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REVISION OF THE PROOF OF THE CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY WITH LIQUIDS FOR PLASTICS DRUMS AND JERRICANS, COMPOSITE PACKAGINGS (PLASTICS MATERIAL), RIGID PLASTICS IBCS AND COMPOSITE IBCS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY
For hypochlorite solutions, vents and gaskets of the same design type, resistant to hypochlorite (e.g. of silicone rubber) but not resistant to nitric acid, are also permitted. 1793 Isopropyl acid phosphate 8 C3 III Wetting solution 1802 Perchloric acid aqueous solution with not more than 50% acid, by mass 8 CO1 II Water 1803 Phenolsulphonic acid isomeric mixture, liquid 8 C3 II Water 1805 Phosphoric acid liquid 8 C1 III Water 1814 Potassium hydroxide aqueous solution 8 C5 II/III Water 1824 Sodium hydroxide aqueous solution 8 C5 II/III Water 1830 Sulphuric acid with more than 51% pure acid 8 C1 II Water 1832 Sulphuric acid, spent chemical stable 8 C1 II Water 1833 Sulphurous acid 8 C1 II Water 1835 Tetramethylammonium hydroxide aqueous solution, flashpoint more than 61°C 8 C7 II Water 1840 Zinc chloride aqueous solution 8 C1 III Water 1848 Propionic acid 8 C3 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1862 Ethyl crotonate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1863 Fuel, aviation, turbine engine 3 F1 I/II/III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1866 Resin solution , flammable 3 F1 I/II/III Rule for collective entries 1902 Diisooctyl acid phosphate 8 C3 III Wetting solution 1906 Sludge acid 8 C1 II Nitric acid (55%) 1908 Chlorite aqueous solutions 8 C9 II/III Acetic acid 1914 Butyl propionates 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1915 Cyclohexanone 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1917 Ethyl acrylate stabilized 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1919 Methyl acrylate stabilized 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 1920 Nonanes pure isomers and isomeric mixture, flashpoint between 23°C and 61°C 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 1935 Cyanide solution n.o.s., inorganic 6.1 T4 I/II/III Water 1940 Thioglycolic acid 8 C3 II Acetic acid 1986 Alcohols, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. 3 FT1 I/II/III Rule for collective entries 1987 Cyclohexanol technical pure 3 F1 III Acetic acid 1987 Alcohols, n.o.s. 3 F1 II/III Rule for collective entries 1988 Aldehydes, flammable, toxic, n.o.s. 3 FT1 I/II/III Rule for collective entries TRANS/WP.15/2004/16 page 7 UN No (...) ( (1) Name (2) Description (3) CLASS (4) Classifi- cation code (5) Pa- cking group (6) Standard Liquid (7) 2326 Trimethylcyclohexylamine 8 C7 III Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2327 Trimethylhexa-methylenediamines pure isomers and isomeric mixture 8 C7 III Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2330 Undecane 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 2336 Allyl formate 3 FT1 I n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2348 Butyl acrylates stabilized 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2357 Cyclohexylamine flashpoint not less than 23°C 8 CF1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2361 Diisobutylamine 3 FC III Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2366 Diethyl carbonate 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2367 alpha-Methylvaleraldehyde 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2370 1-Hexene 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2372 1,2-Di-(dimethylamino)-ethane 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2379 1,3-Dimethylbutylamine 3 FC II Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2383 Dipropylamine 3 FC II Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2385 Ethyl isobutyrate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2393 Isobutyl formate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2394 Isobutyl propionate flashpoint between 23°C and 61°C 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2396 Methacrylaldehyde stabilized 3 FT1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2400 Methyl isovalerate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2401 Piperidine 8 CF1 I Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2403 Isopropenyl acetate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2405 Isopropyl butyrate 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2406 Isopropyl isobutyrate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2409 Isopropyl propionate 3 F1 II n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2410 1,2,3,6-Tetrahydropyridine 3 F1 II Mixture of hydrocarbons 2427 Potassium chlorate aqueous solution 5.1 O1 II/III Water 2428 Sodium chlorate aqueous solution 5.1 O1 II/III Water TRANS/WP.15/2004/16 page 10 UN No (...) ( (1) Name (2) Description (3) CLASS (4) Classifi- cation code (5) Pa- cking group (6) Standard Liquid (7) 2934 Isopropyl 2-chloropropionate 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2935 Ethyl 2-chloropropionate 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2936 Thiolactic acid 6.1 T1 II Acetic acid 2941 Fluoroanilines pure isomers and isomeric mixture 6.1 T1 III Acetic acid 2943 Tetrahydrofurfurylamine 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 2945 N-Methylbutylamine 3 FC II Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2946 2-Amino- 5-diethylaminopentane 6.1 T1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons and wetting solution 2947 Isopropyl chloroacetate 3 F1 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 2984 Hydrogen peroxide aqueous solution , with not less than 8% but less than 20% hydrogen peroxide, stabilized as necessary 5.1 O1 III Nitric acid (55%) 3056 n-Heptaldehyde 3 F1 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3065 Alcoholic beverages with more than 24% alcohol by volume 3 F1 II/III Acetic acid 3066 Paint (including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base) or Paint related material (including paint thinning and reducing compound) 8 C9 II/III Rule for collective entries 3079 Methacrylonitrile stabilized 3 FT1 I n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution 3082 sec-Alcohol C6-C17 poly (3-6) ethoxylate 9 M6 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution and mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Alcohol C12-C15 poly (1-3) ethoxylate 