Preliminariai užregistruotos cheminės medžiagos

Preliminariai užregistruotos cheminės medžiagos

Preliminariai užregistruotos cheminės medžiagos

These pre-registration intentions were submitted to ECHA  between 1 June and 1 December 2008. Use this list to find other potential registrants of your substance so that you can submit a registration dossier jointly, as required by REACH.

 

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For an easier handling, the list of Pre-registered substances is available in four parts ordered by EC number. They contain the same information as the following full list.

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205-493-8
141-65-1
30/11/2010
Substance formed during smelting of zinc and its alloys, skimmed from the surface of the bath, and mechanically treated for recovery of metallic zinc contained therein. Composed primarily of ZnO, it may contain oxides of aluminum, copper, iron, magnesium and silicon.
286-648-7
85305-07-3
30/11/2010
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the treatment of low-melting petroleum slack wax with bentonite for removal of trace polar constituents and impurities. It consists predominantly of saturated straight and branched chain hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C12.
308-156-4
97863-05-3
30/11/2010
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the treatment of low-melting slack wax with activated carbon for the removal of trace polar constituents and impurities. It consists predominantly of saturated straight and branched chain hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C12.
308-155-9
97863-04-2
30/11/2010
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained from a petroleum fraction by solvent deparaffination. It consists predominantly of saturated straight and branched chain hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C12.
295-524-1
92062-10-7
30/11/2010
215-683-2
1343-98-2
30/11/2010
By-product produced in the rolling of copper wire either in a conventional rod mill or a continuous cast rod mill. Consists of metallic copper, cuprous oxide and cupric oxide.
273-744-9
69012-45-9
30/11/2010
An inorganic pigment formed by high temperature calcination in which titanium oxide, antimony oxide, chromium oxide and/or nickel oxide in varying amounts are homogeneously and ionically interdiffused to form a crystalline matrix of rutile. Its composition may include any one or a combination of the modifiers iron oxide, aluminium oxide, manganese oxide, tungsten oxide, zinc oxide, cobalt oxide, molybdenum oxide, lead oxide, silicon oxide, transition metal oxides and oxides and/or halides of alkali metals and alkaline earths.
305-908-3
95193-93-4
30/11/2010
236-060-1
13126-12-0
30/11/2010
288-494-6
85736-82-9
30/11/2010
266-042-9
65997-13-9
30/11/2010
909-163-0
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914-104-7
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30/11/2010
914-469-2
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914-475-5
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30/11/2010
905-213-0
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30/11/2010
913-813-9
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31/05/2018
910-057-1
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910-058-7
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913-449-0
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31/05/2013
915-196-1
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31/05/2018
912-621-2
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30/11/2010
908-456-0
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30/11/2010
911-869-9
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31/05/2018
913-678-6
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31/05/2018
909-548-3
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30/11/2010
912-292-5
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31/05/2018
912-254-8
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30/11/2010
906-521-8
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31/05/2018
904-596-1
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30/11/2010
911-609-4
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31/05/2013
904-789-0
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30/11/2010
904-786-4
-
30/11/2010
269-164-0
68188-83-0
30/11/2010
270-706-3
68476-89-1
30/11/2010
Substance obtained by acidic, alkaline, or enzymatic hydrolysis of cartilage composed primarily of amino acids, peptides, and proteins. It may contain impurities consisting chiefly of carbohydrates and lipids along with smaller quantities of miscellaneous organic substances of biological origin.
