-9 67-56-1 15972-60-8 309-00-2 1912-24-9 58-89-9 5103-71-9 5103-74-2 C4407 COLLAGEN TYPE X, ACID SOLUBLE FROM HUMAN PLACENTA 9007-34-5 F2112AS EPN 1000 UG/ML IN HEXANE 110-54-3 TT-E-509C TYPE I CLASS I ENAMEL ALKYD INTERIOR SEMI-GLOSS 13463-67-7 111-76-2 1317-65-3 7439-92-1 8052-41-3...
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    HI-022 64742-95-6 95-63-6 13463-67-7 13463-67-7 14808-60-7 8032-32-4 02109 URSA SUPER PLUS SAE 15W-40 64742-65-0 64742-54-7 25103-54-2 84605-29-8 02109 URSA SUPER PLUS SAE 15W-40 64742-65-0 64742-54-7 25103-54-2 84605-29-8 LEAD-ACID BATTERY 7664-93-9 SIERRA ANTIFREEZE COOLANT 7631-99-4 1344-09-8 57-55-6 7732-18-5 HEMATOLOGY BUFFER 32 OZ, 1 GAL, 5 GAL DEMINERALIZER BOTTLE (W/MIXED BED RESIN, CAT, NO. 311) 69011-18-3 7732-18-5 69011-20-7 180 7007 FLEXICOLOR RA FIXER & REPLENISHER,WORK SOLUTION 7732-18-5 1762-95-4 7783-18-8 7757-83-7 10196-04-0 PR-1649 GRAY, PART B 6069-50-5 26471-62-5 ACTIVATED CARBON TYPE SK HAWK FRYER CLEANER 7778-53-2 KWIK DEGREASER SUPER CONCENTRATE 7778-53-2 HI-LITER INKS RUBBER CEMENT 64742-89-8 110-54-3 67-63-0 861 SY SAFETY YELLOW ENAMEL 12656-85-8 ALUM, PEARL ALUM 7784-31-8 HBM-8150A CHLORINATED HERBICIDE ACIDS MIXTURE IN METHANOL 67-56-1 94-75-7 75-99-0 94-82-6 1918-00-9 120-36-5 88-85-7 94-74-6 7085-19-0 93-72-1 93-76-5 NPM-102, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #2 FOR METHOD...
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    672210/672211 ACS B12 RELEASING AGENT 1310-73-2 672210/672211 ACS B12 DITHIOTHREITOL DTT REAGENT 27565-41-9 48913 TCL PESTICIDES MIX/1X1ML/TOL:HEX 50:50 200 UG/M 959-98-8 33213-65-9 1031-07-8 7421-93-4 319-84-6 319-85-7 319-86-8 53494-70-5 108-88-3 110-54-3 76-44-8 72-55-9 72-54-8 50-29-3 60-57-1 72-20-8 1024-57-3 58-89-9 72-43-5 309-00-2 PM507-3M PESTICIDES MIXTURE 3 - 507 IN T-BUTYLMETHYL ETHER 23184-66-9 5234-68-4 333-41-5 51218-45-2 21087-64-9 463-04-7 27314-13-2 13071-79-9 1929-77-7 1634-04-4 PM507-4M PESTICIDES MIXTURE 4 - 507 IN T-BUTYLMETHYL ETHER 2008-41-5 101-21-3 2212-67-1 23950-58-5 961-11-5 51235-04-2 1634-04-4 15972-60-8 1610-17-9 41814-78-2 314-40-9 SM-8080M SURROGATE MIXTURE 8080 IN TOLUENE 108-88-3 877-09-8 2051-24-3 PP-HC5 MIXTURE 5-PESTICIDES IN TOLUENE: HEXANE 50:50 33213-65-9 1031-07-8 72-20-8 7421-93-4 76-44-8 1024-57-3 108-88-3 110-54-3 309-00-2 319-84-6 319-85-7 58-89-9 319-86-8 72-54-8 72-55-9 50-29-3 60-57-1 959-98-8 F106AS TOXAPHENE 2500 UG/ML IN ACETONE 8001-35-2...
