Handbook of Green Chemicals

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Synapse Info Resources, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 1348 pages
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More than 7000 trade name products and more than 2500 generic chemicals that can be used in formulations to meet envionmental concerns and government regulations. This reference is designed to serve as an essential tool in the strategic decision-making process of chemical selection when focusing on human and environmental safety factors.Industries Covered: Adhesives ? Refrigerants ? Water Treatment ? Plastics ? Rubber ? Surfactants ? Paints & Coatings ? Food ? PharmaceuticalsCosmetics ? Petroleum Processing ? Metal Treatment ? TextilesThe chemicals and materials included are used in every aspect of the chemical industry. The reference is organized so that the reader can access the information based on the trade name, chemical components, functions and application areas, 'green' attributes, manufacturer, CAS number, and EINECS/ELINCS number.It contains a unique cross-reference that groups the trade name chemicals by one or more of these green chemical attributes: Biodegradable ? Environmentally Safe ? Environmentally Friendly ? Halogen-Free ? HAP's-Free ? Low Global WarmingLow Ozone-Depleting ? Nonozone-Depleting ? Low Vapor Pressure ? Noncarcinogenic ? Non-CFC ? Non-HCFCNonhazardous ? Nontoxic ? Recyclable ? SARA-Nonreportable ? SNAP (Significant New Alternative Policy) CompliantVOC-Compliant ? Low-VOC ? VOC-Free
 

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Contents

Trade Name Reference
1
Chemical Component Cross Reference
613
Green Attribute Cross Reference
931
FunctionalApplication Classification Index
947
Manufacturers Directory
1247
Appendix
1297
CAS Number Index
1299
EINECSELINCS Number Index
1327
Glossary
1342
Copyright

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Michael Ash is a 20-something world traveler and Mac programmer working for Rogue Amoeba. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a master's degree in computer science from the Universit d'Orl ans. He currently resides in the Washington, D.C., area and is a glider pilot.

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