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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.
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This substance is identified by SDA Substance Name: C10-C16 alkyl alcohol and SDA Reporting Number: 15-060-00.
267-019-6
67762-41-8
This substance is identified by SDA Substance Name: C10-C16 alkyl alcohol and SDA Reporting Number: 15-060-00.
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This substance is identified as a substance obtained from the ink bags of cuttlefish, it contains primary melanin, calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate.
278-691-5
77465-45-3
This substance is identified as a substance obtained from the ink bags of cuttlefish, it contains primary melanin, calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate.
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This substance is a reaction product of diazotized aminonaphthalene sulfonic acid with the substance identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 75240 and 75660 derivatives
275-349-7
71342-91-1
This substance is a reaction product of diazotized aminonaphthalene sulfonic acid with the substance identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 75240 and 75660 derivatives
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This substance is a reaction product of diazotized aminobenzenesulfonic acid with the substance identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 75240 and 75660.
285-231-7
85049-60-1
This substance is a reaction product of diazotized aminobenzenesulfonic acid with the substance identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 75240 and 75660.
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This substance is a reaction product of diazotized aminobenzenesulfonic acid with the substance identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 75240 and 75660.
276-203-5
71949-32-1
This substance is a reaction product of diazotized aminobenzenesulfonic acid with the substance identified in the Colour Index by Colour Index Constitution Number, C.I. 75240 and 75660.
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This product is produced as a coproduct of whey protein concentrate by the physical separation of the components of cheese whey using membrane processes. Whey permeate is that fraction which passes through the membrane and contains the low molecule weight salts and sugars.
271-787-8
68608-58-2
This product is produced as a coproduct of whey protein concentrate by the physical separation of the components of cheese whey using membrane processes. Whey permeate is that fraction which passes through the membrane and contains the low molecule weight salts and sugars.
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This oil is a complex mixture of aromatic hydrocarbons, primarily indene, naphthalene, coumarone, phenol, and o-, m-, and p-cresol and boiling in the range of 140°C to 215°C (284°F to 419°F).
292-609-5
90640-87-2
This oil is a complex mixture of aromatic hydrocarbons, primarily indene, naphthalene, coumarone, phenol, and o-, m-, and p-cresol and boiling in the range of 140°C to 215°C (284°F to 419°F).
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This category includes the chemical substances which are manufactured as part of steel and alloy steels. The following list identifies those elements which may exist in steel or which may comprise compounds present in steel or alloy steels. Aluminum, beryllium, boron, calcium, carbon, cerium, chromium, cobalt, copper, hafnium, iron, lanthanum, lead, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, niobium, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, selenium, silicon, sulfur, tantalum, tin, titanium, tungsten, vanadium, yttrium, zinc, zirconium.
266-048-1
65997-19-5
This category includes the chemical substances which are manufactured as part of steel and alloy steels. The following list identifies those elements which may exist in steel or which may comprise compounds present in steel or alloy steels. Aluminum, beryllium, boron, calcium, carbon, cerium, chromium, cobalt, copper, hafnium, iron, lanthanum, lead, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, niobium, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, selenium, silicon, sulfur, tantalum, tin, titanium, tungsten, vanadium, yttrium, zinc, zirconium.
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This category encompasses the various chemical substances manufactured in the production of non-oxide inorganic glasses. For purposes of this category, 'glass' is defined as an amorphous, inorganic, usually opaque substance consisting of a mixture of elements formed by fusion into a mass that cools to a rigid condition without crystallization. This category consists of the various chemical substances, other than by-products or impurities, which are formed in melting furnaces during the production of various glasses and concurrently incorporated into a glass mixture. Any glass contains one or more of these substances, but few, if any, contain all of them. The elements listed below are normally present as elements but may also be present as halides, sulfides, selenides, or in more complex substances. Trace amounts of oxides or other chemical compounds may be present. Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Bismuth, Cadmium, Gallium, Germanium, Selenium, Silicon, Sulfur, Tellurium, Zinc.
295-731-7
92128-37-5
This category encompasses the various chemical substances manufactured in the production of non-oxide inorganic glasses. For purposes of this category, 'glass' is defined as an amorphous, inorganic, usually opaque substance consisting of a mixture of elements formed by fusion into a mass that cools to a rigid condition without crystallization. This category consists of the various chemical substances, other than by-products or impurities, which are formed in melting furnaces during the production of various glasses and concurrently incorporated into a glass mixture. Any glass contains one or more of these substances, but few, if any, contain all of them. The elements listed below are normally present as elements but may also be present as halides, sulfides, selenides, or in more complex substances. Trace amounts of oxides or other chemical compounds may be present. Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Bismuth, Cadmium, Gallium, Germanium, Selenium, Silicon, Sulfur, Tellurium, Zinc.