9 M6 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution and mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Alcohol C13-C15 poly (1-6) ethoxylate 9 M6 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution and mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Aviation turbine fuel JP-5 flashpoint more than 61°C 9 M6 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Aviation turbine fuel JP-7 flashpoint more than 61°C 9 M6 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Coal tar flashpoint more than 61°C 9 M6 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Coal tar naphtha flashpoint more than 61°C 9 M6 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Creosote produced of coal tar flashpoint more than 61°C 9 M6 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Creosote produced of wood tar flashpoint more than 61°C 9 M6 III Mixture of hydrocarbons 3082 Cresyl diphenyl phosphate 9 M6 III Wetting solution 3082 Decyl acrylate 9 M6 III n-Butyl acetate/ n-butyl acetate-saturated wetting solution and mixture of hydrocarbons TRANS/WP.15/2004/16 page 15 UN No
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Score: 1173574.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.15/2004/16&Lang=E
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GUIDANCE ON ALTERNATIVES TO PERFLUOROOCTANE SULFONIC ACID, ITS SALTS, PERFLUOROOCTANE SULFONYL FLUORIDE AND THEIR RELATED CHEMICALS
Perfluorooctane sulfonamide PFOSA 754-91-6 N-Methyl perfluorooctane sulfonamide MeFOSA 31506-32-8 N-Methyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethanol MeFOSE 2448-09-7 N-Methyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethyl acrylate MeFOSEA 25268-77-3 Ammonium bis[2-N-ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethyl] phosphate 14 30381-98-7 N-Ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamide (sulfluramid) EtFOSA 4151-50-2 N-Ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethanol EtFOSE 1691-99-2 N-Ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethyl acrylate EtFOSEA 432-82-5 Di[N-ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethyl] phosphate EtFOSEP 67969-69-1 3-[[(Heptadecafluorooctyl)- sulfonyl]amino]-N,N,N-trimethyl-1- propanaminium iodide/perfluorooctyl sulfonyl quaternary ammonium iodide Fluorotenside-134 1652-63-7 Potassium N-ethyl-N-[(heptadecafluorooctyl) sulfonyl] glycinate 2991-51-7 N-Ethyl-N-[3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyl] perfluorooctane sulfonamide 61660-12-6 B. (...) The main PFOS derivatives (normally 2–3% of the fibre weight for textiles but 15% for carpets) previously used for textile and carpet surface treatment applications were the acrylate, methacrylate, adipate and urethane polymers of N-ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethanol (EtFOSE). 43. (...) Paper protection by PFOS derivatives has been achieved by using one of the following: (a) Mono-, di- or triphosphate esters of N-ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethanol (EtFOSE); (b) N-Methyl perfluorooctane sulfonamidoethanol acrylate polymers. 54. Before 2000 about 32% of the total use of PFOS in the European Union was for paper coating; the use of PFOS for this purpose is no longer allowed and PFOS has been replaced mainly by other fluorinated chemicals. 55.
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Score: 1160082.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...PS/POPRC.9/INF/11/REV.1&Lang=E
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QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY IN 1999 : ANNUAL REVIEW : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
PRODUCTION OF FINAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNIT: tonnes or value in thousands of national currency QUEST/CHEM/2 (continued) Item HS 96 2/ UNIT 1996 1997 1998 SITC Rev.3 1/ 1 Synthetic rubber latex; synthetic rubber; 232.1 4002 tonnes factice derived from oils 2 Polyamide fibres (staple and tow) 266.51 5501.10 + tonnes and 266.61 5503.10 3 Polyester fibres (staple and tow) 266.52 and 5501.20 + tonnes 266.62 5503.20 4 Acrylic fibres (staple and tow) 266.53 and 5501.30 + tonnes 266.63 5503.30 5* Polypropylene fibres (staple and tow)Part of 5503.40 tonnes 266.59 6 Viscose fibres (staple and tow (Regen-267.11 and 5502 + 5504 tonnes erated fibres suitable for spinning) 267.12 7 Synthetic organic dyestuffs and colour531 3204 + 3205 tonnes, 60% lakes 3/ concentration Value 8 Pigments, paints, varnishes, printing inks533 3206 - 3215 Value and related materials + 3814 For notes see page 20. (...) IMPORTS OF FINAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNIT: tonnes or value in thousands of national currency QUEST/CHEM/3 (continued) Item HS 96 6/ UNIT 1996 1997 1998 SITC Rev.3 5/ 1 Synthetic rubber latex; synthetic rubber; 232.1 4002 tonnes factice derived from oils 2 Polyamide fibres (staple and tow) 266.51 5501.10 + tonnes and 266.61 5503.10 3 Polyester fibres (staple and tow) 266.52 and 5501.20 + tonnes 266.62 5503.20 4 Acrylic fibres (staple and tow) 266.53 and 5501.30 + tonnes 266.63 5503.30 5* Polypropylene fibres (staple and tow)Part of 5503.40 tonnes 266.59 6 Viscose fibres (staple and tow (Regen-267.11 and 5502 + 5504 tonnes erated fibres suitable for spinning) 267.12 7 Synthetic organic dyestuffs and colour531 3204 + 3205 tonnes, 60% lakes 3/ concentration Value 8 Pigments, paints, varnishes, printing inks533 3206 - 3215 Value and related materials + 3814 For notes see page 20. (...) EXPORTS OF FINAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNIT: tonnes or value in thousands of national currency QUEST/CHEM/3 (continued) Item HS 96 10/ UNIT 1996 1997 1998 SITC Rev.3 9/ 1 Synthetic rubber latex; synthetic rubber; 232.1 4002 tonnes factice derived from oils 2 Polyamide fibres (staple and tow) 266.51 5501.10 + tonnes and 266.61 5503.10 3 Polyester fibres (staple and tow) 266.52 and 5501.20 + tonnes 266.62 5503.20 4 Acrylic fibres (staple and tow) 266.53 and 5501.30 + tonnes 266.63 5503.30 5* Polypropylene fibres (staple and tow)Part of 5503.40 tonnes 266.59 6 Viscose fibres (staple and tow (Regen-267.11 and 5502 + 5504 tonnes erated fibres suitable for spinning) 267.12 7 Synthetic organic dyestuffs and colour531 3204 + 3205 tonnes, 60% lakes 3/ concentration Value 8 Pigments, paints, varnishes, printing inks533 3206 - 3215 Value and related materials + 3814 For notes see page 20.
