Inventario CE

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 residue obtained from the sump phase hydrogenation of a residue from the thermal cracking of a residue obtained from the distillation of crude oil. It consists of coke from the brown coal coking or gasification added as a catalyst to the cracking residue and elemental metals boiling at greater than 360°C to greater than 500°C (680°F to 932°F).
310-091-1
102242-59-1
The residue obtained from the sump phase hydrogenation of a residue from the thermal cracking of a residue obtained from the distillation of crude oil. It consists of coke from the brown coal coking or gasification added as a catalyst to the cracking residue and elemental metals boiling at greater than 360°C to greater than 500°C (680°F to 932°F).
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The residue obtained from the residual waters from hydrometallurgic cobalt manufacture.
310-092-7
102242-60-4
The residue obtained from the residual waters from hydrometallurgic cobalt manufacture.
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The residue obtained from the recovery of crude benzene from aliphatic/naphthenic benzene absorbing oil boiling in the range of approximately 270°C to 380°C (518°F to 716°F) and used to absorb crude benzene from coal gas.
302-655-0
94114-21-3
The residue obtained from the recovery of crude benzene from aliphatic/naphthenic benzene absorbing oil boiling in the range of approximately 270°C to 380°C (518°F to 716°F) and used to absorb crude benzene from coal gas.
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The residue 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 C20 through C28, sulfur- and nitrogen-containing heteroaromatics and inorganic components of the wastes.
309-754-8
100801-71-6
The residue 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 C20 through C28, sulfur- and nitrogen-containing heteroaromatics and inorganic components of the wastes.
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The residue obtained from the distillation of polyester waste pyrolysis oil. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C16 through C28 and substituted aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in the range greater than 350°C (662°F).
308-728-3
98219-60-4
The residue obtained from the distillation of polyester waste pyrolysis oil. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C16 through C28 and substituted aromatic hydrocarbons boiling in the range greater than 350°C (662°F).
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The residue obtained from the distillation of plastic waste pyrolysis oil. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C16 through C28 having a softening point of 25°C to 45°C (77°F to 113°F) according to DIN 52025.
309-753-2
100801-70-5
The residue obtained from the distillation of plastic waste pyrolysis oil. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C16 through C28 having a softening point of 25°C to 45°C (77°F to 113°F) according to DIN 52025.
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The residue obtained from the carburizing of niobium and tantalum oxides.
310-075-4
102184-94-1
The residue obtained from the carburizing of niobium and tantalum oxides.
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The residue obtained from roasting of an antimony concentrate or ore to remove volatile elements such as mercury or sulfur. Composed primarily of antimony but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-040-3
102110-40-7
The residue obtained from roasting of an antimony concentrate or ore to remove volatile elements such as mercury or sulfur. Composed primarily of antimony but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from roasting of a tin concentrate or ore to remove some of the volatile elements such as mercury or sulfur. Composed primarily of tin but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-068-6
102110-66-7
The residue obtained from roasting of a tin concentrate or ore to remove some of the volatile elements such as mercury or sulfur. Composed primarily of tin but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from roasting of a silver concentrate or ore to remove some of the volatile elements such as mercury or sulfur. Composed primarily of silver but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-059-7
102110-57-6
The residue obtained from roasting of a silver concentrate or ore to remove some of the volatile elements such as mercury or sulfur. Composed primarily of silver but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from magnetic separation of ores, concentrates and secondary materials during manufacture of tungsten and its alloys. Composed primarily of iron, tin and tungsten.
310-055-5
102110-53-2
The residue obtained from magnetic separation of ores, concentrates and secondary materials during manufacture of tungsten and its alloys. Composed primarily of iron, tin and tungsten.
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The residue obtained from leaching of an antimony concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of antimony but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-039-8
102110-39-4
The residue obtained from leaching of an antimony concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of antimony but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from leaching of a tin concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of tin but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-067-0
102110-65-6
The residue obtained from leaching of a tin concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of tin but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from leaching of a silver concentrate or ore to remove some of the soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of silver but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-058-1
102110-56-5
The residue obtained from leaching of a silver concentrate or ore to remove some of the soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of silver but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from leaching of a lead concentrate or ore to remove some of the soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of lead but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-049-2
102110-48-5
The residue obtained from leaching of a lead concentrate or ore to remove some of the soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of lead but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from leaching of a copper concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of copper but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-042-4
102110-42-9
The residue obtained from leaching of a copper concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of copper but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from leaching of a bismuth concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of bismuth but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
310-041-9
102110-41-8
The residue obtained from leaching of a bismuth concentrate or ore to remove soluble elements such as arsenic or iron. Composed primarily of bismuth but also containing other non-ferrous metals and gangue constituents.
