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rNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

SYNTHETIC 
ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

United States Production 
and Sales,, 1955 



[GPO €1. No. Report No. 198 

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RECENT REPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 
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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1951 (Rept. 
No. 175, 2d ser., 1952), 45^ 

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No. 190, 2d ser., 1953) 

Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1953 (Rept. 
No. 194, 2d ser., 1954), 55^ 

Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1954 (Rept. 
No. 196, 2d ser., 1955), 60^ 



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ERRATA 

Synthetic Organic Chemicals , 
United States Production and 
Sales. 1955 

Page 56, figure for production iT C 
of ethyl acetate, 85^! VLjO 

For 76,787 read 85,472 
Page 57> figure for production 
of isopropyl alcohol: 
For 854,750 read 925,171 

tion 



UNDER THE GENERAL PROVISIONS 
OF TITLE III, PART II, SECTIONS 332 
AND 333 OF THE TARIFF ACT OF 1930 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON 1956 



Report Xo. 198 • Second Series 




RECENT REPO 



Synthetic Organ! 
No. 175, 2d se 

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No. 190, 2d se 

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No. 194, 2d se 

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No. 196, 2d se 



MISCELLANEOUS SERIES 



United States Import Duties (1952), $3.25 (subscription price) 

Thirty-ninth Annual Report of the United States Tariff Commission (1955), 25^ 



NOTE.— The report preceded by an asterisk ( * ) is out of print. The other reports listed may 
be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 
25, D. C. See inside back cover for other available reports. All U. S. Tariff Commission reports 
reproducd by the V. S. Government I^rinting Office may i^lso be consulted in the official depository 
libraries throughout the United States. 



IJIVITED STATES TARIFF TOMMISSIOIV 



SYNTHETIC 
ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



United States Production 
and Sales, 1955 



UNDER THE GENERAL PROVISIONS 
OF TITLE III, PART II, SECTIONS 332 
AND 333 OF THE TARIFF ACT OF 1930 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1956 



Report Xo. 198 • Second Series 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Edgar B. BroSSARD, Chairman 
Joseph E. Talbot, Vice Chairman 
Walter R. Schreiber 
Glenn W. Sutton 
J. Weldon Jones 
William E. Dowling 

DoNN N. Bent, Secretary 

Boston Public Library 
Cuperintend'F'nt of Documents 



NOV 1 4 1956 



Address ail communications 

UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Washington 25, D. C. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

In the preparation of this report, the Commission had the services 

of James H. Hibben, Henry O. Parsons, Deborah K. Emory, 

Frank Gonet, Pauline T. Eno, and other members of its staff 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Oovernmeni Printing Office 
Washington 25, D. C. - Price 65 cents 



CONTENTS 



Page 



Introduction 
Summary -- 



PART I. PRODUCTION AND SALES OF TARS, TAR 
CRUDES, AND CRUDES DERIVED FROM PETRO- 
LEUM AND NATURAL GAS 

Tars 1 

Tar crudes 2 

Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical 

conversion 5 

PART II. PRODUCTION AND SALES OF INTER- 
MEDIATES AND FINISHED SYNTHETIC 
ORGANIC CHEMICALS, BY GROUPS 

General 9 

Cyclic intermediates 12 

Dyes * 17 

Toners and lakes 30 

Medic inals 34 

Flavor and perfume materials 39 

Plastics and resin materials 41 

Rubber-processing chemicals 45 

Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) .-- 47 

Plasticizers 48 

Surface-active agents 50 

Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals 52 

Miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals 54 

PART III. ALPHABETICAL LIST OF INDIVIDUAL 

PRODUCTS, BY GROUPS, AND NAMES OF 

MANUFACTURERS 

Tar crudes 59 

Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical 

conversion 60 

Cyclic intermediates 62 

Dyes -- 80 

Toners and lakes 97 

Medicinals 103 

Flavor and perfume materials 117 

Plastics and resin materials 122 

Rubber-processing chemicals 125 

Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) 127 

Plasticizers 127 

Surface -active agents 130 

Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals 136 

Miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals 139 

Directory of manufacturers 156 



111 



iV CONTENTS 

APPENDIX 

Page 

A. United States imports of coal-tar intermediates 

and finished coal-tar products 173 

B. Research workers and research expenditures in 

the synthetic organic chemical industry 174 

C. Glossary of synonymous names of cyclic inter- 

mediates 175 

D. Production and sales of cellulose plastics 187 



INTRODUCTION 

This is the thirty-ninth annual report of the United States Tar- 
iff Commission on production and sales in the United States of syn- 
thetic organic chemicals and the raw materials from which they 
are made. The report gives statistics, for 1955, on the production 
and sales of crude organic chemicals derived from coal, natural 
gas, and petroleum, of intermediates, and of finished synthetic 
organic chemical products. The finished products are grouped ac- 
cording to their principal use- -dyes, toners and lakes, medicinals, 
flavor and perfume materials, plastics and resin materials, rub- 
ber-processing chemicals, elastomers, plasticizers, surface- 
active agents, pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals, 
and miscellaneous chemicals. With a few exceptions, the report 
does not cover organic chemicals (such as wood -distillation prod- 
ucts, essential oils, and naval stores) that are derived from nat- 
ural (vegetable) sources by simple extraction or distillation. The 
Commission has compiled the statistics presented in this report 
from information supplied by the 626 primary manufacturers listed 
in part III. 

The raw materials considered in this report are obtained from 
coal, crude petroleum, natural gas, and certain other natural ma- 
terials such as vegetable oils, fats, rosin, and grains. Thermal 
decomposition of coal yields coal-tar crudes and other raw ma- 
terials. Crude organic chemicals are derived also from petroleum 
and natural gas by catalytic cracking, followed by distillation or 
absorption, and from other natural sources by fermentation. Pro- 
duction of these crude organic chemicals is the first step in the 
manufacture of synthetic organic chemicals. From these crudes, 
intermediates are obtained by synthesis or refining; most of the 
intermediates then are converted into finished chemical products, 
such as medicinals, plastics and resin materials, and dyes. Inter- 
mediates usually are not sold directly to the ultimate consumer, 
but are used by the producing companies themselves --or by other 
industrial concerns --in their manufacturing processes. 

In this report, the statistics on production include the total out- 
put of the reporting companies' plants--the materials produced for 
consumption within the plants, as well as those produced for sale. 
The quantities reported as produced, therefore, generally exceed 
the quantities reported as sold, although changes in inventory may 
account for some differences. No chemical is reported as produced, 
however, unless it has been withdrawn from the reaction system. 
Sales are actual sales of commodities --by original manufacturers 
only- -accompanied by passage of title. The value of sales is the 
net sales value, f.o.b. plant or warehouse. 

Data on the chemicals covered in the report usually are given 
in terms of undiluted materials. The principal exceptions are the 
statistics on dyes and a few solvents --which are reported in terms 
of commercial concentrations--those on certain plastics and res- 
ins--which are reported on a dry basis--and sales of antibiotics. 



Vi INTRODUCTION 

which are reported under specific conditions mentioned in the sec- 
tion covering medicinals. The report specifically notes those prod- 
ucts for which the statistics are reported in terms of commercial 
concentrations . 

The average unit values of sales for groups of products shown 
in the tables accompanying this report are weighted averages for 
products which vary widely in unit values and in the quantities sold. 

Statistics on tars and tar crudes include data furnished directly 
to the Tariff Commission by distillers of coal tar, water-gas tar, 
and oil-gas tar; data furnished to the Division of Bituminous Coal 
of the United States Bureau of Mines by coke-oven operators; and 
data furnished to the American Gas Association by producers of 
water-gas and oil-gas tar. 

Statistics on United States imports in 1955 of coal-tar inter- 
mediates and finished coal-tar products that entered under para- 
graphs 27 and 28 of the Tariff Act of 1930 are given in appendix A. 
Appendix B includes a table that shows the number of technical re- 
search workers in the synthetic organic chemical industry and the 
cost of research in this industry. Appendix C is a glossary of the 
common (or trivial) names of coal-tar intermediates usually en- 
countered in the trade, together with their equivalent standard (or 
Chemical Abstracts) names. Appendix D summarizes the data on 
production and sales of cellulose plastics that were reported to the 
Commission monthly during 1955. 



SUMMARY 

Combined production of all synthetic organic chemicals (in- 
cluding their raw materials) in 1955 was 74,949 million pounds -- 
21.9 percent more than in 1954 (see table 1). Sales in 1955 totaled 
43,090 million pounds, valued at 5,590 million dollars --an in- 
crease of 24.2 percent in quantity and 23.2 percent in value, com- 
pared with 1954. As these data include several successive steps 
in the manufacturing process, they necessarily include much dupli- 
cation. 

The output of tars from all sourceis in 1955 was 9,144 million 
pounds (914 million gallons)-- 19. 4 percent more than in 1954. 
Production of tar crudes by coke-oven operators and tar distillers 
in 1955 totaled 14,292 million pounds, or 19.5 percent more than 
the output in 1954. Sales of tar crudes in 1955 totaled 8,807 million 
pounds, valued at 272 million dollars--an increase of 16.0 percent 
in quantity and 15.3 percent in value, compared with sales in 1954. 



"Synthetic organic chemicals and their raw materials: United States productia 
1954 and 1955 



In- 
crease, 
1955 
over 
1954^ 



ttiantity 



In- 
crease, 
1955 
over 
195^^ 



In- 
crease, 
1955 
over 
195-i^ 



Grand total^ 

Tar 

Tar crudes^ — ■ 

Crude products frcm 
petroleum and natural 
gas 

Synthetic organic 

chemicals, total 

Intennedlates 

Dyes 

Toners and lakes 

MedioinalB 

Flavor and perfume 
materials 

Plastics and resin 
materials 

Rubber-processing 

chemicals 

Elastomers (synthetic 
rubbers ) 

Plasticizers 

Surface-active agents — 

Pesticides and other 
organic agricultural 
chemicals 

Uiscellaneous chemicals 



Million 
pounds 

61,507 



7,659 
11,957 



13,-^6 



28,A^5 



U3 
40 
66 

35 

2,828 

130 

l,<i35 

301 

1,026 

419 
17,408 



mllion 
pounds 

74,949 



Percent 

21.^ 



Mi n ton 
pounds 

34,707 



Million 
pounds 

43,090 



Percent 
24.2 



Million 
dollars 

4,537 



Million 

dollars 

5,590 



9,144 
14,292 



16,179 



35,334 



^9.4 
19.5 



24.2 



3,831 
7,593 



7,551 



15,732 



4,258 
8,807 



10,432 



19,593 



11.1 
16.0 



24.5 



40 
236 



3,977 



49 
272 



4,907 



6,017 
168 
45 
79 

42 

3,739 

177 

2,210 
396 

1,153 

506 
20,802 



30.4 
17.5 
11.3 
19.5 

18.9 

32.2 

36.3 

54.0 
31.7 
12.4 



20.8 
19.5 



1,793 

137 

35 

53 

31 

2,497 

101 

1,497 
247 
913 



336 
8,092 



2,285 
156 
38 



3,219 

143 

2,193 
338 

1,066 



415 
9,635 



27.4 

13.5 

9.2 

28.7 

16.4 

29.0 

41.0 

46.5 
36.6 
16.7 



23.6 
19.1 



320 
160 



436 
82 
196 



125 
1,213 



408 

184 

64 

465 



1,078 

86 

645 
104 
241 



153 
1,427 



Percent 
23.2 



22.5 
15.3 



23.4 



27.6 

U.6 

19.4 

9.2 

11.2 



48.0 
26.5 
22.9 



22.7 
17.8 



^ Percentages calciilated on figures rounded to thousands. 

* This total involves much duplication. 

^ Excludes products derived frcm petroleum, but includes products derived from tar and from coke-oven gas. 



vii 



Viil SUMMARY 

The output in 1955 of crude products from petroleum and natural 
gas for chemical conversion totaled 16,179 million pounds--20.3 
percent more than the 13,446 million pounds reported for 1954. 
Sales of these products in 1955 totaled 10,432 million pounds, 
valued at 362 million dollars, compared with sales of 7,551 nnillion 
pounds, valued at 284 million dollars, in 1954. 

Production of all synthetic organic chemicals in 1955 (excluding 
the raw materials mentioned above) totaled 35,334 million pounds-- 
a total that also involves much duplication. This production is 24.2 
percent more than the output of 28,445 million pounds in 1954. 
Compared with that in 1954, the value of the output of all individual 
groups of finished synthetic organic chemicals and that of the group 
of intermediates increased in 1955. First in the order of the size 
of the percentage increase are elastomers, production of which in 
1955 increased to 2,210 million pounds--or by 54.0 percent. Pro- 
duction of rubber -processing chemicals increased to 177 million 
pounds (or by 36.3 percent); plastics and resin materials, to 3,739 
million pounds (32.2 percent); plasticizers, to 396 million pounds 
(31.7 percent); pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals, 
to 506 million pounds (20.8 percent); medicinals, to 79 million 
pounds (19.5 percent); flavor and perfume materials, to 42 million 
pounds (18.9 percent); dyes, to 168 million pounds (17.5 percent); 
surface-active agents, to 1,153 million pounds ( 12.4 percent); and 
toners and lakes, to 45 million pounds (11.3 percent). 

The output of miscellaneous chemicals increased to 20,802 nnil- 
lion pounds (or by 19.5 percent), and that of intermediates to 6,017 
million pounds (30.4 percent). 



PART I. PRODUCTION AND SALES OF TARS, TAR CRUDES, 

AND CRUDES DERIVED FROM PETROLEUM AND 

NATURAL GAS 

Tars 

Coal tar is produced chiefly by the steel industry as a byprod- 
uct of the manufacture of coke; water-gas and oil -gas tar are pro- 
duced by the fuel-gas industry. Production of coal tar, therefore, 
depends on the demand for steel; production of water-gas tar and 
oil-gas tar reflects the consumption of manufactured gas for in- 
dustrial and household use. Water-gas and oil-gas tars have prop- 
erties intermediate between those of petroleum asphalts and coal 
tars. Petroleum asphalts are not usually considered to be raw ma- 
terials for chemicals. 

The quantity of tar produced in the United States from all 
sources in 1955 was 914 million gallons, or 19.4 percent more 
than the output of 766 million gallons in 1954. Of the total quantity 
produced in 1955, about 853 million gallons was coal tar and 61 
million gallons was water-gas and oil-gas tars (see table 2). 



TABLE 2.-- Tar: United States production and consimptic 

[in thousands of gallons] 



1954 end 1955 



Water-gas and oil-gas tar^- 



Coal tar,^ total- 



Coal tar from coke-oven byproduct plants, total — ■■ 
Plants not ovmed by city gas coiqianies ' ■ — 

Plants owned by city gas companies (public utilities) - 

Coal tar from coal-gas retort plants^ 



CONSUMPTION 



Tar consumed by distillation, total- 



Water-gas and oil-gas tar distilled by producers and tar distillers*- 
Coal tar distilled or topped by coke-oven operators^ 



Coal tar distilled by tar distillers' 



Tar consumed chiefly as fuel, total- 



Water-gas and oil-gas tar consumed as fuel" „ 

Coal tar sold or consumed as fuel by coke-oven operators^- 



Tar consumed otherwise than by distillation or as fuel, total- 
Coal tar consumed at coke-oven plants for roads and upkeeps- 



Coal tar, water-gas tar, and oil-gas tar processed at tar refineries, 
crude tar consumed for upkeep at such refineries, and tar consumed in 
making gas and in special-purpose tar blends^ 



765-, 932 



<i5,040 
720.892 



715,8<«} 

703,333 

12,507 

5,052 



764,833 



556,181 



-13,202 
218,169 
294,810 

149,843 



3,060 
146,783 



56,393 



852.923 



852,923 

843,004 

9.919 



876,772 



678.969 



52,615 
311,675 
314,679 



4,980 
137,062 



55.761 



1,544 



54,217 



^ Reported to the American Gas Association. 

s Reported to the U. S. Bureau of Mines. 

^. Includes low-tenperature carbonization tar. 

* Reported to the U. S. Tariff Commission. 

' Represents tar purchased from companies operating coke ovens and gas-retort plants and distilled by 
ccopaniee operating tar-distillation plants. 

* Reported to the American Gas Association and to the U. S. Tariff Commission. 



2 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

In 1954, the output of coal tar was 721 million gallons and that of 
water-gas and oil-gas tars, 45 million gallons. The increase in 
coal-tar production in 1955 reflects increased steel production in 
that year compared with 1954. 

The total consumption of tar in 19-55 amounted to 877 million 
gallons, of which 679 million gallons was consumed by distillation, 
142 million gallons as fuel, and 56 million gallons in miscellaneous 
uses such as refinery upkeep and in special road-tar blends. 

The quantity of tar distilled in 1955 was 123 million gallons 
more than that in 1954; the quantity consumed chiefly as fuel was 
8 million gallons less than that in 1954. In 1955, the quantity of 
coal tar distilled or topped by coke-oven operators was 312 mil- 
lion gallons, compared with 218 million gallons in 1954; the quan- 
tity of coal tar distilled by tar distillers was 315 million gallons, 
compared with 295 million gallons in 1954; and the quantity of 
water-gas and oil-gas tar distilled by producers and tar distillers 
was 53 million gallons, compared with 43 million gallons in 1954. 

Tar Crudes 

Tar crudes are obtained from coke-oven gas and by distilling 
coal tar, water-gas tar and oil-gas tar. The most important prod- 
ucts so obtained are benzene, toluene, xylene, naphthalene, and 
creosote oil. Some products identical with those derived from 
coal tar are also derived from petroleum and natural gas. These 
latter materials are, for the most part, included with the statis- 
tics on tar crudes, which are shown in tables 3 and 4A.^ 

The total production of specification and industrial grades of 
benzene in 1955 announted to 307 million gallons --20 percent more 
than the 257 million gallons reported for 1954. These totals in- 
clude benzene produced from domestic tar, from imported and 
domestic crude light oil, from domestic petroleum, and from im- 
ported motor -grade benzene. Sales of benzene in 1955 amounted 
to 265 million gallons, valued at 98 million dollars, compared 
with 202 million gallons, valued at 83 million dollars, in 1954. 
Coke-oven operators accounted for the largest part of the benzene 
production in 1955 (174 million gallons). The output of toluene in 
1955 from all sources amounted to 186 million gallons, or 17 per- 
cent more than the 159 million gallons produced in 1954. Sales of 
toluene in 1955 amounted to 138 million gallons, valued at 39 mil- 
lion dollars. Petroleum sources accounted for 143 million gallons 
of the total output of toluene in 1955. 

Production ot xylene in 1955 eimounted to 108 million gallons, 
or slightly less than the 110 million gallons produced in 1954. 
Sales of xylene in 1955 were 78 million gallons, valued at 21 mil- 
lion dollars, compared with 66 million gallons, valued at 18 mil- 
lion dollars, in 1954. In 1955, more than 90 percent of the xylene 
produced was derived from petroleum. Production of crude naphtha- 
lene in 1955 was 477 million pounds, compared with 302 million 
pounds in 1954- -an increase of 58 percent. Sales in 1955 announted 
to 339 million pounds, valued at 20 million dollars. 

The output in 1955 of creosote oil (a mixture of xylenols, 
cresols, and their homologs and derivatives, and of anthracene 
oil, naphthalene, and some phenols), which is used chiefly in wood 

* See also table 4B, part m, which lists these products and identifies the manufacturers. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 

TABLE 3. --Tar and far crudes: Samiary of production and sales of specified protixta , average 1950-54,, 

annual 1954 and 1955 



Chemical^ 



quantity 



Average 
1950-5A 



deereaae (-), 

1955 
over 1950-54 



decrease (-), 

1955 

over 1954 



Tar: Production ^- 

Benzene : 

Product Ion 

Sales 



Value of sales- 
Motor benzene: 

Production 

Sales 



Value of sales- 
Toluene: 

Production 

Sales 



Value of sales- 
Xylene : 

Production 

Sales 



Value of sales- 
Naphthalene : 
Product ion 
Sales 



Value of sales- 
Creosote oil: 

Production 

Sales 



Value of sales- 



1,000 gal- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 dol- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 dol- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 dol- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 dol- 

1,000 lb— 
1,000 lb— 
1,000 dol- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 dol- 



876,070 

246,621 

211,634 

78,014 

3 5,94S 
^ 5,113 
' 1,052 

121,203 
99,319 
28,461 

88, 589 
60,957 
15,592 

316,954 

219,215 

11,534 

138,921 
131,622 
24,495 



765,932 

256,810 

201,915 

83,002 

3,327 

3,255 

572 

159,185 
126,195 
37,098 

110,192 
66,467 
18,259 

302,233 

224,225 

10,220 

117,646 
113,517 
22,918 



24.7 
25,1 
25.0 



53.1 
39.2 
37.4 

21.8 
27.3 
32.3 

50.5 
54.5 
70.3 

-6.6 
-9.6 
-3.7 



914,353 

307,479 

264,808 

97,534 



185,502 
138,263 
39,115 

107,940 
77,603 
20,623 

477,170 

338,657 

19,642 

129,701 
118,994 
23,596 



19.7 
31.1 



1.0 
5.4 

-2.0 
16.8 
12.9 

57.9 
51.0 
92.2 

10.2 
4.8 
3.0 



^ For details concerning statistics shown in this table see table 4A. 

* Includes data for oil-gas, water-gas, and gas-retort tar reported to the American Gas Association, 
for coal tar reported to the Division of Bituminous Coal, U. S. Bureau of Mines. 
3 4-year average; 1952 figures not publishable. 



preserving, amounted to 130 million gallons--10 percent more 
than the 118 million gallons reported for 1954. The output of road 
tar in 1955 was 93 million gallons --slightly above the 1954 pro- 
duction of 81 million gallons. Production of pitch of tar (all grades) 
in 1955 was 2.1 million tons, compared with 1.6 million tons in 
1954. 

Some of the products included in the statistics in table 4A are 
derived from other products, data for which are also included. The 
statistics, therefore, involve considerable duplication, and for 
this reason group totals andgrand totals are not given. After elimi- 
nating as much duplication as possible, it is estimated that in 1955, 
the net value of production of these products and of tar burned as 
fuel was 378 million dollars, compared with 345 million dollars in 
1954, and 344 million dollars in 1953. 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 4K.--0rgenic chemicals: United States production and saias of tar crudes, 195S 

I Listed below are all tar crudes for which any reported date on production or sales may be published. Table 
AB in part III lists separately all products for irtiloh data on production or sales were reported and Iderfk 
tlfles the manufacturers reporting to the U. S. Tariff CoonyieslDn] 



Unit 

of 

quantity 



Pro- 
duction 



Quantity 



Crude light oil 

Intermediate light oil: Coke-oven operators — 
Light-oil distillates: 

Benzene, specification and industrial grades 

total* - 

Tar distillers^ — 

Coke-oven operators 

Petroleum operators 

Toluene, all grades, total* 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators 

Petroleum operators 

Xylene, all grades, total* 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators — ... 

Petroleum operators 

Solvent naphtha, total 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators 

Other light-oil distillates, total— 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators 

Pyridine crude bases (dry basis): Coke-oven 

operators 

Naphthalene, crude (solidifying at less than 
79° C.),^ total 

•>f AAa-tAlto-raf 



Tar distillers' 
Coke-oven operators- 



Crude tar-acid oils: 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators 

Creaylio acid, crude (less than 75^ distilling 
over 215° C): Tar distillers— 



Creosote oil (Dead oil),' total 

Tar distillers: 

Distillate as such (lOOjt creosote basis) 

Creosote in coal-tar solution (lOOjt solution 

basis) 

Creosote content of solution (lOO^t creosote 

basis) 

Coke-oven operators: 

Distillate as such (lOO^t creosote basis) 

Creosote in coal-tar solution (lOOJt solution 

basis) 

Creosote content of solution (100^ creosote 
basis) 



Coal tar sold or consumed in coal-tar solution: 

Jar distillers 

All other distillate products' 

Tar, road 

Tar (crude and refined) for other uses* 

Pitch of tar: 
Soft and medium (Water softening point less 
than 110° F., and 110° F. to 160° F. ASTM 

D61-24) - — 

Hard (Water softening point above 160° F.) — 
Pitch of tar coke and pitch emulsion 



1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 



1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 



1,000 gal- 



1,000 Ib- 
1,000 Ib- 
1,000 Ib- 



1,000 
1,000 

1,000 
1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



gal- 
gal- 



Ib 

gal 

gal 

gal 

gal- 
gal— 

gal 

gal 



gal- 
gal- 
gal- 
gal- 



1,000 tons- 
1,000 tons- 
1,000 tons- 



300,554 
3,345 



307,479 

34,671 

174,220 

98,588 

185,502 

3,887 

38,205 

U3,410 

107,940 

567 

11,294 

96,079 

26,927 

21,416 

5,511 

9,553 

3,208 

6,345 

226 



477,170 



16,597 
3,361 



264,808 

24,948 

168,750 

71,110 

138,263 

3,120 

36,652 

98,491 

77,603 

499 

10,857 

66,247 

26,442 

21,062 

5,380 

6,466 

3,157 

3,309 

218 



i.OOO 
dollars 

3,518 
649 



97,534 

7,970 

58,663 

30,901 

39,115 

956 

10,963 

27,196 

20,623 

173 

3,484 

16,966 

5,567 

4,184 

1,383 

1,371 

892 

479 

243 



292,947 
184,223 



3,951 
26,919 



4,533 
129,701 



164,868 
173,789 



586 
27,181 



118,994 



10,107 
9,535 



233 

6,572 



23,596 



79,989 
18,693 
12,543 
26,158 
4,861 
3,803 

7,978 
26,931 
93,277 
34,725 



1,157 
905 
32 



69,188 
18,983 
12,721 
26,133 
4,670 
3,635 

7,766 
19,698 
79,323 
35,127 



521 

513 

32 



U,208 
3,399 



5,157 
832 



1,165 
2,777 
12,292 
6,008 



19,600 

17,081 

1,232 



^ Unit value per gallon, pound, or ton, as specified. 

* Production differs from totals oonpiled from the Tariff Commission's monthly reports because of inclusion 
of data for materials blended to aviation fuel, and data for some con^anies which did not report monthly. 

' Includes data for benzene distilled from iijiorted crude light oil. 

* Statistics represent ocmbined data for the three comneroial grades of naphthalene to avoid disclosure of 
Individual cciii;)any operations. Owing to conversion between grades, the figures may include some duplication. 

' Production exceeds the total conqjiled from the Tariff Commission's monthly reports because of the omis- 
sion of certain data from the monthly reports of a large producer, and the inclusion of data for some com- 
panies idiich did not report monthly. 

* The statistics include data only for creosote sold for, or consumed in, wood preserving. 

' Includes data for anthracene, crude and semlrefined pyridine, shingle-stain oil, and neutral oils pro- 
duced by tar distillers, and for crude sodium phenolate produced by coke-oven operators. 

* Includes data for tar used or sold for paint, pipe covering, saturating, and other uses. 

Hote. --Statistics for materials produced in coke and gas-retort ovens are caii;>lled by the Division of Bi- 
tuminous Coal, U. S. Bureau of Mines, and those for materials produced in tar and petroleum refineries are 
ccnjiiled by the U. S. Tariff Commissian. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 5 

Crude Products from Petroleum and Natural Gas 
for Chemical Conversion 

The crude products that are derived from petroleum and nat- 
ural gas are related to the intermediates and finished products 
made from such crudes in much the same way that crude products 
derived from the distillation of coal tar are related to their inter- 
mediates and finished products. Many of the crude products de- 
rived from petroleum are identical with those derived from coal 
tar (e.g., benzene, toluene, and xylene). Considerable duplication 
exists in the statistics on the production and sales of petroleum 
crudes, because some of these crude chemicals are converted to 
other crude products derived from petroleum, and because data on 
production and sales may be reported at successive stages in the 
conversion processes (see table SA^). Notwithstanding these 
duplications, the statistics are sufficiently accurate to indicate 
trends in the industry, and to serve as a basis for general com- 
parison. Many of the crude products for which data are included 
in the statistics may be used either as fuel or as basic materials 
from which to derive other chemicals, depending upon prevailing 
economic conditions. In this report, however, every effort has 
been made to exclude data on nnaterials that are used as fuels. 

Production in 1955 of crude products derived from petroleum 
and natural gas as a group amounted to 16,179 million pounds-- 
20.3 percent more than the 13,446 million pounds reported for 
1954. The larger production in 1955 is accounted for chiefly by 
the increase in the production of aliphatic hydrocarbons, princi- 
pally ethylene, propane, and butadiene. Sales of crude chemicals 
from petroleum in 1955 were 10,432 million pounds, valued at 
362 million dollars, compared with 7,551 million pounds, valued 
at 284 nnillion dollars, in 1954. 

Production in 1955 of all aromatic and naphthenic products 
amounted to 3,175 million pounds, compared with 2,874 million 
pounds in 1954. Sales in 1955 were 2,377 million pounds, valued 
at 90 million dollars --351 million pounds and 11 million dollars 
larger than the sales in 1954. In 1955 benzene and toluene were 
produced from petroleum sources in substantially larger quan- 
tities than in 1954; production of cresylic acid increased by 13.4 
percent. Production of specification and industrial-grade benzene 
from petroleum was 723 million pounds in 1955, compared with 
674 nnillion pounds in 1954--an increase of 7.3 percent. The output 
of toluene was 1,038 million pounds in 1955, compared with 890 
million pounds in 1954--an increase of 16.7 percent. The output 
of naphthenic acids amounted to 17 million pounds in 1955, com- 
pared with 24 million pounds in 1954; production of cresylic acid 
was 24 million pounds in 1955, compared with 22 million pounds 
in 1954; and production of xylene was 699 million pounds in 1955, 
compared with 726 million pounds in 1954--a decrease of 3.7 per- 
cent. 

The output of all aliphatic hydrocarbons and derivatives from 
petrolevim and natural gas in 1955 was 13,004 million pounds, com- 
pared with 10,572 million pounds in 1954. Sales of these products 
in 1955 were 8,055 million pounds, valued at 271 million dollars. 



* See alto uU>le SB, part III, which lists these products alphabetically and Identifies the 
manufacturers. 



6 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE 5A.' -Synthetic organic chemicala: United States production and aalea of crude prodticta from 
petrdletm and natural gaa for chemical conversion, 1955 

[Listed below are the crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical converBion for which any 
reported data on production or sales may be published. (Leaders are used irtiere the reported data are 
accepted in confidence and may not be published or where no data were reported. ) Table 5B in part III lists 
separately all products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which data on production 
or sales were reported and identifies the manufactxirer of each] 



Sales 



Quantity Value Unit value^ 



Grand total 

ARCMATICS AND NAPHTHENES^ 
Total — — - 

Allyl aromatios, distillates and solTentB 

Benzene (except motor grade), total 

Benzene, 1° 

Benzene, 2° 

Cresylio acid, crude 

Naphthenio acids, total 

Acid number 225-249 

All other 

Toluene, all grades, total 

Nitration grade, 1° 

Pure commercial grade, 2° 

All other 

Xylenes, mixed 

All other^ 

ALIPHATIC HTDHOCARBONS 
Total 

Ci hydrocarbon, methane 

C2 hydrocarbons, total 

Ethane 

Ethylene* 

Cj hydrocarbons, total 

Propane 

Propylene and propane-propylene mixture 

Ci, hydrocarbons, total 

1,3-Butadlene, grade for rubber (elastomers), total 

Produced for Government account 

Produced for private account 

n- Butane 

1-Butene, 2-butene, ariri mixtures* 

Isobutane 

Isobutylene 

All other' 

C; hydrocarbons' 

All other aliphatic hydrocarbons and derivatives, total 

Dodecene ( Tetrapropylene ) 

Nonene ( Trlpropylene ) 

Hydrocarbon derivatives' 

All other^° 



1,000 
jounds 

16,178,962 



1,000 

pounds 

10,';32,291 



1,000 
dollar! 

361,537 



3,17';,605 



642,649 
722,650 



252,650 
470,000 



24,470 



16,687 



11,954 
4,733 



392,365 
421,354 
224,571 

699,455 
30,404 



13,004,357 



131,527 
3,493,439 



445, 2U 
3,048,225 



2,007,140 
1,331,475 



4.569,184 



1,411,285 
338,820 

1,072,465 
753,461 

1,171,596 
444,532 
124,562 
663,748 

250,752 

1.220,840 



371,948 

146,204 

8,128 

694,560 



2,376,979 



90,420 



612,676 
521,236 



258,170 
263,066 



11,828 
18.083 



12,530 
30,901 



15,462 
15,439 



1,900 



13,654 
4,429 



713,075 



1,566 
334 



285, 1A7 
270,226 
157,702 

482,278 
17,803 



8,055,312 



10,859 

10,763 

5,574 

16,966 
541 



271,117 



89,492 

577,630 



161,323 
416,307 



2,739,762 



901 
20,516 



2^006,884 
732,878 



3,593.086 



900 
19,616 



27,655 



1,011, W7 

414,957 
1,162,037 
436,664 
290,772 
277,509 

197,982 

857,360 



18,274 
9,381 



191,650 



211,369 

52,167 

7,399 

586,425 



5 128,094 

4,459 

35,490 
6,U3 
9,521 
7,943 

4,154 

26,241 



7,965 

2,398 

839 

15,039 



pound 



$0,035 



.038 

.020 



.059 
.060 
.059 



.105 
.115 
.075 

.038 
.038 
.040 
.035 

.035 
.030 



.036 
.006 
.047 



.010 
.009 

.013 



.053 
.127 



.011 
.031 
.OU 
.033 
.029 



■ 031 
.038 
.046 
.113 
.026 



^ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ The chemical raw materials designated as aromatlcs are in some cases identical with those obtained from 
the distillation of coal tar. However, the statistics given In the above table relate only to such materials 
as are derived from petroleum and natural gas. 

■' Includes data for motor-grade benzene, l,4-methanD-2,5-cyolopentadiene, mixed pyridines, sodium carbolate 
and phenate, and hydrocarbon polymers. 

* Includes a small amount of ethylene from coke-oven gas. 

' Partly estimated. 

^ The statistics represent principally the butene content of crude refinery gases from which buteidlene is 
manufactured. 

'' Includes data for 1-butene, 2-butene, butane -butylene, and butadlene-butyleiK fractions and mixed olefins. 

' Includes data for pentanes, pentenes, isqprene, and mixtures. 

' Includes data for dl-tert-butyldisulflde, misoellaneouB mercaptans, and aliphatic acids. 
^° Includes data for acetyleiK, di-isobutylene , hexanes, heptanes and heptenes, octanes and octanes, poly- 
butene, eicosane, and hydrocarbon mixtures. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 7 

compared with 5,524 million pounds, valued at 204 nnillion dollars, 
in 1954. Production of methane in 1955 amounted to 132 million 
pounds, compared with 44 million pounds in 1954. The larger out- 
put in 1955 is accounted for, in part, by more complete coverage 
in 1955 than in the previous year. Production of ethylene in 1955 
was 3,048 million pounds--30.0 percent larger than the 2,345 mil- 
lion pounds produced in 1954. The output of propane, propylene, 
and propane-propylene mixture in 1955 was 3,339 nnillion pounds, 
compared with 2,879 million pounds in 1954. Production of 1, 3- 
butadiene in 1955, including that produced from alcohol (the first 
reported production from alcohol since 1953) was 1,411 million 
pounds, compared with 809 nnillion pounds in 1954. The larger 
production of 1, 3-butadiene--one of the principal ingredients of 
the GR-S type synthetic rubber --is accounted for chiefly by the 
increased production for private account as a result of the sale 
of Government-owned rubber -producing facilities in April 1955. 



PART n. PRODUCTION AND SALES OF INTERMEDIATES AND 
FINISHED SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, BY GROUPS 

General 

On the basis of their principal uses, the synthetic organic 
chemicals covered in this report are classified as either inter- 
mediates or as finished products. Finished products, in turn, are 
grouped as follows: Dyes, toners and lakes, medicinals, flavor 
and perfume materials, plastics and resin materials, rubber - 
processing chemicals, elastomers (synthetic rubbers), plasti- 
cizers, surface-active agents, pesticides and other organic agri- 
cultural chemicals, and miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals. 
Most of these groups are further subdivided, according to chemi- 
cal classes, into cyclic and acyclic compounds. 

As most of the intermediates are used in the manvifacture of 
finished products, aggregate figures which cover both intermedi- 
ates and finished products necessarily include much duplication. 

Total production of all synthetic organic chemicals (intermedi- 
ates and finished products combined) was 35,334 rnillion pounds 
in 1955, or 6,889 million pounds more than the output in 1954 (see 
table 6). Sales in 1955 totaled 19,593 million pounds, valued at 
4,907 million dollars, compared with sales of 15,732 million 
pounds, valued at 3,977 million dollars, in 1954. Production of all 
cyclic products (intermediates and finished cyclic products com- 
bined) in 1955 totaled 12,123 million pounds, or 32.1 percent larger 
than the 9,174 million pounds produced in 1954. Sales of all such 
cyclic products in 1955 were 7,582 million pounds, compared with 
5,764 million pounds in 1954. Production of cyclic finished products 
in 1955 totaled 6,106 million pounds and that of cyclic intermedi- 
ates, 6,016 million pounds, compared with outputs of 4,560 million 
pounds and 4,614 million pounds, respectively, in 1954. (Cyclic 
intermediates are considered more extensively in the following 
section. ) 

In 1955 the output of acyclic organic chemicals (finished acyclic 
products and acyclic intermediates combined) was 23,211 million 
pounds--20.4 percent larger than the output (19,271 million pounds) 
in 1954. 

Of the individual groups of finished synthetic organic chemicals 
having both cyclic and acyclic components, production and sales 9f 
both components were larger in 1955 than in 1954. These groups 
(and their percentage increases in production) are as follows: 
Elastomers (cyclic, 68.8 percent, and acyclic, 23.0 percent); rub- 
ber-processing chemicals (cyclic, 35.1 percent, and acyclic, 43.0 
percent); plasticizers (cyclic, 30.2 percent, and acyclic, 36.6 per- 
cent); plastics and resin materials (cyclic, 27.3 percent, and 
acyclic, 38.6 percent); medicinals (cyclic, 25.8 percent, and acyclic, 
0.8 percent); miscellaneous chemicals (cyclic, 23.6 percent, and 
acyclic, 19.4 percent); pesticides and other agricultural organic 
chemiicals (cyclic, 20.1 percent, and acyclic, 24.7 percent); 

9 



10 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

HBLZ 6. --Synthetic orgmiic cheaicala: Suauary of United States production and sales of intermediatea 
mid finished products, average 1950-54, annual 1954 and 1955 

[ Production and sales in thousands of pounds ; sales value in thousands of dollars ] 



Organic chemicals, cyclic and acyclic, 
grand total: 
Product i on 
Sales- 



Sales value- 



Cyclic, total: 
Production — 
Sales 



Sales value- 



Acyclic, total: 

Production 

Sales 



Sales value-' 



i. Intermediate 



Cycli 



Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



2. Dyes, Cyclic 



Production- 
Sales 



a. Colour Index Group 



Production 

Sales 

Sales value — 



t). Prototype Group 



Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



tverage 
1950-5A 



0. Ungrouped 



Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 

3. 



nd Lakes. Cycli 



Production 

Sales 

Sales value — 



Cyclic: 

Production — 
Sales — " 
Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



nd Per fa 



Cyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



26,708,705 

l>i,A9O,020 

3,692,368 



8,727,657 
5,552,600 
1,9W,275 



17,981,048 
8,937,420 
1,778,093 



4,281,640 

1,699,407 

305,623 



167,359 
157,223 
173,198 



118,284 
111,288 
90,147 



29,351 
27,541 
47,967 



19,724 
18,394 
35,084 



43,501 
38,197 
53,144 



51,761 
41,915 
398,867 

12,670 
10,294 
26,091 



18,689 
15,936 
22,854 

12,312 
11,881 
19,556 



28,444,747 
15,732,303 
3,977,444 



9,173,954 
5,764,463 
1,970,452 



19,270,793 
9,967,840 
2,006,992 



4,613,869 

1,792,831 

319,875 



142,982 
137,463 
160,302 



100,860 
94,839 
83,701 



29,232 
29,678 
50,035 



12,890 
12,946 
26,566 



39,981 
34,844 
53,869 



49,262 

39,900 

400,139 

16,622 
13,332 
25,696 



21,870 
18,241 
26,823 

13,437 
12,553 
20,457 



35,334,179 
19,593,361 

4,907,340 



12,122,951 
7,581,717 
2,485,768 



23,211,228 

12,011,644 

2,421,572 



6,016,480 

2,284,607 

408,046 



168,005 
155,980 
183,628 



118,986 
110,980 
96,970 



33,083 
30,469 
53,599 



15,936 
14,531 
33,059 



44,481 
38,042 
64,304 



61,965 

50,583 

435,993 

16,762 
17,950 
29,128 



24,116 
20,144 
30,961 

17,858 
15,699 
21,594 



Increase, or 
decrease (-) 



1955 
over 
1950-54 



Percent 
32.3 

35.2 
32.9 



38.9 
36.5 
29,9 



29.1 
34.4 
36.2 



40.5 
34.4 
33.5 



-.3 

7.6 



-19.2 
-21.0 
-5.8 



2.3 

-.4 
21.0 



19,7 

20,7 

9.3 

32.3 

74.4 
11,6 



29,0 
26,4 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 U 

TABLE 6.--Syf>thetic organic cheaicals: Sumwary of Uriited States production and sales of intermediatea 
and finished products, average 1950-54, annual 1954 and 1955- -Continued 

[Production and sales in thousands of pounds; sales value in thousands of dollars] 



Average 

1950-54 



Increase, or 
decrease (-) 



1955 
over 
1950-5-1 



and Besin Materials 



Cyxilic: 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 
Sales 



Sales value- 



7. Rubber-Proctssing Chemicals 

Cyclic: 
Production 

Sales — 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 



Sales value- 



(Synthetic Rubbers) 



Cyclic : 

Production — 
Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



Cyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 
Sales 



Sales value- 



10. Surface -Active Agents 



Cyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production- 
Sales 



Sales value 



11. Pesticides and Other Organi 
Agricultural Chemicals' 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales valu o 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 



Sales value- 



1,450,115 

1,194,058 

323,776 

1,055,800 
968,602 
416,943 



110,695 
82,154 
43,607 

20,301 
16,734 
12,064 



1,228,997 

1,243,149 
288,960 

461,334 
451,966 
177,098 



206,042 

159,831 

54,381 

71,021 
56,523 
23,557 



510,747 

418,230 

76,622 

300,822 

262,223 

65,955 



336,457 
277,501 
103,029 

52,022 
45,721 
17,794 



1,588,180 

1,330,509 

360,406 

1,239,623 

1,166,088 

496,087 



109,868 
85,134 
50,555 

20,057 
16,332 
11,806 



973,249 

1,028,525 

242,419 

461,713 
468,002 
193,539 



227,618 

185,781 

56,993 

73,056 
61,664 
25,004 



640,222 
577,022 
120,338 

385,614 

336,252 

76,095 



357,533 
279,103 
102,145 

61,741 
56,896 
22,356 



2,021,233 

1,650,022 

439,443 

1,717,683 

1,569,366 

638,390 



148,431 

120,639 

70,454 

28,689 
22,385 
15,340 



1,642,679 

1,643,752 

402,460 

567,764 
549,212 
242,834 



296,294 

252,834 

71,794 

99,762 
85,247 
31,911 



763,839 
705,460 
148,289 

389,342 

360,648 

93,115 



429,367 
354,102 
125,530 

77,009 
61,208 
27,242 



Percent 
39.4 
38.2 
35.7 

62.7 
62.0 
53.1 



34.1 
46.8 
61.6 

41.3 
33.8 
27.2 



33.7 
32.2 
39.3 

23.1 
21.5 
37.1 



43.8 
58.2 
32.0 

40.5 
50.8 
35.5. 



49.6 
68.7 
93.5 

29.4 
37.5 
41.2 



27.6 
27.6 
21.8 

48.0 
33.9 
53.1 



See footnote at end of table. 



12 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TAHi 6. '-Synthetic organic chemicaia: Sunmary of United States production and sales of intermediates 
and finished products , average 2950'54, annual 1954 and 1955"Cont inued 

[Production and sales in thousands of pounds; sales value in thousands of dollars] 



Average 

1950-54 



Increase, or 
decrease (-) 



1955 
over 
1950-54 



1955 
over 
1954 



Cyclic: 
Production- 
Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 
Sales 



Sales value- 



321,654 

224,998 

70,214 

15,994,766 
7,113,476 
1,019,035 



409,320 

255,110 

76, 588 

16,998,930 
7,836,721 
1,135,952 



506,061 
305,552 
104,866 

20,296,359 
9,329,929 
1,322,018 



57.3 
35.8 
49.4 

26.9 

31.2 
29.7 



cent 
23.6 

19.8 
36.9 

19.4 
19.1 
16.4 



^ Data on pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals were shown in 1951 for the first time in a 
separate section of this report; the data for 1950 have been adjusted to make them con^iarable with those for 
1951-55. 

' Data on cdscellaneoxis chomicalB given in this table exclude pesticides and other organic agricultural 
chemicals for the year 1950. Data on pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals were included with 
thoee on miscellaneous chemicals in reports for years before 1951. Statistics on miscellaneous chemicals for 
1950 have been adjusted to maJce these data comparable with those for 1951-55. 



surface-active agents (cyclic, 19.3 percent, and acyclic, l.Oper- 
cent); and flavor and perfume materials (cyclic, 10.3 percent, and 
acyclic, 32.9 percent). 

The tabulation below shows, by chemical group, the number of 
companies that reported production in 1955 of one or more of the 
chemicals included in the groups listed in table 6: 



Group 



tumber 

of 

companies 



Intermediates" 

Dyes 

Toners and lakes 

Medlcinals — 

Flavor and perfume materials 
Plastics and resin materials -- 
Rubber'processing chemicals - 



13a 
53 
41 

122 
52 

166 
25 



OroiiP 

Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) 
Plasticizers 

Surface -active agents — - 

Pesticides and other organic 

agricultural chemicals 

Miscellaneous chemicals 



Kunber 

of 

companies 

28 

52 

153 



83 
238 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Cyclic intermediates are synthetic organic chemicals derived 
principally from coal-tar crudes produced by destructive distilla- 
tion (pyrolysis) of coal and from petrolexim and natural gas. Most 
cyclic intermediates are used in the manufacture of more ad- 
vanced synthetic organic chemicals and finished products, such 
as dyes, medicinals, explosives, elastomers (synthetic rubbers), 
pesticides, and plastics and resin materials. Some intermediates, 
however, are sold as end products without further processing. For 
example, refined naphthalene may be used as a raw material in 
the manvifacture of 2-naphthol, or of other more advanced inter- 
mediates, or it may be packaged and sold as a moth repellent or 
as a deodorant. In general, the way in which the greater part of 
the output of a given chemical is consumed determines its use 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 13 

classification in this report. Table 7A^ shows statistics on pro- 
duction and sales of cyclic intermediates in 1955. Intermediates 
for which individual statistics are given in the table represent 75 
percent of the total quantity produced. Since many of the inter- 
mediates included in the statistics represent successive steps in 
production, the totals necessarily include considerable duplica- 
tion. In 1955, about one-third of the total output of cyclic inter- 
mediates was sold; the rest was consumed chiefly by the producing 
plants in the manufacture of more advanced intermediates and 
finished products. 

The total output of all cyclic intermediates in 1955 was 6,016 
million pounds, or 28.0 percent more than the previous record 
output of 4,699 million pounds reported for 1953, and 30.4 percent 
more than the 4,614 million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 
1955 amounted to 2,285 million pounds, valued at 408 million dol- 
lars, compared with 1,793 million pounds, valued at 320 million 
dollars, in 1954, and 1,874 million pounds, the previous record 
high, valued at 341 million dollars, in 1953. 

The output of many individual intermediates was substantially 
greater in 1955 than in 1954. For the first time the production of 
two intermediates exceeded 1 billion pounds; the output of ethyl- 
benzene totaled 1,080 million pounds and that of styrene, 1,014 
million pounds. Ethylbenzene is used almost entirely in the manu- 
facture of styrene, and the styrene, in turn, is used in the manu- 
facture of plastics materials and synthetic rubbers. In 1955, the 
production of phenol, used chiefly in the manufacture of phenolic 
resins, was 517 million pounds, or 23.8 percent more than the 418 
million pounds produced in 1954. The output of chlorobenzene, 
used principally in the manufacture of phenol, was 436 million 
pounds, or 18.4 percent more than the 368 million pounds produced 
in 1954. Other large-volume intermediates, the production of which 
was substantially larger in 1955 than in 1954 were cresols (61.5 
percent larger), 2, 4-dichlorophenol (56. 9 percent), nitrobenzene 
(43.5 percent), cresylic acid (37.6 percent), aniline (35.3 percent), 
refined naphthalene (31.5 percent), and phthalic anhydride (30.5 
percent). 



1^ See also uble 7B, part m. which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the 
manufacturers; part A of the appendix, which shows imports of intermediates and related products 
during 1953-55; and part C of the appendix, which is a glossary of synonymous names of cyclic 
intermediates. 



14 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TAEL£ 7A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States proddction and sales of cyclic interaediatea, 1955 

[liBted below are all cyollo Intennedlatee for which any reported data on production or sales may be pub- 
lished, (leaders are used where the reported data are accepted In confidence and may not be published or 
where no data were reported. ) Table 7B in part III lists alphabetically all cyclic Intennediatefl for ^lioh 
data on production or sales were reported and Identifies the namifacturer of each. Part C in the appe-odix 
lists alphabetically all the iii5)ortant oonmon names of cyclic interiLedlates usually met with in the trade 
and gives the corresponding standard (Chemical Abstracts) name under which data are presented in tables 7A 
and 7B] 



Chejnicals for which separate statistics may not be shown- 
Chemicalfl for which separate statistics are shown below — 



Acetanllide, tech. and U.S.P 

N-Acetylsulfanilyl chloride 

p-Aminoaoetanllide (Acetyl -p-phenylenediamine) 

2-(p-Aminoanl4J.nD)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

l-Jtoinoanthraqulnone and salt 

2-Aminoanthraquinone and salt 

6-AminD-3,A'-azobis[benzenesulfonic acid] 

l-Amino-4-benzamidoanthTaqulnone 

l-Amino-S-benzamldoanthraquinone 

6-(p-Aminoben2amldo)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid 

2-Amino-p-benzenedisulfonio acid [S03H"1] 

l-AmlnD-5-chloroanthraquinone 

2-Anino-4-chlorophenol 

2-Amino-^-chloro-l-phenol-6-sulfonlc acid 

2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonlc acid [S03H=l] 

l-Amino-A-hydroxyanthraquinone 

3-Jtaino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid (Cassella acid) 

6-Amino-l,3-naphtbfl1 enedisulfonie acid (Amino I acid) 

2-AminD-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (Tobias acid) 

5-Amino-l-naphthaleneBulfonlc acid (Laurent's acid) 

5-Aroino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (1,6-Cleve's acid) 

5 (and 8)-AminD-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (Cleve's acid, mixed) — 

6-Amlno-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (Broenner's acid) 

8-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonio acid (Perl acid) 

8-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (1,7-Cleve's acid) 

8-Amino-2-naphthol 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonlo acid (H acid), monosodlum salt- 
8-Aiiiino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid (Chicago acid), 

monosodimn salt 

l-Amlno-2-naphthol-A-sulfonic acid (1,2,'i-Acld) 

6-Amino-l-nflphthol-3-sulfonio acid (I acid), sodium salt 

7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid), sodium salt 

2-Amino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid [ S03H=l] 

2-Amino-'»-nitrciphenDl 

p-Aminophenol and salts 

2-Amino-l-phenol-4- sulfonamide 

2-Amino-l-phenol-'i-sulfonic acid 

p-(p-Aminophenylazo)benzenesulfonic acid 

4.-Jtoino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [Sd3H=l] 

16-Amlno\riolanthrone 

2-Amino-3,5-3cylenesulfonlc acid [ S03H=l) 

Aniline (Aniline oil)— - — 

Anilinomethanesulfouic acid and salt 

8-Anllino-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (Phenyl perl acid) 

7-Anillno-l-naphthDl-3-Bulfonlo acid (Phenyl gamma acid) 

Anthranillc acid (o-Mlnobenzoic acid) 

Anthra[l,9]pyrazol-6(2H)-one (Pyiazoleanthrone) 

1,5-AnthraqulnDnedisulfonic acid and salt 

l,5(and 1,8)-Anthraquinonedisulfonic acid and salt 

2,6-AnthraqulnDnediBulfonio acid and salt 

1-Anthraquinonesulfonlc acid and salt 

3-(l-Anthraquinonylamino)-7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one 

l-(l-Anthraquinonyl)-l,2-hydrazlnedlsulfonlc acid, disodium salt- 

Anthrarufln (1,5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone) 

Benzaldehyde , tech 

l-Benzamido-4-chloroanthraquinone 

l-Benzamido-5-ohloroanthraquinone 

7H-Benz[de]anthraoen-7-one (Benzanthrone) 

Benzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

Benzidine hydrochloride and sulfate 

Benzllic acid 

Benzoic acid, tech 

o-Benzoylbenzolc acid 

Benzylamine 

Benzyl ether (Wbenzyl ether) 

(4,'i'-Bl-7H-benz[de] aiithracen)-7,7 '-dione 

l,<i-Bls[l-anthraqulnonylamino1 -anthraquinone 

3,9-Bis[l-anthraqulnonylamino] -7H-benz[de] anthracen-7-one 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 

6,016,480 



1,481,578 
4,534,902 



2,904 

2,450 

291 

89 

689 

867 

56 

62 

182 

28 

10 

93 

24 

47 

905 

14 

183 

1,037 

3,346 

190 

181 

132 

84 

576 

278 

87 

3,273 

119 

1,789 

848 

913 

59 
109 
268 

28 
152 
156 
362 

30 

15 

131,761 

215 

219 

14 
404 

23 
673 
205 
332 
1,920 
197 

53 

176 

1,725 

68 

Ul 

1,972 

1,392 



6,207 



Sales 



Quantity Value 



1.000 

pounds 

2,284,607 



547,652 
1,736,955 



573 
119 
140 



2,575 
112 



1,826 



1,000 
dol lars 

408,046 



138,579 
269,467 



757 
155 



59,658 
28 



1,690 



2,345 



1,388 



202 

2U 



Unit 
ralue^ 



Per 
pound 

$0.18 



11,571 
54 



20 
680 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 

7A.'-Synthetic orgtnlc cheaicala: United States production and aalea of cytclic intermediatea, 

1955 -^ Continued 



15 



^j^'-atBfdlBB'UiylanljiDJ'beiizbydrol (Mlchler's hydrol) — 
A,4'-BlB[dlmetliylaBlno]beiizoplieiiDiie (Mlchler's ItEtone)- 
3-Bra»3-7H-l)en2[de]aiitliraoeii-7-on5 (BTanDbenzanthrone)- 

l-Chloroanthraquinone 

2-Chloroaiithraquinone — "•* 

Chlorobenzese, memo — — 

o-(p-Clilorobenzo7l)t)enzolc acid 

l-(ailoro-2,4-dinltrobeiizeue (Dinltrochlorobenzene) 

4- and 5-Chlorcmetaiilllc acids, total 

6-Chlorcmetaiilllc acid 

l-C!hloro-2-iaett;y1 snthraqulnone 

2-Chloro-'i-iiitroaiiiline ( o-Ghloro-p-nltroanlllne ) 

4-Chloro-2-nltroaniline (p-Chloro-o-nltroanillne) 

l-Chloro-S-nitroanthraquliione 

l-Chloro-S-nltroanthraqulnoiifi • 

4-Cliloro-3-nltrobenzenesulfonflmlde 

2-Cliloro-5-nltrobenzeiiesulfoiilc acid 

<;-Chlopo-3-iiltrol)enzenESulfoiilc acid 

4-Chloro-2-nitropheiiDl 

(p-Chloroplieiiyl)aoetonitrlle 

a-cailorotoluene (Benzyl chloride) 

4-Caaoro-o-toluldliie[NH2=l] (Fast red TR base) 

e-Collldlne Uj-^jfe-Trimethylpyridlne) 



Creflolfi, total^ 

CresolB, (o-), (m-), and (p-), total- 
Cresola, (m,p-) and (o,m,p-), total^- 



Creeylic acid, refined, total^- 

Frcan coal tar 

From petroleum 



1,4-DiaminDanthraquinDne 

1^5-I)laminoanthraqulnone 

2,6-Diaminoanthraquinone 

2,A-DiaminDbenzenesuli'orilc acid 

2,2'-DiamlnD-5,5'-bi-m-toluenesulfonio acid 

i,4'-Dlaminodiphenrlamlne-2-Eulfonic acid 

<i,'V'-W.amino-2,2 '-stllbenedlsulfonic acid 

l,5-DianilinD-2,6-anthraquinonedicarboxylic acid 

A,5'-Dlbenzaiiiido-l,l',-lmiiiodianttiraqulncine 

1,5 -Dibepzoylnaphthn 1 ene 

3,9-Dibramo-7H-benz[de]anthraoen-7-one 

2,5-Dichloroaniline and hydrochloride [NH2=1] 

1,5-DlchloroanthraquinDne 

1,8-Dichloroanthraquinone 

o-Dichlorobenzene 

p-Dichlorobenzene 

3,3'-Dlohlorobenzidine base and salts 

2,5-Dichloro-4-(3-methyl-5-aio-2-pyTazolin-l-yl)benzene8ulfonic acid- 

l,4-Dlchloro-2-nitrobenzene (Nitro-p-dichlorobenzene) 

2,4-DlchlorophenDl 

2,5-Dichloroeulfanlllc acid [SOsHn] 

N,N-M.ethyl-3-aDlnopheiiol 

N,N-Diethylanlline 

6,7-WhydrcD^-2-naphthaleBesulfonlc acid 

16,17-KLhydroxyviolanthrone (Dihydraicydibenzanthrone) 

m-KLmethaxybenzene 

N,N- Dime thy lanillne 

2,2 '-Dime thyl-l,l'-bianthraquinDne 

p-(2,'i-DlnitroanllinD)phenol 

A,4'-Dlnitro-2,2'-stilbei£difl\ilfonic acid, dlsodium salt 

l,<»-Dl(p-toluldlno)anthraqulnone 

Dodecylbenzenes* 

N-Ethylanlllne, refined 

2-(N-Ethylanillno)ethanDl 

a-(N-EthylanillnD)-p-toluenesulfonic acid 

Ethylbenzene 

N-Ethyl-N-phenylbem^lamlne (N,N-Ethylbenzylaniline) 

o-Foi3aylbenzeneBulfanic acid (o-Sulfobenzaldel^rde) 

p-I^drazinobenzenesulfonic acid 

l-J^droxyanthraquinone 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphtholc acid (B.O.N.) 



l,l'-IminDbis 



Ijl'-Iminobis 
6,6'-IiBlnobis 



4-aniinoanthraquinDne ] - 



l,l'-IminoblB <i-benzamidoanthraq\ilnone 1- 



S-benzamidoanthraqiiinDne ] 

_l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid] 

ijl'-lainodlanthraquinone ( Dlanthrlnide ) 

laoTlolanthrone ( Isodlbenzanthrone ) 

Leuco-l,4-diamlnDanthrBqulnDiie 

Leuco iiulnlzarln (1,4,9,10-AnthratetPol) 



3m f oo t aof at esd of table. 



1.000 
poundi 

10 

106 

220 

205 

638 

435,593 

1,323 

';,205 

42 

12 

222 

358 

410 

99 

36 

132 

221 

258 

85 

12,214 
163 



35,591 



7,658 
27,933 



(Jiantity Value ^, 



1.000 
pounds 



55,195 



3 
4,062 



7,594 
25,657 



33,073 
32,832 

58 

191 

248 

58 

6 

70 

645 

27 

195 

97 

72 

318 

84 

114 

25,648 

57,096 

1,168 

100 

818 

27,003 

27 

198 

843 

323 

571 

145 

7,205 

152 

27 

1,222 

91 

389,160 

969 

154 

442 

1,079,830 

677 

153 

140 

11 

4,426 

151 

23 

101 

10 

123 

77 

230 

140 



58,097 
31,387 
26,710 



1,000 
dollars 



4,412 



818 

12 

5,693 



2,562 
3,131 



5,354 



3,364 
1,990 



Per 
pound 



2.67 
.20 



19,224 
47,294 



371,936 



3,637 



1,457 



2,412 
6,019 



124 
39,733 



1,563 



.13 
.13 



1.41 
.11 



16 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE 7A. --Synt/iefic organic chemicals: United States proiiiction and sales of cyclic intermediatea. 

J955- -Continued 



Ifetanlllo acid (m-imtnotienzeneBulfonlc acid) 

o-lfetharyanillnomethaiieeulfoiilc acid and sodium salt 

l-KfetliylamiiiDaiithraquliione 

2-Uetljyl-l-nl'troaiithraquinDiie 

p-(3-Jfctliyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazolin-l-yl)'benzenesulfonlc acid 

3-lfetl3yl-l-phenyl-2-pyTazollii-5-oiie (Developer Z) 

Naphthalene, solidifying at 79°C., or atore (refined flate), total- 

From Anerican crude naphthalene 

From in^jorted crude naphthalene 



1,5-Naphthalenedisulfonio acid 

Naphthlonlc acid, sodium salt 

1-Naphthol (a-Naphthol) 

2-Naphthol-3,6-diBulfonlc acid, and disodium salts ■ 

2-Naphthol-6,8-diEulfonlo acid (G acid) 

l-Naphthol-5-EUlfonlo acid and sodium salt 

l-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthol-6-sulfonic acid (Schaeffer's acid) 

1,8-Naphthosultoiie 

Naphth[2,l]o2adiazole-5-sulfonio acid 

2-Naphthylajiiine (P-Naphthylamlne) 

2-Naphthylmercaptoacetic acid (p-Naphthylthloglycollo aold) 

m-Nitroanillne 

2-Nitro-p-aniBidine[NH2=l] 

A-Nitro-o-anisidine (NHj^l] 

5-Nitro-o-anisidine[NH2=l] 

l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarbaxylic acid 

5-Nltro-l-anthraqulnonesulfonic acid 

Nitrobenzene 

m-Nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid 

l-(m-Nitrophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxyllc acid 

5-Nitro-o-toluenesulfonlc acid [S03H=ll 

2-Nitro-p-toluldine [nH2=1] " ""' 

-;-Nitro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] " 

16-NitroTiolanthrDne 

Nonylphenol " 

5-CKo-l-(p-Bulfophenyl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylie acid (t^rrazolone T) 

Phenol, grand total^ 

Natural, total 

From coal tar 

From petroleum 

^mthetlc, total 

From cumene 

Other synthetic 



Phenylacetic acid (a-Toluic acid), all grades 

Phecylacetio acid, potassium salt 

Phenylacetonitrile (a-Tolunitrile) 

p-Phenylazoanlline (p-Aminoazobenzene) and hydrochloride 

m-Phenylenediamlne 

o-Phei^lenediamine ; 

Phenylglyolne, potassium and sodium salts, total 

2,2'-(Phenyliiiiino)diethanol 

Phthalic anhydride 

Phthalimide 

Plcollnes, total' 

Prlmuline base 

Pyridine' ' 

Qulnaldine 

Quinizarin 

Salicylic acid, tech 

Styrene, all grades 

<;,4'-Sulfonyldiphenol (4,i -Dihydroxydiphenylsulfone) 

Tetrabromo-8,16-pyTanthrenedione 

l,'i,5,8-Tetraohloroanthraqulnone 

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 

l,'4,5,8-TetraldB[l' ,l",l"' , l" " -anthraquinDnylamino] anthraqulnone 

( Pentaanthramide ) 

3,3 '-Thiobis[7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one] 

o-Tolidine and salts 

Toluene -2, 4-diamlne (A-m-Tolylenediamine) 

6-p-Toluidinometanilic acid 

o-(p-Toluyl)benzoic acid 

4-(o-Tolylazo)-o-toluidine ( o- Amlnoazotoluene ) 

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 

a,a,a-Trlchlorotoluene ( Benzotrichloride ) 

6,6'-Ureylenebis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid] (I acid urea) 

Veratraldehyde (3,A-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde) 

See footnates at end of table. 



pounds 
1,957 
62 



284 

61 
410 



Quantity 



1.000 
pounds 



48,055 



61,661 
31,873 

313 

1,212 

735 

1,156 

1,54Q 

82 

20 

286 

71 

965 

1,284 

136 

291 

99 

131 

336 

112 

124 

175,865 

1,091 

19 

2,217 

1,945 

8 

98 

16,263 

42 

516,679 



30,662 

17,393 



1.000 
dol tart 

10 



430 



6,013 



3,872 
2,141 



Per 
pound 

$0.67 



,417 
867 



41,676 
37,866 
3,810 

475,003 
69,742 

405,261 

238 
836 

1,139 
169 
952 
300 

3,923 

491 

331,351 

"i,873 

UA 

1,554 

36 

1,125 

1,013,940 

369 

24 

31 

5,156 

78 

89 

319 

1,903 

65 

768 

444 

15,224 

352 



280,343 



39, ue 

35,637 

3,509 

241,197 
61,942 

179,255 

219 
799 

372 



271,366 

10 

1,841 

1,603 



1,860 
454,305 



527 
22 



921 
322 



1,522 



41,427 



5,128 

4,635 

493 

36,299 
9,075 

27,224 

131 
359 

201 



109 

51,940 

7 

903 

1,068 

63 

990 

77,685 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



17 



TABX 7A, "Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of cyclic intermediates, 

19 55 --Continued 



Quantity Value 



Unit 
value ^ 



Vlolanthrone ( Dlbenzanthrone ) 

Xylenols, medium b.p 

Xylldine (original mixture) 

2jA-, 2,5-, 3,A-, and (o-,p-)-Xylidines, total- 



pounds 



1.000 
dollars 



577 
102 
537 
170 



^ Unit values calculated on i\Dunded figures. 

^ Includes data for coke ovens and gas-retort ovens, reported to the Division of BltuminouB Coal, U. S. 
Bureau of Mines, and for tar and petroleum refineries and other producers, reported to the U. S. Tariff 
Ccamlsslon. 

' Includes some mixed cresols. 

* Includes keryl-type tenzenes. 

' Includes data for coke ovens and gas-retort ovens, reported to the DivlBlon of Bituminous Coal, U. S. 
Bureau of Ulnes, and for tar refineries and other producers, reported to the U. S. Tariff Commisaion. 



Dyes 



Table 8A2 shows United States production and sales of dyes in 
1955, total and by individual dyes, grouped by Colour Index num- 
ber and prototype nvimber. Total production of dyes in 1955 was 
168 nnillion pounds; this output was 17.5 percent more than the 
143 million pounds produced in 1954, but 14. 3 percent less than 
the record output of 196 million pounds in 1950. Sales in 1955 
amounted to 156 million pounds, valued at 184 million dollars, 
compared with 137 million pounds, valued at I6O million dollars, 
in 1954--13.5 percent more in quantity and 14.6 percent nnore in 
value. 

Dyes for which separate statistics are given in table 8A 
represent 81.0 percent of the total quantity of all dyes produced 
in 1955. In 1955, as in previous years, dyes grouped by Colour 
Index number accounted for the greater part of the output of all 
dyes (70.8 percent). The production of Colour Index dyes was 119 
million pounds in 1955, compared with an output of 101 million 
pounds in 1954--an increase of 18.0 percent. Sales of Colour Index 
dyes totaled 111 million pounds, valued at 97 million dollars, in 
1955, compared with 95 million pounds, valued at 84 million dol- 
lars, in 1954--17.0 percent more in quantity and 15.8 percent 
more in value. Production of prototype dyes in 1955 was 33 mil- 
lion pounds, or 13.2 percent more than the 29 million pounds pro- 
duced in 1954. The sales of these dyes in 1955 totaled 30 million 
pounds, valued at 54 million dollars, compared with 30 million 
pounds, valued at 50 million dollars, in 1954. Production of un- 
grouped dyes in 1955 was 16 million pounds, compared with 13 
million pounds in 1954--an increase of 23.6 percent. Sales of 
these dyes in 1955 amounted to 15 million pounds, valued at 33 
million dollars, compared with 13 million pounds, valued at 27 
million dollars, in 19 54 --12. 2 percent more in quantity and 24.4 
percent more in value. 



t See also fable 8B, part m, which lists these products and identifies the manufacturers, 
and part A (table 28) of the appendix, which shows imports of dyes during 1953-55. 



18 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE 8A. --Synthetic organic chealcala: United States production and aalea of coal-tar dyea, 195S 



[Listed below are all coal-tar dyes for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. 
(Leaders are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or where 
no data were reported.) Table 8B In part III lists all dyes for which data on production or sales were 
reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Colour 
Index 

or 
Proto- 
type 
No. 



Dye 



Dyes for which separate statistics may not be shown- 
Pyes for which septate statistics are shown below — 

DYES CaiOUPED BY COLOUR INDEX NOMBER 



Aio Dyea 
Uonoazo Dyes 

17 Spirit yellow H 

19 Oil yellow 

20 ChryBoidlne Y 

21 Chrysoldine R 

2A Sudan I • 

27 Orange Q 

31 Amido naphthol red G 

36 Chrcme yellow 2G 

AO Chrojue yellow R 

57 Amido naphthol red 6B 

68 Faet scarlet G base 

68 Fast scarlet G salt 

69 FaBt red QL salt 

73 Sudan II 

79 Ponceau R 

88 FsBt red B 

98 Chrtme brown R 

llA Azo eosine G- 

117 Fast red, B salt 

118 Fast scarlet H base 

118 Fast scarlet R salt 

138 Metanil yellow 

145 Azoflavine BS 

151 Orange II 

161 Orange R 

176 Fast red A 

179 Azo rublne ; 

180 Fast red VR 

185 Cochineal red A 

195 Itordant yellow 

197 Chrome yellow RN 

202 Chrome blue black R 

203 Chrome black T 

204 Chrome black A 

216 Acid chrome red B 

Disazo Dyes 

234 Hesorcin brown 

235 Resorcin dark brown 

246 Acid black lOB 

247 Azo dark green A 

252 Brilliant crocelne M 

274 Milling orange 

275 Cloth scarlet G 

278 Direct faat red 8BL 

289 Fast acid cyanine 5R ex - 

299 Acid chrome black F 

304 Fast acid black 2BN 

307 Fast acid cyanine black B 

319 Direct fast heliotrope 

326 Direct fast scarlet 

327 Direct fast scarlet 4BA 

331 Bismarck brown G 

332 Bismarck brown R 

343 Chrome fast yellow C 

346 Direct faBt yeUow SQL 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1.000 
pounda 

168,005 



31,979 
136,026 



118,986 



88 

105 

565 

17D 

872 

430 

288 

88 

67 

71 

33 

108 

132 

129 

298 

41 

84 

71 

264 

U3 

766 

363 

45 

936 

401 

U2 

105 

107 
26 

'ii883 

2,237 

119 

28 



387 

302 
1,343 



Quantity 



22 
299 

304 
151 
282 
221 

967 
283 
122 
898 



1.000 
pounds 
155,980 



27,055 
128,925 



110,980 



1.000 
dolUrt 
183,628 



511 

173 

764 

417 

337 

77 

75 

70 

110 

140 

136 

274 

54 

97 

68 

236 

159 

796 

312 

20 

893 

388 

138 

86 

31 

91 

20 
1,533 
2,090 



418 

313 

1,429 

28 
318 

26 

14 
272 
345 
U2 
286 
235 

21 
856 
259 
126 
934 

15 



43,583 
140,045 



96,970 



116 

95 

387 

122 

759 

409 

280 

74 

85 

75 

153 
130 
175 
196 



239 

215 

651 

307 

71 

522 

271 

146 

90 

32 

81 



1,U7 
2,405 



440 

340 

1,308 

42 
525 

22 

24 
580 
366 
237 
368 
■288 

74 

1,536 

486 

85 
899 

17 

25 



Unit 
value^ 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I955 

UL'-Smthetic orgmic cheaicaim: United States prodiction and tales of coal-tar dyea. 
1955- -Cootifiued 



19 



353 

3(A 
365 

370 
375 
382 
3«7 
394 
«)1 
AOb 
415 
419 
420 
423 
430 
443 
44d 
466 
487 
499 
502 
512 
518 
520 



539 
561 
581 
582 
583 
589 
593 
596 
598 



620 
621 

622 



636 
639 
640 
642 
652 
653 



Dtb 



DIBS aaOnPED BT COLOnR IMDBC IHBIBZR— continued 

Azo Dyf--ContlnueA 

Dlsaao Dyee — Cantlnued 



Direct fast pink 2BL 

Brilliant yellow 

ChiyBophenlne Q " 

Congo red ' 

Congo corijjth G — ~ 

Direct scarlet B 

Direct violet B 

Direct Tiolet N 

Dereloped ))laok BH ■ 

Direct 1)1110 2B-— 

Direct orange R -~ — 

Direct fast red T 

Direct brown U 

Direct brom B 

Polar red 

Benzopuipurine 4B- 

Benzo new blue 5B 

Acid anthracene red 3B 

Fast blue B salt 

Direct azurlne G ~ 

Direct blue R» 

Direct sky blue FT 

Direct pure blue 



Oiantlty 



Trieazo I^es 



Direct fast black FF- 

Direot brown BT 

Direct black CT 

Direct black RX 

Direct green ET 

Chloramine green B--- 

Direct green B 

Direct brown 3 GO 

Congo brown G 



Stilbent Dyes 



Direct yellow R 

Chloramine orange G — 
Stilbene yellow 



Pyrazolone Dyes 



Fast light yellow G— 
Xylene light yellow— 

Tartrazine 

Polar yellow 

Chrome red B 

Pyrazol orange 



Ketonimine Dyes 



Triphenylmethane and Diphenylnaphthylmetha 



657 Malachite green 

658 Rhodullne blue 60 

662 Brilliant green 

666 Acid green B 

667 Fast acid green B 

671 Acid glauclne blue 

676 Para fuchsine 

680 Methyl violet B and base- 

681 Crystal violet 

682 Ethyl violet 

698 Acid violet 

720 Acid chrome azurol B 

722 Acid chrome oyanine R 

729 Victoria blue B 

735 Naphthalene green V 

See footnotes at end of table. 



i.OOO 
pounds 

37 
311 
477 
139 

74 
128 

22 
2,687 
630 
116 
162 
354 

210 

606 
38 
23 

125 
99 
39 

350 



217 
128 
6,113 
371 
219 
75 
658 
720 
188 



697 
74 
904 



41 
196 
422 
69 
73 
34 



417 
13 
93 

124 
41 

656 

21 

1,464 

491 
40 

124 
65 

161 



1,000 
pounds 

30 

310 

350 

133 

103 

116 

11 

15 

2,562 

601 

U6 

175 

386 

4 

221 

U 

578 

34 

42 

103 

86 

38 

337 

67 



225 
1A6 
6,111 
417 
189 



615 
716 
203 



727 
84 
877 



46 

195 

352 

61 

78 



96 
138 

36 
560 

1,199 
523 

43 
111 

59 

14 
143 

52 



Unit 
Taliie^ 



i.OOO 
dollars 

83 
495 
834 
116 
132 
232 

14 

28 

1,847 

264 

99 

211 

41A 

5 

360 

22 
711 

78 

67 
105 
111 

68 
607 

62 



238 
339 
3,686 
312 
171 

498 
585 
159 



Per 
pound 

$2.77 

1.60 

2.38 

.87 

1.28 

2.00 

1.40 

1.87 

.72 

.44 

.85 

1.21 

1.07 

1.25 

1.63 

2.00 

1.23 

2.29 

1.60 

1.02 

1.29 

1.78 

1.80 

.93 



1.06 

2.32 

.60 

.75 

.90 

".81 
.82 
.78 



645 

82 

1,044 



86 
341 
526 
134 
130 

53 



1,429 



805 
91 
253 
142 
127 
564 

1,371 
1,446 
117 
191 
171 
47 
398 
139 



.89 

.98 

1.19 



1.87 
1.75 
1.49 
2.20 
1.67 
1.71 



1.91 
3.37 
2.64 
1.03 
3.53 
1.01 

i.u 

2.76 
2.72 
1.72 
2.90 
3.36 
2.78 
2.67 



20 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE 6A.--Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production mid males of coal-tar dyes, 

i955- -Continued 



Dye 



OifiBtlty 



DIBS aBODPID HI COLCfDR IHDEC MnUBER—Contiiiued 
Xanthine Dyet 

Hhod amine B cone, lOOjt- 

Fluorescein 

Uranlne (Fluorescein, nlVnH salt) 

Quinoline Dyet 
Oilnoline yellow 

Thiazole Dyes 

Prlnuline 

Direct fast yellow 

Azine Dyei 

Wool fast blue 

Safranine 

Induline, water-soluble 

Thiazine Dyet 
Methylene blue 

Sulfur or Sulfide Dyes 
Total^ - 

Sulfur black 

Sulfur blue 

Sulfur olive 

All other 

Anthraquinone Dyes 

Alizarin VI 

Alizarin red S 

Acid alizarin blue SE 

Acid alizarin blue B 

Alizarin Irieol R 

Alizarin cyanlne green 

Anthraquinone blue black B 

Acid anthraquinone sky blue B 



pounds 



Anthraqui 



Vat Dyet 



Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Vat navy blue 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 
Anthraquinone 



vat golden orange G, 12^ 

vat scarlet G, 16-2/3^ 

vat dark blue BO, 25^1- 



vat Jade green, 6^ 

vat green B and black B, 12-3/2^- 

vat Violet 2R, 12-1/2* 

vat blue GCD, 8-1/35' 

vat yellow G, 12-l/2jt 

vat oUve R, 12-1/2'jC- 

vat brown R, 12-1/2^ 

vat brown G, 12-1/2^ 

vat violet BN, 25* 



Indigoid and Thioindigoid Dyes 



Indigo, synthetic, 20*- — 
Bromlndigo blue 2BD, 16^- 
Vat red 3B, 20* 

Vat orange R, 10* 



Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Dyes 



Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Colors 



Blue #1- 
Blue #2- 



186 

116 

57 



U6 
320 



25,572 



16,268 

3,737 



5,369 



239 
11 
58 

615 

392 

1A2 

26 



761 

589 

662 

673 

6,286 

2,938 

958 

2,482 

1,3«3 
1,123 

1,010 
200 



12,518 
526 
112 
552 



1,795 



1,585 



156 
30 



115 
319 



88 

204 
20 



25,401 



1,000 
dollars 

676 
60 

U5 



129 

516 



16, 145 

3,591 

181 

5,484 



55 
533 

lA 
393 
135 

26 



237 

350 
560 
662 

6,027 

2,569 
720 

2,783 
83 

1,0U 
830 
998 
159 



11,566 
532 
107 
461 



1,693 



1,494 



29 



234 

480 

22 



6,639 



3,393 

1,242 

67 

1,937 



363 

25 

• 190 

1,466 

78 

1,057 

275 

U2 



446 

930 
1,159 
1,242 
4,3W 
2,067 
1,248 
3,382 

120 
1,127 
1,350 
1,262 

868 



3,327 
419 

178 
665 



6,402 



5,675 



pound 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 

TiBLB sli — Synthetic organic cbmicala: United States production end salea of coal-tar dyea, 

I955--Contlnued 



21 



Vje 



Qiantlty 



DIES QROnPED BY COLOUR INDEX NIIMBER— Continued 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Oye» --Continued 
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Colors — Continued 

Orange #1 

Red #1 

Red #2 - 

Red #3 

Red H 

Yellow #1, #3, #4 

YeUow #5 

Yellow #6 

All other 

Drug and Cosmetic Colors 

Total^ 

Red #7- 

Red #9 

Red #21 

Red #34 

Red #12 

Red # 13 

Red # 19 

Red #36- — 

Yellow # 5 

All other 

All Other Dyes Grouped by Colour Index Nuaber 

Total 

DYES GROUPED BY PHOTOTYPE NUMBER 

Total 

Acid alizarin flavine R 

Acid anthracene brown PG- 

Acid chrome blue 2R 

Algol yellow GC 

Alizarin direct blue A2G 

Alizarin supra blue A 

Anthracene chromate brown EB 

Benzo Bordeaux 6B 

Benzo chrome black blue B — — 

Benzo copper blue B 

Benzo fast black L 

Benzo fast blue AGL 

Benzo red 12B 

Brilliant benzo violet B 

Brilliant milling blue B 

Celliton orange GR 

Chlorantine fast brown BRL 

Chlorantine fast yellow AGL 

Cibaoete sapphire blue G 

Diamine Bordeaux B 

Diamine catechine 3G 

Diamine fast blue FFB 

Diamine fast orange EG 

Diamine faet orange ER 

Diaminogen blue N2B 

Dlazo Bordeaux 7B 

Diazo brilliant green 3G 

Diazo brilliant scarlet 2BL ex 

Diazo brilliant scarlet ROA 

Diazo fast red 5 BL 

Diazo fast red 7BL 

Fast scarlet 2G salt 

Guinea caimine B . 

Guinea fast red BL 

Hellndon pink R ex 

Indanthrene brilliant orange RK 

Indanthrene brown BR 

Indanthrene brown RRD 

Indanthrene VbulH 2G 



See footnotes at end of table. 