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  • MSDS NPM-105, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #5 FOR METHOD 507 methyl tert butyl ether (mtbe), 2-methoxy-2-methyl propane dichlorvos (ddvp), 2,2dichlor-vinyl dimethyl phosphate fenarimol fluridone napropamide simetryne terbacil CAS 1634-04-4 62-73-7 60168-88-9 59756-60-4 15299-99-7 1014-70-6 34014-18-1 5902-51-2
    % name="NPM-105, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #5 FOR METHOD 507" cas="1634-04-4 62-73-7 60168-88-9 59756-60-4 15299-99-7 1014-70-6 34014-18-1 MSDS   : NPM-105, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #5 FOR METHOD 507 CAS   : 1634-04-4 62-73-7 60168-88-9 59756-60-4 15299-99-7 1014-70-6 34014-18-1 5902-51-2 NAME   : methyl tert butyl ether (mtbe), 2-methoxy-2-methyl propane dichlorvos (ddvp), 2,2dichlor-vinyl dimethyl phosphate fenarimol fluridone napropamide simetryne terbacil ...
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  • MSDS NPM-101, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #1 FOR METHOD 507 methyl tert butyl ether (mtbe), 2-methoxy-2-methyl propane ametryne cycloate fenamiphos merphos disulfoton prometon; 2-methoxy-4,6-bis isopropylamino!-s-triazine CAS 1634-04-4 834-12-8 1134-23-2 22224-92-6 150-50-5 298-04-4 1610-18-0
    % name="NPM-101, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #1 FOR METHOD 507" cas="1634-04-4 834-12-8 1134-23-2 22224-92-6 150-50-5 298-04-4 MSDS   : NPM-101, PESTICIDES MIXTURE #1 FOR METHOD 507 CAS   : 1634-04-4 834-12-8 1134-23-2 22224-92-6 150-50-5 298-04-4 1610-18-0 NAME   : methyl tert butyl ether (mtbe), 2-methoxy-2-methyl propane ametryne cycloate fenamiphos merphos disulfoton prometon; 2-methoxy-4,6-bis isopropylamino!-s-triazine ...
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  • MSDS CAS# N/A co_broward_fl_us_pub_bmp_8.asp
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS N/A File Name : co_broward_fl_us_pub_bmp_8.asp WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW WHEN OPERATING A LAWN MAINTENANCE BUSINESS IN BROWARD COUNTY INTRODUCTION q PESTICIDES q STORAGE q APPLICATION q ALTERNATIVES TO PESTICIDES q FERTILIZERS q GASOLINE, DIESEL FUEL q GRASS CLIPPINGS q MOWING q INTRODUCTION This Best Management Practice Guide is intended for the companies that provide lawn maintenance services in Broward County. These companies are responsible for mowing, fertilizing, pesticide and herbicide application, and the health of many lawns in South Florida. Some companies have maintenance/storage areas where pesticides are loaded into application equipment; mowers and other pieces of equipment are serviced; and pesticides, fuel, fertilizer, and cleaning solvents are stored. Other small companies do not have a maintenance/storage area and therefore load, clean, and service equipment on the road or at a job site. Whatever the case may be, the maintenance...
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  • MSDS CAS# N/A dfr_state_nc_us_BMP_chapter07.asp
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS N/A File Name : dfr_state_nc_us_BMP_chapter07.asp Chapter 7 Forest Management Chemicals The careful prescription and application of select chemicals can enhance forest For Forest Owners: growth in a number of ways. These chemicals, which include fertilizer and Chemicals used in forestry generally fall into pesticide, are useful for: two categories: Fertilizers Controlling undesirable or invasive/exotic vegetation. and Pesticides. Reducing wildfire risks. Pesticides include: Improving soil nutrition. - Herbicides (plants) - Insecticides (insects) - Rodenticides (rodents) In most cases, there are federal and/or state rules that describe what actions - Fungicides (fungus, mold) must be done to use the chemical properly. This information should be available on the products label and/or Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Helpful Hints: Labels also alert you to protective equipment needs, mixing instructions, wind Valuable information is speed...