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Score: 1151136.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRADE/CHEM/AC.3/5&Lang=E
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QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY IN 2000 : ANNUAL REVIEW : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
PRODUCTION OF FINAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNIT: tonnes or value in thousands of national currency QUEST/CHEM/2 (continued) Item HS 96 UNIT 1997 1998 1999 SITC Rev.3 1 2 1 Synthetic rubber latex; synthetic rubber; 232.1 4002 tonnes factice derived from oils 2 Polyamide fibres (staple and tow) 266.51 5501.10 + tonnes and 266.61 5503.10 3 Polyester fibres (staple and tow) 266.52 and 5501.20 + tonnes 266.62 5503.20 4 Acrylic fibres (staple and tow) 266.53 and 5501.30 + tonnes 266.63 5503.30 5* Polypropylene fibres (staple and tow)Part of 5503.40 tonnes 266.59 6 Viscose fibres (staple and tow (Regen-267.11 and 5502 + 5504 tonnes erated fibres suitable for spinning) 267.12 7 Synthetic organic dyestuffs and colour531 3204 + 3205 tonnes, 60% lakes 3/ concentration Value 8 Pigments, paints, varnishes, printing inks533 3206 - 3215 Value and related materials + 3814 For notes see page 20. (...) PRODUCTION OF FINAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNIT: tonnes or value in thousands of national currency QUEST/CHEM/2 (continued) Item HS 96 UNIT 1997 1998 1999 SITC Rev.3 1 2 o f w h ic h (c o n ti n u e d ) 12.10 Propylene copolymers in 575.13 3902.30 tonnes primary forms 12.11 Acrylic polymers in primary 575.2 3906 tonnes forms 12.12 Polyamides in primary forms 575.3 3908 tonnes 12.13* Urea resins in primary forms 575.41 3909.10 tonnes 12.14* Melamine resins in primary 575.42 3909.20 tonnes forms 12.15* Phenolic resins in primary forms575.44 3909.40 tonnes 12.16 Polyurethanes 575.45 3909.50 tonnes 12.17 Cellulose, cellulose acetates and575.5 3912 tonnes other cellulose esters, cellulose nitrates, cellulose ethers in primary forms 13 Disinfectants, insectides, fungicides,591 3808 Value weed killers, anti-sprouting products, rat poisons and similar products For notes see page 20. (...) EXPORTS OF FINAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS UNIT: tonnes or value in thousands of national currency QUEST/CHEM/3 (continued) Item HS 96 UNIT 1997 1998 1999 SITC Rev.3 9 10 1 Synthetic rubber latex; synthetic rubber; 232.1 4002 tonnes factice derived from oils 2 Polyamide fibres (staple and tow) 266.51 5501.10 + tonnes and 266.61 5503.10 3 Polyester fibres (staple and tow) 266.52 and 5501.20 + tonnes 266.62 5503.20 4 Acrylic fibres (staple and tow) 266.53 and 5501.30 + tonnes 266.63 5503.30 5* Polypropylene fibres (staple and tow)Part of 5503.40 tonnes 266.59 6 Viscose fibres (staple and tow (Regen-267.11 and 5502 + 5504 tonnes erated fibres suitable for spinning) 267.12 7 Synthetic organic dyestuffs and colour531 3204 + 3205 tonnes, 60% lakes 3/ concentration Value 8 Pigments, paints, varnishes, printing inks533 3206 - 3215 Value and related materials + 3814 For notes see page 20.