000 


1,000 


1 


000 


ands 


pounds 


dollars 


220 


193 




539 


133 


131 




654 


381 


387 




1,228 


2A 


23 




449 


55 


40 




174 




100 




254 


361 


303 




921 


204 


227 




699 


161 


61 




358 



9 

152 



16,484 



33,083 



24 

2,084 
18 
56 

139 
21 
30 
35 

U7 
72 



77 
631 
253 
213 

66 

64 
153 
123 

39 
251 



259 
12 

17 
949 
466 
1,083 
715 
395 



13,381 



30,469 



30 
25 
65 

6 
10 

7 

110 

13 



12,799 



53,599 



12 


14 


40 


94 


8 


12 


,796 


2,436 


14 


46 


49 


218 


153 


239 


18 


24 


85 


116 


37 


43 


169 


325 


73 


192 


10 


33 


56 


114 


8 


22 


63 


85 


662 


505 


263 


447 


214 


574 


71 


99 


62 


77 


164 


336 


133 


257 


47 


82 


242 


426 


22 


71 


20 


55 


47 


166 


22 


51 


6 


19 


25 


66 


253 


248 


16 


18 


27 


53 


947 


1,457 


278 


502 


926 


1,840 


669 


1,151 


505 


694 



22 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE 8A.--Synthetic organic chemicals: United States prediction and sales of coal-tar dyes, 

19 55- -Continued 



Dye 



(Jiiantlty 



trees GROUPED BY PROTOTYPE NUMBER— Continued 

Indanthrene rublne R -~ 

MlUing yellow H5C3 

Neolan blue GG 

Qxydlamlnogen OB 

Paper red A ex 

Rapldogen blue BN 

Rapidogen blue D 

Rapldogen red GS 

Rapidogen red RS 

Rapidogen scarlet RS 

Rapldogen yellow G 

Roeanthrene fast Bordeaiix 2BL 

Rosanthrene orange R 

Sulphon yellow R 

Victoria fast violet 2R ex 

Victoria pure blue B 

Zambesi black D 

Alizarin fast gray BBLW 

Brilliant indooyanine G 

Celliton fast blue FR 

Celliton fast blue FFR 

Celliton fast blue green B 

Celliton fast brown 3R 

Celliton fast pink B 

Celliton fast pink FF3B 

Celliton fast red GG 

Celliton fast red violet RN 

Celliton fast rubine B 

Celliton fast rubine 3B 

Celliton fast violet 6B 

Celliton fast yellow G 

Celliton scarlet B 

Celliton yellow 5G 

Chlorantlne fast red 5BRL 

Fast blue BB base 

Fast Bordeaux GP base 

Fast Bordeaux GF salt 

Fast orange GC salt 

Fast orange GR salt 

Fast orange RD salt 

Fast red AL salt 

Fast red 3GL base 

Fast red 3GL salt 

Fast red KB base 

Fast red KB salt 

Fast red RC salt 

Fast red TR salt 

Sirius supra turquoise blue GL 

Indanthrene brilliant violet 33 

Indanthrene direct black RB 

Indanthrene golden orange 3G 

Indanthrene golden yellow GK 

Indanthrene golden yellow RK 

Indanthrene olive green B 

Monochrome black blue G 

Naphthol AS— - 

Naphthol AS-BO - 

Naphthol AS-BR 

Naphthol AS-BS - 

Naphthol AS-D 

Naphthol AS-G - - 

Naphthol AS-OL - 

Naphthol AS-RL— — 

Naphthol AS-SW - 

Naphthol AS-TR— 

Neolan yellow GR 

Palatine fast green BLN 

Palatine fast marine blue REN 

Palatine fast pink BN 

Palatine fast yellow ELN 

Rapidogen blue N 

Rapidogen golden yellow R 

Rapidogen orange R 

Rapidogen violet B 

Cotonerol 

Fast red ITR base 



1.000 
dollars 



102 

12 

386 

689 

9 
137 
253 
125 
164 
105 



33 
93 

207 

35 
11 
68 
606 
107 



37 
19 
95 
5A 
257 
166 



316 
51 



569 
137 
506 
678 
918 

1,36A 

1,00A 



268 
360 

81 

20 

20 
65 



99 

12 

274 

705 

139 

12 

136 

262 

124 

156 

104 

16 

77 

25 

72 

144 

27 

44 

10 

76 

558 

43 
82 
14 
60 
28 



250 
143 



204 
13 



41 

30 
116 

84 
325 

70 

16 
6 

71 
548 
106 
779 
522 
736 

73 
1,193 

60 
756 

29 

14 
102 
255 

30 



83 

18 

780 

3 



264 

31 
458 
834 
329 

35 
243 
398 
200 
306 
202 

40 
272 

38 

96 
439 

43 
190 

70 
215 
760 

75 



67 

19 

82 

139 

389 

185 

48 

397 

80 

26 

63 

70 

32 

83 

169 

58 

227 

165 

25 

8 

133 

1,349 

293 

912 

1,009 

1,334 

167 

1,490 

244 

815 

67 

50 

247 

477 

109 

115 

52 

1,000 

92 

114 

64 

23 

85 

131 

90 

178 



pound 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 

TABLE 8K. -Synthetic organic cheaicalB: United States production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 

1955- -Continued 



23 



Dye 



ftiantity 



DYES GROUPED BY PROTOTYPE NUMBER— Continued 

Fast red ITR salt 

Slrlus supra gray VOL 

Indanthrene orange ^R 

Naphthol AS-BO- - 

Neolan pink B 

Chlorantine fast Bordeaux 2B 

Chlorantine fast red 6BLL 

Chlorazol blue 5GKS 

Sirius light blue KBGL 

Chlorantine fast violet 2HL 

Fast red PDC base 

Fast red PDC salt 

Caloofast spirit orange RN 

Cellltazol AZN- 

Cbrame fast green Q 

Eastman fast yellow GLF 

Indanthrene olive T 

Naphthol AS-MX - 

Naphthol AS-PH 

Pontamlne black AWG 

Pontamlne navy blue DB 

Solantlne orange AG 

Sirius supra yellow R ex 

Naphthol AS-KB - - 

Nyafonn blue 2B 

All other dyes grouped by prototype number 

UKGROUPED DYES 
Total 

Acetate rayon dyes, total (see table 10 for total 

of all acetate rayon dyes)* 

Black, B, EC, 3G, GGN, GS, GY, J, JRtf, LNB, NC, 
PL, R, RB, SS' 

Blue #15, A8-7, A8-A5, B, 2B, BG, BP, BR, CR, EC, 
FSl, G, 2G, 6G, GBN, GFD, GLF, GLT, GP, OR, GSF, 
GSFR, OSS, LB, ' LWGF, MJ, NBN, NBNJ, NR, NSP, 
NVY, NW, RB, RBN, RDA, RG, R, 2R, 3R, AR, SS, 
WNBN* - 

Red VI-X, B, 2B, 3B, BFS, 2B-GLF, ABLL, C, G, GLF, 
GSF, NB, NGLF, R, RP, Y, YP'' 

Scarlet III, B, FS, GSF, R 

Yellow CW, FSl, G, 3G, 5G, 8GLF, GL, GR, III, IX, 
V, N, PGA, R, 5R, 2RGLF, ARL, 4RLA, ABU, RN, YL*- 

All other acetate rayon dyes 

Acid violet BD, R, 2R, 3RL, RNL 

Azoic dyes and their components, total (see table 10 
and table 14 for data on all azoic dyes and their 
components ) ' 

Direct black AP, CW, 3G, 5G, 3GR, HH, RCW, RO, RW 

Direct blue, BFL, lOBLL, 12BIX, 16BLL, 2GFL, GL, 
3GLL, AGLL, 8GLN, 3GI£T, 8GUF, LBLL, NR, RDW, 
2RCF, 3RCF, ' RL, RLU, 2RFL, 2RLCF, 7RLL, SFBL, VRS- 

Direct brown GB, 3GS, KRS, NZ, 2R, 3RLL, RHF, RY 

Direct fast blue B, BFL, BLL, 6BLL, 2BRN, CPL, SOLL, 
4QLR, LBFU, .LBGL, LBL, L5GA, L5R, LRRU, ML, 2RLL, 
3RL, UGLL- - 

Direct fast brown R, <;R, 2RL, ARL, HLL, 2HLL, 

ARLVF, SKRL, 3YL - 

Direct fast gray, #3A74.9, BL, 3BL, GL, 2GL, 

LBUL, LGL- 



1.000 


1.000 


1.000 


pounds 


pounds 


dollars 


30 


27 


92 




5 


8 




102 


339 




3 


13 




9 


25 




7 


U 


153 


U6 


406 


212 


189 


284 


171 


169 


265 


112 


102 


236 




50 


152 


210 


228 


374 


11 






883 


880 


648 


"41 


3 


29 


79 


67 


95 


1,164 


1,329 


1,394 


38 


25 


47 


162 


116 


335 


34 


31 


33 


72 


78 


97 


110 


108 


292 


222 


221 


552 


29 


* 




62 






7,943 


6,491 


15,140 


15,936 


14,531 


33,059 



2,608 



423 



1,244 



355 

15 



332 
239 



1,182 
87 



485 
64 



2,370 



1,112 



300 
16 



289 
239 



1,105 
116 



122 
33 
34 



4,895 



2,533 
733 



557 
576 



2,U9 
135 



869 
81 



221 
92 
101 



See footnotes at end of table. 



24 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 8 A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 

W55- -Continued 



Colour 
Index 



Proto- 
type 



Dye 



ftiantlty 



Unit 
value^ 



UNOROUPED DYES— Continued 
Direct fast orange GIL, 2GL, 4GLL, UGL, L8GL, 3LWF, 



Direct fast red 3BL, 9BL, 8BI£W, 8BNL, UBL, RL 

Direct fast yellow #23979, EFC, 5G, 3GL, 4GLP, L2RX— 
Direct white, B, AB, 5B, BP, DPS, GG, K, ID, MR, M2R, 

OCO, P-iB, 2R, RN, RW, RWS, SC, WANS, WON — 

Oil red ED, EON, N-1700, 0, OB, RO 

All other ungrouped dyes 



1,000 
pounds 

27 
103 
81 

3,063 

501 

7,552 



po 



1.000 
ds 
29 
98 

2,369 

A77 
7,183 



1,000 
dollars 
77 
228 
144 

7,740 

663 

15,644 



pound 

$2.66 
2.33 



3.27 
1.39 
2.18 



Calculated on rounded figures. 
^ Does not include derivatives of carbazole (Colour Index Nos. 948, 969). 

' Includes drug and cosmetic colors, external, data on which cannot be published separately without disclos- 
ing information received in confidence. 

* Excludes acetate rayon dyes that appear under "Dyes grouped by prototype nvmiber. " 
' Includes developed black, diazo black, and printing Jet black. 

* Includes brilliant blue, fast blue, and violet blue. 
' Includes rubine. 

' Includes fast yellow, golden yellow, and printing yellow. 

' Does not include azoic dyes and their ccoqionents that appear under "Dyes grouped by Colour Index nuober" 
and "Dyes grouped by prototype number. " 



Among the individual dyes for which statistics are given in table 
8A, substantial increases in production were reported for many 
low- and medium-priced dyes. Among the low-priced dyes, the out- 
put of sulfur black in 1955 was 16.3 million'pounds, or 41 . Zpercent 
more than the 11.5 million pounds produced in 1954. The output 
of synthetic indigo was 12. 5 percent greater in 1955 than in 1954; 
that of direct black EW (C. I. dye 581), 9.9 percent greater; and 
that of anthraquinone vat jade green (C. I. dye 1101), 3.1 percent 
greater. Among the newer dyes, production of the direct white 
dyes rose to 3.1 million pounds in 1955 from 1.4 million pounds in 
1954--an increase of 114.5 percent. Output of anthraquinone vat 
olive R (C. I. 1150) in 1955, compared with that in 1954, was 161.2 
percent larger; that of chrome blue black R {C.I. 202)--93.7 per- 
cent larger; anthraquinone vat violet 2R (C. I. 1104)--83.5 percent; 
anthraquinone vat brown R (C. I. 1151)--79.1 percent; anthraqui- 
none vat green B and black B (C. I, 11 02)- -68. 6 percent; and 
chrome black T (C. I. 203)--57.2 percent. On the other hand, the 
output of indanthrene khaki 2G (pr. 122) was 38.0 percent lower in 
1955 than in 1954, and that of auramine (C. I. 655) was 22.7 per- 
cent lower . 

Table 9 shows production and sales of dyes in 1955, by chemi- 
cal class. Four chemical classes of dyes accounted for more than 
80 percent of the total quantity of all dyes produced in 1955: Azo 
dyes accounted for 35.5 percent; anthraquinone vat dyes, for 23.5 
percent; sulfur or sulfide dyes, for 15.2 percent; and indigoid and 
thioindigoid dyes, for 9.4 percent. The output of each of the four 
classes was greater in 1955 than it was in 1954. Production of vat 
dyes increased 26.6 percent; azo dyes, 13.9 percent; sulfur dyes, 
13.1 percent; and indigoid and thioindigoid dyes, 12,4 percent. 

Table 10 shows the average annual production of dyes in the 5- 
year period 1949-53, together with annual data for 1954 and 1955, 
by class of application. Table 11 gives corresponding data for 
sales. Two classes of dyes accounted for more than half the total 
output of all dyes in 1955: Vat dyes accounted for 32. 9 percent, and 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 

TABL£ 9,''Synthctic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 
by chemical class, 1955 



25 



Chemical class 



Quantity 



Unit 
value""" 



Total - 

Azo 

Anthraquinone vat^ 

SulAir or sulfide^ 

Indigold and thlolndigoid 

Anthraquinone 

Triphenylmethane and diphenylnaphthylmethane- 

Stilbene 

Pyrazolone 

Xanthene 

Ketonimlne 

Ph-thalocyanine 

Thiazole 

Thiazine 

Oiinoline ■ 

Acrldine 

All other*— - ■ 



1.000 
pounds 

168,005 



59,651 

39,«)9 

25,572 

15,779 

5,693 

5,598 

4,9^8 

1,'H7 

986 

761 

667 

500 

379 

2iA 

iA- 

6,357 



1,000 



155,980 



1.000 
dollars 

183,628 



56,960 

3A,527 

25,401 

U,675 

5,167 

4,323 

4,266 

1,309 

706 

791 

655 

488 

346 

228 

92 

6,046 



77,680 

44,153 

6,639 

7,751 

11, 916 

8,508 

9,933 

2,939 

2,730 

1,429 

1,941 

885 

562 

749 

162 

5,651 



pound 

$1.18 



1.36 
1.28 
.26 
.53 
2.31 
1.97 
2.33 
2.25 
3.87 
1.81 
2.96 
1.81 
1.62 
3.29 
1.76 
.93 



Calculated on rounded figures. 

' Includes carbazole vat dyes. 

^ Colour Index dyes only. 

* Includes naph"thalimlde , nitro, nitroso, azine, oxazlne, polyme thine , and aniline black and allied dyes; 
also includes rubber colors and miscellaneous mixtures, and sulfurs not included in the Colour Index group. 
Statistics for these groups cannot be published separately without disclosing information received in confi- 
dence . 



TABU 10. -Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production of coal- tar dyes, by class of application, 
average 1949-53, annual 1954 and 1955 



Class of application 



QiAntity (1,000 pounds) 



Total 

Acetate rayon 

Acid 

Azoic 

Basic 

Direct 

Lake and spirit-soluble- 

Uordant and chrcme 

Sulfur 

Vat, total 

Indigo 

All other 

All other coal-tar dyes- 



Total— 

Acetate rayon 

Acid 

Azoic 

Basic -^ 

Direct 

Lake and spirit-soluble- 

Uordant and chrcme 

Sulfur 

Vat, total 

Indigo 

All other 

All other coal-tar dyes- 



166,640 



7,001 
16,829 
7,784 
7,543 
33,288 
5,431 
4,969 
20,829 

59,785 



19,013 
40,772 



3,181 



U2,982 



5,326 
13,783 
10,336 

6,995 
26,142 

6,091 

4,150 
22,608 

45,200 



11,129 
34,071 



2,351 



168,005 



5,737 
14,918 
8,983 
8,790 
32,437 
7,031 
6,376 
25,572 

55,300 



12,518 
42,782 



2,861 



Percent of total quantity 



100.0 



10.1 
4.7 
4.5 

20.0 

1:1 

12.5 

35.9 
11.4 
24.5 



3.7 
9.6 
7.2 
4.9 

18.3 
4.3 
2.9 

15.8 

31.6 



3.4 
8.9 



19.3 
4.2 



32.9 
7.5 
25.4 



26 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 11. -Synthetic 



rganic chemicals: United States sales of coal-tar dyes, by class of application, 
average 1949-53, annual 1954 and 1955 



Class of application 



Total 

Acetate rayon 

Acid- - 

Azoic 

Basic 

Direct 

Lake and spirit-soluble- 

Mordant and chrome 

Sulfur 

Vat, total ■ 

Indigo 

All other 

All other coal-tar dyes- 



Total 

Acetate rayon 

Acid 

Azoic 

Basic 

Direct 

Lake and spirit-soluble- 

Mordant and chrome 

Sulfur 

Vat, total ■ 

Indigo 

All other 

All other coal-tar dyes- 



Total— 

Acetate rayon 

Acid 

Azoic 

Basic 

Direct 

Lake and spirit-soluble' 

Mordant and chrome 

Sulfur 

Vat, total— 

Indigo 

All other 

All other coal-tar dyes 



Total 

Acetate rayon 

Acid 

Azoic 

Basic 

Direct 

Lake and splrlt-soluble- 

Mordant and chrome 

Sulfur 

Vat, total 

Indigo 

All other 

All other coal-tar dyes- 



liiantlty (1,000 pounds) 



156,979 



6,580 

15,177 

6,675 

6,902 

32,396 

5, IAS 

i,899 

20,98* 

55,258 



18,932 
36,326 



2,960 



137,^63 



5,6^ 
12,622 
8,629 
6,067 
26,082 
5,885 
-;,23* 
22,801 

■43,32* 



10,620 
32,70* 



2,175 



155,980 



5,337 

1*,185 

7,937 

7,666 

31,106 

6,725 

5,803 

25,*01 

49,311 



11,566 

37,7*5 



2,509 



Percent of total quantity 



100.0 



*.2 
9.7 
*.2 

*.* 
20.6 
3.3 
3.1 
13.* 

35.2 



12.1 
23.1 



100.0 



*.l 
9.2 
6.3 
*.* 

19.0 
*.3 
3.1 

16.6 

31.5 



7.7 
23.8 



100.0 



3.* 
9.1 
5.1 
*.9 

19.9 
*.3 
3.7 

16.3 



31.6 

7.* 

2*. 2 



Value (1,000 dollars) 



169,6*1 



9,921 

18,550 

13,381 

10,392 

37,*39 

5,187 

5,39* 

6,729 

55,176 



*,6*3 
50,533 



7,*72 



160,302 



9,653 

17,395 

15,*30 

10,813 

3*, 67* 

6,718 

5,29* 

6,573 

*6,85* 



3,067 
*3,787 



6,898 



183,628 



9,729 

20,*29 

1*,179 

.13,928 

**,*69 

7,672 

7,28* 

6,639 

52,179 



3,327 
*8,852 



7,120 



Percent of total value 



100.0 



5.8 
10.9 
7.9 
6.1 
22.1 
3.1 
3.2 
*.0 

32.5 



29.8 



100.0 



6.0 
10.9 
9.6 
6.8 
21.6 
*.2 
3.3 
*.l 

29.2 



1.9 

27.3 



5.3 
11.1 

7.7 

7.6 
2*. 2 

*.2 

3.6 

28.* 
26.6 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



27 



direct dyes, for 19.3 percent. Production of all the more impor- 
tant classes of dyes increased in 1955 compared with 1954; that of 
direct dyes increased 24.1 percent; vat dyes, 22.3 percent; sulfur 
dyes, 13.1 percent; and acid dyes, 8.2 percent. Compared with 
the 1949-53 average, however, only the 1955 output of sulfur dyes 
was greater (22.8 percent). The output of the remaining large 
groups of dyes declined; that of the acid dyes declined 11.4 percent 
in 1955 compared with the 5-year average, vat dyes, 7.5 percent, 
and direct dyes, 2. 6 percent. 

Production and sales of ungrouped dyes (those having neither a 
Colour Index nor a prototype number) are shown by chemical class 
in table 12 and by class of application in table 13. Three chemical 
classes of ungrouped dyes accounted for about 80 percent of the 
total output of these dyes in 1955; these were azo dyes, which ac- 
counted for 38.4 percent; stilbene dyes, for 20.2 percent; and 
anthraquinone vat dyes, for 19.2 percent. The output of azo dyes 
was slightly lower in 1955 than in 1954, but the 1955 output of un- 
grouped stilbene dyes was 106.7 percent greater, and that of an- 
thraquinone vat dyes, 36.4 percent greater. For ungrouped dyes 
arranged by class of application, three classes pf dyes accounted 
for about 75 percent of the total output of these dyes: Direct dyes 
accounted for 37.4 percent;- vat dyes, for 22.4 percent; and acetate 
rayon dyes, for 16.4 percent. The output of all three classes was 
greater in 1955 than in 1954; the output of ungrouped direct dyes 

TABLE 12. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sates of ungrouped dyes, by 
chemical class, 2955 



Chemical class 



Quantity 



,000 
mnds 
15,936 



1.000 
pounds 
U,531 



1,000 
dollars 
33,059 



$2.28 



Aiithraquinone vat 

Indigoid and thioindigoid- 

Anthraquinone— — — — 

Stilbene 

All other^ 



6,123 

3,057 

393 

2,476 

3,216 

671 



5,929 

2,809 

395 

2,239 

2,513 
646 



11,631 
6,318 
596 
4,783 
8,041 
1,690 



1.96 
2.25 

1.51 
2.14 
3.20 
2.62 



^ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Includes triphenylmethane and diphenylnaphthylmethane, pyrazolone, xanthene, quinoline, acridine, 
diphenylamine sulfur dyes, phthalooyanine, and misoellaneoiis dyes. 



TAILE 13. --Synthetic organic chemicals 



United States production and sales of ungrouped dyes 
applicat ion, 2955 



by class of 



Class of application 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



pounds 

15,936 



1,000 
pounds 
14,531 



1,000 
dollars 
33,059 



Acetate rayon- 
Acid 



Lake and spirit-soluble- 
Mordant and chrome ■ - 
Vat- 



All other^- 



2,608 

546 

1,182 

5,965 

1,622 

55 

3,576 

382 



2,370 

602 

1,105 

5,230 

1,520 

59 

3,321 

324 



4,895 
1,349 
2,149 
13,184 
2,748 
95 
7,297 
1,3/2 



2,07 
2.24 



1.61 
2.20 
4.14 



^ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Includes basic, sulfur, and miscellaneous dyes. 



28 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

increased 60.4 percent, that of vat dyes, 41.7 percent, and that of 
acetate rayon dyes, 13.7 percent. 

Table 14 shows production and sales of azoic dyes and their 
connponents in 1955. The output of these products totaled 8.9 
million pounds in 1955, or 13.5 percent less than the 10.3 million 
pounds produced in 1954. In 1955, sales of these products were 
7.9 million pounds, valued at 14.2 million dollars, compared with 
8.6 million pounds, valued at 15.4 nnillion dollars, in 1954--a de- 
crease of 8.0 percent in quantity and 8.1 percent in value. Except 
for Naphthol AS and its derivatives, the production of which was 
slightly more in 1955 than in 1954, the output of the remaining 
three groups declined in 1955 compared with 1954. The output 
of Rapidogens declined slightly, that of the fast color bases de- 
clined 31.8 percent, and that of the fast color salts, 8.8 percent. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1955 



29 



14. "Synthetic organic chemicalB: United States production and sales of auoic dyes and their components, 

1955 



Ppoto- 
typ» 
No. 



Dyo or component 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



Quantity Value 



Grand totals- 



Dyes and components for which separate statistics may 
not be shown' 



Dyes and components for which separate statistics are 
shown below 



Rapidogen, total- 
Black 

Blue BN 

Blue D 

Blue N- 



Blue, others- 
Bordeaux 

Orange R 

Red GS 

Red RS 

Red 



Scarlet RS- 

Violet B 

Yellow G 



Yellow, golden R- 



Fast color bases, total- 
Blue BB 

Bordeaux GP 

Red 3GL 

Red ITR 

Red KB 

Red PDC 

Red 



Scarlet R- 
All other- 



Fast color salts, total- 
Blue B 

Bordeaux GP 

Orange GC 

Orange CR 

Orange RD 

Red AL 

Red B 

Red GL 

Red 3GL 

Red ITR 

Red KB 

Red PDC 

Red RC 

Red TR 

Red 



Scarlet 2G- 
Scarlet R— 
All other — 



Naphthols, total- 

Naphthol AS 

Naphthol AS-BG- 
Naphthol AS-BO- 
Naphthol AS-BR- 
Naphthol AS-BS- 
Naphthol AS-D — 
Naphthol AS-G — 
Naphthol AS-KB- 
Naphthol AS-MX- 
Naphthol AS-QL- 
Naphthol AS-PH- 
Naphthol AS-RL- 
Naphthol AS-SH- 
Naphthol AS-TR- 
All other 



8,9'i5 



8,688 



1,798 



655 

9 

137 

64 

31 
90 
253 
125 
92 
16<; 



382 

U3 
490 

2,673 



125 
47 
62 
38 

109 
264 
132 
316 
30 



67 
39 

259 
766 
209 

3.151 



1,004 



14 
268 
360 

"29 

38 

81 
162 

20 
554 

20 
601 



1.000 
pound. 

7,937 



1.000 
dollars 

14,179 



243 
7,694 



1.727 



964 
13,215 



3,538 



607 
12 

136 
63 
AA 
33 
83 

262 

124 
85 

156 
18 

104 



84 

3 

70 

50 

151 

159 

459 

2,684 



103 

45 

61 

41 

30 

116 

236 

140 

325 

27 

16 

228 



253 
796 
190 



102 
255 



25 

44 
116 

16 
4S0 

21 
394 



1,415 

35 

243 

90 

91 

105 

178 

398 

200 

209 

306 

66 

202 



1,471 



165 
152 
267 
215 
492 

3,075 



105 

63 

70 

32 

83 

169 

239 

130 

227 

92 

25 

374 

8 

133 

'248 
651 
426 



Sl5 

13 

67 

50 

247 

477 

109 

"*47 

115 

335 

52 

1,000 

92 

1,712 



Calculated on rounded figures. 

Totals shown represent all azoic dyes and their components. Totals shown in 
unerouped dyes and their components only. 

Includes rapid fast dyes, fur dyes, and "all other" rapidogen dyes. 
* Includes navy blue. 
' Colour Index number. 



tables SA and 13 represent 



30 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Toners and Lakes 



As the terms are used in this report, toners and lakes or laked 
colors are synthetic organic pigments. Statistics on production and 
sales of all toners and lakes are given in table 15AP Statistics on 
the commercial forms (dry, flushed, or pulp) of a few selected pig- 
ments are given in table 16. Wherever possible, individual toners 
and lakes are identified by their Colour Index or prototype number, 
by the Colour Index or prototype numiber of the dye from which they 
may be made, or by abbreviations indicating the intermediates used 
in their manufacture. 

Synthetic organic pigments are used in paints and related prod- 
ucts, in printing inks, and in plastics and resin materials. Toners 
are full -strength pigments; reduced toners and lakes are extended 
or diluted colors. 

The total output in 1955 of full-strength toners, reduced toners, 
and lakes was 44.5 nnillion pounds, or 11.3 percent more than the 

TABLE ISA- -Synthetic orianic chmicala; United States production md aalea of toners end lakes, 1955 

[Listed below are all toners and lakes for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. 
Table 15B in part III lists all toners and lakes for which data on production or sales were reported and 
Identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Quantity Value 



Unit 
value^ 



.Grand total- 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS 



Black toners- 



Blue toners, total- 
Alkali blue, C.I. 



70^- 



Phthalooyanine blue B, Pr. 481 

Setoglaucine (Peacock blue 0) (C.l. 658), PMA- 
Setoglauoine (Peacock blue G) (C.I. 658), PTA- 

Victoria blue B (C.I. 729), PMA and PTA 

Victoria pure blue B (Pr. 198) , PMA 

Victoria pure blue B (Pr. 198), PTA 

All other 



Brown toners- 



Green toners, total- 



Brilliant green (C.I. 662), PMA- 
Brilliant green (C.I. 662), PTA- 
Malachite green (C.I. 657), PMA- 
Malachite green (C.I. 657), PTA- 

Pigment green B, Pr, 149 

All other 



Maroon toners, total- 



B.O.N. maroon (Lithol maroon) - 

Toluidine maroon 

All other 



Orange toners, total- 
Benzidine orange- 



Dianisidlne orange 

2,'4-Dinitroaniline orange- 

o-Nitroaniline orange 

All other' ■' ■ ■ — 



1,000 
poundi 

U,48l 



31,175 



34 



4,787 



1,201 

2,884 

6 

20 

117 

62 

32 

465 

52 

3,019 



19 
9 
11 
9 
606 
2,365 

790 



307 
42 
441 



113 
103 
192 
61 
17 



1,000 
pounds 

38,042 



26,195 



38 
3.897 



1,207 

2,014 

6 

18 

113 

46 

29 

464 



2,793 



14 
10 
9 
10 
486 
2,264 

683 



181 

35 

467 



87 
178 



1,000 
dollar* 

64,304 



52,430 



55 

11,225 

2,588 

6,251 

29 

108 

418 

180 

146 

1,505 

78 

9,286 



50 
56 
30 
43 
627 
8,480 

2.690 



312 

124 

2,254 



194 
227 



Per 

pound 

$1.69 



2.00 

1.45 



2.88 

3.10 
4.83 
6.00 
3.70 
3.91 
5.03 
3.24 



1.95 



3.32 

3.57 
5.60 
3.33 
4.30 
1.29 
3.75 



3.94 

1.72 
3.54 
4.83 



1.97 
2.90 
2.61 
1.57 
1.15 
2.46 



See footnotes at end of table. 



* See also table 15B, part m. which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the man- 
ufacturers. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



TABLE 15A. -Syntheti 



ganic chemicals: United States production and sales of toners 
and lakes, i955- -Continued 



31 



Quantity 



Unit 
value ■'• 



TONEES OR FULL^TRENGTH COLORS— Ccmtlnued 



Red toners, total- 



o-Chloro-p-nitroaniline red (Chlorinated para red)- 

Eosine (Bromo add toner) (C.I. 768) 

Lithol red 20 (C.I. 166) 

Lithol red R, C.I. 189, total 

Barium toner' 



16,113 



Calcium toner- 



Sodium and other toners— 
Lithol ruhine B (C.I. 163)- 
Naphthol reds, total- 



Naphthol AS (Pr. 302) and doa- 
Naphthol AS (Pr. 302) and pnot— 



Naphthol AS-BS (Pr. 305) and pnoa- 
Naphthol AS-D (Pr. 306) and pnot — 
Naphthol reds, other 

Para red, light, C.I. 44 

Para red, dark ' 



Permanent red 2B (Pr. 563)- 

Pignfent rubine 3G 

Pyrazolone red 

Red lake C, C.I. 165- 



Rhodamlne B (C.I. 7i9) , PMA 

Rhodamine B (C.I. 749), PTA 

Rhodamlne 60 (Rhodamine 6GDN) (Rhodamine Y) (C.I, 752), PMA- 
Phodamine 60 (Rhodamine 6GDN) (Rhodamine Y) (C.I. 752), PTA- 

Toluidine red, C.I. 69 

All other 



Violet toners, total- 



Methyl violet B (C.I. 
Methyl violet B (C.I. 
Methyl violet B (C.I. 
All other 



430 

987 

138 

5,493 

3,121 

1,760 

612 

702 

581 

67 

117 

125 

128 

144 

707 

440 

1,627 

25 

222 

1,227 

15 

32 

50 

69 

2,759 

609 

981 



1,000 



14,105 



i.OOO 
dollars 

19,301 



PMA- 
PTA- 



27§" 

286 

125 

5,529 

3,140 

1,793 

596 

630 

391 

53 

96 

113 

83 

46 

578 

473 

1,404 

23 

197 

1,150 

10 

30 

45 

66 

2,247 

643 

1,078 



322 

445 

186 

4,793 

2,652 

1,596 

545 

889 

1,289 

141 

264 

377 

290 

217 

597 

485 

2,686 

59 

793 

1,313 

55 

188 

214 

387 

3,537 

1,063 

1,728 



680), fugitive- 



Yellow toners, total- 



Benzidine yellow (dch and aaa) — 
Benzidine yellow (deb and aaot)- 

Benzidine yellow, other 

Hansa yellow G, Pr. 103 

Hansa yellow lOG, Pr. 105 

All other 



432 

112 



4,913 



585 
100 



3,150 



779 
165 
554 
230 

7,258 



1,653 
919 
38 
769 
128 

1,406 



1,255 
600 

28 
564 

96 
607 



2,555 
1,355 
83 
1,164 
193 
1,908 



Per 
pound 

$1.37 



1.16 
1.56 
1.49 
,87 
.84 
.89 
.91 
1.41 
3.30 
2.66 
2.75 
3.34 
3.49 
4.72 
1.03 
1.03 
1.91 
2.57 
4.03 
1.14 
5,50 
6,27 
4.76 
5.86 
1.57 
1.65 

1.60 



2.23 
3.75 



2.30 



2.04 
2.26 
2.96 
2.06 
2.01 
3.14 



Toner 
content 



tjuantity 



Unit 
value-"- 



REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS 



1,000 
pounds 

7,773 



1,000 
pounds 

2,173 



1.000 
pounds 

7,461 



i.OOO 
dollars 

7,883 



Products for which separate statistics may not 
be shown^— ■ ■ . 



Products for which separate statistics are shown 
below—— — — — — - 



7,731 



39 
7,422 



7,848 



Black toners, reduced: Basic black- 
Blue toners, reduced, total- 



Peacock blue R (C.I. 664), PMA and PTA- 
Phthalocyanine blue B, Pr. 481- 



15 
2,098 



3 
690 



Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Rhoduline blue 
6G) (C.I. 658), PMA- 



Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Rhoduline blue 
6G) (C.I. 658), PTA 

All other ^-——— ___________ 



Brown toners, reduced- 
Green toners, reduced, total- 



Brilliant green (C.I. 662), PMA and PTA 

Brilliant green (c.I. 662) and thioflavine 

(C.I. 815), PMA and PTA 

Phthalocyanine green, Pr. 483- 



15 
1,553 



6 
513 

4 

1,616 



15 
1,919 



21 
2,665 



2 

368 



1,360 



7 
525 

6 

,564 



1,632 



15 
979 



1,568 



Phthalocyanine green (Pr. 483), resinated- 

Pigment green B, Pr. 149 — _ 

All other' - 



59 
589 



446 
446 



137 
50 



560 

15 

421 

436 



118 
803 
46 
256 
276 



pound 

$1.06 



1.40 

1.39 
1.27 
1.20 



1.83 
1.00 



1.48 
1.43 
3.07 



Orange toners, reduced- 



See footnotes at end of table. 



32 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE ISA. *-5ynt/ietic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of toners 
and lakes, 19i3- -Continued 



Toner 
content 



Quantity 



REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS— Continued 



Red toners, reduced, total — 

Llthol rod R, C.I. 189 

Lithol rublne B (C.I. 163)- 
Naphthol reds, total- 



1,000 
pounds 
2.241 



1,000 
pounds 

662 



Naphthol AS-BS (Pr. 305) and pnoa 

Other naphthol reds 

Para red, dark 

Permanent red 23 (Pr. 563) 

Red lake C, C.I. 165 

Rhodamlne B (C.I. 749), PMA. and PTA 

Rhodamine B (C.I. 749), fugitive 

Rhodamlne 6G (C.I. 752), PMA 

Rhodamine 6G (C.I. 752), PTA 

Toluidine red, C.I. 69 

All other .... 



172 
119 
978 
515 
463 

30 

412 

5 

73 

12 
119 

50 
124 
147 



45 

59 

254 

123 

131 
5 

187 
3 



1.000 
pounds 

2.147 



1.000 
dollars 
1.939 



170 
113 
892 
484 
408 

38 

413 

7 

74 

13 
122 

46 
117 
142 



112 

729 

408 

321 

11 

536 

5 

70 

15 

133 

37 

90 

122 



Violet toners, reduced, total- 



Ethyl violet (C.I. 682), PMA 

Methyl violet B (C.I. 680), PMA 

Methyl violet B (C.I. 680), fugitive- 
All other 



Yellow toners, reduced: 

Benzidine yellows 

Hansa yellows 



439 

167 



297 
659 



122 
31 
39 



102 
125 



452 
164 
95 
42 

297 
666 



539 

139 
107 
118 

299 
386 



Quantity 



LAKES OR LAKED COLORS 



1.000 
pounds 

5,533 



1.000 
pounds 

4,386 



1,000 
dollars 

3,991 



Products for which separate statistics may not be shown^- 
Products for which separate statistics are shown below— 



25 

5,508 



4,367 



32 
3,959 



Black lakes- 
Blue lakes, total- 



Brilliant wool blue FFR (Pr.40) 

Peacock blue, fugitive (Patent blue) (C.I. 
All other 



671)- 



33 

2,330 
89 



194 
1,546 



IT 
1,446 



122 
1,387 



1,328 
39 



Green lakes, total- 



Acid green B (C.I. 669)- 
All other 



Maroon lakes- 
Orange lakes, total- 



21 
115 

807 

220 



Persian orange (Acid orange Y) (Orange II) (C.I. 151) 

All other 



Red lakes, total- 



"l32" 

38 

.452 



Alizarin red B (C.I. 1027) 

Hello fast rubine 4BL (Pr. 406)- 
Plgment scarlet 3B (C.I. 216) — 

Scarlet 2R (C.I. 79) 

All other 



199 
370 
579 



Violet lakes, total 

Acid violet (C.I. 698)- 

Msthyl violet 

All other 



Yellow lakes: 

Fast light yellow (C.I. 636)- 
Tartrazine (C.I. 640) 



189 



803 
212 



ISO 



72 
372 
145 



200 
360 
545 



234" 
194 
287 
204 
625 



12 
191 



18 
199 



^ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Includes all maroon reduced toners and unspecified black and yellow reduced toners. 

' Includes all brown lakes and unspecified yellow lakes. 

Note. — ^The C.I. (Colour Index) and Pr. (prototype) numbers shown in this report are the identifying numbers 
given respectively in the Colour Index and in the prototype list of the Technical Manual and Yearbook of the 
American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. A C.I. or Pr. number enclosed in parentheses is al- 
ways the number, in the Index or Manual, of the dye from which the specified toner or lake was produced. If 
the C.I. or Pr. number is not enclosed in parentheses, it indicates that the named toner is itself listed In 
the Index or Manual. 

The abbreviations PMA and PTA stand for phosphomolybdlc and phosphotungstlo acids, respectively. Pigments 
fonnerly listed as PTMA (phosphotungstomolybdio acid) are now included with PTA colors. 

Intermediates used in the manufacture of certain colors are abbreviated as follows: 



aaa 



acetoacetanlllde 
aoetoacet -ortho- toluldlde 



dca 
deb 



dl chloroani line 
dlohlorobenzldlne 



pnoa para-nitro-ortho-anlaidlne 
pnot para-nltro-ortho-toluldlne 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



33 



TABLE 16. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of selected dry, 
flushed, and pulp colors, 1955' 

[ Listed below are selected dry, flushed, and pulp colors for which data on production may be published] 



Dry, flushed, and pulp forms 



Produc- 
tion 



Quantity Value 



Unit 
value^ 



Alkali blue, C.I. 
Dry form 



Flushed form- 
Pulp form- 



Benzidine yellow: 
Dry form- 



Flushed form- 
Pulp form- 



Eosine (C.I. 768):^ 
Dry form 



Flushed form- 



Li thol red R, C.I, 
Dry form- 



189, barium toner: 



Flushed form- 



Pulp form 

Lithol red R, C.I. 189, calcium toner: 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Lithol red R, C.I. 189, sodium toner: 

Dry form ■ 

Flushed form 

Methyl violet B (C.I. 68 
Dry form- 
Flushed form — 
Pulp form 



fugitive:* 



Methyl violet B (C.I. 
Dry form- 



680), permanent: 



Flushed form- 
Pulp form 



Peacock blue (C.I. 671), fugitive:^ 

Dry form ___ __ _ 

Flushed form 



Phthalocyanine blue B, Pr. 
Dry form- 



Flushed form- 
Pulp form- 



Phthalocyanine green, Pr. 483: 

Flushed form . 

Red lake C, C.I. 165, barium toner:^ 
Dry form- 



Flushed form- 



Toluidine red, C.I. 
Dry form- 



Flushed form- 
Pulp form 



1,000 
pounds 

103 
2,516 
1,028 

2,036 
2,741 
1,942 

399 

2,208 

2,414 

1,660 

421 

1,445 
744 
378 

442 
351 

300 

614 

58 

317 

225 

58 

1,011 
2,614 

3,609 
1,068 
1,463 



851 
912 



2,474 
"483 



1,000 
pounds 

Ul 
2,592 

997 

1,388 
2,516 
1,042 



1,257 

2,434 

2,079 

173 

1,506 
660 
241 

460 
203 

308 
604 



286 

215 



396 
1,928 

2,716 

974 

1,375 

223 

851 



2,101 
388 
411 



1,000 

dollars 

233 

2,978 
341 

2,551 

1,549 

570 

122 
911 

2,002 
912 



1,269 
361 



400 
120 



388 
390 



720 
221 



370 
1,106 

6,320 
1,032 
1,591 



939 

515 

3,219 
331 
166 



Per 
pound 

$2.10 

1.15 

.34 

1.84 
.62 
.55 

1.49 
.72 

1.82 
.4A 
.34 

.84 
.55 
.29 

.87 
.59 

1.26 
.65 



2.52 
1.03 



.93 

.57 

2.33 

1.06 
1.16 

1.17 

1.10 



1.53 
.85 
.40 



^ Statistics on production and sales of the organic pigments (color lakes and toners) listed In this table 
are given in terms of the commercial (physical) forms in which they enter commercial channels. Data on the 
flushed and pulp forms therefore are in terms of total weight, including pigment and vehicle (water or oil). 

* Calculated on rounded figures. 

' Data on the pulp form may not be published, as they would reveal operations of individual con^ianies. 

* Data on the pulp form of sales may not be published, as they would reveal operations of individual 
companies . 

' Data on the dry and pulp forms may not be published, as they would reveal operations of individual 
companies. 

' Data on the flushed form ot production may not be published, as they would reveal operations of Indi- 
vidual companies. 

Note. — The C.I. (Colour Index) and Pr. (prototype) numbers shown in this report are the identifying 
numbers given respectively in the Colour Index and in the prototype list of the Technical Manual and Year- 
book of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. A C.I. or Pr. number enclosed in paren- 
theses is always the number, in the Index or Manual, of the dye from which the specified toner or lake was 
produced. If the C.I. or Pr. number is not enclosed in parentheses, it indicates that the named toner is 
itself listed in the Index or Manual. 



40.0 million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 amounted to 
38.0 million pounds, valued at 64.3 million dollars, compared with 
34.8 million pounds, valued at 53.9 million dollars, in 1954. Thus, 
sales in 1955 were 9.2 percent greater in quantity, and 19.4 per- 
cent greater in value, than they were in 1954. 



34 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Production of full -strength toners in 1955 totaled 31.2 million 
pounds, or 15.9 percent more than the 26.9 million pounds reported 
for 1954. Sales were also larger in 1955; they totaled 26.2 million 
pounds, valued at 52.4 million dollars, compared with 22.9 mil- 
lion pounds, valued at 43.0 nnillion dollars, in 1954--14.3 percent 
more in quantity and 21.9 percent more in value. More than 50 
percent of the output of full -strength toners consisted of red toners 
(l6.1 million pounds). Individual toners produced in the largest 
quantities were lithol red R, 5.5 million pounds; phthalocyanine 
blue B, 2.9 million pounds; toluidine red, 2.8 m,illion pounds; benzi- 
dine yellow, 2.6 million pounds; permanent red 2B, 1.6 million 
pounds; alkali blue and red laice C, 1.2 million pounds each; and 
eosine, 1.0 million pounds. 

Production of reduced (or extended) toners in 1955 amounted to 
7.8 million pounds, the same as in 1954. Sales of reduced toners 
amounted to 7.5 million pounds, valued at 7,9 million dollars -- 
1.0 percent more in quantity, and 10.9 percent more in value, than 
the 7.4 million pounds, valued at 7.1 million dollars, reported for 
1954. Phthalocyanine blue B and naphthol reds were produced in 
the largest quantities; the output of these two pigments in 1955 was 
1.6 million pounds and 1.0 million pounds, respectively. 

Production of lakes (laked colors) in 1955 totaled 5.5 million 
pounds, 4.7 percent more than the 5.3 million pounds produced in 
1954. Sales totaled 4.4 million pounds, valued at 4.0 million dol- 
lars, compared with 4.5 million pounds, valued at 3.7 million dol- 
lars, in 1954. Thus, sales of lakes in 1955 were 3.3 percent 
smaller in quantity but 6.7 percent greater in value than in 1954. 
Fugitive peacock blue, the output of which was 2.3 million pounds, 
was the lake produced in the largest quantity. 

Statistics on the dry, flushed, and pulp fornns of 1 3 selected 
colors are given in table 16. Of these colors, alkali blue, benzi- 
dine yellow, eosine, fugitive methyl violet B, fugitive peacock 
blue, and red lake C were made chiefly in the flushed form; lithol 
reds, permanent methyl violet B, phthalocyanine blue B, and 
toluidine red were made principally in the dry form; and phthal- 
ocyanine green was made mainly in the pulp form. 

Medicinals 

In this report, medicinal chemicals are divided into three 
major groups: (1) Benzenoid compounds, derived principally from 
coal tar; (2) alicyclic and heterocyclic compounds, usually derived 
from vegetable products and animal tissues, but sometimes al5o 
from coal tar; and (3) acyclic compounds, usually derived from 
petroleum and from natural gas, or from grain by fermentation. 

Statistics on the production of medicinals are in terms of 100- 
percent content of the medicinal itself, exclusive of all'diluents or 
other materials used in mixing or compounding tablets, solutions, 
and suspensions for consumer use. Except for antibiotics, the sta- 
tistics on sales include only that part of the original (primary) 
production that was sold in undiluted or uncompounded form, in- 
cluding that sold in bulk and that sold in packages (tablets, ampoules, 
etc.). Sales of antibiotics include all forms --diluted or undiluted-- 
in bulk or in packages. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 35 

In 1955 the production of all the medicinal chemicals covered 
in this report amounted to 79 million pounds (see table 17A*)--19. 5 
percent more than the 66 million pounds reported for 1954, Sales 
in 1955 totaled 69 million pounds, valued at 465 million dollars, 
compared with sales of 53 million pounds, valued at 426 million 
dollars, in 1954. 

The output in 1955 of all cyclic medicinals was 62 million 
pounds, of which 39 million pounds consisted of benzenoid medici- 
nals and 23 million pounds, of alicyclic and heterocyclic medici- 
nals. Production of acyclic^ medicinals in 1955 was 16. 8 million 
pounds, compared with 16.6 million pounds in 1954. In terms of 
quantity, acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) was the most important 
medicinal produced in 1955. The output in that year was 15. 1 
million pounds, compared with 13.9 million pounds in 1954; sales 
in 1955 amounted to 13.2 million pounds, valued at 7. million 
dollars, compared with sales of 11.9 million pounds, valued at 6. 3 
million dollars, in 1954. Production of sulfa drugs in 1955 totaled 
2. 8 million pounds, compared with an output of 4. 2 million pounds 
in 1954. Production of barbituric acid derivatives in 1955 totaled 
864, 000 pounds, compared with 798, 000 pounds in 1954--an increase 
of 8. 3 percent. Sales in 1955 totaled 486, 000 pounds, valued at 2. 8 
million dollars, compared with sales of 524, 000 pounds, valued at 
3.2 million dollars, in 1954. 

In terms of value, the antibiotics--as a group--were the most 
important medicinals produced in 1955. Total production of anti- 
biotics for human and veterinary use in 1955 was 1,572,000 pounds-- 
265,000 pounds less than the output of 1,837,000 pounds reported 
for 1954. Sales in 1955 totaled 1, 367, 000 pounds, valued at 242 
million dollars, compared with 1, 263, 000 pounds, valued at 240 
million dollars, in 1954. Production of penicillin salts in 1955 
totaled 344 trillion international units, compared with 477 trillion 
international units in 1954. Sales in 1955 of penicillin salts totaled 
336 trillion international units, valued at 44 million dollars, com- 
pared with 323 trillion international units, valued at 53 million 
dollars, in 1954. The output of dihydrostreptomycin amounted to 
369, 000 pounds in 1955, compared with 446, 000 pounds reported for 
1954. Sales in 1955 totaled 332, 000 pounds, valued at 16. 3 million 
dollars, compared with sales of 286, 000 pounds, valued at 19. 5 
million dollars, in 1954. The output of streptomycin amounted to 
154, 000 pounds in 1955, compared with 141, 000 pounds produced 
in 1954. Production of neomycin base amounted to 15, 000 pounds 
in 1955; sales were 11,000 pounds, valued at 5.2 million dollars. 

The combined output of other medicinal antibiotics, such as 
chlorotetracycline, chloramphenicol, and oxytetracycline, totaled 
579, 000 pounds in 1955; sales of these products in 1955 amounted 
to 480, 000 pounds, valued at 172 million dollars. The total output 
of antibiotics for animal feed supplements in 1955 was 520,000 
pounds, compared with the 479, 000 pounds reported for 1954; sales 
of these products in 1955 amounted to 553, 000 pounds, valued at 
26. 1 million dollars. 

Among the other important groups of medicinal products in 1955 
were the vitamins. In 1955 the combined output of vitamins--as a 



4 See also table 17B, pait lU, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies die manu- 
facturers; and table 28 in part A of the appendix, which shows imports of medicinals and pharma- 
ceuticals during the years 1953-55. 



36 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

fjgi2 17A.--Syr>tbetic organic chemical*: United Statet production and sales of medicinal*, 1953 

[listed below are all synthetic organic medlcinals for which any reported data on production or sales may be 
published. (Leaders are used wherp the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published 
or -rtiere no data were reported.) Table 17B in part III lists alphabetically all medlcinals for *ioh data 
on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Pro- 
duction^ 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



Grand total- 



MEDICINAIS, CICLIC 



Chemicals for which separate statistics may not be shown — 
Chemicals for which separate statistics are shown below 



Acetyls alloy lie aold (Aspirin) - 
Amino acids 



Aminobenzoic acidc, derivatives, and salts, total- 

p-Aminobenzoic acid derivatives, total 

Benzocaine (Ethyl p-aminobenzoate) 

Procaine base and salts — — 

All other 

p-Amlnobenzoic acid salts, total — - — -— 

Potassium p-aminobenzoate* — — — — — 

Sodium p-aminobenzoate — - 

All other 



^-Aminosalicylic acid and salts 

Bismith subgallate 

Bismith subsalicylate 

6-Dimethylamino-4 , 4-diphenyl -3-hept anone hydrochloride 

(Dolophine) (Methadone) 

d,N,a-Dimethylphenethylamine hydrochloride 

Dyes, medicinal 

a-(lsopropylaminomethyl)protocatechuyl alcohol (Aleudrine)- 

and sulfate 

Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

a-Methylphenethylamiue (Aajihet amine) (Benzedrine) base 

a-Methylphenethylamine salts 

d-o-ltethylphenethylamine sulfate 

2-Naphthyl benzoate ~ — — ■ 

Phenyl mercuric derivatives 

Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

Salicylamide 

Salicylic acid 



Salicylic acid salts, total- 
Ammonium salicylate 

Calcium salicylate 

Sodium salicylate 

All other 



Sodium phenosulfonate 

Sulfa drugs 

3-o-Toloxy-l,2-propanediol (o-Cresyl a-glyceryl ether)- 

Vitamin K - 

All other benzenoid medlcinals 



Alicyclic and Heterocycli 



Total- 



AUalolds and related products, total- 

Homatropine methyl bromide 

Reserpine 

All other 



Amino acids 

Antibiotics for human or veterinary use, total- 

Dihydrostreptomycin 

Necanycln, base 

Penicillin salts, total' 

Penicillin potassium 

Penicillin procaine 



1.000 
pounds 

78,727 



61,965 



17,431 
44,534 



38,773 



15,092 

1 



554 
62 

479 
13 

162 
82 



528 

17 

136 



3 
24 

1 
150 
57 



274 
7,768 



1,838 
42 



2,767 
147 



9,078 



23,192 



1,572 



369 

15 
455 
102 
258 



1,000 
pounds 
68,533 



1.000 
dollars 

465,121 



50,583 



435,993 



16,237 
34,346 



29,797 



41,737 
394,256 



40,675 



13,203 
2 



507 
66 

432 
9 

161 
83 
78 
96 

321 
24 
32 



6,955 
82 

2,429 



(') 



1,771 
199 

1,331 
241 
357 
194 
163 
301 

883 



5 
35 
266 



40 
5,227 
1,348 



5 

1 

1,307 

35 

40 

195 

2 

8,438 



20,786 



U 



(') 
13 

3 
1,367 



332 
11 
445 
112 
259 



1,923 
704 



2 

638 
56 



2,454 

29 

24,376 



395,318 



2,253 



85 
1,416 
752 

147 
242,392 



16,318 
5,222 
43,980 
15,986 
19,709 



2.57 
11.48 



.53 
41,00 



3.18 
3.49 



3.02 
3.08 
26.78 
2.22 
2.34 
2.09 
3.U 

2.75 
3.29 
3.03 

67.90 
11.67 
15.65 



2.00 
2.15 

.37 
.52 



1.60 

2.00 

.49 

1.60 

.45 

'12.58 
U.50 
2.89 



85.00 

4,800.00 

57.85 

49.00 
177.32 



49.15 
474.73 
(«) 

(«) 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, \955 



37 



TAB£ nK'-Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of medicinais, 1955--Continued 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC — Continued 
Alicyclic and H» terocyc lic--Contlnued 

Antibiotics for human or veterinary use — Continued 
Penicillin salts'' —Continued 

All other penicillin salts 

Streptomycin 

All other antibiotics 

Antibiotics for animal feed supplements 

Antihistamines 

Barbituric acid derivatives, total 

5-Allyl-5-(l-methylbutyl)barbituric acid (Secobarbital) 

and salt 

5-sec-Butyl-5-ethylbarbiturlc acid 

5-sec-Butyl-5-ethylbarbituric acid, sodium salt 

5,5-Diethylbarbituric acid (Barbital) and salt 

5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl)barbituric acid (Pento- 
barbital) 

5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl)barbiturio acid, sodium salt- 
5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarblturic acid (Phenobarbital) (luminal) 

5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbituric acid, sodium salt 

All other 

Bile acids and salts, total 

Cholic acid 

Dehydrocholic acid 

Deso:iycholic acid 

All other - - 

Bramocanjihor, mono 

Caffeine, natural and synthetic 

5-Chloro-7-iodo-8-quinolinol (lodochlorohydroxyqulnollne ) — 

Dihydrocodeinone bitartrate 

5,7-Diiodo-8-quinollnol 

5,5-Diphenylhydantoin and sodium salt 

Hormones (steroid), total 

Cortiool and cortiool-stimulating 

Estrogenic and other hormones 

Phenothiazine 

Plperazine 

Piperazlne derivatives, total 

Plperazine citrate — — 

All other ^ 

Theobromine and derivatives 

Theophylline base and derivatives' 

Vitamins, total 

A (Alcohol and esters),^" ■'•■'■ fran all sources 

Bi (Thiamin derivatives) 

Bj (Riboflavin for human consuigition) (100^) 

Bs (Riboflavin for animal and poultry consunjition) (lOOjt) 

Be (Pyridoxine) 

Bi2, all grades 

Dj (Irradiated ergosterol)^' 

D3 (Irradiated animal sterol)-"-* 

Niacin (Nicotinic acid), niacinamide, and niacinamide 

hydrochloride 

All other 

All other alicyclic and heterocyclic medlclnals 

MEDICINALS, ACYCLIC 
Total - 

Chemicals for irtilcb separate statistics may not be shown 

Chemicals for ifalch separate statistics are shown below 

Amino acids, total 

p-Alanlne 

All other 

Betaine base and hydrochloride 



Pro- 
duction^ 



95 
154 
579 

520 
151 



67 
431 

14 
203 



1,153 
6 



(Jiantity 



6,202 
379 



175 
175 



3,230 



170 
234 
136 
175 
30 

2 



2,318 
164 



8,353 



16,762 



4,166 
12,596 



284 
1,484 



553 

61 



1,238 
5 



i.OOO 
dollars 

8,285 

5,127 

171,745 

26,105 
1,748 

2,807 



5,608 
494 



130 
2,713 



156 
180 



123 
23 



(") 



1,961 
173 



7,799 



17,950 



8,585 
9,365 



2,002 



199 
1,803 



U9 
42 

230 
59 

28 

210 

1,017 

65 

1,007 

1,912 



26^ 
293 
649 
702 



3,673 

24 

373 



33 



27,865 



27,434 
431 



2,218 
1,128 



105 
98 



64,581 



15,344 
7,048 
3,349 
3,065 
4,448 
20,614 
426 
362 

6,344 
3,581 

17,361 



29,128 



3,685 
25,443 



465 
4,207 



See footnotes at end of table. 



38 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABU n A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of medicinalt, 1955- -Continued 



Pro- 
duction^ 



Oaantlty 



Unit 
value' 



MEDICINAIS, ACyCLIC—Continued 

Choline salts, total 

Choline bitartrate ■• 

Choline chloride, for animal and poultry feed and for use 

as ai. intermediate 

Choline chloride, medicinal grade only 

Choline dihydrogen citrate 

All other 

Gluconic acid salts 

Glutamic acid and salts 

Hexamethyldiaminoisopropanol diiodlde 

Vitamins, total 

Ascorbic acid and derivatives, total 

Ascorbic acid 

All other 

Pantothenic acid and derivatives, total 

Pantothenic acid, d-calcium salt 

Pantothenic acid, dl-oalcium salt 

All other 



i.OOO 
pounds 

5,100 



108 

2,136 

45 

168 

2,643 

2,580 
197 



2,909 



2,354 
2,121 
233 
555 
105 
416 
34 



1,000 
poixndt 

4,636 



113 

1,769 

42 

127 

2,585 



2.418 



1,000 
dot lars 

1,902 



2,154 

1,939 

215 

264 

193 

71 



657 
54 
149 
913 



526 

10 

18,230 



15,005 

13,481 

1,524 

3,225 

1,287 
1,938 



Per 

pound 



t0.41 



.37 
1.29 
1.17 

.35 



2.01 
10.00 



7.54 



6.97 
6.95 
7.09 
12.22 

6.67 
27.30 



^ Production of medicinals is In bulk only. The statistics do not Include the production of finished 
preparations, such as tablets, capsules, and ampoules, which are manufactured from bulk medlclnals. 

^ Except for antibiotics, sales include only fhat part of the original production irtiloh is sold in undi- 
luted or uncorapounded form including that sold in tMlk and that sold in packages (tablets, aii5)cules, etc.). 
Sales of antibiotics Include all forms (both undiluted or uncon^iounded and diluted or cojigjcxmded) including 
that sold. in bulk and that sold In packages. 

' Calculated on rounded figures. 

* Contains small quantities of the calcium salt. 
' Less than 500 pounds. 

* Sales of reserpine were 295 pounds. 

' Penicillin salts in terms of international units based on 1,667 units per milligram of the penicillin G 
standard of the Food and Drug Administration were reported as follows: 



Total — 

Penicillin potaBsium- 
Penicillin procaine— 
All other 



national 
tits 

344,243 



76,961 
195,110 
72,172 



Sales 



^entity 



Billion 

international 

uni ts 

336,300 



34,647 
195,472 
56,181 



Value Unit value 



1,000 
dollars 

43,980 



15,986 
19,709 
8,285 



$130.78 



188.85 
100.83 
147.47 



' Ccmmerclal sales are baaed on international units. 

' These statistics involve substantial duplication as they include theophylline ethylenediamine (Amlno- 
phylllne) and other derivatives wtilch are produced from theophylline base. Separate statistics may not be 
shown as to do so might reveal operations of Individual conjianies. 

^° tiiantlties reported in units have been converted to pounds using as a factor the average units per 
pound of the medicinal grade as determined by the Food and Drug Administration. 

■'■■'• Production of vitamin A alcohol and esters fron all sources totaled 170,429 billion U.S. P. units; sales 
totaled 162,345 billion U.S. P. units. 

^2 Production of vitamin B12, all grades, totaled 488 pounds; sales totaled 357 pounds. 

^^ Production of vitamin D2 totaled 27,996 billion U.S. P. units; sales totaled 20,081 billion U.S. P. 
units. Calculated at the rate of 18.14 billion units per pound, production totaled 1,543 pounds and sales 
totaled 1,107 pounds. 

^* Production of vitamin D3 totaled 16,711 billion U.S. P. units; sales totaled 12,783 billion U.S. P. 
units. Calculated at the rate of 18.14 billion units per pound, production totaled 921 pc«inds and sales 
totaled 705 pounds. 



group--was 6. 1 million pounds, compared with 5.4 million pounds 
in 1954. Sales of vitamins in 1955 totaled 5. 1 million pounds, 
valued at 82. 8 million dollars, compared with 4. 1 million pounds, 
valued at 76.4 million dollars, in 1954. In terms of quantity, the 
output in 1955 of some of the more important vitamins was as fol- 
lows: Niacin and derivatives, 2. 3 million pounds; ascorbic acid and 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



39 



derivatives, 2.4 million pounds; pantothenic acid and derivatives, 
555, 000 pounds; thiamin derivatives, 234, 000 pounds; and vitamin 
A alcohol and esters, 1 70, 000 pounds ( 1 70, 429 billion U, S. P. units] 
In terms of value of sales, vitamin B[^ was the most important. 
Sales of this medicinal in 1955 totaled 357 pounds, valued at 20,6 
million dollars. Sales of ascorbic acid and derivatives were 2. 2 
million pounds, valued at 1 5 million dollars, and of vitamin A, 
156, 000 pounds, valued at 15. 3 million dollars. 

In 1955 the combined production of all hormones was 41, 000 
pounds; sales totaled 12, 000 pounds, valued at 27.9 million dollars. 

Flavor and Perfume Materials 

Flavor and perfume materials, which are chemicals with desir- 
able flavors or odors, are used in the manufacture of food, 



TABU ISA, --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of flavor and 
perfume materials, 1955 

llilatecl telow are all synthetio organic flavor and perfume materials for which any reported data on produc- 
tion or sales nay be published. (Leaders are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and 
Bay not be published, or where no data were reported.) Table 18B in part III lists alphabetically all 
flavor ariri perfume materials for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the 
Bamifacturer of each] 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



Quantity 



Unit 
value •"■ 



Oraod total 

FLAVOR AND PMFDUE MATERIALS, CYCLIC 

Itotal - - — 

Ihterlals for which separate statistics may not be shown- 
Ifcterlals for which separate statistics are shown below- - 

Btnzenoid and Naphthalenoid 

Total - 

g-Aiprlc I tnv 1 ilnhyde 

Aaettole 

torlwlitnhyde 

Bea^yl acetate • 

Benqrl alcohol' 

Bea^I tenaoate' 

Benqrl cismaate 

BeiuQrl jpoplonate 

Bea^l salicylate 

EugeaoL 

iBOtailT'l pheqrlacetate 

looeufesol 

Mstlqrl olmaoHite 

liBtlQrl aallaylate (S^thetlc wintergreen oil) 

Pbtimtiifl acetate 

Ibaactk^l alcohnT 

3-BiMiyi-l-prDiiyl alcohol (I^rdrociimamic alcohol) 

All other heseeaoid and naphthalenoid materials 

Terpenoid, Heteroeyelic, and Alicyclic 

Total 

Cedi7l acetate 

Cltial (Oeranlal) 

dtpanellal - — 

Cltionellol 

dtronellyl acetate 

Oeranlol 

OeraiQ'l acetate 

Geraivl formate 

g y d ruiy eitronellal 

looooes, total 

a-Iooone 

All otlier 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 



24, U6 



U,254 
12,862 



14,252 



280 
1,397 
196 
432 
514 



4 
57 
133 
33 

54 
3,130 

49 
1,100 

16 
6,851 



9,864 



39 
46 
152 
201 

462 

29 

5 

116 



35,843 



1.000 
dollars 

52,555 



20, IM 



30,961 



7,750 
12,394 



12,654 



15, lU 
15,847 



16,144 



275 

1,392 

153 

496 

487 

172 

4 

5 

50 

133 

30 

82 

49 

3,398 

43 

900 

13 

4,972 



7,490 



450 

1,563 

284 

268 

257 

92 

12 

6 

67 

305 

36 

304 

63 

1,623 

50 

990 

28 

9,746 



14,817 



39 



427 
26 



90 
184 



1,186 
85 



56 
660 



$1.47 



1.98 
1.27 



1.28 



1.64 

1.12 

1.86 

.53 

.53 

.53 

3.26 

1.22 

1.34 

2.90 

1.20 

3.71 

1.29 

.48 

1.16 

1.10 

2.15 

1.96 



2.31 
4.49 

3.49 
4.46 
2.78 
3.27 
4.68 
5.71 



3.62 

7.37 
3.47 



40 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE ISA." -Synthetic organic chemicals: United States product ion and sales of flavor and 
perfume materials, i955- -Continued 



Produc- 
tion 



Quantity Value 



Italt 
value ^ 



JliVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC— Continued 

Terpenoid, Heterocyclic, and Alicyclic- -Continued 

Linalool 

Llnalyl acetate 

Jfenthol, synthetic, tech. and U.S.P 

IfcthyllononeB 

(terol - 

Plperonal (Hellotropin) 

Hhodlnol 

Sifrole - 

Terpineols 

Terpinjrl acetate 

Vetivenyl acetate 

All other terpenoid, heterocyclic, and allcyollc materlals^- 

FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, ACYCLIC 

Total - 

IfcterialB for which separate statistics may not be shown 

Materials for which separate statistics are shown below ■ 

Allyl caproate 

Ethyl butyrate 

Glutamic acid, monoaodium salt (Monoscalum glutamate) 

Isoanyl butyrate (Aiyl butyrate) 



1,000 
pounds 
85 

115 
261 
205 

307 

9 

315 

2,532 

306 

10 

4,403. 



17,858 



1,171 
16,687 



5 

150 

16,500 

32 



1.000 

pounds 

60 

90 

274 

180 

3 

272 

8 

120 

2,327 

313 

6 

2,778 



15,699 



1,000 

dollars 

380 

525 

1,642 

960 

36 

981 

193 

154 

576 

141 

168 

5,368 



21,594 



803 
U,896 



623 
20,971 



4 

147 

14,717 

28 



9 

102 

20,839 

21 



Per 
pound 

$6.33 
5.83 
5.99 
5.33 

11.87 
3.61 

24.78 

1.28 

.25 

.45 

27.67 
1.93 



.78 
1.41 



2.16 

.69 

1.42 



^ Calculated on the exact (i.e., unrounded) figures. 
^ Includes some technical and medicinal grades. 
^ Includes chemically modified essential oils. 



beverages, cosmetics, and soaps, and to disguise unpleasant odors 
in industrial products. Included in this report are data on mate- 
rials derived from natural products by actual chemical processes, 
and from coal tar. Not included in the report are data on purely 
natural products, such as floral essences, essential oils, and other 
materials that are obtained by simple extraction or by distillation 
from natural vegetable and animal sources. 

The flavor and perfume materials covered in this report are 
grouped as either cyclic or acyclic materials, according to their 
chemical structure. Cyclic materials are further classified as 
(1) benzenoid and naphthalenoid, and (2) terpenoid, heterocyclic, 
and alicyclic. Statistics on the production and sales of flavor and 
perfume materials in 1955 are given in table 18A.' 

The output of flavor and perfxime materials as a group totaled 
42 million pounds in 1955, an increase of 18. 9 percent from the 35 
million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 were 36 million 
pounds, valued at 53 million dollars, compared with 31 million 
pounds, valued at 47 million dollars, in 1954. 

Production of benzenoid and naphthalenoid flavor and perfume 
materials in 1955 was 14 million pounds, an increase of 11.8 per- 
cent from the 13 million pounds produced in 1954. Methyl salicy- 
late (synthetic wintergreen oil) is the chemical in this group 
produced in greatest volume. In 1955 production of this chemical 
totaled 3. 1 million pounds- -8.0 percent more than the 2. 9 million 
pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 of benzenoid and naphtha- 



■ See al£o table 18B, part m, which lists these picxlucts alphabetically and identifies the tnanu- 
factuiers. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 41 

lenoid flavor and perfume materials as a group totaled 12. 7 million 
pounds, valued at 16. 1 million dollars, compared with 11.0 million 
pounds, valued at 14. 1 million dollars, in 1954. 

The output of terpenoid, heterocyclic, and alicyclic flavor and 
perfume materials in 1955 was 9.9 million pounds, compared with 
9.1 million pounds in 1954--an increase of 8. 1 percent. The 
chemicals produced in largest volume in this group were the alpha 
and beta terpineols; production of these materials in 1955--2. 5 
million pounds--was only slightly higher than in 1954. Sales of 
terpenoid, heterocyclic, and alicyclic materials as a group in 1955 
totaled 7. 5 million pounds, valued at 14. 8 million dollars, com- 
pared with 7. 2 million pounds, valued at 12. 8 million dollars, in 
1954. 

In 1955, production of acyclic flavor and perfume materials 
totaled 18 million pounds--32.9 percent more than the 13 million 
pounds reported for 1954. By far the most important product in this 
group was monosodium glutamate, production of which totaled 16. 5 
million pounds, or about 92 percent (by weight) of the acyclic 
group. Sales of acyclic materials in 1955 totaled 16 million pounds, 
valued at 22 million dollars, compared with 13 million pounds, 
valued at 20 million dollars, in 1954. 

Plastics and Resin Materials 

The products covered in this section of the report are synthetic 
plastics and resin materials. These materials are formed by the 
condensation or polymerization of organic chemicals together with 
necessary additives. At some stage in their manufacture, they 
exist in a plastic condition that renders them capable of being 
shaped or processed by the application of heat and pressure. Some 
types of materials may be molded, cast, or extruded into finished 
or semifinished forms. Other types are used for adhesives, for 
the treatment of textiles and paper, and for protective coatings. 
Still other types of plastics materials are rolled or extruded into 
continuous sheets and films of various thicknesses --which, in turn, 
are further processed into rainwear, shower and other curtains, 
wrapping materials, and other products. Except for vinyl resins, 
the statistics given in the following tables are on the basis of total 
weight of the materials, excluding liquids. Statistics on vinyl 
resins are given on the basis of resin content. Cellulose plastics, 
which are derived primarily from natural raw materials, are not 
covered in this section (see appendix D). 

Statistics on the production and sales of plastics and resins are 
given in table 19A' according to chemical composition, and in table 
20 according to broad end uses. In 1955, the total output of all 
synthetic plastics and resin materials (except cellulosics), 
amounted to 3, 739 million pounds--32. 2 percent more than the 

2, 828 nnillion pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 amounted to 

3, 219 million pounds, valued at 1, 078 million dollars, compared 
with 2,497 nnillion pounds, valued at 856 million dollars, in 1954. 
Production of cellulose plastics in 1955 was 145 million pounds 
(see table 30). 



*See also table 19B, part III, which Hsu these products according to chemical composition, 
and identifies the manufacturers. 



42 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TA9£ 19A. --Synt/ietic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of plastics and resin materials, 
grouped according to chemical composition, 1955 

[Quantities 'and values are given In terms of the total weight of the materials (dry basis). Listed below are 
all synthetic plastics and resin materials for which any reported data on production, or sales may be 
published. (Leaders are used where the reported data arb accepted in confidence and may not be published 
or where no data were reported.) Table 19B in part III lists all plastics and resin materials for which 
data on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS, BENZIMOID 



Materials for which separate statistics may not be shown^- 
Materlalfi for which separate statistics are shown below — 

Coumarone-indene and petroleum polymer resins 

Epoxy resins 



Unmodified: Eplchlorohydrln-phenol and bisphenol- 
Modlf led— — — 



Phenolic and other tar-acid resins, total- 
Unmodified, total- 



Bisphenol-formaldehyde 

p-tert-Butylph9nol-blsphenol-foa™aldehyde- 
p-tert-Butylphenol-formaldehyde— — — — 
Cresols-formflldehyde- 



Creaylic acid-formaldehyde- 
Phenol-fomialdehyde— — — 

Res ore inol-f ormaldehyde 

All other 



Modified, total- 



Bisphenol-fopmaldehyde-rosln 

p-tert-Butylphenol-formaldehyde-roeln- 
Phanol -formaldehyde-aniline' . . — 

Phenol-fomaldet^e-rosin 

All other ■ 



Pbthalic alkyd resins, total- 
Unmodified, total- 



Phthalic anhydride-glycerol ■ — — 

Fhthalic anhydride-glycerol-glycol 

Plrthallc anlyrdride-glycerol-glycol-pentaerythritol- 

Phthallc anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol 

Phthalic anhydride-glycerol-sorbitol 

Phthallc anhydrlde-glycol^entaerythritol 

Phthallc anhydrida-pentaerythritol 

All other — 



Modified, total- 



Phthalic anhydride-€idipic aeid-glycol 

Phthallc anhydride-benzole acid-glycerol 

Phthallc anhydrlde-fumaric acld-glycerol 

Phthallc anhydride-fumaric acid-glycerol-rostn 

Phthallc anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol-phenol- 
formaldehyde-rosin- 



Phthalic anhydrlde-glycerol-pentaerythritol-roeln and 
tall oil- 



Phthallc anhydride-glycerol-phenol-f ormaldehyde 

Phthallc anhydride-glycerol^henol-formaldehyde-rosln- 

Phthalic anhydride-glycerol-rosin^ 

Phthallc anhydrlde-malelc anhydride-glycerol 

Phthallc anhydrlde-malelc anlyndride-glycerol- 

pentaerythritol ' ■ — ■ 

Phthallc anhydrlde-malelc anhydride-glycerol- 

pentaerythr itol-ros in — — 

Phthallc anhydrlde-malelc anhydride-glyoerol-rosln 

Phthallc anhydrlde-malelc anhydrlde-pentaerythritol — 
Phthallc anhydrlde-malelc anhydride-pentaerythritol- 

rosin or tall oil- 



Phthalic anhydride-pentaerythritol-rosin or tall oil- 
All other 



1.000 

pounds, 

dry batit' 

3,738,916 



1,000 

pounds, 

dry basis' 

3,219,388 



2,021,233 



7,362 

2,013,871 



292, 57<; 



20,974 
870 



562.691 



505,759 
309 

11,854 

7,192 

10,452 

444,897 

3,513 

27,058 

56,932 

4,278 

4,446 

4,496 

25,432 

18,280 

455,994 



326,088 

142,348 

6,077 

1,515 

42,166 

2,609 

52,357 

75,359 

3,657 

129,906 

349 

4,119 

2,882 

1,350 

4,320 

11,658 
3,364 
6,779 

30,932 
9,097 

9,073 

2,334 
1,399 
4,615 

10,368 
13,006 
14,261 I 



Quantity Value y^^^l 



1,650,022 



7,231 
1,642,791 



282,878 



17,786 
76 



483,345 



443,432 

147 

565 

9,672 

5,181 

2,448 

403,862 

2,836 

18,721 

39,913 

4,172 

4,516 

3,845 

14,247 

13,133 

234,700 



159,548 
59,733 
3,852 

'12,642 
1,856 
39,371 
37,955 
4,139 
75,152 

460 
558 



1,851 



1,849 

5,506 

24,682 

4,018 

6,063 

1,167 

593 

4,189 

7,424 
3,586 
13,206 



1,000 
dol lars 

1,077,833 



439,443 



3,983 
435,460 



27,327 

10,439 
102 

126.969 



115,883 

108 

305 

3,637 

1,667 

699 

100,613 

2,814 

6,040 

11,086 

912 

1,058 

1,205 

3,363 

4,548 

68,885 



18,294 
1,208 

"4,417 
689 
10,690 
10,753 
1,143 
21,691 

205 
219 



628 
1,970 
6,056 
1,298 

2,204 

450 

256 

1,191 

2,352 

845 

3,356 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



43 



TiCU ViK.--Synth»tIe organic cheaiicala: United Statea prodvction and aalea of piaatica and raain matariala, 
grouped accordini t6 chemical conpoai t ion , i 955- •Continued 



Quantity Value 



Unit 
value'' 



PLASTICS AND R£SIN U&IERIALSj B£NZ£NOID— Continued 



Polyester reelne, total*- 



Phthallo anhydride-malelo anhydrlde-glyool-etyrene- 
All other. 



1.000 
pound*, 
dry ba<i<> 
61.567 



Stjn'ene resins, total- 
Polystyrene- 



Styrene-aorylonltrile oopolymer- 
Styrene-alkyd polyester resins, total- 



Phthalio anhydride-glycerol-fientaerythritol-Btyrene- 
Phthallc anhydrlde-glyoerol-sty 



Phthallc anhydride-nialelo anhydride-glyool-styrene- 
All other 



Styrene-hutadiene copolymer—— 
Styrene-divinylbenzene oopolymer- 
All other styrene resins — ■ ■' 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS, NONBENZENOID 



Materials for which separate statistics may not be shown'- 
Materials for which separate statistics are shown helow— 



Acetone-formaldehyde resins 

AUtyd resins, except, phthalic, total- 
Unmodified, total- 



Malelc anhydride-pentaerythritol- 
All other 



Modified, total- 



Fumaric acid-glyeerol-rosin 

Fumario aold-pentaerythritol-rosin 

Maleic anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol-rosln- 
Maleic anhydride-glycerol-roein- 



Maleic auhydride-pentaerythritol-rosin— 
Maleic anhydride-pentaerythrltol-tall oil- 
All other ■ . . I 



Polyethylene resins- 



Rosin and terpene adduct resins, total- 

Fumaric aoid-rosin 

^11 other 



Rosin and tall oil esters, immodlfied, total- 
Roe in -glycerol- 



Rosin-glycerol-pentaerythritol- 

Rosln-pentaerythritol 

Tall oil-pentaerythritol 

All other 



Silicone resins — ______ 

Urea and melamine resins, total- 
Urea-formaldehyde type, total- 

Butylurea-formaldehyde 

Urea-formaldehyde 

All other 



Melamine-formaldehyde type, total- 

Melamine-formaldehyde 

All other- ...... 



Vinyl and vinyl copolymer resins (resin content), total- 
Polyvinyl aoetate^- 



Polyvinyl chloride and copolymer resins (containing 50 percent 

or more polyvinyl chloride) 

All other vinyl resins'' 



31,001 
»,566 



619,201 



1,000 
poundi, 
dry baiii' 
52.36«; 



13,622 

17,400 

2.M7 

10, Ul 

376 

4,436 

127,117 

25,728 

21,282 



1,717,683 



27,111 
25,253 

571,642 

"357723?" 

10,856 

U,418 

1,163 

8,835 

249 

4,171 

115,611 

24,809 

18,511 



1,569,366 



1,000 
dollart 

21.041 



9,534 
11,507 



180,697 



P«r 
pound 



ii3;3i3 

4,423 

6,390 

432 

3,846 

125 

1,987 

38,561 

11,828 

6,182 



638,390 



131,365 
1,586,318 

353 

87,221 



27,159 

569 

26,590 

60,062 

4,494 

7,202 

729 

18,032 

17,475 

5,429 

6,701 

402,279 
4,038 



123,204 
1,446,162 



361 
69,179 



24,880 

312 

24,568 

44,299 

3,189 

3,227 

16,408 

14,471 

1,457 

5,547 

350,327 

3,729 



113,448 
524,942 



106 
21.897 



11,913 
100 

11,813 

9,984 

829 

982 

3,544 

3,013 

180 

1,436 

138,264 

877 



2,103 
1,935 



57,830 



2,017 
1,712 



55,742 



429 
448 



10,100 



23,574 

1,766 

20,046 

188 

12,256 

2,957 
328.381 



237, 
211, 



25, 



703,259 



22,873 

1,890 

18,791 

65 

12,123 

2,615 
299.726 



72,946 



527,108 
103,205 



215,904 
11,884 

194,420 
9,600 
83,822 
60,696 
23,126 

664.483 



4,129 

316 

3,819 

10 

1,826 

7,806 
91.686 



63,024 



505,772 
95,687 



51,104 
5,010 
42,310 
3,784 
40,582 
27,744 
12,838 

254,206 



22,696 



172,081 
59,429 



^ Calculated an rounded figures. 

Dry basis, for the purpose of this report, is defined as the total weight of the material, including 
resin, plasticizers, fillers, extenders, colors, and stabilizers, and excluding water, solvents, and other 
liquid diluents. 

Includes data for aniline-formaldehyde, toluenesulfonamide, and other benzenoid plastics and resin 
materials. 

Polyester resins, for the purpose of this report, include unsaturated aliyds, copolymerized with monomers 
such as styrene, and polyallyl resins such as diallyl phthalate or allyl diglycol carbonate. Data for styrene- 
alkyd polyesters for protective coatings are not included in this groiq). 

Includes data for acrylic, polyamide, and other nonbenzenoid plastics and resin materials. 

Includes some data for copolymers of polyvinyl chloride and polyvinyl acetate which are included in table 
20 in the statistics for polyvinyl chloride and copolymers. 

Includes data for polyvinyl alcohol, butyral and formal, and for copolymers containing less than 50 per- 
cent polyvinyl chloride. 



44 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Total production in 1955 of benzenoid plastics and resins was 
2, 021 million pounds, compared with 1, 588 million pounds in 1954. 
Sales in 1955 were 1,650 million pounds, valued at 439 million 



TABLE 20. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of plastics and resin materials, 
grouped according to classes mid uses, 1955 

[in thousands of pounds, dry basls^] 



Phenolic and other tar acid resina: 

Molding materials 

Bonding and adhesive resins for — 

Laminating (except plywood) 

Coated and bonded abrasives 

Friction materials (brake linings, clutch facings, etc.) 

Thermal insulation (rock wool, fiber glass) 

Plywood 

All other bonding and adhesive uses 

Protective-coating resins, unmodified and modified, except by rosin- 

Beslns for all other uses 

Urea anri melamlne resins: 

Textile -treating and textile-coating resins 

Paper-treating and paper-coating resins 

Bonding and adhesive resins for-- 

Plywood 

All other bonding and adhesive uses, including laminating 

Protective-coating resins, straight and modified 

Hesins for all other uses, including molding 

Styrene reeins: 

ifoldlng materials 

Protective-coating resins, straight and modified^ 

Resins for all other uses 



Vinyl and vinyl copolymer resins (resin content), total 

Polyvinyl chloride and copolymer resins (50 percent or more polyvinyl 
chloride) for-- 

Film (under 0.010 gage) — - 

Sheeting (0.010 gage and over) 

Molding and extrusion 

Textile- and paper-treating and coating 

Flooring 

Protective coatings 

All other uses 

All other vinyl resins for-- 

Adhesives 

All other uses 



Aliyd resins: 

For protective coatings: 
Phthfllic anhydride types: 

Unmodified 

Jtodified - — 

Polybasic acid types : 

Unmodified — -- 

Jtodified - 

For all other uses 

Rosin modifications: 

Bosin esters for protective coatings: 

Unmodified (ester gums) 

Itodified (hard resins) 

All other modifications for protective coatings and other uses- 

Coumarone-indene and petroleum polymer resins 

Polyester resins 

Polyethylene resins 

MisoellaneouB synthetic plastics and reeins:-' 

tfclding materials 

Protective-coating reeins 

Hesins for all other uses 



220,276 

82,215 
15,763 
25,502 
52,980 
44,533 
27,929 
28,501 
37,778 

47,883 
23,378 

99,508 
28,491 
38,905 
90,215 

423,208 
103,128 
92,864 

703,260 



325,516 
129,031 

25,597 
11,469 
6,164 



40,510 
63,378 
30,531 

292,574 
61,544 

402,279 

51,629 
22,691 
89,017 



200,239 

49,562 
16,088 
22,168 
52,147 
36,023 
26,662 
24,678 
29,297 

40,588 
22,610 

94,415 
27,556 
28,777 
85,780 

386,169 
93,737 
91,735 

664,483 



83,043 
50,758 
183,131 
63,780 
55,810 
26,315 
57,509 

35,634 
108,503 



158,976 
75,166 

23,465 
2,907 

2,195 



37,649 
59,669 
29,346 

282,878 
52,360 

350,327 

48,244 
18,249 
84,438 



^ Dry basis, for the purpose of this report, is defined as the total weight of the material, Includ ing 
resin, plastlcizers, fillers, extenders, colors, and stabilizers, and excluding the weight of water, sol- 
vents, and other liquid diluents. 