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  • MSDS CAS# N/A d_umn_edu_UMD604_Procedure.asp
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS N/A File Name : d_umn_edu_UMD604_Procedure.asp UMD 604 ? Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping BMP Title: Fertilizer and Pesticide Handling and Application ? Procedure Statement of Intent: UMD Facilities Management will minimize the use of Fertilizers and Pesticides by: ? Determining specific campus appearance standards: o To demonstrate leadership in protecting the environment. o To reflect the needs of the campus. o To respect the aesthetics of the greater community. o To maintain a safe outside environment. o To optimize labor, materials and natural resources required maintaining the standard. ? Developing an Integrated Pest Management program: o To promote the health of the living landscape. o To choose the most appropriate plant materials. o To minimize the influx of disease and invasive species. o To protect water, air and energy resources. Fertilizer Handling and Application 1) Determine Need a) Test athletic fields soils yearly...
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  • MSDS CAS# N/A ohioagriculture_gov_Plnt_4204001.asp
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS N/A File Name : ohioagriculture_gov_Plnt_4204001.asp Ohio Department of Agriculture PLANT INDUSTRY / Pesticide and Fertilizer Regulation Section 8995 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-3399 Telephone: (614) 728-6397 Fax: (614) 728-4221 www.ohioagriculture.gov/plant Email: pesticides@mail.agri.state.oh.us APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF PESTICIDE PRODUCTS Section 921.01 to 921.31, inclusive, of the Revised Code of Ohio: Application is hereby made for the registration of the following th pesticides for the periods listed above, through June 30 of the application year. Information as required by law, is submitted in the attached individual product labeling. SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTED FOR: FIRM: FIRM: CONTACT: ADDRESS 1: ADDRESS 2: CITY: STATE: ZIP: TELEPHONE: EMAIL: SIGNATURE: DATE SIGNED: PAYMENT REQUIRED: Remittance of $150.00 per each brand OR product name payable to the Ohio Department of Agriculture must be enclosed. Payment by check, money...
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  • MSDS CAS# N/A pods_dasnr_okstate_edu_BAE1012web.asp
    ? Clean mixing, loading and storage areas after each use. facility, identify areas that should be improved. Completing ? Place a plastic bucket, pan or other collection container a thorough analysis using this checklist will help become a under all hose connections to keep pesticides or fertilizers responsible environmental steward. These management rec- from dripping on the pad. ommendations list some items required by law and others that ? Inspect tanks monthly for cracks, leaks, sludge, and rust. are considered Best Management Practices (BMPs). Check ? Cover sumps when not in use to keep out trash and dirt. the items that one is currently doing. Circle those items that ? Use collected storm water as make-up water or pump still need attention. out if pad is clean. ? Use dry-break connectors on those hoses used fre- Housekeeping quently. ? Mix only the amount of pesticide needed. The appearance of an operation is a direct reflection ? Segregate rinse water by crop so that it can...
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  • MSDS N/A Williston Herald - Online Edition
    patients with allergies (food or environmental) are additionally bothered or made ill by pesticides and fragrances. That is a very large number of people. And as a final note, one does not have to have or even know someone with this disorder to desire to live a chemical free life--many thousands of Americans well read on these issues choose to do so of their own volition just in the hopes of protecting the environment and their families. " I do not share your opinion wrote on Jul 2, 2010 5:30 PM: " To Mr. Kemp--thank you for your statement. It seems that we have unfortunately not accomplished much in this forum other than insulting one another, which was not my intention. My intention was to inform the public that not everyone agrees with the use of pesticides--and the reasons why and how many people have reached that conclusion. I was in no way aiming any of my statements against the use of pesticides at you as a person, so I am sorry if you felt personally insulted by any...
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  • MSDS N/A Microsoft Word - GazNov.doc
    . However the intent here, for the sole purpose2 of allowing the introduction of low hazardous chemicals under new permit and certificate systems, is to identify for each intrinsic property where possible a level above that defined by the Act (or the Approved Criteria) as hazardous where the industrial chemical can be considered to be low-hazardous (see Figure 1). This `low hazardous' status is limited in its application to NICNAS notification and assessment purposes and does not apply to downstream regulatory control frameworks based on hazard determination. Figure 1 ?Diagrammatic view of low hazard in a classification scheme 3.2 Low-hazardous Evaluation Each national and international classification system has developed its own framework for identifying hazardous industrial chemicals. As a first stage in developing low-hazardous criteria, an overview of national and selected international schemes for industrial chemicals and pesticides (as a comparison) has been undertaken...
