Xylene

Xylene (from Greek ξύλο xylo wood) xylol or dimethylbenzene is any one of three isomers of dimethylbenzene or a combination thereof With the formula (CH 3) 2 C 6 H 4 each of the three compounds has a central benzene ring with two methyl groups attached at substituents They are all colorless flammable liquids some of which are of great industrial value

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Toxicological Assessment of Intermediates in Natural

Based on the 96 h EC₅₀ values for two microalgae the toxicity of the four chemicals in descending order was: p-xylene p-methyl benzaldehyde 4-methylbenzyl alcohol then p-toluic acid The results showed that the toxicity of the transformed products of p-xylene was lower than that of p-xylene

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Best Price Of Mixed Xylene/xylol/ortho Xylene/p

Colorless transparent and pungent odor liquid it include 45%~70% of meta-xylene 10%~15% para-xylene and 10%~15% of ortho-xylene Mix with ethanol chloroform and ether insoluble in water It is low toxicity chemical substances flammable Vapour is heavier than air can spread to far away in the lower will be fire after exposure to ignition source It can be reacting with oxidant and

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toluene vs xylene

09 07 2003Xylene and Toluene are often used together or interchangably in those products So I find it sort of funny that in that link they mention Xylene is a powerful solvent but not Toluene Fact is all the aromatics are powerful solvents too (duh) I have not seen anything indicating that it is as bad (in the recommended proportions) as Alcohol / Ethanol / Methanol are on fuel systems but if you

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Xilena

Xilena (dari Bahasa Yunani ξύλο xilo kayu) xilol atau dimetilbenzena adalah salah satu dari tiga isomer dimetilbenzena atau kombinasi keduanya Dengan rumus (CH 3) 2 C 6 H 4 masing-masing dari ketiga senyawa tersebut memiliki cincin benzena pusat dengan dua gugus metil yang terpasang pada substituen Semua senyawa ini merupakan cairan tidak berwarna yang mudah terbakar beberapa di

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A NOVEL NON

The cell toxicity of xylene has been linked to the induction of mitochondrial uncoupling and oxidative stress (Piotrowska et al 2002 Revilla et al 2007) Considering the serious adverse effects of xylene many attempts have been made to replace this agent with safer alternatives In recent years numerous xylene substitutes have

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Xylene

The xylene of commerce is a mixture of the three isomers o- m-and p-xylene the m-isomer predominating Manuf from pseudocumene: Series of articles on toxicity: Environ Health Perspect 101 Suppl 6 115-149 (1993) Review of toxicology and human exposure: Toxicological Profile for Xylene (PB95-264404 1995) 298 pp of mfg processes and properties: W J Cannella in Kirk-Othmer

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xylene soluble content

For example o-xylene is considered in both following examples (available in the Guidance on substance identification) as a mono-constituent substance as its typical content is more than 80% guidance echa ropa guidance echa ropa So wird o-Xylol in den beiden folgenden Beispielen (aus dem Leitfaden zur Identifizierung von Stoffen) als Stoff mit einer Komponente bezeichnet da

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Sampling and Analytical Methods

The xylene isomers: m-xylene (1 3-dimethylbenzene) o-xylene (1 2-dimethylbenzene) and p-xylene (1 4-dimethylbenzene) are soluble in alcohol and ether but they are insoluble in water Ethylbenzene (phenylethane) is soluble in alcohol benzene carbon tetrachloride and ether it is but almost insoluble in water 20 Structural formulas: Structural formula of m-xylne Structural formula of o

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Toluene CASRN 108

Toluene CASRN 108-88-3 Human health assessment information on a chemical substance is included in the IRIS database only after a comprehensive review of toxicity data as outlined in the IRIS assessment development process Sections I (Health Hazard Assessments for Noncarcinogenic Effects) and II (Carcinogenicity Assessment for Lifetime Exposure) present the conclusions that were reached

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P

P-Xylene | C6H4(CH3)2 or C8H10 | CID 7809 - structure chemical names physical and chemical properties classification patents literature biological activities safety/hazards/toxicity information supplier lists and more COVID-19 is an emerging rapidly evolving situation Get the latest public health information from CDC: https:// Get the latest research from NIH

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Xylene Substitute Technical Data Sheet

It is essentially odorless with low toxicity less irritating to the skin than xylene- and d-limonene-based clearants It can be substituted for xylene and can be used with almost all tissue processors and automated slide stainers Clearing Procedure: Most specimens may be processed with the same procedure used with xylene If deparafinization is not complete processing time may be increased