^ Includes data for styrene-aUsyd polyester resins. 

^ Includes data for acrylic, epichlorohydrin, polyamide (nylon), silicone, and other synthetic plastics and 
resin materials. 

Note. --The figures in the above table are based on the Camnise ion's monthly reports on the production and 
sales of synthetic plastics and resin materials. They are partially estimated, and may not be correlated 
exactly with those given In table 19A. The data given in the above table are in substantial agreement with 
those given in the Commission's release for January 1956, which gave a sunmatlon of the data reported by 
months for 1955. Changes in classification and a minor increase in coverage on some products result In some 
differences in the detail figures given in this table from thoae given in the January 1956 report. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1953 45 

dollars, compared with 1, 331 million pounds, valued at 360 million 
dollars, in 1954. Of the benzenoid group, styrene resins were pro- 
duced in the largest volume in 1955. Production of styrene resins 
in 1955 was 619 million pounds, compared with 481 million pounds 
in 1954. Sales in 1955 were 572 million pounds, valued at 181 
million dollars, compared with 458 million pounds, valued at 151 
million dollars, in 1954. 

In 1955, as in 1954, phenolic and other tar acid resins ranked 
second in volume of production in the benzenoid group. Production 
of these materials in 1955 amounted to 563 million pounds--29. 7 
percent more than the 434 million pounds produced in 1954. Sales 
of phenolic resins in 1955 were 483 million pounds, valued at 1Z7 
million dollars. The phthalic alkyd resins, used principally in the 
manufacture of protective coatings, were third in volume of pro- 
duction in the benzenoid group in 1955, the total output being 456 
million pounds. Other important plastics included in the benzenoid 
group are coumarone -indene and petroleum polymer resins, epoxy 
resins, and polyester resins. 

Production of nonbenzenoid plastics and resin materials in 1955 
amounted to 1, 718 million pounds--38. 7 percent more than the 
1,240 million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 amounted to 
1, 569 million pounds, valued at 638 million dollars, compared with 
1, 166 million pounds, valued at 496 million dollars, in 1954. Of 
the nonbenzenoid group, the vinyl resins were produced in the 
largest volume in 1955, as they have been for the last several 
years. Production of these resins in 1955 totaled 703 million 
pounds, compared with 524 million pounds in 1954, Sales of vinyl 
resins in 1955 were 664 million pounds, valued at 254 million 
dollars, compared with 514 million pounds, valued at 211 million 
dollars, in 1954, Production in 1955 of polyethylene resins, statis- 
tics for which are shown separately for the first time in this report, 
amounted to 402 million pounds; sales were 3 50 million pounds, 
valued at 138 million dollars. The total output of urea and mela- 
mine resins in 1955 was 328 million pounds, compared with 265 
million pounds in 1954. Sales of these resins in 1955 were 300 
million pounds, valued at 92 million dollars, compared with sales 
in 1954 of 245 million pounds, valued at 74 million dollars. Other 
important materials included in the nonbenzenoid group are acrylic 
and polyamide resins. 

Statistics on the production and sales of plastics and resins by 
uses, given in table 20, are computed for the most part from the 
Tariff Commission'^ monthly surveys of the production and sales 
of synthetic plastics and resin materials. The largest single use 
for plastics and resins in 1955, as in previous years, was for 
molding and extruding into finished and semifinished forms. Other 
important uses for which statistics are shown are for sheeting and 
film, for the treatment of textiles and paper, for adhesives, and 
for protective coatings. 

Rubber -Processing Chemicals 

Rubber -processing chemicals are organic compounds that are 
added to natural and synthetic rubbers to give them qualities nec- 
essary for their conversion into finished rubber goods. In this 
report, statistics are given for cyclic and acyclic compounds by 
use--such as accelerators, antioxidants, and peptizers. Statistics 



46 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



on the production and sales of rubber-processing chemicals in 1955 
are given in table ZlA.' 

Production of rubber-processing chemicals as a group in 1955 
amounted to 177 million pounds--36.3 percent more than the 130 
million pounds reported for 1954. The increase in the production of 
rubber-processing chemicals resulted from the larger consumption 
of rubber in 1955. Sales in 1955 of rubber -processing chemicals 
were 143 million pounds, valued at 86 million dollars, compared 
with 101 million pounds, valued at 62 million dollars, in 1954. 



TABLE 21A.' -Synthetic organic cheaicalt: United States production end sales of 
ruhber-proceaiing chamicalt, 1955 

[Listed below are all rubber-processing chemloals for vhloh any reported data on production or sales may be 
published. Table 21B in part III lists separately all rubber-processing chemicals for which data on pro- 
duction or sales were reported and identifies the maxaifacturer of each] 



Produc- 
tion 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



Grand total- 



RUBBER-PROCESSINO CHEMICAIS, CTCLIC 



Accelerators, total- 



n-Butyraldehyde-aniline 

Dithlocarbamic acid derivatives 

Thiazole derivatives, total 

2-Mercaptobenzothiazole 

All other 



All other acoelerators- 



Antioxidants, total- 



Amino or hydroxy compounds- 
All other^ 



Peptizers, tackifiers, inhibitors, and blowing agents 

RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 
Total 



Accelerators, total- 



Dithlocarbamlc acid derivatives, total^- 
Dibutyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt- 
Diethyldithiooarbamic acid, zinc salt- 



Dlmethyldithiocarbamlc acid, potassium salt 

Dimethyldithiocarbamie acid, sodium salt and sodium polyaulfide- 
All other — 



Tetramethylthiuram sulfides, total* 

Tetramethylthiuram disulfide 

Tetramethylthiuram monosulfide 



Peptizers, stabilizers, lubricating, conditioning, and blowing agents 
total __________^______— 



Dodecyl mercaptans- 
All other' 



i.OOO 
poundM 

177,120 



i.OOO 
pound* 
U3,02'V 



i.OOO 

dollars 

85,79A 



Per 
pound 

$0.60 



70,454 



65,799 



481 
466 
55,321 
18,542 
36,779 
9,531 

75.582 



46,756 



452 

433 

37,035 

5,362 

31,673 

8,836 

67.165 



25,888 



61,033 
14, 549 



7,050 



55,916 
11,249 



6,718 



22,385 



512 
18,693 

2,041 
16,652 

6,407 

38.278 



31,878 
6,400 

6,288 



15,340 



15,897 



8,355 
1,121 
2,159 

202 
2,912 
1,961 
6,786 
5,249 
1,537 

756 



12.792 



10.272 



9.612 



5,026 

1,041 

1,503 

75 

2^407 
4,898 
3,576 
1,322 

348 



7,774 
5,018 



7,380 
4,733 



4,157 

1,007 

1,305 

39 

1,806 
5,058 
3,561 
1,497 
397 



5,728 



3,642 
2,086 



.58 



.55 

1.18 
.50 
.38 
.53 
.73 

.57 



~:i3 

.97 
.87 
.52 

'"75 

1.03 
1.00 
1.13 
1.14 



"^ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Data on small quantities of amino or hydroxy confounds are included in these figures in order to avoid 
disclosing the operations of individual producers and to show figures on total antioxidants. 

^ Data on dithlocarbamates Included in this table are for material used exclusively In the processing of 
natural and synthetic rubbers. Data on dithlocarbamates which are used as fungicides are reported in the 
section "Pesticides and Other Organic Agricultural Chemicals." 

* Includes data for small amounts of tetramethylthiuram sulfides for uses other than in the processing of 
natural and synthetic rubbers. 

' These figures are not comparable with those for 1954. Some chemicals which were formerly classified as 
accelerators have chief uses other than as accelerators. These chemicals are now included in "all other 
peptizers, stabilizers, lubricating, conditioning, and blowing agents" classification. 



TSee alio uble 21B, part m, which lisu these products alphabetically and identifies the manu- 
facnuers. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1935 47 

The output of cyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1955 
amounted to 148 million pounds, or 35. percent more than the 110 
million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 were 121 million 
pounds, valued at 70 million dollars, compared with 85 million 
pounds, valued at 51 million dollars, in 1954. Included in this 
report also are statistics for the dithiocarbamic acid and benzothi- 
azole derivatives that are used as accelerators. Of the total pro- 
duction of cyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1955, accelerators 
accounted for about 44, 3 percent, antioxidants, for 50. 9 percent, 
and other uses, for about 5 percent. 

Production of acyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1955 
amounted to 28. 7 million pounds, compared with 20. 1 million 
pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 were 22.4 million pounds, 
valued at 15. 3 million dollars, compared with 16. 3 million pounds, 
valued at 11.8 million dollars, in 1954. Accelerators, principally 
dithiocarbamic acid derivatives and tetramethylthiuram sulfides, 
accounted for approximately 55 percent of the production of acyclic 
rubber-processing chemicals in 1955. Peptizers and modifiers-- 
chiefly dodecyl mercaptans, together with lubricating, conditioning, 
and blowing agents--accounted for approximately 45 percent of the 
output in the acyclic group. 

Elastomers (Synthetic Rubbers) 

The output of elastomers (synthetic rubbers) in 1955 amounted 
to 2, 210 million pounds--54. percent more than the I, 435 million 
pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 amounted to 2, 193 million 
pounds, valued at 645 million dollars, compared with 1,497 million 
pounds, valued at 436 million dollars, in 1954. Statistics on the 
production and sales of elastomers are given in table 22A,* 

Production in 1955 of cyclic elastomers, consisting entirely of 
the polybutadiene-styrene type (Buna S, GR-S), amounted to 1,643 
million pounds--68. 9 percent more than the production (973 million 
pounds) in 1954. Sales of the polybutadiene-styrene type elastomers 
in 1955 amounted to 1, 644 million pounds, valued at 402 million 
dollars, compared with 1, 029 million pounds, valued at 242 million 
dollars, in 1954. During 1955, the plants producing this type of 
rubber were transferred from Government to private ownership. 
GR-S rubber is used principally in the manufacture of pneumatic 
tire casings. 

The output of acyclic elastomers in 1955 amounted to 568 million 
pounds, compared with 462 million pounds in 1954. Sales in 1955 
were 549 million pounds, valued at 243 million dollars, compared 
with 468 million pounds, valued at 194 million dollars, in 1954. 
The acyclic group of elastomers includes oil-resistant types such 
as neoprene, and special purpose types such as butyl or GR-I (used 
principally in the manufacture of inner tubes for tires), N-types, 
vinyl, and silicone elastomers. 



* See also table 22B, part m, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manu- 
factarers. 



48 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 22A. --Synt/iefic organic chemicals: United States prodiiction and sales of elastomers 
(synthetic rubbers) , * 1955 

[Listed below are all synthetic elastomers for which reported data on production or sales may be published. 
Table 22B in part III lists alphabetically all elastomers for which data on production or sales were re- 
ported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Produc- 
tion 



(Quantity 



Unit value* 



Grand total- 



Total 



ELAST0MER5, CYCLIC 



Polybutadiene-styrene type (Buna S, GR-S): 

S-type rubber produced for Government account 

S-type rubber produced for private account 

S-type rubber modifications— — 



ELASTOMERS, ACYCLIC 

Products for which separate statistics may not be shown' - 
Products for which separate statistics are shown below 

Polybutadiene-acrylonitrile type (N-type) ■ ■ ■- — 

Polychloroprene type (Neoprene) 



Polyisobutylene-lsoprene type (Butyl, GR-I), total 

Butyl type rubber, produced for Government account- 
Butyl type rubber, produced for private account 

Polyvinyl type* 



pounds 

2,210,443 



1.000 
pounds 

2,192,964 



1.000 
dollars 



1,643,752 



494, 541 

1,140,692 

7,446 



567,764 



532,051 

1,104,633 

7,068 



549,212 



122,580 

274,712 

5,168 



242,834 



39,993 
527,771 



34,151 
515,061 



24,370 
218,46^ 



71,458 
204,640 



66,320 
203,782 



36,304 
87,548 



127,821 



36,481 
84,459 



124,019 



33,573 
85,588 



26,607 



8,026 
18, 581 



72,696 



Per 
pound 

$0.29 



An elastomer is defined as a material which will stretch repeatedly to 150 percent or more of normal 
length, and will return rapidly and with force to its approximate original state. 

Calculated on rounded figures. 
' Includes data for chlorinated and cyclo rubbers, polyurethane foams, and thiokol, silicone, polyiso- 
butylene, and other acyclic elastomers. 

Includes data for polyvinyl alcohol, butyral, and chloride elastomers. 

Note. — Production figures for GR-S and GR-I rubbers for Government account are as reported to the Federal 
Facilities Corporation. Production figures for GR-S, GR-I, and neoprene rubbers for private account are as 
reported to the Department of Commerce and the U. S. Tariff Commission. All sales of GR-6, GR-I, and neoprene 
rubbers were calculated from published data on conBUii?)tion, inventories, and listed prices. All quantity data 
are given on the basis of elastomers content, and do not Include the weight of additives or extenders. Data 
given in this report on production and sales of some GR-S type elastomers are less than those shown In the 
preliminary report by the amount of oil additive that was erroneously included in the quantities reported for 
the preliminary report. 



Plasticizers 



Plasticizers are organic chemicals used in the manufacture of 
plastics and resin materials to impart necessary properties so that 
the materials may be adapted to various applications. Statistics on 
the production and sales of plasticizers are given in table 23A.' 

The output of all plasticizers in 1955 totaled 396 million pounds-- 
31. 7 percent more than the production (301 million pounds) reported 
for 1954. Sales in 1955 amounted to 338 million pounds, valued at 
104 million dollars, compared with 247 million pounds, valued at 82 
million dollars, in 1954. 

Production of cyclic plasticizers in 1955 amounted to 296 million 
pounds--30. 2-percent more than the 228 million pounds reported for 
1954. The cyclic plasticizers in this group consist principally of 
the esters of phosphoric acid and phthalic anhydride. Sales of 
cyclic plasticizers in 1955 were 253 million pounds, valued at 72 



9 See also uble 23B, part in, which lists these products alphabetically, and identifies the manu- 
facturers. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



49 



TABLE 23\. --Synthetic or^anj'c chemicals: United States production and sales of plaaticiters, 1955 

[Listed below are all plastlolzers for which reported data on production or salea may be published. (Leader* 
are used where tlie reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or where m data were 
reported. ) Table 23B in part III lists all plastlclzers for which data on production or sales were re- 
ported and identifies the immifactxrrer of each] 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



(^lantlty 



Grand total 

PLiSnClZERS, CYCUC 

Total — - 

ChemioalB for which separate statistics may not be shown^ 

ChemloaLs for which separate statistics are shown below 

Phosphoric acid esters: 

Tricresyl phosphate^ 

Triphenpl phosphate 

Phthallc anlQrdrlde esters, total 

Bnlyl deoyl phthalate 

Dibu'^1 phthalate 

Dlc^iyl phthalate 

Dldeoyl phthalate 

Methyl phthalate 

Dilflodecyl phthalate 

Dl(2-asthcayethyl) phthalate (ni(iBethyl cellosolve) phthalate) 

Maethyl phthalate 

Dlootyl phthalates, total 

Dl(2-ethylheiyl) phthalate - — 

Dllso-octyl, dl-n-ootyl, and nized ootyl phthalates 

Octyl decyl phthalate 

All other 

PLASnCIZERS, ACYCLIC 

Total - — 

Chealcala for itiilch separate statistics may not be shown* 

nheai r.n^ p for which separate statistics are shown below 

Adipic acid esters, total 

Wdecyl adlpate 

ni(2-ethylhexyl) adlpate 

Dilso-octyl adlpate 

All other- 

Glyceryl acinoricinoleate 

Oleic acid esters, total 

Butyl oleate 

Ifethyl oleate . 

All other — 

Phosphoric acid esters 

Sebacio acid esters, total 

Dibutyl sebacate 

All other 



Stearic acid esters, total- 
Butyl atearate 
All other 



Triethylene glycol di(caprylate-caprate)- 



1,000 
poundl 
396,056 



296,294 



40,653 
255,641 



34,194 
8,632 



212,815 
1,056 



23,858 

5,069 

15,799 

3,899 

3,005 

3,950 

102,287 

71,640 

30,647 

13,102 

40,810 



99,762 



45,962 
53,800 



10,592 



1,472 
2,651 
1,592 
4,877 

287 

11,545 



t;9^ 

811 
8,735 

10,412 

9,305 



3,435 
5,870 



6,368 
3,260 



2,031 



1,000 
pounds 

338,081 



1,000 
dollars 
103,705 



252,834 



71,794 



38,441 
214,393 



10,961 
60,833 



32,097 



182,296 



9,804 



51,029 



17,728 
6,290 
3,842 

11,087 
3,127 

3,288 
88,054 
58,918 
29,136 
12,795 
36,085 



85,247 



4,677 
1,807 
1,131 
2,7U 
9U 

846 
23,098 
U,524 
8,574 
4,092 
11,750 



31,911 



42,604 
42,643 



15,202 
16,709 



8,194 



1,004 
1,860 
2,777 
2,553 

75 

8,594 



3,404 



451 
8,143 
7,543 
6,764 



417 

777 

936 

1,274 

27 

2,738 



97 
2,641 
3,274 



1,034 
5,730 

9,371 



4.166 
3,486 



2,165 



6,145 
3,226 



2,102 



1,268 
897 



935 



Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Includes data for synthetic cnmplinr, certain phosphoric acid esters, toluenemilfonamidEB , tetralydrofur- 
furyl oleate, and other cyclic plasticlzers. 

' Includes aaterlal produced for use as motor fuel additive. 

* Includes data for citric and acetyloitric, azelalc, palmitic, tartaric, and rlclnoleic acid eatepe, and 
for butyl Bjyrlntate, glyceryl and glycol esters of certain fatty acids, glyceryl trlproplonate, ccnpiex 
polymeric materials, and other acyclic plastlclzers. 



million dollars, compared with 186 million pounds, valued at 57 
million dollars, in 1954. In 1955, as in 1954, phthalic anhydride 
esters, which are essential to the processing of vinyl resins, were 
produced in the largest volume in the cyclic group. Production of 
phthalic anhydride esters in 1955 was 213 million pounds; sales 
were 182 million pounds, valued at 51 million dollars. 



50 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Production of acyclic plasticizers in 1955 totaled 100 million 
pounds, compared with 73 million pounds in 1954. This group con- 
sists of the esters of adipic, lauric, oleic, phosphoric, sebacic, 
stearic, and other acids. Sales of acyclic plasticizers in 1955 were 
85 million pounds, valued at 32 million dollars, compared with 62 
million pounds, valued at 25 million dollars, in 1954. Of the acyclic 
plasticizers, the oleic acid esters were produced in the largest 
volume. 

Surface -Active Agents 

The surface -active agents covered in this report include syn- 
thetic organic detergents, and wetting, dispersing, penetrating, and 
emulsifying agents; soaps are not included. As the data are given in 
terms of 100-percent active material, they exclude all inorganic 
salts, water, and diluents. 

Originally developed as soap substitutes for the textile industry, 
surface -active agents have proved valuable in many other applica- 
tions because of their varied and specific properties. Today, 
packaged household and industrial detergents account for about 75 
percent of the total production. The rest, used as wetting, dispers- 
ing, penetrating, and emulsifying agents, find many applications in 
the processing of textiles and leather, in ore flotation and oil- 
drilling operations, and in the manufacture of paints, agricultural 
sprays, lubricants, cosmetics, foods, and many other products. 

Statistics on production and sales of surface -active agents in 
1955 are given in table 24A." In 1955 production of surface -active 
agents as a group totaled 1, 153 million pounds, or 12.4 percent 
more than the 1, 026 million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 
1955 were 1, 066 million pounds, valued at 241 million dollars, com- 
pared with 913 million pounds, valued at 196 million dollars, in 
1954. 

In 1955, the production of anionic surface -active agents (sulfated 
and sulfonated cyclic and acyclic compounds, phosphorous-con- 
taining acyclic compounds, and acyclic salts of fatty acids) amounted 
to 905 million pounds, or approximately 78. 5 percent of the total 
quantity of surface -active agents produced. This quantity was 73 
million pounds more than the output in 1954, Sales in 1955 totaled 
852 million pounds, valued at 170 million dollars, compared with 
737 million pounds, valued at 142 million dollars, in 1954. In 
volume of production, the principal items in the anionic group in 
1955 were the following: The dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid type of 
surface -active agent (446 million pounds); sulfated and sulfonated 
alcohols and esters (137 million pounds); and sulfonated petroleum 
aromatic compounds (125 million pounds). 



>*See also uble 24B, part m, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manu- 
facturers. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



51 



TAEU HA." Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and aaiea of tur face. active agenta} 1953 

[Lifted below are all surface-aotlve agents for which reported data am production or salee say be publifihed. 
(Leaders are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or irtiere no 
data were reported. ) Table 24B In part III lists all surface-active agents for which data on production or 
sales were reported and Identifies the nanufacturer of each] 



Sales 



^umtity 



Grand total- 



SUHFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, CYCXIC 



Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated, total^- 

NonylphenoQcy polyethoxyethanol 

All other - 



Nitrogen-containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated, 

total* - - 

Benzy Usury IdinethylammDniuiii chloride 

All other 



Sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface-active agents, total - 
Aliyl benzenoid conjjounds, sulfated and sulfonated, total 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonlc acid type 

All other i 

T.^gT^^n derivatives, sulfonated, total 

Naphthalene derivatives, sulfonated, total 

Butylnaphthalenesulfonic acid, mono and di 

Diaicrlnaphthalenesulfonlc acid 

Isopropylnaphthnl enesulf onlc acid, mono and di 

All other 

Petroleum aromatic compounds, sulfonated, total — 

Acid-layer-type petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt — ^ 

Oil-layer-type petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt 

All other - - 

All other sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface-active 
agents' 



SUHFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC 



Total- 



Esters anri ethers, nonsulfonated, total" 

Dlethylene glycol monolaurate 

Diethylene glycol mono-oleate 

Dlethylene glycol monostearate 

Glycerol mono-oleate 

Glycerol monostearate 

Polyethoxyethyl coconut oil ester 

Polyethoxyethyl dllaurate 

Polyethoxyethyl dloleate 

Polyethoiyethyl monolaurate 

Polyethoxyethyl mono-oleate 

Polyethoxyethyl monostearate 

Polyethoxyethyl trldecyl ether 

1,2-Propylene glycol monolaurate 

1,2-Propylene glycol monostearate 

All other 



Nitrogen-containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated, 
total — 

N-(Aminoethyl)-N-(hydrQxyethyl)stearamlde (Stearamlde of 
nTiH nrrf >+.hy1 pf. hftTTnl ami np ) 

Coconut oil amide of mono(dlethanolamlne) (Diethanol 

lauramide) 

Coconut oil amide of bis ( dlethanolamine ) 

Coconut oil amide of dlethanolamine, neither mono nor bls- 
N,N-Di(2-hydroxyethyl)oleamlde (Diethanol oleamide) 

(Dlethanolamine oleate) 

H,N-Dl(2-hydroxyethyl)stearamlde (Diethanol atearajBide) — 

Stearamlde of dlethylenetriamine 

All other'' — 



1,000 
poundt 

1,153,181 



1,000 

DO and t 

1,066,108 



1,000 
dollari 
2A1,'M34 



Phosphorus-containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated- 



Salts of fatty acids, nonsulfonated, 

Coconut oil, potassium salt 

Potassium laurate 

Potassium oleate 

Potassium tallate 



total- 



763,839 



71.819 
41,219 



10,083 



1,445 
8,638 



681.937 



449,263 

446,172 

3,091 

79,596 

6,493 

1,874 

150 

1,070 

3,399 

124,5"48 

1,937 

82,750 

39,861 

22,037 



389,342 



101,227 



726 

363 

1,442 

3,720 

11,576 

2U 

544 

239 

763 

1,808 

2,996 

1,026 

184 

674 

74,952 



65,353 



2,204 

3,185 
4,739 
2,528 

931 

870 

477 

50,419 

1,852 

23,094 



53 
106 
614 
728 



705,460 



U8,2S9 



45.858 
11,503 
37,355 



15.012 
2,819 
12,193 



5.969 
1,289 
4,680 



4,272 

96r 

3,304 



650,633 

442,988 

439,927 

3,061 

77,584 

3,680 

1,664 

909 

1,107 

104,722 

79,382 
25,340 

21,659 



360,648 



95,151 



595 

230 

846 

3,408 

10,881 

186 

534 

233 

589 

1,030 

2,816 

751 

164 

640 

72,248 



64,350 



1,878 

2,130 
4,716 
2,379 

827 

631 

455 

51,334 

1,178 

22,337 



50 
106 
424 
661 



129.005 

107,114 

106,159 

955 

3,010 

1,375 

353 

633 

389 

12,317 

10,168 
2,U9 

5,189 



93,115 



24.190 



205 

71 

247 

1,156 

2,837 

44 

212 

88 

227 

391 

1,131 

254 

80 

187 

17,060 



27,661 



2,015 

875 

1,664 

975 

330 

297 

308 

21,197 

630 

2.710 



24 
19 
84 
118 



See footnotes at end of table. 



52 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 24A. --Synfhet/c organic chemicals: United States production and sales of sur face-active agents,' 1955- 

Continued 



Quantity Value value ^ 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Salta of fatty acids, nonsuLfonated — Continued 

Sodium oleate 

Sodium etearate 

Tallow, sodium S£j.t 

All other - 

Sulfated and sulfonated acyclic surface-active agents, total-- 

Acids, sulfated and sulfonated, total 

Oleic acid, sulfonated (Sulfonated red oil) 

All other 

Alcohols and esters, sulfated and svilfonated, total- 

lAuryl sulfate, sodium salt 

Lauryl sulfate, triethanolamlne salt 

Isopropyl sulfc -oleate 

n- Propyl sulfo-oleate 

All other — - --■ 

Nitrogen-containing surface-active agents, sulfated and 

sulfonated, total 

Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamlne, sulfated, potassium 

salt 

Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamlne, sulfated, sodium 

salt 

N-Jfethyloleoyltaurine, sodium salt 

All other 

Oils, fats and waxes, sulfated and sulfonated, total 

Animal fata and oils, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Neat's-foot oil, sulfonated 

Tallow, sulfonated 

Fish and marine -animal oils, sulfated and sulfonated; 

Cod oil, sulfonated 

Sperm oil, sulfonated 

Tall oil, sulfonated 

Vegetable oils, sulfated and s>ilfonated: 

Castor oil, sulfonated 

Com oil, sulfonated 

Mustard seed oil, sulfonated 

Peanut oil, sulfonated 

Rice-bran oil, sulfonated 

Soybean oil, sulfonated 

All other oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and Sulfonated'- 



1.000 
pound. 
958 

3,516 
16,691 

197,816 



3,512 

2,520 

992 

136,970 

13,598 

4,035 

870 

1,510 

116,957 

4,161 

113 

221 

2,001 

1,826 

53,173 

1,830 
10,850 

4,199 

6,339 

439 

9,563 
210 
136 

1,897 

722 

827 

16,161 



1.000 
pounds 

94S 

431 

3,428 

16,289 

177,632 



2,546 

1,635 

911 

134,309 

12,931 

4,194 

753- 

1,349 

115,082 

3,349 

111 

205 

1,275 

1,758 

37,428 

1,694 
8,348 

3,345 

2,812 

423 

7,114 



1,743 

376 

360 

11,213 



1.000 
dollar:! 

176 

118 

530 

1,641 

37,924 

tST 

562 

221 

29,018 

4,777 

1,074 

373 

303 

22,491 

1,536 

86 

174 

591 

685 

6,587 

233 
1,148 

478 
580 
119 

1,304 



494 

86 

113 

2,032 



pound 

$0.19 
.27 
.15 
.10 



Data are given in terms of buli surface -active agents, that is, in terms of 100-percent content of 
surface-active agents, exclusive of all inorganic salts, water, or other ingredients. 
^ Calculated on rounded figures. 
■' Includes polyhydric alcohol ethers and esters. 

* Includes quaternary ammonium compounds. 

^ Includes sulfated and sulfonated phenyl ethers and substituted biphenyls. 

* Includes certain lauric, oleic, and stearic acid esters reported as plasticizers prior to 1953. 

' Includes amine salts of fatty acids, esters of hydroxyamlnes , fatty acid amines, quaternary ammonium 
con^jounda, and fatty acid derivatives of guanidine, glycine, polypeptides, and others. 

Includes sodium salt of petroleum sulfonate, sulfonated synthetic Japan wax, sulfonated recovered grease, 
sulfonated lard oil, sulfonated wool grease, and other sulfonated animal, fish, and vegetable oils. 



Pesticides and Other Organic Agricultural Chemicals 

Pesticides (fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, and rodenti- 
cides) and other organic agricultural chemicals such as fumigants, 
plant hormones, seed disinfectants, and soil conditioners are 
covered in this section. As in other sections of this report, the data 
(except where otherwise indicated) are given in terms of 100-percent 
active material, thus excluding such materials as diluents, emul- 
sifiers, synergists, and wetting agents. Statistics on production 
and sales of pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals in 
1955 are given in table 25A." 



" See also table 25B, pait III, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manu- 
factureis. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



53 



TABLE 2SA. -•Synthetic organic chemicals: United States prockjction and sales of pesticides and other organic 

agricultural chemicals, 1955 

[Listed below are all peBtloldes and other organic agrlctiltural chemicals for which any reported data on 
production or sales inay be published, (Leaders are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence 
and may not be published or where no data were reported.) Table 25B in part III lists all pesticides and 
other organic agricultural chemicals for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies 
the manufacturer of each] 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



Quantity Value yalue^ 



Grand total- 



PESTICIEES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, CYCLIC 



Total- 



Fungicides and seed disinfectants, total- 

Naphthenlc acid, copper salt 

2, i, 5-Trichlorophenol 

All other 



Herbicides and plant hormones, total — 



Naphthalene and naphthoxyacetic acid derivatives- 
Phenoxyacetlc acid, salts, and derivatives: 

(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetio acid (2,4-D) 

( 2, 4-Dlchlorophenoxy) acetic acid esters, total- 
n-Butyl 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate- 

Iso-octyl 2, 4-diohlorophenoxyacetate 

Isopropyl 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetate 

All other- 



(2,<i-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid salts 

f 2, -ijS-Trichlorophenoxy) acetic acid (2, A, 5-1) 

(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid esters, total — 
Butoxyethoxypropyl 2, A, 5-trlchlorophenoxyacetate- 
n-Butyl 2,<i, 5-trichlorophenoxyacetate- 



Iso-octyl 2,'i,5-trichlorophenoxyaoetate- 
Isopropyl 2,4, 5-trichloropheno3cyacetate- 
All other 



Phenyl mercuric acetate- 
All other^ 



Insecticides and rodenticides, total- 



Hexachlorocyclohexane (Benzene hexachloride)-' 

Parathion (0,0-Diethyl O-(p-nltrophenyl) phosphorothionate) 

l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2-bls(p-ohlorophenyl)ethane (DDT) 

All other* 

PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 

Total 



Fumlgants, fungicides, and seed disinfectants, total- 
Bromomethane (Methyl bromide )- 



Dijnethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt (Ziram)- 
All other' 



Herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides, and soil conditioners, 
total 



Ethyl pyrophosphate (Tetraethyl pyrophosphate) (TEPP)' 
All other' 



1.000 
pounds 

506, 376 



429,367 



69,667 



2,373 

3,806 

63,488 

76,751 
5i 



34, 516 
22,879 
5,263 
2,484 
6,544 
8,588 
6,640 
2,925 
3,793 
1,723 



1,382 
692 

5,248 

282,949 



56,051 

5,168 

129,693 

92,037 



77,009 



58,961 



9,222 

963 

48,776 



18,048 



17,533 



1,000 
iounds 
415,310 



1,000 
iollars 

152,772 



Per 
pound 

$0.37 



354,102 



125,530 



60,622 



20,112 



2,442 
58 j 180 
39,605 



693 
19,419 



58 

13,060 

12,978 

3,648 

1,440 

3,675 

4,215 

4,926 

1,460 

2,375 

519 

195 

369 

310 

982 

624 

4,124 

253,875 



69,491 

5,774 

124,660 

53,950 



61,208 



147 

4,428 

5,460 

1,503 

625 

1,493 

1,839 

1,442 

1,483 

2,421 

472 

231 

372 

386 

960 

3,474 

6,981 

79,582 



6,978 
7,395 
25,986 
39,223 



27,242 



45.738 



17.189 



9,113 

934 

35,691 



15,470 



4,185 

607 

12,397 



401 
15,069 



422 

9,631 



.65 
2.53 



.34 

.42 

.41 

.43 

•41 

.44 

.29 

1.02 

1.02 

.91 

1.18 

1.01 

1.25 

.98 

5.57 



.31 
.10 
1.28 
.21 
.73 



.38 
.46 
.65 

.35 



1.05 
.64 



^ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Includes such materials as dimethylurea compounds, dinltro coii?)Ounds, endothal, isopropyl carbanilate 
(IPC) and chloro-IPC, maleic hydrazide and sodium salt, SES, TCPPA, and a small amount of phenoxyacetic acid 
derivatives . 

' Production of the gamma isomer content in benzene hexachloride totaled 10.7 million pounds; sales 
amounted to 11.6 million pounds. 

4 Combined production in this group of aldrin, chlordane, dieldrin, endrin, heptachlor, Isodrin, and toxa- 
phene amounted to 77,025 thousand pounds. Sales totaled 40,722 thousand pounds, valued at 28,276 thousand 
dollars. Also included in this group are allethrin, aramite, arathane, DDD, DNOC, EPN, lindane, methoxychlor, 
methyl parathion, perthane, strobane, thanlte, and a small amount of rodenticides. 

' Includes chloropicrin, DD mixture, ferbam, organic mercury fungicides, manzate, nabam, nemagon, and 
zineb . 

* TEPP is iOf, ethyl pyrophosphate. 

' Includes malathion, metaldehyde, OMPA, sodium TCA, soil conditioners, thiocyanatee , and a small amount of 
rodenticides. 



54 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

In 1955 production of all pesticides and other organic agricul- 
tural chemicals amounted to 506 million pounds --20. 8 percent 
more than the production (419 million pounds) reported for 1954. 
Sales in 1955 amounted to 415 million pounds, valued at 153 million 
dollars, compared with 336 million pounds, valued at 125 million 
dollars, in 1954. 

In 1955 the output of cyclic pesticides and other cyclic chemicals 
in this group totaled 429 million pounds, or 20. 1 percent more than 
the 358 million pounds produced in 1954. Sales in 1955 were 354 
million pounds, valued at 126 million dollars, compared with 279 
million pounds, valued at 102 million dollars, in 1954. 

Production of cyclic insecticides and rodenticides in 1955 was 
283 million pounds, or 55. 9 percent of the total output of all organic 
pesticides and 65. 9 percent of the total output of cyclic pesticides. 
Sales in 1955 totaled 254 million pounds, valued at 80 million 
dollars. The chemical in this subgroup that was produced in the 
greatest quantity in 1955 was the insecticide DDT, production of 
which amiounted to 130 million pounds. 

Production of acyclic pesticides and other acyclic organic agri- 
cultural chemicals in 1955 amounted to 77 million pounds, com- 
pared with the 62 million pounds reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 
were 61 million pounds, valued at 27 million dollars, compared 
^ith 57 million pounds, valued at 22 million dollars, in 1954. 

Miscellaneous Synthetic Organic Chemicals 

As used in this report, the term "miscellaneous synthetic or- 
ganic chemicals" includes products such as halogenated hydro- 
carbons, paint driers, photographic chemicals, solvents, and 
tanning materials that are not included in the use groups covered 
in the other sections of the report. In 1955, the output of these 
miscellaneous chemicals as a group totaled 20, 802 million pounds- - 
19. 5 percent more than the output (17,408 million pounds) reported 
for 1954. Sales in 1955 totaled 9,635 million pounds, valued at 
1,427 million dollars, compared with 8, 092 million pounds, valued 
at 1,213 million dollars, in 1954. Statistics on production and sales 
of miscellaneous chemicals in 1955 are given in table 2bA." 

Production of cyclic miscellaneous chemicals as a group 
amounted to 506 million pounds in 1955, or 23. 6 percent more than 
the output (409 million pounds) reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 
totaled 306 million pounds, valued at 105 million dollars, connpared 
with 255 million pounds, valued at 77 million dollars, in 1954. The 
most important use group in 1955 was the lubricating oil additives, 
production of which totaled 213 million pounds. 

Production of acyclic miscellaneous chemicals as a group in 
1955 totaled 20,296 million pounds--19.4 percent more than the 
16, 999 million pounds produced in 1954. This miscellaneous group 
includes chemicals used as acyclic intermediates, solvents, flota- 
tion reagents, aerosol propellents, refrigerants, and for other 
purposes. Sales in 1955 totaled 9, 330 million pounds, valued at 
1, 322 million dollars, compared with 7, 837 million pounds, valued 
at 1, 136 million dollars, in 1954." 



i*See also table 26B, part III, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manu- 
facturers. 

"The large difference between production and sales indicates that a substantial part of the output 
of acyclic miscellaneous chemicals is consumed at the producing plants in the manufacture of other 
more advanced products. Acyclic miscellaneous chemicals so used are, therefore, acyclic inter- 
mediates. They correspond in function to cyclic intermediates, although no group of acyclic mis- 
cellaneous chemicals is commonly recognized by the chemical industry as intermediates. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



55 



TAB£ 26k,--Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals, 1955 



[Listed below are all mleoellanecus chemicals for whioh any reported data on production or sales may be pub- 
lisbed. (Leaders are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or 
where no data were reported.) Table 26B in part III lists alphabetically all miscellaneous chemicals for 
which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Quantity 



Grand total ~- — 

MISCELLANEOUS CKEMICAIS, CTCLIC 

Total — - — 

Chemicals for which separate statistics may not be shown 

Chemicals for which separate statistics are shown below 

Benzoic acid salts: Sodium benzoate, tech. and U.S.P 

Benzoyl peroxide 

Chlorophyll and chlorqphyllins 

Cyclopropane 

2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-eresol, total 

Food grade 

Tech 

Flotation reagents, total 

Thiocarbanilide (Diphenylthicurea) 

All other 

Hexamethylenetetramine , tech 

Lubricating oil additives 

p-Jfethoxyphenol — . 

Naphthenie acid salts, total^ ^ 

Calcium naphthenate — -*- 

Cobalt naphthenate 

Iron naphthenate 

Lead naphthenate 

Manganese nc^ihthenate 

Zinc naphthenate 

All other 

Photographic chemicals, total 

p-Dlazo-N,N-diethylaniline, zinc chloride salt 

p-Dlazo-N,N-dlmethylanlline, zinc chloride salt 

All other 

n- Propyl gallate 

Rosin acid salts, total^ 

Manganese reslnate 

All other 

Tall oil salts, total^ 

Cobalt tallate , 

Lead tallate 

Manganese tallate 

All other 

Tanning materials, total 

2-Naphthalenesulf nnl c acid, fonnaldehyde condensate and salt 
ill other 

UESCELLAHECUS CHEUICAI^, ACYCLIC 

Total- - 

Chemicals for which separate statistics may not be shown 

Chemicals for irtiich separate statistics are shown below 

Acet aldehyde 

Acetic acid, synthetic, IDOit* 

Acetic acid salts, total 

A^^^pi1n!]m acetate 

Ammaniujm acetate 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1.000 
pounds 

20,802,420 



1.000 
pounds 

9,635,';81 



1,000 
dollars 
1,426, 8&; 



506,061 



180,949 
325,112 



4,734 

121 
7,857 



6,176 



485 
5,691 

19,902 

213,080 

69 

20,255 



1,117 
3,662 

193 
11,579 
2,176 
1,353 

175 

4,592 



34 
4,487 



1,042 
5,533 



2,230 

2,278 

580 

445 

41,659 



26,237 
15,422 



305,552 



104,866 



204,246 
101,306 



67,475 
37,391 



4,351 

1,W3 

11 

84 

7,869 



"5W 
7,595 



4.225 



1,608 

1,022 

447 

1,615 

6,470 



"250" 
6,180 



1,386 



4,225 

11,285 

66 

20.188 



1,132 
3,734 

193 
11,541 
2,128 
1,314 

U6 

4,373 



1,386 
2,494 



158 



7,070 



54 
34 
4,285 



465 

2,435 

63 

2,850 

736 

450 

71 

5,918 



U5 

105 

5,668 



5,410 



57 
175 



1,999 



2,175 

2,164 

594 

477 

41,252 



26,199 
15,053 



1,161 
552 
164 
122 

6,836 



4,117 
2,719 



20,296,359 



9,329,929 



1,322,018 



5,274,799 
15,021,560 



2,277,149 
7,052,780 



602,169 
719,849 



524,403 
16,299 



34,316 
71,553 

15,584 



2,816 
5,945 



2,878 



130 
104 



56 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TAEU 26li.'- -Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals, 

i935- -Continued 



Production 



Quantity Value y^e^ 



JDSCELLANEODS CHaiICAI5, ACYCLIC — Continued 

Acetic acid salts — Continued 

Cobalt acetate 

Lead subaoetate 

PotaBBium acetate 

All other 

Acetic anliydride, 1SX)%, frcm all s'xircee 

Acetone, total 

By fermentation 

Fran isopropyl alcohol 

All other 

Acrylonltrile 

Amines, total _____■— — -. 

n-Butylamine, mono 

All other 

Btttyl acetates, 90^, total 

Primary, normal 

All other 

Butyl alcohols, lOOjt, total 

Primary, normal 

All other -- 

Carbon disulfide ^■ 

Cellulose esters and ethers, total — 

Cellulose acetate 

Sodium carboxymethylcellulose, lOO^t 

All other 

Chloroacetic acid, mono 

2-Chloro-N,N-dimethylethylamlne (Dimethylamlnoethyl chloride) 
hydrochloride 

Citric acid salts, total 

Potassium citrate 

All other-- 

Diethylene glycol 

Diethyl malonate (llalonlc ester) 

2-Dlmethylaminoethanol 

Ethanolamines , total 

Mcmoethanolamlne 

Diethanolamine 

Triethanolamine 

Ethyl acetate, 85^ 

Kthyl alcohol, synthetic' 

a-Ethylcaproic (2-Ethyl-l-hexoic) acid salts, total 

Calcium a-ethylcaproate 

Cobalt a-ethylcaproate 

Manganese a-ethyloaproate 

Zinc a-ethyloaproate 

All other 

Ethylene oyanhydrtn (Hydracrylonitrile) 

Ethylene glycol 

Ethylene oxide 

Ethyl ether, all grades 

Ethyl formate 

Fatty acid esters not included with plastlclzers or surface- 
active agents 

Fatty and synthetic higher alcohols (Cio and higher), total— 
Decyl alcohol 

1-Hexadecanol (Cetyl alcohol) 

All other 

Flotation reagents 

Formaldehyde, 37lt HCHO by weight 

Formio acid, 905t- 



1,000 
pounds 

15,A97 
8*1,668 
538,808 



76,562 
117,868 
184,519 



1,000 

pounds 

93 

67 

381 

U,503 



291,361 



1.000 

dol lars 

118 

36 

111 

2,379 



29,383 
193,395 
68,583 

KX,845 

46,889 



745 
183,774 

82,574 



66,541 

16,033 



475,406 



34§' 
46,541 

92,202 



1,945 
12,495 
3,649 

30,516 

20.011 



170 
19,841 



76,739 
15,463 



225,341 
250,065 



566,225 
622,633 



402,228 
27,248 
193,157 

46,849 

105 

5,543 



138,205 
38,262 



513,202 
210.153 



9,740 
1,360 



20,956 



17,198 
3,758 

26,086 

81,733 



25,779 

184,374 



15,068 



11,353 
70,380 



2,908 
186 



5,543 

74,620 

1,088 

406 

78,052 



25,827 
30,547 
21,678 

76,787 
1,2U,771 



TST 



61,263 
262 



66.336 



8,264 

203 



15,785 



74 
236 



105 
791 



1,873 

888,181 

793,627 

68,997 

65 

3,813 

58,477 



9,959 
556 
47,962 

24,788 

1,258,983 

16,972 



23,665 
22,055 
20,616 

79,740 
624,837 

1,262 



5,851 
5,362 
4,572 

7,785 
28,248 



105 
235 
54 



392,645 

127,931 

70,278 

121 

3,488 

38,574 



576 
37,998 

25,826 

696,383 

14,488 



287 
25 
57 

433 



46,108 

18,400 

5,652 

39 

1,105 

11,351 



210 
11, Ul 

6,914 

21,399 

2,190 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i955 57 

T ABU. 26K. '•Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals. 

1955- -Continued 



IffiSCELIANECIIS CHH£ICAI£, ACTCLIC— ContiDued 

Fonnlo acid salts, total 

Sodium formate, refined 

All other 

Qlycerol a-olilordhydrin (3-Chloro-l,2-propaBedlol) 

Halogenated hydrocarbons, total 

Carbon tetrachloride 

Chlorinated paraffins 

Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride), tech. and U.S. P 

Chloroform, tech. and U.S.P 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride), all grades 

1,2-Dichloroethane (Ethylene dichlorlde) 

Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride), all grades 

Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene) 

Triohloroethyiene 

Vinyl chloride (Chloroethylene), monomer 

All other 

Iso-octyl alcohol (6-Methyl-l-heptanol) 

Isopropyl alcohol* 

Isopropyl ether 

Lactic acid, 1005t, total 

Edible and medicinal 

Tech 

Linoleic acid salts, total^ 

Calcium linoleate 

Cobalt linoleate 

Uanganese linoleate 

All other- - - -- • 

lubricating oil additives 

Methanol, synthetic' 

1- and 2-Octanol 

Oleic acid salts, total' 

AliUDinum oleate 

Lead oleate 

All other 

Oxalic acid 

Oxalic acid salts 

Palmitic acid salts: Zinc palmltate 

Palmitoyl chloride 

Pentaerythritol 

Pentaerythritol tetranltrate 

Polyacrylio acid salts 

Propionic acid 

Propylene glycol (1,2-Propanediol) 

Sarcosine ( N-Methy laminoacetic acid) 

Sequestering agents, total 

(Ethylenedlnitrilo)tetr'aacetic acid (Ethylenediamine- 

tetraacetic acid) 

(Ethylenedlnitrilo)tetraaoetlo acid, monosodium iron salt 

(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraaoetio acid, tetrasodium salt 

All other - 

Sodium formaldehyde sulfoxylate 

Stearic acid salts, total' 

Aluminum stearates, total 

Alominum distearate 

Aluminum stearate, other 

Calcium stearate 

Lead stearate 

Lithium stearate 

Magnesium stearate 

Zinc stearate 

All other 



1,000 
pounds 
23,219 



23,219 



39 



3,'t»;,260 



287,371 
3^,522 
541, 6A3' 
40,396 
36,318 
510,135 
73,963 
177,911 
316,248 
528,605 
947,148 

35,764 

854,750 

3,079 



Quantity 



1,000 
rounds 
17,196 



17,193 



1,552,284 



4,242 
1,201 



234 
187 
659 

95,561 

1,343,563 

8,179 



19,549 

4,100 

407 

66 

61,216 

1,626 

1,716 

17,245 

69,628 

494 

5,265 



260,444 
34,982 

143,243 
29,021 
26,123 
93,423 
71,732 

160,458 

284,483 
76,002 

372,373 

39,660 

411,405 

1,991 

4,995 



1,000 
dollars 

1,072 

^r 

1,068 



190,518 



3,830 
1,165 

1,170 



230 
269 
208 

27,567 

826,976 

1,911 



983 

666 

2,889 

727 

5,532 

23,346 



7,360 

5,091 

2,269 

4,538 

701 

126 

772 

7,411 

2,438 



19,037 
3,990 



51,507 
1,558 
1,445 
4,201 

67,428 



4,402 



19,445 
4,386 

10,206 
3,906 
3,051 
5,160 
7,512 

16,353 

27,898 
7,935 

84,666 

7,5U 

21,275 

86 

1,828 



1,524 
304 



7,682 

31,071 

461 



765 

256 

2,855 

526 

5,240 

23,185 



7,555 
5,272 
2,283 
4,521 

541 
88 

759 
7,290 
2,431 



3,147 
1,020 



16,331 

1,190 

1,177 

804 

9,301 



3,312 



558 

201 

2,183 

370 

1,081 

8,246 



2,538 
1,784 

754 
1,584 

186 
47 

297 
2,708 

886 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 26k. --Synthetic organic chemicals: United States production and sales of wiscell 

1955- -Continued 



Quantity Value 



Unit 
value^ 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Thioglycolic acid derivatives: Ammonium thioglycolate- 

Triethylene glycol 

Urea, in solid fertilizer, only 

Vinyl acetate, monomer 

Zinc formaldehyde sulfoxylate 



1.000 

7ounds 

1,301 

18,876 

205,299 

133,67<i 

1,37A 



pounds 

1,213 

15,037 

192,500 

1,327 



1,000 
dollars 
1,551 
2,734 
9,799 

571 



$1.28 
.18 
.05 

.43 



■'■ Calculated on rounded figures. 

^ Quantities are given on the basis of solid naphthenate, resinate, tallate, or linoleate content. 

•^ Statistics exclude production and sales of copper naphthenate. Statistics on copper naphthenate are 
given in the section "Pesticides and Other Organic Agricultural Chemicals." 

■^ In addition, production of natural acetic acid totaled 22,792 thousand pounds. 

' Statistics on production of ethyl alcohol from natural sources by fermentation are issued by the Alcohol 
Tax Unit, U. S. Internal Revenue Service. 

* Data wMch were reported on the basis of 91 percent isqpropyl alcohol have been converted to a 100-per- 
cent basis. 

' In addition, production of methanol from natural sources totaled 14,568 thousand pounds. 

' Statistics exclude production and sales of potassium oleate. Statistics on potassium oleate are given 
in the section "Surface-Active Agents." 

' Statistics exclude production and sales of potassium and sodium stearate. Statistics on these stearates 
are given in the section "Surface-Active Agents." 



Production of halogenated hydrocarbons (a group consisting of 
chlorine, bromine, fluorine, and iodine derivatives of hydrocar- 
bons) totaled 3,494 million pounds in 1955, compared with 3,088 
million pounds in 1954. This subgroup includes such chemicals as 
ethyl chloride, ethylene dichloride, and monomeric vinyl chloride. 

The output of most of the acyclic miscellaneous chemicals that 
are produced in large volume increased in 1955, compared with 

1954. Production of synthetic methanol was 1, 344 million pounds in 

1955, compared with 1, 118 million pounds in 1954; of formaldehyde, 
1,259 nnillion pounds, compared with 1, 032 million pounds; of 
synthetic ethyl alcohol," 1,215 million pounds, compared with 

1, 152 million pounds; of ethylene glycol, 888 nnillion pounds, com- 
pared with 638 million pounds; and of acetic anhydride, 842 million 
pounds, compared with 691 million pounds. Production of isopropyl 
alcohol was about the same in both years (855 million pounds in 
1955 and 859 million pounds in 1954). 



1* This report does not include statistics on the production of ethyl alcohol from natural sources 
by fermentation. The Alcohol Tax Unit, U. S. Internal Revenue Service, issues such statistics 
monthly and annually. 



PART nio ALPHABETICAL LIST OF INDIVIDUAL PRODUCTS, 
BY GROUPS, AND NAMES OF MANUFACTURERS 

Part III of this report consists of (1) a series of tables that supple- 
ment the statistical information given in parts I and II, and (2) a 
Directory of Manufacturers. The tables with numbers that include 
the letter "B" supplement the tables in part I or part II with nunn- 
bers that include the letter "A"; for example, table 8B in part III 
supplements table 8A in part II. 

Each table in part III lists alphabetically the individual items in 
each group for which data on production or sales were reported for 
1955. Where an asterisk (*) precedes the name of an item in the 
tables in part III, separate statistics for the item are given in the 
tables in part I or part II. The manufacturers of each product are in- 
dicated by identification numbers, which are listed in the Directory 
of Manufacturers (table 27). A few companies, however, have spe- 
cifically requested the Tariff Commission to withhold such informa- 
tion on certain items. These manufacturers are indicated by the 
letter "X" in the tables. 

Tar Crudes 



TflU 4B,—0rgenic chemicals: Tar cnidea for which Opited States production or sales were reported, identified 

by aartufacturer, 1955 

[Tar crudes f cjr which separate statistics are given in table 4A are marked helow with an asterisk (») ; 

products not so marked do not appear in tatle ^A. because the reported data are accepted in confidence and 
may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 27. Table 27 
Identifies all United States producers of tar crudes (except producers who report to the Division of 
Bltunlnoufl Coal, U. S. Bureau of Mines)] 



Product 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27)^ 



•Crude light oil 
Light-oil dlatlllates: 
•Benzene, specification and Industrial grades: 

l' 

2" 



90^ 



All other 
•Toluene: 

Nitration grade, 1 — — — 

Pure caomarcial grade, 2° 
<QEylane: 

3» 



Conmerolal- 



•Solvent naphtha- 



All other light-oil distlllates- 
Pyridlne: 
Crude baaee 



Semlreflned or denaturing grade- 



•Naphthalene, crude, solidifying at— 
Less than 74''C- 



74'' C. to less than 76° C- 
76°C. to less than 79''C- 



•Crude tar-acid oils, having a tar-acid content of- 
5^ to lese than 2^^t 
2t$ to 505t- 



•Creeylic acid, crude 

•Creosote oil (Dead oil): 
•Distillate as such 



•Creosote in coal-tar solutlon- 

•Coel tar in coal-tar solution 

•All other distillate products 

•Tar, road 



See footnote at end of table. 



138, 254, 297. 



530, 611. 

133, 611. 

611. 

254, 351, 559, 575, 611. 

530, 575, 611. 

133, 254, 351, 559, 611. 

133, 254, 530. 

351, 530, 559, 575, 611. 

133, 204, 228, 254, 351, 508, 509, 530, 559, 

611, 

133, 228, 611. 

133, 611. 
133, 611. 

129, 228, 249, 336, 351, 508. 

133, 204, 249, 508. 

133, 249, 297, 351, 508, 530, 565, 611. 

133, 202, 249, 508, 530, 611. 
133, 204, 508, 509, 611. 
133, 509, 565, 611. 

129, 133, 138, 163, 202, 249, 297, 336, 508, 

509, 530, 578, 587, 611. 

133, 249, 297, 508, 509, 611. 

133, 249, 297, 508, 611. 

133, 202, 204, 228, 351, 508, 509, 578, 611. 

133, 202, 210, 249, 351, 508, 509, 578, 587, 

611. 



59 



60 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE AB.'-Organie chemicals: Tar crudes for which United States production or aalea were reported, identified 

by manufacturer , 19J5--Continued 



Manuf aoturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table aV)-"- 



»Tar for other uses: 
Crude 



Pitch of tar: 
»Soft (water softening point less than 110 °F.) — 
•Medium (water softening point 110°F. to 160°F.)- 

»Hard: Water softening point — 

161°F. to 230°F 

231°F. to 291°F. and over 



•Pitch of tar coke and pitch emulsion- 



20, 133, 249, 254, 508, 509, 611. 

133, 202, 249, 297, 336, 508, 578, 611. 

508, 611. 

129, 133, 138, 163, 202, 249, 297, 336, 508, 
509, 573, 587, 611. 

133, 508, 509, 611. 

129, 133, 351, 509, 578, 611. 

133, 249, 508, 509, 587. 



^ Does not include manufacturers' identification numbers for producers who report to the Division of 
Bituminous Coal, U. S. Bureau of Mines. These producers are listed in the U. S. Bureau of Mines Mineral 
Market Report M.M.S. No. 2509, Directory of Oven-Coke Plants in the United States. December 3i. 1955 
(issued May 1956). 



Crude Products From Petroleum and Natural Gas 
for Chemical Conversion 

TAELE SB. "Synt/ietic organic eheaicals: Crude products from petroleum and natural gaa for chemical conversion 
for which United States prockiction or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955 

[Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which separate statistics are 
given in table 5A are narked below with an asterisk (•); products not so marked do not appear in table 5A 
because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identifica- 
tion numbers shown below are taken from table 27] 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



AHQMAIICS AND NAPHTHENES 

»Alkyl aromatlcs, diBtillates, and solvents 

•Benzene (except motor grade): 

•Benzene, 1° 

•Benzene, f 

Benzene, motor grade 

•Cresylic acid, crude 

Cyolopentane 

•Naphthenlc acids: 

Acid number less than 150 

Acid number 150-199 

Acid number 200-224 

•Acid number 225-249 

Acid number 250 and over 

Sodium carbolate and phenate, crude 

•Toluene : 

•Nitration grade, 1 

•Pure ccamnercial grade, 2 

Solvent grade 

All other 

•Xylene : 

Aviation grade 

Nitration grade, 3 

All other- 

All other aromatics and naphthenes 

ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS 

»Ci hydrooarbon, methane 

•Cj hydrocarbons : 

Acetylene 

•Ethane 

•Ethylene 

•C3 hydrocarbons : 

•Propane 

•Propylene 

•Propane-propylene mixture 



175, 242, 289, 355, 367, 417, 431, 460, 518, 
534. 

71, 116, 175, 512, 614. 

237, 289, 355, 377, 379, 402, 436, 529, 534, 

539, 591. 
379. 

39, 280, 377, 443, 457, 529, 565. 
528. 

242, 421, 512. 
242, 342, 512, 539. 
242, 300, 342, 539. 
242, 342, 377, 397, 539. 
242. 
300, 443. 

116, 175, 377, 512, OA. 

237, 276, 355, 377, 402, 431, 457. 

175, 436, 529, 591. 

379, 512, 539." 

116, 175, 237, 436, 457, 539. 

377, 512. 

116, 175, 289, 377, 379, 431, 529, 539. 

242, 300, 367, 402, 44?, 528, 534. 



186, 311, 492, 528, 529. 

276, 530. 

186, 311, 421, 492, 528, 529, 534. 
133, 276, 300, 311, 355, 367, 402, 417, 421, 
440, 492, 529, 534, 591, 618. 

186, 237, 242, 289, 311, 377, 403, 420, 457, 
460, 492, 494, 528, 529, 534, 54S. 

280, 311, 320, 355, 377, 403, 417, 440, 528, 
529, 534, 545, 591. 

300, 421. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



61 



TAELE SB. '-Synthetic organic cheaicala: Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 
for which United States production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, J955- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



ALIPHATIC ffifDROCARBONS—Contlnued 

•C^ hydrocarbons: 

«1,3-Butadiene, grade for rubbers (elastomers) 

Butadiene and butylene fractions 

Butane -butylene 

•n- Butane 

»1-Butene, 2-buteno, and mixtures 

Butylene concentrate 

»Isobutane 

•Isobutylene 

All other 

•Cj hydrocarbons: 

Isopentane 

Isoprene 

n-Pentane 

1-Pentene, 2-pentene, and mixtures 

Ce hydrocarbons: 

Diisopropyl (2,3-Dimethylbutane) 

Hexane 

Isohexane 

Neohexane 

All other 

C7 hydrocarbons: 

n-Heptane 

Heptenes 

I&oheptane and isoheptene 

All other 

Cg hydrocarbons: 

Diisobutylene 

n-Octane 

All other 

Hydrocarbons, C9 and above: 
«Dodecene (Tetrapropylere) 

Eloosane 

•Honene (Trlpropylene) 

Polybutene 

Triisobutylene , 

All other 

•Hydrocarbon derivatives: 

tert-Butyl mercaptan 

Di-tert-butyl disulfide 

Ethyl mercaptan -.—.—_————.—.— 

Methyl mercaptan --— . — . 

tert-Octyl mercaptan 

All other 



82, 96, 116, 176, 293, 320, 355, 402, 403, 

431, 480, 494, 507, 528, 534, 539, 591. 
116, 355, 367, 403, 539, 545. 
237. 
116, 186, 237, 377, 457, 492, 494, 528, 539, 

548. 
116, 176, 289, 300, 311, 377, 421, 431, 443, 

457, 460, 494, 528, 534. 
528. 
116, 186, 237, 311, 377, 460, 492, 494, 528, 

548. 
116, 311, 397, 403, 431, 494, 534. 
492. 



237, 


311, 


528, 


548. 


534. 








528, 


548. 






460, 


492, 


494, 


528, 548, 581. 


528. 








431, 


528, 


548. 




528. 








528. 








311, 


528. 






431, 


528, 


548. 




289, 


300, 


548. 




528. 








528, 


534. 






397, 


402, 


443, 


494. 


431, 


528, 


548. 




528. 









237, 289, 377, 403, 420, 431, 512, 523, 534, 

539. 
443. 

237, 289, 421, 431, 443, 512, 534. 
175, 529, 539. 
443. 
15, 440, 457, 528. 

528. 

528. 

280, 539. 

280, 289. 

528. 

359, 440, 443, 528, 539, 581. 



62 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Cyclic Intermediates 



TABLE 7B. --Synf/ief ic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States prcriuct ion or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955 

[Cyclic intermediates for which separate statistics are given in table 7A are marlced helcw with an asteriak 
(•); cyclic intermediates not so marked do not appear in table 7A because the reported data are accepted 
In confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shonm below are taken from 
table 27. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
nuinber with the designated product. (Part C in the appendix llsta alphabetically all the ingxirtant common 
names of cyclic intermediates usually encountered in the trade and gives the corresponding standard 
(Chemical Abstracts) name under which the manufacturers' identification numbers are given ir thl£ table)] 



Chemical 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



Acenaphthene 

8-Acetamldo-5-amlnD-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid 

6( and 7) - (2 '-Acetamldo-'i' -amlnophenylazo) - 
l-naphthn1 enesulf onic acid. 

2-Acetamldo-3-chloroanthraqulnone 

l-Acetamido-2-methoxynaphthalene 

8-Acetamido-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid, magnesium 
salt. 

l-Aoetamldo-2-naphthol 

l-Acetamido-7-naphthol 

p-Acetamldophenol 

»Acetanllide, tech. and U.S.P 

Acetoacetanlllde 

o-Acetoacetotoluldlde 

o-Acetotoluldide 

p-iicetotoluldlde 

21-Acetoxy-4-bromo-17-hydroxy-3,ll,20-triketo- 
pregnane. 

N-Acetylanthranilic acid 

Acetylphenyl benzoate 

Acetylsulfadlazine 

Acetylsulfamerazine 

Aoetylsulfamethazine 

»N-Acetylsulfanlljfl chloride 

Acetyisulfathiazole 

Ac rl dine 

Acrldlne yellow 

Aliylbcnzene (high molecular weight) 

«p-AiQinoacetanilide (Acetyl-p-phenylenedlamine) 

m-AmlnoacetophenDne 

3-ADlno-p-acetotoluidlde 

5-Amlno-2-(p-aminoanlllno)benzeneBulfonlc acid 

l-Amino-4-('^-amino-3-sulfoanillnD) -2-anthraiiulnoiifi- 
sulfonlc acid. 

5-AminD-2-ajilllnoben2enesulfonlc acid 

*2-(p-AminDanlllno)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid 

»l-Amlnoanthraqulnone and salt 

•2-Amlnoanthraqulnone and salt 

l-Amlnoanthraqulnone-2-sulfonlo acid 

l-AminDanthraqulnDiffi-5(and 8)-ffulfonlc acid 

5 (and 8)-Amlno-l-anthTaquinonesulfonlc acid 

N-(5-AmlnD-l-anihraqulnonyl)anthranllic acid 

N-[5(and 8)-Amino-l-aiithraquinoriyl] anthranilic aoid- 

N-(8-Amino-l-anthraquinonyl) arthranilio acid 

■4-AminDantlpyrine--7 

'l-Amlno-3,'«'-azobislbenzenesulfonlo acid] 

*6-Amlno-3,4'-azobislbenzenesulfonlc acid] 

8-Aminobenz[a]acrldin-7(12H)-one 

•l-Amlno-i-bonzamidoanthraquinone 

»1- Ami no-5-benzamidoanthraqul none 

5- Ami no-2-benzainldo-l,4-diethoxy benzene 

6-(m-Aminobenzamldo)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlo acid 

»6- (p-Amlnobenzamido) -l-naphthol-3-s\'lfoplc acid 

«2-Amino-p-benzenedlsulfonlc acid [S03H=l] 

2-Aminobenzenetliiol 

5-Aralno-2(3H)-benzlmldazolone 

m-Aminobenzcio acid 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, tech — 

p-Amlncbenzoic acid, dlethylamlnoethyl ester 

p-Amlnobenzolc acid, ethyl ester (Benzocalne, non- 
medicinal grade). 

m-Amlnobenzoyl-m-phenylenediajrlne 

p-Amlnobenzoyl-m-phenylenedlamlne 

l-AminD-4-bramoanthraquinone-2,5-disulfonic acid 

l-Amino-4-bromD-2-anthraquinoneEulfonlc acid 

l-Amlno-2-bromo-4-hydpoxyanthraquinone 

1- Ami no-'l-bromo-2-me thy lanthraqui none 

l-Amlr.o-2-bromo-<>-(p-toluldlno}anthraqulnone 

»l-Amino-5-ohloroanthraquinone 

l-Amino-5(and 8)-chloroanthraqulnone 

l-Amlno-8-chloroanthraquinone 

2- Amino- l-chloroanthraqul none 

2-Amlno-3-chloroanthraquinone 



508. 










417. 










A89. 










490, 5X9. 










489. 










417. 










489. 










438, 489, 


519. 








276. 










276, 355, 


439, 


489, 


511. 




298, 591, 


625. 








298, 591, 


625. 








438, 530. 










511, 530. 










X. 










417. 










462. 










530. 










530. 










530. 










276, 462, 


530, 


558. 






530. 










508. 










438. 










443. 










417, 438, 


471, 


489, 


519. 




462, 595. 










519. 










417. 










489. 










417, 438, 


489, 


519. 






283, 438, 


483, 


489, 


566. 




271, 417, 


438, 


490, 


517, 519, 530, 566, 599 


271, 417, 


438, 


519, 


530. 




519. 










489. 










271. 










417. 










417. 










417. 










416. 










483. 










283, 438, 


489, 


519, 


533, 566. 




438. • 










417, 438, 


519, 


530, 


599. 




271, 417, 


438, 


490, 


519. 




483. 










438, 483, 


533. 








283, 417, 


438, 


433. 






417, 438, 


483. 








530. 










417. 










489. 










417, 438, 


519. 








416. 










416, 437. 










489. 










438, 489. 










489. 










417, 438, 


519. 








417. 










417. 










490, 519. 










271, 417, 


438, 


490, 


519, 530, 599. 




438, 530. 










417, 438. 










417, 519. 










271, 490, 


519. 









SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



63 



TMU 7B. --Synfhefic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , J955--Continued 



l-Amino-N-(3-elLLoro-2-aiithraqulnonyl)-2- 

MT^-f.bTWq iilTyY npnflT^ mfmTH fTp , 
3-AintnD-6-chlorobeiizolc acid 

l-.4nino-5-ohlorobenzothiazole hydroclilorlde 

o-(3-Ai!diiD-4-ohlorobenzoyl)benzolc aold 

2- Anliio-5 -chloro-4-etliylbenzeneffulf onlc acid 

1 - Air.l-nri -'i-f.hlnm-A-hyriTTrryant.h-PBqiHTiOTy- 

2-AiirlTin-^ohloro-5-nltroplieiiol 

2-Aiiliio-6-ohloro~4-nltropheiiDl 

»2-AHliio-4-chlorophenDl 

»2- AttI Tifi-^-eliloro-l-pheriol-6-sulf odIc aold 

2-iiniiiD-6-cliloro-l-pheiiol-4~STilfcmlc acid 

2 - Awl 710-4- chloropheiylbeiizyl ether 

»2-AninD-5-oliloro-p-tolueneBUlfoiilc acid [S03H=l] 

5-Aml33D-4-oliloro-m-toluenesulfonlc acid [sOsH^l] 

l-Aiiiliio-2,'i-dlbroiiioan'UiraquinDne 

A- flffllTin -?^^ S^-ri1p t.hnYy >>f> n?iBTi1H Hp 

5-Amllio-2- ( 2,3-dihydrD-2-axo-5-beiizlMdazolyl) - 
benaenesulfonlc acid. 

•i-Ain<Tin-MjN-rHmp-tJiy1-p-to1iiPTiPBii1frmnTnHrip 

2-AminD-3,5-dliiltrobenzeneBulfonettiylaiiilde 

2 - Ami no-bf-ethylbenzeneeulf onanillde 

p- ATnlTW^ -N-pf.hy1 -M-T -^nHpht.hy^Ihp Tl7.BT^^ Hp 

5-AIn^Tln-a-(p-^1yriTnYyHT1^^^r^o}-7-T1Bpht.>1«l^P■nPHll^<^nT1^f 

acid. 
5(aiid 8)-AmlTin-8(aiid 5)-(p-liydrQxyanllliio)-2- 

TisphthRl eneeulf onlc acid. 

^1- Ami Tio-4-hydrcixyaiithraqulDoiie 

3-Mi Tin-2-liydroxyanthraqulrione 

2-ADino-4-liydioxybenzenearsonlo acid 

3- Ami Tin-6-bydTCgy-2-iiiE-Uiylphena2liie (Tolazlne base)- 
N-(3-AiiiiTin-4-hydTcatypheiylsulfoiiyl)anthTaiillle acld- 

5-Amlno-2-(o-inethcacyanlllno)benzenesulfoiilc acid 

l-Aiiiliio-4-nietlio2yantlirs.quliioiie 

5-AmliiD-6-nietlioxy-2-naphthalenesiilfonlc aold 

m- ( 4-i\m1 TiD-3-methcgypheiiylazo ) benzepEsulfonlc aold — 
A- ('i-AiiiliiD-3-niettioxypheiiylazo) -m-toluenesulf onlc 

aold. 
fl- flnrTTin -fi-mpt.hfTyyq niTi n l Ittp (Amlchin) 

7-(4-ATninn-5-methoxy-o-tolylazo) -1,3-napiitlialeiie- 

dlBulfonlc aold. 
4- ( 4.' - Ainlno-5 ' -methoxy-o- tolylazo ) -5 -phenylsul- 

foTinry-2,7-iiaphthaleiiedls\ilfonlo acid. 
l-Ajiiliio-2-iiietlioxy-4- ( o-tolylsiilf onajuldo) antkra- 

qulnone . 
l-Amliio-2-iiiethco£y-4- (p-tolylBulfoiianildo)anthra- 

qulnone. 
4-Amlno-N-iiiethylaoetanllide 

1-Am^T^n-?-^T^pt.hy 1 flTi thTftqiM nofiP 

2-Amliio-5-(6-inethyl-2-benzothlazolyl)'benzene- 
BUlfonic acid. 

2- Ami nn-4-me thyldlazlne 

S- Ami Tio-7-methyl-2-pheTm 7I nol 

A-Aiiiliio-4'-(3-methyl-5-pyTazoloiie)-2,2'-3tllbene- 
dlsulfonlo aold. 

2- Ami iio-5-methyl-l, 3 ,4-tMadlazole 

l-Amiiio-2-methyl-4-(p-toluldlno)aiithraqu±QOne 

l-Amlnoiiaphthr2,3-o]acrldliE-5,8,14.(13H)-trloiie 

4-Aiidiionaphtli[2,3-c]acrldine-5,8,lA(13H)-trlone 

2-AmlTin-l,5-Daphthn1enedlsulfonlc acid 

»3-AmliiD-l,5-naplithaleiiedlEulfonlc acid (Casaella 
aold) . 

3-Amlno-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonlo aold 

4-Am1nn-l,5-Dapht.hn1eiiedlsulfonlo aold 

4-Amliio-l,6-napht,hfl1 enedlsiilfoiilo acid 

4-AiiilDO-1.7-naphthfl1enedlsulfoiilc acid 

S-Amlno-2,7-papht,hn1enedlsulfoiilc acid (F aold) 

«6-Aiiilno-l, 3-napht.hnT enedlgglf odIo acid (iimlnD I 

acid) . 
7-lmlnD-l,3-naphthalenedlBulfonlc aold (Amino G 
aold) . 

8-AmlDD-l,6-naphthaleiiedlsulfonlc acid 

l-ATii1nn-2-impht.hn1 ene gulf onlc acid (o-Naphthloalc 
acid). 

*2-ATirl nn-l-DaphthaleDeeulfoDlc aold (Tobias acid) 

4(aiid 5 ) -Ami nn-l-naphthalenesulf onlc aold 

•S-Amlno-l-naphthalenesulfcnlo acid (Laurent's aold) — 
«5-Amlno-2-naphthaleneeulfonlo acid (1,6-Cleve's acid) 
«5(and 8) -Ami Tio-2-naphtbaJ.eneB-ulfonlc aold (Cleve's 
acid, mixed) . 

6-Amlno.»l-naphthn1 pnesulfonlc acid 

«6-Aml^-2-naphthalenesiilfonlo acid (Broemier's 

Add). 
*6-Am1nn-t-naphthalenesulfonlo acid (Perl acid) 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbero 
(according to list In table 27) 



4S9, 519. 
519. 



4-23, 438, 483, 489, 519. 
417, 483, 489, 519. 



372, 462, 5U, 519, 530. 
511, 519. 
438, 490. 



271. 

483, 
417. 
490, 
530. 
519. 
519. 
483. 
417, 
283, 
483. 
483. 
323, 
417, 
417, 
519. 
417. 

519. 
439. 
489. 
519. 
417. 

417. 



417, 438, 519. 

438, 519. 

416. 

438. 

489. 

489. 

417. 

438, 483, 489. 

417, 489. 

489. 

360. 
489. 

489. 

519. 



438, 
417, 
519. 

530. 
417, 
489. 

530. 
490. 
417. 
417, 
462. 
417, 

438, 
438. 
417, 
489. 
533. 
417, 



489. 
417, 

323, 
489, 

417, 
417, 
417, 

483. 
357, 



519. 
490. 



519. 

438, 489, 511, 519. 

489, 519. 

438. 

438, 483, 489, 517, 519, 530. 
438, 489, 519, 530. 

530. 

489, 5U, 530, X. 

530. 

438, 489, 519. 

483, 489, 519. 

438, 489, 519. 

417, 438, 489, 511. 
438, 489, 519. 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , 7P5J- -Continued 



»8-Ainino-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (l,7-Cleve's 
acid). 

7-Amlno-l,3,6-naphthalenetrisulfonlc acid 

8-Amlno-l,3,6-naphthalenetrlsulfonlo acid (Koch's 

acid). 
<;-Amino-l,3,6-naphthalenetriEulfoulc acid, trl- 
sodium salt. 

8-Amino-l-naphtholc acid 

S-Amino-l-naphthol 

»8-Amino-2-naphthol 

7-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid (2R acid), 
monosodium salt. 
»8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonlc acid (H acid), 

monoEodiuEi salt. 
"S-Amino-l-naphthol-S.V-disulfonic acid (Chicago 
acid) (2S acid), monosodium salt. 
8-Aiiiino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, p-toluene- 
sulf onate . 

»l-Amlno-2-naphthol-'i-sulfonlc acid (1,2,';-Acid) 

»6-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (I acid), sodium 

salt. 
»7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-Bulfonlc acid (Gamma acid), 
sodium salt. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-5-EUli'onlc acid (S acid), sodium 
salt. 

5-Amlno-2-(p-nitroanilino)benzenesulfonlc acid 

3-Amlno-'i'-nitrobenzaiiilide 

»2-Amino-5-nltrobenzenesuli'onlc acid [SOjHsl] 

»2-Amlno-^-nltrophenol . 

2-Amlno-5-nitrophenol 

2-Amlno-'i-nltro-l-phenol-6-suironlc acid 

4-Amino-i'-nltro-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonlc acid 

3-Amino-'i-octadecylamlnobenzenesuLfonic acid, 
sodium salt. 

m-Aminooxanlllc acid 

p-Aminooxanlllc acid 

(6-Amlno-m-phenethylmercapto)acetic acid, sodium 
salt. 

m-Aminophenol 

o-Amlnophenol 

*p-Aminophenol and salts 

Amino- l-phenol-"4,6-dlsulfonic acid 

•2-Amino-l-phenol-4-sulfonamide 

»2-Amlno-l-phenol-<i-sulfonlc acid 

A-(p-Aminophenoxy)-m-phenylenediamlne 

m- (p-J\minophenylazo )benzenesulfonlc acid 

»p-(p-Amlnophenylazo)benzenesulfonlc acid 

5(and 8)-Amino-8(and 5)-phenylazo-2-naphthalene- 
Eulfonic acid. 

5-(p-Aminophenylazo)salicylic acid 

5-(p-Aminophenylazo)-8-(p-sulfophenylazo)-2- 
naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

4-Amlno-a-phenyl-m-cresol hydrochloride 

2-(p-Amiriophenyl)-6-methylbenzothlazole 

2-(p-Aminophenyl)-6-methyl-7-benzothlazolesulfonic 
acid and salt. 

l-(m-Amlnophenyl)-3-methyl-2-pyra2olln-5-one 

1- (m-Amlnophenyl )-5-oxo-2-pyTazoline-3-carboxylic 

acid. 
4-Amino-5-phenylsulfonoxy-2,7-naphthalenedl8Ulfonlc 
acid. 

2-Aminopyridine 

2-AmlnopyTlmidine 

5-AminoEallcylic acid 

2 -Amino- 5- ( p-sulf opheny lazo )benzenesulf onic acid 

2-Aminothlazole 

l-Amlno-4-(p-tolueneEulfonamldo)-2-anthraqulnone- 
sulfonlc acid. 

»4-Amlno-m-tolueneRUlfonic acid [S03H=l] 

5-Amlno-o-toluenesulfonlc acid [S03H=lJ 

6-Amlno-m-tolueneETjlfonlc acid [SOsH^l] 

7- (-i-.toino-o-tolylazo )-l, 5-naphthalenedisulf onlo 
acid. 

A-(4--Amliio-m- tolylazo)-m-toluenesull'onlc acid 

4- ('V-Amlno-m-tolylazo)-m-toluenesulfonic acid, 
sodium salt. 

N-(4-Amino-m-tolyl)-p-qulnone imlne 

2-Amino-3,'4,6-trichlorophenol 

«16-AminoviolanthTone 

4-AminoxanthopuTpurin 

»2-Amino-3,5-xylenesulfonio acid [S03H=l] 

Amylnaphthalenes 

o-Amylphenol 

p-aec-Amylphenol 



Ifanuf acturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 

417. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

417. 

519. 
438. 

417, 489, 519. 
417, 438, 519. 

276, 417, 438, 519. 

417, 438, 489. 



417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 530, 533. 

283, 417, 438, 483, 489, 517, 519, 530, 533, 566. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

417, 438, 489. 

533. 

489. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 

283, 417, 438, 489, 519. 

483. 

283, 483, 489, 519. 

489. 

519. 



417, 
417, 
417. 


489. 
519. 












517, 


519. 












230. 














230, 


322, 


417, 


530. 








489. 














417, 


438, 


489, 


519. 








235, 


363, 


417, 


438, 


489, 


533, 


566. 


417. 














489, 


566. 












283, 


417, 


438, 


483, 


489, 


519, 


530, 


489. 














489. 














489. 














451. 














417, 


438. 












417, 


489. 












417. 














462, 


483, 


489. 










489. 














181, 


508. 












530. 














438, 


489, 


566. 










417. 














530, 


558. 












417, 


519. 













157, 417, 438, 462, 489, 511, 530. 

417, 489, 519. 

417. 

489. 

438, 483. 
417. 

417. 
489. 

271, 519, 530. 

519. 

281. 427, 438, 519. 

581. 

581. 

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were reported , identified by manufacturer , i9J5- -Continued 



Manrfacturers' Identlfldatlon nvnnbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



p-tert-itaylphenol 

"Aniline (Aniline oil) 

Aniline salt 

l-Anllino-2-anthrac[uinonecarboxylic acid 

2-Anilinoethanol (Phenylethanolamine ) 

l-Anilino-4-hydroxyanthraqulnone 

5- (p.[/i-Anillno-6- (8-hydroxy-3, 6-dlsulf o-l- 

naphthalylamino)-5-triazin-2-ylamino]phenylazo)- 
salicylio acid. 

»Anilinomethanesulfonic acid and salt 

*8-Anilino-l-naphthaleneeulfonic acid (Phenyl 
peri acid). 
6-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Phenyl J 
acid). 

»7-Anllino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid (Phenyl 
gaama acid ) . 

2-Anlliiio-5-nitrobenzenesuironlc acid 

Anleic acid 

o-Anisldine 

p-Aniaidine 

o-Anieidine-o-methanesulfonic acid 

o-Anisidine nitrate 

Anisoin ('l,4'-D}methoxybenzoin), tech 

talsole, tech 

Anthracene, refined 

Anthracene (scintillation grade) 

Anthraflavic acid ( 2 ,- 6-Dihydroxyanthraquinone ) 

»Anthranilio acid (o-Aminobenzolo acid) 

»Anthra[l,9]pyrazol-6(2H)-one (Pyrazoleanthrone) 

Anthraquinone, 1005t- 

2-Anthraquinonecarbcixylic acid- 

N,N'-(l,5-Anthraquinone)dioxaniic acid 

»1, 5-Anthraquinonedisulf onic acid 

»l,5(and l,8)-AnthraqTiinonedlsulfonic acid and salt- 
IjS-Anthraquinonedlsulfonlc acid, potassium salt 

•2,6-Anthraquinonedisulfonlc acid and salt 

»l-AnthraqulnoneEulfonic acid and salt 

2-AnthraquinoneEulfonic acid and salt (Silver salt) 

»3 - ( 1- Anthraqii 1 nony Iflinl no ) -7H-benz [de] anthracen- 
7-one. 

H,N'-(l,5-AnthTaquinanylene)dianthranllic acid 

1,1 '-[1,5 (and l,8)-Anthraquinonylenedllmlno]bis- 
[nflphth[2,3-cJacrldine-5,8,l^(l3H)-trione]. 