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  • MSDS 401894-92-6 854538-40-2 Full Public Report format
    ........................................................................................ 43 9.1.2. Environment ?effects assessment ........................................................................................... 43 9.1.3. Environment ?risk characterisation ........................................................................................ 43 9.2. Environment ?Risk assessment of the disposal of treated pesticide solution/dips ...................... 44 9.2.1. Environment ?exposure assessment........................................................................................ 44 9.2.2. Environment ?effects assessment of pesticides in solutions/dips ........................................... 48 9.2.3. Environment ?risk characterisation ........................................................................................ 49 9.3. Human health................................................................................................................................ 51 9.3.1. Occupational...
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  • MSDS 3380-34-5 Microsoft Word - Triclosan draft report for printing 26 Sep 08.doc
    information on quantities imported into Australia, uses, physicochemical properties, human and environmental exposure, transport, handling, storage, manufacture and disposal, and toxicity (published and unpublished data). Information was also obtained from published papers identified in a comprehensive literature search of several online databases up to December 2006, and retrieved from other sources such as the 2002 review of triclosan antimicrobial resistance undertaken by the European Union (EU) Scientific Steering Committee (European Commission Health & Consumer Protection Directorate General, 2002b). With the exception of the studies contained in this 3 Triclosan overseas report on antimicrobial activity, all primary sources of data were evaluated. Data provided by applicants indicated no manufacture of triclosan occurs in Australia. Quantities of triclosan in pesticides and veterinary medicines and therapeutic products were collected for this assessment, but no further assessment...
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  • MSDS 302-01-2
    , as pulmonary edema may be delayed. PHYSICAL DATA Vapor Pressure: 10 mm Hg at 68oF Flash Point: 100oF Water Solubility: Miscible ------------------------------------------ Not intended to be copied and sold for commercial purposes. ------------------------------------------ NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Right to Know Program CN 368, Trenton, NJ 08625 0368 ------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------ ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Hydrazine is used as a rocket fuel, and for corrosion control in boilers and hot-water heating systems. It is used to make plastics, polymers, antioxidants, pesticides, plant growth regulators, and pharmaceuticals. It may enter the environment mostly from runoff from agricultural lands. ACUTE (SHORT-TERM) ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS Acute toxic effects may include the death of animals, birds, or fish, and death or low growth rate in plants. Acute effects are seen two to four days after animals or plants come in contact with a toxic...
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  • MSDS N/A
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS N/A File Name : 111407670.asp Pesticide Safety Fact Sheet Potential Health Effects of Pesticides Applicators may have little or no Pesticide Toxicity and control over the availability of low- F or all pesticides to be Exposure toxicity products or the toxicity of effective against the pests specific formulated products. How- they are intended to Hazard, or risk, of using pesticides is ever, applicators can minimize or control, they must be biologically the potential for injury, or the degree nearly eliminate exposure--and thus active, or toxic. Because pesticides of danger involved in using a pesti- reduce hazard--by following the label are toxic, they are also potentially cide under a given set of conditions. instructions, using personal protec- hazardous to humans, animals, Hazard depends on the toxicity of the tive clothing and equipment (PPE), other organisms, and the environ- pesticide and the amount of exposure and handling the pesticide...
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  • MSDS 133-07-3
    CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION ARE INTENDED FOR THE MANUFACTURE, FORMULATION, PACKAGING AND USE OF THIS PRODUCT. FOR COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS AND/OR ON-FARM APPLICATIONS CONSULT THE PRODUCT LABEL. SKIN PROTECTION: Wear long-sleeved shirt, long pants and chemical-resistant footwear and socks. EYE PROTECTION: Goggles or face shield. HAND PROTECTION: Chemical-resistant gloves. RESPIRATOR REQUIREMENTS: Applicator must wear either a respirator with a NIOSH/MSHA/BHSE approved organic-vapour-removing cartridge with a pre-filter approved for pesticides or a NIOSH/MSHA/BSHE approved canister approved for pesticides when handling open bags during fill operation. ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES: Discarded clothing and other absorbent materials that have been drenched or heavily contaminated with this product's concentrate. Do not reuse them. Follow manufacturer's instructions for cleaning and maintaining PPE. If no such instructions for washables, use detergent and hot water. Keep and wash PPE...