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Score: 1151136.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRADE/CHEM/AC.3/8&Lang=E
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LISTING AND CLASSIFICATION OF SUBSTANCES AND ARTICLES: ADDITIONAL SUBSTANCES. PROPOSAL BY THE EXPERT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
.-2/coNF. 5/R. 323 page 3 \ <: ·, E/CN. 2/C0NF. 5/R~;323 page 4 .N' ,N-Dimethylformamide Dimethyl-N-propylamine Dimethyl _ thiophosphoryl chloride Diptenylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate Diphenyl-para-phenylenediamine 35% and Phenyl-beta-naphthylamine 65%, mixture of Dipropylene triamine Dithionite Dodecane Dodecene-1 Dodecyl mercaptan E Ethanol amine Ethyl acetoacetate Ethylamine solution, about 50-71% Ethyl amyl ketone N-Ethylaniline 2-Ethylaniline N-Ethylbenzylaniline 2-Ethylbutanol (2-Ethylbutyl alcohol) E~hylene chlorohydrin (glycol chlorohydrin) Ethylene glycol diacetate (Ethylene acetate) 2-Ethylhexyl acrylate Ethylhexylamine 2-Ethylhexyl methacrylate Ethyl methacrylate F Ferrous chloride (Iron chloride, Iron dichloride) H Halogenated aluminium alkyl, in solution Halogenated aluminium alkyl, pure Heptanols n-Heptene Hexachlorobutadiene Hexamethylened.iimine Hexamethylene diisocyanate Hexa.methylenetetramine Hexanols (Hexyl alcohol) Hydrocarbons, mixtures of (liquid) - various flash point categories I Iron chloride (see Ferrous chloride) Isobutyl methacrylate Isobutyronitrile Isocyanatobenzotrifluoride . 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E/CN, 2/cmrF. 5/R. 323 page·6~ · · · Methyldiphenylamine Methylene-bis-4-phenyl-isocyanate 2-Methyl-5-ethyl-pyridine 2-Methylfuran 5-Methylhexan-2-one Methyl Pyridine (2-Picoline) alpha-Methylstyrene Methyl vinyl ether Monochloroacetic acid methyl ester (see methyl chloroacetate) N Naphthaline 9 melted Nitrobenzenesulphonic acid m-Nitrobenzotrifluoride o-Nitrobenzotrifluoride Nitro0hlorobenzene 3-Nitro-4-Chlorobenzotrifluoride Nitrosylsulphuric acid 0 Octane-3-one p Pentane-2-4-dione Phenetidine (o-,m-, p-Amino-phenetole) Phenetole Phenol, melted Phenylenediamine 42% and Cumenediamine 58% mixture Phenyl glycidyl ether Phenyl-naphthylamine Phosphoric acid triisobutyl ester dissolved in Propariol Phosphorus oxychloride Phosphorus sulphochloride Phthalic acid Pi valic acid Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) s Salicylaldehyde Self-igniting metal powders (Aluminium, Magnesium, Zinc) Sodium cuprocyanide, solid Sodium cuprocyanide, solution Sodium cyanamide Sodium dicyanamide Sodium hydrosulphide Sodium perborate Sulphamic acid Sulphonic acid T Terpene hydrocarbons Tetraethylenepentamine Tetraisobutylene Tetra-propylene Tetrapropylenebenzene Toluene diisocyanate Trichloroacetic aldehyde (Chloral) Trichlorobenzene, mixture Trichlorobutene Triethyl phosphite Triisobutylene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 3,3,5-Trimethylcyclohexanol Trimethylcyclohexanone Trimethylcyclohexylamine 3,3,5-Trimethylcyclohexylamine 3,3,5-Trimethylhexamethylenediamine Trimethylhexamethylenediisocyanate Trimethyl phosphite u Undecane X Xylenols E/CN-~2/coNF. 5/R. 323 ,.:, page 7 E/CN .2/CONF.;9/R~ 323 · page 8 z .Zinc chloride, anhydrous Zinc tetrachloride INFLAMMABLE LIQUIDS (CLASS 3) Acetaldehyde oxime Allyl acetate Allylamine Allyl ethyl ether Allyl formate Benzenethiol Benzotrifluoride Bicycloheptadiene Boron trifluoride 2-Bromobutane l-Bromo-2,3-epoxypropane 2-Bromoethyl ethyl ether l-Bromo-3-methylbutane l-Bromo-2-methylpropane 2-Bromo-2-methylpropane 2-Bromopentane 1-Bromopropane 2-Bromopropane 3-Bromopropyne Butanedione Eutane-1-thiol Butan-2-ol Butanone But-3-en-2-one isoButyl acetate Butyl ethyl ether isoButyl formate Butyl methyl ether Butyl nitrite isoButyl propionate -- i· , Eutyl vinyl ether isoButyl vinyl ether But-2-yne isoEutyraldehyde Butyronitrile Butyryl chloride isoButyrylchloride 1-Chlorobutane 2-Chlorobutane l-Chloro-3-methylbutane 2-Chloro-2-methylbutane Chloromethyl ethyl ether Chloromethyl methyl ether 1-Chloromethylbutane Chloromethyl ethyl ether Chloromethyl methyl ether l-Chloro-2-methylpropane 2-Chloro-2-methylpropane 3-Chloro-2-methylpro-1-ene 1-Chloropentane 1-Chloropropane 2-Chloropropane Cycloheptatriene Cyclohexene Cyclohexylamine Cyclo-octatetraene Diallylamine Diallyl ether Diisobutene Diisobutylamine 1,1-Dichloroethane Cyclohexanol Ethyl mercaptan Propyl benzene Propylene tetra.mer E/CN.2/coNF.5/R.323 page 9 · · E/CN.2/CGlfF~S/R.323 page 10 · · · 4-Mathylpentan -2-ol :- Diethyl carbonate - Methyl veraldehyde -alpha Pinene (alpha) 1,2-di-n-butoxyetha.ne Butyl acrylate Diethyl carbonate Diethylmalonate Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether Vinyl methyl ether Ethyl propionate Ga.mmapicoline Hex-1-ene Isopentene 2-Methylbutan~2-ol Naphtha (coal tar, crude and solvent) Pentamethylheptane Petroleum raffinate Phenylacetate iso-Pro:pyl chloride Sulphate turpentine 1,2-Dichloroethylene i,2-Dichloropropane 1,2-Di(dimethylamino)ethane 1,1-Diethoxyethane Diethoxymethane 3, 3--Diethoxypropene Diethyl sulphide 2,3-Dihydropyran 1,1-Dimethoxyethane Dimethoxymethane 2-Dimethylamino acetonitrile 1,3-Dimethylbutylamine Dimethyl carbonate Dimethyldichlorosilane , , • ' . • l Dimethyldiethoxysilane Dimethyl Disulphide NN-Dimethylhydrazine NN-Dimethylhydrazine 1,4-Dioxan Di-pro-pylamine Diisopropylamine 1h-propyl ether Diisopropyl ether 2-Ethylbutyraldehyde Ethyl iso butyrate Ethylamine solution Ethyl nitrite 1-Ethylpiperidine Ethyl vinyl ether Fluorobenzene 2-Fluorotoluene 3-Fluorotoluene Furan 2-Iodobutane l-Iodo-2-methylpropane 2-Iodo-2-methyl:propane 1-Iodopropane 2-Iodopropane Iron carbonyl Isoprene monomer Methacraldehyde 3-Methylbutane-1-thiol 2-Methylbutan-2-ol 3-Methylbutan-1-ol 3-Methylbutan-2-one Methyl terbutyl ether Methyldichlorosilane N-Methylformamide 2-Methylpentan-2-ol E/CN.2/CONF.5/R.323 page 11 · · r ·• . ,, .