»l-(l-Anthraquinonyl)-l,2-hydrazlnedisulfonic acid, 
disodium salt. 

»Anthrarufin (1,5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone) 

Arsanilic acid and salt, tech 

'V',<i"'-A2obis['4-biphenylcarboxylic acid], sodium 

salt. 
1, 1 '- [Azobla(p-phenylenecarbonyl )]bis[2- (l-nitro- 

2-anthraquinonecarbonyl )hydrazine ] . 
2,2'- ( Azo-p-phenylene )bls [5- (l-nit^o-2-anth^a- 
qulnonyl)-l,3,4-oxadlazol^]. 

Azoxybenzene 

3,3'-Azoxydianlline 

»Benzaldehyde, tech 

Benzamide 

<♦- (4-Benzamido-l-anthraquinonylamlno(naphth [2, - 
3-c]-acridine-5,8,U(13H)-trione. 

•l-Benzamido-<i-chloroanthraquinone 

»l-Benzamido-5-chloroanthraquiiione 

l-Benzamido-5-chloro-'i-methoxyanthraquinone 

5-Benzajiiido-4-chloro-o-toluldLne [ NHj=l] 

2- [3- (<»-Benzamido-2, 5-diethoxyphecyl )-l-methyl- 

diazoamlno ]ethanesulf onic acid. 
2- [3- ("4-Benzamido-2 , 5-dimethoxyphenyl ) -1-methyl- 

diazoamino ]ethanesulf onic acid. 
[ 3- (4-BenEamido-6-inethoxy-m-tolyl j-l-metliyldiazo- 
amlnolacetic acid. 

4-Benzamido-5-methyl-o-anisidine [nH2=]] 

8-Benzamido-l-naphthol-3,5-dlsulfonic acid 

6-Benzamido-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Benzoyl J 

acid). 
Benzanilide 

»7H-Benz(de]anthracen-7-one (Benzanthrone ) 

m-Benzenedisulfonio acid and sodium salt 

Benz^esulfonamide 

Benzenesulfonic acid 

Benzenesulfonio acid, n-butyl ester 

Benzenesulfonic acid, n-propyl ester 

•Benzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Benzenesulfonyl chloride 

Benzhydrol (Diphenylmethanol) 

Benzidine base 

"Benzidine hydrochloride and sulfate 



530. 

276, 355, 417, 438, AA9, 530, 571. 

530, 608. 

Ul, 438. 

591. 

417. 

489. 



283, 417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 530, 533. 
283, 417, 438, 489, 519. 



363, 367, 417, 438, 483, 489, 517, 519, 533, 

438, 530, 566. 

519. 
366. 
417. 
417, 438. 

519. 



611. 

417, 519. 

302, 355, 417, 438, 519. 

417, 519, 599. 

530. 

519. 

417, 438, 519, 530. 

417, 490. 

519. 

417, 438, 490, 519, 530. 

417, 438, 489, 490, 519, 530, 566, 599. 

417, 438, 566. 

417, 519, 530, 599. 

417. 



490, 519. 

417, 438, 439, 519, 530. 



310, 366. 
490. 



417, 519, 599. 
417, 438, 519, 530. 



271, 283, 417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 566, 599. 
302, 518. 



227, 518. 
489, 519. 



417. 

417, 438, 489, 533, 595. 



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TABLE 7B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediate 
were reported , identified by manufactui 



for which United States production or sales 
r. 1955- -Continued 



Mamif acturors ' Identification numters 
(according to list in table 27) 



Benzil (Bibenzoyl)- 
•Benzilic acid 



2-Benzcfuryl cyanomethyl ketone- 

*Benzoic acid, tech — ■ 

Benzoin 

Benzonitrile 



Benzotriazole, tech ______ 

Benzoylacetic acid, ethyl ester- 
Benzoylacrylic acid 

»o-Beiizoylbenzoic acid— 

Benzoyl chloride 

»Benzylamine- 



o-Bertzyl-p-chlorophenol 

Benzyl disulfide 

•Benzyl ether (Dibenzyl ether) 

'»-(N-Benzyl-N-ethylainino)~o-toluene3ulfonic acid- 
N-Benzyl-N -ethyl _m-toluidine 



Benzyl idenemethyl cyanoacetate 

<l-Benzyl id ineaminoant ipyrine 

4,4'-Benzylidinebis[N,N-diethylaniline] — 
Aj'i'-Benzylidinebis [N,N-dimethylaniline] ■ 

Benzyl polysulfide 

2-Benzylpyridine 

<i-Benzylpyridine 

A.A'-Biacetoacetanilide 



p,p'_Biacetoaceto-o-tolidide ________ 

(3,3'-Bianthra [1,9] pyrazole)-6,6 '-(2H,2'H)-dione 

(Pyrazole anthrone yellow) . 
(3,3 '-Bianthra [l,9]pyrazolone)-6,6'-dione, 

potassium salt. 

(3,3'-Bi-7H-benzld6]anthracen)-7,7^-dione 

»(<i,A'_Bi-7H-benz[de] arthracen)-7,7'-dione 

endo-c is -Bicyolo [2,2,1] -5-heptene-2,3- 

dicaxboxi'lio anhydride. 
Bicyclohexyl- 



[l,l'-Binaphthalene] -8,8'-dicarboxylio acid 

l,l'-Bi-2-naphthol 

Biphenyl- 



2-Biphenylajiiine (2-Aiainobiphenyl) 

*l,'i-Bis[l-anthraquinonylamino]anthraquinone 

l,5-Bis[l-anthraquinonylaiiiino]anthraquinone 

«3,9-Bis[l-anthraquinonylamino]-7H-benz[de]- 
anthracen-7-one . 

Bis[l-anthraquinonylaiDino]violanthrone- 



' N,N'-Bis[l-chloro-2-anthraquinonyl]-A,4'-azobis- 

[^-biphenylcarboxamide] . 
l,l"Bisr2,4-dianiino-m-tolyl]ethane- 
4,'V^-Bis[ diethylaminr] benzhydrol- 
^,^ -Bis[diethylaiiiino] benzophenone (Ethyl ketone 

base). 
l-Bi3[p-diethylaiiiinophenyl]methyl-2,7-naphthalen6- 

disulfonic acid. 

2,7-Bis [dunethylamino] acridine hydrochloride 

«<i,^'-Bis[dimethylamino]benzhydrol (Michler's 

hydrol) . 
»<i,<4'-Bis[dimethylamino] benzophenone (Michler's 

ketone) . 

3,7-Bis [dimethjlamino] phenazothionium chloride 

Bis(p-dimethylaininaphenyl)methan9sulfonic acid and 

salt. 
l,5-Bis[2,4-dinitrciphenoxy]-^,8-dinitroanthrR- 

quinone. 
iii-Bis[2,3-epoxypropoxy]benzene- 



a»a-Bis[4— (N-ethylbenzylamino)-2-tolyl]toluene 

a,a-Bis[4'-(N-ethyl-N-3"-sulfobenzyl)aiiiino-2' - 

tolyl] -2-hydroxy-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 
a>a_Bis[^'_(N_ethyl-N-3"-sulfobenzyl)amino-2'- 

tblyl]-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 
Bis[ p-methoxj-phenyl] phenylethane- 



1,2-Bis[ l-nitro-2-anthraquinonylcarbonyl] - 

hydrazine. 
2,5-Bis[ l-nitro-2-anthraquinonyl] -l,3,<i- 

oxadiazole. 
Bitolylene diisocyanate- 



3,3'-Bitolyl6ne-i,'»'-diisocyanate — 

m-Bromoacetylphenyl benzoate _— 

p-Bromoanisole- 



»3-Bromo-7H-benz [de]anthraeen-7-one (Bromobenzan- 

throne) . 

Bromobenzene, mono 

i-Bromobenzophenone- 



3-Bro!no-16,17-dimethoxyvlolanthrone 

4-Bromo-17-hydroxy-3,ll,20-triketopregnane- 

5-Bromoisatin 

l-Bromo-^-(N-methylaoetamido)anthraquinone- 



366, 459. 










310, 366, 


459. 








451. 










188, 276, 


310, 


366, 


594. 




310, 366. 










453. 










257, 302, 


308, 


462. 






625. 










438. 










417, 438, 


519, 


530. 






188, 594. 










327, 332, 


571. 








276. 










223, 595. 










188, 310, 


544. 








438. 










417, 438. 










439. 










416. 










178, 519. 










178, 519. 










594. 










508. 










508, 










483. 










235. 










271, 519. 










417. 










417, 438, 


599. 








271, 417, 


490, 


519, 


599. 




438. 










276. 










417, 438, 


489, 


519. 






453. 










276, 355. 










276. 










271, 438, 


490, 


519, 


530, 599. 




417. 










271, 417, 


438, 


519, 


530. 




519. 










519. 










483. 










489. 










178, 417, 


462. 








489. 










483. 










178, 417, 


462, 


489, 


519. 




178, 417, 


438, 


462, 


519. 




489. 










438. 










417. 










439. 










489. 










489. 










489. 










519. 










417. 










417. 










235. 










438. 










462. 










327. 










271, 417, 


438, 


490, 


519, 530, 566, 599 


154, 355. 










327. 










519. 










X. 










519. 










519. 











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were reported, identified by manufacturer, J955- -Continued 



l-Brciiio-4-methylandnoantliraqulnone 

•4-Branio-l-niethylBiiilnoanthraquinone 

2-Bromo-3-methylaiithraqulnone- --- 

6-Bromo-3-methyl-7H-dibenz( f , 1 J ) isciquinoline-2, 
7(3H)-dicine. 

l-Bramonaphthalene 

a-Brano-p-nltroacetophenone 

l-(9-Brc!no-7-oxo-7H-benz [de] anthraoen-3-yl8mIno) 
anthraquinone . 

p-Bromqpaenol 

2-Brcnio-4-phenylphenol 

4-Bramophthallo anhydride 

2-Brcimopyridlne 

BromoquinlzarlTi 

o-(3-Brcimo-p-tolyl)benzoic acid 

l-Bromo-2,4,6-trlethylbeiizene 

2-tert-Butylanthraquinone 

n-Butylbenzene 

seo-Butylbenzene 

tert-Butylbenzene 

p-tert-Butylbenzolc acid 

Butyl-m-cresol 

6-tert-Butyl-2,4-dimethylaoetophenone 

N-Butyl-4-methoxyinetanilamide 

2-tert-Butyl-5-methylanisole 

p-tert-Butylphenol 

Butylphenols , mixed 

p-tert-Butyltoluene 

5-tert-Butyl-m- xylene 

Carbaiole, refined 

p-(3-Carbazolylamlno)phenol 

2,'i -Carbonyldlbenzolc aoid^ 

o,o'-Carbonyldioxydibenzoic acid, diethyl ester 

2(and 6)-Carboxybenzene-4(and 2)-dia2o-l-oxide 

5 -(o-Carboxybenzoyl)-2'-ohlorooxanilic acid 

3-Carboxy-2(and 4)-hydroxybenzenediazonivim sulfate 
3-Carboxymethyl-l-(5-chloro-2-methoxyphenyl)-3- 

methyltriazene . 
3-Carboxymethyl-l-(5-ohloro-o-tolyl)-3-methyl- 
triazene. 

o-(Carboxyniethylmeroapto) benzoic acid 

Chelidamic acid 

Chlorendic acid 

Chlorendic anhydride 

o-Chloroacetoacetanilide 

p-Chloroacetoaoetanilide 

4'-(ChloroacetyI)acetanillde 

Chloroacetj'lcatechol 

m-Chloro aniline 

o-Chloroaniline 

p-Chloroaniline 

4-Qiloro-o-anisidinelNH2=l] 

5-Chloro-o-anisidine [NH2=1] ('i-Chloro-o-anisidine) 
[0CH3=l] . 

3-Chloro-2-anthraeenecarboxylic acid 

"i-Chloroanthranilic acid 

»1-Chloro anthraquinone 

»2-Chloroanthraquinone 

l-Chloro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

3-Chloro-2-anthraquinoneoarboxylio acid 

o-Chlorobenzaldehyde 

p-Chlorobenzaldehyde 

Chloro-7H-beriZ [de] anthraoen-7-one ( Chlorobenzan- 
throne) . 

*Chlorobenzene , mono 

4- Chlorobenzenesulfonio acid 

4-Chloroben2hydrol— . 

p-Chlorobenzhydryl chloride 

m-Chlorobenzoic acid 

o-Chlorobenzoie acid 

p-Chloi*obenzoic acid 

p-Chlorobenzophenone 

2-Chloroben'2othiazole 

5-Chloro-2-benzoxazollnone 

o-(m-Chloroben2oyl) benzoic acid 

*o-(p-Chlorobenzoyl)benzoic acid 

p-Chlorobenzoyl chloride 

p-Chlorobenzylpyrldine 

2-Chloro-2,4'-carboxydibenzoio acid 

p-Chloro-o-cresol 

N- (3-Chloro-9, lO-dihydroxy-2-authranyl) - 
acetamidebis[acid sulfate], 

5-Chloro-2,4-dlmethoxy aniline 

6-Cbloro-l,3-dimethoxy-4-nitrobenzene 



Manufacturers ' ideatlfioatian numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



A17. 

490, 519. 
417. 
490, 519. 

451. 

355, 519. 
417. 

451. 

355. 

439. 

257, 508. 

566. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

528. 

528. 

528. 

402. 

133. 

449. 

519. 

449. 

355, 590. 

590. 

402. 

449. 

508. 

417. 

530. 

355. 

417. 

519. 

438, 519. 

417. 

417. 

519. 

416. 

594. 

594. 

298, 591, 625. 

625. 

417. 

416. 

276, 417, 519. 

276, 417. 

276, 417. 

519. 

230, 392. 

519. 

417, 580. 

271, 417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 566. 

438, 519, 530, 599. 

417. 

519. 

366, 438. 

366. 

417, 530. 



276, 316, 355, 401, 417, 460, 518, 547, 594. 
533. 



462. 
598. 



220, 

519, 

454. 

598. 

519. 

366, 

366. 

454, 

451. 

519. 

530. 

417, 438, 490, 519 

366. 

508. 

519. 

594. 

519. 

392, 411, 519. 
519. 



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TABL£ 7B --Synthetic organic chemicala: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1935- -Continued 



5-Cliloro-4,7-dlmethyl-3;2H)-thianaphthenane *17, 

»l-Chloro-2,4-<iliiltrobenzene (Wnltroohlorobenzene) — 276, 



Manufacturers ' Identlf ioation numbers 
(aoocoTdlng to list In table 27) 



2-Chloro-3,5-dliiltrobenzenesuLfonethylajnlde 

2-Chloro-3,5-dlnitrobenzenesulfonlc acid 

2-Chloro-3,5-dlnltrobenzenesulfcinyl chloride 

4-Chloro-3,5-dlnltrobenzoio acid 

6-Chloro-2,4-diDltraphenol 

2-Cliioroethanol-p-tolaene sulfonate 

5-Chloro-2-foniiylbenzenesulfonic acid 

4-Chloro-3-hydrazlnoben3enesulfonlc acid 

5-Chloro-'l-l3opropyljnetanlllc acid 

«<l-Chloraiietanlllo aold ——-.-. 

»5-Chloranetanlllc acid 

«6-Clilorcnietanilic acid 

[3-(5-Chloro-2-metho5cyphenyl)-l-methyldiazoaiiilno]- 
acetio acid. 

»l-Chloro-2-methyl8ntiiraquinane 

6-Chloro-A-methylbenzo-l,3-tliiaza-2-thloinlum 

chloride . 
<i-Chloro-3-Cmethyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)beiizene- 

sulfonic acid 
Chloronaphthalenes 

8-Chloro-l-naphthalenesulfoulc acid, sodium salt 

8-Chloro-l-naphthalenesulfonyl chloride 

8-Chloro-l-naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonlo acid (Qiloro H 
acid) . 

9-C3iloronaphtho[l,2-b] thiophen-3(2H)-one 

(8-Chloro-l-naphthylmercapto) acetic acid 

»2-Chloro-'i-nltroaniliiie (o-Chloro-p-nitroaniline) 

«<i-Chloro-2-nitroaniline (p-Qiloro-o-nitroaniline) 

4-Chloro-2-nltroanisole 

»l-Chloro-5-nitroanthraquinone 

l-Chloro-5(and 8 ) -nitroanthraquinane 

«l-Chloro-8-nitroanthraquinone 

l-Chloro-2-nltrobenzene (Chioro-o-nitrobenzene) 

l-Chloro-2(and 4-) -nitrobenzene (Chloronltrobenzenes, 
o- and p-) . 

l-Chloro-3-nitrobenzene (Chloro-m-nltrobenzene) 

l-Chloro-'t-nltrobenzene ( Chloro-p-nitrobenzene) 

2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulflnio acid, sodium salt 

»'i-Chloro-3-nitroberj;enesulfonamide 

»2-Cruloro-5-iiitrobenzenesulfonlc acid 

2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulfonio acid, sodium salt — 

»4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

4-Ch:oro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

2-Chloro-4-nitrobenzoic acid 

2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzoic acid 

5-Chloro-6-nltro-2-ben2oxazollnone 

o-(4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzoyl)benzoic acid 

4-Chloro-3-nitrodimethylbenzenesulfonamlde 

»<i-Chloro-2-nltrophenol 

4-Chloro-2-nitro-l-phenol-6-sulfonic acid 

2-Chloro-5-nitrophenylmethylsulfone 

2-Chloro-4-nltrotoluene 

2-Chloro-6-nitrotoluene 

4-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene 

4-Chloro-3-nltrotoluene 

6-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene 

o-Chlorophenol 

p-nhlorophenol 

■»(p-Chlorophenyl)acetanltrile 

l-(p-Chlorophenyl)biEuanide hydrochloride 

l-(m-Chlorophenyl)-3-methyl-2-pyrazolln-5-one 

Chlorophenylsilanes 

4-Chlorophthalic acid 

4-Chlorophthalic acid, monosodium salt 

Chlorophthalic anhydride 

2-ChloropyTidlne 

6-Chloroqulnaldine 

2-Chloroquinizarin 

5-Chloro-8-qulnolinol 

7-Chloro-4-quinolinol 

6 '-Chloioquinonaphthalone 

e-Chloroquinophthalone 

4-Chlororesorcinoi 

2-Chloro-5-sulfobenzoic acid 

8-Chlorotheophylline 

m-Chlorotoluene 

o-Chlorotoluene 

p-Chlorotoluene 

«a-Chlorotoluene (Benzyl chloride) 

S-Chloro-o-toluenesulfonic acid and salt '-■ 

3-Chloro-o-toluidlne [NHa^l] 

3-Chloro-p-tcluidine [nH2=1] 

■H4-Cliloro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] (Fast red TR base) 



439. 

439. 

439. 

X. 

483. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

511. 

417, 

417, 

417, 

519. 

271, 
417. 

417, 

590. 
519. 
519. 
438, 

519. 
519. 
323, 
230, 
519. 
271, 
438. 
417, 
276, 
322, 

276, 

276, 

439. 

417, 

283, 

417, 

438, 

439. 

417, 

438. 

438, 

519. 

438, 

439. 

417, 

489, 

439. 

417, 

417. 

417, 

566. 

519. 

276, 

276, 

243, 

417. 

483. 

502. 

417. 

X. 

276, 

181, 

417, 

423, 

489. 

416. 

519. 

417. 

519. 

483, 

620. 

594. 

365 

366 

188 

519 

417 

417 

411 



580. 

417, 438, 519, 566. 



519. 
438. 
438, 511. 

283, 417, 438, 519, 530. 

519. 



357, 417, 530, 566. 
417, 519. 



438, 519, 599. 
599. 



489, 519, 566. 

489, 519, 530, 533, 566. 



355, 
355, 

417, 

438, 
417. 
417. 

417. 
417, 

439, 
438, 
439. 
483, 

439. 

489. 

490, 

423, 
519. 

438. 

519. 



355. 
355. 
327, 409. 



294. 
257. 
519. 
438, 490. 



489, 519, 533. 



519. 
489, 519. 



, 438. 

] 276, 310, 366, 594. 

, 438. 
519. 
438, 530, 566. 



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69 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , J9J5- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



5-Chloro-o-toluidine [ NH2 = 1] (Red KB base) 

6-Cliloro-m-toluldine [ NH2= 1] 

4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride [ NH2 = l] 

5-Chloro-o-toluldine hydrochloride [ NH2~ll 

5-Chloro-o-toluldine sulfate [ NHj = l] 

o-(3-Chloro-p-tolyl) benzoic acid 

4-Chloro-o-tolyljiiercaptoaoetlc acid 

l-(5-Chloro-o-tolyl)-3-methyl-3-triazenoacetic acid 

A-Chloro-a, a, a-trifluoro-3-nitro toluene 

A-Chloro-a, a, a-trifluoro toluene 

Chlorotriphenylsilane 

2-Chloro-p-xylene 

'l-Chloro-2,5-xylenesulfoDyl chloride 

<;-Chloro-2,5-xylene thiol 

4-Chloro-2,5-xylylmercaptoacetio acid 

Chrysazin (1,8-Dihydrojcyanthraquinone) 

«s-Collidine (2,<V,6-Triji!etbylpyridine) 

«C resole : ^ 

m-Cresol 

o-Cresol 

p-Cresol 

•Cresols, mixed t-"- 

Cresol (meta, para) 

Cresol (ortho, meta, para) 

2,3-Cresotic acid 

•Cresylic acid, refined 



»2 



«4 



*i 



Cujnene 

4-[(2-Cyanoethyl)ethylamlno]-o-tolualdehyde 

p-[(2-Cyanoethyl)methylamlno]benz aldehyde 

8-Cy&no-l-naphthaleneBulfonic acid 

Cyanuric chloride 

Cyclohexane 

Cyclohexane-l,2-dicarboxylio anhydride 
(Hexahydrophthalic anhydride). 

Cyclohexanol 

Cyclohexanone 

Cyclohexanone oxlme 

Cyclohexene 

Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboxt[nide 

Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboxylic antydride 
(Tetrahydrophthalic anhydride). 

Cyclohexylamlne 

Cyclohexyl-2-propanone 

p-Cymene 

Decylbenzene 

o-Dlacetoacetotolidide 

1,2-Diaminoanthraqulnone 

1,4-Diaminoanthraqulnone 

1,5-Diamlnoanthraquinone 

,5(and 1,8) -Pi ami noanthraquinone 

, 6 -DiHini noanthraqulnone 

,A-DlBTnino-2,3-anthraquinonedicarbonitrile 

,4-Dinm1no-2,3-anthraquinonedicarboxiiQlde 

,<4-Diamlno-2,3-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid 

,8-Diaminoanthraruf in 

,A-Diaminobenzanilide 

,4-DiamlnobenzeneEUlfonlc acid [ SOjH =1] 

,5-Diamlnobenzenesulfonic acid [ SO3H =1] 

,4' -Dianilno-2,2' -biphenyldisulf onlc acid 

,"4' -Diamino-3,3' -biphenyldisulf onic acid 

,A' -Diamlno-2-biphenylsulfonic acid 

'., X* -Diamino-3 , 3 ' -bis -7H-benz [ de ] anthracen- 
7.7'-dione. 

,2 -Dlaiiiino-5,5'-bi-m-tolueneEUlfonlo acid 

,7-Diaminodibenzothiophenedisulfonic aoid- 
5,5-dioxide, disodium salt. 

,4-Diamino-2,3-dichloroanthraqulnone 

,6-Diamlno-2,7-dimethylacridine 

,6-Diamino-2,7-dlmethylacrldine sulfate 

,<;' -Diamino-5,5' -dimethyl -2, 2 '-biphenyldisulf onlc 
acid. 

,4' -Diamino-3,3' -dime thyltriphenylmethane 

,4-Diamlnodiphenylamine 

,4' -DiRml nodiphenylamine -2 -sulfonic acid 

jA'-DianrinodiphenylEUlfone- 

,6-Di ami no-1-naphthalene sulfonic acid- 

,<4 -Di amino -5 -ui t roanthraquinone - 

, N' -Di ( m-aminophenyl ) oxamide - 

,N' -Di(p-aminophenyl)oxamide- 

,N '-Di(p-amlnophenyl)oximide- 

, 6-Diaminopyridlne 

,4'-Diamlno-2,2'-stllbenediBulfonlo aoid- 



417 
462 
417 
417 
438 
519 
417 
519 
519 
594 
326 
417 
519 
417 
417 
417 
133 

133 
508 
511 

508 
133 
355 
133 

6: 

355 
417 
417 
417 
119 
377 
438 

276 
417 
438 
355 
438 
438 

276 
449 
209 
276 
625 
519 
271 
271 
417 
271 
417 
417 
417 
417 
417 
417 
489 
235 
483 
489 
417 

438 
530, 

417, 
417 
417, 
489 

530, 
595, 
283 
454 
519 
519 
438 
483 
483 
508 
417 



438, 462, 519. 



499. 
530, 599. 



438, 530, 580. 



519. 
580. 

519, 580. 
519. 
508, 611. 



530, 565. 



509, 530, 565, 611. 
530, 565, 6U. 



152, 180, 377, 484, 508, 509, 530, 539, 565, 
539, 6U. 



519. 
530. 
417, 528. 



355, 417, 438, 594. 
438. 



417, 438, 519. 

417, 519. 

517, 566. 

417, 438, 483, 490, 519, 530, 566. 



438. 

438, 489, 519. 



489. 
566. 



483, 566. 



4U, 438, 483, 489, 533, 566. 



438, 483, 4S9, 519, 530, 604. 



See footnote at end of table. 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , i9J5- -Continued 



4,6-Dlamliio-iD-toluenesuironlc add [S03H=ll- 
3,5-Dlamino-p-toluenesulfo(nlo aold [S03H=l]- 



2,'i-Dl-seo-ainylphenol- 

2,'4-Dl-tcrt-ajiiylphenol 

»l,5-Dianllino-2,6-anthra(iuinonedicarbcacyllo acid 

2,'4-Dlanlllno-l-hydroxyanthTaquinone 

Dianlsldine dlisooyanate --- 

4-Dlazo-2,5-dichlorobenzenesxilfonic acid [S03H=l] — 

l,5-Dlben2amidoanthraqulnone 

»<i,5'-Dlbenzamido-l,l -inJnodianthraquinone 

4, 5 '.Dibenzamido-'4 '-methoxy-1, 1'-iminodianthra- 
qulnone . 

»1, 5-Dlbenzoylnaphthalene 

N,N'-Dlbenzylethylenedlanlne 

NjN'-Dibenzylethylenediamine diacetate 

»3,9-Dibrcaiio-7H-benz [de] anthraoen-7-one 

p-Dibromobenzene 

2,7-DibraBio-3,8-dihydroxy-l,6-pyTenedione 

l,3-Dibromo-5,5-dimethylbydantoin 

5,5'-Dibromoindigotin 

2,6-Dibromo-l,5-naphthalenediol 

DibramD-8,15-pyraiithrenedlone 

Dlbromothianthrene 

Dibromovlolan throne 

Dlbutoxynitrobenzene 

*2,5-Dlchloro>iniltne and hydrochloride [NH2=1] 

Sj-i-Dichloroaniline 

»1, 5-DlchloroanthraquJ_none 

1,5 (and 1,8)-Dichloroanthraquinone 

»\,8-Dichloroanthraquinone 

2,3-Dlchloroanthraquinone 

4,8(and 4,5)-Dichloro-l,5(and l,8)-anthraquinonedl- 
sulfonlc acid. 

2,6-Dichlorobeiizaldehyde 

m-Dichlorobenzene 

»o-Dlchlorobenzene 

o-(aiid p)-Dichlorobenzene 

»p-Diohlorobenzene 

2, 5-Dichlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

2,5-Dichlorobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

»3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine base and salts 

Sj'i-Diohlorobenzoic acid 

2,5-Dichlorobenzoic acid 

o-(3,<i-Dichlorobenzoyl)benzoic acid 

2,4-Dichlorobenzoyl chloride 

N, N '- (2, 5-Dichloro-3,6-dioxo-p-phenylene )bis- 
[ 6- ( 2 ( 3H ) -oxc- 5-benzimldazolylainino )metanl lie 
acid]. 

Dlchlorodiphenylsilane 

2,5-Dichlorn-4-hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid 

4,5-Dichlorometanllic acid 

»2, 5-Dichloro-4- { 3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazolln-l-yl ) 
benzenesulfonic acid. 

Dichloromethylphenylsilane 

2,6-Dichloro-4-nitroanlline 

A,5-Diohloro-l-nitroanthraqulnone 

l,2-Dichloro-4-nltrobenzene 

l,3-Dichloro-'i-nltrobenzene 

»l,A-Dichloro-2-nitrobenzene (Nitro-p- 
diohlorobenzene ) . 

•2,4-Dlchlorophenol 

2- [3- ( 2 , 5-Dichlorophenyl )-l-ethyldiazoamino] -5- 
Bulfobenzoic acid. 

2,5-Dichlorophenylhydrazine 

(2, 5-Diohlorophenylmeroapto)acetlc acid 

Dichlorophthalic anhydride 

4,7-Dichloroqulnollne 

o-(3,5-Dichlorosalicyloyl)benzoic acid 

»2,5-Dichlorosulfanllic acid [S03H=l] 

p,a-Dichloro toluene 

a,o-Dichlorotoluene (Benzal chloride) 

2, 4-Diohloro toluene 

2, 6-Diohloro toluene 

3, 4-Dichloro toluene 

Dicyelohexylami ne 

Dicyclopentadiene 

2,5-Dlethoxyaniline 

3,A-Diethoxybenzaldehyde 

2',5''Diethoxyt)enzanllide 

p-Dlethoxybenzene 

2 ', 5 '-Diethoxy~4 '-nitrobenzanllide 

Dlethoiynitrobenzene 

l,'»-Diethcocy-2-nltrobenzene 

p-Dlethylanlnobenzaldehyde 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



-417, 438, 462. 

438. 

581. 

581. 

438, 490, 519. 

489, 490, 519. 

235. 

489. 

417, 519. 

271, 417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 599. 

519. 



271, 490, 519. 












327. 












310. 












271, 417, 438, 


519, 


530. 








355. 












519. 












207. 












519. 












451. 












417. 












271. 












519. 












439. 












230, 417, 438, 


462, 


519, 


566. 






276, 417. 












271, 417, 438, 


490, 


519. 








417, 438, 519. 












271, 417, 490, 


519. 










271. 












519. 












438, 519. 












417. 












220, 276, 355, 


417, 


419, 


495, 


514, 


547, 594. 


316, 401, 518. 












220, 276, 355, 


417, 


419, 


460, 


495, 


514, 547, 594 


462. 












519. 












235, 417, 433, 


462, 


489, 


511, 


519, 


580, X. 


366, 580. 












483. 












271. 












366. 












417. 












326. 












519. 












511. 












283, 417, 483, 


489, 


519, 


530. 






326. 












439, 519. 












519. 












276, 417. 












417. 












230, 417, 438, 


519, 


566 








276, 273, 355, 


478 










519. 












483. 












519. 












294. 












200, 416. 












438. 












417, 463, 519 












366. 












366, 594. 












366. 












417, 433, 519 












366. 












276. 












534. 












519. 












327. 












519. 












519. 












519. 












439. 












519. 












417, 438, 519 













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TABLX 7B. --Syntheti 



rganic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



»N, N-Dlethyl-3-amlnophenol 

»N,N-Diethylaniline — - 

N,N-Diethyl-m-anisidine 

Dlethylbenzene 

N,N-Diethylcyclohexylamine 

N,N-Diethylmetanllic acid, and salt 

N^,N^ -Diethyl-^ -methoxymetanilamide 

N,N-Diethyl-l-naphthylanilne 

N,N-Diethyl-p-nitrosoaniline 

• N,N-Diethyl-A-nltroso-m-anisidine hydrochloride 

5-Dlethylsulfoainyl-o-acetoanisidide 

2- ( 3- [5- ( N, N-Diethylsulf onyl ) -o-methoxyphenyl] - 
l-ethyldlazoamino)-5-sulfobenzolc acid. 

NjN-Diethyltetrahydrophthalamle acid 

N,N-Dlethyl-m-toluidine - 

N-(2,2-Dlfluoroethyl)anlline— 

2-(N-2,2-Difluoroethylaniilno)ethanol 

3,3 '-Dif ormamldocarbanilide 

2,3-Dihydro-(<4-H)^yran 

l,5(and l,8)-Dihydroxyanthraqulnone 

4 '- (Dl-g -hydroxyethylamino )-2'-tolylanillno-3- 
sulfonlc acid. 
A, 5-Dihydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulf onlc acid 

( Cliromotropi c acid). 
"4, 5-Dihydroxy-l-naphthaleneEUlf onic acid 
(Dioxy S acid). 

«6,7-Dihydroxy-2-naphthaleneEUlfonic acid 

3,5-Dihydroxy-2-naphthoic acid 

l,4-Dihydroxy-2-phenoxyanthraquironedisulfonic acid 

»16, 17-Dihydroxyvlolanthrone (Dihydroxydibenz- 
anthrone ) . 

Diisobutyl-o-oresol 

2,'i-Dimethoxyacetophenone 

2,5-Diiiiethoxyacetophenone 

2,5-Dimethoxyaniline 

»in-Dimethoxybenzene 

p-Dimethoxybenzene 

3,3 '-Dlmethoxybenzidlne 

2,'4-Dimethoxybenzoic acid 

2,5-Dimethoxyoenzoic acid 

2,2'-[3,3'-(3,3'-Dlmethoxy-'i,'i'-biphenylene)- 

bis(l-methyldiazoa]!ilno)]di(ethanesulfonic acid). 
l,l'-(3,3'-Dimethoxy-<;,i'-biphenylene)bis[3- 
• methyl-3-(2-sulfoethyl)triazene] . 

l,'4-Dimethoxy-2-nitrobenzene 

3,4— Dimethoxyphenethylpmine (Homoveratrylamine) 

16, 17-Diinethoxyvlolanthrone 

p-Dimethylaminobenzaldehyde 

m-DJjnethylaTninobenzolc acid 

'i-DlQethylaiiiino-2,2-diphenylvaleronitride 

o-(Dlmethylamincimethyl)-p-butylphenol 

o- (Dimethylami nomethyl ) -p-oetylphenol 

N, N-Dlmethyl-7-amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulf onic acid 

N- (p-Dimethylamlnophenyl )-l,<t-naphthoquinone Imine- 

»N,N-Dimethylanlline 

N, N-Dimethylbenzylamine 

»2,2'-Dlmethyl-l,l'-bianthraquinone 

Dlmethyl-l,3-cyclohexanedione 

N.N-Dimethylcyclohexylamine 

2',7'-Dimethylfluoran 

5,5-Dimethylhydantoin 

2,8-Dimethyl-13P-hydroxy-9(13P)-ceroxenone 

2,3-DiDethylindole 

N,N-Dlmethyl-2-naphthol-6-sulfonamide 

N,N-Dimethyl-l-naphthylamine 

N,N-Dimethyl-p-nitrosoaniline 

N,N-Dimethyl-3-nitro-p-toluenesulfonainide 

N, N-Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamlne and salts 

2-[3-(5-Diinethyl3ulfamyl-o-tolyl)-l-methyldi- 
azoaminoJ-S-sulfobenzoic acid. 

N,H-Dinethyls'afanillc acid 

N,N-Dimethyl-p-toluidlne 

2,';-Dinitroaniline 

»p-(2,4-Dlnitroanillno)phenol (Dinitrohydroxy- 
phenylamlne ) . 

2,i-DinitroanlEole 

l,5(aiid l,8)-Dinitroanthraquinone 

N,N'-(2,4.-Dinitroanthraquinone)-l,5-dioxainic acid — 

3,3'-Dlnitrobenzanilide 

3,4'-Dlnitrobenzanilide 

m-Dinitrobenzene 

2,'i-Diniti"obenzenesulfonic acid 

3, 5-Dinitrob,enzoic acid 

Dlnltro(3,3 -bi-7H-benz[de]anthracen)-7,7'-dione--- 



417, 


519, 


530. 




178, 


417, 


438, 


462, 530. 


417. 








133, 


355. 






417. 








417, 


519. 






519. 








417. 








519. 








417. 








519. 








519. 








438. 








417. 








439. 








439. 








519. 








417. 








417. 








439. 








423, 


438. 






417, 


519. 






193, 


257, 


438, 


519. 


519. 








340. 








271, 


417, 


438, 


490, 519, 599 


453, 


595. 






417. 








327. 








417, 


439, 


519. 




417, 


519, 


530. 




519. 








235, 


417, 


489. 




417, 


530. 






327. 








519. 








417. 








417, 


439. 






276, 


327. 






490, 


599. 






438. 








489. 








620. 








453. 








453. 








438. 








438. 








178, 


417, 


438, 


462, 530. 


302, 


327, 


453. 




271, 


283, 


417, 


438, 519, 530 


439. 








276. 








54. 








417. 








54. 








417. 








X. 








451. 








257, 


438, 


519, 


530. 


519. 








438. 








519. 








519. 








451. 








276, 


530. 






417, 


438, 


519. 




230. 








283, 


417, 


489. 




489. 








489. 








417. 








417, 


438, 


519. 




489, 


519. 






417, 


451. 






417, 


599. 







72 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABl£ TB. --Symthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or aalea 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in tatle 27) 



/^jS-Dinitrochrysazin 

<t,5-DlnitroehryBazln-2,7-disulfonic acid, disodium 
salt. 

^,A '-Dlnitrodlbenzyl-2,2'-disulfonic acid, 
disodium salt. 

l,5(and l,8)-Dinitronaphtlialene 

2,'4-Dlnitrophenol, tech 

2,'i-Dinitrophenyl-p-nitrophenyl ether 

N,N'-Di(p-nitrophenyl)oxamide 

p-Dinltrosobenzene 

M,4'-Dinitro-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonic acid, di- 
sodium salt. 

2,'i-Dinitrotoluene 

2,4(and 2,6) -Dinitrotoluene 

Dinltrotoluenes, mixed 

Dipentene (Limonene) 

1,5-Diphenoxyanthraquinone 

1,8-Diphenoxyanthraquinone 

Diphenylacetic acid 

Diphenylacetonitrile 

Diphenylamine 

6,8-Diphenylamino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

l,'4-Diphenyl-2-butane-l,<i-diQne 

sym-N,N'-Diphenylethylenediamlne 

N , N '-( Diphenyle thy lenedi imino ) d ime thane sulfonl 
acid. 

1,3-Diphenyltriazlne 

Diresorclnol sulfide 

Dithiodlbenzoic acid 

»l,'i-Di(p-toluidino)anthraquinor.e 

l,5-Di(p-toluidino)anthraqulnone 

Divinylbenzene 

Dodecylanlllne 

»Dodecylbenzene (includes keryl-type benzenes) 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonyl chloride 

Dodecyl-N-methylbenzenes\ilfonamide 

Dodecylnltrobenzene 

Dodecylphenol 

6-Ethoxy-2-meroaptobenzothiazole 

3(and A)-Ethoxy-A{and 3) -methoxybenzaldehyde 

a-(i4.-Ethoxy-3-inethoxyphenyl)acetaiiiide 

2-Ethoxynaphthalene 

Ethoxyphenylmalonlc acid, diethyl ester 

3-Etlyrlamlno-p-cresol 

3-Ethylamlno-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l] 

o-Ethylanlllne 

»N-Ethylaniline: 

Crude 

Refined 

»2-(N-Ethylanilino)ethanol 

a-(N-Ethylanilino)-m-toluenesulfonic acid 

«J-(N-Ethylanlllno)-p-tolueneH-ulfODic acid 

N-Ethyl-p-anisidine 

N-Ethylanthranilic acid 

2 -Ethylanthraquinone 

*Ethylbenzene 

Ethylcyclohexenylamine 

N-Ethylenedibenzylamine dlacetate 

2 - [ 1-Ethyl -3 - ( 2 -methoxy-5 -nit rophenyl ) di azoamino 1 - 
5-sulfobenzoic acid. 

N-Ethyl-1-naphthylamine 

N-Ethyl-N-1-naphthyl-p-iiitrobenz amide 

N-Ethyl-2-nitrobenzenesulfonanilide 

p-Ethylphenol 

»N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamlne (N,N-Ethyl- 
benzylaniline) . 

Ethylphenylmalonlc acid, diethyl ester 

5-Ethyl-2-plcoline (2-Methyl-5-ethylpyridine) (MEP) 

1-Ethylpiperldine 

N-Ethyl-5-sulfoanthranilic acid 

6-Ethyl-l,l,4,4-tetramethyl-l,2,3,<V- 
tetrahydronaphthalene . 

N-Ethyl-m-toluidine 

N-Ethyl-o-toluldine — - 

3-(N-Ethyl-m-toluidlno)propionitrile 

a-(N-Eti^l-m-toluidlno) -m-toluenesulfonic acid 

5-Ethyl-2-vinylpyridine 

Ethynylcyclohexanol 

Fluorene 

o-Formotoluldide 

A-Formyl-m-benzenedisulfonlc acid 

m-Forn;ylbenzenesulfonic acid 

«o-Formylbenzene6ulfonic acid (o-Sulfo- 
benzaldehyde) . 



417, 439, 519. 
417, 519. 

417. 

519. 

417, 438. 

417. 

533. 

235, 595. 

417, 438, 462, 489, 519. 



417, 
417, 
438. 
209, 

417. 
439. 
310. 
360. 
276, 
438, 
438. 
417. 
417. 

417, 
382. 
302. 
417, 
490. 
133, 
276. 
237, 
519. 
519. 
276. 
276. 
417. 
276. 
276. 
438. 
243. 
417. 
417. 
276. 

530. 

417, 

417, 

417. 

281, 

439. 

519. 

438. 

133, 

X. 

598. 

519. 



433. 
519. 



355, 417, 438, 530. 
489. 



438. 

438, 489, 490, 519. 

355. 

276, 435, 443, 529, 539. 



438, 530. 

439, 489, 519, 591. 



294, 438, 462, 483, 489, 519, 530. 



276, 355, 591, 611. 



178, 417. 

519. 

489. 

511, 530. 

417, 438, 462. 

310, 416, 454, 620. 

591. 

558. 

519. 

449. 



417, 
417. 
417. 
417. 
508. 
380, 
508. 
417. 
519. 
519. 
294, 



438. 



438, 462, 483, 519. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I955 



73 



TABU 7B. --Synthetic organic chemicala: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or sates 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, i955- -Continued 



Manuf aoturere ' identlf loatlOQ niinftiers 
(according to list In table 27) 



yuran 

Furfuryl aloiAol 

Hexachlorobenzene ~ 

Hexachl orocyelppentadlane 

Hexachlorodiphenyl ojd.de 

a, a, a,o',a',a'-Hexactiloro-p-xyleiie 

Honnphthallc acid -— 

HcBcveratrlc acid 

HdHDveratronltrlle — 

»p-Hydrazlnobenzenesulfoiilc acid 

3-Hydrazlno-5-nltrotoluenesuLfnn1.c acid 

4-Ifydrazino-ni-toluenesulfonio acid 

Hydroabletyl alcohol — - — 

Hydroqulnone, tech 

m-Hydroxyacetophenone 

o-Hydroxyacetophenane 

p-Hydroxyacetqphenone — — -- — -— 

Ifydroxyanllinoethanol — 

»1-Hydroxyanthraquiiione — 

N- ( 3-Hydroxy-2-anthraquliionyl) -l-nltro-2- 
anthraquinonecarboxamlde. 

p-Hydroxybenzenearsonlo acid 

2-Hydroxy-ll-benzo-a-carbazole-3-carboxylio acid' 

p-lfydroxybenzolc acid 

p-I^roxybenzoic acid, benzll ester 

p-Iftrdroxybenzolc acid, butyl ester 

p-Hydroxybenzoic acid, ethyl ester 

p-HydroxybenzoJ acid, methyl ester 

p-Hydrcxybenzoio acid, propyl ester 

o-(A-Hydroxybenzoyl)benzoic acid 

4-}fydroxyoouiiiaria 

3-[N'-(2-Hydroxyethyl)anillno] propionltrlle 

3-Hydroxy-2-inethylcinohonlnic acid 

2-Hydroxy-l-iiaphthaldehyde 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphthanllide 

l-Hydroxy-2-naphtholc acid 

»3-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid (B.O.N.) 

N-(7-Hydroxy-l-naphthyl)aoetainide 

l-Hydroxy-^-nitroanthraqulnone 

Hydroxynltrovlolan throne 

2-Hydroxyphenetole 

N-(p-lfydroxyphenyl)-2-naphthylamine 

l-Hydroxy-'i-(p-toluldlno)anthraqu inane 

N-(6-Hydroxy-m-tolyl)acetaiiide 

»l,l'-Imlnobis [4- aminoanthraquinone] 

»l,l'-ljninobis K-benzanddoanthraquinone] 

. »l,l'-Imlnobis k-benzamidoanthraquinone] 

«6,6'-Iminobis [l-naphthol-3-sulfonio acid] 

1, 1'-Iminobis [4- nitroanthraquinone] 

»l,l'-Iminodlanthraquinane (Dlanthrlmide) 

2,2^- Tml nodipyridiae 

2,2'-(l,3-Indandione)quinoline (Quinophthalone)- 

o-IodobenzoJc acid 

Iron phthalocyanine 

Isatin 

Isocinohomeronlc acid, di-n-propyl ester 

Isocytoslne (2-Amino-4(3H)-pyrimidone) 

Isoniootinic acid 

Isnni trosoproplophenaae 

Isqphorone 

Isophthalic acid (1,3-Benzenedicarboxylic acid)-- 

4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol (Blsphenol AJ 

Isoquinoline 

1,3-Isoquinolinediol 

»Iscvlolanthrone (Isodlbenzanthron?) 

*Leuco-l,4-diamlnoanthraquinaiie 

»Leuco qulnizarin (1,4,9,10-Anthratetrol) 

Lcico tetrahydroxyanthraqulnone 

2,3-Iiitidine- - 

2,4-Iiitidlne— - — . 

2,5-Iiitidine - 

2,6-Iutidlne— -. 

Uandello acid, tech 

Melamine 

o-lfercaptobenzoic acid 

Uetanllamide 

»lfetanillo acid (m-AmlnobenzeuesuLfonio eoid) and 
salt. 

OQ-Methoxyanil Innmpthanesulfonic acid, and sodium 
salt. 
2-(o-Methoxyanillno)-5-nltroben2enesulfoulc acid' 

l-Methoxyanthraqu inane- 

4-Methoxymetanilic acid 



427, 483, 519, 530. 



439. 
595. 



355, 595. 
489, 566. 



519. 
366. 



462, 499, 519. 

438, 519. 

366, 411, 417, 438, 499, 511, 519, 580. 



417, 438, 489, 519, 530, 599. 

530, 599. 

417, 490, 519, 599., 

417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 533. 

417, 489, 599. 

417, 438, 519, 530, 599. 



417, 490, 519, 599. 

271, 294, 417, 490, 519, 530, 599. 

438, 439, 489, 566. 

490, 519. 

508, 611. 



283, 417, 438, 4«9, 517, 519, 530. 



417, 438, 4fl9, 533. 



74 



TABLE TB. -Synthetic 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

rganic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United State 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 7955- -Continued 



production or sales 



Mamif aoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



2-Methoxjmaphthalene 

l-Methoxy-'i-nitroanthraquinone 

2-[3-(2-Methoxy-4-nitrophenyl)-l-metliyldiazoaiiiino]- 

5-sulfobenzoio acid. 

(o-Methoxyphenyl) acetic acid 

(p-Methoxyphenyl) acetic acid 

5-Methoxy-m-phenylenedl amine (m-Dlamlnoanlsole) 

N- (p-Methoxyphenyl )-p-phenylenediamlne sulfate 

•l-Methylamlnoanthraquinone 

l-Methylainino-<i-(p-toluidlno)anthraquiiione 

N-lfethylanlline - - 

2-(N-Methylanlllno)ethanol 

p-(N-Methylanllino)prapionitrile 

5-ifethyl-o-anisidine (Cresidlne) 

3-Methyl-p-anlsidine 

N-Methylanthranllic acid 

2-Methylanthraqulnone 

l-(3-Methyl-2-anthraqulnonylamiiio)-5-(7-oxo-7H- 

benz [de] anthracen-3-ylainino)anthraqulnone. 

3-Methylbenzo [f ] qulnollne 

2-Methylbenzoxazole 

N-Methylbenzylamlne 

Methylcyolohexane 

N-Methyloyc lahexylamlne 

N-Methyleneanillne 

Methylenebis [l-aiiilnophenyl-2-phenylether] -3- 

trlazlnemethylaoetlc acid. 
4, <; '-Methylenebis [N.N-diethylaniline] (Methane base) 

4,4 '-Methylenebis fNiN-dlmethylanl line] 

5,5'-Methyleneblsftoluene-2,<i-diainine] . 

•4,4 '-Methylenebis [o-tolyllsooyanate] 

4,4 '-Methylenediani line 

Metiiylenedl-p-phenyleneisooyanate 

Methylened is alley lie acid 

2-Methylfuran 

MethyllEonicotinio acid 

1-Methylnaphthalene 

l(and 2)-Methylnaphthalene 

2-Methylnaphthalene 

Methy Inaphthalene , crude 

N-Methyl-p-nitroacetanilide 

N-Methyl-p-nltro aniline 

4-Methyl-o-nitroanlsole 

«2-Methyl-l-nltroanthraquinone 

3-Methyl-l-(m-nltrophenyl)-2-pyrazoliii-5-one 

m-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzene3ulfon- 

amide. 
m-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonio 

acid. 
*p-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonic 

acid (3-Methyl-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazol-5-one) . 
4-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)-m-toluene- 

sulfonlc acid. 

3-Methyl-l-(p-phenethyl)-3-triazenoacetic acid 

4-Methyl-in-pheriylene dilsocyanate (Toluene-2,4- 

dilsocyanate) , 

»3-Methyl-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one (Developer Z) 

Methy Ipropylcarblnylbarbituric acid 

l-Methylpyrrole 

N-Methylpyrrolldine 

a -Methylstyrene 

N-Methyl-5-sulfoanthranillc acid 

o-Methylsu If onyl-p-nitro aniline 

2-Methyltetrahydrofuran 

Methyl 2-thienyl ketone 

3-Methyl-6-(p-toluidiiio)-7H-dlbenz [f ,ij] - 

isoqulnollne-2,7(3H)-dione. 

Naphth(2,3,6)acrldone-5,8,14(i3H)-trione 

1-Naphth aldehyde 

»Naphthaleiie, solidifying at 79° C, or above 
(refined flake): 

»From American crude naphthalene 

»From lmpr.-rt.pri crude naphthalene 

1-Naphthaleneacetonitrile 

1,5-Naphthalenediol (1,5-Dihydroxynaphthalene) 

2,3-Naphthalenediol 

»l,5-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

1,5-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, sodium salt 

1,6-Naphthalenedlsuironlo acid, sodium salt 

2,7-Naphthalenedlsulfonic acid 

1-Naphthalenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthalenesulfonic acid 

2-Naphthalenesulfonio acid, sodium salt -- 



417. 
417. 
519. 

243. 

243. 

230, 530. 

519. 

417, 438, 490, 519. 

519. 

417. 

519. 

417. 

417, 489. 

227. 

519. 

438, 530. 

417. 

519. 

257, 451. 

332. 

355, 528. 

417. 

417. 

433. 



489, 

417, 
438. 
417. 
438. 
417, 
366. 
417. 
508. 
508. 
508. 
508. 
133, 
519. 
519. 
417. 
271, 
417, 
489. 



530. 

438, 489, 519. 



379, 508. 



417, 438, 490, 519. 
483. 



483, 489. 

283, 363, 417, 483, 489, 530, 533, 566. 



483, 


489, 


519. 








519. 












417, 


438. 










283, 


355, 


386, 


416, 


^17, 


438, 483, 489, 566 


245. 












X. 












245. 












355, 


519. 










519. 












417. 












360. 












519. 












417. 












602. 












133, 


417, 


508, 


511, 


530, 


611. 


133, 


405, 


511, 


530, 


611. 




602. 












438, 


489, 


519. 








519. 












417, 


438, 


489, 


519. 






417. 












519. 












417, 


H.38. 










489. 












438, 


530, 


595. 








489, 


511, 


530. 









SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



75 



TAEL£ 7B, ^•Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, i955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification n'jmbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



2-Naphthalenesulfonyl chloride 

1,4,5,8-Naphthalenetetracarboxylic dianhydride 

1,3,6-Naphthalenetrisulfonlc acid 

Naphthallc anhydride 

Naphthalimide 

Naphthlonlc acid (^-Amino- 1-naphthalenesulfonic 
acid). 

»Naphthionic acid, uodium salt 

»l-Naphthol (a-Naphthol) 

2-Naphthol, tech. (P-Naphthol) - ■ 

l-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, monosodium salt 

l-Naphthol-3,8-disulfonic acid 

l-Naphthol-AjS-dlsulfonic acid, monosodium salt 

»2-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid (R acid) 

»2-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, disodlum salt 

»2-Naphthol-6,8-disulfonic acid (G acid) 

2-Naphthol-6,8-disulfonic acid, disodiuni salt 

2-Naphthol-5-sulfonamide 

1-Naphthol-A-sulfonic acid (Nevile & Wlnther's 
acid). 

»l-Naphthol-5-sulfonic acid and sodium salt 

•l-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid 

»2-Naphthol-6-eulfonic acid (Schaeffer's acid)' 

2-Naphthol-6-suifonic acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthol-6-sulfonic acid, p-toluenesulfonate, 
sodium salt. 

2-Naphthol-7-sulfonio acid 

2-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid 

1,4-Naphthoquinone 

Naphthostyril 

»1,8-Naphthosultone 

l,8-Naphthosultone-3-sulfonic acid 

Naphtho[2,l-b]thlophen-l[2H]-one — 

Naphth [2, l] oxadiazole-5, 9-naphthalenedisulf onic 
acid. 

»Naphth[2,l]oxadiazole-5-sulfonic acid 

Naphth [2, lJoxadlazole-6-sulf onic acid 

1-Naphthylamine (a-Naphthylamine) 

•2-Naphthylamine (P-Naphthylamlne) 

l-(2-Naphthylamlno)-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid- 

1-Naphthyl isocyanate 

»2-Naphthylmercaptoacetic acid (P-Naphthyl- 
thioglycolic acid). 

Nicotinic acid, n-butyl ester 

Nicotlnonitrile (3-CyanopyTidine) 

p-Nltroacetanilide 

2-Nitro-p-acetanisidide 

4 (and 5)-Nitro-o-acetanisidide 

p-Nltroacetophenone 

•ffl-Nitroaniline 

o-Nitroanillne 

p-Nltroanillne 

3-Nitroanlsic acid 

»2-Nltro-p-anisidine [NK2=1] 

3-Nitro-o-anisidlne [nH2=1] 

w-i-Nitro-o-anisidlne [NH2=1] 

»5-Nitro-o-anlBldine [NH2=i] — 

o-Nitroanisole 

p-Nitroanlsole 

4-Nitroanthranilic acid 

l-Nitro-2-anthraqulnoneoarbonyl chloride 

»l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid, hydrazide, 
sodium salt. 

»5-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonlc acid 

5(and 8)-:)itro-l-anthraquinonesulfonlc acid 

S-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonlc acid 

2- ( 1 '-Nltro-2 '-anthraqulnonyl )anthr[ 2, 3 ] oxazole- 
5,10-dione. 

m-Nitrobenzaldehyde 

6- [p- (p-Nitrobenzamldo )benzamido] -l-naphthol-3- 

sulfonic acid. 
6-(m-Nitrobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-6ulfonic acid 

(m-Nitrobenzoyl I acid). 
5-(p-Nitrobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-suironlc acid 
(p-Nltrobenzoyl I acid). 

•Nitrobenzene 

«TD-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

m-Nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

m-Nltrobenzenesulfonic acid, trlhydrate, sodium 
salt. 

p-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

i'-Nitro-o-benzenesulfonotoluidlde 

p-Nltrobenzenesulfonyl chloride- 

5-Nltro-2(3H)-beiizlmidazolone - 



417, 519. 

519. 

519 

519 

519 

417 



438, 489. 
438, 489, 519. 
511, 530. 



489. 

519, 530. 
438, 489, 519. 



438, 489. 

438, 489. 
483, 519, 533. 
438, 489, 519, 530. 



489. 

417, 489, 519, 530. 



417, 438, 489, 519, 566. 

438, 519. 

417, 438, 499. 
438. 

438, 483, 489, 519. 



508. 

519. 

439, 519, 599. 

599. 

438, 489, 530. 
519, 566. 
519, 566. 

438, 462, 519, 599. 

483, 519, 530, 599. 
417, 483, 519, 566, 599. 
417. 



417, 438, 519. 



417, 438, 519, 599. 

438, 489. 

599. 



483, 533. 



417, 438, 519, 530, 571. 

283, 417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 566, 599. 



76 



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TABLE IB. --Synthetic orHanic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



m-Nitrobenzolc acid 

p-Nltrobenzoic acid 

p-Nltrobenzoic acid, n-butyl eeter 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, ethyl ester 

p-Nitrobenzolc acid, isobutyl ester 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, n-propyl ester 

m-Nitrobenzoyl chloride 

p-Nitrobenzoyl chloride 

m-Nitrobenzyl alcohol 

2-Nitrobiphenyl 

^-Nitrobiphenyl 

i-Nitrobiphenyl-4' -oorboxylic acid 

2-Nitro-p-cresol 

Nitrodiphenylamine 

l-Nitronaphthalene 

3-Nitro-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonlc acid 

8-Nitro-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

8(and 5)-Nitro-l(and 2)-naphthaleneBulfonlc acid 

8-Nitro-l,3,6-naphthalenetrisulfonlc acid, 

calcium salt. 
7(and 8)-NitrGnaphth [l,2] oxadiazole-5-sulfonlc 
acid. 

p-Nitrooxanllic acid 

Nltrophenethyl acetate 

Nitrophenethyl alcohol 

o-Nitrophenetole 

p-Nitrophenetole 

o-Nitrophenol 

p-Nltrophenol 

p-(p-Nitrophenyl)acetophenone 

N,N '-(4-Nltro-m-phenylene)bls [acetamlde] 

i-Nitro-m-phenylenediamine 

4-Nitro-o-phenylenediamine 

2-Nitrophenyl ether 

p-Nitrophenylhydrazine 

p-(p-Nltrophenylmercapto) aniline 

2-(i-Nitrophenyl)naphtho[l,2]triazole-6,8-disul- 
fonic acid. 
»1 - ( m-Nl trophenyl ) -5 -oio -2 -pyrazoline -3 -carboxyli c 
acid. 

3'-Nitrophenylsulfonanllide •, 

-i-Nitrophthalamide 

3(and 5) -Nitrosalicylic acid 

4-Nitrosodiphenylainine 

l-Nitroso-2-napnthol 

p-Nitrosophenol 

2-'[<i - (4" -Nitro-2" -Eulf ostyril) -3' -sulf ophenyl] 
naphtho [1,2] tr iazole-5-sulf onic acid . 

m-Nitro toluene 

o-Nitrotoluene 

p-Nitrotoluene 

Nitrotoluene mixtures 

3-Nitro-p-toluenesulfonio acid f S03H=l] 

»5-Nitro-o-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=1] 

4'-Nitro-p-toluenesulfono-o-toluidide 

»2-Nitro-p-toluidine [ NH2=1 ] 

i<4-Nitro-o-toluldine f NH2=l] 

5-Nitro-o-toluidine [ NH2=ll 

»16-Nltroviolan throne 

Nitro-o(and p) -xylene 

2-Nitro-p-xylene 

Nitroxylenes, mixed 

Nonyl- and dodecylbenzenes, mixed 

»Nonylphenol 

2-(Nonylphenoxy)ethanol 

Octylphenol 

6-0xo-6H-anthr[9,l]isothlazole-3-carbonyl chloride-- 

6-0xo-6H-anthr[9,l]isothlazole-3-carboxyllc acid 

5-Oxo-l-phenyl-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic acid 

5-Oxo-l -phenyl -2 -pyrazoline-3-carboxylic acid, 
ethyl ester. 
»5-0xo-l-(p-sulfopherjl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 
acid (Pyrazolone T) . 

Pentabromoindigo 

PentaJecylbenzene 

1,1,3,3,5-Pentamethyllndan 

3,<i,9,10-Perylenetetracarboxylio acid 

3,4,9,10-Perylenetetracarboxylic dilmide 

Phenethylamlne 

o-Phenetidine 

p-Phenetidlne 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



489, 59A, 


604. 




417, 438, 


519. 




327. 






327, 416. 






327. 






327. 






594. 






417, 594. 






417. 






276. 






276. 






417, 519. 






417, 489. 






530. 






417, 438, 


519. 




489, 519. 






519. 






519. 






519. 






438, 489, 


519. 




417. 






439. 






439 






417. 






417. 






230, 417, 


463. 




276, 417, 


438. 




417. 






X. 






X. 






257, 417. 






483. 






451. 






417. 






489. 






417, 489, 


519. 




489. 






417, 519. 






519. 






519. 






451, 595. 






417, 438, 


530. 




489. 






417. 






417, 438, 


519. 




417, 438. 






438, 519, 


530. 




283, 483, 


489, 


519, 530 


417, 438, 


489, 


519. 


519. 






417, 462, 


511, 


530, 580 


417, 454, 


462, 


519. 


417, 462, 


483. 




271, 519, 


530, 


599. 


417. 






417, 519. 






438, 530. 






443. 






367, 453, 


519, 


571. 


519. 






453, 595. 






417. 






417. 






483. 






519. 






483, 519 


533, 


566. 


519. 






237. 






449. 






519. 






519. 






310, 544 


594, 


598. 


276, 417 






276, 417 


462, 


566. 



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77 



XAEU 7B.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United State 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i953- -Continued 



produc t i 



wPhenol: 
•Natural : 

From coal tar:^ 

U.S.P - - - — 

39° C, n.p 

825t-8'4* - - 

All other 

From petroleum: Other 

•Synthetic: 

By caustic fusion: U.S.P 

Fran chlorobenzene by liquid-phase hydrolysis: 

U.S.P. 
Frcan chlorobenzene by vapor-phase hydrolysis: 
U.S.P. 

From cumene 

l-Phenol-2-sulfonic acid 

l-Phenol-4-sulfouic acid 

Phenoxathin 

o-Phenoxyanillne 

•Phenylacetic acid (a-Toluic acid), all grades 

Phenylacetlc acid, ethyl ester, all grades 

Phenylacetic acid, methyl ester, tech 

•Phenylacetlc acid, potassium salt 

Phenylacetic acid, sodium salt 

•Phenylacetonitrile (a-Tolunitrile ) 

p-Phonylacetophenone 

2-Phenylanthr[2,3]oxazole-5,10-dione 

»p-Phenylazoaniline (p-Amlnoazobenzene ) and hydro- 
chloride . 

'i-Phenylazo-2, 5-xylidine hydrochloride 

2-Pherylbutyraiiilde 

2-Phenylbutyric acid 

Phenyl oyclohexane 

N-Phenyldibenzylamlne 

2, 2'-p-Phenylenebis [5-(l-nltro-2-anthraqulnonyl )- 
1,3,4-axadiazole]. 

•m-Phenylenediamine 

•o-Phenylenediamine 

p-Phenylenediamine 

l,l'-(p-Phenylenedicarbonyl)bis[2-(l-nitro-2- 
anthraquinonylcarbonyl)hydrazlne] . 

m-Phenylene diiosocyanate 

Phenyl ether (Diphenyl oxide) 

•Phenylglycine salts: 

Potassium salt 

Sodium salt 

Phenylhydrazine 

Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride 

•2, 2 '- ( Phenylimlno )diethanol ( Fhenyldiethanolamlne )- 

Phenyl isocyanate 

Phenylmalonlc acid, diethyl ester 

o-Phenylphenol 

o-Phenylphenol, chlorinated 

o-Phenylphenol , sodium salt 

p-Phenylphenol 

N-Phenyl-p-phenylenediemine 

Phenyl-2-propanone 

Phenyl -4-pyTidyl ketone 

Phenyl tetramer 

Phloroglucinol 

Phthalic acid 

•Phthalic anhydride 

Phthalic anhydride residue 

•Phthallmide 

Phthalonitrile 

o-Phthalonitrile 

Phthaloyl chloride (Phthalyl chloride) 

•Picolines;-'- 

2-Picoline (a-Plcoline) 

3-Plcoline (p-Picoline) — 

4-Picollne (y-Picollne) 

Picoline (3,4-mixture) 

Plcolinlc acid--" < 

Picramic acid and salt 

Picric acid (Trinitrophenol) 

2-Pipecoline (a -Pipecoline ) 

Piperidine ■* 

Poly-sec-amylphenol 

Pclychlorobiphenyl 

Polydodecylbenzene 



(tonuf acturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



508. 










133, 


530, 


611. 






133, 


508, 


611. 






133, 


508, 


530, 


565, 


611. 


152, 


508, 


565. 






276, 


526. 








355. 










316, 


590. 








304, 


539, 


611. 






109. 










276. 










355. 










483. 










243, 


310, 


449, 


544. 




243, 


310, 


544, 


620. 




310, 


544. 








243, 


276, 


310, 


544, 


598. 


243. 










243, 


276, 


310, 


416, 


544. 


519. 










519. 










417, 


438, 


489, 


519, 


530, 566 


417. 










310. 










310. 










276, 


451 








417. 










417 











45, 417, 438, 519, 530. 

257, 302, 308, 417, 462, 4S9, 558. 

511, 530, 580. 

417. 



355. 








355. 








417. 438. 








355. 








519, 595. 








439, 489, 


591. 






276, 594. 








310, 416. 








276, 355. 








355. 








355. 








355. 








417, 519. 








310, 412. 








508. 








502. 








308. 








243. 








133, 276, 


278, 


438, 


511, 526, 530, 539, 611 


539, 611. 








235, 302, 


355, 


417, 


519. 


417. 








611. 








276. 








133, 508, 


591, 


611. 




508. 








508, 591. 








133, 508, 


611. 






181. 








417, 438. 








322, 417, 


438. 






245. 








276, 417, 


508, 


594. 




581. 








276. 








237. 









See footnote at end of table. 



78 



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TABLE 7B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States product i 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , J9Ji- -Continued 



Uanufaoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



Polyethylbenzene (801( Dlethylbenzene ) 

Polypentadecylbenzene 

•Primuline base 

Pr-imilinesulfonlc acid 

Propiophenone -- 

"i-N-PropylpyTidine 

Pseudocumldine (Cumldine ) 

Purpurin (1,2,'i-Triliydroxyanthraquinone) 

Pyridine, hydrogenated 

*Pyridine, refined: 

2° Pyridine 

Other grades 

2-iyrldlne propanol 

3-Pyrldinesulfonio acid, Bodiuni salt 

3-PjrTidol 

'V-Pyridylbenzhydrol 

pyrrole 

2-Pyrrolidone 

♦Oainaldiue 

ftiinaldine yellow, base 

*Oiinizarin 

2-Oiinlzarinsulfonic acid 

Oiinoline : 

Qiiinoline, 1° and 2° 

Other grades 

2,4-(>iinolinedlol 

Oainoline yellow, base 

Reeorcinol, tech 

Resorclnol monobenzoete 

3-Resoroyllc acid 

Salicylalaminoguanldine oleate 

♦Salicylic acid, tech 

Sodium cresylate (crude) 

Sodium phenolate 

Stypimlc acid, lead salt 

»Styrene (Vinylbenzene), all grades 

i'-Sulfamoylaeetanilide 

p-Sulfamylbenzoic acid 

Sulfanilamide 

Sulfanilic acid (p-Amlnobenzolc acid) and salt 

A-Sulfoanthranilic acid 

p-Sulfobenzoic acid, sodium salt 

o-Sulfobenzoic anhydride 

^-Sulfobenzoylbenzolc acid (Sulfo BB acid) 

»4.,4'-Sulfonyldiphenol ('♦.i' -Dihydroxydlphenyl- 
sulf one ) . 
l-(p-S\ilfophenyl)-2-(oxalQoetic acid, diethyl 
ester )hydrazone . 

^-Sulfophthalic acid 

Terephthalic acid 

Terephthalic acid, dimetnyl ester 

Terphenyl (Phenylbiphenyl) 

»Tetrabromo-8,16-pyranthrenedlone 

1,3,6,8-TetraDromopyTene 

»l,4,5,8-Tetrachloroanthraquinone 

»l,2,<l,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 

Tetraehloronitrobenzene 

l,'V,5,6-Tetrachlorophthalic anhydride 

a,a,2,6-Tetrachlorotoluene 

Tetrahydrofuran 

Tetrahydrophthalimide 

Tetraldsamlnophthalocyajiine, copper salt 

»1,4, 5,8-Tetrakis [l' , 1" , 1" ' , 1" " -anthraquinonyl 
amino] anthraquinone ( Pentaanthramide ) . 

Tetrakisnitrophthalocyanine, copper salt 

1,2,4,5-Tetramethylbenzene (Durene) 

Thianaphthene 

3(2H)-Thlanaphthenone 

Thianthrene 

Thianthrenedlcarboxyllc acid 

2-(2-Thlenylmethyl)aminopyrldine 

»3,3'-Thiobis[7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one] 

'ijA'-Thiodianiline 

'♦,4'-'Hilodianiline sulfate 

6,6'-Thlodimetanilic acid 

2-Thiophene aldehyde 

m-Tolidine 

»o-Tolidine and salta 

»Toluene-2,'4-diamine (A-m-Tolylenediamine ) 

Toluene-2,'>-disulfonic acid 

o-Toluenesulfonamide 

p-Toluenesulfonamlde 

o(and p)-Toluenesulfonic acid 



133. 




237. 




AV7, 438, 489, 519. 




120, 519. 




133, 327, 544. 




508. 




113, 438, 462. 




519. 




594. 




U3, 508, 611. 




508. 




508. 




181. 




181. 




508. 




417. 




417, 519. 




133, 417, 438, 508, 530, 611. 




530. 




235, 271, 283, 294, 392, 417, 423, 438, 


439, 471, 489 


490, 519, 530, 566, 580. 




340, 580. 




133, 611. 




257, 438, 451, 508. 




417. 




519. 




133. 




439. 




133, 530. 




417. 




276, 355, 366, 462. 




484. 




278, 417, 595. 




136. 




133, 276, 355, 402, 591. 




530. 




276. 




558. 




438, 489, 530. 




283, 483, 489, 519. 




519. 




451. 




417. 




109, 276, 519. 




489. 




235. 




417. 




417, 304. 




276. 




271, 438, 519. 




519. 




417, 438, 519. 




276, 355, 460, 594. 




462. 




51. 




417. 




417. 




256. 




417. 




417, 438, 519. 




417. 




431. 




367. 




519. 




271. 




271. 




454. 




271, 417, 490, 519. 




417, 530. 




417. 




438. 




454. 




235. 




417, 438, 489, 595. 




322, 417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 




519. 




276. 




276, 530. 




276, 511. 





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79 



TABLE 7B.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , /9 55- -Continued 



p-Toluenesulfonio acid, ethjl ester 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, isopropyl ester 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, methyl ester 

p-Toluenesulfonio acid, monohydrate 

p-Toluenesulfono-o-toluidide 

loluenesulfonylamino-2,'i-dichloro-l-naphthoi — 

o-Toluenesulfonyl chloride 

p-Toluenesulfonyl chloride 

Toluene-2,'4,6-triamine trihydrochloride 

Toluhydroquinone 

m-Toluidine 

o-Toluidine 

p-Toluidine 

Toluidines, mixed 

«6-p-Toluldlnometanilic acid 

m-Toluidinomethanesu]i'onio acid 

o-Toluidinomethanesulfonic acid 

8-(p-Toluldlno) -l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid 

2-(p-Toluidino) -5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

«o-(p-Toluyl) benzoic acid 

)«i-(o-Tolylazo) -o-toluidlne (o-Aminoazotoluene) - 

o-(p-Tolyl) benzoic acid 

2,2'-(m-Tolylimlno)diethaiiol 

3_(p.Xolyl) -l-methyldiazoaminoacetic acid 

2,'i,6-Tribromophenol 

l,2,3(and 1,2,4) -Trlchlorobenzene 

»l,2,4-Trichiorobenzene 

l,2,4-Trichloro-5-nitrobenzene 

Trichlorophenylsilane 

»a , a , a- Tri chlorotoluene ( Benzotri chloride ) 

a,2,'i-Trichlorotoluene 

a,2,'i(and a, 2,6)-Trlchlorotoluene 

a,3, 4 -Tri chlorotoluene 

1,3,5-Triethylbenzene 

l,3,3-Trimethyl-A^>"-indollue acetaldehyde 

l,3,3-Trimethyl-2-methylenelndollne 

2,4,6-Trinltrobenzoic acid 

2,'4,6-Tris(dimethylaiiiinomet>iyl)phenol 

«6,6 '-Ureylenebis [l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] 

(I acid urea) . 
o-Vanillin (2-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzaldehyde) -- 

♦Veratraldehyde (S.-i-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde) 

o-Veratraldehyde (2,3-Dlmethoxybenzaldehyde) -- 

Veratrole 

Veratryl alcohol 

9-Vinylcarbazole 

5-Vinyl-2-picoline (MVP) 

2-Vlrylpyridine 

<V-Vinylpyridine 

«Violanthrone (Dibenzan throne) 

Xanthanoic acid 

Xenylamine (4-Biphenylainine) 

m-)!yiene 

o(and p) -Xylene 

p-Xylene 

Xylenesulfonic acid 

i^lenol crystals 

)^lenols : 

Low b.p 

i<Medium b.p 

Not classified as to b.p 

•}^lidines : 

2,'i-Xylidine (m-4-Xylldine) 

2,5-Xylidine (p-Xylidine) 

3,4-Xylldine . 

Xylldines, mixed: 
^Original mixture 

Xylidine (ortho, para) 

2,'i-Xylidine acetate 

2,5-Xylidine hydrochloride 

4-(2,'»-Xylylazo)-o-toluidine 

i;_(2,5-Xylylazo)-o-toluidine 

4-(2,4-xirlylazo)-2,5-xylidine 

<;-(3,5-Xylylazo)-3,5-xylidine 

All other intermediates 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



230. 

417, 453. 

230, 276, 490. 

519. 

417. 

451. 

276. 

276. 

308. 

439. 

133, 417, 438, 519. 

417, 438, 519, 566. 

417, 438. 

530. 

417, 438, 489. 

283, 483, 533. 

438. 

438. 

489. 

417, 519, 530. 

417, 419, 438, 530, 533. 

438. 

439, 489. 

519. 

355. 

355. 

276, 460, 590. 

519. 

326. 

188, 366, 594. 

366. 

310. 

366. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

308. 

453. 



283, 


417, 


438, 


483, 


489, 


517, 519 


276. 












229, 


276, 


327, 


449. 






276. 












276. 












449. 












519. 












528. 












508. 












508. 












271, 


417, 


490, 


519, 


530, 


566, 599 


620. 












276. 












449, 


539. 










539. 












175, 


449, 


519, 


528, 


539. 




109, 


227, 


518. 








611. 












508, 


565. 










278, 


508, 


565. 








530. 












417, 


438, 


519. 








438, 


519, 


566. 








558. 












417, 


438, 


530. 








417, 


530. 










530. 












438. 












438. 












530. 












438, 


566. 










519. 












294, 


519, 


611. 









533, 566. 



•'■ Does not include manufacturers' identification numbers for producers who report to the Division of Bitu- 
mlnoufi Coal, U. S. Bureau of Mines. These producers are listed in the U. S. Bureau of Mines Mineral Market 
Report M. W. S. No. 2509, Directory of Oven-Coke Plants in the United Slates, December 31, 1955 (issued Ma> 
1956) . 



80 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Dyes 



T AME BB. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States prodvction or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955 

[Dyes for which separate statistics are given in table SA are marked below with an asterisk (») ; dyes not 
so marked do not appear in table 8A because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be 
published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 27. An X sigriifies 
that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the designated 
product] 



Dye 



DTES CEOUPED BY COLOUR INDEX NUMBER 



Naphthol green B- 



Naphthol yellow S- 
Amldo yellow E 



Dy^ 



Spirit yellow G- 

Acid yellow 
»Spirit yellow R — 

»Oil yellow 

»Chry3oidine Y- 
»Chrysoidine R- 

Oil yellow AB- 
/•Sudan I 



Croceine orange G 

»Orangfa G 

Chromotrope 2R 

Fast acid fuciislne 3 

»Amido naphthol red G 

Brilliant sulphon red 

»Chrome yellov 2G 

»Chrome yellow R ' 

Fast red GG salt 

Azo alizarin yellow GP 

Victoria violet 4BS 

Chromotrope 6B 

•Amido naphthol red 6B 

Fibre black V 

Oil yellow OB — 
»Fast scarlet G base- 
»Fast scarlet G salt- 
Fast red GL base 

»Fast red GL salt 

•Sudan II 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



Double ponceau 

»Fast red B 

Chromotrope lOB — 
»Chrome brown R 

Chrome green 2G — 

Chromate brown B- 



Acid chrome brown 
Chrome flavine G — 

»Azo eosine G — 
Fast red B base 

»Fast red B salt 

»Fast scarlet R base 

»Fast scarlet R salt- 

Eosamine G 

Chrome yellow 5G- 
rirect pink 

nMetanll yellow- 
Methyl orai.ge 

»Azoflavine RS 

Azo yellow — 
Resorcin yellow — 

♦Orange tl— — — 

♦Orange R- 



A38, 530. 
519. 



Pigment rubine B 

Acid chrome brown B 

Acid chrome garnet R — 
Acid chrome violet N — 

Chrome black PV 

Naphthylamine brown 

»Fast red A 



519, 

<i38, 

417, 

3<iO, 

«8, 

438, 

530. 

A17, 

438. 

417, 

438. 

414, 

417, 

414, 

489, 

438, 

519, 

438, 

417, 

438, 

417, 

489. 

530. 

417, 

483, 

417, 

438, 

438, 

27, 

27, 

438, 

417. 

■45, 

519, 

45. 

■is, 

27, 
462 
438 
417 
438 
417, 
489, 
438 
417 
462 
438 
438 
433 
27, 
417 
il7 
438 
438 

438 
519 
27, 



530. 
530. 
438, 
417, 
519, 
519, 



438. 
438, 
438. 
519, 
489, 
566. 
489, 
438, 
489. 
438, 



462, 
499, 
462, 
462, 
519, 
417, 
519. 
489, 

417, 



483, 519, 530, 566. 
438, 519, 5X, 566. 
530. 
530. 

489, 519, 530, 566. 

489, 519, 530, 533. 

462, 476, 483, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

530, 566. 
519, 530, 566. 

566. 
489. 

476, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

566. 
519, 566. 

483, 49?, 519, 566, 599, 601. 
530, 56C. 
438, 489, 519, 530. 

519, 530. 

438, 489, 519. 



417. 

417, 519. 

283, 414, 417, 483, 489, 519. 

519, 599. 

462, 483, 499, 519, 566, 599. 

438, 499, 519, 530, 566, 601. 

462, 483, 499, 519, 533, 566, 599, 601. 



519. 

438, 462, 489, 519, 530. 

519. 

483, 489, 519. 

566.' 

414, 438, 489, 519, 530. 
438, 489, 519, 530. 



489, 519. 
438. 
489. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



81 



T/BZ SB.-Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or sales 
reported, identified by manufacturer , J9J5- -Continued 



Colour 
Index or 

Proto- 
t^e No. 



179 
180 
183 
18i 
185 
195 
197 
201 
202 
203 
20<l 
208 
209 
216 
219 
225 



23A 
235 
238 
2A6 
247 
249 
252 
253 
258 
262 
267 
271 
274 
275 
278 

280 

288 

289 

292 

294 

299 

302 

304 

305 

306 

307 

308 

316 

317 

319 

324a 

326 

327 
331 
332 
343 
346 
349 
353 
364 
365 
370 
375 
376 
377 
382 
387 
393 
3^4 
395 
400 
401 
403 
405 
406 



Dyo 



Manufacturers' identification numbara 
(according to list in table 27) 



DYES aiODPHi BY COLOOR INDEX NDMBER — Coaatinued 
Aio Dye>--Contlnued 



Monoazo Dyes — Continued 



•Aao rubine— 
•Fast rod VR- 



Crocelno scarlet 3BX- 

Ajnaranth 

•Cochineal red A 

«Mordant yellow 

♦Chrome yellow RN 

Chrome blue black B — 
»Chrcnie blue black R— 
•Chrcme black T— — 
»Chrcme black A 

Fast acid blue H— — 

Fast acid blue B— — 
»Aoid chrome red B— — 

Chrome f lavine A— — 

Direct pink 2B 



Disazo Dyes 



»Resoroin brown—— 
»Resorcin dark brown- 
Chrome brown G— — — 

»Acid black lOB 

«Azo dark green A 

Cloth red G 

■♦Brilliant crooeine M- 

Ponceau SS ex 

Sudan IV 

Cloth red B 

Neutral gray G 

Fast acid black R 

•Milling orange- 



»Cloth scarlet G 

•Direct fast red 8BL- 



Soarlet F.C 

Fast acid cyanlne G 

«Fast acid cyanine 5R ex- 
Acid chrome verdone A — 
Acid black B- 



•Acid chrome black F — 

Acid chrome green SS- 
»Fast acid black 2BN 

Fast acid black R 

Fast acid black F 

•Fast acid cyanine black B- 

Naphthylamine black D 

Developed blue NA 

Developed blue B 

•Direct fast heliotrope- 

Rosanthrene— ^ 

•Direct fast scarlet 

•Direct fast scarlet 4BA- 
•Bismarck brown G— — — 
•Bismarck brown R- 



•Chrcane fast yellow C — 
•Direct fast yellow 5GL- 



Direct fast yellow 401 ex 

•Direct fast pink 2BL 

•Brilliant yellow 

•Chrysophenine G 

•Congo red ■ 

•Congo corinth G 

Congo rubin o 

Direct orange G 

•Direct scarlet B 
•Direct violet P 

Benzo violet 
iCiirect violet N 

Direct black RO 

Direct brilliant Bordeaux R- 
•Derveloped black 3 H ' ■ 

Diphanyl fast gray B 

Direct cyanine R— — — — 
•Direct blue 2B 



27, 417, 438, 462, 489, 519. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

489. 

438, 489, 

438, 489, 519, 530, 

438, 489, 519. 

438, 489, 519. 

438, 489. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 

438, 489, 519. 

438, 489, 519. 

438, 489, 519. 

417, 438, 519. 

438, 489, 519, 530, 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

417. 