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  • MSDS 67-64-1 1912-24-9 122-34-9 15972-60-8 72-43-5 309-00-2 5103-71-9 5103-73-1 60-57-1 72-20-8 5103-74-2 58-89-9 76-44-8 1024-57-3 118-74-1 77-47-4 39765-80-5
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS 67-64-1 1912-24-9 122-34-9 15972-60-8 72-43-5 309-00-2 5103-71-9 5103-73-1 60-57-1 72-20-8 5103-74-2 58-89-9 76-44-8 1024-57-3 118-74-1 77-47-4 39765-80-5 File Name : 67-64-1_1912-24-9_122-34-9_15972-60-8_72-43-5_309-00-2_5103-71.asp Page 1/9 Material Safety Data Sheet acc. to ISO 11014 Printing date 10/16/2009 Reviewed on 10/16/2009 1 Identification of substance ?Product details ?Trade name: Reformulated Organohalide Pesticides Mix for Method 505 ?Article number: N9331000 ?Application of the substance / the preparation Laboratory chemicals ?Manufacturer/Supplier: PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences 710 Bridgeport Avenue Shelton, Connecticut 06484 USA ?Information department: Technical Support 800-762-4000 ?Emergency information: CHEMTREC (within U.S.) 800 424-9300 CHEMTREC (from outside U.S.) 1(703)-527-3883 2 Composition/Data on components ?Description: Mixture of the substances listed below with nonhazardous additions. ?Hazardous components...
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  • MSDS 67-64-1 309-00-2 319-84-6 319-85-7 72-54-8 72-55-9 319-86-8 60-57-1 50-29-3 115-29-7 959-98-8 72-20-8 7321-93-4 53494-70-5 58-89-9 76-44-8 1024-57-3 72-43-5
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS 67-64-1 309-00-2 319-84-6 319-85-7 72-54-8 72-55-9 319-86-8 60-57-1 50-29-3 115-29-7 959-98-8 72-20-8 7321-93-4 53494-70-5 58-89-9 76-44-8 1024-57-3 72-43-5 File Name : 67-64-1_309-00-2_319-84-6_319-85-7_72-54-8_72-55-9_319-86.asp Page 1/9 Material Safety Data Sheet acc. to ISO 11014 Printing date 04/09/2009 Reviewed on 04/09/2009 1 Identification of substance ?Product details ?Trade name: Mix A Organochlorine Pesticides 525.2 ?Article number: N9331014 ?Application of the substance / the preparation Laboratory chemicals ?Manufacturer/Supplier: PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences 710 Bridgeport Avenue Shelton, Connecticut 06484 USA ?Information department: Technical Support 800-762-4000 ?Emergency information: CHEMTREC (within U.S.) 800 424-9300 CHEMTREC (from outside U.S.) 1(703)-527-3883 2 Composition/Data on components ?Description: Mixture of the substances listed below with nonhazardous additions. ?Hazardous components: 67-64-1 acetone...
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  • MSDS 67-64-1 309-00-2 319-84-6 319-85-7 72-54-8 72-55-9 319-86-8 60-57-1 50-29-3 115-29-7 959-98-8 72-20-8 7321-93-4 53494-70-5 58-89-9 76-44-8 1024-57-3 72-43-5
    MSDS Material Safety Data Sheet CAS 67-64-1 309-00-2 319-84-6 319-85-7 72-54-8 72-55-9 319-86-8 60-57-1 50-29-3 115-29-7 959-98-8 72-20-8 7321-93-4 53494-70-5 58-89-9 76-44-8 1024-57-3 72-43-5 File Name : 67-64-1_309-00-2_319-84-6_319-85-7_72-54-8_72-55-9_319-86.asp Page 1/9 Material Safety Data Sheet acc. to ISO 11014 Printing date 04/09/2009 Reviewed on 04/09/2009 1 Identification of substance ?Product details ?Trade name: Mix A Organochlorine Pesticides 525.2 ?Article number: N9331014 ?Application of the substance / the preparation Laboratory chemicals ?Manufacturer/Supplier: PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences 710 Bridgeport Avenue Shelton, Connecticut 06484 USA ?Information department: Technical Support 800-762-4000 ?Emergency information: CHEMTREC (within U.S.) 800 424-9300 CHEMTREC (from outside U.S.) 1(703)-527-3883 2 Composition/Data on components ?Description: Mixture of the substances listed below with nonhazardous additions. ?Hazardous components: 67-64-1 acetone...