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Score: 1142277.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=E/CN.2/CONF.5/R.323&Lang=E
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PROPOSALS TO AMEND ANNEXES II, VIII AND IX TO THE BASEL CONVENTION
Consignments of such plastic material should be prepared to a specification and suitable for immediate recycling requiring only minimal further mechanical preparatory treatment processes, if any (note the related entry on list A AXXXX): • Scrap plastic of non-halogenated polymers and co-polymers, including but not limited to the following: - ethylene - styrene - polypropylene - polyethylene terephthalate - acrylonitrile - butadiene - polyacetals - polyamides - polybutylene terephthalate - polycarbonates - polyethers - polyphenylene sulphides - acrylic polymers - alkanes C10-C13 (plasticiser) 1 Mixed with other wastes means waste that result from an intentional or unintentional mixing of two or more different wastes. 2 Contamination may comprise: - non-recyclable material, e.g. nappies, rubble, dog waste; - non-targeted material, e.g. plastic packaging included in ‘plastic bottles only’ collections; or - targeted materials contaminated with unwanted items, e.g. dirt, stones, food-contaminated cardboard or plastic bottles containing liquids. (...) • The following plastic or mixed plastic materials, provided they are not mixed with other wastes and are prepared to a specificationScrap plastic of non- halogenated polymers and co-polymers, including but not limited to the following:23 - ethylene - styrene - polypropylene - polyethylene terephthalate - acrylonitrile - butadiene - polyacetals - polyamides - polybutylene terephthalate - polycarbonates - polyethers - polyphenylene sulphides - acrylic polymers - alkanes C10-C13 (plasticiser) - polyurethane (not containing CFCs) 16 The amendment whereby Annex IX was added to the Convention entered into force on 6 November 1998, six months following the issuance of depositary notification C.N.77.1998 (reflecting Decision IV/9 adopted by the Conference of the Parties at its fourth meeting).
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Score: 1103468.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=UNEP/CHW.14/27&Lang=E
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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS : OPEN-ENDED WORKING GROUP TO NEGOTIATE AN INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENT TO ENABLE STATES TO IDENTIFY AND TRACE, IN A TIMELY AND RELIABLE MANNER, ILLICIT SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT WEAPONS, 3RD SUBSTANTIVE SESSION, NEW YORK, 6-17 JUNE 2005
Nurdin Mr. Tan Kwong Jin Mr. Acryl Sani Bin Hj. Abdullah Sani Mr. Sidin Bin Abdul Karim Mr.
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Score: 1079212.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...AC.270/2005/INF/2/ADD.1&Lang=E
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APPAREL HEDONIC REGRESSION MODELS : IMPROVEMENTS AFTER MORE THAN A DECADE OF USE IN THE U.S. CONSUMER PRICE INDEX : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE U.S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
For example, in women’s sweaters and sweater vests, three fibers (polyester, ramie, and acrylic) switch ranks in all three time periods. (...) CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 9 Table 1 Women's Sweaters and Sweater Vests Parameter Estimate / Time Period Rank (from base) / Time Period Fiber T T-1 T-2 T T-1 T-2 Spandex -0.00609 -5 Polyester -0.00463 -0.00204 -0.00224 -4 -1 -2 Ramie -0.00281 -0.00318 -0.00551 -3 -3 -3 Acrylic -0.00243 -0.00245 -0.00211 -2 -2 -1 Nylon -0.00184 -1 Cotton Base Base Base Silk 0.00193 0.00169 0.00176 +1 +1 +1 Wool 0.00217 0.00260 0.00349 +2 +3 +3 Rayon 0.00297 0.00197 0.00263 +3 +2 +2 Cashmere 0.00926 0.01139 0.01138 +4 +4 +4 Linen 0.01144 +5 Metallic 0.02063 +6 Mohair 0.01234 +5 Table 2 Year: Improvement: 1991 Apparel index implemented hedonic models for quality adjustment purposes 1995 Improved model specification procedures 1996 Updated type of business definitions 1997 Updated brand category definitions 1998 Widespread use of country of origin variables CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 10 Graph 1 Table 3 ELI Adjusted R2 Proportion of Quality Adjusted Substitutions