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The residue obtained from electrostatic separation of ores, concentrates and secondary materials during manufacture of tungsten and its alloys. Composed primarily of iron, tin and tungsten.
310-052-9
102110-51-0
The residue obtained from electrostatic separation of ores, concentrates and secondary materials during manufacture of tungsten and its alloys. Composed primarily of iron, tin and tungsten.
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The residue obtained from coal tar oil by an alkaline wash such as aqueous sodium hydroxide after the removal of crude coal tar acids. Composed primarily of naphthalenes and aromatic nitrogen bases.
266-021-4
65996-87-4
The residue obtained from coal tar oil by an alkaline wash such as aqueous sodium hydroxide after the removal of crude coal tar acids. Composed primarily of naphthalenes and aromatic nitrogen bases.
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The residue obtained from chemical oil extracted after the removal of naphthalene by distillation composed primarily of two to four membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons and aromatic nitrogen bases.
277-567-8
73665-18-6
The residue obtained from chemical oil extracted after the removal of naphthalene by distillation composed primarily of two to four membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons and aromatic nitrogen bases.
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The residue obtained during the distillation of high boiling fractions from bituminous coal high temperature tar and/or pitch coke oil, with a softening point of 140° to 170°C (284°F to 392°F) according to DIN 52025. Composed primarily of tri- and polynuclear aromatic compounds which also contain heteroatoms.
302-650-3
94114-13-3
The residue obtained during the distillation of high boiling fractions from bituminous coal high temperature tar and/or pitch coke oil, with a softening point of 140° to 170°C (284°F to 392°F) according to DIN 52025. Composed primarily of tri- and polynuclear aromatic compounds which also contain heteroatoms.
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The residue obtained during citric acid production by the treatment of the sugar of molasses by Aspergillis niger, separation of the fungus mycelium, precipitation of calcium citrate and separation of the citrate.
305-978-5
95371-10-1
The residue obtained during citric acid production by the treatment of the sugar of molasses by Aspergillis niger, separation of the fungus mycelium, precipitation of calcium citrate and separation of the citrate.
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The residue obtained by zinc precipitation of the material obtained during the recovery of palladium and platinum from the anode sludges of silver electrolysis. Composed primarily of palladium, platinum, rhenium and the oxides of iron and zinc.
309-641-3
100656-52-8
The residue obtained by zinc precipitation of the material obtained during the recovery of palladium and platinum from the anode sludges of silver electrolysis. Composed primarily of palladium, platinum, rhenium and the oxides of iron and zinc.
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The residue obtained by the vacuum distillation of the liquid phase obtained by the treatment of bituminous coal with hydrogen in a process-derived oil at high temperature and high pressure. The residue has a softening point in the approximate range of 90°C to 180°C (194°F to 356°F).
295-504-2
92061-91-1
The residue obtained by the vacuum distillation of the liquid phase obtained by the treatment of bituminous coal with hydrogen in a process-derived oil at high temperature and high pressure. The residue has a softening point in the approximate range of 90°C to 180°C (194°F to 356°F).
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The residue obtained by solvent extraction of ores, concentrates and secondary materials during manufacture of tungsten and its alloys. Composed primarily of iron, tin and tungsten.
310-056-0
102110-54-3
The residue obtained by solvent extraction of ores, concentrates and secondary materials during manufacture of tungsten and its alloys. Composed primarily of iron, tin and tungsten.
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The residue from toluene extraction of dried brown coal.
294-285-0
91697-23-3
The residue from toluene extraction of dried brown coal.
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The residue from the vacuum distillation of the products of coal treated with a hydrocarbon solvent in the presence of hydrogen. It solidifies at approximately 149°C (300°F). Composed primarily of carbon. May contain varying amounts of hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and ash.
270-069-1
68409-94-9
The residue from the vacuum distillation of the products of coal treated with a hydrocarbon solvent in the presence of hydrogen. It solidifies at approximately 149°C (300°F). Composed primarily of carbon. May contain varying amounts of hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and ash.
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The residue from the vacuum distillation of the product from the treatment of coal with a solvent in the presence of hydrogen at high temperatures [above 426.7°C (800°F)] and removal of gaseous and light liquid products. Composed primarily of solvent-refined coal, unconverted coal, and mineral matter.
272-748-8
68910-58-7
The residue from the vacuum distillation of the product from the treatment of coal with a solvent in the presence of hydrogen at high temperatures [above 426.7°C (800°F)] and removal of gaseous and light liquid products. Composed primarily of solvent-refined coal, unconverted coal, and mineral matter.
