Popis EZ-a

Popis EZ-a

Nested Applications

Popis EZ-a

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.

Wurtzite, manganese yellow

An inorganic pigment that is the reaction product of high temperature calcination in which manganese (II) oxide, zinc oxide, and zinc sulfide in varying amounts are homogeneously and ionically interdiffused to form a crystalline matrix of wurtzite. EC no.: 271-901-6 CAS no.: 68611-67-6
Description
An inorganic pigment that is the reaction product of high temperature calcination in which manganese (II) oxide, zinc oxide, and zinc sulfide in varying amounts are homogeneously and ionically interdiffused to form a crystalline matrix of wurtzite.
Molecular Formula