in 2002 Number of Regression Model Variables AA011 Men’s suits and formal wear 0.6778 28.1% 26 AA012 Men’s sport coats and tailored jackets 0.7416 27.1% 16 AA013 Men’s outerwear 0.7542 20.1% 30 AA031 Men’s shirts 0.6526 16.4% 27 AA041 Men’s pants and shorts 0.7500 26.0% 26 AC011 Women’s outerwear 0.7254 18.8% 37 AC021 Women’s dresses 0.8127 61.2% 49 AC031 Women’s shirts, blouses etc 0.7073 42.0% 38 AC031 Women’s sweaters 0.8049 42.6% 41 AC031 Women’s tailored and untailored jackets 0.8154 43.0% 38 AC032 Women’s pants and shorts 0.7459 40.5% 35 AC032 Women’s skirts 0.8216 47.0% 34 AC033 Women’s suits 0.8619 60.2% 42 AE011 Men’s athletic footwear 0.8382 9.1% 28 AE011 Men’s dress and casual shoes 0.8104 14.5% 24 AE031 Women’s athletic footwear 0.8382 7.0% 28 AE031 Women’s dress and casual shoes 0.8828 31.5% 42 Apparel Regression Model History 0.55 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.80 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Model Year A p p ar el M o d el s A ve ra g e A d ju st ed R 2 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 Q u al it y A d ju st m en ts Adjusted R2 % of Quality Adjusted Substitutions for Items with Models CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 11 (English only) References Armknecht, P.A., and D. 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Spandex 0.00952 0.00833 1.14 0.89259 0.00795 0.00882 0.90 0.79917 Tencel 0.00779 0.00401 1.94 0.90605 0.00897 0.00429 2.09+ 0.79677 Wool 0.00300 0.00039 7.77 0.64737 0.00292 0.00040 7.23 0.59293 Triacetate 0.00287 0.00146 1.97 0.87978 0.00263 0.00150 1.75* 0.83194 Silk 0.00197 0.00067 2.92 0.83900 0.00198 0.00070 2.82 0.78055 Nylon 0.00176 0.00236 0.75 0.85793 Rayon 0.00085 0.00044 1.93 0.78474 0.00087 0.00045 1.94 0.75700 Acrylic -0.00005 0.00285 -0.02 0.93055 Acetate -0.00022 0.00097 -0.23 0.78587 Linen -0.00037 0.00129 -0.29 0.77433 Cotton -0.00071 0.00150 -0.47 0.81525 With top 0.22510 0.13954 1.61 0.92361 0.23600 0.14390 1.64 0.87135 With pants 0.10321 0.02859 3.61 0.71423 0.09472 0.02954 3.21 0.67150 Exclusive 1.41056 0.16623 8.49 0.86614 1.40119 0.17045 8.22 0.82650 Boutique 0.17807 0.08423 2.11 0.54898 0.20250 0.08597 2.36 0.52868 Private -0.29727 0.03221 -9.23 0.54581 -0.29305 0.03372 -8.69 0.49970 Miscellaneous -0.52569 0.06078 -8.65 0.68189 -0.53558 0.06163 -8.69 0.66545 Evening style -0.04124 0.05035 -0.82 0.67118 Sold separately 0.12541 0.03115 4.03 0.58605 0.13985 0.03350 4.18 0.50862 Machine wash -0.07346 0.04686 -1.57 0.45805 -0.09536 0.05173 -1.84 0.37702 Hand wash -0.03589 0.11588 -0.31 0.77206 Juniors -0.20334 0.07819 -2.60 0.60633 -0.18994 0.08096 -2.35 0.56744 Maternity 0.11599 0.15969 0.73 0.70755 Women’s plus 0.02087 0.05839 0.36 0.76531 Petites 0.09112 0.03871 2.35 0.79361 Jacket short sleeve -0.10975 0.04190 -2.62 0.76217 -0.11312 0.04327 -2.61 0.71692 Jacket not lined -0.36581 0.05247 -6.97 0.28988 -0.35700 0.05857 -6.10 0.23337 Jacket part lined -0.00667 0.13364 -0.05 0.67598 CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 19 (English only) Jacket waist length 0.00401 0.03584 0.11 0.83495 Jacket double breasted 0.02486 0.04267 0.58 0.88259 Jacket zipper -0.11559 0.07283 -1.59 0.86976 Bottom not lined -0.19332 0.04596 -4.21 0.31536 -0.19199 0.04841 -3.97 0.28513 No waistband 0.21380 0.04653 4.59 0.59210 0.19062 0.06409 2.97 0.31319 Set on waistband 0.16509 0.03349 4.93 0.49020 0.14065 0.05665 2.48 0.17186 Part elastic set on waistband -0.03113 0.05552 -0.56 0.28490 Multicolor 0.04982 0.03038 1.64 0.88207 0.04889 0.03119 1.57 0.83975 Adornment 0.07586 0.03568 2.13 0.83961 0.09114 0.03891 2.34 0.70856 Belt 0.10539 0.06669 1.58 0.79517 0.11221 0.06863 1.64 0.75348 Western Europe 0.27056 0.12992 2.08 0.85397 0.29879 0.13310 2.24 0.81621 Hong Kong 0.20072 0.09801 2.05 0.94313 0.21404 0.10192 2.10 0.87499 Korea 0.10051 0.05387 1.87 0.84186 0.09331 0.05499 1.70 0.81054 Southeast Asia -0.07830 0.02945 -2.66 0.71930 -0.07459 0.03053 -2.44 0.67136 Central America -0.26254 0.05841 -4.49 0.81570 -0.28444 0.06607 -4.31 0.63961 Bangladesh -0.50470 0.14105 -3.58 0.90388 -0.49895 0.14763 -3.38 0.82789 Mexico -0.58084 0.07430 -7.82 0.78555 -0.57150 0.07581 -7.54 0.75687 Caribbean -0.66248 0.16068 -4.12 0.92706 -0.60449 0.16254 -3.72 0.90883 Eastern Europe 0.10714 0.07496 1.43 0.82111 Other region -0.05236 0.13409 -0.39 0.57665 Africa -0.23096 