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The residue from the vacuum distillation of the hydrogenative liquefaction of coal. Composed primarily of organic material boiling above 450°C (842°F), mineral components of the liquefied coal and selective catalysts.
302-654-5
94114-20-2
The residue from the vacuum distillation of the hydrogenative liquefaction of coal. Composed primarily of organic material boiling above 450°C (842°F), mineral components of the liquefied coal and selective catalysts.
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The residue from the joint distillation of brown coal tar and pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of polynuclear aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons which can be alkyl- and vinyl-substituted and can contain heteroatoms, paraffin hydrocarbons and high-boiling mono- and dinuclear phenols. It is a black solid with a softening point of 60°C (140°F) according to DIN 52025.
309-605-7
100403-59-6
The residue from the joint distillation of brown coal tar and pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of polynuclear aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons which can be alkyl- and vinyl-substituted and can contain heteroatoms, paraffin hydrocarbons and high-boiling mono- and dinuclear phenols. It is a black solid with a softening point of 60°C (140°F) according to DIN 52025.
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The residue from the joint coking of acetylene soot with pyrolysis pitch from pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur, nitrogen and ash formers.
309-608-3
100403-62-1
The residue from the joint coking of acetylene soot with pyrolysis pitch from pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur, nitrogen and ash formers.
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The residue from the joint carbonization of bituminous coal tar pitch with soot. Composed primarily of isotopic carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
309-564-5
100403-22-3
The residue from the joint carbonization of bituminous coal tar pitch with soot. Composed primarily of isotopic carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
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The residue from the joint carbonization of bituminous coal tar pitch with pyrolysis pitch from pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of isotopic carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
309-565-0
100403-23-4
The residue from the joint carbonization of bituminous coal tar pitch with pyrolysis pitch from pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of isotopic carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
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The residue from the fractional distillation of wash oil boiling in the approximate range of 270°C to 330°C (518°F to 626°F). It consists predominantly of dinuclear aromatic and heterocyclic hydrocarbons.
295-506-3
92061-93-3
The residue from the fractional distillation of wash oil boiling in the approximate range of 270°C to 330°C (518°F to 626°F). It consists predominantly of dinuclear aromatic and heterocyclic hydrocarbons.
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The residue from the fraction distillation of crude anthracene boiling in the approximate range of 340°C to 400°C (644°F to 752°F). It consists predominantly of tri- and polynuclear aromatic and heterocyclic hydrocarbons.
295-505-8
92061-92-2
The residue from the fraction distillation of crude anthracene boiling in the approximate range of 340°C to 400°C (644°F to 752°F). It consists predominantly of tri- and polynuclear aromatic and heterocyclic hydrocarbons.
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The residue from the distillation of vegetable oil fatty acids or saponified, acidulated vegetable oil fatty acids. Composed primarily of high boiling esters of the fatty acids, neutral materials of vegetable origin with lesser amounts of the free fatty acids.
272-840-8
68917-42-0
The residue from the distillation of vegetable oil fatty acids or saponified, acidulated vegetable oil fatty acids. Composed primarily of high boiling esters of the fatty acids, neutral materials of vegetable origin with lesser amounts of the free fatty acids.
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The residue from the distillation of thermal cracked or steam-cracked residuum and/or catalytic cracked clarified oil with a softening point from 40°C to 180°C (104°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex combination of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
269-110-6
68187-58-6
The residue from the distillation of thermal cracked or steam-cracked residuum and/or catalytic cracked clarified oil with a softening point from 40°C to 180°C (104°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex combination of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
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The residue from the distillation of tall oil. It contains primarily high-boiling esters of fatty acids and rosin. It may also contain neutral materials, free fatty acids and rosin acids.
232-414-4
8016-81-7
The residue from the distillation of tall oil. It contains primarily high-boiling esters of fatty acids and rosin. It may also contain neutral materials, free fatty acids and rosin acids.
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The residue from the distillation of peat tar having a softening point of 105°C to 145°C. Composed primarily of high boiling and nonvolatile mono and divalent phenols and paraffin hydrocarbons.
302-651-9
94114-14-4
The residue from the distillation of peat tar having a softening point of 105°C to 145°C. Composed primarily of high boiling and nonvolatile mono and divalent phenols and paraffin hydrocarbons.
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The residue from the distillation of old tire pyrolysis oil. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C20 through C28 having a softening point of 70°C to 110°C (158°F to 230°F).
308-748-2
98219-78-4
The residue from the distillation of old tire pyrolysis oil. It consists predominantly of aromatic hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C20 through C28 having a softening point of 70°C to 110°C (158°F to 230°F).