414, 417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 

414, 417, 438, 462, 489, 519, 530. 

417, 438. 

27, 414, 417, 438, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

417, 438, 489. 

27, 417, 438, 462, 489, 519, 530, 

438, 

340, 417, 438, 489. 

438, 489, 519. 

417. 

519. 

489, 519, 530. 

414, 476, 489, 530, 566. 

27, 283, 363, 414, 417, 438, 476, 483, 489, 

519, 530, 533, 566. 
438, 519, 566. 
438, 519. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 533, 
438. 
438. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 
530. 

417, 438, 489. 
489, 
519. 

417, 438, 519. 
519. 

483, 533, 
438, 489, 519. 
417, 438, 483, 489. 
417, 466, 
27, 283, 363, 417, 438, 458, 483, 489, 519, 

530, 533, 566, 
27, 417, 489, 519, 530, 533. 
417, 433, 489, 519, 530, 
417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 530. 

363, 417, 438, 476, 519, 530, 533. 

283, 476. 

283, 417, 438, 483, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 

417, 438, 458, 489, 519, 

417, 438, 489, 

27, 414, 438, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

363, 489. 

438, 

414, 438, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

519. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 566. 

27, 

438. 

27, 414, 417, 438, 489, 519, 530, 533. 

489, 

438, 

27, 414, 417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 533, 566, 



82 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE SB.--Synthet ic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States producti 
I eported, identified by tranufacturer , 1955- -Continued 




Manuf aotvirera ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



DYES GROUPED BY COLOUR INDEX NUMBER — Continued 



Dy»s--Continued 



Dlsazo Dyes— Continued 



Creaotine yellow G- 

»Direct orange R 

•Direct fast red F — 



•Direct brown M- 



•Direit brown B- 
tiPclar red 



Acid chrome red 
Direct brilliant red SB- 
Chrome fast yellow RD 

•Milling red G 

Direct orange R 

•Benzopurpurine AB 

Direct blue 3R 

•Benzo new blue 5B 

Azo mauve B ■■ 

Direct blue AR 

Direct blue BX 

Direct blue 3B 



Direct orange G 

•Acid anthracene red 3B- 

Benzopurpurine lOB 

Fast blue B base 



•Fast blue B salt 

•Direct azurine G 

Direct brilliant blue G- 
•Direct blue KW 

Direct blue B 



Chicago blue B 

•Direct sky blue FF 



•Direct pure blue- 



Trisazo Dyes 



Direct fast blue FR — 

Direct fast black N — 
•Direct fast black FF- 

Diazo blue black RS — 

Direct bronze G— — 

•Direct brown BT 

•Direct black EW 

•Direct black RX 

•Direct green ET 

•Chloramine green B— — 
•Direct green B 

Direct green G — 

Direct olive G 

•Direct brown 3GCI 

•Congo brown G 

Congo brown R 



Tetraklsazo Dyes 



Direct brown G- 



Stilbent Dyes 



•Direct yellow R 

•Chloramine orange G — 
•Stilbene yellow 
Diphenyl catechine G- 
Diphenyl chrysoine G- 



Pyrazolone Dye 



•Fast light yellow G- 
•Xylene light yellow- 

•Tartrazine 

•Polar yellow 

•Chrome red B— — — 
•Pyrazol orange 



Dye 



438, 


489. 
















il7, 


438, 


4S9, 


519. 












27, 


283, 


414, 


417, 


438, 


476, 


489, 


519, 


533, 


566. 
















27, 


283, 


363, 


414, 


417, 


438, 


476, 


489, 


519, 


530, 533, 566. 












AU, 


489, 


530. 














283, 


363, 


414, 


417, 


438, 


476, 


483, 


489 


519, 


530, 533. 














"417. 


















27, 


489. 
















483, 


519. 
















4S3, 


489, 


519, 


530, 


566. 










438, 


566. 
















417, 


438, 


489. 














417. 


















414, 


417, 


438, 


483, 


439, 


519. 








519. 


















438, 


489. 
















27, 


438, 


489. 














27, 


417, 


438, 


489. 












43a, 


489, 


566. 














438, 


483 


489 


519 


530 


566. 








417, 


438. 
















417, 


462 


499 


566. 












438, 


462 


483 


519 


566, 


599 


601 






27, 


414, 


417, 


438, 


489, 


519, 


533, 


566. 




417 


483. 
















283 


417 


438 


/.a9 


519 


566 








417 


489. 
















459 


519. 
















27, 


283, 


414, 


417, 


438, 


453, 


483, 


489, 


519, 


530, 533, 566. 












27, 


417, 


438, 


458, 


476, 


489, 


519, 


533. 




27, 


417, 


489, 


566. 












533 


















417 


438 


458 


489 


519 


533 








438 


















533 


















363 


414 


417 


438 


489 


519 


566 






414 


417 


438 


489 


519 


530 


533 






414 


417 


438 


489 


519 


530 


533 






414 


417 


438 


489 


519 


530 


533 


566 




414 


417 


438 


489 












414 


417 


438 


489 


519 


530 


533 


, 566 




414 


417 


438 


489 












519 


















417 


438 


489 


519 


530 


533 








27, 


363, 


414, 


417, 


438, 


489, 


519, 


533, 


566. 


417 



















414, 519. 



417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 
438. 
489. 



417, 438, 483, 519. 

283, 417, 438, 462, 483, 489, 519, 530, 533. 

438, 462, 476, 483, 489, 519, 530, 533, 566. 

283, 438, 433, 489, 519, 533. 

45, 283, 417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 530. 

363, 436, 476, 483, 489, 519, 533, 566. 



417, 438, 530. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I955 



83 



TABLE BB.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or aalet were 

reported, identified by manufacturer , J93J- -Continued 



800 
801 
802 



812 
813 
8U 
815 
816 



833 

8^1 



Dye 



DYES GROUPED BY COLOUK INDEX NUMBER — Continued 



Triphenylmethane and 
Diphenylnaphthylmtthane Dye 



•Malachite green 

»Rhoduline blue 6G — 
•Brilliant green 

Setooyanine 

»Aoid green B 

»F&st acid green B — 

Acid light green 

•Acid glaucine blue- 

Xylene blue VS 

Xylene blue AS— — 
•Para fuchsine 

Magenta- 



New fuchsine 
•Methyl violet B and base- 

•Crystal violet 

•Ethyl violet 

Benzyl violet 

Spirit blue 2B 

Acid magenta 

Acid violet iBN 

Fast acid violet lOB 

Wool violet 

•Acid violet 

Acid fast violet BG 

Alkali blue 

Methyl blue 

Methyl cotton blue 

Soluble blue 

Patent blue A 



Manufacturers' Idontlfloatlcm numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



•Acid chrome azurol B — 
•Acid chrome cyanine R- 

Victoria blue R— — — 

•Victoria blue B 

•Naphthalene green V — 

Wool green S-— — — — 



Xanthcne Dye 



Xylene red B 

Rhodamine B 20'^ 



•Rhodamine B cone, 100^!^— 
Rhodamine 6G cone, 100^ 
Fast acid violet A2R 

•Fluorescein- 



•Uranine (Fluorescein, alkali salt) 

Eosine G (Tetrabromofluorescein, alkali salt) — 

Tetrabromofluoresceln — — 

Dinitrodibromofluorescein 

Erythrosine bluish 

Phloxine B^ 

Rose bengale B 



Dye 



Aerldine orange NO 

Brilliant phosphine G 

Phosphine— — — 

Euohrysine 2G 



Dye 



(Julnoline yellow, spirit-soluble- 

•Quinoline yellow 

Quinoline yellow KT 



178, 
178, 
178, 
417, 
417, 
417, 
519. 
438, 
438, 
438, 
323, 
511, 
530. 
178, 
178, 
178, 
178. 
573. 
519. 
438. 
417, 
438, 
417, 
417. 
323, 
323. 
323, 
530, 
530. 
417, 
417, 
178, 
178, 
417, 
483, 



Thiazole Dye 



•Primuline 

Direct pure yellow M 

•Direct fast yellow 

Thloflavine T 

Direct brilliant flavlne S- 



•Wool fast blue- 
•Safranine 



438, 462, 519, 530. 

417, 438, 462, 519. 

417, 438, 462, 519, 530. 

438, 519. 

438, 462, 483, 489, 519, 530. 

438, 462, 483, 519, 530. 

462, 483, 519, 530. 

519. 

519. 

530, 573. 

530, 573. 

417, 438, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 462, 519. 
417, 438, 519. 



489. 
462. 
489, 519, 530. 



519. 
573. 

438,489, 519, 566. 
438, 483, 489, 519. 
417, 462. 

417, 438, 462, 519. 
438, 462, 489, 519. 
519, 530. 



519, 530. 

438, 519. 

468. 

462* 468, 530, 573. 

462, 530, 573. 

573. 

530, 573. 



519. 
438. 
417, 
417, 
438, 
357, 
438, 
530, 
462, 
462. 
573. 
462, 
573. 



438, 483, 519. 

483. 

438, 489, 530. 

483. 



438, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 519, 530. 
417. 



417, 438, 489. 

417. 

120, 417, 438, 489, 519, 533. 

417. 

120. 



438, 489, 519. 
417, 438, 462, 519. 



84 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

r uts SB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes lor which United Statam production 
reported, identified by manufacturer , 29 5J- -Continued 




Mai[ufactuT«rB' Idantlftoatlac mnibars 
(accardlag to list Is taMa 27) 



0raS GRODPED BY COLOnH INDEX NDMBER — Continued 



Dye 



--Continued 



Methylene violet 

Acid eyajiin o 

Induliiie, spirit-soluble— 

♦Induline, water-soluble 

Nigrosine, sptrit-soluble- 
Nigrosine, water-soluble— 



Black and Allied Dye 



Diphenyl black base- 
New fast gray 

Fur black 



New blue R — 
Nile blue A- 



•Methylene blu e 
Methylene green B- 



Sul/ur or Sulfide Dyes 
Derivatives of Carbazole 



Immedial yellow D 

Carbazole vat blue R- 



Other Sulfur or Sulfide Dyes 



»Sulfur blaok- 
»Sulfur blue — 
»SulfuT olive- 
All other 



Anthraqui 



Dye 



•Alizarin VI 

*Alizarin red S 

Alizarin brown——— 
»Aoid alizarin blue SE — 
■»Aoid alizarin blue B 

Anthracene blue SWGG 

Anthracene blue rfR 

»Alizarin irisol R 

Alizarin astrol B 

Cyananthrol R 

Cyananthrol G 
•Alizarin cyanine green- 



Acid anthraqoinone violet 

•Anthraquinone blue black B — 
»Acid anthraquinone sky blue 

Anthraquinone blue SR 

Acid alizarin rubine 



Anthraquinone Vat Bye 



•Anthraquinone vat golden orange G, 12^ 
•Anthraquinone vat scarlet G, 16-2/3 16 
•Anthraquinone vat dark blue BO, 29 f) 
•Vat navy blue NTP- 



•Anthraquinone vat lade green, 6^ 



•Anthraquinone 

•Anthraquinone 

Anthraquinone 

Anthraquinone 

Anthraquinone 

Anthraquinone 

•Anthraquinone 

•Anthraquinone 

Anthraquinone 

Ant hr a qxii n on e 

»An thraquinone 

•Anxhraquinone 

•Anthraquinone 



vat green B and black B, 12-l/21t>- 

vat violet 2R, 12-l/2lt 

vat violet B, 25^t — ■ 

vat blue RS, ICit 

vat blue 3G, lO^t 

vat blue GCS, 8-l/J^ 

vat blue GCD, 8-l/3^t — 

vat yellow G, 12-l/2lt- 



vat yellow OK, 12-l/2l( 

vat brilliant violet RK, 12-1/21^- 

vat olive R, 12-l/'2lt 

vat brown R, 12-1/21^ 

vat brown G, 12-1/2^6 



^38. 






519. 






A38, 


519, 


530. 


438, 


519, 


530. 


-V38, 


519, 


530, 


A38, 


519, 


530, 


5M. 






530. 






530. 






';38, 


530. 




519. 






178, 


'138, 


462, 519, 530 


530. 







519. 
322, 417. 



322, 417, 438, 519, 530, 

193, 322, 417, 438, 489, 499, 519, 530. 

193, 322, 417, 438, 519, 530. 

193, 322, 417, 438, 499, 519, 530. 



438, 530, 566. 

438, 490, 519, 530, 566. 

423. 

438, 4S9, 519, 530. 

283, 417, 438, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

490. 

283. 

417, 423, 490, 566. 

417, 490, 519. 

417, 490. 

490. 

283, 340, 417, 423, 438, 489, 490, 519, 530, 

566. 
438, 490. 

423, 438, 489, 490, 519, 566. 
417, 438, 490, 519. 
490. 
490, 519. 



271, 283, 
271, 283, 
120, 271, 
120, 271, 
88, 271, 

599. 
120, 271, 
271, 417, 
490. 

271, 417 
417. 

271, 417 
271, 417 
322, 417 
271, 417 
417, 438 
271, 278 
271, 278 
271, 278 



417, 438, 519, 530. 

417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 566. 

278, 417, 438, 490, 530, 566, 599. 

417, 490, 519, 530, 566, 599. 
278, 417, 438, 476, 490, 519, 566, 

, 322, 417, 438, 519, 530, 566, 599. 

, 438, 490, 519, 530, 599. 



519, 530. 



438, 
438, 
438. 
438, 
510. 
283, 
417, 
417, 



519. 

519, 530, 566. 



417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 599. 
438, 519, 5X), 599. 
438, 530, 599. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



85 



TABLE SB. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identi tied by manufacturer , i9 JJ- -Continued 



Colour 
Index or 

Proto- 
type No. 



Dye 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



DYES GROUPED BY COLOOR INDEX KUMBER— Continued 



Anthraqui 



Vat Oyes-'Contlnued 



Anthraqulnone vat red violet RRN, 12-1/2^- 

Anthraquinone vat red BM, ex,, 12-l/25t 

»Anthraquinone vat violet BN, 25^ 

Anthraquinone vat yellow R, 12-1/2^ 

Anthraqulnone vat blue 3G, 12-1/2^ 



Indigoid and Thioindigoid Dye 



»Indigo, synthetic, 20^- 

Indigo, white, 20^ 

Indigotin lA- 



Tribromindigo RB, 20?^ 

»Broniindlgo blue 2BD, 16^ 

Indigo blue 6B 

Ciba pink B, 20^ 

«Vat red 3B, 20^( 

»Vat orange R, lO^t 



Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Dyes 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Colors 



•Blue #1 

Blue #1, aluminum lake- 

*Blue #2 

Green #1, #2 

Green #3 

♦Orange #1 

Orange #2 

»Red #1 

»Red #2 

»Red #3 



Red #3, aluminum lake 

♦Red #4 

Red #32 

Violet #1 

Yellow #1 

Yellow #3 

Yellow #A 



♦Yellow #5, #6 

Yellow #5, aluminum lake- 



Drug and Cosmetic Colors 



Black #1 

Blue #1 

Blue #A, #9— 

Blue #6 

Blue #7 

Brown #1 

Green #1- 

Green #5 

Green #6, #7- 

Orange #1 

Orange #3 

Orange §A- 
Orange #5- 



Orange #15, #17- 

Orange #16 

Red #1, #2, #38- 

Red #3 

Red #5 

Red #6- 



♦Red #7, #9, #12, #13, ^-i, #36- 

Red #8 

Red #10, #35- 
Red #11, #31- 



Red #17, #18, #28, #33, #37, #39- 

♦Red #19 

iRed #21 

Red #22 

Red #27 

Red #30- 



Violet #1 

Yellow #1, #10- 

♦Yellow #5 

Yellow #6 

Yellow #7 

Yellow #8, #11- 



417, 438. 

271, 438. 

271, 417, 438, 490, 519. 

120, 417. 

438, 519, 566. 



355, 417, 438, 519. 

490, 566. 

417, 438. 

355, 438. 

88, 355, 417, 438, 4S3, 519. 

438, 519. 

88, 519. 

88,417, 438, 483, 519, 530. 

88, 417, 438, 519, 530, 566. 



113, 
253. 
113, 
113, 
281. 
113, 
438. 
113, 
113, 
113, 
253. 
253, 
438, 
438. 
253, 
253, 
253, 
113, 
253. 



253, 281, 438, 462. 



438, 462. 
438. 



253, 281, 427, 438, 462. 



253, 
253, 
253, 

281, 
530. 

472. 
438, 
438. 
253, 



438, 462. 

281, 427, 438, 462. 

427, 438. 

427, 438, 462. 



462, 472. 

281, 427, 438, 462. 



438. 

357, 438. 
357, 387. 
357. 



387. 
438. 

357, 387. 
357. 
357. 
357, 387. 

357, 387, 438. 
253, 357, 387. 
462, 573. 
378. 



438. 
357, 387. 



438, 462. 



86 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE SB. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer , i 955- -Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



DYES GROUPED BY COLOUR INDEX NUMBER— Continued 
Food. Drug, and Cosmetic i)yi;s--Contlnued 

Drug and Cosmetic Dyes, External 

Blue #1- 



Red #1, #8, #10, #11- 

Red #13 

Violet #2 

Yellow #1, #3 

Yellow # 5 



DYES GROUPED BY PROTOTYPE NUMBER 



»Acid alizarin flavine R — 
Acid anthracene brown B — 
Acid anthracene brown 3B- 

»Acid anthracene brown PG- 

»Acid chrome blue 2R— — 
Acridine flavine R 

•Algol yellow GC 



•Alizarin direct blue A2G 

Alizarin direct blue AR 

•Alizarin supra blue A 

Alkali fast green lOG 

•Anthracene chromate brown EB- 
Artificial silk black G 

•Benzo Bordeaux 6B 



•Benzo chrome black blue B- 

•Benzo copper blue B 

•Benzo fast black L 

•Benzo fast blue 4GL 

Benzo fast blue 8GL 

Benzo fast brown 3GL 

•Benzo red 12B 



Benzo rhoduline red B 

Benzo rhodiJ.ine red 3B— — 
Brilliant acid blue 3B 

•Brilliant benzo violet B 

•Brilliant milling blue B 

Brilliant wool blue FEB 

Brilliant wool blue FFH 

Cellitasol AZ 

•Celliton orange GR 

Chlorantine fast blue 2GL — 

•Chlorantine fast brown BRL- 



•Chlorantine fast yellow <M}L- 
Chlorantine fast yellow RL — 

Chrome yellow G — — 

Cibacete diazo black B 

Cibacete diazo black GN 

•Cibacete sapphire blue G 

Cibacete scarlet G 

Cotton black 3G 



Cross dye green B 

•Diamine Bordeaux B 

Diamine catechine B 

Diamine catechine G 

•Diamine catechine 3G— 
•Diamine fast blue FEB — 
•Diamine fast orange EG- 
•Diamine fast orange ER- 

•Diaminogeii blue N2B 

•Diazo Bordeaux 7B 



•Diazo brilliant green 3 - 
•Diazo brilliant scarlet 2BL ex- 
•Diazo brilliant scarlet ROA 

Diazo brown 6G- ■ 

Diazo brown NR 



Diazo brown 3RB 

•Diazo fast red 5BL 

•Diazo fast red 7BL 

Diazo indigo blue 4RL- 

Diazo rubine B 

Diazo sky blue B— — — 

Diazo sky blue 3GL 

Fast mordant blue B— — 

Fast scarlet 2C base — 

•Fast scarlet 2G salt— 



438. 
'138. 
<V38. 

253, 438. 
253, 438. 
253. 
253, 357. 



283, 417, 438, 

4S9, 519. 

489. 

45, 283, 414, 

438, 489, 519. 

483. 

88, 271, 278, 

566. 
438, 4fi9, 490, 
438, 519. 
283, 417, 438, 
438, 519. 
283, 414, 417, 
438, 458, 4S9, 
438, 489, 519, 
20, 417, 438, 
27, 438, 519. 
417, 438, 489, 
27, 283, 417, 
417, 483. 
438, 519. 
27, 417, 438, 
489, 519. 
438, 519, 533. 
438, 566. 
417, 438, 489, 
417, 438, 519, 
438. 

417, 438, 519. 
519, 566. 
294, 417, 4S9, 
489. 
363, 414, 417, 

533, 566. 
363, 417, 438, 
363, 489. 
438, 530. 
417, 489. 
439. 

417, 489, 519; 
294. 

414, 566. 
438, 519, 530, 
27, 414, 417, 
417, 438. 
417, 438, 566, 
417, 438, 519 
27, 283, 417, 
193, 283, 417 
193, 283, 417 
417, 458, 483 
283, 417, 438 
417, 438, 4C3 
283, 417, 438 
438, 483, 519 
438, 519. 
519. 

438, 519. 
283, 417, 438 
283, 417, 438 
519. 

483, 519. 
519. 
519. 

423, 438. 
417, 519, 566 
294, 438, 462 



483, 519, 530. 
417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 566. 
483, 490, 519, 530, 



417, 438, 

519, 530. 

483, 489, 

438, 489, 
519, 566. 
566. 
489, 519, 



517, 519. 
519, 530. 



519, 566. 
438, 483, 519, 533. 



519, 533, 566. 



519, 566. 
438, 458, 
483, 489, 



476, 483, 489, 519, 
519, 533. 



^38, 519, 533, 566. 



566. 
438, 458, 
438, 489 
519, 530, 
489, 519 
483, 489 
489, 519, 
483, 489 



483, 566. 



483, 489, 519. 
519, 530, 533. 



533. 
519, 566. 



, 483, 499, 519, 566, 599, 601. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



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TABLE SB.. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for «hich United States product, 
reported, identified by manufacturer . 1955- -Continued 



or sales were 



Colour 
Index or 

Proto- 
type No. 



95 

97 

99 
100 
101 
102 
106 
107 
108 
109 
116 
118 
121 
122 
12A 
125 
126 
129 
135 
137 
138 
139 
UO 

Ul 

U3 

lU 

U5 
146 

U7 

l-^S 

151 

152 

153 

157 

158 

162 

163 

164 

165 

166 

168 

169 

170 

171 

172 

173 

178 

181 

182 

186 

187 

188 

189 

191 

192 

193 

194 

195 

197 

198 

201 

202 

203 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 

211 

213 

215 

216 

217 

218 

222 

223 

224 

227 

228 



DYES GROUPED BY PROTOTYPE NUMBER— Continued 



SirluB supra brown 3R 

Slrlus supra orange 5G 

Sirius supra yellow 5G 

•xOilnea carmine B 

»Gulr.ea fast red BL 

Guinea fast red 4BL 

Helindon fast scarlet B 

Helindon fast scarlet G 

Helindon pink B ex 

•Helindon pink R ex 

•Indanthrene brilliant orange RK- 

»Indanthrene brown BR 

»Indanthrene brown RHD 

»Indanthrene khaki 2G 

»Indanthrene rubine R 

Indanthrene yellow brown 3G 

Indo carbon CL 

Katigen ohrcune blue 5G 

Metachrome red G 

Milling orange G 

•Milling yellow H5G 

Milling yellow 

htonochrome blue black B 

Naphthol blue black S 

Neolan black ISh 

•Neolan blue GG 



Neolan Bordeaux R 
Neolan orange R-- 
•sQxydiainlnogen OB- 



•paper red A ex 

Polar orange GS 

Polar orange R 

Thional yellow 

Pyrogene orange G-CF 

Pyrogene violet bro^vn X 

Pyrogene yellow brown 2RS-CF--' 

•Rapidogen blue BN 

•Rapidogen blue D 

Rapidogen Bordeaux R 

Rapidogen brown GN 

•Rapidogen red GS 

•Rapidogen red RS 

•Rapidogen scarlet RS 

•Rapidogen yellow G 

•Rosanthrene fast Bordeaux 2BL- 

•Rosanthrene orange R 

Sudan brown 5B 

Sudan orange RT 

Sudan red BB 

Sulphon orange G 

•Sulphon yellow R 

Supra light rubine BL 

Supramine black BR 

Supramine Bordeaux B 

Supramine brown R 

Supramine red 3B 

Supramine red 2G 

Supramine yellow R 

•Victoria fast violet 2R ex 

•Victoria pure blue B 

•Zambesi black D 

Zambesi black V 

Acid anthracene brown KE 

Acid anthracene brown WSG 

•Alizarin fast gray BBLW 

Alizarin supra sky blue R 

Alphanol brown B 

Amldo naphthol brown 3G 

Anthralan red B-CF 

Azosol fast orange G 

Azosol fast red 3B 

Azosol fast yellow CGG 

Azosol fast yellow GR 

Benzo fast Bordeaux 6BL 

Benzo fast brown RL 

Brilliant indocyanine 6B-CF-- 

•Brilliant indocyanine G 

Brilliant sulpho flavine FFA- 

•Celllton fast blue FR 

•Celliton fast blue FFR 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



519. 

519. 

438, 519. 

417, 489, 519. 

283, 417, 438, 489, 519. 

417, 438, 519. 

417. 

417, 566. 

530. 

88, 417, 438, 519, 530, 566. 

271, 283, 417, 438, 519, 599. 

88, 271, 417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 566, 599. 

88, 417, 483, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

417, 438, 490, 519. 

271, 417, 438, 490, 519, 599. 

438. 

322, 519. 

519. 

423, 438. 

566. 

438, 476, 483, 489, 519, 566. 

438, 519. 

489. 

438. 

438, 489, 519. 

283, 294, 417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 530, 533, 

566. 
283, 483, 489. 
417, 438, 489. 
283, 414, 438, 458, 476, 483, 489, 519, 533, 

566. 
417, 438, 489, 519. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

489. 

489. 

489. 

489. 

27, 88, 483, 519. 

27, 88, 294, 417, 483, 519. 

27, 483, 519. 

483, 519. 

27, 88, 294, 417, 438, 483, 519, 530. 

27, 88, 294, 417, 483, 519, 530. 

27, 88, 294, 417, 438, 483, 499, 519, 530. 

27, 88, 294, 417, 483, 519, 530. 

283, 417, 438, 483, 489, 519, 533. 

417, 438, 483, 489, 519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519, 566. 

283, 483, 489, 519, 530, 566. 

438, 519. 

519. 

519. 

566. 

519, 566. 

519. 

519. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 530. 

178, 417, 438, 462, 519. 

438, 439, 519. 

417, 438, 489, 519. 

483, 519. 

519. 

283, 41-7, 438, 489, 490, 519, 530. 
438, 519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

438, 519. 

438, 519. 

438, 489, 519. 

438, 519. 

294, 489, 519. 

294, 423, 438, 439, 489, 519, 566. 



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TABLE BB.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal- tar dyes for which United States product i 
reported, ident if led by manufacturer , i9 55- -Continued 




Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



307 
308 
309 
310 
311 



DYES GROUPED BY PROTOTYPE NUMBER— Continued 

»Celliton fast blue green B 

»Celliton fast brown 3R 

Celliton fast brown 5R 

Celliton fast navy blue B 

»Celliton fast pink B 

»Celllton fast pink FF3B 

»Celliton fast red GG 

»Celliton fast red violet RN 

»Celllton fast rublne B 

•Celliton fast rublne 3B 

♦Celliton fast violet 6B 

»Celliton fast yellow G 

Celliton fast yellow RR 

♦Celliton scarlet B 

♦Celliton yellow 5G 

♦Chlorantlne fast red 5BRL 

Chrome fast orange 3RL 

Dlanil yellow 5G 

Diazo brown 3R 

Diazo fast yellow 2G 

Diazo fast yellow 3G 

Eric chrome broFn DKL 

Eric chrome olive BL 

Fast black B salt 

Fast black LB base 

♦Fast blue BB base 

Fast blue BB salt 

Fast Bordeaux BD salt 

♦Fast Bordeaux GP base 

♦Fast Bordeaux GP salt 

Fast corlnth V salt 

Fast garnet GC base 

Fast orange GC base 

♦Fast orange GC salt 

♦Fast orange GR salt 

♦Fast orange RD salt 

♦Fast red Al salt 

♦Fast red 3GL base 

♦Fast red 3GL salt 

♦Fast red KB base 

♦Fast red KB salt 

Fast red RC base 

♦Fast red RC salt 

Fast red RL base 

Fast red RL salt 

Fast red TR base 

♦Fast red TR salt 

Fast violet B base 

Fast violet B salt 

Fast yellow GC base 

Fast yellow GC salt 

Sirius supra orange GG 

Slrius supra red violet RL 

♦Sirius supra turquoise blue GL 

Immedial new blue FBL ex 

♦Indanthiene brilliant violet 3B 

♦Indanthrene direct black RB 

♦Indanthrene golden orange 3G 

♦Indanthrene golden yellow GK 

♦Indanthrene golden yellow RK 

♦Indanthrene olive green B 

Indanthrene printing black BL 

Indanthrene red FBB 

Metomega chrome brown RLL 

♦Monochrome black blue G 

Monochrome red FG 

MDncchrome violet FB 

♦Naphthol AS- - 



♦Naphthol AS-BO- 
♦Naphthol AS-BR- 
♦Naphthol AS-BS- 



»Naphthol AS-D- 



Naphthol AS-DB-- 
Naphthol AS-E— 

♦Naphthol AS-G 

Naphthol AS-ITR- 

♦Naphthol AS-OL— 



♦Naphthol AS-RL- 



294, t^ll, 438, 519, 566. 

■439, 519, 566. 

519. 

566. 

294, 438, 489, 566. 

294, 417, 519, 566. 

294, 417, 519, 566. 

294, 417, 438, 489, 519, 566. 

294, 417, 519, 566. 

294, 417, 438, 439, 489, 519, 566. 

294, 417, 519, 566. 

294, 417, 439, 476, 489, 519, 566. 

519, 566. 

294, 417, 438, 439, 489, 519, 566. 

294, 439, 519, 566. 

27, 417, 438, 458, 476, 483, 519, 533, 566. 

483, 519. 

438, 519. 

519. 

438, 483, 519. 

519. 

438, 489, 519. 

438. 

438, 483. 

519. 

294, 462, 519, 566, 601. 

294, 462, 519, 601. 

519. 

417, 438, 519, 566, 599. 

438, 462, 483, 519, 566, 599. 

519. 

519. 

519, 566. 

438, 462, 519, 566, 599, 60]. 

438, 462, 519, 566, 599. 

438, 462, 519, 566. 

438, 462, 483, 519, 566. 

417, 499, 519, 566, 599. 

438, 462, 483, 499, 519, 566, 601. 

417, 438, 519, 566, 601. 

438, 519, 566, 601. 

519, 566, 599. 

294, 438, 462, 519, 566, 599. 

462, 519. 

462, 519. 

438, 599. 

438, 483, 519, 566, 599, 601. 

294, 519. 

462, 483, 519, 601. 

462. 

462, 519. 

283, 417, 519. 

417, 519. 

283, 294, 417, 438, 476, 517, 519. 

519. 

271, 417, 519. 

271, 438, 519. 

271, 278, 417, 438, 490, 519, 599. 

88, 271, 283, 417, 438, 483, 490, 519, 566. 

88, 283, 438, 483, 490, 519. 

271, 278, 417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 566, 599. 

438, 519. 

438, 519. 

489. 

283, 417, 438, 483, 489, 519. 

45, 519. 

519. 

411, 417, 438, 462, 483, 499, 519, 530, 566, 

580. 
411, 417, 438, 499, 519, 566. 
411, 462, 499, 519, 566. 
27, 411, 417, 438, 462, 483, 499, 519, 530, 

566, 580, X. 
27, 88, 411. 417, 438, .462, 483, 499, 519, 

530, 566, 580. 
462, 519. 
411, 438, 519. 

438, 462, 463, 483, 519, 530, 566. 
411, 462, 499, 519, 566, 601. 
27, 88, 411, 417, 438, ^62, 483, 499, 519, 

530, 566. 
411, 417, 462, 519, 566. 



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reported, identified by manufacturer, i955- -Continued 




DYES OROnPED BT PROTOTIPE NUMBER— Continued 

»Naphthol AS-SW 

»Naphthol AS-TR 

Neolan orange G 

»Neolan yellow OR 

Cksega chrome yellow ME 

Palatine fast blue BN 

Palatine fast blue RRN 

^Palatine fast gieen BLN 

»Palatlne fast marine blue REN 

Palatine fast orange RN 

•Palatine fast pink BN 

Palatine fast red RN 

Palatine fast violet 3RN 

Palatine fast irlolet 5RN 

"Paletine fast yellow ELN 

Pluto black G 

lYrazol fast orange GL 

Rapid fast orange RH 

Rapid fast red RH 

Rapidogen black brown IT 

»Rapidogen blue N , 

Rapidogen blue R 

Rapidogen brown IB 

Rapidogen brown IPT 

»Rapidogen golden yellow R 

Rapidogen green B 

Rapidogen orange G 

•Rapidogen orange R 

Rapidogen red violet RR 

•Rapidogen violet B 

Rapidogen yellow G 

Rapidogen yelloft 2G 

Variamine blue BD salt 

Varlamine blue RT salt 

Acid chrome red B 

Alizarin rubinol 3G 

Benzoohrcane brown B 

Benzochrome brown G 

Benzo fast heliotrope RRL 

Brilliant benzo faot violet BL 

Brilliant benzo grten B 

Celliton brilliant yelDow FF 

Gelliton fast pink RF 

Chrome leather fast black S 

•Cotonerol 

Diamond black P2B 

Diazo brilliant orange GH 

Diazo brilliant scarlet 5BLN 

•Fast red ITR base 

•Fast red ITR salt 

•Slrius supra gray VGL 

•±ndanthrene orange AR 

Janus black G 

•Naphthol AS-BG 

Naphthol AS-GR 

Naphthol AS -LB 

Naphthol AS-SC 

•Neolan pink B 

Neolan red GRE 

Neolan violet brown 3 

Qxamine brilliant red B — 

Para brown V 

Rapidogen red ITR 

Rapidogen scarlet IL 

Rosanthrene Bordeaux B 

Acid chrome blue 3G 

Algol scarlet B 

Azo rubinol 3GP 

Azosol fast blue HL 

Benzo fast gray BL 

Brilliant congo blue BFL 

Brilliant wool blue G 

Celliton fast yellow 7G 

•Chloraritine fast Bordeaux 2B 

Chlorantine fast Bordeaux BLL 

Chlorantine fast browr 8RLL 

Chlorantine fast gray RLN 

Chlorantine fast green BLL 

Chlorantine fast orange TART J. 

Chlorantine fast orange T5RLL 



Manuf aoturers ' identification nimbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



'111, ilV, 438, A83, 


499, 


519, 530, 566 




-111, -117, <;38, 519, 


566. 






283, 294, 438, 483, 


489, 


519. 




283, 294, 417, 438, 


483, 


489, 519. 




489. 








519, 530. 








283, 533. 








438, 483, 489, 519. 








283, 294, 438, 483. 








51^. 








283, 294, 417, 483, 


489, 


519, .530. 




483, 519. 








519. 








519, 530. 








283, 294, 438, 483, 


489, 


519. 




414. 








489. 








530. 








519. 








27, 519. 








294, 417, 438, 433, 


519, 


530. 




27, 519. 








27, 519. 








27, 483, 519. 








27, 519, 530. 








519. 








519. 








27, 294, 483, 519. 








519. 








27, 294, 483, 519. 








519. 








27, 519. 








483, 519, 601. 








519. 








519. 








519. 








519. 








519. 








438, 519. 








417, 438, 519, 566. 








438, 519. 








438, 519. 








519. 








519. 








27, 283, 294, 417, 


438, 458, 483, 489. 


519, 


566. 








519. 








519. 








417, 438, 483, 519. 








294, 519, 601. 








462. 483, 519, 601. 








27, 283, 433. 








417, 438, 519, 530. 








519. 








411, 462, 519, 566. 








519. 








519. 








411, 417, 462, 519, 


566. 






438, 489, 519. 








438, 489. 








489. 








438. 








519. 








27, 519. 








519. 








417, 489, 519. 








519. 








519. 








489. 








519. 








-.SS, 533. 








438, 519. 








438. 








519. 








438, 476, 489, 533. 








438, 533. 








417, 438, 533. 








4:8. 








417, 438. 489, 519. 








438, 489. 








438. 









90 



TABLE SB. --Syntheti 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States produ 
reported, identified by manufacturer, i955- -Continued 




Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



DYES GROUPED 3Y PROTOTYPE NUMBER— Continued 

•Chlorantine fast red 6BLL 

Chloranttne fast violet 5BL 

Chlorantine fast violet RLL 

Chlorantine fast yellow 2RLL 

♦Chlorazol blue 5GKS 

Denna brown 

Diazanil orange RR 

Diazo brilliant blue 2BL 

Diazo fast Bordeaux FBL 

Fast scarlet TR base 

«Sirius light blue FBQL 

Indanthrene orange F3R 

Indanthrene red brown R 

Indanthrene red brown 5RF 

Indantlirene scarlet R 

Indanthrene yellow FFRK 

Indanthrene yellow GF 

Indanthrene yellow 3R 

Kiton fast red 4BLN 

Metomega chrome blue 2RL 

Metomega chrome brown 3GL 

^fetomega chrome orange ML 

Kfetomega chrome red C^ 

Monochrome olive FBBL 

Naphthol AS-LC 

Naphthochrome violet R 

Neolan blue 2R 

Neolan orange GRE 

Rapidogen golden yellow IFG 

Rapidogen red IGG 

Rapidogen yellow 14G 

Diphenyl fast blue green BL 

Sudan red GG 

Sudan yellow GRN 

Supramine yellow 3GL 

Chromoxane brilliant violet SB 

Alizarin light blue <iGL 

Azosol fast blue M 

Azosol fast red BE 

Brilliant indo blue 5CtL 

Chloramlne fast orange 2RN 

»Chlorantine fast violet 2RL 

Cloth fast yellow 5G 

Diazo brilliant scarlet BA 

Diazo brilliant scarlet ROL 

Diazo fast yellow 3GLL 

Diphenyl fast blue red R 

Erganll gray BC 

Fast blue RR base 

Fast blue RR salt 

Fast corlnth LB salt 

Fast red FE base 

»Fast red PDC base 

»Fast red PDC salt 

Indanthrene red violet RSN 

Leather broTm ET 

Naphthol AS-LG 

Naphthol AS-LT 

Neolan Bordeaux BE 

Neolan Bordeaux RM 

Neolan red BRE 

Rapidogen corlnth IB 

Xylene fast orange PO 

Acid alizarin black RGW 

Alizarin saphirol WSA 

Azosol fast yellow R 

Buffalo black 3G - - — 

»Calcofast spirit orange RN 

Caloofast wool orange RN 

Caledon dark blue G 

»Cellitazol AZN - — 

Chloramine copper blue 3G 

Chloramlne copper blue "iG 

Chlorantine fast yellow 2GLL 

♦Chrome fast green G 

Dlaminogen blue NA 

Diazo fast green GF 

Diazo fast violet BL 

Dlpyrazo scarlet RP 

Direct chinollne 



283, 417, 438, 458, 483, 489, 519, 533, 566. 

417, 433, 489. 

438. 

438. 

27, 417, 438, 458, 476, 483, 489, 519, 530, 

566. 
439. 

417, 519. 
438, 519. 
519. 
519. 

27, 438, 458, 476, 483, 489, 519, 530. 
438. 
566. 

417, 438, 519. 
438, 519. 
438. 
438. 
417. 
489. 
489. 
489. 

438, 489. 
489. 
519. 

411, 519. 
438, 519, 566. 
438, 48y. 
489. 

27, 519. 
27. 

27, 519. 
438, 489, 519. 
519. 

519. 

519. 



438, 489. 



363, 417, 438, 458, 476, 483, 489, 519. 
489. 



489. 
519. 



519, 566, 601. 

483, 499, 519, 566, 601. 

438, 519. 

519. 
519. 



519, 530. 

438. 

439, 489, 519, 566. 

519. 



417, 438, 489. 
438. 
519. 

483, 519. 
483. 



438, 519, 530. 



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TABU 8B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyea for which United States product ion or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer , I9f 5- -Continued 




Manufactvrrars ' identification numters 
(according to list in table 27) 



DYES OROOPED BY PROTOTYPE NDMBER— Continued 



Diupersol fast yellow 2G- 

Durazol fast blue 3RS 

Durazol fast orange R— — 
"Eastman fast yellow QLF — 

Eafitono blue 8(2" 

Erie fast rubine B 

Fast brown salt VA 

Fluorol 50 



Immedial black brown A- 
»Indanthrene olive T 



Interchem acetate orange AR- 

Leather brown 5RTX 

Luxol brilliant green BL 

Luxol fast blue MBS 

Naphthol AS-L3G 

•Naphthol AS-MX 

•Naphthol AS-PH 

Naphthol AS-SR 

Naphthol AS^C 

Neolan dark green S— — — — 
Neolan navy blue KLG— — — 
Neutral brown KX-— — — — — 



Permanent red 2B, sodium salt- 

•Pontamine black AWG 

Pontamine diazo brown R 

Pontamine diazo orange 

Pontamine diazo orange 30 

♦Pontamine navy blue DB 

Rapldoger blue PBN 

Sirius supra brown 2BL— — — 

SiriuE supra orange RRL 

Siriufl supra scarlet GO 

«Solantine orpjige AG 

Supranol brown 3GL 

•Sirius supra yellow R ex 



Arilite blue 2RLU- 

Bixamine fast blue "MILL 

Caloogene direct blue GNCF- 

Capraoyl orange R 

Capracyl red B- 



Capracyl violet R 

Carbanthrene gray GFL 

Chlorantine fast blue 3GLL- 

Coprantine black brown S 

Erio fast orange F 

Flavine 40 



Indanthrene yellow PGA 
Metomega chrome cyanine BLL- 

«Naphthol AS-KE 

Neolan brown R 

»Nyaform blue 2B 

Polar red brown V 

Sirius light violet BL 

Sudan black RT 



Superlitefast blue 1L 

Superlltefaat blue 8GLN- 

Superlitefast blue RL 

Viscolan black B 



UNGROUPED DYES 

•Acetate rayon dyes:'- 

•Black B, EC, 30, OGN, OS, GY, J, JRW, LNB, 

NC, PL, R, RB, SS.* 
•Blue #15, A8-7, A8-45, B, 23, BO, BP, BR, 

OR, FC, FSI, 0, 20, 60, GBN, CTD, GLF, OLT, 
OP, GR, GSF, GSFR, GCS, LB, LWGF, MJ, NBN, 
NBNJ, NR, NSP, NVY, NU, RB, RBN, RDA, RO, 
R, 2R, 3R, AR, SS, WNBN.^ 
Brown JO, R- 



Gray 20, NBN- 
Oreen 40 



Orange, I, III, J, FSI, GR, GRN, R, 2R, ZR, 

AR, RD-GLF, NBNJ, NR, NSP, WNBN.* 
Pink 3B, 3BGLF, FFB, MBS 



417. 

417. 

417. 

294, 438, 439, 566. 

439. 

417, 438. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

271, 278, 283, 417, 438, 490, 519, 530, 566, 

599. 
294, 417. 
438, 519. 
417, 519. 
417, 438. 
519, 

27, 411, 462, 499, 519, 566. 
27, 411, 417, 462, 499, 519, 566. 
519. 

411, 519. 
489. 

438, 483. 

283, 417, 438, 481, 589. 
417. 

417, 438, 566. 
417, 519. 
417, 438, 489. 
417. 

414, 417, 438, 458, 476, 489, 530, 533. 
27, 519. 
438, 519. 
519. 
438. 

294, 438, 458, 476, 483, 489, 530. 
438, 519. 
27, 283, 294, 417, 438, 458, 476, 483, 489, 

519, 533. 
294. 
438. 
438. 
519. 
519. 
519. 
438. 
438. 
438. 
438. 
438, 
438. 
438. 

27, 88, 411, 462, 519, 566. 
433. 

283, 438, 458. 
438. 
438. 
438. 
438, 

489, 519. 
27, 438. 
438. 



2Q4, 414, 417, 438, 439, 489, 533, 566. 
294, 417, 438, 439, 519, 566. 



294. 

439, 566. 

439. 

439. 

414, 417, 438, 439, 566. 

438, 439. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



92 



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TABLE SB. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by mermfacturer , J95J- -Continued 



Dye 



UNGRCiUPED DYES — Continued 
•Acetate rayon dyes— Continued 

»Red VI-X, B, 2B, 3B, BFS, 2B-GLF, 4BLL, C, G, 
GU, GSF, NB, NGLF, R, RP, Y, YP.' 

•Scarlet III, B, FS, GSF, R 

Violet 7BC, BGF, BN, DAC, MB, 2R, AR, 3HGFL, 

5R1F. 
•Yellow, CW, FSI, G, 3G, 5G, 8GLF, GL, GR, 
III, IX, M, N, PGA, R, 2RGLF, 4RL, -VRLA, 
ASLT, 5R, RN, YL.* 

Acid alizarin Bordeaux BLT 

Acid alizarin brown RLL 

Acid anthracene brown TBL 

Acid azo eosine 2B 



Acid black AR, GRF, N, RB- 

Acid blue G, NB 

Acid brillianx pink SB- 
Acid brown CRTA, M-130, NY, ITGA, PGMA, 

Acid dark brown B 

Acid dark green B- 

Acid fast brown CGS 

Acid fast orange LW 

Acid fast red GL 

Acid grey G 

Acid leather brown 
Acid milling orange RN, 
Acid milling yellow GN- 
Aoid navy blue- 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



Acid neutral red X 

Acid orange R, 2R 

Acid red B, 2B, 3B, G, 3RB 

Acid ruby PL 

Acid sapphire G - 



Acid scarlet G, GN 

•Acid violet BD, R, 2R, 3RL, RNL- 
Acid white WT 



Acid woodstain black N 

Acid yellow 3G, GW, NR, NW, 3RD- 

Alizarin blue GS 

Alizarin sapphire EMM 

Alizarin violet NRR- 
Alphazurine B- 



Anthracene chrome brown RL — — - 

Antfjaquinone blue BGA, 3G, 2GA, RA 

Anthraquinone milling blue BL 

Anthraquinone vat black 2G, J, R 

Anthraquinone vat black brown VA- 
Anthraquinone vat blue BCL- 



Anthraquinone vat blue green 3B, Y 

Anthraquinone vat brilliant red B 

Anthraquinone vat brilliant yellow 3G, 5G- 
Anthraquinone vat brown 2G, BN, NR, VR— - 

Anthraquinone vat copper brown 

Anthraquinone vat direct black 3G, 3GA 

Anthraquinone vat fast yellow 

Anthraquinone vat golden orange -G, 4G— 

Anthraquinone vat gray 2G, N, R 

Anthraquinone vat olive G, 2GL— — — 
Anthraquinone vat printing black BBD, 

Anthraquinone vat red FG, RL, RRB 

Anthraquinone vat red brown RB 

Anthraquinone vat scarlet 2G, 3GA, GL- 

Anthraquinone vat violet 3R- 

Anthraquinone vat yellow AO, GL, 5GLL, K, LN, 

PG. 
Anthraquinone violet A ■■■— -— 

Aviation blue—— — - 

Azo black NV- 



PG, R- 



Azo blue G, R 

Azo brown CH, DW, RRX- 

Azo cardinal WF ~— 

Azo ceresine B— — 

Azo green FFW, G — -— 

Azo jet black K 

Azo navy ER, CW, LN 

Azo oil black B~— — 



Azo olive green BLN -■ 

Azo orange BD, BRN, 6G, GRN, RXA- 
Azo red Z- 



AlA, An, 438, U39, A89, 566. 



294, 414, 417, 439, 533, 566. 
294, 417, 438, 439, 519. 



294, 417, 438, 439, 471, 519, 566, 599. 



519. 

519. 

519. 

417. 

417, 438. 

483, 519. 

417. 

417, 519. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

566. 

533. 

438. 

530. 

417, 530. 

417. 

530. 

566. 

417, 483. 

417, 438, 483, 519. 

417. 

363. 

483. 

45, 414, 417, 423, ' 

519. 

417. 

417, 483, 519. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

423. 

417. 

417. 

438, 530. 

283, 438, 519. 

519. 

417, 519. 

417. 

519. 

417, 438. 

530. 

417, 438, 519. 

530. 

417, 566. 

417, 519, 530. 

417, 438. 

iSS, 566. 

417. 

417. 

417, 519. 

417. 

417, 438, 530, 566. 

417. 

350. 

363. 

363, 483. 

363, 483. 

363. 

530. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

438. 

483. 

483. 

363. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 93 

TABLE tB. -Synthetic organic cheaicats: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer , i9J5- -Continued 



Colour 
Index or 

Proto- 
type No. 



Dye 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



UNGROUPED DYES— Continued 



Azo rose G- 



Azo royal blue L, S- 

Azo rubine B, S 

Azo scarlet 0— — — — 

Azo turquoise B 

Azo violet 

Azo wine WF 



Azo yellow DW, G, S 

»Azoic dyes and their components:' 
Dyes, rapidogen: 

Black, A, 2B, BR, DM, FOR, 3G, I, IT, 
J, MG, MR. 

Blue#l, #>, AS, AF, B 

Bordeaux MR 



Brown BR, HD, INH, PKB, Y- 
Cerise 



Dark brown AR 

Gray R __________ 

Navy blue F, FBR, FFR, GA 

Orange FFR, MG 

Red AS, 3B, 2BN, FB, FFBB, GGS, KB, KBS, 
RC, S. 

Scarlet FFG, 2G, 2R 

Violet BN 



Yellow, AGL, GGN, GR- 
Coraponents: 
Fast color bases: 
Blue B-P 



Garnet GBCP- 
Orange R-P— 

Red FB 

Scarlet— 

Volet 



Fast color salts: 

Blue B^ 

Red B 



Fur dyes: 

Fur #2, # i, BCA, NZA, NZF- 
Naphthols : 

Naphthol AS-BB 



Naphthol AS^GN— 
Naphthol AS-BG-P- 

Naphthol AS_BN 

Naphthol AS-EL 

Naphthol AS-HB 

Naphthol AS-LW 

Naphthol AS_P 

Naphthol AS^N 

Naphthol AS^T- 



Azosol brilliant blue B — 
Azosol faBt brilliant red 
Basic blue B, 2G, 5G— — 

Basic blue black — 

Basic brilliant blue B 

Basic green B 

Basic orange L- 



Basic red 4G, L 

Basic yellow OL, OR 

Benzo fast copper yellow 2GL — 
Brilliant cyanine green 5 C 

Brilliant oil blue BMA 

Brilliant rayon blue J 

Brilliant sky blue RRG 

Canary lake yellow PL 

Celllton fast yellow GA 

Celliton yellow 6D 



Chlorantine fast green 5GLL- 

Chromate brown R, RL 

Chrome black 3G 

Chrome brown B 

Chrome cyanine BLL 

Chrome garnet GR 

Chrome gray BL- 



Chrome green B, SP 

Chrome orange LC, 3R____— — 

Chrome soga yellow A 

Chrome yellow 2GN, GRR, SW- 
Cloth red Y 



Cupramine brown B — 
See footnotes at end of table. 



^483. 
363. 
363. 
363. 
363. 
363. 
363. 
363. 



27, 417, 483, 519, 601. 

294, 462, 483, 519. 

417, 499. 

27, 483. 

483. 

417. 

483. 

483, 519. 

417, 519. 

27, 294, 417, 462, 483, 519. 

462, 483, 519. 

519. 

417, 519. 



462, 601, 
462, 601. 
462. 

476, 601. 
601, 
601, 

462. 
530. 

283. 

519. 

462. 

462. 

519. 

462. 

462. 

27, 

462. 

530. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

417. 

519. 

417, 

417, 

417, 

417, 

417, 

519, 

590, 

438, 

363, 

519, 

438, 

519, 

519, 

489. 

283, 423, 

438, 

438 

489. 

45. 

423. 

423, 438. 

438, 530. 

519. 

45, 417, 438: 

489. 

363. 



94 



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TABX SB. •Synthetic organic chemicals: C€>al-tar dyes for which United States production or aaiea were 
reported, identified by manufacturer , i95J--Cbntinued 




Manufacturers ' Identification mmbera 
(according to list in table 27) 



BNORODPED DIES — Continued 

Cupramlne orange RB 

Developed orange DD, RFW, WD 

Developed scarlet FW, GFW 

Diamine oatechlne ER 

Diazo blue GHM 

Diazo brilliant scarlet QGA 

Diazo brown R 

Diazo orange LGA 

Diazo scarlet HP 

Diazo violet BL, RE 

Dlazophen red BTB 

Diazophen yellow BTP, 2C1L 

•Direct black, AP, CW, 3G, 50, 3GR, HH, RCW, RO, 

Rir. 

♦Direct blue, BFL, lOBLL, 12BLL, 16BLL, 2GFL, 

GL, 3GU,, AQLL, 8GLN, 3QLST, 8GDF, LBLL, NR, 

RDW, 2HCF, 3RCF, RL, RLU, 2R?L, 2RlCr, 7HLL, 

SFBL, VHS. 

Direct blue green CW 

Direct Bordeaux RLPf 

Direct brilliant brown S 

Direct brilliant violet AB, R 

•Direct brown, GB, 3CS, KRS, NZ, 2R, RRF, 3RLL, 

RY. 

Direct catechine 2BAC 

Direct copper blue BF 

Direct diazo blue 3G, 6G, 5GL, NA- 

Direct diazo brown 6G 

Direct diazo green BL, 2GL 

Direct diazo orange G, GR, N, WD 

Direct diazo scarlet R, RN 

Direct diazo violet BL, RR 

Direct diazo yellow 2GL 

Direct fast black GRJK 

•Direct fast blue B, BFL, BLL, 6BLL, 2BRN, CPL, 

8GLL, 4GLR, LBFU, LBGL, LBL, L5GA, L5R, LRRtJ, 

ML, 2RLL, 3RL, UGLL. 

Direct fast blue green 2B 

Direct fast blue red LBL 

Direct fast brilliant blue L8GU - 

•Direct fast brown R, AR, 2RL, ARL, RLL, 2RLL, 

-iRLVF, SKRL, 3yL. 
•Direct fast gray #347-49, BL, 3BL, GL, 2GL, 

LBUL, LGL. 

Direct fast maroon LFS 

•Direct fast orange GL, 2GL, <tGLL, lAQL, L8GL, 

3LWF, R. 
•Direct fast red 3BL, 9BL, 8BLSW, 8BNL, L4BL, HL 

Direct fast rubine BBLL, RLL -- 

Direct fast violet R 

•Direct fast yellow #23979, EFC, 5G, 3GL, -iGLP, 

L2RX. 

Direct garnet RB 

Direct gray, BBC, CRLL, 2GFL, GL, 3LUF, LVBL, 

LVL, LVLL, LVLN, LWBG, UFLL. 

Direct green B, 5GSC, 2Y - 

Direct lumisol blue OlS, RL 

Direct lumisol gray 

Direct lumisol violet 4RL 

Direct maroon LFVS 

Direct navy blue 63 

Direct olive brown RL 

Direct orange C, GLFC, 2GLL, LR, LLLWF, RT, 

UF2G. 

Direct red 7B, 9B, 8BLN, 5BLU 

Direct reseda green . 

Direct rubine BB, WLKS - 

Direct scarlet B, BOW 

Direct silk blue NR 

Direct supra blue FBLL, 7GL 

Direct supra rubine BBL 

Direct turquoise LGA 

Direct violet 2R 

•Direct white, B, 4B, 5B, BP, DPS, GG, K, LD, 

MR, M2R, OCO, P4B, 2R, RN, RW, HWS, SC, WANS, 

WCN. 

Direct yellow EFC, G, GR, S5GP— 

Euchrysine 2GA 

Fast acid orange HW 



363. 

438. 

438. 

519. 

294. 

519. 

489. 

519. 

4«9. 

417. 

530. 

417, 530. 

363, 414, 4S9, 533, 566, 599. 

294, 363, 438, 458, 483, 530. 



438. 

363. 

438. 

530, 566. 

363, 438, 530, 533, 566. 

438. 

533. 

417, 533. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

533. 

27, 120, 283, 417, 519, 533. 



27. 

519. 

417, 438, A39, 533. 

283, 417, 438, 519*. 

417, 438, 489, 519, 533. 

363, 417, 519, 533. 
533. 

438, 483, 489, 533. 

458, 476, 530. 
438, 530. 



363. 
283, 

283, 
519, 
438. 

417, 

438. 
363, 

417, 

489. 

489. 

489. 

363. 

27. 

566. 

363, 

294, 
566. 
363. 
363. 
519. 
566. 
566. 
483. 
438. 
258, 



453, 483. 
363, 483. 



271, 417, 462, 483, 519, 530, 604. 



363, 438. 

519. 

489. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



95 



TAHi SB. --.Synthetic organic chewicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production 
reported, identified by manufacturer , i9J3- -Continued 



sales were 




Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



UNGROUPED DYES— Continued 

Fast black G 

Fast Bordeaux BN, HB 

Fast brilliant crimson RB 

Fast brown FN, MF 

Fast crimson R 

Fast olive brown G 

Fast orange YF 

Fast spirit black RB 

Fast spirit brown GN 

Fast spirit yellow G, 2BN 

Fast yellow G, 2G, N 

Fluorescent green HW 

Fluorescent yellow HZB 

Fluorol VGA, OB, OBR 

Formaldehyde blue 2B 

Formaldehyde scarlet Y 

Formallde deep blue R 

Gasoline yellow 

Hectograph white A 

Indian brown 3G 

Ink blue ASB, PP 

losol black 

losol blue, 6G 

losol green 

losol red 

losol violet 

losol yellow 

Methyl orange 

Milling yellow XN 

Neolan pink G 

Neutral brown H 

Neutral dark brown H 

Neutral silk brown G, 0, RG 

Neutral silk yellow, CGA, SX— 

Nydye black J, JM 

Nydye blue GB 

>fydye brilliant red 3B 

Nydye navy blue M 

l^ye orange 2R 

Nydye scarlet G 

^^ye violet BX 

h^lanthrene blue 3BLF 

Nylanthrene navy LFWG 

Nylanthrene orange RRWF 

Nylanthrene rubine 5BLF 

Nylanthrene scarlet YLFW 

>^lanthrene yellow FLW 

Oil amber AAP 

Oil blue A, AP, NE - 

Oil brown U, Y 

Oil color correctors 

Oil fast blue R 

Oil markers BR, ER 

Oil orange, MT 

Oil pink B 

»Oil red ED, EGN, N-1700, 0, OB, RO 

Oil yellow PHW -. 

Qxydiaminogen BBA 

Palatine fast blue 5RNA 

Palatine fast yellow 5GN 

Pluto orange GHA 

Resin brilliant red R 

Resin brown Z 

Resin dark red Z 

Resin scarlet 2R 

Rhodamlne B stearate 

Spirit-soluble blue 

Spirit-soluble brown 2RS 

Spirit-soluble fast black 

Spirit-soluble fast blue B 

Spirit-soluble fast green B 

Spirit-soluble fast red M, Y 

Spirit-soluble fast yellow 30 

Spirit-soluble green 

Spirit-soluble orange M, RS 

Spirit-soluble red IB 

Spirit-soluble red brown NR 

Spirit-soluble scarlet MC 

Spirit-soluble violet MR 

Spirit-Boluble yellow OR, MQS 



530. 

530. 

A38. 

530. 

438. 

530. 

530. 

530. 

530. 

530. 

283, 530. 

54. 

530. 

519. 

489. 

489. 

414. 

530. 

417. 

519. 

438, 519. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

417, 438. 

438. 

489. 

438. 

414. 

363. 

283, 363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

363. 

566. 

417, 530, 566. 

438. 

340. 

566. 

340. 

340. 530. 

438. 

438, 530, 533, 566. 

530. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

530. 

423. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

423. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 



96 



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TABl^ 9B.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, i9JJ- -Continued 




Colour 
Index or 

Proto- 
type No. 



Manufacturers' identification numbera 
(according to list in table 27) 



UNGROUPED DYES- -Continued 

Stllbene orange E3G 

Stllbene yellow 8G 

Sudan corinth 3B 

Sudan dark brown BG 

Sudan scarlet 6G 

Sudan yellow GRA 

Sulfur fast brown CLAR 

Synlan black J 

Toluylene fast brown 3GA 

Vat black, DM — 

Vat gray LN 

Vat maroon 

Vat printing black OR, R 

Vat red 2B- 

Vat yellow PGA, P2GA - 

Water black SR 

Wool blue CGG 

Yellow MF 4-3 - 

Yellow new MF 

All other 



530. 

530. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

438. 

489. 

519. 

271, 355. 

271. 

519. 

438, 483. 

355. 

271. 

530. 

438. 

519. 

519. 

45, 417, 483, 519. 



^ Excludes acetate rayon dyes that appear under "Dyes grouped by prototype number." 
^ Includes developed black, dlazo black, jet black, and printing black. 
' Includes brilliant blue, fast blue, navy blue, and violet blue. 

* Includes golden orange, light orange, and monocel orange. 
' Includes rubine. 

* Includes fast yellow, golden yellow, and printing yellow. 

' Does not include azoic dyes and their components that appear under "Dyes grouped by Colour Index num- 
ber" and "Dyes grouped by prototype number." 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



97 



Toners and Lakes 



TAFLE 15f^. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which United States prodiiction or sales were 
reported, identi fied hy manufacturer , 2955 

[Toners and lakes for vhich separate statistics are given in table 15A are marked below with an asterisk 
(») ; those not so marked do not appear In table 15A because the reported data are accepted In confidence 
and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shovm below are taken from table 27. An 
X signifies that the manxifacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with 
the designated product] 



Manufacturers' identification nurtbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



TONERS CR FULL-STRENGTH COLCKS 



»Black toners: 
Aniline black- 

PMA black 

PTA black 

»Blue toners: 
»Alkali blue, C 



Dianisidine blue (Naphthol AS and dianisidlne) 

Dianisidine blue (Naphthol AS-OL and dianisidine) 

Indanthrene blue GCD (C.I. 1113) 

Methylene blue (C.I. 922), PMA 

Peacock blue GG, PTA- 



Peacock blue R (c.I. 66-4), PMA- 

Peacock blue R (C.I. 664), PTA- 

•Phthalooyanine blue B, Pr. 481- 



Phthalocyanlne blue B (Pr. 481), resinated- 
Pigment blue WNL- 



»Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Rhoduline blue 60) 

(C.I. 658), PMA. 
»Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Rhoduline blue 6G) 

(C.I. 658), PTA. 

•Victoria blue B (C.I. 729), PMA 

•Victoria blue B (C.I. 729), PTA 

Victoria blue BGO, PMA- 



Victoria blue R (C.I. 728), PMA 

•Victoria pure blue B (Pr. 198), PKA- 

•Victoria pure blue B (Pr. 198), PTA- 



•Brown toners: 
B.O.N, brown- 



Naphthol brown- 
PMA brown— 



Havana brown . 

Copper brown 

Para brown 
•Green toners: 

•BrilUant green (C.I. 662), PMA- 

•Brilliant green (C.I. 662), PTA- 



Brilliant green (C.I. 662) and malachite green 

(C.I. 657). 
Brilliant green (C.I. 662) 'and thloflavine 

(C.I. 815), PMA. 
Brilliant green (C.I. 662) and thloflavine 
(C.I. 815), PTA. 

•Malachite green (C.I. 657), PMA 

•Malachite green (C.I. 657), PTA 



Peacock blue GG and thloflavine (C.I. 815), PMA— 

Permanent green — — — — __-_-__ 

Phthalocyanine green, Pr. 483- 



Phthalooyanine green (Pr. 483), resinated- 

•Pigment green B, Pr. 149 

All other ■ — — 



•Maroon toners: 

•B.O.N. Maroon (Lithol maroon) (Tobias acid and 
ton) . 
Hello Bordeaux (C.I. 84): 

Made from pigments of own manufacture' 

Made from purchased pigments _—__ 

Indanthrene maroons — — 

Lithol red 3G, manganese toner--— 

Naphthol AS-D (Pr. 306)- 



a-Naphthylamlne paroon, C.I. 82 

•Toluidine maroon (Naphthol PiS-BS and mnpt)- 
All other 



•Orange toners: 

•Benzidine orange (deb and prap)- 



•Dianisidine orange (Naphthol AS-OL and aaa 

or aaot) . 
•2,4-Dlnitroaniline orange (dna and bn) 



357. 

102, 424, 525. 

424, 525. 

323, 511, 530, 573. 

X. 

417, 580. 

417. 

5X. 

530. 

525. 

196, 345, 525, 584. 

65, 323, 345, 357, 387, 417, 438, 487, 490, 511, 

517, 519, 530, 580, X. 
323, 387, 417, 519, 580. 
519. 
102, 196, 274, 424, 462, 487, 525. 

196, 274, 424, 456, 4b2, 48b, 487, 525, 584. 

49, 102, 345, 417, 424, 456, 511. 

102, 253, 456, 511, 530. 

462. 

462. 

196, 215, 274, 328, 357, 365, 372, 424, 456, 487, 

525, 573. 
191, 196, 253, 274, 357, 372, 423, 424, 456, 486, 

487, 525, 580, 584. 

423. 

274. 

65, 424. 

49. 

511. 

423, 462, 580. 

49, 102, 201, 328, 424, 456, 487, 525. 
102, 196, 253, 274, 424, 456, 462, 487, 511, 519, 
525, 584. 

530. 

102, 215, 274, 345, 357, 424, 456, 486, 487, 511, 

525. 
102, 196, 215, 253, 274, 357, 365, 372, 424, 456, 

462, 486, 487, 525, 530, 584. 
215, 424, 456, 584. 
102, 196, 215, 253, 274, 357, 424, 456, 462, 486, 

487. 
487. 
519. 

65, 323, 357, 387, 417, 519. 
417. 

65, 208, 253, 357, 365, 417, 487, 511, 519, 530. 
456. 

208, 253, 323, 357, 417, 486, 487, 511, 580. 



196, 487. 

423. 

580. 

417. 

365, 487. 

487. 

208, 487, 511, 580. 

417. 

253, 274, 345, 417, 462, 487, 511, 530, 580, X. 
417, 487, 511, 580, 584. 

323, 357, 423, 487, 511, 530. 



98 



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TA£LE lSB."Synthetic organic chemicala: Toners and lakes for which United States production or aslea 
reported, identified by manufacturer , WJ5- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS — Continued 



•Orange toners— Continued 
Hansa orarige- 



Lithosol orange DTP 

»o-Nitroaniline orange (ona and bn)- 
Sulfanil orange- 



Vulcan fast orange GRN- 
All other — 
»Red toners: 



Bona arylamlne- 

Brilliant red N (Red lake R) 



»o-Cliloro-p-nltroaniline red (Chlorinated para 
red) (oopna and bn) , 
p-Chloronitroani line red- 



»Eosine (Bromo acid toner) (C.I. 768)- 

FMchsine (C.I. 677), PMA 

Helio fast pink RLA- 



Helio red RKTA (Pr. 112) (mtpa and bn) 

»Lithol red 20 (C.I. 166) 

»Llthol red R, C.I. 189: 
"Barium toner: 

Made from pigments of own manufacture- 



Made from purchased pigments 

•Calcium toner: 

Made from pigments of ovm manufacture— — 

Made from purchased pigments— 
•Sodium toner— 



•All other lithol red R toners- 
•Lithol rubine B (C.I. 163) 



Llthosol red CSP 

Naphthoic red C 

•Naphthol reds: 

•Naphthol AS (Pr. 302) and dca- 
•Naphthol AS (Pr. 302) and pnot 



•Naphthol AS-BS (Pr. X5) and pnoa- 



Naphthol AS-D (Pr 
Naphthol AS-D (Pr 
Naphthol AS-D (Pr 
•Naphthol AS-D (Pr 
Naphthol AS-IIH (Pr. 310) 
Naphthol AS-OL (Pr. 311)- 

Other naphthol reds 

•Para red, light, C.I. U 



306) and ona 

306) and ona plus mnpt- 

306) and mnpt- 

306) and pnot- 



•Para red, dark- 



Permanent carmine (Pr. 398) ■ 

•Permanent red 2B (Pr. 563) (ocptms and bon)- 



Permanent red FKB- 

Permanent red FKR ex — 
•Pigment rubine 3G (pcams and bon)- 
•Pyrazolone red- 



•Red lake C (C-red), C.I. 165; 
Barium toner: 

Made from pigments of own manufacture- 



Made from purchased pigments- 
Sodium toner 



All other red lake C toners 

Red lake D (C.I. 2K) 

•Rhodamine B (C.I. 7«) PMA 

•Rhodamlne B (C.I. 7^9) PTA 



•Rhodamine 6G (Rhodamine 6GDN) (Rhodamine Y) 

(C.I. 752), PMA. 
•Rhodamine 60 (Rhodamine 6GDN) (Rhodamine Y) 

(C.I. 752), PTA. 
Sulfanil red 



•Toluidine red, C.I. 69- 



Vulcan fast red B (Pr. 476)- 

Vulcan fast red BBE 

All other 



253, 580. 

417. 

208, 323, 462, 436, 487, 511. 

530. 

519. 

65, 253, 511, X. 

323. 

274, 423, 580. 

191, 208, 253, 274, 323, 345, 357, 365, 372, 423, 

462, 486, 487, 511, 534. 
345, 417, 511. 

194, 328, 345, 486, 530, 573, 584, X. 
424. 
519. 
519. 
274, 372, 487, 511. 



49, 253, 274, 323, 345, 357, 365, 372, 462, 486, 487, 

511, 530, 547, 584. 
328. 

49, 253, 323, 345, 357, 365, 372, 462, 486, 487, 511, 

530, 547, 584. 
328. 

253, 323, 372, 462, 486, 511. 
253, 323, 372, 486, 530, 584. 
208, 274, 328, 345, 357, 372, 417, 424, 462, 486, 

487, 511, 525, 580, 584. 
417. 
530, 580. 

65, 253, 274, 365, 487, 5U, 580. 

196, 253, 274, 357, 372, 417, 486, 487, 511, 530, 

580. 
208, 253, 274, 345, 357, 372, 417, 486, 487, 511, 

530, 580. 



65. 

253, 274, 345, 357, 486, 487, 511, 530, 580, X. 

345, 511, X. 

274, 417, 487, 580. 

274, 357, 417, 511, X. 

49, 208, 253, 323, 328, 357, 365, 372, 462, 486, 

487, 511, 530, 547, 580. 
49, 191, 201, 208, 253, 323, 328, 357, 365, 372, 

424, 462, 486, 487, 511, 530, 547, 580, 584. 
519, 
208, 253, 274, 328, 357, 372, 417, 424, 462, 486, 

487, 511, 519, 580, 584. 
519. 
519. 

424, 487, 519. 
208, 357, 417, 511, 580. 



49, 215, 253, 274, 323, 345, 357, 372, 424, 462, 

486, 487, 511, 530, 580, 584. 
328. 

486, 530. 

519. 

423. 

196, 253, 274, 328, 357, 424, 456, 487, 525, 573. 

49, 196, 253, 274, 345, 357, 365, 417, 424, 456, 

462, 486, 487, 511, 525, 530, 584. 
196, 253, 274, 357, 365, 372, 424, 456, 462, 487, 

525, 573, 584. 
196, 253, 274, 345, 357, 372, 417, 424, 456, 486, 

487, 525, 584. 
530. 

49, 191, 201, 208, 253, 274, 323, 357, 365, 372, 

417, 462, 486, 487, 511, 530, 547, 580, 584. 
519. 
519. 
486, 511, 519, X, X. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



99 



TABLE ISB. --Syntheti 



organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955- -Continued 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS— Continued 

•Violet toners: 

Ethyl violet (CI. 682), PMA- - 

Ethyl violet (C.I. 682), PTA- 

Indanthrene brilliant violet RR (CI. 110<l) 

•Ifcthyl violet B (C.I. 680), PMi 

«Methyl violet B (C.I. 680), PTA- 

«lfethyl violet B (C.I. 680), fugitive 

All other 

•Yellow toners: 

•Benzidine yellow (deb and aaa) 

•Benzidine yellow (deb and aaot) 

•Benzidine yellow, other 

Hansa yellows: 
•Hansa yellow G, Pr. 103 (mnpt and aaa) 

Hansa yellow 3G 

Hansa yellow 5G, Pr. 104 (ona and aaa) 

•Hansa yellow lOG, Pr. 105 (pcona and ocaaa) 

Hansa yellow 130 

Hansa yellow M 

Hansa yellow 3R, Pr. 280 

Hansa yellow 4R 

Lithol fast yellow 3GD (Llthosol fast yellow 
3GD). 

Lithol yellow G (Uthosol yellow G) 

Vulcan fast yellow G (Pr. 478) 

Vulcan fast yellow CS. (Pr. 479) 

Other hansa yellows 

All other 

REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS 

Black toners, reduced: 

•Basic black 

Induline spirit soluble (C.I. 860) 

•Blue toners, reduced: 

Alkali blue, C.I. 704 

Indanthrene blue GCD (C.I. 1113) 

Indanthrene blue RS (C.I. 1106) 

Indigo blue 

Methylene blue (C.I. 922) 

•Peacock blue R (C.I. 664), PMA 

•Peacock blue R (C.I. 664), PTA 

•Phthalocyanine blue B, Pr. 481 

•Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Rhoduline blue 6G) 

(C.I. 658), PMA. 
•Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Rhoduline blue 6G) 
(C.I. 658), PTA. 
Setoglaucine (Peacock blue G) (Roduline blue 6G) 
(C.I. 658), fugitive 

Victoria blue B (C.I. 729), PMA- 

Victoria blue B (C.I. 729), PTA 

Victoria blue B (C.I. 729), fugitive 

Victoria blue H (C.I. 728), PMA 

Victoria blue R (C.I. 728), PTA 

Victoria pure blue B (Pr. 198), PMA 

Victoria pure blueB (Pr. 198), PTA 

Victoria pure blue B (Pr. 198), fugitive 

All other 

•Brown toners, reduced: 

Bismarck brown G (C.I. 331), fugitive 

Bismarck brown R (C.I. 332), PMA 

Bismarck brown R (C.I. 332), fugitive 

Indanthrene brown RY 

Para brown 

•Green toners, reduced: 

Benzidine yellow and iron blue 

•Brilliant green (C.I. 662), PMA- — -. 

•Brilliant green (C.I. 662), PTA 

Brilliant green (C.I. 662) and auramine 

(C.I. 655), PMA. 
Brilliant green (C.I. 662) and benzidine yellow-— 
•Brilliant green (C.I. 662) and thioflavine 
(C.I. 815), PMA. 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



456. 
456. 
417. 
49, 102, 191, 196, 215, 253, 274, 323, 328, 345, 357, 

365, 372, 424, 456, 462, 487, 511, 525, 530, 547, 

573, 584. 
196, 253, 274, 345, 357, 372, 417, 424, 456, 486, 487, 

511, 580, 584. 
102, 215, 274, 33, 328, 345, 372, 424, 438, 456, 462, 

487, 530, 573, 584. 
345, 530, 557, X. 

49, 191, 196, 253, 274, 323, 328, 345, 357, 372, 417, 
423, 462, 486, 487, 511, 530, 573, 580, 584, X. 

196, 253, 274, 323, 345, 357, 372, 417, 423, 487, 511, 
530, 580, 584, X. 

357, 487, 511, X. 

191, 208, 253, 274, 323, 345, 357, 365, 372, 417, 423, 

462, 486, 487, 490, 511, 530, 547, 580, 584. 
49, 372. 

208, 274, 365, 372, 423, 487. 

49, 208, 253, 274, 372, 423, 487, 511, 530, 580. 
365, 580. 
511. 

372, 511, 519. 
423. 
417. 



519. 
519. 
519. 
65. 



196, 424, 456. 
357. 

372, 424. 

487. 

417. 

519. 

196, 424, 456. 

196, 372, 456, 525. 

487, 525. 

65, 102, 196, 323, 357, 372, 387, 417, 424, 456, 487, 

511, 530, 580. 
196, 424, 456, 487, 525, 573. 

424, 456, 487, 584. 



424, 


456, 


525. 






357, 


456. 








196, 


424 


456. 






487. 










487. 










372, 


417, 


424. 


456, 487, 


573 


372, 


424 


456. 






196. 










196. 










456. 










424. 










253, 


274, 


357, 


424. 




456. 










196. 










487. 
196, 


417, 


424, 


456, 487, 


573 


191, 


456, 


573. 






102, 


456. 









345, 417, 424, 487. 

102, 196, 357, 417, 424, 456. 



100 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABi 15B.- -Synthetic organic chemicaU: Toners md lakes for which United States prodJction or aalea were 
reported, identified by mrnnif^cturer, 7955--Continue<i 



REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS — Continued 

•Green toners, reduced-continued 

♦Brilliant green (C.I. 662) and thloflavlne (C.I. 
815), PTA. 

Malachite green (C.I. 657), PMA. 

Malachite green (C.I. 657), PTA 

Malachite green (C.I. 657), fugitive- 



Malachite green (C.I. 657) and thloflavlne 

(C.I. 815), PMA. 
Malachite green (C.I. 657) and thloflavlne (C.I. 

815), PTA 
Phthalocyanlne blue B, Pr. 481, and benzidine 

yellow. 
•Phthalocyanlne green, Pr. 483- 



•Phthalocyantne green (Pr. 483), resinated- 
•Pigment green B, Pr. 149 

Shamrock greon-^ — — — ■ 

All other- 



Maroon toners, reduced: 

B.O.N. Maroon (Tobias acid and bon) 

Naphthol AS-OL maroon (Pr. 311) and ooona- 

a-Naphthylamine maroon, C.I. 82 

•Orange toners, reduced: 
Benzidine orange- 



Dlanisidine orange (Naphthol AS-OL and 

dianisidine) . 
2,4-Dlnitroaniline orange (dna and bn)- 

o-Nltroaniline orange (ana and bn) 

All other 



•Red toners, reduced: 
Alizarin red 



Bona qry"' »"''''^ ft 

o-Chloro-p-nltroaDlline red (Chlorinated para 
red) (ocpna and bn) . 

Eosine (Bromo acid toner) (C.I. 768) 

Fuohsine (Magenta) (C.I. 677), fugitive 

Lithol red 2G (C.I. 166) 

•Llthol red R, C.I. 189: 

Barium toner — — — ■ " ' ■ — — — 



Calcium toner- 
Sodium toner- 



•Llthol rubine B (C.I. 163) 

•Naphthol reds: 

Naphthol AS (Pr. 302) and pnot- 
Naphthol AS (Pr. 302) and dca- 



•Naphthol AS-BS (Pr. 305) and pnoa 

Naphthol AS-BS and mnpt 

Naphthol AS-D (Pr. 306) and ona plus mnpt- 
Naphthol AS-D (Pr. 306) and ona- 



Naphthol AS-D (Pr. 306) and ranpt 

Naphthol AS-D (Pr. 306) and pnot 

Other naphthol reds 

Para red, light, C.I. 44- 

•Para red, dark' 

•Permanent red 2B (Pr. 563) (ooptms and bon)- 



Plgment rubine 3G (poams and bon)- 
Pyrazolone red— — ' 

•Red lake C (C-red), C.I. 165: 

Barium toner ■ 

Sodium toner- 



749), PMA- 
749), PTA- 



Manuf acturors ' Identlfloatlan numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



•Rhodamine B (C.I. 
•Rhodamlne B (c.I, 
•Rhodamine B (C.I. 749), fugitive^ 

Rhodamine B (C.I. 749) and auramine (C.I. 655), 
PMA. 

Rhodamine B (C.I, 749) and rhodamine 6G (C.I. 
752), PMA. 

•Rhodamine 6G (Rhodamine Y) (C.I. 752), PMA 

•Rhodamine 60 (Rhodamine Y) (C.I. 752), PTA 

Rhodamine 6G (Rhodamine Y) (C.I. 752), fugitive — 
•Toluldine red, C.I. 69 — 

Vat pink (C.I. 1211) 

All other 

•Violet toners, reduced: 

•Ethyl violet (C.I. 682), PMA 

Ethyl violet (C.I. 682), PTA 

Formyl violet 



196, 357, 365, 424, 456. 

372, 424, 456. 

253, 525. 

424. 

424, 456, 487. 

253, 456. 

487. 

196, 323, 357, 387, 417, 

65, 102, 191, 372. 

65, 102, 417, 456, 519. 

365, 511. 

487. 

253, 424. 

65. 

357. 



Indaiithrene brilliant violet RR (C.I. 1104)- 
Indanthrene red violet RH (C.I. 1212) 

•Methyl violet B (C.I. 680), PMA 

Methyl violet B (c.I. 680), PTA 

•Methyl violet B (C.I. 680), fugitive 



456, 487. 








417. 








196, 253, 456. 








191, 424, 487, 


511. 






65. 








456. 








323. 








253, 323, 456. 








194, 274, 365, 


424, 487. 






365, 424. 








372. 








102, 253, 357, 


424, 456, 


486, 


511. 


456, 486. 








456, 








253, 274, 357, 


424, 456, 


487, 


584. 


357, 417, 487, 


530. 






65, 365, 456. 








357, 372, 417, 


511, 530. 






365. 








65. 








65. 








65. 








424, 530. 








65, 456. 








253, 456, 487. 








102, 191, 196, 


253, 357, 


365, 


424, 487 


102, 191, 196, 


253, 274, 


357, 


365, 372 


486, 4S7, 511, 584. 






357, 456. 








511. 









417, 424, 



194, 274, 486, 511, 

530. 

196, 424, 456, 573. 

253, 357, 372, 417, 456. 

102, 365, 424, 456. 

345. 

345, 424, 456. 

196, 345, 417, 424, 456, 573, 

65, 357, 365, 417, 424, 456, 487, 584, 

424. 

102, 191, 253, 315, 323, 417, 424, 456, 487, 511. 

196, 253, 274, 424, 456. 

372, 486, 

417, 456, 487, 573. 

417. 

456. 

417. 

65. 

253, 365, 372, 417, 424, 456, 487, 573, 

423, 424, 456. 

102, 196, 253, 345, 357, 423, 424, 456, 525, 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



101 



TAnf ISB. --Synthetic organic cheaicala: Toners and iakea for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS— Continued 



Yellow toners, reduced: 

Auramine (C.I, 655), PMA- 



Auramine (C.I. 655), fugitive- 
Benzidine yellow (deb and aaa) — 
Benzidine yellow (deb and aaot)- 
Benzidine yellow, other- 
•Hansa yellows: 



Hansa yellow G, Pr. 103 (innpt and aaa) 

Hansa yellow 5G, Pr. 10^ (ona and aaa) 

Hansa yellow lOG, Pr. 105 (pcona and ocaaa)- 

Lithol fast yellow 3GD 

Other hansa yellows 



LAKES OR LAKED COLORS 



«Black lakes: 

Carbon black 

Logwood black (C.I. 

True black 

All other 
•Blue lakes: 



1253). 



