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IC

Isotridecanol, ethoxylated

1 - 2.5 moles ethoxylated

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EC / List no.: 500-027-2

CAS no.: 9043-30-5

Mol. formula:

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Regulatory context

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REACH - Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Regulation
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Substance names and other identifiers

Regulatory process names
Isotridecanol, ethoxylated
EC Inventory
Isotridecanol, ethoxylated
1 - 2.5 moles ethoxylated
Pre-Registration process
IUPAC names
2-[2-[(11-methyldodecyl)oxy]ethoxy]ethan-1-ol
C&L Inventory
2-{2-[(11-methyldodecyl)oxy]ethoxy}ethan-1-ol
C&L Inventory
Alcohol C13-iso, ethoxylated
C&L Inventory
Alcohol Ethoxylate
C&L Inventory
alpha-i-tridecyl-omega-hydroxypolyglycolether
C&L Inventory
ethoxylated Isotridecanol
C&L Inventory
Fettalkoholethoxylat
C&L Inventory
ISOTRIDECANOL, ETHOXYLATED
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol, ethoxylated
C&L Inventory
isotridecanol, ethoxylated (5 =< EO =< 20)
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol, ethoxylated (>7EO)
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol, ethoxylated; Polyoxy-1,2-ethanediyl, alpha-isotridecyl-omega-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol, ethoxylatedvarying EO amount
C&L Inventory
isotridecanol,ethoxylated
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanolethoxylate
C&L Inventory
Poli(oxy-1,,2-ethanedyl) alpha isotridecyl
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), .alpha.-isotridecyl-.omega.-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-isotridecyl-w-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), a-isotridecyl-w-hydroxy- / (0-2,5 EO)
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl),a-isotridecyl-w-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Polyoxy-1,2-ethanediyl, alpha-isotridecyl-omega-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
POLYOXYETHYLENE ETHER OF ISOTRIDECYL ALCOHOL
C&L Inventory
α-Isotridecyl-ω-hydroxypoly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl)
C&L Inventory
Trade names
ALFONIC® TDA-6 Ethoxylate
C&L Inventory
ARLYPON IT 10 FLUESSIG; 10-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 10/80
C&L Inventory
ARLYPON IT 10/80 FLUESSIG; 10-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 10/80; 10-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 10; 10-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 16
C&L Inventory
ARLYPON IT 16 FLUESSIG; 16-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 16; 16-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 2; 2-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 5; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 6; 6-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 8; 8-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon IT 9; 9-EO
C&L Inventory
Arlypon-IT-4; 4-EO
C&L Inventory
Berol 048; 10-EO; 85% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
BF 5520; Tetramerpropen+7-EO
C&L Inventory
Bhl-Fo-6530-166; 2-EO
C&L Inventory
BHL-FO-6779-12; Tetramerpropen+7-EO; 100% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
Dehscoxid 732
C&L Inventory
Dehydol PIT 5; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
Dehydol PIT 6; 6,5-EO
C&L Inventory
Dehydol PIT 8; 8-EO
C&L Inventory
Disponil SA 2020 EXP (EW-POL 9486)
C&L Inventory
EMULAN OK 5; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
EMULSOGEN COL 050 A
C&L Inventory
Ethoxylated isotridecyl alcohol
C&L Inventory
EW POL 9230; 10-EO; 100% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
EW POL 9231; 30-EO; 100% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
EW-POL 7868/I; 7,5-EO
C&L Inventory
EW-POL 9112; 15-EO
C&L Inventory
Exxal 13 + 11 EO; Tetramerpropen+11-EO
C&L Inventory
Exxal 13 + 7 EO; Tetramerpropen+7-EO
C&L Inventory
Exxal 13 + 9 EO; Tetramerpropen+9-EO
C&L Inventory
Exxal F 5716
C&L Inventory
FA + 15 EO, Isotridecyl; Tetramerpropen+15-EO
C&L Inventory
FA + 7 EO, Isotridecyl-; 7-EO
C&L Inventory
FA + 8 EO, Isotridecyl; 8-EO
C&L Inventory
FA C13 + 8 EO, Oxo; 8-EO
C&L Inventory
FA+5,5 EO, C13 + FA+6 EO, C13 1:1; 5,5-6-EO
C&L Inventory
Genapol X
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 020; Tetramerpropen+2-EO
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 030
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 050
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 060
C&L Inventory
GENAPOL X 060; Tetramerpropen+6-EO
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 080; Tetramerpropen+8-EO
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 150
C&L Inventory
Genapol X 150; Tetramerpropen+15-EO
C&L Inventory
GENAPOL X 3556; Tetramerpropen+5/7-EO
C&L Inventory
Genapol X-080
C&L Inventory
Genapol-X-050; Tetramerpropen+5-EO
C&L Inventory
Gezetol 138
C&L Inventory
I-C13-Alkohol + 9,1 EO; 9,1-EO
C&L Inventory
ICONOL TDA-8-90%; 8-EO; 90% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
Imbentin T 050
C&L Inventory
Imbentin T 090; 9-EO
C&L Inventory
Imbentin T 100
C&L Inventory
Imbentin T 200
C&L Inventory
Imbentin-T/65
C&L Inventory
Iso-C13-Gemisch 5050; 5,5-6-EO
C&L Inventory
Isoalkyl Polyglykolether C13 mit EO
C&L Inventory
Isoalkyl Polyglykolether C13 with EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 10EO; 10-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 11EO; 11-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 12EO; 12-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 13EO; 13-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 15EO; 15-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 16EO; 16-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 20EO; 20-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 2EO; 2-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 30EO; 30-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 3EO; 3-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 40EO; 40-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 4EO; 4-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 5,5-6EO; 5,5-6-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 5-6,5EO; 5-6,5-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 5-6EO; 5-6-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 5-7EO; 5-7-EO
C&L Inventory
IsoFAEO C13 + 5.5EO /6EO; 5,5-EO + 6-EO
C&L Inventory
IsoFAEO C13 + 5EO + 6.5EO; 5-EO + 6,5-EO
C&L Inventory
