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Maleic Anhydride

Maleic anhydride is produced by oxidation of benzene or a C4 hydrocarbon such as butane in the presence of a vanadium oxide catalyst. Maleic anhydride can be converted to maleic acid by hydrolysis and to esters by alcoholysis.

  • CAS: No. 108-31-6 (T)
  • EINECS: No. 203-571-6
  • Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 2-1101
  • Japan, Industrial Safety and Health Law: ID No. 554 (SDS required)
  • Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
  • Japan, Fire Services Law: Not applicable.

THF

THF (Tetrahydrofuran) is a stable compound with relatively low boiling point and excellent solvency. It is widely-used for dissolution and reaction of various substances. Also it is used as a starting material for the synthesis of poly(tetramethylene ether) glycol (PTMG), etc. Since 1982, Mitsubishi Chemical's Yokkaichi plant has produced high-purity, high-quality THF from butadiene using our proprietary technology.

  • CAS: No. 109-99-9 (T)
  • EINECS: No. 203-726-8
  • Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 5-53
  • Japan, Industrial Safety and Health Law: No. 5-53, ID No. 367 (SDS required)
  • Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
  • Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous Material Class 4 Petroleums No.1 (water-soluble liquid). Hazardous Rank II
  • U.N. Class: 3
  • U.N. No.: UN2056

NMP

NMP (N-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidone) is a polar solvent with outstanding characteristics. It has a wide range of applications because it offers very high solvency, high boiling point, low freezing point, and ease of handling.

  • CAS: No. 872-50-4 (T)
  • EINECS: No. 212-828-1
  • Japan Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 5-113
  • Japan, Industrial Safety and Health Law: No. 8-1-1014
  • Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
  • Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.3 (water-soluble liquid).

GBL

GBL has a wide range of practical applications because of its low freezing point, high boiling point, and a unique combination of solvent and electrical properties. It has applications as a solvent for special resins, in photography, in batteries, and as an electrolyte. Also a number of derivatives are synthesized from GBL.

  • CAS: No. 96-48-0 (T)
  • EINECS: No. 202-509-5
  • Japan Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 5-3337
  • Japan, Industrial Safety and Health Law: No. 5-3337
  • Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
  • Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.3 (water-soluble liquid).Aprotic, polar solvent.

2P

2P (2-Pyrrolidone) is a widely-used solvent with outstanding characteristics. It is miscible with almost all other organic solvents and has a high boiling point.

  • CAS: No. 616-45-5 (T)
  • EINECS: No. 210-483-1
  • Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 5-112
  • Japan, Industrial Safety and Health Law: No. 5-112
  • Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
  • Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.3 (water-soluble liquid).

Acetone

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Acetone

Acetone is an amphiphilic liquid that dries easily. It is a widely used solvent for paints, adhesives, and many other applications. Mitsubishi Chemical features very high purity acetone.

  • CAS: No. 67-64-1 (T)
  • EINECS: No. 200-662-2
  • Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 2-542
  • Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
  • Japan, Fire Services Law: Hazardous material Class 4 Petroleums No.1 (water-soluble liquid).

Acetic acid is used as a sour agent added in vinegar, pickled vegetables, and sauce, and as a raw material for spice. When used as a food additive, acetic acid can be indicated by its group name, substance name, or abbreviated name according to the purpose of use.