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This category encompasses the various chemical substances manufactured in the production of inorganic glasses. For purposes of this category, 'glass' is defined as an amorfous, inorganic, transparent, translucent or opaque material traditionally formed by fusion of sources of silica with a flux, such as an alkali-metal carbonate, boron oxide, etc. and a stabilizer, into a mass which is cooled to a rigid condition without crystallization in the case of transparent or liquid-phase separated glass or with controlled crystallization in the case of glass-ceramics. The category consists of the various chemical substances, other than by-products or impurities, which are formed during the production of various glasses and concurrently incorporated into a glass mixture. All glasses contain one or more of these substances, but few, if any, contain all of them. The elements listed below are principally present as components of oxide systems but some may also be present as halides or chalcogenides, in multiple oxidation states, or in more complex compounds. Trace amounts of other oxides or chemical compounds may be present. Oxides of the first seven elements listed* comprise more than 95 percent, by weight, of the glass produced. @Aluminium*@Lead@Boron*@Lithium@Calcium*@Manganese@Magnesium*@Molybdenum@Potassium*@Neodymium@Silicon*@Nickel@Sodium*@Niobium@Antimony@Nitrogen@Arsenic@Phosphorus@Barium@Praseodymium@Bismuth@Rubidium@Cadmium@Selenium@Carbon@Silver@Cerium@Strontium@Cesium@Sulfur@Chromium@Tellurium@Cobalt@Tin@Copper@Titanium@Germanium@Tungsten@Gold@Uranium@Holmium@Vanadium@Iron@Zinc@Lanthanum@Zirconium
266-046-0
65997-17-3
This category encompasses the various chemical substances manufactured in the production of inorganic glasses. For purposes of this category, 'glass' is defined as an amorfous, inorganic, transparent, translucent or opaque material traditionally formed by fusion of sources of silica with a flux, such as an alkali-metal carbonate, boron oxide, etc. and a stabilizer, into a mass which is cooled to a rigid condition without crystallization in the case of transparent or liquid-phase separated glass or with controlled crystallization in the case of glass-ceramics. The category consists of the various chemical substances, other than by-products or impurities, which are formed during the production of various glasses and concurrently incorporated into a glass mixture. All glasses contain one or more of these substances, but few, if any, contain all of them. The elements listed below are principally present as components of oxide systems but some may also be present as halides or chalcogenides, in multiple oxidation states, or in more complex compounds. Trace amounts of other oxides or chemical compounds may be present. Oxides of the first seven elements listed* comprise more than 95 percent, by weight, of the glass produced. @Aluminium*@Lead@Boron*@Lithium@Calcium*@Manganese@Magnesium*@Molybdenum@Potassium*@Neodymium@Silicon*@Nickel@Sodium*@Niobium@Antimony@Nitrogen@Arsenic@Phosphorus@Barium@Praseodymium@Bismuth@Rubidium@Cadmium@Selenium@Carbon@Silver@Cerium@Strontium@Cesium@Sulfur@Chromium@Tellurium@Cobalt@Tin@Copper@Titanium@Germanium@Tungsten@Gold@Uranium@Holmium@Vanadium@Iron@Zinc@Lanthanum@Zirconium
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This category encompasses the various chemical substances manufactured in the production of ceramics. For purposes of this category, a ceramic is defined as a crystalline or partially crystalline, inorganic, non-metallic, usually opaque substance consisting principally of combinations of inorganic oxides of aluminum, calcium, chromium, iron, magnesium, silicon, titanium, or zirconium which conventionally is formed first by fusion or sintering at very high temperatures, then by cooling, generally resulting in a rigid, brittle monophase or multiphase structure. (Those ceramics which are produced by heating inorganic glass, thereby changing its physical structure from amorphous to crystalline but not its chemical identity are not included in this definition.) This category consists of chemical substances other than by-products or impurities which are formed during the production of various ceramics and concurrently incorporated into a ceramic mixture. Its composition may contain any one or a combination of these substances. Trace amounts of oxides and other substances may be present. The following representative elements are principally present as oxides but may also be present as borides, carbides, chlorides, fluorides, nitrides, silicides, or sulfides in multiple oxidation states, or in more complex compounds.@Aluminum@Lithium@Barium@Magnesium@Beryllium@Manganese@Boron@Phosphorus@Cadmium@Potassium@Calcium@Silicon@Carbon@Sodium@Cerium@Thorium@Cesium@Tin@Chromium@Titanium@Cobalt@Uranium@Copper@Yttrium@Hafnium@Zinc@Iron@Zirconium
266-340-9
66402-68-4