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The residue from the distillation of high temperature coal tar. A black solid with an approximate softening point from 30°C to 180°C (86°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex mixture of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
266-028-2
65996-93-2
The residue from the distillation of high temperature coal tar. A black solid with an approximate softening point from 30°C to 180°C (86°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex mixture of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
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The residue from the distillation of crude sulfur. It consists primarily of sulfur and solid carbon-sulfur compounds. It is commonly called boiler bottom sulfur.
273-512-7
68988-04-5
The residue from the distillation of crude sulfur. It consists primarily of sulfur and solid carbon-sulfur compounds. It is commonly called boiler bottom sulfur.
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The residue from the distillation of brown coal tar formed by carbonization up to 1250°C (2282°F). Composed primarily of polynuclear aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons and heterocycles, paraffin hydrocarbons and high-boiling mono- and dinuclear phenols. It is a black solid with a softening point of 50°C to 120°C (122°F to 248°F) according to DIN 52025.
309-604-1
100403-58-5
The residue from the distillation of brown coal tar formed by carbonization up to 1250°C (2282°F). Composed primarily of polynuclear aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons and heterocycles, paraffin hydrocarbons and high-boiling mono- and dinuclear phenols. It is a black solid with a softening point of 50°C to 120°C (122°F to 248°F) according to DIN 52025.
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The residue from the distillation of bituminus coal pressure gasification tar. A black solid with a softening point of greater than 60°C (140°F) according to DIN 52025 and composed primarily of a complex mixture of polynuclear aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons that may be alkyl substituted and may contain heteroatoms, high boiling aliphatic hydrocarbons and polynuclear phenols.
302-649-8
94114-12-2
The residue from the distillation of bituminus coal pressure gasification tar. A black solid with a softening point of greater than 60°C (140°F) according to DIN 52025 and composed primarily of a complex mixture of polynuclear aromatic and naphthenic hydrocarbons that may be alkyl substituted and may contain heteroatoms, high boiling aliphatic hydrocarbons and polynuclear phenols.
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The residue from the distillation of alkali-washed naphthalene oil having an approximate distillation range of 220°C to 300°C (428°F to 572°F). Composed primarily of naphthalene, alkylnaphthalenes and aromatic nitrogen bases.
292-628-9
90641-05-7
The residue from the distillation of alkali-washed naphthalene oil having an approximate distillation range of 220°C to 300°C (428°F to 572°F). Composed primarily of naphthalene, alkylnaphthalenes and aromatic nitrogen bases.
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The residue from the distillation of alkali-washed naphthalene oil from high temperature coal tar having an approximate distillation range of 220°C to 300°C (428°F to 572°F). Composed primarily of naphthalene, alkylnaphthalenes, and aromatic nitrogen bases.
310-257-3
140362-66-9
The residue from the distillation of alkali-washed naphthalene oil from high temperature coal tar having an approximate distillation range of 220°C to 300°C (428°F to 572°F). Composed primarily of naphthalene, alkylnaphthalenes, and aromatic nitrogen bases.
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The residue from the distillation of a mixture of coal tar and aromatic petroleum streams. A solid with a softening point from 40°C to 180°C (104°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex combination of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
269-109-0
68187-57-5
The residue from the distillation of a mixture of coal tar and aromatic petroleum streams. A solid with a softening point from 40°C to 180°C (104°F to 356°F). Composed primarily of a complex combination of three or more membered condensed ring aromatic hydrocarbons.
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The residue from the distillation of a complex reaction product, obtained by reaction of gases obtained by the dry distillation of bituminous coal with a distillate, consisting of di- and trinuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and their alkyl derivatives, with a softening point of 30°C to 50°C (86°F to 122°F). The residue consists predominantly of substituted aromatic di- and polynuclear hydrocarbons and sulfur-containing compounds.
295-501-6
92061-88-6
The residue from the distillation of a complex reaction product, obtained by reaction of gases obtained by the dry distillation of bituminous coal with a distillate, consisting of di- and trinuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and their alkyl derivatives, with a softening point of 30°C to 50°C (86°F to 122°F). The residue consists predominantly of substituted aromatic di- and polynuclear hydrocarbons and sulfur-containing compounds.
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The residue from the distillation in the range of 235°C to 355°C (481°F to 697°F) of light carbolic oil.
270-713-1
68477-23-6
The residue from the distillation in the range of 235°C to 355°C (481°F to 697°F) of light carbolic oil.
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The residue from the carbonization of reaction pitch from the joint distillation of brown coal tar and pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
309-562-4
100403-21-2
The residue from the carbonization of reaction pitch from the joint distillation of brown coal tar and pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
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