Brilliant blue FCF 

•Brilliant wool blue FFR (Pr. 40)- 
Methylene blue- 



Patent blue (C.I. 671) 

•Peacock blue, fugitive (Patent blue) (C.I. 671) 



Phthalocyanine blue, sulfonated- 

Turquoise blue (C.I. 661) 

Victoria blue B 

All other 

Brown lakes 

•Green lakes: 



•Acid green B (C.I. 669)- 
Brilliant green 
Emerald green———— 
Green lake C.P.S 



Malachite green (C.I. 657) and fast light yellow 

(C.I. 636). 
Naphthol yellow S (C.I. 10) and brilliant green 

(C.I. 662). 
Naphthol yellow S (C.I. 10) and peacock blue 

(C.I. 671). 

Pigment ' green B, Pr. 1A9 

Shamrock green 

All other 



•Maroon lakes: 

Alizarin maroon (C.I. 1041)- 

Amaranth (C.I. 184) 

Azo Bordeaux (C.I. 



Hypemic (C.I. 1243)- 
All other 



•Orange lakes: 

Acid orange R (C.I. 161) 

Naphthol AS-OL (Pr. 311) 

•Persian orange (Acid orange Y) (Orange II) 
(C.I, 151). 
All other 
•Red lakes: 



•Alizarin red B (C.I, 1027)- 



Azo rubine 

Carmine (C.I. 1239)- 



Croceln scarlet 3BX (Cochineal lake) (C.I. 183)- 

•Helio fast rubine 4BL (Pr. 406) 

Lithol rubine B (C.I. 163) 

Phloxlne (C.I. 774) 

Pigment scarlet- 



•Pigment scarlet 3B (C.I. 216)- 

Polar red (C.I. 430) 

Rhodamine (C.I. 799). 
Rhodamine 6G (C.I. 752) 

•Scarlet 2R (C.I. 79) 



All other- 



•Violet lakes: 

•Acid violet (C.I. 698). 

Alizarin purple 
•Methyl violet 

Purple lake R— — — — 

All other 



456. 

196, 456. 

345, 417, 511, 584. 

323, 417, 456, 487, 511, 530, 580. 

511. 

323, 357, 417, 456, 487, 573. 

365, 487. 

196, 417, 456. 

417. 

65. 



65, 315. 




253, 315, 


444, 573, 


423. 




315. 




253. 




65, 315, 


444, 


365, 584. 




424. 




49, 194, 


215, 253, 315, 328, 345, 357, 365, 424. 456 


462, 487, 525, 530, 584, X. 


387, 444. 




525, 




365, 




315, 525, 


X, 


65, 444, 




274, 424, 


444, 525. 


525, 




365, 487, 




201, 


' 


315. 




253. 




487. 




511. 




511. 




486. 




580, 




253, 511, 




191, 365, 


424, 456, 487, 511, 547. 


487, 




315, 444, 




487, 525, 




49, 




194, 196, 


253, 274, 315, 328, 345. 357. 365. 44^. 


456, 487, 525, 530, 580, 584, 


201, 417, 





102, 196, 253, 274, 357, 417, 423, 487, 511, 547, 

580. 
424. 

149, 253. 
253. 

191, 208, 345, 357, 372, 417, 424, 487, 511. 
511. 
462. 
201. 

196, 253, 274, 357, 372, 417, 423, 424. 
456. 
345. 
487. 
102, 253, 274, 315, 357, 365, 417, 424, 444, 487, 

511. 
191, 201, 208, 444, 525. 

315, 372, 424. 

423. 

315, 444, 487, 530, 

365, 

372. 



102 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE ISB.-- Synthetic organic chemicela: Toners end lakes for which United States production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer , M55- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to li'st in table 27) 



LAKES OR LiKED COLORS— Continued 



Yellow lakes: 
»Fast light rellow (C.I. 636)- 
Hansa yellow G- 



Naphthol yellow S (C.I. 10) 

Quercitron (Flavlne) (C.I. 1251)- 

Qulnollne yellow (C.I. 801) 

»Tartrazine (C.I. 640) 



Thioflavine- 
All other 



253, 345, 357, 372, 525. 

511. 

253, 525. 

4S7. 

253, 328, 345, 487, 525. 

49, 196, 253, 274, 328, 345, 365, 487, 525, 530, 

580. 
487. 
487. 



Note.— Intermediates used in the manufacture of certain colors are abbreviated as follows: 



aaot- 
bn — 
bon^ 
dca — 
deb— 



mtps- 



ocptms- 
ona 



pnoa- 
pnot- 



— acetoacetanllide 

— -aoetoacet-ortho-toluidide 

— ^beta-naphthol 

— beta-oxynaphthoic acid 

— dichloroanlline 

— diohlorobenzidine 

— dinitroanillne 

— meta-nitro-para-toluidine 

— meta-toluidine;^ara-eulfonio acid 

— ortho-chloroacetoacetanlllde 

— ortho-chloroaniline 



-Kjrtho-chloro-para-nitroaniline 

— ortho-chloro^ara-toluidine-meta-sulfonic acid 

— ortho-nitroanlline 

-^ara-chloroaniline-Hneta-eulfcinic acid 

-^)ara-chloro-ortho-nltroaniline 

-para-nitro-ortho-anisidine 

-para-«itro-artho-toluldlne 

-phenylmethylpyrazolone 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



103 



Medicinals 



TA3<£ nB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Kedicinala for Wi/c/i United State* production or aalea were reported, 

identified by aaruf^turer, 1955 

[ IfedloiualB for wbich separate statlfltica are given in table 17A are marked below with an asterisk («); 
■edlclnals not so aarked do not a^ipear In table 17A because the reported data are accepted in oomfldenoe 
and may not be publiabed. Manufacturers' Identification numbers shown below are taken frcm table 27. An X 
signifies that the namifaoturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the 
designated product ] 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



UEDICIKAI^, CYCLIC 
Benzenoid 

3-Aceta3ri.do-2,4,6-trilodobenzoic acid and sodium 

salt. 
Acetarsane (H- Acetyl -4-hydroxy-m-arsanillc acid) 
( StovarBOl) . 

Acetylglycol salicylate 

Acetylsallcylcholine hydrochloride 

•Acetylsallcylic acid (iapirin) 

Adrenaline (Epinephrine) 

•Amino acids : 

3,5-DllodotyT08ine 

d-Phenylalanlne 

dl-Phenylalanlne 

1-Phenylalanlne 

dl-T5Toaine 

l-lirosine ^ 

2-Anino-4-arsenosophenDl (Ifapharsen) hydrochloride-- 
»itmlDobenzolc acids, derivatives, and salts: 

o-AmioobenEolc ( Anthranllic ) acid, cadmium salt — 
m-Aminobenzoic acid derivatives: 2-lBobutylaminD- 
ethyl m-amlnobenzoate (Unacalne). 

p-Aiiinobeiizoic ajcid 

«p-Aminobenaoic acid derivatives: 

2-Anylanilnoethyl p-amlnobenzoate (Amylsine) 

*Benzooaine (Ethyl p-aminobenzoate ) 

Butacalne (3-Di-n-butyLamlnDpropyl p-amlno- 
benzoate) base. 

Butacalne sulfate 

Butesin (n-Butyl p-amlnobenzoate) 

Butesln picrate (Di(n-butyl p-amlnobenzoate) - 

trinitrophenol) . 
2-DiethylamlnDethyl 4-amlno-2-propoxybenzoate 

(Havocaine) hydrochloride. 
2-M.ethylaiiiinoethyl 2-butoxy-3-aminobenzoat9 
(Priaacaine) hydrochloride. 

Isobutyl p-aminobenzoate (Cyoloform) 

2-lBObutylaiiilnoethyl p-aminobenzoate (IfcjnDcalne) 
•Procaine base and salts: 

Procaine base (2-DiethylaminDethyl p-amlno- 
benzoate) (Novacalne base). 

Procaine borate-——— . . 

Procaine hydrochloride 

J>rocaine isobutyrate 

Propyl p-ajKinobenzoate 

Tetracaine (2-Dijiethy1 nminoethyl p-butylamino- 
benzoate) base. 

Tetracaine hydrochloride 

«p-Amlnobenzoio acid salts: 

Calcium p-aminobenzoate 

•Potassium p-aminobenzoate 

•Sodium p-aminobenzoate 

p-Aminohippurlc acid 

^Amino-2-inethyl-l-naphtliol hydrochloride 
(Synkamln) . 

*i-AmlnoaallcyUo acid 

•4- Ami noealicylic acid salts: 

Calcium 4-aminDeallcylate 

Potassium 'i-amiroBalicylate 

Sodium 4-amlnDsalicylate 

aec-An^rltrlcreaol -, 

Anisoin (<i,<V'-DiiBethcaybenzoin) 

1,8,9-Anthratriol (Anthralin)— — — 

3-Amino-2,<i,6-triiodophenyl-2-etl5rlpropionic acid 

Antihistamines : 

2-(Benzhydrylaxy)-N,N-diinethylethylamine hydro- 
chloride . 
N,N-niiiiBthyl-2-(a -phenyl -o-tolo3!y)ethylamine 

d1 hydrogen citrate. 
p-Chlorobenzhydryl-m-methylben^ldlethylenediamlne 
(Ifeclizine) dlhydrochloride . 



327. 
595. 
276, 
226, 

257, 
126, 
355, 
126, 
355, 
100, 
226. 

620. 
388. 

388 
310 
454, 

61, 
327, 
454. 

416. 

388. 

58, 

310, 



355, 428, 542, 606. 
266, 332, 384, 394, 416. 

520. 
520. 

416, 520. 
520, X. 
520. 
265, 520. 



437, 459, 521. 
327, 416, 437, 454, 521. 



454. 
454. 



327. 
388. 



58, 416, 437, 454, 459. 

58. 

58, 153, 360, 416, 437, 454, 459. 

459. 

327. 

327, 416. 

327. 

459. 

58, 94, 306, 437, 459, 521. 

58, 94, 306, 437, 438, 459, 521. 

438. 

226. 



226, 


332, 


530 


332, 


530. 




332, 


459. 




226, 


332, 


530 


266. 






245, 


287 




454. 






416. 






226. 






435. 






553. 







104 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 17B.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals For which United States production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1955- -Continued 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC — Continued 

Bcnieno id- -Continued 

Antihls tamlnes — Continued 

Methylaminoetlioxyethyl 1-phenylcyolopentane- 

carboxylate (Carbetapentone) citrate. 
2- ( 1 , 2 , 3 , "i-Tetrahydronaphthyl ) -2-imidazollne 
(Tetrahydrozallne) hydrochloride. 

Benzaldehyde 

Benzoic acid 

Benzoic acid salts: Lithium benzoate 

N-Benzyl-p-ohloroproplonamlde (Hlblcon) 

p-Benzylphenyl carbamate (Wphenaii) 

Beb;^l sucoliate 

3,'i-Blfl(p-hydroxyphenyl) -2,3-hexadlene diacetate 

♦Blemith subgallate 

•Blsmith subsalicylate 

N, N '-Bis(3-nltrobenzenesulfonyl)ethylenedlainliie 

BlsC-i-nltrophenyl) disulfide— — ~ 

o-Bromolsovaleryl-p-phenetidliie 

tert-Butylcresol 

Calcium creosote 

Carbarsone {p-Carbamidobenzenearscmlc acid) 

Carbobenzcay chloride 

Chloramlne T (Sodium p-toluenesulfonohloramlde) 

Chloramercurl-'»-nitro-o-cresol 

Chloros alley lanlllde 

Chlorothymol 

-;-Chloro-3,5-xylenol (3,5-Dlmethyl-'4-ohlorophenol)-- 

m-Cresyl acetate (Cresatln) 

p-(Cyclohexyloxy)benzolc acid 

Desozyanlsoln 

3,5-Dlacetajiiido 2,A,6-trllodo benzoic acid, sodium 
salt. 

Dlalumlnum acetyl-o-eallcylate 

p,p'-Dlamlnodlphenylsulfone-N, N'-dl(dextroee sodium 
sulfonate). 

2,5-Dlaminotoluene sulfate 

a-DlethylamlnD-2,6-acetoxylldlne 

3-DlethylaminD-2,2-dimethyl propanol acid ester, 
phosphate salt. 

Diethylamino p-ethoiy benzoate 

2-Dlethylamlnoethyl dlphenylaoetate hydrochloride— - 
£-Dlethylamlnoethyl dlphenylthloacetate hydro- 
chloride. 
N-Diethylaminoethyl Isoamyl phenyl glyolnate 
dlhydrochlorlde . 

p,p'-Cl,2-Dlethylethylene)dlphenDl (Hexestrol) 

p,p'-(l,2-Diethylethylene)diphenol (Hexestrol) 

dlpropionate . 
a,a'-Diethyl-4,'i' -atilbenediol (Diethylstilbestrol)- 

a,a'-Diethyl-4,4'-stilberediol diphosphate 

a,a'-Diethyl-4,^'-stilb9nediol dlpropionate 

3 ',4.-Dlhydroxy-2-methylamiiioacetophenone 

(Adrenalone) hydrochloride. 
3,<i-DlhydroxynDrephedrliie (3,<i-Dlhydro3£yphenyl- 

propanolamine ) hydrochloride . 
p-(3,5-Diiodo-4-liydrcocyphenyl)-a-hydratropic acid--- 
«6-DlmethylaminD-4,4-dlphenyl-3-heptancme hydro- 
chloride (Dolophine) (lifcthadone). 

Y-DimethylamlnD-a,a-dipheiylvaleramlde 

g-Dlmethylamlnoethyl (1-hydroxycyclopentyl) phenyl 
acetate (Cyclopentolate) hydrochloride. 

Dlmethyl-3-hydroxyphenylammonlum chloride 

N,o- Dime thy Iphene thy lamlne (Desoxyephedrine) base--' 

N,P-Dlinethylphenethylamlne 

•d-N/i -Dlmethylphenethylamlne hydrochloride 

N,a-Dlmethylphenethy lamlne hydrochloride 

Dime thyl-p-tolul dine 

Diphenylacetlc acid 

Wphenylacetyldiethylamlnoethanol citrate 

Dlphenylaoetyldie thylamlnoethanol hydrochloride 

3,5-Diproplonamido-2,A,6-trilodobenzoic acid and 
sodium salt. 

p-(Di-N-propylBulfamyl)benzolc acid (Benemld) 

Dlthlosallcylic acid 

»Dyes, medicinal: 

Aoriflavine (3,6-Dlamlno-lO-methylacridlne 

chloride ) . 
2,'»-Diamliio-A'-ethDxyazobenzene hydrochloride 

(Serenlum) . 
Gentian violet 



ManufacturerB ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



553. 

366. 

276. 

305. 

530. 

U6. 

U6, -459. 

X. 

306, 382, 553, 558, 620. 

306, 5A2, 558, 620. 

SA. 

530. 

521. 

327. 

620. 

94, 245, 264. 

264. 

276. 

454. 

521. 

558,598. 

521. 

558. 

245. 

287. 

416. 

454. 
226. 

451. 
112. 
482. 

327. 
521. 
602. 



448. 
448. 

245, 287. 
X. 

287. 
416. 

416. 

329, 433. 
245, 558, 620. 

435. 
85. 

482. 

332, 409. 

318. 

332, 409, 454, 521. 

332, 409, 521. 

94. 

459. 

327. 

216, 521. 

620. 

264, 558. 
245. 

438. 

253. 

438. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



105 



TABLE 17B. — Synthetic organic chemicala: Medicinala for which United Statea proddctic 
identified by manufacturer, /955--Contlnued 



) or aalea #ere reported. 



UEBICINAIS, CrCUC— Ccmtlnied 

Be nzeno id "Continued 

»Dyes, medicinal — Continued 

Jferbromln (Dlbramohydroxymerourlfluorescein, 
sodium salt) . 

Methylene blue 

Methyl violet - — 

Proflavine (3,6-Diaminoaoridlne sulfate) 

Scarlet red (Phenol red) 

Trypan blue 

All other - - — 

1-Ephedrine (a -(1-Uethylamlnoethyl) benzyl alcohol) 

Ephedrine, raoemlc 

N-Ethyl-3 , 3 ' -diphenyldipropylamlne 

N-Ethyl-3,3'-diphenyldlpropyla}iine citrate 

N-Ethyl-3 , 3 ' -diphenyldipropylaioine hydrochloride — 

Ethylene glycol salicylate 

N-Ethylephedrine hydrochloride 

Ethyl (iodophenyl)hendecanoate (Pantopaque) 

a-Ethyl-a-phenylglutarlmide (Doriden) 

Ethyl salicylate carbonate 

Ethyl vanillate 

Gallic acid 

Gentislo acid (2,5-Dlhydroxybenzoio acid) and 
derivatives : 

Gentisic acid 

Qentisic acid, sodium salt 

N-2-Hydroxyethylgentisamide (Gentisic acid amide 
of ethanolamine ) . 

Gualacol, liquid and crystalline 

Hexylresorcinol . 

Hydroquinone n-aayl ether (Amol) 

p-Hydroxyaoetanilide 

m-Hydroxybenzaldehyde 

p-Hydroxybenzoic acid esters: 

Benzyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

n-Butyl p-hydroxybenzoate (Butoben) 

Ethyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

"Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

•Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

P -Hydroxy-p - ( 2, 5-dimethoxyphenyl ) isopropylanine 

hydrochloride (Methoxamine) . 
o- [3- (Hydroxymercuri ) -2- (methoxyethoxy )propyl- 

carbamoyl] phenoxyacetic acid (Merethoxylline) . 
Hydroxymerouri-A-nitro-o-cresol anhydride (ifctaphen) 

^-Hydroxy-3-nitrobenzeuearsonic acid 

p-(<»-Hydroxyphenyl)-a-phenylpropionlc acid (^-(4- 
Hydroxyphenyl)hydratrcipic acid). 

p-Hydroxypropiophenone (Hydrophen) 

o-Iodobenzoic acid 

»a-(Isopropylaminoinethyl)protooateohuyl alcohol 

(Aleudrine) . 
"g- ( Isopropylsmi nnmpthyl )protocateehuyl sulfate — 

Mandelic acid (Phenylglycolic acid) 

Mandelic acid derivatives: 

Ammonium mandelate 

Calcium mandelate 

N-2-Hydroxyethylmandelaiiiide 

o-Methoxy-N,a-dimethylphenethylamine (l-(o- 
Methoxyphenyl)-2-methylaminopropane) hydro- 
chloride. 
3-(o-Methoxyphenoxy)-l,2-propanediol (Glyceryl 
guaiacyl ether) . 

Uethylenebis [octylcresol] 

N-2- ( 3 ,'i-Methyl9nedioxyphenyliscrpropyl) arterenol 
hydrochloride. 
«a-Methylphenethylamine (Aii?)hetamlne) (Benzedrine) 
base. 

d-a -Methylphenethylamine base 

«o -Methy Iphenethy lamlne salts: 

a -Methylphenethylamine hydrochloride 

a -Methylphenethylamine phosphate 

a -Methylphenethylamine sulfate 

d-a -Methylphenethylamine salts: 

d-a -Methylphenethylamine hydrochloride 

d-a-Methylphenethylamine phosphate 

•d-o -Methylphenethylamine sulfate 

2-Methylphenyl a-glyceryl ether 

2-Naphthol (P-Naphthol) — 

»2-N^>hthyl benzoate 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



08, 530. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

438. 

558. 

558. 

287. 

287, 327. 

287. 

327, 521. 

318. 

451. 

216. 

327. 

344. 

620. 



327. 

327, 521. 
327. 

276, 366. 
360, 409, 558. 
558. 

332, 521. 
438. 

366. 

94, 327, 366. 

94, 327, 366. 

327, 366, 521. 

94, 327, 366, 521. 

146. 

245. 

454. 
84, 521. 

327. 

332. 
264. 
245, 287, 437. 

454. 
620. 

264. 
620. 
245. 
332. 



94, 327, 521. 

595. 
491. 

310, 

409. 

332, 
332, 
332, 

332, 
332, 
332, 
454. 
595. 
463, 



332, 409, 412, 429, 521. 



409, 521. 
409, 521. 
409, 412, 521. 

409. 
409. 
409, 412, 521. 



558, 595. 



106 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TMU m.-Synthmtie orgmiic chemlcala: Kedicinala for which United Statea production or aalaa were reportad. 
identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



MBDICINAI^, CrCLIC— Contlmiad 



Benz t no id- -Continued 



Heoatlgalne bmnrlde 

NeoBtlgndne aethyl sulfate 

Neoaynephrlne (Rienyleplirliie) hydrochloride 

p-NltrobenaenearBanlc acid 

-i-(2-Nltroprcipenyl)veratrole (l-CSj-UDlmethoxy- 
phenyl) -2-nitroprcipene-l) . 

norephedrine (Propadrlne) hydrochloride 

Octylcresol 

Octylreaorcliiol 

Paredrlne (p-Bydraxy-a-nethylphenethylflnine) hydro- 

broalde. 
Phenacalne [(Dl-p-ethoxyphenyl)acetainidine] hydro- 
chloride . 

Phenacetin (Acetqphenetidin) 

[ Y -Phenenyltrls ( oxyethylene ) ] trls [trlethylanmonlun 
iodide]. 

Phenolphthalein 

Phenolsulf onlc acid salts : 

ft ^^^lll^r»^ll phenolffulfonate 

jnBDonlujD phenolffulfonate 

Calcium pheoalsulfonate 

Copper phenolsulfonate ; 

»Sodium phenolsulfonate 

Zinc phenolsulfonate 

2-Phenyl-l,3-indandione (Danilone) 

•Phenyl laercuric derivatives: 

o-Chloroncrcuriphenol (o-Hydroxyphenylmercuric 
chloride ) . 

PheEylmercuric acetate 

Phenyljnercuric benzoate 

Phenylmercuric borate 

Phenylmercuric chloride 

Pheiylmerourio nitrate 

Phenylpropylmethylamine hydrochloride 

'l-PheT^lseinicarbazide hydrochloride 

p-Phenyls\ilfonllylpropiophenone 

Phthalazone 

Procaiie amide hydrochloride 

Pyrogallic acid 

Hesorclnol monoacetate 

•Salicylamide 

•Salicylic acid 

•Salicylic acid salts: 

•Annnonlum salicylate 

Bismuth salicylate 

•Calclujii salicylate 

Lithium salicylate 

Magnesium salicylate 

Mercuric salicylate 

Potassium salicylate 

•Sodium salicylate 

Strontium salicylate 

Salicyl salicylate (Salysal) 

Salol (Phenyl salicylate) 

Silver plcrate 

Sodium antimony III biscateohol-2,A-dlsulfonate 
(Fouadin). 

Sodium benzyl succinate 

Sodium ethylmercurithlosalicylate 

Sodium o-lodohlppurate dihydrate (Hlppuran) 

Sodium methylenesulfonaninDhydroxyphenyl arsonate 
(Aldarsone). 

Stllbamine glucoside (Neostam) 

•Sulfa drugs: 

N-'--Aeetyl-3,4-dlinettg-l-5-Bulf nni 1 ami do isoiazole- 

Benzoylsulfanilamide 

Benzoylsulfanllamlde, sodium salt ■ 

p-Benzylaminobenzenesulfonamide 

3,A-Dimethyl-5-sulfaiillamidolscixazole 

2-Jfcthyl-l,3,^,5-sulfanilamidothladlazole 

Neoprontosil "S" 

Nisulfazole 

p-(p-Nitropheiiylsulfonamldo)acetanllide 
(N*-Acetyl->r-(A-nltrophenyl)sulfanlli 
N*-Phthalylsulfaacetamlde- 
Phthaly Isulf athiazole 



Uanuf acturers ' Idestlflcatlon mmbers 
(according to Hat in tahle ZT) 



) sulfanilamide ) 



268, 409, 521. 




2U, 268, A09. 




416, 437, 521, 


595. 


84. 




245. 




327, 521, 558. 




595. 




595. 




412. 




61, 416, 437. 




276, 355. 




530. 




276. 




620. 




84, 521, 550. 




521, 620. 




620. 




84, 321, 550, 


620. 


521, 620. 




287, 437. 




146, 153, 266. 




172. 




153, 172. 




153, 172. 




153, 172. 




153, 172. 




327. 




94. 




482. 




438. 




344. 




620. 




429, 451, 521, 


595. 


157, 276, 366, 


521, 550 


276, 355, 366, 


462. 


306, 521, 620. 




620. 




355, 366, 521, 


620. 


305, 521. 




620. 




620. 




306, 521. 




276, 355, 366. 




355, 366, 521, 


620. 


521. 




355. 




94, 441. 




416. 




459. 




245, 268, 448 




620. 




454. 




146. 




482. 




530. 




530. 




416. 




482. 




530. 




416. 




416. 




84. 




94, 433, 459, 


530. 


329. 





SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



107 



TABS, ITB.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: tedicinala forwhich United States protiiction or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 195J- -Continued 



IfaEUfaoturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC- -Continued 

Benz«no tt/--Continued 

•Sulfa drugs — Contlmied 

Prontosll soluble {Dlsodium 4-sulfajiilnophei^l- 
2-azo-7-acetyl.ajiilno-l-l5ydroxynaphthalene- 
3,6-disulfonate). 

Sulfadiazine 

Sulfadiazine, sodium salt 

Sulfaguanidlne 

Sulfallantoln 

Sulfamerazlne {2-Sulfanilaiiiide-A-metliyl- 
pyrimidine). 

Sulfamerazlne, sodium salt 

Sulfamethazine { Sulf adlmethyldlazine ) 

Sulfametliazine, sodium salt 

Sulfanilamide (p-Aminobenzenesulfonamlde) 

N-Sulfanilylacetamide (Sulfaacetamide) 

N-Sulfanilylaoetamlde, sodium salt 

Sulfapyrldlne 

Sulfapyrldine, sodium salt 

Sulfaquinoxaline 

Sulfasuxidine (Succinjrlsulfathiazole) 

Sulfathalldine -- 

Sulfathiazole 

Sulfathlazole, sodium salt 

[Sulfonylbls(p-phenylenimlno)] dimethanesulftnlo 
acid, dlsodium salt (Wasone). 

Tannin albuminate (Tannalbin) 

Thiophenol 

Thiosallcylio acid 

Thymol 

Thymol iodide 

»3-o-Tola}£y-l,2-propanedlol (o-Cresyl a-glyoeryl 

ether). 
3-o-Toloxy-l,2-propanediol-l-carbamate hemihydrate 
Vitamins : 

»K (Menadione) (2-lfethyl-l,'i-nflphthoqulnone) 

K (Menadione), sodium bisulfite 

K (2-Msthyl-l, A-naphthcKHiinone-diphosphDric 
ester tetrasodium salt) . 

Ki (2-lfethyl-3-phytyl-l,";-naplithoqulnone) 

Zinc sulfanllate (Nizin) 

Alicyclic and Heterocyclic 

5-Aoetamido-l,3,'»-thlodlazole-2-sulfonamide 

Adenine base 

Adenine hydrochloride 

Adenine sulfate 

Adenosine 

Adenosinedlphosphoric acid 

Adenosinedlphosphoric acid, barium salt 

Adenosine-S-phosphoric acid 

Adenos 1 nctriphosphoric acid 

AdenoEinetriphosphoric acid, salt 

Adenylic acid 

Adenylic acid, isomers A and B 

»AlkaloidB and related products: 

Arecoline (Methyl 1,2,5,6-tetrahydromethyl- 
nlcotlnate) hydrobromlde . 

Atropine 

Atropine amineoxlde hydrochloride 

Berberlne hydrochloride 

Brucine 

Colchicine 

Digitalis glucosldes: 

Digifolin 

Digltalin— - - 

Dlgltonin 

Digl toxin 

Dlgaxln — 

Gitalin - - 

Ergotamine tartrate 

Ethylmorphine hydrochloride 

Eucatroplne hydrochloride 

Homatropine 

Honatropine hydrobromlde 

•Homatropine methyl bromide 

Hydraetine 

Hydraatlne hydrochloride 

l-3-}^draiy-N-inethyliiiorphinan tartrate 



530. 




530. 




530. 




393. 




530. 




530. 




-^9, 530. 




530. 




530, 558. 




9A, 276, 433, 


459. 


94, 433. 




530, 558. 




530, 558. 




558. 




329, 558. 




558. 




530, 558. 




530, 558. 




454. 




94, 521, 595. 




268. 




245. 




449, 598. 




558, 620. 




327, 332, 344 


409, 463, 521 


344. 




409, 429, 437, 


454, 521, 596 


454. 




482. 




558. 




146. 




530. 




126. 




126. 




126, 451. 




126, 425. 




425. 




126. 




126, 425. 




126. 




126, 425. 




126. 




126. 




474. 




157. 




217. 




157, 454. 




558. 




157, 454. 




216. 




157. 




157. 




609. 




146. 




157. 




521, 531. 




620. 




61. 




287, 409, 558. 




287, 409. 




287, 337, 409, 


558. 


157. 




157, 454. 




482. 





108 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABU ITB. --Synthetic orimic cftemicai^,: Kedidinala for which United States production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1955 --Continued 



Manufacturers ' identlf loatlcm numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



IIKDICIMAIS, CICLIC — Continued 



Alicycli 



nd Htttrocyclic--Contin\ied 



•Alkaloids and related products — Continued 

Hyoeoine (Scopolanilne) amlneoxlde hydrobronilde — 

Hyosolne (Scppolamine) methylbromlde 

dl-3-UethoJcy-N-methyliiiorphinan hydrobrcmlde 

Nicotine salicylate 

^inlne ■ 

Rauwolfla serpentina (AlBeroaiylon) fraction 

»Reserplne 

Strychnine 

Totaqulne 

Totaqulne sulfate 

Tubocurarlne 

Veratrlne 

Veratrum vlrlde (Aliavervlr) 

Yohimbine hydrochloride 

Allantoln (S-Ureidohydantoin) 

6-Allyl-6,7-dthydro-5H-diben2[e,e]azepine, phos- 
phate salt. 
Mjnlno acids: 

dl-Acetyltryptophane 

Histamine dihydrochlorlde 

Histamine phosphate- — — — 

dl and 1-Hlstidine 

Hlstidine hydrochloride 

dl-Histidine hydrochloride 

dl-Tryptophane 

l-Tryptophane 

2-Amlno-5-nitrothlazole (Enheptin) 

l-Amlno-l-phenyl-3-plperldlnoprqpane 

•Antibiotics for human or veterinary use: 

Actidione 

Anisomycin 

Bacitracin 

Carbctnycin (Magnamycin) 

Chloroan^jhenicol (Chlorcanycetin) 

Chlortetracycline (Aureomyoln) hydrochloride 

Cycloserine 

•Dlhydrostreptcnycin 

Erythranycin 

Flagaoidine 

Fumagillln 

•Neomyoin 

Oxytetracycline (Terramycin) 

•Penicillin salts: 

Chloroprocalne penioillln "0" 

DipenloiUln G dibenzylethylenediamlne 

Penicillin aluminum 

Penicillin calcium 

Penicillin 1-ephenamlne 

•Penicillin potassium 

Penicillin "0" potassium (Allylmercaptomethyl 
derivative) . 

•Penicillin procaine 

Penicillin sodium 

Penicillin V acid crystals 

PolymlrLn 

•Streptanycln 

Tetracycline (Achromycin) 

Tyrothricin (Gramicidin) 

Vicmycin 

•Antibiotics for animal feed supplements: 

Bacitracin 

Chlortetracycline (Aurecnjycin) hydrochloride 

Oxytetracycline (Terramycin) 

Penicillin salts: 

DipenlcilUn G dibenzylethylenediamlne 

Penicillin G 

Jenicillln procaine 

Streptomycin 

Tetracycline (Achromycin) 

•Antihistamines : 

2-(Benzhydryloxy)-N,N-diiaethylethylamlne 8- 

chlorotheophylllnate . 
2-[ BenzylC 2-dimethylaminoethyl) amino] pyridine 
( N , N-Dlme thy 1- N '-benzyl- N ' -pyridylethylene - 
diamine) . 
l-(4-Chlorobenzhydryl)-^methylpiperazine hydro- 
chloride. 



217, 521. 

287. 

-482. 

595. 

558. 

426. 

157, 216, -426, 553. 

306, 558. 

157, 558. 

157. 

157, 344. 

426. 

157. 

393, 521, 595. 

482. 



416. 

482. 

167. 

203. 

203, 520. 

203. 

355, 416, 520. 

520. 

530. 

245. 



266. 
553. 
157, 
553. 
226. 
530. 
554. 
245, 
245, 
553. 
454. 
157, 
553. 



266. 
441, 
553. 
266. 
554. 
245, 
266. 

245, 
266, 
245. 
553. 
245, 
435, 
157. 
553. 

157, 
530. 
553. 



553, 554, 558. 



344, 435, 454, 530, 553, 558. 
266, 454. 



266, 530, 553, 558. 



266, 344, 435, 441, 454, 530, 553, 554, 558. 



266, 344, 435, 441, 454, 530, 553, 554, 558. 
344, 530, 553, 558. 



344, 435, 530, 553, 558. 
530, 553. 



425, 554. 



553. 

157. 

245, 435, 454, 530, 553, 558. 

553. 

553. 

26. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



109 



TAHilTB. 



-Synthetic organic cheaicala: Kedicinala for which United Statea production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 7955- -Continued 



JfenuTacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MEDICINAI£, CYCUC— Continued 
Alicyclic and He terocyc 1 ic--Continuod 

•Antihistamines- -Continued 

2-[p-Chloroben2yl(2-dimethylajaiinoetlioiy)]- 

pyridine maleate. 
2-[l-(p-C!hloroplienyl) -3-dlmethylRin1nopropyl]- 

pyrldlne maleate ( Chlorophei5ylpyTldamine 

maleate ) . 
l-(p-Chlorophenyl) -2-plienyl-4-pyTrolidyl-l- 

butanediphosphate and hydrochloride. 
l-(p-Chlorophenyl) -2 -phenyl -4-pyrrolidyi- 

2-butanol. 
1- ( p- Chlorophenyl ) -2 -phenyl-4-pyrrolidyl- 1- 

butene hydrobromlde . 
2-[(5-Chloro-2-thenyl)(2-dlmethylaminoetlyl)- 

amino] pyridine citrate (N, N-Dimethyl-N 2- 

pyridyl-N '2- ( 5 -chlorothenyl ) ethylenedinml ne 

citratie). 
2-[a-(2-Dimethylaminoethoxy)-a-niethylbenzyl]- 

pyridine succinate (2-(Methyl-2'-dimethylamino- 

ethoiybenzyl) pyridine succinate). 
2 - [ ( 2 - Dime thy laminoe thy 1 ) ( p -me thoxybenzyl ) amlno]- 

pyridine maleate. 
2 - [ ( 2 - Dlmethylaminoethyl ) ( p-methoxybenzyl ) amino]- 

pyrimidine (N,N-Dlmethyl-N'-p-methoxybenzyl- 

N-2-pyrlmidylethylenediamine) . 
2- [ ( 2- Wjaethylaminoethyl ) thenylamino] pyridine 

fumarate (N, N-Dimethyl-N '2-pyTldyl-N'2-theiiyl- 

ethylenediamine fumarate). 
2- [( 2-Dimethylaminoethyl ) thenylamino] pyridine 

hydrochloride (N, N-Dimethyl-N '2 -pyridyl-N'2- 

thenylethylenedlamlne hydrochloride ) . 
2-[3-(DlmethylamlnD)-l-phenylpropyl]pyTidtne 

(l-Phenyl-l-(2-pyridyl)-3-dlmethylaminopropane). 
2-[ 3- ( Dime thy lamlno) -1-phenylpropyl] pyridine 

maleate (Prophenpyridamine maleate). 
2-Mb thyl-9-phenyl-2, 3,4,9- tetrahydro-l-pyrl- 

dindene hydrogen tartrate. 
N-(l-Pyrrolldyl)ethylphenDthiazine hydrochloride- 

Antipyrine (l,5-Dimethyl-2-phenyl-3-pyTazolone) 

Barbituric acid 

•Barbituric acid derivatives : 

5-Allyl-5-sec-butylbarbituric acid 

5-Allyl-5-C2-cyclopenten-l-yl) barbituric acid 

and salt (Cyclopal). 

5-Allyl-5-i30butylbarblturic acid and salt 

5-Allyl-5-isopropylbarbituric acid (Alurate) 

•5-Allyl-5-(l-methylbutyl)barbiturlc acid and 

salt (Secobarbital). 
5-Allyl-5-phenylbarbituric acid and salt 

(Alphenal) . 

5-n-Butyl-5-ethylbarblturlc acid (Neonal) 

•5-sec-Butyl-5-ethylbarbituric acid 

»5-seo-Butyl-5-ethylbarblturic acid, sodium ealt-- 
5-(l-Cyclohexen-l-yl)-l,5-diniethylbarblturlc 

acid (Evipal). 
5- ( l-Cyclohe2cen-l-yl) -1,5-dlmethylbarblturlc 

acid, sodium salt. 
5-(l-Cyclohexen-l-yl)-5-ethylbarblturic acid and 

salt. 

5,5-Diallylbarbiturlc acid (Dial) 

«5,5-Dlethylbarblturic acid (Barbital) 

«5,5-Diethylbarbituric acid, sodium salt 

S-Ethyl-S-isoanorlbarbituric acid and salt 

(Anytal). 

5-Ethyl-5-isopropylbarbituric acid and salt 

5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-l-butenyl)barblturlc acid 

(Delvinal). 
«5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl)barblturlc acid 

(Pentobarbital). 
•5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl)barbituric acid, 

sodium salt. 
5-Ethyl-5- ( 1-methyl-n-butyl) -2-thiobarbiturlc 

acid and salt (Pentothal). 
5-Ethyl-l-methyl-5-phenylbarbiturlc acid (Mepho- 

barbital). 
»5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbiturlc acid (Phenobarbital) 

(Luminal) . 

5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbituric acid, calcium salt 

»5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbiturlc acid, sodium salt 

Barium inosinate 



433. 

433. 

245. 
245. 
245. 
276. 

318, 382. 

264, 558. 
181. 

276, 454. 

276, 416, 454. 

433. 
433. 
4S2. 



266. 
355, 
243, 

416. 
437. 

332, 

94. 

19, 



521. 
454. 



437. 
245, 310, 437, 463, 521. 



454. 
19, 
19, 
416, 

416, 

416. 

216, 
245, 
437, 
19, 

X. 

332 J 

19, 

19, 

454. 

416, 

310, 

310, 
310, 
126. 



310, 332, 437, 454, 521. 
310, 437, 454, 521. 
521. 



437, 521. 
437, 454. 
454. 
245, 310, 437, 521. 



437. 
310, 332, 437, 454, 521. 
310, 332, 437, 454, 521. 

437, 521. 

416, 437, 454, 521, 620. 

437. 

416, 437, 620. 



110 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Hedicinals for which United States production or aalea were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, J 955- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



MEEICINAIS, CYCIJC~Ccintlnued 
Alicyclic and He terocyclic- -Continued 

l-Benzamldo-l-phenyl-3-plperldliiopropane (Dlgamma- 

calne) base and hydrochloride. 
N-Benzhydryl-N'-methylplperazlne base and hydro- 
chloride (Cycllzlne). 
N-Benzoyl ethyl-piperldine oxlme and hydrochloride — 
«Bile acids and salts: 

Bilirubin 

Bllron 

»Cholic acid 

»Dehydrooholic acid 

Dehydrooholic acid, sodium salt 

»Desoxyoholic acid 

Ketocholanic acids 

Mixed oxidized bile acids-- 

*Bromocaiiiphor, mono 

'i-(Butoxy)phenyl-4-morpholinyl propyl ether hydro- 
chloride . 
a-Butyloxyclnchonlnic acid diethylethylenedlamide 
and hydrochloride (Nupercaine) . 

*Caffeine, natural 

»Caffelne, synthetic 

Caffeine derivatives, natural and synthetic: 

Caffeine citrate 

Caffeine sodium benzoate 

Camphor, synthetic, U.S.P 

Can^ihorlc acid 

Camphoric anhydride 

Camphosulfonic acid 

Caraphosulfonic acid salts: 

Calcium canphosulfonate 

Sodium cangjhosulfonate 

Carboxymethyloellulose, sodium salt 

Cellulose, oxidized ' 

V-Chloro-^-Ci-diethylamlno-l-methylbutylaminojqulno- 
llne (Aralen) . 
»5-Chloro-7-lodo-8-qulnolinol ( lodochlorohydroxy- 
quinollne ) . 

Cinohophen (2-Phenylquinollne-4-carboxyllc acid) 

Cinchophen (2-Phenylqulnoline-4-carboxylio acid) 
hydroiodide. 

Cinchophen, sodium salt 

Cocarboxylase 

Coenzyme A 

Coramine (Nikethamide) 

Cozymase 

l-Cyclohexylamlno-2-propyl benzoate (Cyolalne) 
hydrochloride. 

a-Cyolohexyl-a-phenyl-l-piperidlnepropanol 

a-Cyclohexyl-a-phenyl-l-pyrrolldlnepropanol methyl- 
chloride. 

Cyclopentanol 

Cyclopentyl bromide 

1-Cyclopenty 1-2-methylpropylamine ( Cyclopent amine ) - 
l-Cyclopentyl-2-methylpropylamlne (Cyclopent amine) 
hydrochloride . 

a-Cyclopentyl-a-phenyl-l-piperidinepropanol 

Cytldlne and oytidine sulfate 

Cytidylic acid 

Cytoslne ■ 

Desoxyribonucleic acid 

Dextran (Glucopyranose anhydride) 

2 , i-Di amlno-5 - ( p-ohloropheny 1 ) -6-ethylpyrimidine 

(Daraprim) . 
d-3,4(l',3'-Dibenzyl-2'-keto-lmadazolido)l,2-tri- 
methylene thiophanium d-cai^shorsulfonate. 

'i,7-Dichloroquinoline 

Diethy laminoc arbethoxybicyc lohexyl ( Dicyclomine ) 

hydrochloride (Bentyl hydrochloride) . 
6-(2-Diethylaminoethoxy)-2-dimethylaminobenzothia- 

zole hydrochloride. 
l-Dlethylcarbamyl-'i-methylpiperazlne dihydrogen 
citrate (Hetrazan). 

3,3-Diethyl-5-methyl-2,4-plperidinedlone 

N,N-Diethylpioolinamide (Pyridine-p-carboxylic 
acid, diethylamide). 

»Dihydrocodelnone bitartrate 

Dihydrohydroxyoodeinone hydrochloride 



2A5. 

221, 

245. 

190, 

190, 

522. 

190, 

26, 

221 

157 

454 



207, 221, 522. 
207, 221, 522, 558. 

207, 221, 416, 522, 531. 
190, 337, 416. 
522. 
355, 620. 



216, 521. 

276, 305, 596. 
276, 553. 

553, 558, 620. 
437, 558, 620. 
209, 417. 
94, 595. 
595. 
94. 

595. 
595. 
216. 
439. 
416. 

94, 153, 216, 459, 521. 

530. 
245. 

530. 
126. 
425. 

94, 216. 
126, 425. 
558. 

530. 
245. 

245. 
245. 
276. 
245. 

245. 

126, 425. 

126. 

126. 

126. 

382, 554, 617. 

146. 

482. 

226. 
382. 

482. 

530. 

482. 
429. 

306, 337, 620. 
337. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



111 



TABJE ITB.' •Synthetic organic chemicals: Kedicinala forwhich United States production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i95J--Continued 



All 



MEDICINAIS, CYCLIC — Cantiuued 
:yclic and He terocycl ic--Contlnued 



3,5-43iiodo-N-methyl-4-pyridone-2,6-<lloarbcflcylio acid- 
3j5-Diiodo-4-pyridone-N-aoetio acid, diethanblamins — 
»5 , 7-Di iodo-8-quinolinol 



Ij-V-Dimethanesulfonoxytutane (Myleran) 

6, 7-Dimethoxy-l-( 4-ethoxy-3-methoxybenzyl) -3- 

methylqulnollne phosphate (Dioxyllne phosphate) , 
<l-J)imethylaiiiinoantipyTiiie (Aminopyrlne) - 



2-(P-Dl]iiethylainlnoethyl) -2-iiifithyl-A, 5, 6, 7- 

tetrachlorolsoindollnium chloride methochloride 

(Ecolld) . 

p,a-Dimethylbenzyl can^jhorate, diethanolamine salt 

p ,a^iniethylbenzyl camphorate, N-ethyl-3,3'- 

diphenyldlpropylamine salt. 
N,a-Dimethyleyclohexane-ethylamlne (l-Cyclohexyl- 

2-methylaminoprapaiie) . 
l,3-Oimethyl-<;-phenyl-4-propiono]cypiperidine 

hydrochloride (dl a farm) . 
NjN^lmethylwi-piperidylidene-ljl-diphenyliiiethane 

methyl sulfate (Diphenmethanil methyl sulfate) . 
Diothane (Piperidinepropanediol diphenylurethane) 



Diothane hydrochloride- 
«5, S-Diphenylhydantoin- 



wSjS-Cliphenylhydantoin, sodium salt 

Epoxytropine-tropate methylbromide 

5-Ethyl-3, 5-dlmethyl-2 , 4-oxazolidinedione 

Ethyl l-methyl-A-phenylisonipecotate (Demerol) - 
3-Ethyl-5-phenylhydantoin- 



Manuf actuTers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



N^thyl-3-piperidylbenzilatemethobromide 

N-Ethyl-3-piperidyldiphenylacetate hydrochloride- 

Ethynyl oyclohexyl carbamate (Valmid) 

Fructose (Levulose)- 



Fructose-6-phosphate, barium salt 

Furfuryl methyl ether 

Galactose 



Gluco3e-6-phosphate, barium salt- ■-■■ 

Glucose-1-phosphate, potassium salt- 

Glucuronolactope 

Guanine _________ 



Guanine hydrochloride 
Guanine sulfat e 

Guanosine ____——— 

Guanylic acid, sodium salt 

Hexamethylenetetramine 

Hexamethylenetetramine aoetaminosalicylio acid 

(Salihexin) . 
Hexamethylenetetramine anhydromethylene citrate 

(Helmitol) . 

Hexamethylenetetramine eamphorate- 

Hexamethylenetetramine mandelate - 
Hexamethylenetetramine phenol- 



Hexamethylenetetramine sulfosalicylate- 
Hexamethylenetetramine tetraiodide— — 
Hexoklnase 



Hexosediphosphoric acid salts: 
Barium hexosediphosphate-— 



Calcium hexosediphosphate- 
Magnesium hexosediphosphate 
•Hormones (steroid): 

»Corticol and oortiool-stimulating: 
Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)- 

Desoxycorticosterone acetate ■ 

d-Cortisone 



Fluorocortiaone 
a^luorohydrocortisone acetate' ■ ■ 

Hydrocortisone alcohol and acetate 

d-Hydrocortisone alcohol and acetat e 

Hydrocortisone cyclopentylpropionate— — — — 
Hydrocortisone sodium succinate 
17-Hydroxy-ll-dehydrocorticoEterone (Cortisone) 
and acetate and free alcohol. 

Prednisolone 

Prednisone ■ — 



"Estrogenic and other hormones: 
Estradiol 



<;33. 

416. 

26, 94, 153, 264, 459, 521. 

146. 

245. 

521. 
216. 



287. 
287. 

4L2. 

482. 

433. 

318. 



Estradiol 3-benzoate- 



542. 






94, 437. 




19, 94, 409, 437, 459, 463, 595 


266, 


521. 




454. 






416. 






454. 






491. 






491. 






245. 






452. 






126. 






542. 






452. 






126, 






126, 


570. 




104. 






126, 


570. 




126, 


451, 


570. 


126. 






126, 


425. 




126. 






366. 






454. 






416, 


595. 




595, 






181, 


521. 




595. 






257. 






595. 






425, 






126. 






126, 






126, 






221, 


226, 


266. 


433, 


616. 




266, 






558, 






266, 






266, 


433, 


553, 558. 


266, 






266, 






266. 






266, 


433, 


558. 


433, 


553, 


558. 


433, 


558. 




433. 






433 







UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



112 

TABLE 17^.. -Synthetic org^ic chemicals: Medicinals for which United States product ic or sales .ere reported 
identified by manufacturer, i955--Continued eporcea. 



MEDICIKALS, CYCLIC--Continued 

Alicyclic and Htterocyclic--Contirmed 

•Hormones (steroid)--Contliiued 

•Estrogenic and other hormoneB--Contlnued 

Estradiol 17-oyolopentylpropionate-- 

Estrogenic substance 

Estrone 

Estrone sulfate, sodlxm salt 

Ethlnylestradlol 

Ethinyl testosterone 

Ifethylandrostenedlal 

Methyl testosterone 

Piperazlne estrone sulfate 

Progesterone 

Relchfitelns substance S acetate 

Reichsteins substance S alcohol 

Testosterone 

Testosterone cyclopentyl propionate 

Testosterone phenyl acetate 

Testosterone propionate 

1-Hydrazinonaphthalazine hydrochloride 

"i-Hydroxycomiiarln 

8-Hydroxy-7-iodo-5-quinolinesulfonic acid (Yatren 
acid) and salt. 

HydroxyiiKthyl-5-hydroxy-Y-pyrone 

3-Hydro}cy-l-methylpyrldlnlum bromide dimethyl 
carbamate. 

8-Hydroxy-5-qulnollnesulfonic acid 

Hypoxanthine 

lodoantipyrine 

Isoniootlnic acid hydrazide 

N '-Isonlcotinoyl-N '-sallcylldene hydrazine 

fcfaltose 

Menthyl salicylate ""'.. 

homo-Menthyl salicylate 

6-Mercaptopurine 

p-lfethoxy-Y-hydroxymercuric propylamide of 

camphoric acid (^fe^curial acid) . 
P-Methoxy-Y-hydroxymercuric propylamide of 

camphoric acid, sodium salt with theophylline 

(Mercupurin) . 

8- (2 '-Msthoxy-3-hydroxymercuri ) propylcoumarin- 
3-oarboxylic acid (Mercumallylic acid) . 

Jfethoxyoximercuripropylsuceinyl urea 

Kfethylcholanthrene 

3,3'-lfcthylenebis[4-hydroxycoumarin] (Ulcumarol) 

lifcthyl nlcotlnate . 

N-Methyl-3-piperidylbenzilatemethobromlde 

3-(2-MEthyl-l-piperidyl)propyl alcohol 

3-(2-Methyl-l-piperidyl)propyl benzoate (Ifctycaine)- 
3-(2-MBthyl-l-piperldyl)propyl p-cyclohexyloxy- 
benzoate . 

f&thylthiouracil 

l-Methyl-2-undecyl-3-benzyl imidazollum bromide 

l-Methyl-2-undecyl-3-benzyl imidazollum chloride 

l-Methyl-2-undecylimidazole 

Methyluracil '" 

%ristyl-Y-picolinium chloride ((Jiatresin)— '- 

2-(l-Naphthylmethyl)-2-imldazoline (Privlne) hydro- 
chloride. 

Neooinohophen (Ethyl 6-iiiethyl-2-pheqylclnohonlnate)- 
5-Nltro-2-furaldehyde diacetate .. 

5-Nitro-2-furaldehyde semioarbazone (Furacln) 

5-Nitro-2-furfuiylidene-l-amlnDhydantoin 
( Furadantin) . 

N-(5-Nitro-2-furfurylidene)-3-amino-2-oxazolidene— 

5-Nltro-2-fiirfuryl methyl ether 

Novalgin (l-Phenyl-2,3-dimethyl-;-methylamlno-5- 

pyrazolone formaldehyde bisulfite)'. 

Nucleic acid 

Nucleic acid salts "'.'. 

Pamaquine (Plasmochln) (N-Dlethylamiiioisopentyl-' 

8-amino-6-methoxyqulnoline) . 

Papaverine hydrochloride, synthetic 

Perparin base 

Perparin hydrochloride 

•Phenothiazine 

Phytic acid -I'.l" '.'.'.[.'.. 

Phytic acid salts: 

Calcium phytate 

Iron plQrtate '.111'.'.'. 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



266. 

295. 

266, 295. 

VH. 

A33. 

433. 

216. 

216, 433. 

454. 

226, 433, X. 

616. 

616. 

216, 433. 

266. 

216. 

216, 433. 

216. 

595. 

94, 153, 459. 

553. 
4S2. 

153. 

126, 570, 603. 

620. 

181, 344, 4S2, 569. 

181. 

452. 

327. 

327. 

146. 

595. 

595. 



337. 

491. 

451, 603. 

454, 530, 595. 

327, 429, 521. 

491. 

245. 

245. 

245. 

126, 570. 

245. 

245. 

245. 

126. 

266. 

216. 

530. 
542. 
542. 
542. 

542. 
542. 
416, 521. 

126. 
126. 
416. 

245, 558. 

327, 521. 

327, 332, 521. 

77, 204, 355, 417, 521. 

265. 

104, 264, 265. 
264. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



113 



TABX ITB-'-Synthetic org^ic chanicaia: Medic inala for which United States proAict ion or Bales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , I955--Continued 



UEDICINALS, CYCLIC— Cantiimed 
Alicyclic and Be terocyc I ic--Continued 

•Plperaztne 

»Piperazine derivatives: 

Piperazlne adipate 

Plperazlne betaine 

Plperazlne chloride 

»Piperazlne citrate 

Piperazine dihydroiodlde 

Plperazlne phosphate 

Piperazine tartrate 

sym-N-Tetramethylpiperazlne dllodlde 

2-(4-Piperldyl)ben^iydrol 

o-(2-Piperidyl)benzhydrol hydrochloride 

a.(ii-Piperidyl)benzhydrol hydrochloride 

6-Propyl-2-thlairacil 

Pyridium (2,6-Diamino-3-phenylazopyridine) 

B-Pyridyl-carbinol and tartrate 

(Jalnacrine (Atebrin) (2-Methoxy-6-chloro-9- 

dlethylaminopentylaminoacridlne ) . 
8-4iinolluol (8-Hydroxyquinollne) salts and esters: 

8-^inolinol base 

8-(iiinollnol benzoate 

8-CJalnolinol hydrochloride 

8-OLiInolinol phosphate 

S-ftilnollnol sulfate (CJainosol) 

8-(iiinolinol sulfate, potassium salt 

8-(Jalnolinol sulfate, zinc salt 

Rutin 

Terpinol hydrate 

Thenylpyraiiilne-o,i-hydroxybenzoyl benzoate 

»Theobrcciine , natural 

»llieobraidne derivatives : 

Theobromine calcium gluconate 

Theobromine calcium salicylate 

Theobromine sodium acetate — 

Theobrcmine sodium salicylate 

»Theciphylline ( 1,3 -Dime thy Lranthine) base and 
derivatives : 

Theophylline base 

Theophylline amlnoisobutanol 

■Qieophylline cholinate 

Theophylline ethyleuedlamine (Amlnqphylline) 

Theophylline ethylenedl amine, sodium 
blphosphate . 

Theophylline magnesium 

Theophylline methoxyoxlmercuripropylsucclnylurea 

Theophylline monoethanolamlne 

Theophylline sodium acetate 

2-Thlouracll 

Thymidine 

4-Trimethylcyclcihexenyl-2-methylbuten(2)-al(l) 

3,5,5-Trlmethyl-2,4-oxazolidinediane (Tridione) — 

Triphosphopyridlne nucleotide 

Dracll 

Uric acid 

Uridine 

Uridine triphosphate 

Urldyllc acid 

^Vitamins: 

»A, from all sources: 

A acetate 

A acetate (feed grade) 

A alcohol 

A esters (natural) 

A paljnltate 

A palmltate (feed supplement) 

A palmltate or acetate (feed grade) 

P -Carotene 

»Bi (Thiamin hydrochloride) 

i»Bi (Thiamin nitrate) 

B2: 

♦(Riboflavin for >^""aTi crmBiiTnptlon) (lOOjt) 

•(Riboflavin for ""imBl and pc«iltry cansui?)- 
tion) {lOOi). 

Rlboflavin-S '-phosphate, monosodium salt 

•Bft (Pyridoxine) 

»Bi2, 100^: 

Feed grade 

Rtamaceutlcal qoallty- — 

U.S. P. Crystalline 



Uamif aoturers ' Identlf loation numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



9-i, 2(A, 327, 454, 521, 591. 

327. 

327. 

521. 

94, 264, 327, 437, 521. 

264. 

327, 521. 

94, 327, 437, 521. 

94, 264. 

382. 

318. 

318. 

530. 

181, 521. 

482. 

416. 



153, 360. 

153, 360, 459. 

153. 

153. 

153, 360. 

153, 459. 

257, 360. 

157, 459. 

157, 459, 521. 

245. 

276, 305. 



190. 










19, 521. 








306, 


558, 


620. 






305, 


306, 


521, 


558, 


620. 


310, 


437, 


553, 


620. 




437. 










181. 










26, 


52, 310, 437, 459, 521, 553, 558 


306. 










620. 










491. 










245. 










437, 


620. 








530. 










126. 










553. 










454. 










425. 










126, 


451, 


570. 






393, 


452. 








126, 


425. 








425. 










126. 










?J6, 


451, 


482, 


553, 


558. 


558. 










U2, 


236, 


558. 






451. 










451, 


482, 


553, 


558. 




482, 


553. 








553. 










482. 










482, 


530, 


553, 


558. 




482, 


530, 


553, 


558. 




115 


482, 


553, 


558. 




115, 


425, 


530, 


553, 


554, 558. 


482 










482 


530, 


558 






115 


259 


425 


530 


553, 554, 558. 


553 


558 








558 











114 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 17B, '-Synthetic organic chemicals: fUedicinais for which United States production or sales were reported, 
identified by manu f^cturer , 1955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC — Continued 
Alicyclic and Heterocyclic — Continued 
•Vitamins — Continued 

»D2 (irradiated ergosterol) (Calciferol) 

»D3 (Irradiated animal sterol) (Delsterol) 

E (a -Tocopherol) - 



E (a -Tocopherol acetate) - 

Biotln 

Folic acid 

Inositol 



•Nicotinic r.cid, salts, and derivatives: 

'Nicotinamide (Niacinamide) 

Nicotinamide h»ydrobromide 



Nicotinamide hydrochloride- 
Nicotinic acid (Niacin) 

Nicotinic acid, n-butyl ester- 



Unidentified growth factor (animal feed)- 
Xanthine — — 



Xanthine, monosodium salt 

MEDICINALS, ACYCLIC 

Acetylcarbromal (l-Aeetyl-l-(2-bromo-2- 
ethylbutyryl)urea) . 

Acetylcholine bromide 

Acetylcholine chloride 

S-Acetylglutathione '■ - ■ 

Acetylmethlonine- 



142, 226, 239, 290, 371, 376, 416, 474. 

142, 239, 290, 416, 474. 

482. 

482. 

482. 

266, 530. 

104, 265, 521. 

181, 508, 521. 

181. 

181, 376. 

181, 474, 521, 558, 597, 611. 

508. 

553. 

126. 

126. 



Acetyl- ^raethylcholine chloride—— 

•Amino acids: 
d-Alanlne- 



dl-Alanlne (dl-a -Alanine) 

1-Alanine ____._. 

»P-Alanine 

l(-t-)-Arginine 

l(+)-Arginine hydrochloride — 

1(+) -Asparagine- 



d-Asparagine monohydrate 

dl-Asparagine monohydrate 

dl-Aspartic acid 

l(+)-Aspartic acid 

l-Citrulline 

1 -Cysteine — 
l(+) -Cysteine hydrochloride- 
l(+)-Cystine- 



«Glutamic acid and salts: 
1(+) -Glutamic acid- 



l(+) -Glutamic acid, calcium salt 

l(+)-Glutamic acid hydrochloride 

1(+) -Glutamic acid, monoammonium salt — 
l(+)-Glutamic acid, monopotassium salt- 
l(+) -Glutamine- 



Glycine (Amlnoacetio aoid)- 

dl-Isoleuoine 

1-Isoleucine — 

dl-Leueine ■ — — 

1-Leucine ■ ■ ■ 



dl-Lysine hydrochloride— 
l(+)-LyElne hydroohloride- 

d-^ethlonine — — 

dl-Methionlne 

1-Methionine 



Methionine, feed grade 

dl^^ethionine, calcium salt- 
dl-Norleucine .... 



1-Omithine hydrochlorlde- 
dl-Serine — — 

l^erine 

dl-Threonine 

d-Valine 

dl-Vallne 

1-Valine 



Amino acid mixtures—————— 

2-Amlno-4-methylhexane 

Amyl nitrite (Isoamyl nitrite)- 
Auro-thioglucose- 



a,a'^zobis(chloroformamidine) (Azochloramide) 

•Betalne base 

Betaine hydrate- 



•Betalne hydroohloride— — — 
Bronofara (Trlbraaooatbass) - 



451. 








94, 264, 


558. 






126. 








298, 521, 


625. 






264, 558. 








126. 








355. 








126. 








454, 474, 


558, 


580. 




203, 520. 








203, 520. 








520. 








203. 








203. 








438, 520. 








452, 520. 








126. 








203. 








203, 329, 


520. 






520. 








100, 371, 


450, 


520, 


521. 


459. 








100, 371, 


521. 






100, 371. 








100. 








100. 








287, 310, 


355, 


520, 


521. 


558. 








126, 355, 


520. 






355, 416, 


452, 


520. 




203, 265, 


520, 


558. 




355, 520, 


521, 


558. 




126, 417. 








126, 521. 








298, 355, 


417, 


520, 


521, 625 


126. 








417. 








558. 








452, 558. 








126. 








520, 558. 








520. 








416, 452, 


520. 






126. 








355, 452, 


558. 






126. 








50, 265. 








245. 








451, 620. 








433. 








190. 








100, 521, 


550. 






100. 








100, 459, 


521, 


550, 


597. 


355. 









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115 



TABLE 17B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinal s for which United States product ion or sales were rtipOTted, 
identified by manufacturer , 7955- -ContinueH 



Itomrfactxirers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MEDICINALS, ACYCLIC—Contimied 

Bromural (a-BromolBovalerylurea) 

Caoodylic acid derivatives: 

Iron oacodylate 

Sodium oacodylate 

Calcium borogluconate 

Calcium bromolaetoblonate 

Calcium lodobehenate 

. Calcium lactophosphate 

Calcium levulinate 

Calcium succinate 

Carbaminol choline chloride — 

Carbaiicrl-2-hydroxypropyltrijiiethylammDnium chloride 

Carbromal (Bromodlethylacetylcarbamide) 

Chloral hydrate 

Chloretone (tert-Trichlorobutyl alcohol) 

Chloriodized oil 

3-Chloromercuri-2-nEthcatypropylurea 

p-Chlorovinylethylethynyl carbinol 

*Choline salts : 

Choline bicarbonate 

•Choline bitartrate 

•Choline chloride, for a'^^Tnn^ and poultry feed 
and for use as an intennediate. 

•Choline chloride, medicinal grade only 

Choline chloride, nonmedlclnal 

•Choline dihydrogen citrate 

Choline tricltrate 

Diallylacetio acid 

Diallylaoetic acid, bismuth salt 

2,2-Diisopropyl-5-hydroxymethyl-l,3-dioxolane 

1,2-DimercaptopropanDl 

Di vinyl ether 

Ethyl carbamate (Urethane) 

Ethyl ohaulmoograte : 

Ethylenediamlne dihydrochloride 

Ethylenedlamine diiodide 

Ethyl iodide 

Ethylmercuric chloride 

Ethyl morrhuate 

Ethyl nitrite 

Ethylurea, mono 

•Gluconic acid salts : 

Ammonium gluconate 

Calcium gluooheptonate 

Calcium gluconate 

Cotalt gluconate 

Copper gluconate 

Iron (feiToxis) gluconate 

Ifagnesium gluconate 

Manganese gluconate 

Potassium gluconate 

Sodium gluconate 

Zinc gluconate 

Glucono-delta-lactone 

Glutathione 

Glutathione, monosodium salt 

Glutathione (oxidized) 

Glyoeropiioaphoric acid 

Glyoerophosphoric acid derivatives : 

Calcium glycerophosphate 

Iron glycerophosphate 

Manganese glycerophosphate 

Potassium glycerophosphate 

Sodium glycerophosphate 

Hendecenoic acid (Undeoylenic acid) salts: 

Copper hendecenoate 

Zinc hendecenoate 

•Hexamethyldiaminoisopropanol diiodide 

Hexamethylenebis [trijuethylaramonlum bitartrate] 

(Hexamethonium bitartrate). 
Hexamethylenebis [trimethylammonium bromide] 

(Hexamethonium bromide). 
Hexamethylenebis [trimethylammonium chloride] 
(Hexamethonium chloride). 

Iodized oils 

Iodoform 

lodomethanesulfonio acid, sodium salt 

Iron (ferrous) oxalate 

Isovaleric acid salts : 

Ammonium isovalerate 

Zinc isovalerate 



332, 521. 








94., 226. 








94, 226. 








595. 








94, 521. 








595. 








620. 








452, 521. 








157, 438, 


459, 


521, 


595 


264, 558. 








558. 








226, 332, 


416, 


463, 


521 


558. 








226, 310, 


327, 


449. 




26. 








491. 








454. 









521, 554. 

521, 530, 550, 597. 

290, 474, 530, 554, 624. 



530, 550, 558, 597. 

558, 597. 

530, 550, 597. 
550. 



382. 
625. 



521, 
453, 
521, 
521, 
287. 
287. 
332. 
264, 
558. 
298, 
595. 
382. 
184. 
264, 
245. 
595. 
620. 
595. 



553. 
452. 

553, 620. 
521. 

521, 553. 
521, 553. 
521, 553. 
521, 553. 
553. 

290, 553. 
521. 
553. 
126. 
126. 
126. 
276, 366. 

276, 366, 382. 

276, 366. 

276, 366. 
276. 

276, 366. 

521. 

521. 

94, 264, 416. 

409. 

409. 

264, 344, 409, 521. 

245. 

306, 620. 
416, 521. 
463, 521. 

264. 
463. 



116 



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TAB£ ITB.- -Synthetic organic chemicala; Kedicinala for which United States production or aalea were reported, 
identified by aamfacturer , J95J- -Continued 



Mamif acturers ' Identification nombers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MKDICmAI^, ACYGLIC—Ckmtimied 

Lactic acid salts (medicinal grades only) : 

Aliuoinujii lactate 

Calcium lactate 

Iron (feiToiis) lactate 

Magnesium citrate 

Ualononltrile 

Mercuric oleate 

Methyleneoitric acid and salts 

Methylene iodide 

l-Uethylhexylamlne 

Methyl iodide - - 

2-Methyl-2-propyl-l,3-propanediol 

2-Methyl-2-propyl-l,3-prcipanediol dicarbamate- 

Morrhuio acid salts: Sodium morrhuate 

Phosphoglyceric acid, barium salt 

2-Propylvalerlc acid, bisniith salt 

d-Ribose 

Ribose-5-phosphate, barium salt 

Silver protein, mild 

Silver protein, strong 

Sodium bismuth trlglycolamate 

Sodium iodopropanol suLfonate 

Sodium pyruvate 

Sodium succinate 

l-Sorbose 

Succinylcholine dichloride 

Succinyl peroxide 

Tartaric acid, medicinal grade ■ 

Tartaric acid salts, medicinal grades only: 
Antimony potassium tartrate (Tartar emetic)- 

Calcium tartrate 

Potassium bitartrate 

Potassium sodium tartrate (Bismosal) 

Sodium tartrate 

Tetraethylammonlum chloride 

Tetramethylaramonium chloride 

Tetramethylammonium formate 

Tetramethylammonlum hydroxide 

Thiosemicarbazlde 

Thioslnamine (Allylthiourea) 

2,2,2-Trlbramoethanol : 

Tricholine citrate 

Trllodoethionic acid 

^Vitamins : 

♦Ascorbic acid and derivatives: 

»Ascorblc acid 

Ascorbic acid, calcium salt 

Ascorbic acid, sodium salt 

Ascorbyl palmitate 

♦Pantothenic acid and derivatives: 

Pantothenic acid 

♦Pantothenic acid, d-calcium salt 

♦Pantothenic acid, dl-calcium salt 

Pantothenic acid, sodium salt 

d-Pantothenyl alcohol (a,Y-Dihydroxy-N-(3- 
hydroxyprapyl)-p,p-dimethylbutyr amide) . 



521. 

620. 

620. 

558, 620. 

126, 360. 

620. 

-;i6. 

264, A16, 451, 521, 558. 

245. 

264, 451. 

327. 

327, 454. 

595. 

126. 

287. 

126. 

126. 

226. 

416. 

310. 

327. 

126. 

157, 459, 558. 

553. 

146. 

327. 

553. 

553. 

521. 

260, 553. 

260, 553. 

382. 

264. 

264. 

264. 

264. 

94, 257. 

94. 

416. 

530. 

433. 



482, 553, 558. 

553. 

482, 553, 558. 

553. 

290. 

226, 245, 474, 530, 558, 597. 

245, 376, 454, 474, 530, 558, 597, 624. 

226. 

408. 



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TABLE 18B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Flavor md per fume materials for which United States production or 
sales were reported, identified hy manufacturer , 1955 



[ Flavor and perfume materials for which separate statistics are given in table 18A are marked below with 
an asterisk (■») ; those not so marked do not appear in table ISA because the reported data are accepted in 
confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from 
table 27] 



Material 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC 
Bemenoid and Naphthaltnoid 



2-Acetonaphthone (Methyl p-naphthyl ketone) - 
Acetophenone- 



7-Acetyl-p-ethyl-l,l,<.,'i-tetramethyl-l,2,3,<;-tetra- 
hydronaphthalene . 

*a-Amylcinnajiialdehyde ________ ___^___-«—«— 

a-Amyloinnamaldehyde, dimethyl acetal 

o-Arayloinnamyl alcohol — 

»Anethole 



»Anisaldehyde 

Anisole (Methyl phenyl ether) - 

Anisyl acetate — ■ 

Anisyl alcohol 

Anisyl formate 

Anisyl propionate __^-__ 

Benzcrphenone 

•Benzyl acetate 

•Benzyl alcohol-— — 

•Benzyl benzoate- — — 

Benzyl butyrate 

Benzyl chloroacetate — 

•Benzyl cinnamate 

Benzyl ether 



Benzyl formate ■ 

Benzyl isoamyl ether _— _ 

Benzyl Isobutyrate 

Benzyl isoeugenyl ether 

Benzyl isovalerate 

Benzyl phenylacetate (Benzyl a -toluate)- 

•Benzyl propionate-— ' ■-■ 

•Benzyl salicylate 

Benzyl valerate— — — 

a-Bromostyrene- 



Manuf acturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



'»-tert-Butyl-2,6-dimethyl-3,5-dinitroacetophenone 

(Musk ketone) . 

5-tert-Butyl— 4,6-dinitrohemlmellitene ■ ■ 

6-tert-Butyl-3-methyl-2,4-dinitroanisole (Musk 

ambrette) . 
5-tert-Butyl-2,'i,6-trinitro-m-xylene (Musk xylol) - 
Carvacrol (Isopropyl-o-cresol) "" - ■ 

Cinnamaldehyde ■ ' — 

Cinnamic acid — ■■- 

Cinnamyl acetate- 
Clnnamyl alcohol- 

Cinnamyl anthranilate— 

Cinnamyl butyrate- — 

Cinnamyl cinnamate 

Cinnamyl formate- 



Clnnamyl isobutyrate—— ——-_—— 

Cinnamyl isovalerate 

Cinnamyl propionate ---■ -■ ' 

Cinnamyl valerate—— 

Cumaldehyde (p-lsopropylbenzaldehyde) 

p-ct-Dimethylbenzyl alcohol (p-Methylphenylmethyl- 

carbinol) . 
a,a-J)imethylphenethyl acetate 



a, oi-J)imothylphenethyl alcohol 

a, a-Dlmethyl-3-phenylpropanol 

4,6^1nltro-l,l,3,3,5-pentamethylindan 

DlphenylmethfiDe _— . 

l,3-Diphenyl-2-propanone (Dibenzyl ketone) — 

Dulcin (p-Phenetylurea)- 

2-Ethaxynaphthalene (Ethyl p-naphthyl ether)- 

Ethyl anlsate 

Etl^l anthranilate 

Ethyl benzoate- 



Ethyl cinnamate ■ 

Etl^l a, p-«paiy-§-methylhydroclnnamate (Ethyl 
methylphanylglyoidate) . 

2-Ethylheiyl salicylate — 

Ethyl p-methoxycinnamate 

Ethyl methyltolylglycldate 

p-Ethylphenol- 



Ethyl p-ph»nylglycidate- 



449, 544. 








544, 591, 611. 








4;9. 








330, 4^9, 535, 


537, 


544, 


582, 626. 


330, 544, 








537, 544. 








177, 209, 304, 


396, 


449, 


544, 616. 


327, 449, 544. 








327, 449. 








291, 330, 449, 


544. 






330, 449, 544. 








330, 544. 








291, 330, 544. 








243, 360, 449, 


544. 






243, 449, 531, 


535, 


537, 


544. 


188, 310, 449, 


531, 


537, 


544. 


188, 276, 449, 


531, 


582. 




291, 330, 418, 


449, 


535, 


544, 


305. 








141, 327, 449, 


537, 


544. 




330, 449. 








330, 449, 544. 








449, 544. 








291, 330, 449, 


544. 






330, 449, 544, 


582. 






291, 330. 








305, 330, 449, 


535, 


544. 




291, 330, 418, 


449, 


535, 


537, 544, 582 


449, 537, 544. 








291, 330, 449, 


535, 


544. 




544. 








449, 531. 








449. 








449, 531. 








360, 449, 531. 








449. 








449, 544. 








310, 544. 








330, 418, 449, 


544. 






449, 544, 626. 








330, 535. 








330, 449. 








449, 544. 








330, 418, 449, 


535, 


544. 




291, 330, 544. 








141, 291, 330, 


544. 






330, 418, 449, 


544, 






330, 449, 535. 








230, 449. 








449. 








537. 








537. 








537. 








449. 








355, 544. 








449. 








264. 








449, 544. 








327, 330, 449 








257, 330. 








330, 449, 544 








330, 449, 544 








291, 330, 449 


535 


544 




535. 








449. 








330. 








449. 








327, 330, 535 


, 544 







118 



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TABLE 18B.--Synthetic orgaiic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which United States proAiet ion or 
sales were reported, iderttified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



FLAVOR AND PEPFUME MATERIAI^, CYCLIC— Continued 
Benzenoid and JVophlhoienoid--Contlnued 



Ethyl salicylate 

Ethyl tolylglycidate— 

Ethylvanlllln 

»Eugenol 

Eugenyl formate 

Eugenyl methyl ether 

Eugenyl phenylaeetate 

Heiylc innamaldehyde 

Hydratropaldehyde (a-Phenylpropionaldehyde) 

Hydratropaldehyde, dimethyl acetal 



Hydrocinnamaldehyde (P^henylpropionaldehyde) - 

4_(i^^ydroxy-3-methoxypheiiyl) -3-l)uten-2-one 
(Vanillidine acetone) . 

lEoamyl benzoate (Amyl benzoate) ■ 

Isoamyl clnnamate (Amyl cinnamate) 

laoamyl phenylaeetate (Amyl a-toluate) 

Isoamyl salicylate (Amyl salicylate) 

Isobutyl anthranilate — 

Isobutyl benzoate 

Isobutyl cinnamate 
•Isobutyl phenylaeetate (Isobutyl a-toluate) — 

Isobutyl salicylate — 

»Isoeugenol- 



Isoeugenyl acetate- 
Isoeugenyl methyl ether- 



p-Isopropyl-a-methylhydrocinnamaldehyde ( Cyclamen 
aldehyde) . 

p-Methoxyaoetophenone 

o-Metho3cybenzaldehyde 

2-Methoxyblphenyl- 



2-Methoxynaphthalene (Methyl p-naphthyl ether) 

p-Methylaeetophenone (Methyl p-tolyl ketone) 

Methyl anisate- 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



p-Methylanlsole (p-Cresyl methyl ether) 

Methyl anthranilate _.____— _—^———— — 

Methyl benzoate—— — '■ _^— — — 

ouMethylbenzyl acetate ^.^____— - 

p-Methylbenzyl acetate 

a-Methylbenzyl alcohol (Methylphenyl oarbinol) 

•Methyl cinnamate - 

Methyl N-methylanthranilate (Dimethyl anthranilate) - 

Methyl phenylaeetate (Methyl a-toluate) 

•Methyl salicylate (Synthetic uintergreen oil) 

•Phenethyl acetate 

•Phenethyl alcohol 

Phenethyl anthranilate ■ 

Phenethyl butyrate 

Phenethyl cinnamate 

Phenethyl formate 



Phenethyl isobutyrate 

Phenethyl isovalerate 

Phenethyl phenylaeetate (Phenethyl a-toluate) — 
Phenethyl propionate 

Phenethyl salicylate 

Phenethyl valerate- 



2-Phenoxyethyl isobutyrate 

Phenylaeetaldehyde (a-Tolualdehyde) 

Phenylaeetaldehyde, dimethyl acetal 

'l-Phenyl-3-buten-2-one (Benzylldene acetone)- 

Phenyl-l,2-othanediol diacetate 

l-Phenyl-2-propanone (Benzyl methyl ketone) — 
3-Phenyl-l-propyl aoetate- 



»3-Phenyl-l-prcipyl alcohol (Hydrocinnamie alcohol) - 
Propyl cinnamate' - ■ 

Salicylaldehyde 

p-Tolualdehyde (p-Methylbenzaldehyde) 

p-Tolyl acetate (p-Cresyl acetate) 

p-Tolyl isobutyrate (p-Cresyl isobutyrate) 

p-Tolyl phenylaeetate (p-Cresyl a-toluate) 

a-(Trichloromethyl)benzyl acetate (Rosetone) 

p-a,a-Trimethylphenethyl alcohol 

Vanillin 



355, 5UA. 

327, 330, 418, <W9, 524, 531, 544, 582, 626. 
330, 449, 544. 



537, 544. 
544. 



330, 449, 544. 

330, 544. 

418, 449, 544. 

449, 544. 



330, 
330, 
330, 
449, 
449, 
449, 
330, 
449. 



449, 544. 

449, 544. 

449, 544, 582. 

544. 

531, 5U, 582, 626. 

544. 

449, 544, 



327, 


449, 


544. 






449, 


537. 








330, 


449, 


544. 






449, 


544. 








327 


330. 








327, 


U9, 


544. 






355 


449, 


531, 


626. 




327 


330, 


366, 


626, 




330 


449, 


582, 






327. 










544. 










327 


449, 


537, 


544. 




330 


449, 


535. 






449 


544. 








276 


355, 


366, 


462. 




330 


449, 


537, 


626. 




157 


355, 


449, 


537, 


626 


257 


330, 


449, 


535. 




305 


330, 


449, 


544. 




330 


449, 


535, 


537, 


544 


305 


330, 


449, 


537, 


544 


449 










257 


330, 


418, 


449, 


544 


330 


449, 


537, 


544, 




305 


330, 


449, 


537, 


544 


330 


449, 


537, 


5U. 




330 


535. 








449 


544. 








449 


544. 








330 


449, 


544, 






544 










537 










544 










449 


, 544. 








360 


, 449, 


544. 






330 










355 










330 


, 366, 


449. 






330 


, 418, 


449, 


544, 




330 


, 544. 








449 


, 544. 








327 


, 537. 








537 










229 


, 276, 


305 


449, 




449 


, 535, 


582. 







SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



119 



TABLE 18B. --Synf/iet/c organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which Uni ted States production or 
sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list iii table 27) 



FLAVOR AND PKRFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC— Continued 



Terptnoid, Hettrocycli 

Allyl cyclohexanepropionate— 

Allyllonone 

Bomyl acetate 

Carvone (Carvol) 

Caryophyllen o ■■ ■ 

Cedrenal 

Cedrol 



nd Al i 



•Csdryl acetate 

Cineole (Eucalyptol)- 

•Citral (Geranial) 

•Citronellal 

•Citronellol 



•Cltronellyl acetate 

Cltronellyl butyrate 

Citronellyl formate 

Citronellyl prcipianate- 
C oumar in — — — — — — — 



Cycloheianesulfamio acid, calcium salt- 
Cyclohexanesulfamlc acid, sodium salt — 

Cyolopentanol 

Cyclopentanone- 



Dihydrocitronellol 

3,7-Dimethyl-3-octanol (Tetrahydrolinalool) - 
•Geraniol 



•Geranyl acetate 

Geranyl benzoate 

Geranyl butyrate 

•Geranyl format e 

Geranyl isovalerat o 

Geranyl phenylacetate (Geranyl a-toluate)- 

Geranyl propionate- 



a-^eptyl-a-butyrolactone 

2-Hexyl-2-cyolopenten-l-one 

Hydroooumarin (3,4-Dihydrocoumarln)- 
•Hjrdroxyoitronellal- 



Hydroxycltronellal, dimethyl acetal- 
Hydrcccyeitronellol 

Indole 

•lonones: 
* a "I on one " 



^ —I on one 

lonone (a- andf-)- 



Isobomeol (Isobomyl alcohol) - 

Isobomyl acetate 

Isobomyl propionate ' ■ 

Isobutylquinoline 

Isopropylquinoline 

leopulegol 
Isqpulegyl acetat e 
Isosafrole 
d— Limopene 
•Linalool 



•Linalyl acetate 

Linalyl anthranilate- 
Einalyl benzoate—— 
Linalyl butyrat e 
Linalyl cinnamat o _ 
Linalyl formate « > 
Linalyl isobutyrate— 
Linalyl iaovalerate— 
Linalyl prcpionate- 



•Menthol, synthetic, tech — 
•Menthol, synthetic, O.S.P- 
Menthon o 



Menthyl acetate 

Menthyl anthranilate— — 

Menthyl isovalerate 

Metahomanenthol (Cyclonol)- 

MBtahanranenthyl acetate 

S^ethylccruinarin ^ 

frJtothylcoumarin— — — — 
•Mrthylionones : 



Methyl-a-ionone- 
Methyl-^-ionone- 
Methyl-f-lonone- 



Methyllonones (a- and p-)- 
•Werol 



330. 


















AA9. 


















330 


418, 


535. 














157 


240, 


330, 


396, 


418. 










U9. 


















544. 


















537 


544, 


582. 














449 


537, 


544, 


582. 












240 


396, 


598. 














305 


330, 


418, 


449, 


524, 


537, 


544, 


582. 




330 


418, 


449, 


537, 


544. 










240 


330, 


449, 


531, 


537, 


544, 


582. 






330 


449, 


537, 


544, 


582. 










330 


449, 


544. 














330 


449, 


537, 


544. 












330 


449, 


535, 


544. 












276 


305, 


355, 


544. 