This category encompasses the various chemical substances manufactured in the production of ceramics. For purposes of this category, a ceramic is defined as a crystalline or partially crystalline, inorganic, non-metallic, usually opaque substance consisting principally of combinations of inorganic oxides of aluminum, calcium, chromium, iron, magnesium, silicon, titanium, or zirconium which conventionally is formed first by fusion or sintering at very high temperatures, then by cooling, generally resulting in a rigid, brittle monophase or multiphase structure. (Those ceramics which are produced by heating inorganic glass, thereby changing its physical structure from amorphous to crystalline but not its chemical identity are not included in this definition.) This category consists of chemical substances other than by-products or impurities which are formed during the production of various ceramics and concurrently incorporated into a ceramic mixture. Its composition may contain any one or a combination of these substances. Trace amounts of oxides and other substances may be present. The following representative elements are principally present as oxides but may also be present as borides, carbides, chlorides, fluorides, nitrides, silicides, or sulfides in multiple oxidation states, or in more complex compounds.@Aluminum@Lithium@Barium@Magnesium@Beryllium@Manganese@Boron@Phosphorus@Cadmium@Potassium@Calcium@Silicon@Carbon@Sodium@Cerium@Thorium@Cesium@Tin@Chromium@Titanium@Cobalt@Uranium@Copper@Yttrium@Hafnium@Zinc@Iron@Zirconium
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451-540-2
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THIOFESTERMET; THIOFESTERMET MP
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456-350-3
878665-13-5
THIODAMASCONE
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444-970-7
7340-90-1
THIO PTBT BRUT
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428-650-4
153719-23-4
THIAMETHOXAM (ISO DRAFT PROPOSAL)
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The wetted particulate matter recovered by wet collection techniques, including pollution abatement equipment, for the recovery of materials such as iron sinter dust, blast furnace dust, steelmaking dust, and mill scale.
266-006-2
65996-73-8
The wetted particulate matter recovered by wet collection techniques, including pollution abatement equipment, for the recovery of materials such as iron sinter dust, blast furnace dust, steelmaking dust, and mill scale.
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The waxy substance obtained from the head of a sperm whale. It consists primarily of cetyl palmitate, cetyl alcohol, and esters of lauric acid, myristic acid and stearic acid.
232-302-5
8002-23-1
The waxy substance obtained from the head of a sperm whale. It consists primarily of cetyl palmitate, cetyl alcohol, and esters of lauric acid, myristic acid and stearic acid.
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The waxy product from the husks of Oryza sativa, Gramineae.
232-409-7
8016-60-2
The waxy product from the husks of Oryza sativa, Gramineae.
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The wax obtained from the honeycomb of the bee. It consists primarily of myricyl palmitate, cerotic acid and esters and some high-carbon paraffins.
232-383-7
8012-89-3
The wax obtained from the honeycomb of the bee. It consists primarily of myricyl palmitate, cerotic acid and esters and some high-carbon paraffins.
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The wax from Euphorbia antisiphylitica or Pedilanthus pavonis, Euphorbiaceae.
232-347-0
8006-44-8
The wax from Euphorbia antisiphylitica or Pedilanthus pavonis, Euphorbiaceae.
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The wax fraction obtained from sticklac, seedlac or shellac during preparation of dewaxed bleached wax.
308-755-0
98219-84-2
The wax fraction obtained from sticklac, seedlac or shellac during preparation of dewaxed bleached wax.
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The wax derived from Copernicia cerifera, Palmae.
232-399-4
8015-86-9
The wax derived from Copernicia cerifera, Palmae.
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The water extracted wood solubles produced in the thermomechanical production of hardboard from wood pulp.
274-928-1
70851-17-1
The water extracted wood solubles produced in the thermomechanical production of hardboard from wood pulp.
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The waste stream isolated from the sulfuric acid esterification processes. It consists of organic compounds, organic sulfates and sulfuric acid.
270-610-1
68457-85-2
The waste stream isolated from the sulfuric acid esterification processes. It consists of organic compounds, organic sulfates and sulfuric acid.
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The waste products from any petroleum refinery or production process which has been dewatered. It is commonly called slop oil.
270-716-8
68477-26-9
The waste products from any petroleum refinery or production process which has been dewatered. It is commonly called slop oil.
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