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Aspiration Hazard March 2017

How is Aspiration Hazard classified under HCS 2012? A chemical is classified as an aspiration hazard based on good quality human evidence In addition a hydrocarbon can be classified as an aspiration hazard solely on the basis of kinematic viscosity measurement Viscosity is a fluid's resistance to flow that is its thickness Honey has a higher viscosity than water for example Table 1

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Subject: BTEX (benzene toluene ethylbenzene xylene

In this study the acute toxicity data of benzene toluene ethylbenzene and xylene (BTEX) were collected and screened and the toxicity extrapolation model of paired BTEX was established The results showed that except the correlation between benzene and xylene was not strong due to insufficient data the linear correlation o

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2 RELEVANCE TO PUBLIC HEALTH

XYLENE 14 2 RELEVANCE TO PUBLIC HEALTH doses of 1 000 mg/kg/day 5 days/week for 13 weeks or gavage doses of 800 mg/kg/day to m-or p-xylene for 90 consecutive days It is not known whether the variability in induction of renal effects from mixed xylene is related to variations in the relative amounts of o-xylene or ethylbenzene or variations in the strains of rats tested Decreased body

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Xylene

Xylene (from Greek ξύλο xylo wood) xylol or dimethylbenzene is any one of three isomers of dimethylbenzene or a combination thereof With the formula (CH 3) 2 C 6 H 4 each of the three compounds has a central benzene ring with two methyl groups attached at substituents They are all colorless flammable liquids some of which are of great industrial value

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Reproductive toxicity

Reproductive toxicity -- Xylene (mixed isomers): Xylene (mixed isomers) is a suspected reproductive toxicant and exposure to it has the potential to negatively affect the human reproductive system Xylene (mixed isomers) is used mainly as an industrial solvent and is used in the manufacture paints lacquers resins inks and also in the manufacture of dyes plastics and pharmaceuticals The

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Xylene

Product Name: Xylene TOXICITY cont'd prolonged exposure may cause dermatitis due to powerful degreasing action may damage liver kidneys (may be due to other chemicals in the workplace) headaches insomnia depression attributed to xylene vapour exposure (equivocal evidence) hearing loss in rats — also reported m people

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PLATINUM

Acute toxicity (oral) : Not classified Acute toxicity (dermal) : Harmful in contact with skin Acute toxicity (inhalation) : Not classified PLATINUM-DIVINYLTETRAMETHYLDISILOXANE COMPLEX 2% Pt in xylene (68478-92-2) ATE US (dermal) 1888 889 mg/kg body weight Xylene (1330-20-7) LD50 oral rat 3500 mg/kg 4300 mg/kg

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Near

The energy-efficient separation of alkylaromatic compounds is a major industrial sustainability challenge The use of selectively porous extended frameworks such as zeolites or metal–organic frameworks is one solution to this problem Here we studied a flexible molecular material perethylated pillar[n]arene crystals (n = 5 6) which can be used to separate C8 alkylaromatic compounds

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Xylene

Xylene Xylenes (from Greek ξυλος xylos wood) are aromatic hydrocarbons consisting of a benzene ring with two methyl substituents It is a major petrochemical produced by catalytic reforming Xylenes are also produced from coal carbonisation in the manufacture of coke fuel Representing about 0 5–1% of crude oil depending on the source xylenes are hence found in small amounts in

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Toluene Inhalation Toxicity and "Glue Sniffing" Addiction

Toluene toxicity can also arise with skin contact and ingestion Once it enters the bloodstream either through the respiratory organs alimentary tract and transdermal absorption toluene can reach the brain by crossing the blood-brain barrier By affecting the transmission of nerve impulses and neurotransmitters (brain hormones) it has a host of central nervous system effects However

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Toluene

If inhaled the central nervous system is the body system most at risk from toluene toxicity Acute and chronic exposure to this substance have yielded a range of side effects observed in both humans and animals If swallowed toluene can greatly impair the function of the kidney and liver In one case a person who had ingested toluene died following "a severe depression of the [central

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Product Stewardship Summary Benzene Toluene Xylene

Product Stewardship Summary Benzene Toluene Xylene Mixture (BTX) / Hydrotreated Pygas (HPG) The product stewardship summary is intended to give general information about the chemical or categories of chemicals addressed It is not intended to provide an in-depth discussion of all health and safety information Additional information on this

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