417 


454. 
















454 


















222 


















222 


















449 


















380 


449, 


544. 














240 


330, 


418, 


449, 


531, 


537, 


544, 


582. 




291 


330, 


449, 


535, 


537, 


544, 


582. 






330 


449. 
















257 


291, 


330, 


449, 


544, 


582. 








291 


330, 


449, 


535, 


537, 


544, 


582. 






257 


330. 
















330 


449, 


544. 














291 


330, 


418, 


537, 


544. 










537 


















537 


















327 


449. 
















449 


544, 


582. 














330 


449, 


544. 














449 


















449 


















305 


449, 


537, 


544, 


626. 










305 


449, 


544, 


626. 












305 


330, 


449, 


524, 


537, 


544, 


582, 


626. 




417 


















157 


449, 


544, 


616. 












544 


















257 


537. 
















257 


















449 


544, 


582. 














449 


544. 
















449 


544. 
















330 


537. 
















330 


396, 


418, 


449, 


531, 


535, 


537, 


544, 582, 626 


330 


418, 


449, 


531, 


537, 


544, 


582, 


626. 




257 


330, 


582. 














257 


330, 


449, 


582. 












291 


330, 


449, 


544. 












257 


330, 


544. 














330 


, 418, 


449, 


544. 












257 


330, 


449, 


544. 












330 


, 544. 
















330 


, 449, 


544. 














327 


. 330, 


449, 


531, 


616. 










449 


, 531, 


626. 














291 


, 327, 


449, 


616. 












327 


, 449, 
















330 


, 449. 
















257 


, 330. 
















327 


















327 


















305 


















449 


















305 


, 449, 


537. 














305 


, 544. 
















582 


















305 


, 449, 


537 


544, 


582 


626. 








330 


, 418, 


537, 


544, 


582. 











120 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TAELE 18B. Synthetic organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which United States production or 

sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 19 55- -Continued 



Manuf aoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC— Continued 



Terpenoid, Heterocycli 

Neryl acetate 
Nopyl acetate- 



nd /(li<:y<:Iic--Contlnued 



»Piperonal (Heliotropin)- 

•Rhodinol 

Rhodinol rose 

Rhodinyl acetate 

Rhodinyl formate 

Saccharin- 



Saccharin, calcium salt- 
Sacchartn, sodium salt— 

•Safrole 

Santalol 

Skatole 

•Terpineols: 

a -Terpineol 

p -Terpineol 



Terpineol (a- and p-)- 



Terpinol hydrate (Terpln hydrate), tech- 

»Terpinyl acetate 

Terpinyl propionate 

Tlbetogene^ 

Vetlvenol- 



•Vetivenyl acetate- 
All other 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, ACYCLIC 



•Allyl caproate— — 

Allyl enanthate (Allyl heptanoate) 

Allyl isothiocyanate (Synthetic mustard oil)- 
Allyl propionate- 



Allyl sulfide (Diallyl sulfide) - 

2,3-Butanedione (Biacetyl) 

n-Butyl butyrate 

Butyl butyryllaotate- 



Butyrone (Di-n-propyl ketone) 

Capraldehyde (Deoyl aldehyde) (Cio)- 
Caprylaldehyde (Oetyl aldehyde) (Cg)- 

Decyl acetate-——— 

n-Decyl aloohol- 



Diethyl sebacate (Ethyl sebacate) 

Qiethyl succinate ■ -- 

Dodeoyl acetate (Lauryl acetate) 

Enanthaldehyde (n-Heptaldehyde) (C7)- 
»Ethyl butyrate- 



Ethyl caprate (Ethyl decylate) 

Ethyl caproate (Ethyl hexoate) 

Ethyl caprylate (Ethyl octoate) — 
Ethyl enanthate (Ethyl heptylate)- 

Ethyl isobutyrate 

Ethyl isovalerate 

Ethyl laurate 

Ethyl levulinate 

Ethyl myristate 

Ethyl oleate 



Ethyl pelargonate 

•Glutamic acid, monosodium salt (Monosodium gluta- 
mate) . 

Hendecanaldehyde (Undecyl aldehyde) (Cn) 

2-Hendecanone (Methyl nonyl ketone) 

Hendecanaldehyde (Undecylenic aldehyde) 

Hendecenoic acid (Undecylenic acid) 

Hendecenol (Undeoylenyl alcohol) 

2,3-Heptanedicine (Acetylvaleryl) — ■ — 
Heptyl alcohol (Heptanol)- 



2,3-Hexanedione (Acetylbutyral) 

3-Hydroxy-2-butanone (Acetoln) 

Y-Hydroxycaprylio acid, lactone (Y-Octalactone) — 
-i-Hydroxyhendecanoic acid, Y-lactone (Y-Undeca- 

lactone) . 
Y-JIydroxypelargonic acid, lactone (Y-Nonalactone)- 

»Isoamyl butyrate (Amyl butyrate) 

Isoamyl caproate (Amyl caproate) 

Isoamyl caprylate (Amyl caprylate) 

Isoamyl formate (Amyl formate) - 



Isoamyl isovalerate (Amyl isovalerate) - 
Isoamyl propionate (Amyl propionate) — 



330, 
355, 
157, 
Wl, 
330, 
Ul, 
330, 
276, 
302. 
276, 
157, 
330, 
257. 

209, 
209. 
304, 
30-;. 
209, 
330, 
582. 
U9, 
Ul, 
257, 



418, 5AA. 

W) 531, 544. 

330^ 418, 449, 524, 531, 535, 537, 544, 582, 

582. 

330, 418, 449, 537, 544. 

449, 537, 582. 

302. 

302. 

396, 418, 449, 544, 598. 

449. 



616. 

449, 582. 

449, 535, 537, 544, 582, 
449, 544, 582. 

544, 582. 

449, 537, 544, 582, 626. 

330, 449, 582. 



291, 330, 


418, 


449, 


535, 537, 544 


327, 330, 


544. 






308, 327. 








330, 535. 








330. 








310, 327, 


330. 






291, 330, 


535, 


544. 




327. 








544. 








330, 449, 


544. 






330, 449, 


544, 






330, 544. 








449, 544. 








257, 535, 


544, 






257, 544, 


591, 






330, 544. 








190, 282, 


544. 






29, 330, 


418, 


535, 


544. 


330, 418, 


535, 


544. 




330, 544. 








330, 418, 


544. 






330, 535, 


544. 






257, 330, 


544. 






330, 418, 


544. 






330, 418, 


449, 


544. 




257, 330, 


535. 






164, 330, 


434, 


449, 




434. 








327, 330, 


449, 


535, 


544, 


100, 150, 


265, 


371, 


450. 


544. 








449, 544. 








449, 544. 








190, 282. 








449, 544. 








544. 








282, 544. 








257. 








257. 








330, 449. 








330, 449. 








330, 449, 








327, 330, 


418, 


449, 


535, 544. 


330, 418, 


535 


544, 




330, 418 


544. 






330, 418, 


449, 


544, 




330, 418 


449, 


544, 




291, 330 


449, 


535, 


544. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



121 



TABLE 183. —Synthet , 



organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which United States production or 
sales were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1953--Continued 



Manuf aoturera ' Identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIAI5, ACYCLIC— Continued 



Isobutyl acetate 
Isobutyl butyrate 

Isobutyl oaproate— — — — - -■ 

Isobutyl Isovalerate 

Lauraldahyde (Dodecyl aldehyde) (C12)- 
Methyl furoate- 



2-Methylhendeoanaldehyde ( 2-Methylnonylacetalde- 
hyde) . 

Methyl hendecanoate (Methyl undeoylenate) 

6-Methyl-5-hepten-2 -one- 



Methyl p-methylthiolproplonate 

Methyl nonenoate (Methyl nonylenate) 

Methyl ootynoate (Methyl heptine carbonate)- 

Nonyl alcohol (C9) 

Octenoic acid 

n-Octyl acetate : 

n-Ootyl formate ■ — 

n-Ootyl isobutyrate- 



Pelargonaldehyde (Nonyl aldehyde) (C9)- 
2 , 3-Pentaned i one- 



l-Propanethiol (n-Propyl meroaptan) 

2-Propene-l-thlol (Allyl meroaptan) 

Propyl propionate 

Tributyrin— — — ■ 

Tricaproin ■ ■■- — 

All other __ 



CHEMICALLY MODIFIED E£SEm'IAL OILS 



Ethyl oxyhydrate 

Lavandin, acetylated— — — 
Petltgrain oil, acetylated — 
Sassafras oil, hydrogenated- 



291, 


330, 


418, 


544, 591. 


291, 


330, 


544. 




291, 


330, 


449, 


544. 


291, 


330, 


544. 




330, 


-U9, 


544. 




-il8. 








330, 


U9, 


544. 




330, 


'^,9. 






^9, 


5^. 






330. 








330, 


449, 


535. 




M9. 








"W9, 


544. 






330. 








330. 


449, 


544. 




327, 


330, 


544. 




330, 


544. 






U9, 


544, 






257. 








330. 








330. 








330, 


544. 






582. 








582. 








268, 


449. 






Kl, 


291, 


327, 


330, 524, 535 


330, 


418, 


449, 


535. 


330, 


418. 






<W9. 









122 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Plastics and Resin Materials 



TABLE 19B.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Plastics and resin materials for which United States production or 
sales were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955 



[Plastics and resin materials for irtiich separate statistics are given in table 19A are marked below with an 
asterisk (»); chemicals not so marked do not appear in table 19A because the reported data are accepted 
in confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from 
table 27. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designated product] 



Material 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



PLASTICS AND RESIN UiTERIAI^, BENZENOID 

Aniline-formaldehyde resins 

«Coumarone-indene resins 

»Epoxy resins: 

•Unmodified: Epichlorohydrln-phenol and bisphenol- 
»Modified - — 

♦Petroleum polymer and condensation resins 

»Phenolie and other tar-acid resins: 
•Unmodified: 

»p-tert-Butylphenol-blsphenol-fornialdehyde 

*p-tert-Butylphenol-formaldehyde 

»Cresols-formaldehyde 

»Cresylic acid-formaldehyde 

Phenol-cresols-formaldehyde 

Phenol-cresylic acid-formaldehyde 

•Phenol-formaldehyde 



Phenol- furfural 

♦Resorcinol-formaldehyde 

Xylenols-formaldehyde 

All other 

•Modified: 

•Bisphenol-formaldehyde-rosin 

•p-tert-Butylphenol-formaldehyde-rosin- 

Phenol-formaldehyde, ammoniated 

•Phenol-formaldehyde- aniline 

•Phenol-formaldehyde-rosin 

Phenol-formaldehyde, sulfonated 

All other 

•Phthalic alkyd resins: 
•Unmodified: 

•Phthalic anhydride-glyoerol 



■ »Phthalic anhydride-glycerol-glycol 

•Phthalic anhydride-glycerol-glycol- 

pentaerythritol . 
•Phthalic anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol 

•Phthalic anhydrlde-glycerol-sorbitol 

•Phthalic anhydride-glycol-pentaerythritol 

•Phthalic anhydride-pentaerythritol 

All other 

•UDdlfied: 

•Phthalic anhydride-adipic aoid-glycol 

•Phthalic anhydride-benzoic acid-glycerol 

Phthalic anhydride-benzoic acid-pentaerythritol 

•Phthalic anhydride -fumaric acid-glycerol 

Phthalic anhydride-fUmaric acid-glyoerol- 
pentaerythritol . 
•Phthalic anhydride -fumaric acid-glycerol-rosin- 
•Phthalic anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol- 
phenol-formaldehyde-rosln. 



^39. 

97, 204, 228, 511, 611. 

92, 402, 590. 

12, 76, 92, 156, 162, 212, 352, 373, 413, 473, 511, 

564, 616. 
228, 289, 379, 457, 534. 



22, 261, 272, 325, 373, 378. 

66, 272, 276, 378, 399, 413, 488, 511, 526, 590, 616. 

140, 299, 373, 378, 488, 526, 562, 590. 

18, 30, 57, 69, 185, 205, 378, 413, 466, 477, 488, 
502, 590, 611. 

276, 373. 

488, 590. 

5, 12, 18, 30, 47, 48, 57, 63, 87, 111, 135, 148, 
159, 179, 185, 195, 199, 205, 251, 276, 299, 301, 
316, 321, 352, 354, 373, 378, 399, 413, 453, 477, 
488, 493, 502, 526, 543, 547, 562, 590, 600, 611, 
613, 616. 

413, 526, 562, 590. 

47, 133, 276, 299, 453, 477, 488, 526, 562, 590. 

185, 590. 

30, 69, 98, 205, 261, 378, 488, 506, 526, 564, 590, 
623. 

66, 238, 272, 304, 313, 526, 611, 616. 

148, 238, 453, 526, 583, 611, 616. 

453, 526. 

276, 477, 502, 526, 590. 

131, 272, 304, 430, 453, 466, 477, 488, 526, 590, 

611, 616. 
212, 251, 272, 276, 526. 
87, 160, 251, 453, 488, 502, 519, 526, 590. 



2, 12, 22, 31, 49, 67, 70, 76, 83, 92, 93, 98, 108, 

125, 148, 156, 162, 174, 206, 214, 238, 248, 261, 

269, 272, 307, 313, 325, 334, 352, 364, 373, 410, 

413, 417, 430, 453, 473, 488, 502, 511, 526, 530, 

547, 549, 555, 556, 564, 583, 590, 607, 611, 616. 

2, 22, 28, 92, 98, 108, 131, 206, 261, 269, 352, 
373, 502, 511, 547, 616. 

325, 352, 373, 530, 607. 

22, 31, 55, 70, 76, 83, 93, 98, 108, 162, 183, 206, 
2U, 248, 269, 272, 325, 334, 352, 364, 373, 375, 
417, 430, 453, 473, 502, 511, 526, 547, 549, 555, 
564, 583, 607, 611, 616. 

70, 83, 98, 417, 473, 502, 526, 549, 611. 

31, 44, 55, 76, 93, 98, 206, 261, 272, 304, 334, 
352, 364, 373, 375, 381, 413, 417, 430, 473, 488, 
502, 511, 526, 530, 547, 564, 583, 611, 616. 

12, 22, 4^, 49, 67, 70, 76, 80, 83, 92, 93, 98, 131, 
162, 206, 2U, 248, 261, 272, 304, 313, 334, 352, 
373, 417, 430, 453, 473, 488, 502, 511, 526, 530, 
547, 556, 564, 583, 607, 611, 616. 

373, 413, 417, 430, 453, 467, 473, 502, 526, 564, 
616. 

272, 352, 417, 502, 530. 

22, 31, 108, 156, 334, 352, 373, 417, 502, 511, 526, 

547, 616. 
4-i, 76. 

76, 80, 148, 156, 261, 272, 417, 473, 511, 547. 
156, 214, 325, 364. 

162, 214, 272, 373, 511, 547, 564. 

55, 76, 108, 156, 261, 272, 430, 511, 526, 549, 616. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



123 



TMU MB. •-Synthetic orfric chemieala: Uttlcm and reain materiata for which United Stataa production or 
aalea were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955- -Continued 



Mnmifaoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



PLiSTICS AND RBSIN UATXRIAI^, BENZENDID — Continued 

»Phthalic alkyd resina — Continued 
•ikxUf led— Continued 
♦Fhthallc anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol- 

rosin and tall oil. 
»Phtlialic anhyiride-glyoerol-phenol-formaldehyde- 

»Phthallc anhydride-glyoerol-phenol-fonnaldehyde- 

rosin. 
»Phthalio anhydride-glyoerol-rosin 



Phtbalio anbydrlde-glyool-pentaeryUiritol tall 
oil. 
"Phthallo anhydride-maleio anhjrdride-glycerol — 



•Phthallc anhydride-maleio anhydride-glyoerol- 

pentaerjrthritol. 
»Ehthalic anhydride-maleio anhydride-glyoerol- 

pentaerythritol-rosin. 
Phthalio anhydride-maleio anhydride-glyoerol- 

phenol-formaldehyde-rosin. 
»Phthalio anhydride-maleio anhydride-glyoerol- 

rosin. 
»Phthallc anhydride-maleio anhydride- 

pentaerythritol . 
»Phthalio anhydride-maleio anhydride- 

pentaerythritol-rosin or tall oil. 
♦Phthalio anhydride-pentaerytliritol-rosin or 

tall oil. 

All other 

•Polyester resins: 

»Phthalio anhydride-maleio anhydride-glyool- 
styrene . 
All other - - • 

»Styrene resins: 
»PolyBtyrene 

•Styrene-acrylonltrlle copolymer 

«Styreue-alkyd polyester resins: 

»Phthalio anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol- 

styrene. 
»Ehthalio anhydride-glyoerol-styrene 

»phthalio anhydride-maleio anhydride-glyool- 
styrene. 

All other 

♦Styrene-hutadlene copolymer 

•Styrene-dlvinylbenzene copolymer 

All other 

Toluenesulfonamlde resins 

All other benzenoid plastics and resin materials 

PL&STICS AND RESIN UATEHIAI5, NOKBENZENOID 

»Aoetane-foniialdehyde resins 

Acrylic resins: 

Polybutyl methacrylate 

Polyethyl aorylate 

Polymethyl methacrylate 

All other 

»Aliyd resins (except phthalio): 
«Dnmodified: 

Adipic acid esters 

Fumarlc acid esters 

Ualelc anliydride esters: 

»Ualeio anhydrlde-pentaerythritol 

All other 

Sebacic acid esters : 

Sebacic acid-glyoerol 

Sebacic acid-glyool 

All other 

«lfcdified: 

Fumarlc acid esters: 
»Fumarlo acid-glyoerol- rosin 

•Fumarlc aold-pentaerythrltol-rosln 

All other - 



31, 67, 70, 76, 92, 93, 98, 108, 206, 33^, 413, 511, 

5A7, 549, 616. 
206, 272, 334, 352, 417, 430, 473, 502, 511, 526, 

530, 590, 616. 
2, 49, 70, 76, 98, 156, 183, 269, 272, 373, 502, 5U, 

526, 547, 611, 616. 
22, 70, 83, 92, 93, 98, 162, 24B, 272, 334, 352, 373, 

417, 430, 453, 488, 502, 511, 526, 530, 547, 583, 

611, 616. 
373, 526. 

22, 76, 80, 108, 21A, 261, 269, 272, 334, 352, 364, 
373, 422, 430, 461, 473, 502, 511, 526, 530, 547, 
616. 

76, 80, 269, 272, 373, 417, 422, 430, 461, 502, 511, 
526, 616. 

55, 80, 98, 214, 430, 5U, 526, 547. 

80, 511. 

22, 31, 44, 76, 156, 218, 269, 334, 352, 373, 430, 

502, 511, 526, 547, 564, 616. 
80, 261, 272, 325, 352, 422, 430, 461, 488, 502, 511, 

526, 547, 616. 
44, 156, 272, 325, 334, 352, 373, 430, 461, 511, 526, 

547, 611, 616. 
2, 31, 49, 76, 93, 98, 131, 162, 206, 304, 313, 334, 

352, 422, 473, 488, 511, 526, 530, 547, 556, 583, 

616. 
5, 22, 76, 80, 156, 2U, 261, 269, 304, 334, 373, 

417, 453, 461, 467, 473, 502, 511, 526, 547, 549, 

616. 

251, 352, 373, 413, 453, 502, 526, 530, 590, 611, 

616. 
49, 263, 313, 349, 381, 453, 488, 526, 530, 543, 547, 

552, 571, 583, 590, 594. 

133, 254, 276, 355, 511, 590. 
355, 571, 590. 

22, 92, 272, 334, 352, 373, 413, 430, 511, 547, 616. 

22, 92, 373, 417, 453, 4*8, 511, 526, 530, 547, 611, 

616. 
272, 413, 511, 526, 616. 

49, 276, 413, 467, 530, X. 

79, 133, 263, 355, 370, 398, 505, 562, 571, 580. 

212, 251, 355, 453, 586. 

212, 228, 276, 355, 417, 5U, 530, 579, 590. 

276, 530. 

199, 316, 413, 489, 611, 616. 



526, 530, 532, 590. 

417, 453, 562. 

307, 410, 453. 

8, 373, 417, 453. 

307, 373, 417, 453, 530, 579. 



272, 352, 413, 453, 502, 607. 

391, 473, 530, 549, 555. 

413, 430, 473, 511, 549, 6U. 

304, 417, 511, 530. 

98, 272, 453, 526, 616. 
453, 530. 
49, 301, 467. 



44, 14S, 156, 2U, 261, 272, 453, 502, 511, 526, 530, 

547, 583, 616. 
80, 183, 272, 453, 473, 488, 511, 526, 564, 611, 616. 
80, 2U, 473, 511, 547. 



124 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TAELE ]9B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Plastics and resin materials for which United Statem production or 
sales were reported, idertti tied by manufacturer , 7955--Continued 



Uamif acturers ' Identification nuinbere 
(according to list In table 27) 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIAIS, NONBENZENOID— 
Cantlmied 

»Aliyd resins (except phthalio) — Continued 
•Modified — Continued 

Malelc anhydride esters: 
oUaleic anhydride-glycerol-pentaerythritol- 

rosln. 
«Maleic anhydrlde-glycerol- rosin 

Maleic anhydride-glyool-rosin 

•Maleic anhydride-pentaerythrltol-rosln 

«Maleic anhytiride-pentaerythritol-tall oil 

All other 

All other modified alkyd resins 

Dicyandlamide resins 

Furfuryl resins 

Polyamide (nylon) resins 

•Polyethylene resins 

Polyfluoroethylene resina 

»Rosin and terpene adduct resins: 

»Fumario acid-rosin 

Maleic anhydride-rosin 

All other 

»Rosin and tall oil esters, unmodified: 

»Rosin-glyoerol 

•Rosin-glycerol-pentaerythritol — ■ 

»Rosln-pentaerythritol 

*Tall oil-pentaerythritol 

All other 

•Silicone resins 

xUrea and melamlne resins: 
<Urea-formaldehyde type: 

»Butylurea-formaldehyde 

«Urea-fonnaldehyde 

All other 

»Melamine-formaldehyde type: 

Butylmelamine-formaldehyde 

•Ifelamine-formaldehyde 

All other - 

♦Vinyl and vinyl copolymer resins: 

»Poly\rinyl acetate 

Polyvinyl alcohol 

Polyvinyl hutyral 

•Polyvinyl chloride and copolymer resins: 

Polyvinyl chloride 

Polyvinyl chloride-acetate copolymer 

All other- - — 

Polyvinyl ohloride-vlnylidene chloride oqpolymsr- 

All other — 

All other nonbenzenold plastics and resin materials 



98, 272, 511, 526, 538, 583. 

22, 66, 76, 83, 92, 93, 98, 131, 156, 174, 177, 238, 

272, 304, 373, 453, 488, 511, 526, 530, 583, 6U, 

616. 
261, 304. 
22, 31, 66, 67, 93, 156, 177, 261, 269, 272, 304, 

453, 461, 473, 511, 526, 556, 564, 611, 616. 
78, 80, 162, 183, 206, 325, 430, 511, 526, 547, 556, 

616. 
269, 304, 413, 549. 

22, 156, 413, 502, 530, 571, 590, 616. 
252, 572, 604. 
315, 477, X. 
371, 417, 438. 

133, 139, 276, 355, 417, -440, 492, 545, 591. 
398, 417. 

66, 156, 2U, 272, 304, 422, 453, 511, 526. 
272, 352, 511, 530. 
49, 304, 616. 

49, 131, US, 156, 177, 272, 304, 313, 325. 373, 

473, 511, 526, 547, 583, 6U, 616. 
177, 272, 304, 352, 526, 555, 583. 
78, 162, 177, 261, 272, 304, 430, 473, 4«8, 526, 

547, 583, 611, 616. 
2U, 272, 325, 352, 526, 583, 616. 
22, 272, 304, 352, 526, 590. 
326, 502, 511, 560, 590, 611. 



22, 276, 417, 453, 530, 611, 616. 

6, 22, 47, 92, 159, 195, 250, 252, 276, 301, 303, 
304, 307, 331, 346, 373, 410, 417, 453, 455, 477, 
493, 506, 526, 530, 532, 541, 547, 562, 571, 585, 
590, 592, 610, 611, 613, 616, X. 

417, 453, 530, X. 

276, 417, 453, 530, 611. 

276, 417, 466, 477, 526, 530, 547, 6U. 

140, 276, 453, 466, 530. 

10, 92, 107, 159, 307, 352, 353, 370, 410, 417, 430, 
453, 493, 497, 510, 526, 546, 552, 562, 583, 591, 
610. 

417, 510, 610. 

417, 510, 591. 

263, 276, 355, 398, 478, 505, 571, 580. 
276, 398, 546, 562, 580, 591. 
355, 398. 
355, 398, 580. 
417, 510, 519. 

212, 228, 298, 355, 417, 453, 519, 526, 547, 564, 
571, 583, 604. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



125 



Rubber-Processing Chemicals 



TABLE 21B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Ruhher-processing chemicals for which United States production or 
sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955 

[Rubber-processing chemicals for which separate statistics are given in table 21A are marked below with an 
asterisk (»); chemicals not so marked do not appear in table 21A because the reported data are accepted in 
confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taien from 
table 27. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designated product] 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICia-S, CYCLIC 

♦Accelerators : 

Aldehyde-amines : 

Acetaldehyde -aniline 

•n-Butyraldehyde-anlline 

'i,<l'-Dithlodimorpholine 

a-Ethyl-p-propylacrylanilide 

Formaldehyde-p-toluldine (Methylene-p-toluldine) 

Heptaldehyde-aniline 

Trie thy Itrimethylenetri amine 

»Dithiocarbamlc acid derivatives: 

Carbon disulfide-l,l'-methylenedipiperidine 

Dibenzyldithlocarbamlc acid, zinc salt 

Dibutyldithlocarbamio acid, diphenylguanldine 

salt. 
Dimethylethylene diphenyldlthiocarbamlc acid, 

lead salt. 

2,4-Dinitrophenyl dimethyldithiocarbamate 

Phenylenebis[dljiethyldlthlocarbnTiiate] 

Piperidinium pentamethylenedithiocarbamate 

Plperidinlum pentamethylenedithiocarbamlc acid, 

potassium salt. 
Guanidines : 

Dloatechol borate, di-o-tolylguanldine salt 

Diphenylguanldine 

Diphenylguanldine phthalate 

Di-o-tolylguanidlne 

Trlphenylguanldine 

»Thiazole derivatives : 

2-Benzothiazyl-N,N-dietliylthlocarbanorl sulfide — 

Bis[N,N'-2(2-benzothiazylthiomethyl)urea] 

N-tert-Butyl-2-benzot'riiazolesulfenamide 

N-Cyclohexyl-2-benzothiazolesulfenamide 

2,2'-Dithlobis[benzothiazole] (2,2'-Benzothiazyl 

disulfide). 

»2-Mercaptobenzothlazole 

2-Mercaptobenzothlazole, sodium salt 

2-Kfercaptobenzothlazole, zinc salt 

2-lfereaptobenzothiazoHiie 

N-CQcydiethylene-2-benzothiazolesulfenamlde 

kCscellaneous compounds : 

Dibenzylamine 

Dl-N-pentamethylenethluram tetrasulfide 

2-Imldazoline-2-thiol 

Poly-p-dinitrosobenzene 

p-Quinonedioxime 

p-Quinonedioxime dlbenzoate 

•►Antioxidants : 

Aldehyde- and acetone-amines: 

Acetaldehyde-am" line hydrochloride 

p-Amlnodiphenyl-acetone 

Aniline-acetone, acid derivatives 

Diphenylamine-acetone 

Diphenylamine-acetone-aldehyde 

p-Phenetidine -acetone 

Phenyl-2-naphthylamlne-acetone 

•Amino or hydroxy compounds : 

Aldol-a-naphthylamlne condensation 

p,p'-Dlaminophenylme thane 

2,5-Di-tert-amylhydroquinone 

p,p'-Dimethoxydiphenyl amine 

N,N'-Di-2-naphthol-p-phenylene diamine 

N,N'-Diphenylethylenediamlne 

N,N'-Diphenyl-p-phenylenediamine 

N,N'-Diphenylpropylenedlamine 

N, N'-Di-sec-octyl-p-phenylenediamlne 

Di-o-tolyle thy lene diamine 

Hydroquinone monobenzyl ether 

p-Hydroxydiphenylamine 

p-Isopropoxydiphenyl amine 

p,p '-Isopropylidenediphenol (P-Di-p-hydroxy- 

phenylpropane) . 

N-Lauroyl-p-amlnophenol 

2,2'-Methylenebls [-i-ethyl-S-tert-butylphenol] — 
2,2 '-Methylenebis U-methyl-e-tert-butylphenol] -- 

Ootyldiphenylamine 

Octyldiphenylamine, alkylated 



571, 580. 

276, 417, 571. 

276. 

62. 

<117. 

571. 

571. 

276. 
571. 



62. 

571. 
571. 
276. 
417. 



417. 

276, 530. 
276. 

417, 530. 
438. 

581. 

276. 
276. 
276. 
276, 505, 530, 571. 

276, 505, 530, 571. 

505, 530. 

505, 530. 

530. 

530. 

571. 
417. 
417. 
417. 
417. 
571. 



571. 

276. 

276. 

276, 571. 

571. 

276. 

571. 

580. 

571. 

276. 

417. 

580. 

62, 572. 

276, 417, 571, 580. 

62. 

439. 

62. 

580. 

417, 580. 

580. 

505. 

332. 
530. 
530. 
571. 
580. 



126 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

TABLE 2iB.- -Synthetic organic chanicala: Rubber -processing chemicals for which United States production or 
sates were reported, identified by manufacturer , J955- -Continued 



RUBBER-PRDCESSING CHEICCAI^, CYCLIC--Continued 



•Antioxidants — Continued 

•jtaiBO or hydroxy coii;x>unds — Continued 

Phenol, alkylated-styrenflted 

Fhenol, styrenated 

N-Pheiyl-1-naphthylamlne 

N-Phfii^l-2-naphtliylaiiilne 

M-Stearoyl-p-amlnophenol 

Tetramethyl diphenylethylenedlamine 

Thlobls [di-sec-anrlphenol] 

4,4'-'IMobls [e-tert-butyl-m-oresol] 

p- (p-Toluenes\ilf onanldo) diphenylamlne — 

N-o-Tolyl-2-naplitliylaaliie 

wii3ceUaiieous co:q>ounds: 

Dicresyl dlBulflde 

Nonylpheiyl pliosphltes, mixed 

2,2,'i-TrliBettiyldlliydroquliiolliie 

Blowing agents and proceselng aids : 

DinitroBopentaiBsthylenetetramlne 

p,p '-CKybis [benzenesulf onhydrazide ] 

Tall oil, trilBc^jropanolajnine salt 

Inhibitors: N-NitrosodiphenylaadiK 

Peptizers : 

o,o'-Dibenzajiildopheivl disulfide 

Dlxylyl dlBulfideB, mixed 

2-Naphthalenethiol (2-Naphtliylfflercaptaii)- 

Pentachlorobenzene thiol 

Phenylhydrazliie zinc chloride 

Xylene thiol 

Xylene thiol, zinc salt 

TaoMfiers : 

p-tert-Aa^rlphenol sulfide 

Bi8[lso-octylhydroxypheiplmethyleiie] 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(aooording to list in table 27) 



RUBBER- PROCESSING CHKMTCAT.S, ICYCLIC 

•Accelerators: 

•Dithlocarbamic acid derivatives: 

mbutyldlthiocarbamlc acid, dimethyl- 
cyclohexylamine salt. 

Dlbutyldithiooarbamlc acid, sodium salt 

•Mbutyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt 

Edethyldlthlocarbamio acid, selenium salt 

Diethyldlthiocarbamic acid, sodium salt 

Diethyldithiocarbamic acid, telliirium salt 

•Diethyldlthiocarbamic acid, zinc salt 

Dijaethyldlthiocarbamic acid, biamate salt 

Miethyldlthiocarbamic acid, copper salt 

Wmethyldlthlocarbamlc Eicid, dinKthylammonium 
salt. 

Dimethyldithiooarbamic acid, lead salt 

•Dinethyldlthiocarbamic acid, potassium salt — 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, selenium salt 

•Mmethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt and 
sodium polysulfide. 

An other 

Xhlurams: 

Tetrabutylthluram monosulfide 

Tetraethylthiuram disulfide 

•Tetramethylthiuram disulfide 

•Tetramethylthiuram monosulfide- 

Tetramethylthiuram tetrasulfide 

Xanthates : 

Di-n-butylxantho disulfide 

Diisopropyl mnt.hn disulfide 

Potassium butyl xanthate 

Sodium butyl xanthate 

Mtic. dlbutyl xanthate 

Miscellaneous con^iounds : 

n-Butyraldehyde-butylamine 

Di-n-butylammonlum oleate 

•Peptizers, lubricating, conditioning, and blowing 
agents: 

Alkyl mercaptans, mixed 

•Dodecyl mercaptans 

tert-Hexadecyl mercaptan 

Zinc lauiate 

Blowing agents: 

a,a'-Azobisformamide 

Urea-biuret mixture 

Lubricating and conditioning agents 



580. 

505, 580. 

417. 

417, 580. 

332. 

572. 

276. 

276. 

571. 

505. 

571. 
571. 
580. 

417, X. 

571. 

X. 

571, 580. 

530. 
417. 
417. 
417. 
417. 
417. 
417. 

581. 
99. 



309, 


417, 


571. 








127, 


309, 


417, 


505, 


571, 


581. 


127, 


581. 










309, 


451, 


571, 


581. 






127. 












127, 


276, 


309, 


505, 


571, 


581. 


127. 












127. 












571. 












127. 












505, 


571, 


581. 








127. 












417, 


505, 


571. 








580, 


581. 










571. 












505, 


571, 


581. 








224, 


263, 


276, 


417, 


505, 


571, 580, 581 


127, 


417, 


505, 


571. 






417. 












571. 












580. 












571. 












571. 












505, 


571. 










417. 












417. 












528. 












528, 


571, 


581, 


594. 






528. 












571. 












571. 












511. 












417. 













SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1953 



127 



Elastomers (Synthetic Rubbers) 



TABLE 22B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) for which United States production 
or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955 

[Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) for which separate statistics are given in table 22A are marked below with 
an asterisk (»); products not so marked do not appear in table 22A because the reported data are accepted 
in confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from 
table 27. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designated product] 



Product 


Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 


ELASTOMERS, CYCLIC 


96, 151, 263, 293, 314, 356, 398, «52, 460, 505, 
528, 571, 580. 

580. 
395. 


ELASTOMERS, ACYCLIC 








398, 399, 505, 571, 580. 

417. 

431, 534. 

474, 571. 

276, 580, 591. 

505. 






y . qp yp ^ y , 


oiyure an 


Reaction products of natural rubbers: 


P T 1 rl hi 1 t H 


oiymer ze c r na r 


326, 502, 560. 
417, 580, X. 







Plasticizers 



TAB£ 23B.'-Syntbetic organic chemicals: Plasticizers for which United States production or sales were reported, 

identi fied by manufacturer , 1955 

[Plasticizers for which separate statistics are given in' table 23A are marked below with an asterisk (»); 
products not so marked do not appear In table 23A because the reported data are accepted in confidence and 
may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 27. An X 
signifies that the manufacturer did not oonsent to the publication of his identification number with the 
designated product] 



Jfenuf aoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



PLAOTICIZERS, CYCLIC 

Caaphor, synthetic 

Coumarone-indene plastioizer 

N-Cyclohexyl-p-toluenesulfonamlde 

Dlbenzyl sebaoate 

Diethylene glycol dibenzoate 

Di-tert-octyldlphenyl oxide 

Diphenyl cyclohexyl, o-, m-, p- 

Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate 

N-Ethyl-p-toluenesulfonamide 

Isopropylideredlphenoxypropanol 

Naphthalene, alkylated 

Phenoxyethyl conjiounds 

Phosphoric acid esters : 

Cresyl diphenyl phosphate 

Wbutylphenyl phosphate 

Diphenyl mono-o-xenyl phosphate 

Diphenyl octyl phosphate 

Tri(p-tert-butylphenyl) phosphate 

»Tricresyl phosphate 

»Triphenyl phosphate 

Polyozyfll ka 1 erte phenol 

•Phthalic anhydride esters: 

Butyl benzyl phthalate 

Butyl cyclohexyl phthalate 

»Butyl decyl phthalate 

Butyl octyl phthalate 

Butyl phthalyl butyl glycolate 

Castor oil phthalate hydrogenated 

Diallyl phthalate 

Diamyl phthalate 

Dl(2-butoxyethyl) phthalate (Di(2-butyl cellosolve) 
phthalate ) . 



417. 

204. 

276. 

161, 349. 

188. 

355. 

276. 

188, 591. 

276. 

355. 

289. 

391. 

276, 577. 

276. 

355. 

276. 

355. 

68, 276, 292, 552, 577, 621. 

276, 355, 451, 552. 

391. 

276. 

611. 

46, 278, 577, 611. 

591. 

276. 

417. 

292, 402. 

298. 

292, 417, 434. 



128 



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TABLE 23B.--SynthetSc organic chemicals: Plasticizers tor which United States production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, JS155- -Continued 



PLASTICIZERS, CYCLIC- -Continued 

»Phthalio anhydride esters — Continued 
»Dlbutyl phthaiate 

•nicapryl phthaiate 

nioyclohexyl phthaiate 

«Didecyl phthaiate 

Di(2-(2-ethoxyethDxy)ethyl) phthaiate (Dlcarbltol 

phthaiate). 
Di(2-ethDxyethyl) phthaiate ( Dlcellosolve 
phthaiate) . 

m(2-ethyl'butyl) phthaiate 

•Diethyl phthaiate 

Dihexyl phthaiate 

Diisobutyl phthaiate 

»Dilsodeoyl phthaiate 

»Dl(2-iiiethj3Xyethyl) phthaiate (ni(inethyl cello- 
solve ) phthaiate ) . 

»DiiiEthyl phthaiate 

Dlnonyl phthaiate 

»Dloctyl phthalates: 

»Di(2-ethylhezyl) phthaiate 

»Dllso-octyl phthaiate 

»Di-n-ootyl phthaiate and mlxtureB 

Diphenyl phthaiate 

Ethyl phthalyl ethyl glycolate 

Ifcthyl phthalyl ethyl glycolate 

»Ootyl decyl phthaiate 

All other phthallc anhydride esters 

Tetrahydrofurfuryl oleate 

Toluenesulf onamide , o-, p- mixture 

PLASTICIZERS, ACYCLIC 

»Adipio acid esters: 

Dl(2-C2-butoxyethoxy)ethyl) adlpate (DiCbutyl 

carbitol) adipate) . 
Di(2-butoxyethyl) adipate (Di (butyl celloBOlve) 
adlpate ) . 

Dicapryl adlpate 

»Dideoyl adlpate 

»Di(24ethylhexyl) adlpate — 

Dl-n-heiyl adlpate ^^ 

Diisoan^yl adipate 

Diisobutyl adlpate 

»Dllso-ootyl adlpate 

Dlnonyl adipate 

Dipropyl adlpate 

Octyl decyl adlpate 

All other adlplo acid esters 

Azelaio acid esters : 

Di-n-butyl azelate 

Dl(2-ethylbutyl) azelate 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) azelate 

Diisobutyl azelate 

All other azelaic acid esters 

2-Butcixyethyl dlglyool carbonate 

Butyl myristate 

Castor oil maleate 

Citric and aoetyloitric acid esters 

Di(butoxyethoxyethyl) methane 

Dibutyl maleate 

Dibutyl tariirate ' 

Dicapryl dlglycolate 

Dlethylene glycol dlpelargonate 

Diethylene glycol ester of coconut oil fatty acid— 

Glyceryl dlacetyl tartrate monoesters 

Glyceryl tributyrate (Tributyrin) 

Glyceryl tripropionate 

Isopropyl myristate 

Laurie acid esters 

•Oleic acid esters: 

2-Butoxyethyl oleate (Butyl cellosolye oleate) 

»Butyl oleate 

Dime thy lamlne oleate 

Glyceryl trioleate (Triolein) 

•Methyl oleate 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



i6, 68, 231, 276, 292, 298, 349, 352, 370, All, 439, 

511, 554, 577, 611. 
161, 278, 292, 453, 611. 
276, 292, 417, 611. 
439, 485, 580, 591, 621. 
292. 



292. 



439. 

243, 276, 298, 304, 439, 611. 

161, 540. 

439. 

46, 276, 277, 278, 292, 349, 370, 577, 611. 

292, 417, 434, 439. 

243, 276, 417, 439, 611. 
278, 485. 

46, 68, 161, 231, 276, 278, 292, 349, 370, 417, 439, 

485, 511, 577, 591, 611, 621. 
46, 231, 276, 278, 292, 304, 349, 370, 439, 485, 511, 

577, 611, 621. 
277, 352, 580. 
276. 
276. 
276. 
46, 276, 278, 292, 304, 349, 439, 485, 577, 591, 611, 

621. 
304, 349, 485, 591, 621. 
223, 278, 501. 
276. 



276, 292, 417, 485. 

161. 

46, 278, 292, 349, 370, 485, 580, 591, 611, 621. 

278, 292, 352, 434, 439, 591, 621. 

161, 434. 

453. 

292, 370, 439, 485, 621. 

46, 161, 276, 278, 292, 339, 349, 439, 453, 621. 

278. 

434. 

292, 349, 621. 

434, 580, 591. 

434. 

501. 

349, 439, 485, 501. 

339, 434, 439. 

352, 621, X. 

547. 

490. 

453. 

439, 553. 

395. 

46, 370. 

434. 

292. 

501. 

223, 464. 

464. 

439. 

439. 

lAl, 490. 

241, 339, 434. 

339, 434. 

292, 339, 410, 434, 474, 490. 

453. 

223, 501, 567. 

241, 434, 474, 490, 501. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, \955 129 

TABLE 23B-- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Plasticizers for which United States production or salea were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 19 55- -Continued 



Momif acturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



PLASTICIZERS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

"Oleic acid esters — Continued 

n- Propyl oleate 

TriethanDlamine oleate 

All other oleic acid esters 

Palmitic acid esters 

Pentaerythrltol caproic acid ester 

•Phosplioric acid esters : 

Tri(2-butoxyethyl) phosphate (Trl(butyl cello- 
solve) phosphate). 

Trlbutyl phosphate 

Triethyl phosphate 

Triisobutyl phosphate 

Trloctyl phosphate 

Polyethylene glycol dl-2-ethylheioate 

Polyethylene glycol ester of soybean Oil fatty acid- 
Rlcinoleio and aoetylrlcinoleic acid esters: 

n-Butyl acetylricinoleate 

Butyl ricinoleate 

Cyclohezyl ricinoleate 

Diethylene glycol monoricinoleate 

•Glyceryl monoricinoleate 

Glyceryl trlacetylricinoleate 

2-lfethoxyethyl acetylricinoleate (Ifethyl cello- 
solve acetylricinoleate). 

Ifethyl acetylricinoleate 

Ifethyl ricinoleate 

Propylene glycol monoricinoleate 

All other ricinolelc and acetylricinoleic acid 
esters. 
•Sebaclc acid esters: 

DisM^l sebacate 

Di(2-butoxyethyl) sebacate (Dl(butyl cellaolve) 
sebacate) . 

»Dibutyl sebacate 

Dicapiyl sebacate 

DiC2-ethylhezyl) sebacate 

Wiso-octyl sebacate 

Wisopropyl sebacate 

IM methyl sebacate 

Polyethylene glycol 2-ethylheayl sebacate 

♦Stearic acid esters: 

2-Butoxyethyl stearate (Butyl oellosolve stearate) 

»Butyl stearate ■ 

Diethylene glycol distearate 

r HTTi^t.hy T flTnmnTTfinn Steai^tC 

2-Ethylbutyl stearate 

2-Ethylhexyl stearate 

Ethyl stearate 

Glyceryl mDnohydroxystearate 

Glyceryl trlstearate ( Tristearin) 

2-lifethoxyethyl stearate (Ifethyl cellosolve 
stearate) . 

Ifethyl dichlorostearlc acid 

Methyl pentachlorostearate 

Methyl stearate 

Polyglyceryl stearate 

All other stearic acid esters 

»Triethylene glycol dl(o8g>rylate-caprate) 

Trlethylene glycol di-2-ethylbutyrate 

Triethylene glycol dl-2-ethylhexoate 

All other acyclic plasticizers 



101, 501. 

101, 'i53. 

292, A3A, -;53. 

^, 241, A3A, 439, 490. 

304. 

292. 

292, 554. 

439. 

439. 

591. 

591. 

485. 

282. 

282, 485. 

485. 

97. 

97, 223, 282, 339, 474. 

282. 

282, 485. 

282. 

282, 474. 
282, 434. 
485. 



453. 
485. 

161, 

161. 

161, 

46, 

X. 

161, 

349. 

292, 
46, 

410, 
453. 
485. 
292. 
434. 
474. 
567. 
434. 

594. 
594. 

434. 

464. 

434, 

46, 

591 

591 

46, 



278, 339, 349, 370, 439, 453, 485. 

278, 339, 349, 370, 439, 453, 485. 
161, 278, 453. 



101, 161, 231, 292, 434, 474, 485, 490, 554. 
434- 



241, 349, 567. 

276, 349, 395, 453, 479, 591. 



130 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Surface -Active Agents 



TABLE 2'^B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Stir face-active agents for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1955 

ISurf ace- active agents for iriiich separate statistics are given in table 2Ak are marked below with an asterisk 
(*); products not so marked do not appear in table 2AA because the reported data are accepted in confi- 
dence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 27. 
An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with 
the designated product] 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, CYCLIC 

»Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated: 

Amylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

Anhydrohexitol castor oil ester 

Anhydrohexltol castor oil polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexitol dllaurate 

Anhydrohexltol dllaurate polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexitol dloleate 

Anhydrohexltol glycerol monolaurat.e 

Anhydrohexitol monolaurate 

Anhydrohexltol monolaurate polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexitol mono-oleate 

Anhydrohexitol mono-oleate polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexltol monopaljnltate 

Anhydrohexltol monopalmitate polyoxyalkylene ether- 

Anhydrohexltol monostearate 

Anhydrohexitol monostearate polyoxyalkylene ether — 

Anhydrohexltol sesqul-oleate 

Anhydrohexitol tall oil ester 

Anhydrohexltol tall oil polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexltol tetrastearate 

Anhydrohexltol trioleate 

Anhydrohexltol trioleate polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexltol trirlcinoleate 

Anhydrohexltol trirlcinoleate polyoxyalkylene ether 

Anhydrohexltol tristearate 

Anhydrohexltol tristearate polyoxyalkylene ether 

Dllsobutylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol . 

Dlpropylene glycol salicylate 

Dodecylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

Glucose polyoxyalkylene distearate 

Glucose polyoxyalkylene ether polyoxyalkylene 

oleate. 

Glucose polyoxyalkylene oleate 

Iso-octylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

•Nonylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

n-Octylphenoxy polyethojtyethanol 

Tetradecylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

»Nitrogen-containlngv surface-active agents, nonsul- 
fonated: 

N-Alkylethylmorpholinium ethosulfate 

Benzylcetyldlmethylammonlum chloride 

Benzyldimethyloctylammonium chloride 

Benzyldlmethylphenylammonium chloride 

1- ( 1-Benzyl-l-hydroxyethyl ) -2-trldecylimldazollnlum 

chloride. 

»Benzyllauryldimethylammonium chloride 

Benzylpolyethoxy coconut oil ammonium chloride 

Benzyltrimfithylammonium chloride 

Benzyltrlmethylammonium hydroxide 

Caprylethyl-5-hydroxycycloimidine, sodium ethylate, 

sodium ethlonate. 
Cetylpyridinium chloride (Hexadecyl-pyridinium 

chloride) . 
3,<i-Dichlorobenzyllauryldlmethylammonlum chloride — 
l,l-Dihydroxyethyl-2-heptadecenylimldazolinlum 

chloride. 

Dodecylbenzyltriethylammonlum chloride 

Dodecylbenzyltrimethylammonlum chloride 

Dodecylmethylbenzyltrimethylammonlum chloride 

Ethanol diphenylethylenedlamine 

Ethoxybenzyldlmethyloctylphenoxyammonium chloride — 

2-Heptadecyl-l-hydroxyethyl-2-imldazoline 

2-Lauroyloxyethylcarbamylmethylpyrldlnium chloride 

(Lauryl ester of colamlnoforraylmethylpyrldtnium 

chloride) . 

Lauryldlmethylbenzyldimethylaramonium chloride 

Laurylethyl-5-hydroxycyclolmldlne, sodium ethylate, 

sodium ethlonate . 

Laurylpyridinium chloride 

Mixed fatty acid Imidazolines 

Oxazoline, substituted 



527. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391, 527. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391, 527. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

391. 

453, 519. 

X. 

276. 

391. 

519. 

391. 

474, 519. 

367, 385, 391, 453, 519, 527, X. 

527, 591. 

470. 



391. 

410, 416, 453, 595. 

410. 

519. 

604. 

224, 410, 462, 527, 569, 595. 

519. 

554. 

595. 

72. 

318, 327, 595. 

410, 569, 595 
604. 

464. 

470. 

453, 595. 

95. 

453. 

604. 

464. 



569. 
72. 

594. 
160. 
554. 



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131 



TASJE 248. --Synthetic orianic chemicala: Surface-active agents tor which United Statea production or aalea 
were reported, identified by aami facturer . 1955- -Continued 



Uanafaoturers ' Identification mmftjers 
( accord 1 Tig to list in table 27) 



SDRFACE-ACTIVE JUiKNTS, CICLIC — Ccsrtlmied 

•Nltrogen-ocntaining surface-active agents, 
nansulfcmated — Contimied 

Roeln andLno polyethoxyethanol 

Rosin soap of polyamidoi ml dazoline » 

Stearoylethyl-5-hydroxyeyclo1 uridine, sodivm 
ethylate, sodium ethionate. 

Stearyl imidazoline 

Stearyloxyethyloarbaajylmethylpyridinium chloride — 

2-Undecyl-l-hydroxyethyl-2-lnilda2oline 

N-^lol stearamide 

•Sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface-active agents: 
»Aliyl benzenoid ccnpounds , sulfated and sulfonated: 

Decylbenzenesulfonic acid type 

Dldodecylbenzenesulfonlc acid type 

♦Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid type 



Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, butylanmonium salt — 
Dodeoylbenzenesulfonlc acid, Isqpropylaiiiiionlum 

salt. 
Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, triethanolamine salt 

Dodecyltolueneeulfonio acid type 

All other 

»Iignin derivatives, sulfonated: 

Calcium lignosulfonate 

Magnesium lignosulfonate 

Sodium lignosulfonate 

»N8i>hthalene derivatives, sulfonated: 

Benzylnaphthalenesulfonic acid, mono- 

Butylis opropy Insphthalenesu If nri 1 c acid, sodium 
salt. 

•Butylnaphthalenesulfonic acid, mono 

•Dianylnaphthalenesulfonlc acid 

»Dibutylnaphthalenesulfonic acid --, 

»Dilsqpropylnaphthalenesulfonic acid — ►-■ 

*Isopropylnaphthalenesulfonlc acid *• 

1,1 -Methylenebis ( 2-naphthalenesulf onlc acid) 

Mixed alkylated naphthalenesulfonic acid 

Octylnaphthalenesulfonio acid 

Tetrahydronaphthalenesulfonlc acid 

•Petroleum aromatic conjjounds, sulfonated: 

»Acld- layer-type petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt- 

Oil-layer-type petroleum sulfonate 

Oil-layer-type petroleum sulfonate, ammoni'um salt 
Oil-layer-type petroleum sulfonate, barium salt — 
Oil- layer- type petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt- 

011-layer-type petroleum sulfonate, lead salt 

»011-layer-type petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt — 

*A11 other sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface- 
active agents: 

Butylblphenylsulfonlc acid 

Butylhydroxybiphenylsulfonlc acid 

N-Cyolohexylpalmitoyltaurine 

Ditwtylhydroxyblphenyldisulfonlo acid 

N,N-Dlethylcyclohexyl amine salt of lauryl sulfate 

N-Methyldodecylbenzyltaurine, sodium salt 

Nonylphenoxy polyethoxyethyl sulfate 

0otylpheno3£y polyethoxyethyl sulfate 

Octylphenoxy polyethoxyethyl sulfonate 

Toluene sulfonate, sodium salt 

Trichlorophenol sulfate, ethanolamine salt 

J^lene sulfonate, sodium salt 

SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC 
•Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated: 

Diethylene glycol ester of tall oil fatty acid 

•Diethylene glycol monolaurate 

*Diethyle:ie glycol mono-oleate 

•Diethylene glycol monostearate 

Diisobutylene maleate, sodium salt 

Dlpolyethoxyethyl ether of polyoxypropylene glycol- 
Ethylene glycol mono-oleate 

Ethylene glycol monostearate 

Glycerol dioleate 

Glycerol maleate mono-oleate 

Glycerol mono and di esters of fatty acids 

Glycerol monococate 

Glycerol monoester of lard 

Glycerol monolaurate 



527. 
370. 
72. 

73. 

604. 
536. 



73, 276. 

349. 

26, 41, 60, 86, 90, 170, 237, 276) 279, 296, 307, 
341, 374, 385, 391, 432, 438, 443, 453, 464, 490, 
518, 532, 536, 539, 561, 568, 572, 576, 588, 605, X. 

276, X. 

25, 532, 615, X. 

90, 615. 

453. 

605. 

23, 118, 286. 

118. 

118. 

519. 
288. 

101, 283, 489. 

307, 385, 532, 604. 

331, 385, 519, 532, 604. 

349, 370, 410, 417, 474, 519, 536. 

233, 417, 438, 530, 572. 

417. 

160, 189, 567. 

95. 

417. 



197 


403 


484 


512 


529 






529 














403 














403 


443 


530 










377, 


403 












539 














10, 


106, 


158, 


197, 


319, 


377, 397 


, 403, 421, 453 


484, 512, 539. 








276. 














276. 














519. 














276. 














417. 














470, 














279 


519 












90, 


453. 












453. 














227 


432 


518 


536 








519. 














227, 


518 


536 


615 








464 


X. 












97, 


132, 


339, 


434, 


474. 






97, 


339, 


434, 


464, 


474, 


501. 




41, 


43, 97, 141, 223, 307, 327, 


339, 434, 464, i 


453. 














518. 














319 


434 


605 










141, 


23 


339 


434 


615 


622. 




391. 














464. 














86, 


339, 


464, 


500, 


622. 






339, 


374 


X. 










567, 


X. 












97, 


339, 


434. 











132 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 24B.--Synt/ie tic organic chemicals: Surface- active agaits for which United States productior> or aalea 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, W55- -Continued 



aiRFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

"Esters and ethers, nansulfonated — Ccetinued 
^Glycerol mono-oleate 



"Glycerol monostearate- 



Hejdtol polyoxyalkylene teeswax ester 

Hexitol polyoxyaliylene dloleate 

Hexitol polyoxyallsylene fatty add ester 

Hexitol polyoxyalkylene hexalaurate 

Hexitol polyoxyallqrlene hexaolepte 

Hexitol polyoxyalkylene hexastearate 

Hexitol polyoxyalkylene hexa(tall oil) eeter--- 

Hexitol polyoxyal]^lene lanolin ester 

Hexitol polyoxyaliylene oleate 

Hexitol polyoxyalkylene pentalaurate 

Hexitol polyoxyalkylene penta(tall oil) ester— 
Hexitol polyoxyaUsylene tetra{oleate, laurate) 

ester. 
Hexitol polyoxyalkylene tetra(tall oil) ester— 

Methoxy polyethoxyethyl coconut oil ester 

Polyettioxyethyl castor oil ester 

"Polyethoxyethyl coconut oil ester 

Polyethoxyetlyrl decyl ether 

"Polyethoxyethyl di laurate 

"Polyethoxyethyl dloleate 

Polyethoxyethyl dlstearate 

Polyethoxyethyl tert-dodeoyl thioether 

Polyethoxyethyl fatty acid ester 

Polyethoxyethyl lauryl ether 

"Polyethoxyethyl mcmolaurate 



"Polyethoxyethyl mono-oleate- 



Polyethoxyethyl monopalmitate 

Polyethoxyethyl monoricinoleate- 
"Polyethoxyethyl monostearate 



Polyethoxyethyl oleyl ether 

Polyethoxyethyl palmitoyl ethanol 

Polyethoxyethyl rosin ester 

Polyethoxyethyl soybean fatty acid ester 

Polyethoxyethyl stearyl ether 

Polyethoxyethyl tall oil ester 

Polyethoxyetl^l tallow ester 

"Polyethoxyethyl tridecyl ether 

Polyglyoerol oleate 

Polyoxyalkylene castor oil ether 

Polyoxyalkylene glycollate 

Polyoxyalkylene lanolin ether 

Polyoxyalkylene resin ester 

1,2-Propylene glycol monococate 

"1,2-Propylene glycol monolaurate 

1,2-Propylene glycol mono-oleate 

"1,2-Propylene glycol monostearate 

Propylene glycol polyoxyalkylene stearate 

Propylpolyethoiyethyl ether of polyoxypropylene 
glycol. 
"Mitrogen-containing surface-active agents, 
nonsulf onated : 

Aliylamlno polyethoxyethanol 

Alkylsulfonamidoacetic acid, sodium salt 

N- (Amlnoe thy 1 )- N- (hydxoxyetiiyl ) ole amide 
( Oleamide of amlnoethylethanolamlne ) . 

»N- ( Amlnoe thyl) -N- (hydroxyethyl )stearaiiiide 
(Stearamide of amlnoethylethanolamlne). 

Cetylbetaine (Hexadeoylbetaine) 

Cetylethyldlmethylammonium bromide 

Cetyl, lauryl trimethylammonium bromide- — ~ 

Cetyltrimethylammanlum bromide ; 

Cetyltrimethylammonium stearate 

Coconut oil amide of aminoethylethanolamine 

"Coconut oil amide of mono(dlethaQolamlne) 
(Dlethanol laur amide). 

"Coconut oil amide of bis(diethanolamine) 

"Coconut oil amide of dlethanolamine, neither mono 
nor bis. 

Coconut oil amide of diethylenetriamine 

Coconut oil amide of diisopropanolamlne 

Coconut oil amide of Iscpropanolamlne 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



97, 223, 319, 324, 339, 391, A3A, UlU, 501, 567, 

605, 615. 
29, 97, lAl, 223, 296, 327, 339, 391, 434, 474, 

546, 567, X. 
391. 
391. 
391. 
391. 
391. 

41, 391. 
391. 
391. 
391. 
391. 
391. 
391. 

391. 

434, 567. 

391, 464, 519, 604. 

296, 568, 605. 

391. 

97, 317, 339, 410, 434, 604. 

10, 43, 97, 339, 391, 434, 572, 604, 605. 

43, 97, 339, 434, X. 

276, 581, 605. 

141, 288, 307, 519, 527. 

307, 391, 417, 519, X. 

10, 17, 42, 43, 97, 2U, 339, 434, 474, 519, 540, 

567, 604, 622. 
10, 41, 43, 97, 339, 391, 410, 434, 474, 519, 540, 

567, 572, 604, 605. 
391. 

97, 339, 434, 474. 
41, 43, 97, 224, 317, 339, 391, 410, 434, 453, 474, 

519, 604, 622, X. 
385, 391, 417, 519. 
519. 
X. 

410. 
391. 

41, 95, 211, 276, 391, 464, 474, 519, 605. 
89, 572, 605. 
391, 519, 605, X. 
464. 
527. 
527. 
391. 
391, X. 
567, X. 

339, 434, 567, X. 
339, 434. 

223, 2%, 339, 434, 464, X. 
391. 
518. 



519, 527. 

519. 

333, 474, 536. 

41, 60, 86, 101, 252, 307, 331, 333, 410, 417, 

474, 490, 500, 519, 536, 572. 
417, 595. 
595. 
417. 
595. 
595. 

41, 474, 500, 567. 
60, 90, 132, 141, 296, 317, 333, 410, 464, 474, 

500, 536, 561, 568, 604, 605, 615. 
41, 42, 59, 247, 307, 532, 536, 615. 
73, 86, 252, 270, 279, 513, X. 



95, 474, 615. 

X. 

279, 536, 615. 



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133 



TABLE 2^. "Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface- ac live agents for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



Mnmifacturers' identiflbatlan numbers 
(according to list In. table 27) 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGEKTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

»Nltrogen-oontalninf surface-active agents, non- 

sulfonated — Contlmied 
Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamine (Ethanol 

lauramlde ) . 

Coconut oil trimethylamnonlum chloride 

Decylbetalne 

Dicoconut oil dimethylammonium chloride 

N, N-Diethylethy lene bis-stearamide 

Dlhydrogenated tallow dimethylammonium chloride 

N,N-Di(2-hydroxyethyl)bisoleamide 

N,N-Di(2-hydroxyethyl)capramide 

N,N-Di(2-hydroxyethyl)lauramide (Diethanolamlne 

laurate ) . 
»N,N-Dl(2-hydroxyethyl)oleamide (Dlethanol oleamide) 
»N,N-Di(2-hydroxyethyl)stearamide (Dlethanol 

s tear amide) . 

Dllaurylammonium bromide 

Dodeoyltrlmethylammonium brcmide 

Dodecyltrimethylammcinium chloride 

Dodecyltrimethylammonium tosylate 

H,N-Ethylene bisoleamide ^^ 

N,N- Ethylene bis-stearamide 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)myristamide (Ethanol myrlstandde) 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)oleaniide (Ethanol oleamide) 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)stear amide 

N-(Hydroxymethyl)stearamide (Methylolstearamide) 

N-(2-Hydroxypropyl)oleamide (Isopropanol oleamlde)- 

Lauric, myristlc diethanolamlne 

N-Lauroylisopropanolamide 

N-Lauroylpolypeptide — 

N-Lauroylsarcosln, sodium salt 

OctadecylethyMimethylammanium bromide 

Octadeoyltrimethylammanium chloride 

Oleamide of diethylenetriamlne 

N-Oleoylsarcosin, sodium salt 

Oleylamino polyethoxyethanol 

Oleylblguanide hydrochloride 

Oleylpolypeptlde 

Palm oil amide of aminoethylethanolamine 

Polyethoxyethanol mixed fatty amides and amines 

Polyethoxyethyl casein 

Polypeptide 

Soybean oil acyl chloride salt of sodium 

lysalbinate. 
Soybean oil diethylenetriamine-ethylene oxide 

addition product, anmonium salt. 

Soybean oil trimethylammonlum chloride 

»Stearamlde of diethylenetriamlne 

Stearamlde of ethylenediamine 

Stearamide of tetraethylenepentamine 

l-Stearamido-l' -adipoamido diethylenetriamlne 

l-Stearamldo-l' -sebacamido diethylenetriamlne 

Stearic acid ester of N-(2-hydroxyethyl) stearamlde 

N-Stearoylsaroosin, sodium salt 

Stearylamino polyethoxyethanol 

Stearylblguanlde hydrochloride 

Tallow amide of diethanolamlne 

Tallow trimethylammonlum chloride 

Tetrakis (hydroxyethyl polyoxyethylene- 
polyoxypropylene ) ethylenediamine . 

Triethanolamine , coconut oil ester 

Trlethanolamlne linoleate 

Triethanolamine oleate 

Triethanolamine stearate 

TrHntfit.hyl g+.pnryl pTTrmnTi-ti ini brcanlde 

All other- - — 

•Phosphorous -containing surface-active agents, 

nonsulf onated : 

Alkyl polyphosphates, mixed, sodium salt 

Capryl, octyl phosphate 

Decyl phosphate, triethanolamine salt 

Ethylhexyl phosphate, sodium salt 

Lauryl phosphate 

Mxed mono- and diaUsyl acid phosphates 

Mixed mono- and dialiyl acid phosphates, 

diethanolamlne salt. 

Octyl polyphosphate, sodium salt 

Stearyl phosphate, triethanolamine salt 



Al, 60, 95, 252, 296, 385, 410, 4M, 536. 

9. 

417. 

9. 

216. 

9. 

41. 

604. 

10, 43, 95, 417, 572. 

10, 101, 223, 464, 604, 615. 

41, 42, 95, 258, 317, 385, 474, 513, 532, 536, 604, 

615. 
410. 
417. 
9. 

595. 
223. 

223, 519, 604. 
464. 
252. 
615. 
417. 
464. 
385, X. 
604. 
305. 

519, 604, X. 
595. 
9. 

333. 
519. 

519, 604. 
519. 
305. 
101. 

9, 160, 391, 519, X. 
519. 
305. 
11. 

519. 

9, 572. 

95, 233, 252, 307, 333, 410", 490. 

464. 

410, 490, 500. 

95. 

95. 

464. 

519. 

519. 

519. 

296. 

9. 

513. 

615. 

214. 

2U, 339, 4^7, 572. 

17. 

417. 

40, 500, 605. 



368. 

368, 500. 

90. 

591. 

417. 

417. 

417. 

368. 

90. 



134 



TAOS. 2V.--Syntheti 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

rganic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which United State 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



product i 



Manaf aoturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

»Salts of fatty acids, nonsulfonated: 

Castor oil, potassium salt 

»Cooonut oil, potassium salt 

Com oil, potassium salt 

Com oil, sodium salt 

Fish oil, potassium salt 

Mixed fatty acids, calcium salt 

Mixed vegetable oils, potassium salt 

Olive oil, sodiiim salt 

»Potassium laurate 

"Potassium oleate 

Potassiiim resinate 

Potassium stearate 

"Potassium tallate 

"Sodium oleate 

•Sodium stearate 

Sodium tallate 

Soybean oil, potassium salt 

Tallow, potassium salt 

"Tallow, sodium salt 

"Sulfated and sulfonated acyclic surface -active 
agents : 
"Acids, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Acetyloleio acid, sulfonated 

Coconut oil fatty acids, sulfonated ■ — 

Fish oil fatty acids, sulfonated 

"Oleic acid, sulfonated (Sulfonated red oil) 

Rlcinoleic acid, sulfonated 

Soybean oil fatty acids, sulfonated 

"Alcohols, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Capryl, octyl sulfate 

Cetyl, oleyl sulfate 

Decyl sulfate 

n-Decyloxyethyl sulfate 

3,9-Diethyl-6-tridecyl sulfate 

2-EthyIhexyl sulfate 

7-Ethyl-2-methyl-4-undecyl sulfate 

Hexadecyl sulfate 

Hexyloxypropyl sulfate, sodium salt 

Lauryl, oleyl sulfate, sodium salt 

Lauryl sulfate, 2-amino-2-methyl propanol salt — 

Lauryl sulfate, ammonixim salt 

Lauryl sulfate, diethanolamine salt 

Lauryl sulfate, magnesium salt 

Lauryl sulfate, monoethanolamlne salt 

Lauryl sulfate, potassium salt 

"Lauryl sulfate, sodium salt (Sodium dodecyl 

sulfate). 

"Lauryl sulfate, trlethanolamine salt 

Octadeoyl sulfate (Stearyl sulfate) 

Polyethoxyethyl lauryl sulfate, trlethanolamine 

salt. 

Polyethoxyethyl octadecyl sulfate 

Polyethoxyethyl tridecyl sulfate, ammonium salt- 

Polyethoxyethyl tridecyl sulfate, sodium salt 

"Esters, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Bls-sulfosucclnate ester of tallow monoglyceride 

Butyl ethylene glycol sulfo-oleate 

n- Butyl sulfo-oleate 

n-Butyl sulforlcinoleate, sodium salt 

Dloapryl sulfosuccinate, sodium salt 

Diethylene glycol ester of tall oil fatty acid, 

sulfated. 

Di(2-ethylhexyl)sulfosuccinate, sodium salt 

Dihexyl sulfosuccinate, sodium salt 

Ethyl, butyl sulfoaconitate, sodium salt 

Ethyl sulfo-oleate 

Glycerol mano(cocouut oil) ester, sulfated, 

ammonium salt. 
Glycerol mono(ooconut oil) ester, sulfated, 

sodium salt. 
Glycerol mcmostearate sulfoacetate, sodium salt- 

Glycerol tri( sulfo-oleate) 

"Isopropyl sulfo-oleate 

Lauryl sulfoacetate 

Methyl sulfo-oleate 

Methyl, ethyl, propyl sulfo-oleate 

Mixed aUsyl ethers, sulfated 



307, 572. 

34, 41, 252, 331, 589. 

34, 247, 498, 605. 

17, 34. 

519. 

128. 

34. 

532. 

42, 43, 474, 567. 

41, 43, 101, 214, 307, 309, 331, 474, 498, 515, 536, 
561, 589, 605. 

605. 

307, 536, 620. 

17, 34, 42, 43, 132, 247, 307, 498, 500, 605. 

24, 41, 43, 252, 307, 385, 474, 500, 515, 536, 567. 

40, 231, 474, 536, 558, 572, 620. 

42, 307, 474, 500. 
34, 567. 

307. 

262, 307, 498, 567. 



417. 

515. 

73. 

24, 73, 74, 86, 132, 165, 170, 232, 233, 270, 307, 

324, 343, 385, 410, 474, 490, 500, 515, 516, 519, 

530, 567, 572, 605. 
474, 567. 
474. 



500. 




283, 410. 




410, 417. 




X. 




591. 




591. 




591. 




255, 417, 519, 604. 




X. 




255, 417. 




417. 




90, 255, 279, 296, 410. 




90, 417. 




90, 255. 




90, 288. 




90, 296. 




41, 90, 255, 279, 296, 307, 


308, 333, 391, 410, 417, 


453, 462, 572. 




90, 255, 279, 296, 308, 410, 


417. 


95, 255, 296, 307, 417, 568. 




296. 




417. 




391. 




391. 




530. 




331, 572. 




41, 43, 410, 490, 532, 572. 




485. 




453. 




530. 




41, 307, 331, 385, 474, 500 


530, 568. 


530, 604. 




41. 




132, 519. 





462, 519, X. 

464. 

101, 307, 530. 

60, 233, 307, 349, 500, 513, 572. 

438. 

490. 

474. 

296. 



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135 



TAttX 24B.--Synthet ic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i9J5- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



SraFACE-ACTIVE AGEtfTS, ACYCLIC— Contimied 

•Sulfated and sulfonated acyclic surface-active 
agents — Continued 
•Esters, sulfated and sulfonated — Continued 

•n-Propyl sulfo-oleate 

Tallow fatty acid, methyl ester, sulfonated 

•Nitrogen- containing surface-active agents, 
sulfated and sulfonated: 
Castor oil amide of monoethanolamine, sulfated, 

sodium salt. 
Coconut oil amide of isopropanolamine, 
sulfated, sodium salt. 
•Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamine, sulfated 

potassium salt. 
•Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamine, sulfated 
sodium salt. 
N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)oleamide, sulfated (Oleic 

acid ethanolamide sulfate), sodium salt. 
N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)stearamide, sulfated (Stearic 

acid ethanolamide sulfate), sodium salt. 
Laurie acid ester of potassium sulfoaceto- 
ethanolamide . 

Lauroylamidoethyl sulfate, sodium salt 

»N-Methyloleoyltaurine, sodium salt 

N-Methylpalmitoyltaurine, sodium salt 

N-(Myristoylethyl)sulfosucolnamide, sodium salt- 
Neat 's-foot oil amide of ethanolamine , sulfated 
ammonium salt . 

N-Octadecylsulfosuccinamide, disodium salt 

Oleoyl isopropanolamide sulfate, ethanolamine 

salt. 
N-(01eoylisopropyl)sulfosucclnamide, sodium 

salt. 
Tallow amide of ethanolamine sulfosucoinate, 
sodium salt. 

Trihexylammonium sulfotricarballylate 

All other -- 

•Oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and sulfonated: 
Animal fats and oils, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Lard oil, sulfonated 

•Neat 's-foot oil, sulfonated 

Oleostearine , sulfonated 

•Tallow, sulfonated 

Wool grease, sulfonated 

Fish and marine-animal oils, sulfated and 
sulfonated: 
•Cod oil, sulfonated 

Herring oil, sulfonated 

Uenhaden oil, sulfonated 

Mixed fish oils, sulfonated 

Red fish oil, sulfonated 

•Sperm oil, sulfonated 

Ihale oil, sulfonated 

•Tall oil, sulfonated 

Vegetable oils, sulfated and sulfonated: 
•Castor oil, sulfonated 



Coconut oil, sulfonated 

•Com oil, sulfonated 

Cottonseed oil, sulfonated 

Linseed oil, sulfonated 

•Mistard-seed oil, sulfonated 

Olive oil, sulfonated 

Palm-kernel oil, sulfonated 

•Peanut oil, sulfonated 

Rapeseed oil, sulfonated 

•Rice-bran oil, sulfonated 

•Soybean oil, sulfonated 

•All other oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and 
sulfonated: 

Japan wax, synthetic, sulfonated 

Recovered grease, sulfonated 

Petroleum aliphatic compounds, sulfated and 
sulfonated; Petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt. 



i2, 89, 101, 501, 530, 605. 
504. 



500, 532, 568. 

95, 252, 307, 385, 410, 500, 536, 604. 

, 474. 



72. 

41, 60, 252, 312, 385, 519, 567, 572, 588. 

519. 

464. 

95. 



530. 
464. 



464. 

101. 



519. 
530, 



64, 95, 145, 532, 536, 574, 605. 

38, 74, 86, 95, 132, 145, 165, 258, 324, 348, 474, 

515, 516, 567, 572, 589. 
516. 
32, 41, 43, 53, 60, 74, 86, 89, 101, 137, 145, 165, 

170, 225, 233, 307, 312, 324, 331, 385, 410, 474, 

490, 516, 530, 532, 567, 572, 605. 
145. 



64, 74, 81, 165, 258, 324, 331, 348, 474, 515, 516, 

567, 572, 574, 589, 605. 
74, 474, 516, 567, 574. 
567, 574. 
145, 348, 574. 
574. 
60, 64, 74, 81, 132, 145, 165, 258, 270, 307, 324, 

331, 343, 348, 410, 474, 515, 516, 567, 568, 572, 

574, 588, 589, 605. 
348. 
95, 132, 232, 307, 324, 385, 490, 516, 530, 588. 

16, 24, 40, 41, 42, 43, 60, 73, 74, 86, 95, 101, 124, 
132, 137, U5, 165, 170, 197, 225, 232, 233, 258, 
270, 279, 312, 324, 331, 343, 348, 385, 404, 410, 
417, 474, 485, 490, 500, 515, 516, 519, 530, 532, 
536, 561, 567, 572, 574, 588, 589, 605. 

32, 81, 343, 474, 530. 

279, 474, 530, 605. 

474. 

165. 

86, 165, 279, 474. 

572. 

81, 86. 

40, 89, 101, 137, 165, 170, 197, 343, 474, 530. 

X. 

60, 86, 137, 307, 348, 474, 567, 572, 605. 

60, 74, 132, 165, 270, 410, 567, 574. 



515, 516. 
471. 



136 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Pesticides and Other Organic Agricultural Chemicals 



TABLE 25B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which United 
States production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955 

[Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which separate statistics are given in table 25A 
are marked below with an asterisk (»); products not so marked do not appear in table 25A because the re- 
ported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers 
shown below are taken from table 27. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publica- 
tion of his identification number with the designated product] 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICAI£, CYCLIC 

^Fungicides and seed disinfectants: 

Captan( N-( Trichloromethylthio) -4-cyclohexene- 
1,2-dicarboximide) . 

Chloranil (Tetrachloro-p-quinone) 

2-Chloro-<;-(hydroxyiDercurl) phenol 

5-Chloro-2-mercaptobenzothiazole 

Dichlone (2,3-Dichloro-l,<4-naphthoquinone) 

3,5-Dimethyltetrahydro-2H,l,3,5-thiadiazlne-2- 
thione . 

N-(Ethylmercuri) -p-toluenesulfonanilide 

Glyodin (2-Heptadeoyl-2-imidazoline acetate) 

Hexachlorobenzene 

<i--(Hydroxyiiiercuri)-2-nltrophenol 

»Naphthenic acid, copper salt 

Pentachlorophenol 

Pentachlorophenol, sodium salt 

a-Phenyl-p-cresol (p-Benzylphenol) 

Phenyl mercuric formamide 

Phenyl mercuric hydroxide 

Phenyl mercuric lactate 

Phenyl mercuric monoethanol ammonium acetate 

Phenyl mercuric naphthenate 

Phenyl mercuric oleate 

Phenyl mercuric propionate 

Phenyl mercuric 8-quinolinol — — 

S-Quinolinol (8-Hydroxyquinollne) , copper salt 

2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 

»2,^,5-Trichlorophenol 

2,<V,5-Trichlorophenol, sodium salt 

2,'i,6-Trichlorophfinol 

2,4,6-Trichlorophenol, potassium salt 

»Herbicldes and plant hormones: 

2-sec-An5rl-^,6-dinitrophenol 

2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 

2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol, triethanolamlne 
salt. 

3-(p-Chlorophenyl)-l,l-dlmethylurea 

2,<i-Dichlorophenoxy ethyl sulfate, sodium salt 

3-(3,i-Dichlorophenyl)-l,l-dimethylurea 

l,2-Dihydro-3,6-pyridazinedione (Maleic hydrazide) 

l,2-Dihydro-3,6-pyridazinedione, sodium salt 

3,6-Endoiyhexahydrophthalic acid, dlsodium salt 

Isopropyl carbanilate (Isopropyl N-phenyl- 

carbamate) (IPC). 
Isopropyl -3-chlorocarbanilate (Isopropyl N- 
(3-chlorophenyl) carbamate) . 
»Naphthalene- and naphthoxyacetlc acid derivatives: 

1-Naphthaleneacetamide 

1-Naphthaleneacetic acid 

1-Naphthaleneacetic acid, methyl ester 

1-Naphthaleneacetic acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthoxyacetic acid 

2-Naphthoxyacetic acid, sodium salt 

N-1-Naphthylphthalamic acid 

Phenoxyacetlc acid derivatives: 

(2-Chloro-4-methoxyphenoxy) acetic acid, 
dimethylamlne salt. 

(4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy) acetic acid 

»( 2, "i-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid (2,4-D) 

»(2,'i-Diohlorophenoxy) acetic acid esters: 

Aayl 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate 

Butoxyethoiypropyl 2,4-dichlorophenoxy- 
acetate . 

Butoxyethyl 2,'t-dichlorophenoxyacetate 

«ii-Butyl 2,4-diohlorophenoxyacefate 

sec-Butyl 2,'4-dichlorophenoxyacetate 

Ethyl 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate 

2-Ethylhexyl 2,4-dlchlorophenoxyacetate 

laobutyl 2,4-dlchlorophfinoxyacetate 

»lBO-octyl 2,4-dichlorophenoxyaoetate 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



256, 382, 390. 

571. 
417. 
276. 
571. 
224. 

417. 
591. 



417. 
13, 
276, 
276, 
276. 
153, 
153, 
153, 
569, 
153, 
153, 
519, 
153, 
153 
355, 
355, 
276 
355, 
224 



213, 
355, 
355. 

569. 

172. 
569. 

361. 
172, 

383. 
276, 

460, 
355. 



214, 231, 242, 275, 361, 445, 479, 539, 540. 
, 526. 



361, 383, 417, 569. 

360, 361. 
478, 594. 



417. 




591. 




417. 




571. 




571. 




581. 




547, 


625. 


276, 


547, 625. 


406, 


602. 


406, 


595, 602. 


406, 


602. 


406, 


463. 


463. 




463. 




571. 




406, 


622. 


276. 




3, 276, 278, 355, 478 



276, 478. 

355, X. 

3, 276, 355, 406, 453, 478, 622. 

276, 278, 453. 

X. 

478. 

278. 

3, 278, 355, 406, 478, 622. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



137 



TfB^t, 25B,- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Pest icidea and other organic agricultural chemicals for which United 
States production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer , J955- -Continued 



Uamif acturers' Identlfloatlcm numtiero 
(according to list in table 27) 



PESnCIDES AND OIHER ORQANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICAJ^, CYCLIC— Continued 

•Herbicides and plant hormones — Continued 
Phenoxyacetic acid derivatives — Continued 
»(2,'i-Dlchlorophenoxy) acetic acid esters — Con. 

»Isopropyl 2,'4-diclilorophenoxyacetate 

Polyethyleneglycol 2,A-dioliloroplienoxy- 

acetate. 
Tetrabydrofurfuryl 2,'V-dlchlorophenoxy- 
acetate . 
»(2,'i-Diclilorophenoxy) acetic acid salts: 

( 2, 4-01 chlorophenoxy) acetic acid, dimethyl- 

ajnine salt, 
(2, 'i-Dlchlorophenoxy) acetic acid, iso- 

propanol amine salt. 
(2, A-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, sodium 
salt. 
»(2, 4-, 5-Trlohlorophenoxy) acetic acid (2,4, 3-T)- 
»(2,'i,5-Trlchlorophenoxy)acetic acid esters: 
•Butoxyethoxypropyl 2,'i,5-tricliloraphenoxy- 
acetate. 
Butcoiyethyl 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetate — 

«n-Butyl 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetate 

sec-Butyl 2,'i,5-triclilorophenoxyacetate 

2-Etliylhexyl 2,4, 5-trlchlorophenoxyacetate— 

»Iso-octyl 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetate 

*Isopropyl 2,4,5-triohlorophenoxyacetate 

Polyethyleneglycol 2,4,5-trlchlorophenoxy- 

acetate. 
Tetrahydrofurfuryl 2,4.,5-trichlorophfinoxy- 
acetate. 

•Phenyl mercuric acetate 

N-Tolylphthalamlc acid 

(2,4,5-Trlchloropheno2y)propionic acid 

•Insecticides: 

Aldrln (Hexachloro-hexahydro-dlmethano- 
naphthalene) . 

Allethrin (Allyl homolog of Clnerln I) 

Benzyl thlocyanate 

l,l-Bls(p-chloroplienyl)-2-nltrobutane 

l,l-BlE(p-chlorophenyl)-2-nitropropane 

2-(p-tert-Butylphenoxy)lBopropyl-2-chloroethyl 

sulfite. 
Chlordan ( Ootachloro-tetrahydro-methanoindan) — 

Chlorinated mixed terpenes (Strotane) ^~ 

p-Chlorophenyl p-chlorobenzenesulfonate 

2-Cyclohexyl-i,6-dlnitrophenol 

1,2-Dlbromoethylbenzene (Styrene dibromide) 

4,4'-Dichlorobenzilic acid -~ 

l,l-Dichloro-2,2-blB(p-chlorophenyl) ethane 
(DDD) (TDE). 

l,l-DicM.oro-2,2-bis(p-ethylphenyl) ethane 

2,4-Dichlorophenyl benzene sulfonate 

0-(2,4-Dichlorophenyl) 0,0-dlethylphos- 

phorothioate . 
Dieldriu ( Hexachloro-epoxy-octahydro-dlmethano- 

naphthalene) . 
0,0 -Dimethyl 0-(p-nitrophenyl)phOGphorothionate 
(ifethyl parathlon) . 