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    ALL PAGES On Chemical Properties IN THIS GROUP
    NameCASSynonymsMolecular FormulaMolecular Weight
    EDO EDO
    NI NI
    SO4 SO4
    PLM PLM
    FMT FMT
    SAH SAH
    GOL GOL
    CL CL
    4MM 4MM
    IOD IOD
    SO4 SO4
    GOL GOL
    5-methoxy-1,2-dimethyl-3-((4-nitrophenoxy)methyl)indole-4,7-dione 5-methoxy-1,2-dimethyl-3-((4-nitrophenoxy)methyl)indole-4,7-dione
    C444919
    ES936 cpd
    Z-VAD peptide Z-VAD peptide
    benzyloxycarbonyl-valyl-alanyl-aspartic acid
    chlorinated dibenzofurans chlorinated dibenzofurans
    polychlorinated dibenzofurans
    Guggul Guggul
    Guggulu
    Gugulu
    Yogaraj-guggulu
    guggul extract
    guggul lipids
    guggulipid
    guggulu extract
    gugulipid
    gugulu extract
    gum guggulu
    4-isopropyl-3-(methylsulfonyl)benzoyl-guanidine methanesulfonate 4-isopropyl-3-(methylsulfonyl)benzoyl-guanidine methanesulfonate
    C093373
    HOE 642
    HOE-642
    HOE642
    cariporide
    Gd(III) texaphyrin Gd(III) texaphyrin
    PCI-0120
    Xcytrin
    gadolinium texaphyrin
    gadolinium texaphyrin complex
    motexafin gadolinium
    Compounds, Gold Compounds, Gold
    D017612
    Gold Compounds
    Dietary Fat Dietary Fat
    Dietary Fats
    Fat, Dietary
    Fats, Dietary
    Ghee
    Ghees
    EVAP protocol EVAP protocol
    15-deoxyprostaglandin J2 15-deoxyprostaglandin J2
    15d-PGJ2
    C477819
    1,3-bis(4-(phthalimidomethoxyimino-methyl)pyridinium-1-yl)propane dibromide 1,3-bis(4-(phthalimidomethoxyimino-methyl)pyridinium-1-yl)propane dibromide
    1,3-bis(4-(phthalimidomethoxyiminomethyl)pyridinium-1-yl)propane
    C420024
    WDuo3 cpd
    MEBCD cpd MEBCD cpd
    beta-MCD
    beta-methylcyclodextrin
    methyl beta-cyclodextrin
    methyl-beta-cyclodextrin
    Extracts, Plant Extracts, Plant
    Plant Extracts
    2,3,6,7-tetrachlorobiphenylene 2,3,6,7-tetrachlorobiphenylene
    C516412
    2'-deoxy-8-hydroxyguanosine 2'-deoxy-8-hydroxyguanosine
    8-OH-dG
    8-OHdG compound
    8-hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine
    8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine
    8-oxodGuo
    C040791
    Stanford V protocol Stanford V protocol
    Pesticides Pesticides
    3-(2-(2-hydroxyeth-1-yloxy)-4-methoxyphenyl)-1-(3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl)-5-(prop-1-yloxy)indan-2-carboxylic acid 3-(2-(2-hydroxyeth-1-yloxy)-4-methoxyphenyl)-1-(3,4-methylenedioxyphenyl)-5-(prop-1-yloxy)indan-2-carboxylic acid
    C098288
    SB 217242
    SB-217242
    enrasentan
    Compounds, Ferrous Compounds, Ferrous
    D005296
    Ferrous Compounds
    2,2',4,4',6-brominated diphenyl ether 2,2',4,4',6-brominated diphenyl ether
    BDE-100
    C517827
    pentabrominated diphenyl ether 100