296-625-3
92875-09-7
30/11/2010
250-807-9
31795-24-1
30/11/2010
248-296-2
27177-77-1
30/11/2010
212-753-4
866-83-1
30/11/2010
231-906-6
7778-50-9
30/11/2010
221-921-6
3282-30-2
30/11/2010
245-371-1
22990-77-8
30/11/2010
231-768-7
7723-14-0
30/11/2010
233-663-1
10294-56-1
30/11/2010
291-960-1
90506-93-7
30/11/2010
269-041-1
68186-45-8
30/11/2010
233-330-0
10124-31-9
30/11/2010
A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced by the distillation of crude oil. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C3 through C7 and boiling in the range of approximately -40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F).
270-704-2
68476-85-7
30/11/2010
234-390-0
11138-47-9
30/11/2010
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained from residual oils by solvent crystallization treated with bentonite for removal of trace polar constituents and impurities. It consists predominantly of saturated straight and branched hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C25.
308-147-5
97862-95-8
30/11/2010
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by the treatment of low-melting petroleum fractions with activated carbon for removal of trace constituents and impurities. It consists predominantly of saturated straight chain hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly greater than C12.
308-141-2
97862-90-3
30/11/2010
265-686-8
65294-17-9
30/11/2010
261-605-5
59113-36-9
30/11/2010
232-601-0
9001-37-0
30/11/2010
225-383-3
4813-57-4
30/11/2010
291-704-9
90459-60-2
30/11/2010
232-457-9
8045-34-9
30/11/2010
253-388-0
37189-41-6
30/11/2010
204-688-5
124-19-6
30/11/2010
This substance is identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 77895.
271-892-9
68611-43-8
30/11/2010
Living or dead material occurring in nature as such which is chemically unprocessed, or which is extracted from air by any means or physically processed only by manual, mechanical or gravitational means, by dissolution in water, by flotation or by heating solely to remove water.
310-127-6
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30/11/2010
268-860-1
68153-01-5
30/11/2010
252-695-7
35723-86-5
30/11/2010
219-145-8
2372-82-9
30/11/2010
200-679-5
68-12-2
30/11/2010
268-344-6
68072-50-4
30/11/2010
215-263-9
1317-33-5
30/11/2010
247-714-0
26447-40-5
30/11/2010
202-500-6
96-33-3
30/11/2010
206-496-7
350-03-8
30/11/2010
214-355-6
1122-62-9
30/11/2010
200-659-6
67-56-1
30/11/2010
This substance is identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 77899.
270-185-2
68412-38-4
30/11/2010
223-817-6
4086-70-8
30/11/2010
242-413-0
18543-68-5
30/11/2010
204-303-0
119-17-5
30/11/2010
232-237-2
7791-03-9
30/11/2010
617-124-1
8061-51-6
30/11/2010
273-796-2
69029-52-3
30/11/2010
215-200-5
1312-81-8
30/11/2010
218-690-9
2216-51-5
30/11/2010
204-662-3
123-92-2
30/11/2010
246-617-0
25103-52-0
30/11/2010
201-194-1
79-30-1
30/11/2010
253-675-0
37811-72-6
30/11/2010
271-483-5
68556-27-4
30/11/2010
925-292-5
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30/11/2010
259-217-6
54549-24-5
30/11/2010
205-572-7
142-92-7
30/11/2010
239-534-6
15505-05-2
30/11/2010
200-624-5
66-25-1
30/11/2010
235-136-1
12075-40-0
30/11/2010
291-367-8
90387-90-9
30/11/2010
269-658-6
68308-54-3
30/11/2010
205-315-9
138-15-8
30/11/2010
200-075-1
50-99-7
30/11/2010
Amorphous silicon dioxide particles from the volatilization and vaporization of furnace feed materials in the manufacture of ferrosilicon and silicon.
273-761-1
69012-64-2
30/11/2010
Frit is a mixture of inorganic chemical substances produced by rapidly quenching a molten, complex combination of materials, confining the chemical substances thus manufactured as nonmigratory components of glassy solid flakes or granules. This category includes all of the chemical substances specified below when they are intentionally manufactured in the production of frit. The primary members of this category are oxides of some or all of the elements listed below. Fluorides of these elements may also be included in combination with these primary substances.@Aluminum@Manganese@Antimony@Molybdenum@Arsenic@Neodymium@Barium@Nickel@Bismuth@Niobium@Boron@Phosphorus@Cadmium@Potassium@Calcium@Silicon@Cerium@Silver@Chromium@Sodium@Cobalt@Strontium@Copper@Tin@Gold@Titanium@Iron@Tungsten@Lanthanum@Vanadium@Lead@Zinc@Lithium@Zirconium@Magnesium
266-047-6
65997-18-4
30/11/2010
273-601-0
68990-47-6
30/11/2010
271-205-2
68526-44-3
30/11/2010

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