IsoFAEO C13 + 5EO + 6EO; 5-EO + 6-EO
C&L Inventory
IsoFAEO C13 + 5EO + 7EO; 5-EO + 7-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 5EO; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 6,5EO; 6,5-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 6EO; 6-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 7,5EO; 7,5-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 7EO; 7-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 8EO; 8-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 9,1EO; 9,1-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + 9EO; 9-EO
C&L Inventory
isoFAEO C13 + nEO; n-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol + 5 EO-Isotridecanol + 6.5 EO-Gemisch; 5-6,5-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol + 7 EO (Basis: Exxal 13); 7-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol N + 2 EO; Trimerbuten+2-EO; 100% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanol, ethoxyliert
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanolethoxylate
C&L Inventory
Isotridecanolethoxylate (5 bzw. 6,5 EO)
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol + 10 EO; 10-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol + 30 EO; 30-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol + 5 EO; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
ISOTRIDECYLALKOHOL + 8EO; 8-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol + 9 EO; 9-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol + EO
C&L Inventory
ISOTRIDECYLALKOHOL+ 15EO; 15-EO
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol-(10)polyglycolet
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol-(10)polyglycolether
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol-(16)polyglycolether
C&L Inventory
Isotridecylalkohol-(5)polyglycolether
C&L Inventory
KP-63; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
LP-16; 5-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 109; 10-EO; 85% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 10; Trimerbuten+10-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 129
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 12; Trimerbuten+12-EO
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 15; Trimerbuten+15-EO
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 20; Trimerbuten+20-EO
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 389; 7-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 3; Trimerbuten+3-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 565 (ALTE BEZ.: TO 6); 5,5-EO + 6-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 565; 5,5-EO + 6-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 5; Trimerbuten+5-EO
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 69
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 6; 5,5-EO + 6-EO
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 7; Trimerbuten+7-EO
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 8
C&L Inventory
LUTENSOL TO 89; Trimerbuten+8-EO; 90% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
Lutensol TO 8; Trimerbuten+8-EO; 100% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/10
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/100
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/120
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/170
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/400
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/50
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/70
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/80
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/89
C&L Inventory
Marlipal 013/90
C&L Inventory
Mergital TD 785; Tetramerpropen+7,5-EO; 85% Active Matter; active substance
C&L Inventory
Novanit MA
C&L Inventory
Oxoalkohol ethoxyliert
C&L Inventory
PEG isotridecyl ether
C&L Inventory
PEG isotridecyl ether (INCI)
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethandiyl), α-isotridecyl-ω-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-isotridecyl-omega-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), α-isotridecyl-ω-hydroxy-
C&L Inventory
Polyethylene glycol isotridecyl ether
C&L Inventory
Polyethylene glycol isotridecyl monoether
C&L Inventory
Polyethylene glycol monoether with isotridecyl alcohol
C&L Inventory
Polyethylene glycol monoisotridecyl ether
C&L Inventory
Polyoxyethylene isotridecyl ether
C&L Inventory
Rokanol IT
C&L Inventory
Silres BS 1208 CN
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 11EO; Tetramerpropen+11-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 12EO; Tetramerpropen+12-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 13EO; Tetramerpropen+13-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 15EO; Tetramerpropen+15-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 20EO; Tetramerpropen+20-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 2EO; Tetramerpropen+2-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 3EO; Tetramerpropen+3-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 40EO; Tetramerpropen+40-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 5/6EO; Tetramerpropen+5/6-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 5/7EO; Tetramerpropen+5/7-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 5EO; Tetramerpropen+5-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 6EO; Tetramerpropen+6-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 7.5EO; Tetramerpropen+7,5-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 7EO; Tetramerpropen+7-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 8EO; Tetramerpropen+8-EO
C&L Inventory
Tetramerpropene + 9EO; Tetramerpropen+9-EO
C&L Inventory
TL 55-3; 3-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 10EO; Trimerbuten+10-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 12EO; Trimerbuten+12-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 2EO; Trimerbuten+2-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 3EO; Trimerbuten+3-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 5EO; Trimerbuten+5-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 7EO; Trimerbuten+7-EO
C&L Inventory
Trimerbutene + 8EO; Trimerbuten+8-EO
C&L Inventory
Ultralube E 389
C&L Inventory
Vinnapas SAF 34
C&L Inventory
α-Isotridécyl-ω-hydroxypoly(oxyéthylène)
C&L Inventory
Other names
Lutensol TO 10
Pre-Registration process
Other identifiers
9043-30-5
EC Inventory, C&L Inventory, Pre-Registration process
CAS number

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