    Compounds, Inorganic Platinum Compounds, Inorganic Platinum
    Compounds, Platinum
    D017671
    Inorganic Platinum Compounds
    Platinum Compounds
    Platinum Compounds, Inorganic
    Antigorite Antigorite
    Asbestos, Serpentine
    Asbestos, Serpentine, Chrysotile (Mg3(OH)4(Si2O5))
    Chrysotile
    D017632
    Serpentine (Mineral)
    Serpentine Asbestos
    1-((2,4-dichloro-3-(((2,4-dimethylquinolin-8-yl)oxy) methyl)phenyl)sulfonyl)-N-(3-((4-(aminoimethyl) phenyl) carbonylamino)propyl)-2(S)-pyrrolidinecarboxamide 1-((2,4-dichloro-3-(((2,4-dimethylquinolin-8-yl)oxy) methyl)phenyl)sulfonyl)-N-(3-((4-(aminoimethyl) phenyl) carbonylamino)propyl)-2(S)-pyrrolidinecarboxamide
    Anatibant
    C403051
    LF 16-0687
    LF16-0687
    LF16-0687Ms
    Oils, Plant Oils, Plant
    Oils, Vegetable
    Plant Oils
    Vegetable Oils
    2 Phenyl Benzopyran 4 Ones 2 Phenyl Benzopyran 4 Ones
    2-Phenyl-Benzopyran-4-Ones
    D044950
    Flavanones
    2-(2-(4-phenoxy-2-propylphenoxy)ethyl)indole-5-acetic acid 2-(2-(4-phenoxy-2-propylphenoxy)ethyl)indole-5-acetic acid
    2-PPPE-IAA
    C483845
    PPEIA cpd
    Acids, Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, Polyunsaturated Fatty
    Acids, Unsaturated Fatty
    D005231
    Fatty Acids, Polyunsaturated
    Fatty Acids, Unsaturated
    Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
    Unsaturated Fatty Acids
    sirtinol sirtinol
    7-chloro-N,N,5-trimethyl-4-oxo-3-phenyl-3,5-dihydro-4H-pyridazino(4,5-b)indole-1-acetamide 7-chloro-N,N,5-trimethyl-4-oxo-3-phenyl-3,5-dihydro-4H-pyridazino(4,5-b)indole-1-acetamide
    C456740
    SSR 180575
    SSR180575
    Fish Liver Oils Fish Liver Oils
    Fish Oils
    Liver Oils, Fish
    Oils, Fish
    Oils, Fish Liver
    (6-(4-(2-piperidin-1-ylethoxy)phenyl))-3-pyridin-4-ylpyrazolo(1,5-a)pyrimidine (6-(4-(2-piperidin-1-ylethoxy)phenyl))-3-pyridin-4-ylpyrazolo(1,5-a)pyrimidine
    C516138
    compound C (Merck)
    dorsomorphin
    (3R,4S)-(+)-N-(3-hydroxy-2,2-dimethyl-6-(4,4,4-trifluorobutoxy)chroman-4-yl)-N-methylmethanesulfonamide (3R,4S)-(+)-N-(3-hydroxy-2,2-dimethyl-6-(4,4,4-trifluorobutoxy)chroman-4-yl)-N-methylmethanesulfonamide
    C420023
    HMR 1556
    chromanol HMR1556
    2,2',4,4'-brominated diphenyl ether 2,2',4,4'-brominated diphenyl ether
    BDE-47
    C517826
    tetrabrominated diphenyl ether 47
    alpha-zearalenol alpha-zearalenol
    alpha-zearalenol, (cis)-isomer
    beta-zearalenol
    zearalenol
    Chlorides, Vinylidene Chlorides, Vinylidene
    D004000
    Dichloroethylenes
    Vinylidene Chlorides
    Cytolysins Cytolysins
    Cytotoxic Agents
    Cytotoxins
    D003603
    MALP-2 MALP-2
    S-(2,3-bispalmitoyloxypropyl)-CGNNDESNISFKEK
    macrophage stimulatory lipopeptide 2
    Piperidines Piperidines



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