0.20422 -1.13 0.86203 Independent 0.36199 0.07966 4.54 0.51091 0.37622 0.08303 4.53 0.47173 Apparel department 0.34696 0.05080 6.83 0.73003 0.36899 0.05394 6.84 0.64960 Full price women’s 0.13897 0.04501 3.09 0.64181 0.14964 0.04712 3.18 0.58737 Catalog 0.08252 0.07593 1.09 0.79749 0.10379 0.08912 1.16 0.58086 Full price family -0.18933 0.06988 -2.71 0.84021 -0.16608 0.07210 -2.30 0.79194 Off price family -0.39465 0.10026 -3.94 0.80262 -0.38711 0.10196 -3.80 0.77861 Discount family -0.40816 0.07292 -5.60 0.73250 -0.44077 0.07652 -5.76 0.66723 Discount department -0.53486 0.06443 -8.30 0.64772 -0.49902 0.06967 -7.16 0.55583 Off price department -0.85314 0.05069 -16.83 0.82666 -0.82898 0.05194 -15.96 0.79004 Midwest region -0.06223 0.03744 -1.66 0.52824 Southern region -0.08414 0.03592 -2.34 0.46142 Western region -0.05417 0.04105 -1.32 0.45742 B size city -0.12077 0.02767 -4.36 0.80128 -0.09684 0.03037 -3.19 0.66728 C size city -0.17146 0.06775 -2.53 0.80760 -0.13527 0.06969 -1.94* 0.76581 Adjusted R2 0.8619 0.8615 F Statistic 81.56 54.51
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CLASS 6.1, TOXIC SUBSTANCES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Add: "2542 tributylamine" "3302 2-dimethylaminoethyl acrylate". 13° Add: "(b) 1199 furaldehydes". 14° (c) Items 2369 and 2938, delete. 15° (a) Add: "2644 methyl iodide". 15° (b) Entry 2644, delete. 16° (b) "2295 methyl chloroacetate", delete. 17° (a), (b) and (c): entry 1610, delete. 17° (a) Add: "1809 phosphorus trichloride". 17° (b) Entry 1695, delete. 17° (c) Entry 3241, delete. 18° (a) Add: "2487 phenyl isocyanate" "2488 cyclohexyl isocyanate". 18° (b) Items 2487 and 2488, delete. 19° (c) Entry 2489, delete. 20° (a) Insert the following entry: "3023 2-methyl-2-heptanethiol". 20° (b) Entries 2477 and 3023, delete. 28° Heading, amend to read: "28° Flammable corrosive toxic substances". 28° (b) Add: "3073 vinylpyridines, inhibited". (...) Substance identification number (a) Name of substance (b) Hazard identification number (c) Label (d) Class, item number and letter (e) 1199 Furfuraldehydes 63 6.1 + 3 6.1, 13° (b) 1251 Methyl vinyl ketone, stabilized 639 6.1 + 3 6.1, 8° (a) 1556 Arsenic compound, liquid, n.o.s. inorganic 66 6.1 6.1, 51° (a) 1556 Arsenic compound, liquid, n.o.s. inorganic 60 6.1 6.1 51° (b), (c) 1557 Arsenic compound, solid, n.o.s. inorganic 66 6.1 6.1, 51° (a) 1557 Arsenic compound, solid, n.o.s., inorganic (arsenates, arsenites and arsenic sulphide) 60 6.1 6.1, 51° (b), (c) 1610 (Delete) 1695 Chloroacetone, stabilized 663 6.1 + 3 + 8 6.1, 10° (a) 1809 Phosphorous trichloride 668 6.1 + 8 6.1, 17° (a) 2295 Methyl chloroacetate 663 6.1 + 3 6.1, 9° (a) 2369 (Delete) 2477 Methyl isothiocyanate 663 6.1 + 3 6.1, 9° (a) 2487 Phenyl isocyanate 663 6.1 + 3 6.1, 18° (a) 2488 Cyclohexyl isocyanate 663 6.1 + 3 6.1, 18° (a) 2489 (Delete) 2522 2-Dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate 69 6.1 6.1, 12° (b) 2542 Tributylamine 60 6.1 6.1, 12° (b) 2644 Methyl iodide 66 6.1 6.1, 15° (a) 2658 (Delete) 2938 (Delete) 3023 2-Methyl-2-heptanethiol 663 6.1 + 3 6.1, 20° (a) 3073 Vinylpyridines, inhibited 639 6.1 + 3 + 8 6.1, 28° (b) 3241 (Delete) 3302 2-Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate 60 6.1 6.1, 12° (b) -----
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Score: 1067209 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/R.909&Lang=E
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Class or divi- sion Sub- sidiary risk 5 Labels 7 Excepted quantity 8 Special provi- sions 9 UN packing group 10 Packing instruction Passenger and cargo aircraft Max. net quantity per package 11 12 Packing instruction Cargo aircraft only 13 Max. net quantity per package 3-2-8 Part 3 6 State varia- tions * 1829 8Sulphur trioxide, stabilized A2 FORBIDDEN FORBIDDENAU 1 CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 ≠ 1829 8Sulphur trioxide, stabilized A2 A209 FORBIDDEN FORBIDDENAU 1 CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 * 1860 2.1Vinyl fluoride, stabilized A1 200 150 kgFORBIDDENE0Gas flammable AU 1 CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 ≠ 1860 2.1Vinyl fluoride, stabilized A1 A209 200 150 kgFORBIDDENE0Gas flammable AU 1 CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 * 1917 3Ethyl acrylate, stabilized II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable ≠ 1917 3Ethyl acrylate, stabilized A209 II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable * 1919 3Methyl acrylate, stabilized II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable ≠ 1919 3Methyl acrylate, stabilized A209 II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable * 1921 3Propyleneimine, stabilized 6.1 I 361 30 LFORBIDDENE0Liquid flammable & Toxic US 4 ≠ 1921 3Propyleneimine, stabilized 6.1 A209 I 361 30 LFORBIDDENE0Liquid flammable & Toxic US 4 * 1950 2.2Aerosols, non-flammable A98 A145 A167 203 or 204 75 kg 203 or 204 150 kgE0 Y203 or Y204 30 kg G Gas non-flammable ≠ 1950 2.2Aerosols, non-flammable A98 A145 A167 203 75 kg 203 150 kgE0 Y203 30 kg G Gas non-flammable 2017-2018 EDITION 1 2 3 4 Name UN No. (...) Class or divi- sion Sub- sidiary risk 5 Labels 7 Excepted quantity 8 Special provi- sions 9 UN packing group 10 Packing instruction Passenger and cargo aircraft Max. net quantity per package 11 12 Packing instruction Cargo aircraft only 13 Max. net quantity per package Chapter 2 3-2-11 6 State varia- tions * 2277 3Ethyl methacrylate, stabilized II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2277 3Ethyl methacrylate, stabilized A209 II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable * 2283 3Isobutyl methacrylate, stabilized III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2283 3Isobutyl methacrylate, stabilized A209 III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable * 2348 3Butyl acrylates, stabilized III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2348 3Butyl acrylates, stabilized A209 III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable * 2352 3Butyl vinyl ether, stabilized II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2352 3Butyl vinyl ether, stabilized A209 II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable * 2383 3Dipropylamine 8 II 352 1 L 363 5 LE2 Y340 0.5 L Liquid flammable & Corrosive ≠ 2383 3Dipropylamine 8 A209 II 352 1 L 363 5 LE2 Y340 0.5 L Liquid flammable & Corrosive * 2396 3Methacrylaldehyde, stabilized 6.1 II 352 1 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable & Toxic ≠ 2396 3Methacrylaldehyde, stabilized 6.1 A209 II 352 1 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable & Toxic * 2452 2.1Ethylacetylene, stabilized A1 200 150 kgFORBIDDENE0Gas flammable AU 1 CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 ≠ 2452 2.1Ethylacetylene, stabilized A1 A209 200 150 kgFORBIDDENE0Gas flammable AU 1 CA 7 IR 3 NL 1 US 3 2017-2018 EDITION 1 2 3 4 Name UN No. Class or divi- sion Sub- sidiary risk 5 Labels 7 Excepted quantity 8 Special provi- sions 9 UN packing group 10 Packing instruction Passenger and cargo aircraft Max. net quantity per package 11 12 Packing instruction Cargo aircraft only 13 Max. net quantity per package 3-2-12 Part 3 6 State varia- tions * 2521 6.1Diketene, stabilized 3 FORBIDDEN FORBIDDEN ≠ 2521 6.1Diketene, stabilized 3 A209 FORBIDDEN FORBIDDEN * 2527 3Isobutyl acrylate, stabilized III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2527 3Isobutyl acrylate, stabilized A209 III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable * 2531 8Methacrylic acid, stabilized II 851 1 L 855 30 LE2 Y840 0.5 L Corrosive ≠ 2531 8Methacrylic acid, stabilized A209 II 851 1 L 855 30 LE2 Y840 0.5 L Corrosive * 2607 3Acrolein dimer, stabilized III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2607 3Acrolein dimer, stabilized A209 III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable * 2618 3Vinyltoluenes, stabilized III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2618 3Vinyltoluenes, stabilized A209 III 355 60 L 366 220 LE1 Y344 10 L Liquid flammable * 2815 8N-Aminoethylpiperazine III 852 5 L 856 60 LE1 Y841 1 L Corrosive ≠ 2815 8N-Aminoethylpiperazine 6.1 III 852 5 L 856 60 LE1 Y841 1 L Corrosive & Toxic * 2838 3Vinyl butyrate, stabilized II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable ≠ 2838 3Vinyl butyrate, stabilized A209 II 353 5 L 364 60 LE2 Y341 1 L Liquid flammable * 2977 7Radioactive material, uranium hexafluoride, fissile 8 See Part 2;7 and Part 4;9Radioactive & Corrosive ≠ 2977 7Radioactive material, uranium hexafluoride, fissile 6.1 8 See Part 2;7 and Part 4;9Radioactive & Toxic & Corrosive 2017-2018 EDITION 1 2 3 4 Name UN No.
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