Chemicals

  1. Chemical Grades

    Chemical Grades

    USP, NF and FCC—Chemicals that conform to the requirements of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP), the National Formulary (NF), and the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC). These products are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. All meet the requirements necessary for their use in pharmaceutical processing and prescription compounding (USP and NF) and for use in food processing operations (FCC). Purified—Chemicals of good quality where there are no official standards or compendia, or in some cases, that meet the requirements of former compendia articles. Practical—Chemicals of sufficiently high quality for use in diverse applications. Some products may contain intermediates, isomers, or homologs. Technical—Chemicals of selected commercial quality, useful in some applications.
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  2. Glossary of Common Chemical Names

    Glossary of Common Chemical Names

    Archaic or Common Name Current Technical Name   Archaic or Common Name Current Technical Name   Acid of sugar Oxalic acid.   Indian red Ferric oxide. Ackey Nitric acid.   Isinglass Agar-agar, gelatine. Alum or Alum flower or Alum meal Potassium aluminum sulfate.   Jewellers' rouge Ferric oxide. Antichlor Sodium thiosulfate.   Lampblack Crude form of carbon. Antimony black Antimony trisulfide.   Lead peroxide Lead dioxide.
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    Hazardous Chemical Information

    U.S. Hotlines Chemical Transportations Emergency Center (CHEMTREC)   1-800-424-9300 National Institute Of Occupational Safety And Health (NIOSH) (Technical Information Source)   1-800-356-4674 National Response Center (Report Spills, Chemical Releases, Radiological Incidents)   1-800-848-6946 Poison Control Center   1-800-848-6946 Substance Identification (Identify Chemical Substances By CAS Number Or Name)   1-800-848-6538
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