4,6-Dlnltro-o-oresol (DNOC) 

4,6-Dinltro-o-cresol, sodium salt 

Endrin (Hexachloro-epoxy-octahydro-endo, endo- 

dlmethanonaphthaleue) . 
O-Ethyl O-(p-nitrophenyl) benzenephosphono- 

thloate (EPN). 
Heptachlor (Heptachloro-tetrahydro- 

methanoindene) . 
•Hexachlorocyclohexane (Benzene hexachloride ) 

Isodrin (Hexachloro-hexahydro-endo, endo- 

dimethanonaphthalene) . 
Lindane 

2-(l-Methylheptyl) -;,6-dinitrophenyl 
crotonate (Arathane). 
•Parathlon (0,0-Dlethyl O-(p-nitrophenyl) 
phosphorothlonate) . 

Piperonyl butoxlde, tech 

Piperonyl cyolonene, tech 

Thanlte (Isobomyl thlocyanoaoetate) 

Toxaphene (Chlorinated camphene) 



276, 278, 355, 390, 453, A7$, 622. 
478. 

390, 453. 

3, 278, 390, 406, 453, 622. 

276. 

276. 

3, 276, 278, 355, 463, 478, 618. 

276, 355, 478, 618. 

X. 

276, 278, 355, 478, 622. 

278, 453. 

478. 

3, 278, 478, 622. 
276, 278, 478. 
478. 

390. 

4, 153,. 172, 224, 383, 569. 
571. 

276, 278, 463. 

402. 

157, 310, 625. 

594. 

554. 

554. 

571. 

379. 

580. 

355, 478. 

355. 

355. 

604. 

453, 608. 

453. 
608. 
123. 

402. 

276, 278. 

7, 595. 

7. 

379, 402. 

368, 417. 

379. 

169, 188, 260, 460, 475, 478, 481, 547, 554, 594, 

604, 608, 618. 
402. 

594, 608, 618. 
453. 

192, 276, 278, 530. 

625. 
625. 
382. 
304. 



138 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 2SB.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which United 
States production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer , 7955 --Continued 



Mamif acturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER OROANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHIWICAIS, CYCLIC— Continued 

»Insectioides — Continued 

»l,l,l-Triohloro-2,2-bis(p-ohlorophenyl) ethane 
(DDT) . 
l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2-bis(p-iiiethoxyphenyl) ethane 
(Methoxychlor) (Methoxy DDT) . 
»Rodentioides: 

2-Pivalyl-l,3-indandione 

Trinitrobenzene -aniline complex 

Warfarin (3-( Acetonylbenzyl) -4-hydroxycoumarin) — 
All other pesticides and other organic agricultural 
chemicals, cyclic: N,N'-Diphenyl-p-phenylene- 
dlamine (Feed additive to prevent encephaloma- 
laoia in chickens) . 

PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEmCAI£, ACYCLIC 

«Fumigants: 

♦Bromomethane (Methjl bromide) 

Chloropicrin 

l,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 

Dichloropropene dichloropropane (DD mixture) 

^Fungicides and seed disinfectants: 

Bis ( dimethylthiooarbamyl ) disulfide ( Ihiram) ^ 

Cadmium succinate 

Calcium hendecenoate (Calcium undecylenate) 

Copper ethylhexanoate (Copper ethylcaproate) 

Copper hendecenoate (Copper undecylenate) 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, ferric salt 

(Ferbam) . 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt 

"Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt (Zlram) 

Dlsodium cyanodithioimidocarbonate '■ 

Ethyl mercuric acetate 

Ethyl mercuric chloride 

Ethyl mercuric phosphate 

Ethylene bls(dithiocarbamic acid), manganese 

salt (Manzate) (Maneb) . 
Ethylene bls(dithiocarbamic acid), disodium 

salt (Nabam) . 
Ethylene bis(dithiocarbamic acid), zinc salt 

(Zineb). 

2-Methoxyethyl mercuric acetate 

Sodium hendecenoate (Sodium undecylenate) 

Tetraiodoethylene 

Zinc hendecenoate (Zinc undecylenate) 

"Herbicides: 

2-Chloroallyl diethyldithiocarbamate 

2,2-Dichloropropionic acid, sodium salt 

Diethyl dithiobis(thionofonnate) 

Methanearsonic acid, disodiiim salt 

Trichloroacetic acid, sodium salt 

"Insecticides: 

Aliphatic thiocyanates 

0,0-Diethyl S-( ethyl niprcaptoethyl) phos- 

phorodithioate . 
"Ethyl pyrophosphate (Tetraethyl pyrophosphate) 

(TEPP) . 
Malathlon (S-(l,2-Bis(ethoxycarbanyl) ethyl) 

0,0-dimethylphosphorodithioate) . 

Metaldehyde 

Octamethyl pyrophosphoramide (QUPA) 

"Rodentioides: Sodium fluoroacetate 

"Soil conditioners: 

Polyacrylonitrile, hydrolyzed, sodium salt 

Vinyl acetate-maleic acid, modified 



91, 154, 2M-, 276, 401, 417, 453, 460, 478, 604, 

608. 
417. 



308. 
308. 

157, 454. 
571. 



154, 355, 415, 577. 

100. 

402. 

402. 



620. 
190. 
214. 
463. 
172, 417. 



263, 309, 505, 581. 

127, 172, 276, 309, 417, 505, 571, 581. 

383. 

153, 417. 

153, 417. 

417. 

417, 453. 



417, 



172. 
463. 
190, 
190, 

276. 
355. 
276. 

4. 



453. 
453. 



276, 355, 594. 



453. 
530. 



13, 276, 368, 390, 415, 481. 

530. 

554. 
276. 
276, 

276, 530. 
276. 



1 Manufacturers' identification numBers for thlram are given in table 21B. Statistics are shown in 
table 21 A. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



139 



TABLE 26B.--Synf/ie(i 



Miscellaneous Synthetic Organic Chemicals 

r^anjc chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States product! 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955 



[Miscellaneous chemicals for which separate statistics are given in table 26A are marked below with an 

asterisk ( ») ; chemicals not so marked do not appear in table 26A because the reported data are accepted in 
confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from 
table 27. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designated product] 



Manufacturers' identification nximbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI^, CYCLIC 

1-Allylcarbamldophenoxyacetic acid 

2-Amlnobenzothiazole 

4-Amino-5-(ethoxymethyl)-2-methylpyrimldlne 

Anlsylacetic acid 

Anlsyl chloride 

Anisyl cyanide 

Benzoic acid salts: 

Ammonium benzoate 

Calcium benzoate 

»Sodium benzoate, tech 

»Sodium benzoate, U.S.P 

All other 

Benzoin oxime 

Benzothlazole 

»Benzoyl peroxide 

Benzoylresorclnol 

3-Benzyl-4.-methylujnbelliferone 

Biological stains 

<♦ , 4' -Bis (phenylureido )-2 , 2 ' -stilbenedisulf onic acid- 
Boron fluoride-phenol complex 

Butoxysafrole 

Butyl benzoate 

2(and 3 )-tert-Butyl-'4-methoxyphenol 

tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate 

'i-tert-Butylpyrocatechol 

Butyrolactone 

Calcium ootylphenate-anlllne condensate 

Calcium octylphenate-hlgh acid degras condensate 

Camphene 

Camphoric acid 

p-Carboxyphenylstlboic acid 

Centralite (N,H'-Diethyl-N,N'-dlphenylurea) 

Chemical Indicators: 

Acid ammonium purpurate 

Curcumin 

Dibromo-o-cresolsulfonphthaleln (Bromocresol 
purple ) . 

DlbromothymolEulfonphthalein (Bromothymol blue) 

Phenolsulfonphthaleln (Phenol red) 

Tetrabromo-m-cresolsulfonphthalein (Bromocresol 

green). 
Tetrabromophenolsulfonphthaleln (Bromophenol blue) 

Thymolphthaleln 1 

Thymolsulfonphthalein 

All other 

Chemical reagents : 

Aurlntricarboxyllc acid 

Barium dlphenylamine sulfonate 

Dlphenylcarbazlde 

Dlphenylthlocarbazone (Dlthiazone) 

a,a-Dipyrldyl 

Glrard reagents (P and T) 

N-(l-Naphthyl)ethylenedlamine dlhydrochloride 

Nitrosophenylhydroxylamlne (Cupferron) 

Potassium blphthalate 

Quinhydrone 

Sodium blphthalate 

Sodium-2,6-dlchlorobenzenoneindophenol 

Sulfosalicylic acid, reagent 

All other 

5-ChloroblE (3, 5-dlchloro-2-hydroxyphenol )-o- 
toluenesulfonic acid. 

3-Chlorocoumarin 

•Chlorophyll and chlorophyllina : 
Chlorophyll: 

Copper fixed 

Not fixed — 

Chlorophylllns : 

Sodium-copper 

Sodium- iron 

Sodium-magnesium 

Sodium-potassium-copper 

All other 



2'i5. 




257. 




558. 




^9. 




AA9. 




449. 




276. 




366. 




366. 




188, 276, 366, 594. 




358. 




257, 451. 




530. 




103, 121, 246, 462. 




519. 




223, 258. 




14, 438. 




519. 




608. 




449. 




591. 




439. 




121. 




355. 




519. 




300. 




300. 




417, 616. 




327. 




382. 




462, 581. 




393. 




451. 




438, 451. 




438, 451. 




438, 451, 595. 




438, 451. 




438, 451. 




451. 




451. 




14, 438, 451, 503. 




451. 




451. 




451. 




451, 595. 




451. 




222, 268. 




451. 




451. 




451, 608, 620. 




423, 451, 558. 




608. 




451, 503. 




558, 595. 




14, 222, 308, 358, 438, 451, 595 



350. 
350. 

236, 350. 
350. 
350. 
469. 
350, 469. 



140 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 2SB.- -Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , J9J5- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEODS CHBUICAI^, CYCLIC--Continued 

Cholesterol 

Cumene hydroperoxide 

Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboxylic acid 

(Tetrahydrophthalio acid), disubstituted, 
polyester salts: 

Barium salt 

Barium cadmium salt 

Cadmium salt 

Cyclohexanone peroxide 

Cyclohexenyl-2-propanone 

"Cyclopropane 

Deoahydronaphthalene (Decalin) 

Dlazodinltrophenol 

2,5-Di-n-butoxyaniline (Aminohydroqulnone, dibutyl 
ether). 

p-Dibutoxybenzene (Hydroquinone, dibutyl ether) 

»2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-oresol: 

«Food grade 

»Tech 

2,5-Di-tert-butylhydroquinone 

l,3-Dichloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin 

p-(Dichlorosulfamyl)benzoic acid (Halazone) 

Dicyclohexylammonium nitrite 

2,5-Diethoxyanillne 

p-Diethoxybenzene 

7-Diethylamlno-4-methylcoumarln 

Dihydroxydimethoxybenzophenone 

3,5-Diiodosalicylic acid 

2,5-Dimethoxyaniline 

p-Dlmethoxybenzene (Dimethyl ether of hydroqulnone)- 
^.-i' -Dinitrocarbanllide-'i, 6-dimethyl-2-pyrlmidinol-- 

Dioxane (l.-i-Diethylene oxide) 

Dipentene, hydrogenated 

6-Ethoxy-m-anol (Propenylmethylguaethol) 

Ethyl benzoylacetate 

Ethylenebis(tolyl sulfide) 

Ethylene carbonate 

Ethylene glycol monophenyl ether 

Ethylene glycol terpiriyl ether 

Ethylenethiourea 

Ethyl hydrooaffeate 

Ethyl 2-phenylbutyrate 

Fenohone 

"Flotation reagents : 

Dlcresyldithiophosphoric acid 

Dicresyldithlophosphoric acid, ammonium salt 

Dicresyldithlophosphorlc acid, sodium salt 

Di-o-tolylthlourea 

Bosln amine 

Bosin amine D ethylene oxide condensate 

Tall oil fatty acld-diethyleue trlamine-acetic 
acid. 

»Thiocarbanilide (Diphenylthlourea) 

Furan derivatives: 

Furfural (2-Furaldehyde) 

Furoic acid 

Hydrofuramide 

-Tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol 

Gallic acid, tech 

Gallic acid, sodium salt 

Gasoline antioxidants and inhibitors: 

p-Butylamlnophenol 

2,6-Di-tert-butylphenol 

N, N'-Dl-sec-butyl-p-phenylenediamine 

N,N'-Disallcylidene-l,2-propanedlamlne 

All other 

Glyceryl p-amlnobenzoate 

Glycidyl phenyl ether 

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 

«Hexamethylenetetramine, tech 

Ifydrocinnamio acid 

d,l-a -Hydroxy-^ ,P -dime thy Ibutyrolactone 

P-l^roxyethyl ester of tall oil 

Isopropylcresols 

"Lubricating oil additives: 

Alicyclic campounds, sulfurlzed 

Aliylphenol, basic calcium salt 

Alkyl phenyl thlophosphates , zinc salt 

2, 2 '-Dihydroxy-5, 5 ' -di-tert-octylphenol mono- 

sulfide, barium salt 

Dodecylamidophthalate, calcium salt 



236. 
304. 



-185. 

485. 

214, ASS. 

121. 

449. 

1A7, 182, 344, 620. 

417. 

304. 

439. 

439. 

133, 402, 439. 

133, 402, 439. 

439. 

97. 

454. 

496. 

439. 

439. 

223, 258, 462. 

519. 

308. 

439. 

327, 439. 

X. 

591. 

594. 

327. 

298. 

402. 

367. 

355, 591. 

304. 

581. 

327. 

620. 

209. 

530. 

530. 

523. 

417, 530. 

304. 

304. 

530. 

276, 438, 530. 

362. 
362. 
362. 

362, 594. 
423, 620. 
620. 



417. 
618. 
417, 
417, 
439. 
141. 
402. 
402. 
139, 
327. 
530. 
276. 
449, 



439. 
439. 



316, 366, 417, 590. 



403, 529. 

470. 

470. 

530. 
300. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 



141 



TABLE 26B. '-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States production or sales 
were reported , identified by manufacturer , i955--Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, CYCLIC--Continued 

•Lubricating oil additives — Continued 

Heterocyclic ccmpounds, sulfurized 

Petroleum sulfonate, barium salt 

Petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt 

Phosphorus sulfurized terpens 

Tall oil ester, sulfurized 

All other 

p-Menthane 

p-Menthyl hydroperoxide 

*p-Methoxyphenol 

a-Methylbenzylphenols 

Methyloyclohexanol 

2,2'-Me,thylenebisK-chlorophenol] (Dichlorophene) 

2,2' -Methylenebis 13,4,6-trlchlorophenol] 
(Hexachlorophene ) . 

2,2'-Methylenedi-p-cresol 

Itethylglucoside 

Ifethyloldimethylhydantoin 

l-Methyl-2-pyrrolldone 

Methyl terpinyl ether 

i-Methyl-5-thlazole-ethanol 

<V-Methyliimbelliferone 

Marpholine 

Morphollne salt of p-toluenesulfonic »cid 

Morpholinopropyl chloride 

»Naphthenic acid salts: 

Aluminum naphthenate 

Barium naphthenate 

Cadmium naphthenate 

♦Calcium naphthenate 

Cobalt lead manganese naphthenate 

»Cobalt naphthenate 

»Iron naphthenate 

»Lead naphthenate 

Lithium naphthenate 

♦Manganese naphthenate 

Mercury naphthenate 

Nickel naphthenate 

Rare earth naphthenates 

Strontium naphthenate 

»Zino naphthenate 

Organic mercury compoundfi: 

Phenyl mercuric borate 

Phenyl mercuric salicylate 

J^idyl mercuric acetate 

All other 

Phenolthlosulfonlc acid 

Phenoxypolyethoxyethanol 

Phenylmagnesium bromide 

♦Photographic chemicals: 

5-Amlno-l,3,4.-triazole 

Benzotriazole 

Catechol (Pyrooatechln) 

Chlorobenzotriazole 

Chlororesorcinol 

2,4-Dlamlnophenol 

p-Dlazo-N-benzyl-N-ethylanlline, zinc chloride 

salt. 
p-Diazo-3-chloro-N,N-diethylaniline, zinc chloride 
salt. 

*p-Diazo-N, N-dlethylanlline, zinc chloride salt 

p-Diazo-N,N-diethyl-m-phenetidine, zinc chloride 
salt. 

*p-Diazo-N,N-dimethylaniline, zinc chloride salt 

Diazodiphenylamine sulfate 

p-Diazo-N-ethyl-N-hydroxyethylanillne, zinc 

chloride salt. 
p-Diazo-N-hydroxyethyl-N-methylaniline, zinc 

chl-orlde salt. 
p-Diazo-N-methyl-o-toluidlne, zinc chloride salt-- 

N,N-Diethyl-p-phenylenedlamine hydrochloride 

N,N-Dlethyltoluene-2,5-diamine, monohydrochloride- 
2,5-DihydroxybenzeneEulfonic acid 

(Hydroqulnonesulfonic acid), sodium salt. 
N-Ethyl-N-hydroxyethyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfate- 
N-Ethyl-N-(P-methanesulfonamIdoethyl)toluene-2,5- 
diamine sulfate. 

Hydroqulnone (ffydroquinol) 

N-(lfydroxyphenyl}glyoine 

Mercaptophenyltetrazole 



<;70. 

612. 

-iVO, 612. 

612. 

612. 

276, 530, 594. 

209. 

304.. 

327, 439, 442. 

355. 

594. 

449. 

449. 



449. 

104. 

417. 

519. 

304. 

558. 

223, 

367, 

75. 

454. 



258. 
591. 



275, 

214. 

214, 

213, 

275, 

13, 

2U, 

13, 

540. 

13, 

153, 

540. 

540. 

540. 

213, 

172. 
153, 
620. 
153, 
519. 
519. 
222. 

257. 
308, 
133. 
257. 
133. 
230. 
257, 



171, 
257, 

171, 
257. 
193, 



257, 
439. 
439. 
451. 

193. 
439. 

234, 
193. 
257. 



361, 539. 

540. 

214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 539, 540. 

539. 
213, 214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 539, 540. 

231, 275, 361, 539, 540. 
213, 214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 539, 540. 

213, 214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 539, 540. 
361. 



214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 539, 540. 

172. 
172, 620. 



451, 519. 



193, 257, 308, 438, 519. 
X. 

193, 257, 308. 

257, 308. 

X. 

X. 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , J9J5- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbere 
(according to list in table 27) 



mSCELLAKEOUS CHEMICAI5, CYCLIC— Continued 



•Photographic chemicals — Continued 

4-Methoxy-l-naphthol 

p-Jtethylaminophenol sulfate (Ifetol)- 

5-Methylbenzotriazole 

2-Methylthiazollne 

6-Nitrobenz Imidazole 

Phenethylresorcinol 

"i-Phenylpjrrooatechol 

Phthalic acid, lead salt, dibasic 

Pinene 

Plnene mercaptan 

Plperonyl butoxide 

Piperonyl cyclonene 

Polyethylene terephthalate 

P-Propiolaotone 

Propyl ester of tall oil fatty acid-— 

Propylene carbonate 

»n-Propyl gallate 

lyrogallol (Pyrogallic acid) 

S-Quinolinol, zinc salt 

p-Quinone 

Research chemioals: 

Cyclopentane derivatives 

Cytidine derivatives 

Guanosine phosphates 

Picollne and pyridine derivatives--- 

Urease 

Uridine phosphates 

All other 



»Rosin acid salts: 

Aluminum resinate — 

Calcium resinate 

Cobalt resinate 

Copper resinate 

Iron resinate 

Lead resinate 

•Manganese resinate 

Zinc resinate 

All other 

Sallcylanillde 

Salicylic acid, lead salt 

Silicon compounds 

Sulfosalicylio acid 

Tall oil fatty aoyl chloride 

•Tall oil salts: 

Barium zinc tallate 

Calcium tallate 

•Cobalt tallate 

Copper tallate 

Iron tallate 

Lead manganese tallate 

•Lead tallate 

•Manganese tallate 

Zinc glyceryl tallate-r 

Zinc tallate 

•Tanning materials, synthetic: 

Bisphenol-formaldehyde, bisulfite type 

Cresol-fonnaldehyde sulfonate, sodium salt — 

Cresylic acid, polysulfone condensate 

1-Naphthalenesulfonlc acid, formaldehyde 
condensate and salt. 
»2-Naphthn1 enesulf onic acid, formaldehyde 
condensate and salt. 
2-Naphtholsulfonlc acid, formaldehyde 
condensate, sodium salt. 

Phenol-formaldehyde, sulfonate 

Styrene-maleic anhydride Interpolymer, 

partial sodium salt. 
Sulfonyldiphenolsulfonlc acid, formaldehyde 
condensate. 

Terpene hydrooarbonfi 

1,2,3,4-Tetrahydronaphthalene (Tetralln) 

Tetrahydrothiophene 

Tetraphenyl tin- 



Textile chemicals, other than surface-active agents: 

N-Benzyl(and N,N-dibenzyl)-p-sulfanilio acid 

Diphenyl-l,2-propanedlamlne 

Methyl stearate plcollnium chloride 

l-Phenyl-3-pyrazolidone 



439. 

230, A23, 451. 

451. 

257. 

257, 451. 

133. 

439. 

375. 

616. 

417. 

625. 

625. 

417. 

580. 

530. 

367. 

366, 423, 439, 595. 

423, 620. 

155. 

423, 439. 

222. 
126, 425. 

425. 
508. 
570. 
425. 

36, 37, 126, 222, 235, 257, 292, 308, 358, 451, 508, 
570. 

219, 620. 

92, 156, 214, 219. 

213, 214. 
219. 
219. 

214, 219, 275. 
21A, 219, 275, 445. 
2U, 219, 275, 616. 
219. 

417. 

375. 

200, 326, 502, 560. 

558. 

519. 



361, 540. 
213, 214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 540. 

275. 

21A, 231, 275. 

275, 445, 479. 
213, 214, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 540. 
213, 231, 275, 361, 369, 445, 479, 540. 



275. 
231, 
13, 
213, 
213, 
21A, 
13, 
13, 
540, 
275. 

572. 
519. 
604. 
572. 



370, 438, 453, 572, 573. 



453, 572. 
417. 



417. 
417. 
470. 
594. 



X. 
604. 



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143 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , J93J--Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, CYCLIC — Continued 

Textile chemicals, other than surface-active 
agents — Continued 
Protalbinic acid 



Saccharide bisulfite 

Stearamidomethylcarbainide polymers — 
Stearamidomethylpyridinium chloride- 
Sulfonated phenol- 



2,2'-Thiobis[4,6-<lichlorophenol] 

Toluquinone 

o-Tolylbiguanide- 



Tri-tert-amylphenyl phosphite- 

3,4,'»'-Trichlorocarbanilide 

N -Tr ic hlor ome lamine 

Tricresyl phosphite 

Trioxane 



Triphenyl phosphite 

l-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone, 

Xanthophyl 1 

o-Xenylbiguanide 



monomer and polymer- 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 



•Acetaldehyde- 
Acetala 



•Acetic acid, synthetic, 100^1- 
Acetic acid salts: 
•Aluminum acetate—— 



Aluminum subacetate — 

♦Ammonium acetate 

Barium acetate 

Cadmium acetate 

Calcium acetate 

Chromium acetate 

•Cobalt acetate 

Copper acetate — - ■ -- 
Lead acetate 

•Lead subacetate 

Lead tetraacetate 

Lithium acetate 

Magnesium acetate 

Manganese acetate 

Mercuric acetate — - — 
Nickel acetate 

•Potassiiim acetate 

Silver acetate 

Sodium acetate 

inc aoetate- 



•Acetic anhydride, 100^: 

From acetaldehyde 

From ethylene 

From recovered acetic acid by the vapor-phase 

process . 
From acetic acid (other than recovered) by the 
vapor-phase process. 
Acetin: 

Mono 



Di— 
Tri- 



•Acetone: 

•By fermentati 



•From isopropyl alcohol- 
•All other 



Acetone semicarbazone 

Acetonitrile — — 

Acetonylacetone (2,5-Hexanedione)- 

a -Aoetoxyisobutyronitr ile 

Acetylaoetone (2,4-Pentanedione) — 

Acetyl bromide 

Acetyl chloride- 



tert-Acetylenic glycols ~ 

Aconitic acid 

Acrole in 

Acrylamide 

Acrylates, above ethyl 

Acrylic acid - 

Acrylic acid, calcium salt— — 

•Acrylonitrile — — — 

Adipic acid 

Adiponitrile — — 

Aldol (Acetaldol) 



283. 

X. 

X. 

417. 
519. 
276. 
^39. 
276. 
276. 
276. 
190. 
123. 
552. 
276. 
519. 
350. 
276. 



262, 
5i8. 
608. 
304, 

530, 
558, 
382, 
382, 
608, 
382, 
530, 
213, 
445, 
214, 
382, 
222. 
358. 
382, 
275, 
608, 
275, 
382, 
620. 
382, 
275, 

304. 
591. 
304, 

304, 



434, 

298, 
402, 
304, 
542. 
591. 
591. 
439. 
591. 
451. 
327, 
380. 
411. 
402, 
530. 
453. 
453, 
453. 
276, 
276, 
417. 
591. 



304, 417, 439, 440, 507, 548, 552, 554, 591. 



439, 507, 552, 554, 591. 

558, 572, 591, 608. 

620. 

521, 608, 620. 

608, 620. 

620. 

521, 558, 608. 

572, 620. 

275, 382, 445. 

591, 608. 

382, 511, 608. 

558, 608, 620. 



608, 620. 

a45. 

620. 

445, 620. 

521, 558, 591, 608, 620. 

521, 552, 558, 591, 608. 
382, 521, 558, 591„ 608, 620. 



552. 
439, 552. 



434. 
439. 

507, 554. 
439, 534, 591. 
539, 548, 552, 611. 



544. 
591. 



530, 580, 591. 
417, 438. 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



Manufaoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 



Alkenyl succinic anhydrides- 

Alkyl acid phosphates -—- 

Alkyl ammonium phosphates 

Alkylene oxides 

Allyl alcohol- 



Allyl glyceryl ether- 
Allyl glycidyl ether- 
N-Allylglyeiue- 



Allyl isothiocyanate, non-perfume grade-— 

Aluminum isopropoxide (Aluminum isopropylate) — - 
"Amines : 

Allylamine 



Amylamine, mono 

»n-Butylamine, mono- 

tert-Butylamine 

Coconut oil amine — 

Diallylamine 

Diamylamine 

Di-n-butylamine 

Diethylamine- 



Diethylamine hydrochloride- 

2,2'-Diethyldihexylamine 

Diethylenetriamine- 



N^jN-'-Diethyl-lji-pentanediamine (Novoldiamine) 

N,N-Diethyl-l,3-propanediamine 

Diisobutylamine ■■ 

Diisopropylamine ■ ■ ■■ 

D imethylamine- 



Dimethylamine hydrochloride 

Dimethylamine sulfate — — 

Dimethyloctadecylamine (Stearyldimethylamine)- 

N,N-Dimethyl-l,3-propanediamine 

Di-n-propylamine 

Dodecylamine 

Ethylamine, mono 

Ethylenediamine- 



N-Ethyl-1 , 3-propanediamine- 

Hexadeoylamine 

Kexamethylenediamine 

3, 3 '-Iminobispropylamine 

Isobutylamine 

Isopropylamine- 
Methylamine, mono — 



Methylamine, mono, hydrochloride- 

2-Methylhexamethylened iajnine 

Octadecylamine 

Octylamine- 



Polyethyleneamiiies — 
n-Propy lamina, mono- 

Propylened iamine 

Soybean oil amine 

Tallow amine 



Tallow amine, hydrogenated- 

Triamy Iamine-— 

Tr ibutylamine — 

Triethylamine 



Triethylene tetramine 

Trimethylamine- 



Trimethylamine hydrochloride- 

Tri-n-propy Iamine 

All other 



2-Amino-l-butanol 

2-Amino-2-ethyl-l,3-propanediol- 

Aminoguanidine bicarbonate 

Aminoguanidine sulfate- 



2-Amino-2-(hydroxymethyl)-l,3-prcrpanediol 
(Tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane) . 

2-Amino-2-methyl-l,3-propanediol 

2-Amino-2-methyl-l-propanol 

3-Amino-l-propanol ■■ - ' 

Amyl acetates, 90^^, primary: 

Normal- 



Isoamyl 

Mixed isomers- 



Amyl acid phosphates- 



16^, 

276. 
300. 
355. 
-402. 
^02. 
402. 
530. 
308. 
A29, 521. 

308, '«)2. 

581. 

439, 581, 591. 

453. 

9. 

308, 402. 

581. 

581, 591. 

581, 591. 

463, 521. 

591. 

355, 402. 

462. 

530. 

581. 

581. 

417, 453, 554. 

521. 

453. 

453. 

530, 594. 

581. 

9. 

581, 591. 

355, 460, 591. 

402. 

9. 

417. 

530. 

581. 

581, 591. 

417, 453, 554. 

521. 

417. 

9. 

9, 453, 591. 

591. 

581. 

591. 

9. 

9, 371, 

9, 371. 

581. 

581. 

581, 591. 

355. 

417, 453, 554. 

417. 

581. 

453. 

554. 

554. 

198. 

519. 

554. 

554. 
554. 

530. 

507, 554. 
29, 418. 
581, 591. 
368. 



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were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



laSCELLANEODS CHHOCALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Amyl alcohols, 100$: 
Ibunlxed: 
Primary: 

Nonnal (n-Butyloarbinol) 

Isoamyl (3-Methylbutanol-l) 

Neopentyl (Dimethylpropanol) 

Secondary: 

Pentanol-2 (Jfethylpropylcarbinol) 

Pentanol-3 (Dlethylcarbinol) 

Tertiary: Anyl (2-Methylbutanol-2) 

Mixed: 

Fueel oil, crude 

Fusel oil, refined 

Other than fusel oil: 

Primary mixed 

Secondary mixed 

Primary-secondary mixed 

Primary-secondary- tertiary mixed 

All other 

tasyl ether 

Amyl ethyl ketone 

Amyl mercaptan (l-Pentanethiol) ■ 

Amyl nitrate 

Azelaic acid 

a, a,'-A20diisobutyronitrile 

Barium salt of polyphosphoric acid 

Behenio acid 

Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether (Dichlorodiethyl ether), 
all grades. 

Bis(p-chloroethyl) vinyl phosphonate 

Bis(ohloroiEopropyl) ether (Dichlorolsopropyl ether)- 

Bis(2,6-dimetiyl-<;-heptyl) maleate 

Bis ( lauryltrimethylaramonium ) polythionate 

Boron fluoride ethyl ether complex 

Brcmal 

N-Bromoacetamide 

a-Brcmolaurlc acid 

N-Bromosuccin1inide (Succinibromimide ) 

1,4-Butanediol 

3-Buten-2-one (ifethyl vinyl ketone) 

l-Buten-3-yne 

l-Butoxyethoxy-2-propanol 

*Butyl acetates, 905t: 
Primary: 

»Normal 

Iso 

Secondary 

Mixtures ■ 

»Butyl alcoho]^, lOOjt: 
Primary: 

»Normal (n- Propylcarbinol) 

Iso (Isopropylcarbiriol) 

Secondary (Methylethylcarbinol) 

Tertiary (Trimethylcarbinol) 

Mixtures 

^tylaminoethanol 

Butylene glycol (1,2- and 1,3-mlxture) 

Butyl ether (Di-n-butyl ether) 

Butyl glycidyl ether 

tert-Butyl hydroperoxide 

Butyl lactase 

Butyl maleate 

tert-Butyl peroxide (Di-tert-butyl peroxide) 

tert-Butyl peroxyacetate 

ButyraldehjTie 

Butyraldehyde oxime 

Butyric acid--. 

Butyric acid, sodium salt 

Butyric anhydride 

Butyryl chloride 

Calcium d-saccharate 

Capric acid (n-Decylic acid) 

Caproic acid 

Caprolactam (2-Oxohexamethylenliiilne) 

Capryl chloride (Decanoyl chloride) 

Caprylic acid (Octanoic acid) 

Capryllc acid salts: 

Aluminum caprylate 

Sodium caprylate 

Triethanolamine trlcaprylate 



581. 

298, 367, 418. 

551. 

581. 
591. 
581. 

554. 

298, 507, 554. 

581, 591. 

581. 

581. 

581. 

581. 

581. 

402. 

581. 

618. 

501. 

U3. 

540. 

272. 

355, 367, 460, 518, 591. 

276. 

355, 518, 591. 

519. 

332. 

275, 608. 

416. 

222. 

417. 

222, 438. 

519. 

553. 

417. 

591. 



298, 439, 507, 552, 554, 591. 
439. 



298, 


439, 


507, 


548, 


552, 554, 591 


417, 


418, 


440, 


552, 


591. 


402, 


X. 








402. 










440, 


552. 








581. 










552. 










591. 










402. 










121. 










554. 










164. 










121, 


402. 








121. 










439, 


440, 


591. 






438. 










439, 


552, 


591. 






243, 


358. 








439, 


591. 








594. 










553. 










241, 


567. 








330, 


544, 


591. 






417, 


438. 








594. 










241, 


567. 








474. 










382, 


521. 








519. 











146 



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were reported, ident if led by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAIS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Caprylic acid salts — Continued 

Zinc caprylate 

♦Carbon dlEulfide 

•Cellulose esters: 

•Cellulose acetate 

Cellulose acetate butyrate 

Cellulose acetate propionate 

Cellulose nitrate 

Cellulose propionate 

•Cellulose ethers: 

Ethyl cellulose 

Ethylhydroxymethyl cellulose 

Methyl cellulose 

•Sodium carboxymethylcellulose, lOO^f 

Sodium carboxymethylhydroxyethylcellulose 

Chloral (Trichloroacetaldehyde) 

Chloroacetaldehyde dimethyl acetal 

2-Chloroacetamide-^ 

*Chloroacetic acid, mono 

Chloroacetic acid, mono, derivatives; 

Butyl monochloroacetate 

Ethyl monochloroacetate 

Methyl monochloroacetate 

Sodium monochloroacetate 

Chloroacetone (l-Chloro-2-propanone) 

Chloroacetyl chloride 

»2-Chloro-N,N-dimethylethylamiiie (Dimethylaminoethyl 
chloride) hydrochloride. 

2-Chloro-N,N-dlmethylpropylamlne hydrochloride 

3-Chloro-N,N-dimethylpropylamine hydrochloride 

P-Chloroethyl acetate 

2-Chloroethyl methyl ether (2-Chloroethoxymethane)-- 

■Chloromaleic anliydride, mono 

Chloromethyl methyl ether 

Chlorcanethylsilanes 

P-Chloropropionic acid 

P-Chloropropionyl chloride 

Chloropropyl thiophosphate 

N-Chlorosuccinimide (Succinichlorimlde ) 

2-Chlorotriethylamine (Diethylaminoethyl chloride)-- 
2-Chlorotriethylamine (Diethylaminoethyl chloride) 
hydrochloride . 

Chlorotrimethylsilane 

p-Chlorovinyl ethyl ketone 

Choline 

Citric acid 

•Citric acid salts: 

Ammonium citrate 

Ammonium dihydrogen citrate 

Barium citrate 

Calcium citrate 

Copper citrate 

Ferric ammonium citrate 

Ferric citrate 

Ferrous calcium citrate 

Manganese citrate — ^ 

♦Potassium citrate 

Sodium citrate 

Crotonaldehyde 

Crotonic acid (2-Butonlc acid) 

a-Cyanoacetamide 

Cyanoacetic acid 

P-Cyanopropylamlne 

Cyanuric acid 

Diacetone alcohol (4-Hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone) — 

2-Dibutylamlnoethanol 

Dibutylaminopropionitrlle 

Dibutyl fumarate 

Dibutyl maleate 

l,3-Dibutyl-2-thiourea- - — — 

Dibutyl tin methoxide 

Di chloroacetaldehyde 

Di chloroacetic acid 

Dichloroacetic acid, methyl ester 

Dichlorodiethylsilane (Diethyl silicon dichloride)-- 

Dichlorodimethylsilane 

Dichloroethyl formal (Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane) 

Dlchloromethylvinylsilane 

l,3-Dichloro-2-propanol (Glycerol dichlorohydrin) 

Di(l,2-epoxypropane)amine 



382, 521. 










13A, 260, 


273, 


335, 


389, 481. 




56, 304, 


417, 


439, 


552. 




439. 










439. 










304, 417. 










552. 










304, 355. 










304. 










355. 










110, 304, 


417, 


518. 






304. 










401, 478, 


481. 








519. 










257. 










110, 122, 


276, 


304, 


310, 355, 521, 594 


276. 










276, 355, 


449. 








243, 355. 










355, 521. 










451. 










355. 










154, 227, 


360, 


409, 


454, 463. 




154. 










154. 










327. 










395. 










438. 










453, 594. 










502. 










245. 










451. 










618. 










222, 438. 










154. 










360, 409. 










326. 










454. 










453. 










260, 428, 


553. 








553, 558, 


620. 








558. 










511. 










521, 533. 










358. 










553, 620. 










553, 620. 










521. 










620. 










553, 558, 


620. 








553, 558, 


620. 








439, 591. 










591. 










243. 










243, 355. 










439. 










451. 










310, 402, 


591. 








581. 










530. 










276. 










276, 591. 










581. 










X. 










481. 










243. 










243. 










326. 










326. 










591. 










326. 










451. 










417. 











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were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



Mamif aoturere ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CffiMICAI£, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Diethoxydimethylsilane 

2-Diethylaminoethanol 

Diethylaminoethoxyethanol 

2-Dlethylaminoethyl methacrylate 

Dlethylamlnopropionltrile 

Diethyl sec-butylethylmfllonate 

Diethyl carbonate 

Diethyl diethylmalonate (Diethyl malonic ester) 

»Diethylene glycol 

Diethylene glycol di-n-butyl ether 

Diethylene glycol diethyl ether (Bls(2-ethoxyethyl) 
ether ) . 

Diethylene glycol dimethyl ether 

Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether (2-(2-Butoxyethoxy) 
ethanol ) . 

Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether acetate 

Diethylene glycol monoetl^l ether (Carbitol) 
(2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethaiiol). 

Diethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate 

Diethylene glycol monomethyl ether 
(2- ( 2-Methoxyethoxy )ethaiiol ) . 

Diethyl (ethoxymethylene)malonate 

Diethyl ethylisoamylmalonate 

Diethyl ethylmalonate (Ethyl malonic ester) 

Di-2-ethylhexyl maleate (Dioctyl maleate) 

Diethylhydroxylamlne oxalate 

Diethyl isopropyl malonate 

Diethyl maleate 

•Diethyl malonate (Malonic ester) 

Diethyl 1-methylbutylmalonate 

Diethyl oxalate (Ethyl oxalate) 

Diethyl thiocarbamyl chloride 

Diethylthiophosphoryl chloride 

l,3-Diethyl-2-thiourea 

Diglycolic acid 

2,'i-Dihydroxy-3,3-dimethylbutyric acid Y -lactone 

( Pantolactone ) . 
2,i-Dihydroxy-3,3-dtmethylbutyric acid, sodium salt-- 

Diisobutyl ketone (Isovalerone) 

Diisopropylammonium nitrite 

Diisopropyl peroxydiearbonate (Isopropyl percar- 
bonate ) . 

l,3-Diisopropyl-2-thlourea 

»2-Dimethylamlnoethanol 

Dimethylamino-2-propanol 

Dimethylaminopropionitrile 

Dlmethylcarbamyl chloride 

N,N-Dimethylformamlde 

Dime thy Iglyoxlme 

2,6-Dlmethyl-4-heptanol (Diisobutylcarbinol) 

2,5-Dimethylhexanedlol-2,5 

2, 5-Dimethyl-2-hexynediol-2, 5 

Dimethyl hydrogen phosphite 

3,6-Dimethyl-'i-octynediol-3,6 

Dime thy lolurea 

1,3-Diiiiethylurea 

Dioleyl maleate 

Dlpropylene glycol 

Dipropylene glycol methyl ether 

Dithio-oxamide (Rubeanic acid) 

Dodecenylsucclnic anhydride 

Epichlorohydrin 

Erucic acid 

»Ethanolamlnes : 

*MDno (2-Aniinoethanol) 

»D1 (2,2'-Aminodlethanol) 

»Tri (2,2',2"-Nltrilotriethaiiol) 

Ethanolamine (mono) salt with formaldehyde 

Ethanolamine residue 

Ethoxymethylenemalononitrile 

^Ethoxypropionitrile 

»Ethyl acetate, 85^ 

Ethyl acetoacetate 

Ethyl acid phosphates 

Ethyl aery late 

»Ethyl alcohol, synthetic 

2-Ethylaminoethanol ( Ethylmonoethanolamlne ) 

Ethyl bromoacetate 

2-Ethyl-l-butanol (sec-Hexyl alcohol) 

a-Ethylbutyraldehyde 



326. 
581, 
581. 
417. 
530. 

298, 
2A5, 
355, 
591. 
591. 



625. 

437, 454. 

367, 460, 518, 591. 



442. 

355, 367, 460, 591. 

591. 

355, 460, 591. 

591. 

355, 367, 460, 591. 

243. 

245, 437, 454. 

245, 454, 544. 

591. 

451. 

X. 

437, 530, 591. 

243, 245, 355, 454. 

245, 437, 454. 

310, 554, 625. 

581. 

530. 

581. 

417. 

591. 

245. 
591. 

496. 
547. 

581. 

227, 453, 581, 591. 

581. 

530. 

235, 268. 

417, 453. 

451. 

591. 

380. 

380. 

123. 

380. 

417. 

310, 581. 

276. 

355, 518, 552, 591. 

355. 

620. 

355, 402, 591. 
272. 



347, 
347, 
347, 
453. 
367. 
243. 
530. 
298, 
591, 
368. 
453, 
402, 
581. 
355. 
439, 
591. 



355, 367, 591. 
355, 367, 591. 
355, 367, 591. 



439, 507, 510, 554, 591. 
625. 



591. 

417, 440, 492, 534, 591. 



148 



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TABLE 26B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , J93J- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAIS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

a-Ethylbutyric acid (Diethylacetlc acid) 

o-Ethylcaproaldehyde (2-Ethylhexaldehyde) 

a-Ethyloaproio acid (2-Ethyl-l-hexoic acid) 

■Ka-Ethylcaprolc (2-Ethyl-l-hexolc) acid salts: 

Alumlnim a -ethylcaproate 

Aluminum dlCa-ethyloaproate) 

Barium <x-ethylcaproate 

Cadmiiim a-ethylcaproate 

"Calcium a-ethylcaproate 

*Cobalt a-ethylcaproate 

Copper a-ethylcaproate 

Iron a-ethylcaproate 

Lead a-ethylcaproate 

Lithium a-ethylcaproate 

Magnesium a-ethylcaproate 

"Manganese a-ethylcaproate 

Rare earths a-ethylcaproate 

Strontium a-ethylcaproate 

»Zinc a-ethylcaproate 

Zirconium a-ethylcaproate 

a-Ethyloapryl acetate 

Ethyl carbonate 

Ethyl chloroformate 

Ethyl cyanoacetate 

Ethyldiethanolamine (2,2'-(Ethylamino)diethanol) 

Ethylene, from ethyl alcohol 

Ethylene chlorchydrin (2-Chloroethanol) 

"Ethylene cyanhydrin (Hydracrylonitrile) 

"Ethylene glycol --- 

Ethylene glycol tJl-n-butyl ether 

Ethylene glycol diacetate 

Ethylene glycol diethyl ether 

Ethylene glycol dimethyl ether (1,2-Dimethoxyethane)- 

Ethylene glycol difonnate 

Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether ( 2-Butoxyethanol ) 

Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether (Cellosolve) 

t2-Ethoxyethanol ) . 
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate 

(2-Ethoxyethyl acetate). 
Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether (2-Methoxyethanol)— 
Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate 
(2-Methoxyethyl acetate). 

"Ethylene oxide 

"Ethyl ether: 

Tech 

U.S.P - 

Absolute 

"Ethyl formate 

N-Ethylglycine 

2-Ethyl-l,3-hexanediol 

2-Ethyl-l,3-hexanedlol diglycolate 

2-Ethyl-l-hexanol 

N-2-Ethylhexylcarbimide 

Ethyl a -hydroxylsobutyrate 

Ethyl a -hydroxyisovalerate 

2-Ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl)-l,3-propanediol 
C Trlmethylol-propane ) . 

Ethyl lactate 

Ethyl magnesium bromide 

2-(Ethylmercapto)ethanol 

Ethyl mercaptol 

2-Ethyl-A-methyl-l-pentanol 

2-Ethyl-2-nitro-l,3-propanediol 

Ethyl propionate 

Ethyl propyl nitrate 

Ethyl silicate (Tetraethoxysllane) 

Ethyl sulfate (Diethyl sulfate) ■ 

2-Ethynyl-2-butanol 

Fats and oils, chemically modified: 

Castor oil, phosphated 

Vegetable oils, bromlnated ^ 

All other 

Fatty acids, chemically modified: 

a-Bromo(lauric-stearic) acids 

Castor oil fatty acids, dehydrated 

Stearic acid, dehydrated 

"Fatty acid esters, not included with plasticizers or 
surface-active agents: 

Butyl palmitate 

Ethylene glycol mouo-oleate 



591. 

UO, 591. 
«9, 591. 



231. 
532. 
5^0. 
5i0. 
21A, 
2U, 
5^0. 
275. 
2U, 
231. 
2U. 
2W, 
5A0. 
5i0. 
21A, 
361, 
591. 
625. 
625. 
2A3, 
581. 
182, 
395, 
-153, 
347, 
591. 
591. 
442. 
222, 
591. 
355, 
355, 



231, 275, 361, 540. 
231, 275, 361, 479, 540. 



231, 275, 361, 375, 540. 
275, 361, 540. 



275, 361, 540. 
540. 



355, 437. 

298, 625. 

591. 

530, 591. 

355, 367, 417, 460, 518, 591. 



367, 460, 591. 
460, 591. 



591. 



355, 367, 460, 591. 
591. 



347, 355, 367, 460, 591. 



492, 534, 591. 

344, 620, 625. 

625. 

418, 544, 554, 591. 



440, 552, 591. 



440, 
298, 
620, 
330, 
530. 
591. 
540. 
439, 
591. 
453. 
453. 
198. 



530. 

222. 

581. 

276. 

439, 440. 

544. 

330, 418, 544. 

618. 

68, 200, 591. 

591. 

508. 

368. 

330, 447. 
223, 330, 368. 

417. 
282. 
453. 



434, 474. 
390. 



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149 



TABLE 26B. ••Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States product i 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, J955- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI^, ACYCLIC— Continued 

•Fatty acid esters, not included with plasticizers or 
surface-active agents --Continued 

Ethyl myristate 

Isopropyl myristate 

Isopropyl oleate 

Isopropyl palmitate 

Isopropyl stearate 

Methyl caproate 

Methyl ester of coconut oil 

Methyl esters of tallow 

Methyl 12-hydroxystearate 

Methyl myristate 

Polyethoxyethyl castor oil ether 

Polyethoxyethyl castor oil ether, hydrogenated 

1,2-Propylene glycol dloleate 

»Fatty and synthetic higher alcohols (Cio and 
higher ) : 

»Decyl alcohol 

3,9-Diethyl-6-trideoanol - 

Dodecyl alcohol (Lauryl alcohol) 

7-Ethyl-2-methyl-^-hendeoanol 

5-Ethyl-2-nonanol 

»l-Hexadecanol (Cetyl alcohol) 

1-Octadecanol (Stearyl alcohol) 

cis-9-Octadecen-l-ol (Oleyl alcohol) 

1-Tridecanol 

All other 

•Flotation reagents: 
Dithiophosphates : 

Potassium dihexyl dlthlophosphate 

Sodium di-sec-butyl diethyl dithiophosphate 

Sodium di-sec-butyl dlthlophosphate 

Sodium diethyl dithiophosphate 

Sodium dihexyl dithiophosphate 

Sodium diisopropyl dithiophosphate 

Fatty amine salts: 

Butylammonium oleate 

Coconut oil amine acetate 

Cottonseed oil diethylene trlamine acetate 

Cottonseed oil — mixed amines 

Octadecyl amine acetate 

Tallow amine acetate 

Tallow amine acetate, hydrogenated 

Xanthates : 

Potassium amylxanthate 

Potassium sec-butylxanthate 

Potassiimi ethylxanthate 

Potassium hexylxanthate 

Potassium isopropylxanthate 

Sodium n-butylxanthate 

Sodium sec-butylxanthate 

Sodium ethylxanthate 

Sodium isopropylxanthate 

»Fonnaldehyde, 37^ HCHO by weight 

Formamide 

•Formic acid, 905t 

•Formic acid salts : 

Aluminum formate 

Ammonium formate 

Calcium formate 

Chromic formate 

Lead formate 

Nickel foimate 

Potassium formate 

•Sodium formate, refined 

Sodium formate, tech 

All other 

Fumaric acid 

Fumaryl chloride 

Gluconic acid, tech 

Glutamic acid, nonmedlcinal 

Glycerol, synthetic 

•Glycerol a-chlorohydrin (3-Chloro-l,2-propanediol) 

Glycine (Aminoacetlc acid) tech 

Glycine ethyl ester hydrochloride 

Glycolic acid (Ifydroxyaoetic acid) 

Glycolonltrile 

Glyoxal 

Guanidine carbonate 



521. 

43-;, 449. 

434. 

434, 449. 

434. 

241. 

241. 

504. 

501. 

241. 

391. 

391. 

567. 



164, 
591. 
164, 
591. 
591. 
161, 
164, 
272, 
534. 
164, 



417, 529, 534, 591. 
296, 417. 



164, 272, 417. 

272, 417. 
417. 

272, 417, 453, 



530. 
530. 
530. 
530. 
530. 
530. 

581. 
9. 

530. 
530. 
9, 530. 
9, 371. 
9, 430. 

355. 

355. 

355. 

355. 

355. 

21. 

530. 

355, 530. 

355, 530. 

139, 198, 243, 262, 276, 316, 347, 366, 417, 453, 

460, 526, 548, 552, 554, 558, 562, 590. 
417. 
366, 368, 417. 

368, 572, 591, 604. 

608. 

198. 

519. 

375. 

275, 445. 

416. -^ 

382', 558, 608. 
304, 366, 558. 
358. 

276, 438. 
438. 
553. 
100, 450. 

355, 402, 453, 571. 

327, 439, 451, 521. 

310, 521. 

310. 

417. 

530. 

591. 

302. 



150 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 2SB. '-Synthetic organic chemicals: Hiscellaneous chemicals for which United States production 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , l9JJ--Continued 



IGSCELLAKEOUS CHOOCAIS, ACYCLIC— Continued 



Guanldlne hydrochloride 

Guanldine stearate 

^t-Guanyl-l-isonitrosoguanyl-l-tetrazene 

Guanylurea (Amidiiiourea) phosphate 

Guanylurea sulfate 

»Halogenated hydrocarhons: 

l-Bromobutane (n-Butyl bromide) 

2-BraiiiD'butane (seo-Butyl bromide) 

BromochloranK thane 

l-Bromo-3-chloropropane ( Trimethyleneohloro- 
hromlde) . 

Bromoethane (Ethyl bromide) 

1-Bromohexadecane (Cetyl bromide) 

l-Bromo-2-methylpropaiie ( leobutyl bromide) 

l-Bromo-octadeoane 

1-Brcmopentane (n-Amyl bromide) 

2-Bromopentane (1-lfethylbutyl bromide) 

1-Bromopropane (n-Propyl bromide) 

2-Bromopropane (Isopropyl bromide) 

3-Bromopropene (Allyl bromide) 

3 -Bromopropyne 

Bromotrlchlorome thane 

Bronotrifluorome thane 

»Carbon tetrachloride 

^Chlorinated paraffins; 

Less than 35^ chlorine 

35-6<V^ chlorine ^ 

65^ or more chlorine 

l-Chlorobutane (n-Butyl chloride) 

l-Chloro-l,l-difluore thane 

Chlorodifluorome thane 

»Chloroe thane (Ethyl chloride): 

Tech 

U.S.P 

•Chloroform: 

Tech 

U.S.P - 

»Chlorome thane (Methyl chloride) : 

Crude 

Refined (refrigerant grade) 

l-Chloro-3-methylbutane (Isoamyl chloride) 

2-Chloro-2-methylpropane (tert-Butyl chloride) 

3-Chloro-2-methylpropene (Methallyl chloride) 

Chloropentafluoroe thane 

l-Chloropentane (n-Amyl chloride) 

Chloropentanes, mixed isomers 

2-Chloropropane (Isopropyl chloride) 

3-Chloropropene (Allyl chloride) 

Chlorotrifluorethylene 

Chlorotrifluorcme thane 

Dibromod if luorome thane 

1,2-Dibromoethane (Ethylene dibromlde) 

Dibromomethanfi (ifethylene bromide) 

l,A-Dibromopentane 

1,4-Dichlorobutane 

Dichlorodlfluoroae thane 

»1,2-Dichloroethane (Ethylene dichloride) 

Dichlorof luorome thane 

«Dichlorcimethane (Methylene chloride) : 

Crude 

Refined (refrigerant grade) 

Dichloropentanes, mixed isomers 

1,2-Dichloropropane (Propylene dichloride) 

Dichlorotetrafluoroe thane 

1,1-Dlfluoroe thane 

1,1-Difluoroethylene 

Difluorotetrachloroe thane 

Diiodomethane (Methylene iodide) 

Hexachloroe thane 

lodoethane (Ethyl iodide) 

Iodoform 

lodomethane (Methyl iodide) 

Lanryl chloride 

Pentachloroe thane 

1,1,2,2-Tetrabroiiioethane (Acetylene tetrabromide ) 
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane (Acetylene 
tetrachloride ) . 

»Itetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene) 

1,1,1-Trlchloroethane (Methyl chloroform) 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



530, 


573. 




530. 






136. 






530. 






530. 






355, 


454, 


551. 


2A5, 


355, 


454, 551. 


154, 


355, 


415. 


154, 


355. 




154, 


355, 


437. 


355, 


551. 




355, 


551. 




417, 


551. 




355, 


451, 


551. 


245, 


454. 




355, 


451, 


551. 


355, 


551, 


X. 


355. 






519. 






355. 






355, 


417. 




220, 


260, 


355, 478, 481 


590, 


594, 


X. 


304, 


478, 


594. 


478. 






591. 






608. 






417, 


608. 





173, 304, 355, 402, 417, 492, 618. 
173, 355. 

220, 355, 417, 478, 577. 

220, 344, 355, 478. 



442, 

220, 
245. 
451, 
310. 
608. 
551, 
581. 
355. 
402. 
417, 
417. 
355, 
355, 
355. 
327. 
417. 
417, 
276, 
417. 



502. 

355, 417, 442, 478. 



417. 

415, 465, 481. 



608. 



355, 367, 460, 478, 518, 591, 618. 



355. 

220, 355, 417, 478, 577. 

581. 

355, 

417, 

608. 

608. 

417. 

168. 

595. 

451, 551, 620. 

168. 

308, 

417, 

417. 

355, 

417. 



518, 591. 
608. 



551, 620. 
462, 594. 



260, 355, 417, 478, 547. 
355. 



TABLE 26B. -Syntheti 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I955 

rganic chemicals: M i see 1 lane ovs chemicals for which United State 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



151 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC—Continued 

*Halogenated hydrocarbons — Continued 

1,1,2-Trichloroethane (Vinyl trichloride) 

■»Trlohloroethylene 

Trichlorofluorome thane 

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 

Trichlorotrlfluoroe thane 

Trlfluorovinyl chloride, polymerized 

»ViDyl chloride (Chloroethylene), monomer 

Vinyl fluoride 

Vinylldene chloride, monomer 

3-Heptanol 

2-Heptanone (Methyl amyl ketone) 

3-Heptdnone (Ethyl butyl ketone) 

n-HeJcadecane 

1-Hexadecene 

Hexamethylenediammonlum adipate 

2,5-Hexanedione-carbon disulfide 

Hexyl acetate 

Hexyl alcohol , 

n-Hexyl ether 

Hydrazine and salts 

Hydrogenated tallow amide 

N-2-Hydroxyethylacetamlde 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl) -N-(2-stearoylaminoethyl) 
glycine, sodium salt. 

a-Hydroxylsobutyric acid esters, mixed 

a-Hydroxyisobutyronltrile (Acetone cyanhydrtn) 

2-(Hydroxymethyl) -2-i!iethyl-l,3-propaiiediol 

( Trimethylolethane ) . 
2-(Hydroxymethyl) -2-nltro-l,3-propanediol 
(Tris(hydroxymethyl)uitroiiiethane) . 

N-Hydroxymethylstearamide (N-Methylolstearamide) 

p.P'-Iminodipropionltrile 

Inositol hexanitrate 

Isethlonlc acid (2-HydroxyethaneEulfonic acid) 

Isobutyraldehyde 

iBObutyric acid and anhydride 

*Iso-octyl alcohol (6-Methyl-l-heptanol) 

Iso-octyl thloglycolate 

Isopropanolamlnes : 

Jtonoisopropanolamine 

Dilsopropanolamlne 

Trilsopropanolamine 

Mired- 

Isopropoxypropylamine 

lEopropyl acetate 

»Isopropyl alcohol (Isopropanol) : 

91'f, — 

100^- - 

Isopropylaminoethanol .-. — 

Isopropyl chloroformate 

»lEOpropyl ether 

Isovaleric acid 

Itaconlc acid and esters 

»Lactic acid, lOO^t: 

»Edible 

^Medicinal 

^Technical 

Lactic acid salts: 

Aluminum lactate 

Calcium lactate 

Potassium lactate 

Sodium lactate 

All other 

Lactide 

Lactonltrile 

Lauroyl acid phosphate 

Lauroyl chloride 

Lauroyloxyacetic acid 

Lauroyl peroxide 

Lead soaps of oxidized hydrocarbons 

»Linoleic acid salts: 

Ammonium llnoleate 

«Calcium llnoleate 

itCobalt llnoleate 

Copper llnoleate 

Iron llnoleate 

Lead llnoleate 

Lead manganese llnoleate 

■xUanganese llnoleate 



591. 




51, 355, 417, 593, 




-IIV, 608. 




<;o2. 




417, 608. 




594. 




276, 355, 478, 505, 571, 580, 


591 


417. 




355. 




591. 




591. 




591. 




164, 417. 




164. 




417. 




382. 




552. 




552, 591. 




591. 




257, 460, 558. 




9. 




464, 591. 




X. 




453. 




417, 453, 530. 




198. 




554. 




417. 




530. 




391. 




519. 




44-0. 




439. 




300, 529, 534. 




563. 




355, 591. 




591. 




591. 




591. 




530. 




439, 591. 




591. 




402, 534, 548. 




581. 




547, 625. 




402, 534, 591. 




418. 




553. 




267, 284, 407, 417. 




417. 




267, 284, 407, 417. 




521. 




267, 284. 




284. 




284, 521, 532, 558. 




358, 452, 620. 




407. 




530. 




368. 




103, 464, 496, 519. 




403. 




103, 121. 




144. 




213, 214. 




117, 213, 214, 445, 540. 




213, 214, 275, 462. 




275, 361. 




275. 




213, 214, 275, 462. 




214, 462. 




213, 21A, 275, 445. 





152 



TABLE 26B. -Synthetic organi 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States production or sale 
e reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



mSCELLANEOaS CHEMICAI5, ACYCLIC—Contlnued 

^Lubricating oil additives: 

Barium aliyl dithiophosphates 

Chloronaphtha xanthate 

High molecular weight hydrocarbons and thej.r 
phosphorus derivatives. 

Isoamyl octyl acid orthophoEphate 

Octyl formal 

Chcidized hydrocarbons 

Phosphosulfurized mineral oil 

Polymethacrylates, diethylandnoethyl and 
lauryl, mixed. 

Sulfoohlorinated oils 

Sulfurized lard oil 

Sulfurized sperm oil — 

Zinc alkyl dithlophosphate 

All other 

Magnesium methylate 

Maleic acid 

Ualeic acid, tribasic lead salt 

Maleic anhydride 

Malic acid 

Malonic acid 

Malononitrile 

Mannitol 

Mannitol hexanitrate 

Mesityl oxide 

Methacrylamide 

Methacrylates, above methyl 

Msthacrylic acid 

hfethacryllc acid, sodium salt 

Methacrylonltrile 

*Jfethanol, synthetic 

Ifethoxypolyethylene glycol 

3-Methoxypropionitrile 

3-Methoxypropylamine 

Methoxytrlglycol acetate 

Methyl acetate 

Methyl acetone acetal 

Methyl acid phosphates 

Methyl acrylate, monomer 

Ifethylal ( Dime thoxyme thane) 

Methyl borate 

2-Methyl-3-butyiiol-2 - -- 

Methyl cyanoaoetate 

Methyl dimethoxyacetate 

N,N'-I.fethylenebis[2-iminopropionic acid] 

N,N'-}.fethylenebis-stearamlde 

Methyl ether (Dimethyl ether) 

Methyl ethyl ketone (2-Butanone) 

Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide 

Methyl ethyl ketoxime 

Methyl formate 

N-Methylglucamine 

N-Methylglycine 

kfethyl glycolate (Methyl hydroxyacetate) 

4-Methyl-2-hexanone 

1-Methylisobutylcarbinol (<i-Methyl-2-pentanol) — 
l-tfethylisobutylcarbinyl acetate (<i-Methyl-2- 
ai^rl acetate) . 

Methyl magnesium bromide 

Lfethyl methacrylate, monomer 

Methyl methoxyacetate 

2-Methyl-2-nitro-l,3-propanediol 

2-Methyl-2-nitro-l-propanol 

2-Methyl-2,'>-pentanedIol (Hexylene glycol) 

4-Methyl-2-pentanone (Msthyl isobutyl ketone) 

2-Methylpentenol 

3-Methyl-l-pentynol-3 

Methylpolyethanolamine 

2-Methyl-2-N-propyl-l,3-propanediol 

Methyl sulfate (Dimethyl sulfate) 

N-Ifethyltaurine 

2-\fethylvaleraldehyde (2-lfcthylpentaldehyde) 

Sfethyl vinyl ether 

Mucochloric acid 

Muconic acid (2,4-Hexadienedioic acid) 

2-Nltro-l-butanol 

Nitroe thane 

Nitrome thane 

1-Nitropropane 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



403, 530, 612. 

276. 

529. 

123. 

402. 
144. 
403. 
417. 

223, 403. 

223. 

223, 403. 

530, 612. 

276, 594. 

58. 

438, 452, 611. 

231, 375. 

276, 438, 526. 

438, 452. 

75, 264. 

243. 

391. 

391. 

402, 591. 

453. 

417, 453. 

417, 453. 

453. 

439. 

139, 262, 276, 347, 417, 460, 548, 552, 554, 591. 

591. 

530. 

530. 

591. 

591, 610, X. 

262. 

368. 

453. 

54S, 552. 

200. 

380. 

243. 

243. 

483. 

9. 

417. 

402, 439, 552, 591, X. 

103, 121. 

438, 540. 

417. 

417. 

530. 

417. 

245. 

402, 591. 

591. 

222. 

8, 417, 453. 

243. 

554. 

554. 

402, 591. 

402, 591. 

454. 

380. 

519. 

454. 

417. 

519. 

591. 

519. 

451. 

591. 

554. 

554. 

554. 

554. 



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153 



yumv 26B. "•Synt/iefic organic chemicals: Misceilaneous chemicals for which United States production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



(Sienlcal 




2-Nltroprqpaiie 

Nylon (Polyhexanetliylene adlpanlde) 

Octanesulfonyl chloride 

»1-Octanol 

2-Octanane (Hexyl methyl ketone) 

Ootene-2 

Octyl acid phosphates 

n-Octyl mercaptan 

Octyl oleyl malate 

OleeBdde (Octadecene amide) 

«01elc acid salts: 

xJtLuminum oleate— 

Barium zinc oleate -■ 

Chromium oleate 

Copper oleate 

»Lead oleate 

Zinc oleate 

Oleoyl chloride 

Orotic acid ; 

tOxallc acid 

•Qrallo acid salts: 

aT^llln T1^lntl oxalate— 

Calcium oxalate 

Ferric ammonium oxalate 

Ferric oxalate 

Ferric potassium oxalate 

Ferric sodium oxalate 

Ferrous oxalate 

Potaseium hinoxalate 

Potassium oxalate 

Sodium btnoxalate 

Sodium oxalate 

All other 

Oxidized hydrocarbons, other than lubricating 

oil additives. 
3-CKobutyraldehyde (Fomiylacetone), dimethyl acetal 

P, B'-Oxydipropionltrile 

Palmitic acid salts: 

Aluminum palmitate 

»Zinc palmitate 

»Palmitoyl chloride 

Paraformaldehyde 

Paraldehyde ( Paracetaldehyde ) 

Pelargonlc acid (Nonanoic acid) 

»Pentaerythritol 

»Pentaerythritol tetranltrate 

1,5-Pentanediol 

Perchloromethyl mercaptan 

Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) 

Pinacol hydrate 

Pinacolone 

Pine oil, synthetic 

•Polyacrylic acid salts: 

Potassium polyacrylate 

Sodium polyacrylate 

Polyacrylonltrlle 

Polyethoxyethylsorbitol 

Polyethylene glycol 

Polyglycerol 

Polyoses 

Polypropylene glycol 

Potassium acid acetylenedicarboxylate 

1-Propane thiol 

Propionaldehyde 

♦Propionic acid 

Propionic acid salts: 

Calcium propionate 

Sodium propionate 

Zinc propionate 

Propionic anhydride 

Propionyl chloride 

n-Propyl acetate 

n-Propyl alcohol (Propanol) 

a-Propylene chlorohydrin (l-Chloro-2-propanol) 

♦Propylene glycol (1,2-Propanediol) 

Propylene glycol methyl ether-- 

Propylene oxide 

Propyl Isocaproate (Propyl Isobutylacetate) 

Propyl nitrate 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 27) 



55A. 

417. 

581. 

1(A, 417, 449. 

161, 453. 

453, 6U. 

453. 

368. 

581. 

276. 

9. 

213, 214, 231, 474, 620. 

275. 

275.- 

213, 2U. 

213, 214, 231, 275. 

214. 

161, 252, 496, 519. 

264. 

166, 368, 553, 608. 

382, 553, 608. 

368. 

553. 

553. 

553. 

553. 

308, 521. 

382, 553, 558, 608. 

382, 553, 608. 

368. 

368, 382, 558, 608, 620. 

358. 

144. 

243. 
276. 



117, 


231, 


474. 








35, 


117, 


231, 


474, 


530. 




496, 


519, 


544. 








366, 


417, 


552. 








552, 


591. 










449, 


501. 










130, 


198, 


304, 


366, 


526, 548, 


554 


198, 


304, 


391, 


417, 


521. • 




417. 












256. 












547. 












308. 












308. 












177. 












580. 












309, 


317, 


453, 


530, 


580. 




417. 












391. 












355, 


367, 


460, 


591. 






276, 


464, 


505, 


X. 






104. 












355, 


591. 










438. 












451. 












591. 












417, 


439, 


552, 


554. 






417, 


521, 


552. 








417, 


459, 


521, 


552. 






382, 


521. 










439, 


591. 










327, 


544. 










544, 


552. 










417, 


418, 


548 


552 


591. 




591. 












355, 


367, 


417 


552 


591. 




355. 












355, 


552, 


591. 








554. 












618. 













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TABLE 26B.--Synf/ieti 



rianic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which United States production i 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1955- -Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list In table 27) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEUICM5, ACYCLIC—Contlnued 

Propyne (Methylacetylene) 

Pyruvic acid 

Research chemlcalB: 

Aliyl hydrocarbons, ethers, mercaptans 

AUcyl nltriles 

Grignard reagents 

Halogen compounds 

Phosphorus compounds 

Polyoxyalkylene compounds 

Rare sugars 

All other 

Ricinoleic acid salts: 

Cadmium ricinoleate 

Calcium ricinoleate 

»SarcoBlne (N-Methylam±noacetic acid) 

Sebacic acid 

Sebacic anhydride 

Semlcarbazide base and hydrochloride 

•Sequestering agents: 

(Diethylenetrinitrilo)pentaacetlc acid 

N,N-Dihydroxyethylglyclne, sodium salt 

*(Ethyleuedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid 
(Ethylenediamlnetetraacetlc acid). 
(Ethylenedlnltrllo)tetraacetic acid, calcium salt- 
(Ethylenedinitrllo)tetraacetic acid, copper salt — 
(Ethylenedlnltrllo)tetraacetic acid, diammonlum 

salt. 
(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid, disodium salt 
(Ethylenedinltrilo)tetraacetic acid, magnesium 

salt. 
(Ethylenedinltrllo)tetraacetic acid, manganese 
salt. 
*(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid, monosodium 

iron salt. 
*(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid, tetrasodium 
salt. 
(Ethyleuedinltrilo)tetraacetic acid, trisodium 
salt. 

Glucoheptonic acid, sodium salt 

Hydroxyethyl(ethylenedinltrilo)tetraacetic acid, 

trisodium salt. 
N-(Hydroxyethyl) ethylenedinltrllotriacetic acid, 
trisodium salt. 

Silicon compounds 

Sodium eth03d.de 

Sodium ethyl oxalacetate 

Sodium formaldehyde bisulfite 

»Sodium i ^rmaldehyde sulfoxylate 

Sodium methoxide (Sodium methylate) 

Sodium sorbitol borate 

Sorbitol 

Soya nltrile 

Stearamide (Octadecane amide) 

Stear amide -palmltamlde 

•Stearic acid salts: 

•Aluminum monostearate 

•Alumiuum dlstearate 

•Aluminum tristearate 

Ammonium stearate 

Barium stearate 

Cadmium stearate 

•Calcium stearate 

Cobalt stearate 

Ferric stearate 

Ferrous stearate 

•Lead stearate 

Lead stearate, dibasic 

Lithium hydroxystearate 

•Lithium stearate 

<*lagneslum stearate 

•Zinc stearate 

Stearonitrile (Octadecanenltrlle) 

Stearoyl chloride 

Succinic acid 

Succinic acid, sodium salt 

Succinic anhydride 

Suooinlmlde 

Succinonitrile 

Sucrose octaacetate 



380. 
530. 

164. 
530. 
222. 

IW, 551. 
123. 
355. 
452. 

36, 37, 126, 164, 222, 358, 367, 417, 451, 452, 
496, 519, 530, 551, 570, 595, 603. 

275. 

282. 

417, A62, 483^ 519. 

161, 453. 

531. 

257. 

604. 
355. 
97, 355, 519, 604. 

604. 
604. 
604. 

97, 604. 
604. 

604. 

97, 355, 519, 604. 

97, 355, 474, 519, 604. 

355, 604. 

452. 
604. 

355. 

326, 560. 

437. 

625. 

243, 451. 

137, 417, 453, 572. 

164, 437, 460, X. 

391. 

391, 553. 

9. 

9, 417. 

371. 



33, 
23, 
33, 

32, 

33, 

231j 

33, 

231j 

231. 

231j 

35, 

231, 

231, 

33, 

33, 

33, 

9. 

464, 

438. 

620. 

276, 

222, 

530. 

591. 



35, U7, 474, 530, 532, 620. 

35, 117, 231, 361, 471, 474, 530, 532, 620. 

35, 92, 117, 231, 361, 474, 530, 532, 620. 

35, 117, 231, <;74. 

35, 117, 231, 391, 474, 532. 

391, 474. 
35, 117, 231, 361, 471, 474, 530, 532, 620. 

532. 

532. 
117, 231, 275, 375, 474, 532, 539. 
375. 

117, 231, 474. 

35, 117, 231, 471, 474, 530, 532, 620. 

35, 117, 231, 361, 471, 474, 530, 532, 620. 



438. 
438. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, \955 

XlgiZ 3St. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Miacel laneous chemicals for which United States produ 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , i955- -Continued 



155 



Uamifaoturers' Identification numbere 
(according to liat in table 27) 



ICSCELLANEOTIS CHEUICAI5, ACYCLIC~Conttnued 



Tillow fatty acyl chloride 

Tartaric acid salts, nonmedioinal 

Itetraethoocypropane 

Itetraethylene glycol 

Itetraethylene glycol dimethyl ether (Bls[2-(2- 
methoxyethoxy) ethyl] ether). 

Tetraethyl lead 

TetrahydroxyBuccinic acid (Dioxytartarlc acid) 

N,N,N ',N ' -ltetra]d.B(2-hydroxypropyl)ethylenedianine- 

Tetramethoxypropane 

!fetraoctyl orthosllicate — 

T^itmrinc hydrobrCTirf.de 

Ihioacetamide 

Diioacetlc acid 

niioglycerol 

Ihioglycolic acid 

IMoglycolic acid derivatives: 

♦imuoniuBi thioglycolate-- — — 

Calcium thioglycolate 

ItonoethanolaBdne thioglycolate 

Sodium thioglycolate 

niicBtalic acid '-- 

Trlalkyl stearyl ammonium ethyl phosphite • 

Irian yl cyanurate 

Tri-n-butyl borate 

Trlchloroethylsilane (Ethyl silicon trichloride) 

Trichloroheiadecylsilane 

TrichlorcmethanephDBphanic acid — 

IrichloromethylBilane 

Trichloro-octadeoylsilane 

Irichloropropylflilane 

Trichlorovinylsilane 

Trlethanolanlne phosphate 

Triethoxymethoxypropane 

Iriethyl citrate 

»Triethylene glycol 

Triethylene glycol dlchlorlde (2-(2-Chloroethoxy)- 
ethyl 2-chloroethyl ether) . 

Iriethylent glycol dimethyl ether 

Tris(2-ethylhexyl) phosphite 

Trlethyl orthoaoetate 

Trlethyl orthoformate 

Triethyl orthopropionate 

Trliso-octyl phosphite 

Trlisopropyl phosphite 

Trimethyl borate 

Irimethylene glycol 

Trimethyl orthofonnate 

Trimethyl phosphite 

Irlpropylene glycol 

Trlpropylene glycol, methyl ether 

Trlatearyl phosphate 

Undecylenlc acid (Hendecenolc acid) 

Urea: 

la feed cflB5)Ounds ^ 

»In solid fertilizer 

In urea-amnonla solution- — — — — 

In urea-foimaldehyde oonoeirtrate — - — — ~- 

Solid 

*Vlnyl acetate, moncaner 

Waxes, syntlietlc 

Xanthlc acid, ethyl, sodium salt- 
Zinc dlaayl dlthiocarbamate 

Zinc formaldehyde dithioearbemate 

«Zinc formaldehyde sulfoxylate 



519. 

358, 558, 620. 

243. 

355. 

AAZ. 

417, 618. 

530. 

518. 

243. 

276. 

558. 

382, 451. 

451. 

563. 

338, 563. 

187, 308, 338, 563. 

563. 

563. 

268, 563. 

438. 

417. 

391. 

530. 

446. 

326. 

326. 

368. 

326. 

326, 

326. 

326. 

447. 

243. 

553. 

355, 367, 460, 591. 

591. 

442. 

123. 

243, 451. 

243. 

243. 

123. 

123. 

446. 

603. 

243. 

276. 

355. 

355. 

212. 

282. 

347, 417. 

105, 347, 417, 619. 

347, 417. 

347. 

347, 417. 

417, 552, 591. 

380. 

97. 

417. 

581. 

382. 

137, 417, 453, 572. 



156 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Directory of Manufacturers 

The Directory of Manufacturers lists the companies that report 
their production of synthetic organic chennicals to the United States 
Tariff Commission. The name of each manufacturer is preceded 
by an identification number. 

For 1955, the Directory of Manufacturers lists 626 companies 
(see table 27). This is 21 more than the number that reported for 
1954. Some of the companies that report production of synthetic 
organic chemicals consume their entire output in further manu- 
facturing. 

The Directory of Manufacturers lists the companies in two ways, 
Section 1 lists them in numerical order, the identification number 
for each company having been assigned in the order in which the 
Commission received the company's reporting schedule. This sys- 
tem makes it unnecessary to wait until all the schedules are re- 
turned before assigning the identification numbers, and greatly 
speeds the preparation of the tables in part III. Section 2 lists the 
companies in alphabetical order. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1955 

TABLE 27. "Synt/ietic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, 1955 



157 



SECTION 1. NUMERICAL DIRECTORY 

[Names of synthetic organic chemical manufacturers who reported production or sales to the United States 
Tariff Commission for 1955 are listed below in the order of their identification numbers as used in 
tables in part III. Section 2 of this table lists these manufacturers alphabetically and gives their 
office and plant addresses] 



Name of company 



Name of company 



Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc. 

Minnesota Paints, Inc. 

Thompson Chemicals Corp. 

Vineland Chemical Co. 

George, P. D., Co. 

Southern Resin Glue Co. 

Standard Agricultural Chemicals, Inc. 

U. S. Plastic Products Corp. 

Armour & Co. (Chemical Div.). 

Griffin Chemical Co. 

Kalide Corp. 

Modene Paint Co., Inc. 

Triangle Chemical Co. 

Hartman-Leddon Co. 

Kendall Ref'ining Co. 

All-Tex Specialties Co. 

Commonwealth Color & Chemical Co. 

Ironsides Co. 

Blackman Brands, Inc. 

Elizabethtown Consolidated Gas Co. 

Kennecott Copper Corp. (Chino Mines Div.). 

Reliance Varnish Co., Inc. 

Lake States Yeast Corp. 

Marlowe-Van Loan Corp. 

Planetary Chemical Co., Inc. 

Searle, G. D., & Co. 

Atlantic Chemical Corp. 

Hanna Paint Manufacturing Co. (Industrial Div., 

Northwestern Chemical Co. 

Raybestos Div. of Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc. 

Vita-Var Corp. 

Farrington, W. U., Estate of. 

Parsons, M. W., Plymouth, Inc. 

Peerless Chemical Co. 

Synthetic Products Co. 

Bios Laboratories, Inc. 

Delta Chemical Works, Inc. 

Chaffardon, J. 

Deep Rook Oil Co. 

Soluol Chemical Co., Inc. 

Amalgamated Chemical Corp. 

Burkart-Schier Chemical Co. 

Moretex Chemical Products. 

Morwear Paint Co. 

Poughkeepsie Dyestuff Corp. 

Rubber Corp. of America. 

American Marietta Co. 

Armstrong Cork Co. 

California Ink Co., Inc. 

Cutter Laboratories. 

Niagara Alkali Co. 

Premo Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Inc. 

Siddall, Geo. F., Co., Inc. 

Wilmot & Cassidy, Inc. 

Witte, John H., & Sons. 

American Viscose Corp. 

Harbor Plywood Corp. 

Purocaine, Inc. 

Southern Textile Chemical Corp. 

Hart Products Corp. 

Werner Drug & Chemical Co. 

Chemico, Inc . 

Farley & Loetscher Manufacturing Co. 

Kehew-Bradley Co. 

Keystone Color Works, Inc. 

Krumbhaar Chemical Co., Inc. 

Kyanize Paints, Inc. 

Montrose Chemical Co. 

Richardson Co. 

Sipe, Janes B., & Co. 

Atlas Processing Co. 

Miranol Chemical Co . , Inc . 

Scholler Bros., Inc. 

White & Hodges, Inc. 

American Bio-Synthetics Corp. 



99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
lU 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 



Inc. 



Inc. 



American Marietta Co. (Ferbert-Schorndorfer 

Co. Div.). 
Atomic Basic Chemicsils Corp. 
Bird & Son, Inc. (Floor Covering Div.). 
Borg-Warner Corp. (Marbon Chemical Div.). 
Crownoil Chemical Co., Inc. 
Marden-Wild Corp. 
Neches Butane Products Co. 
Red Spot Paint & Varnish Co. 
Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories. 
Schieffelin & Co. 
Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co 
Marblette Corp. 
Metro Dyestuff Corp. 
Southern Sizing Co. 
Treplow Products, Inc. 
Pine Bluff Chemical Co. & Niagara Chemical 

Div. (Subsidiaries of Food Machinery & 

Chemical Corp . ) . 
Jones-Dabney Co. 
Long, Charles R., Jr., Co. 
Polychemical Laboratories, Inc. 
Apex Chemical Co., Inc. 
Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp. 
Glyco Products Co., Inc. 
Grand Rapids Varnish Corp. 
Harsyd Chemicals, Inc. 
International Minerals & Chemical Corp. 
Standard Chemical Products, Inc. 
Uhlich, Paul, & Co., Inc. 
Cadet Chemical Corp. 
Corn Products Refining Co. 
Deere & Co. (Grand River Chemical Div.). 
Mineral Oil Refining Co. 
Paisley Products, Inc. 
Rinshed-Mason Co. 
United States Pipe & Foundry Co. 
Buckeye' Cellulose Corp. 
Knoedler Chemical Co. 
Astra Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 
Bates Chemical Co. 
General Tire & Rubber Co. (F.F.C.)'' 
Grain Processing CoiT). 
Great Southern Chemical Corp. 
Leffingwell Chemical Co. 
Marathon Corp. (Chemical Sales Dept.). 
Nilok Chemicals, Inc. 
Peerless Color Co., Inc. 
Wallace & Tleman, Inc. (Lucldol Div.). 
New York Ohio Chemical Corp. 
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp. 
American Aniline & Extract Co., Inc. 
Nonweller, A. P., Co. 
Schwarz Laboratories, Inc. 
Vanderbllt Chemical Corp. 
Allied Asphalt & Mineral Corp. 
Coopers Creek Chemical Corp. 
Delaware Chemicals, Inc. 
Oilman Paint & Varnish Co. 
Kali Manufacturing Co. 
Koppers Co., Inc. 
Old Hickory Chemical Co., Inc. 
Plastics Engineering Co. 
Remington Arms Co., Inc. 
Royoe Chemical Co. 
Cabot, Samuel, Inc. 
Spencer Chemical Co. 
Taylor Fibre Co. 
Van Dyk & Co., Inc. 
Vitamins, Inc. 
Weetville Laboratories. 
Alox Corp. 

Atlas Refinery, Inc. 
Burroughs Wellcome & Co 
Edison, Thomas A., Inc. 



(U.S.A.), Inc. 
(Medical Gas Div.). 



See footnote at end of table. 



158 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 





TABLE 27. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory 


of manufacturers, i935- -Continued 


No. 


Name of company 


No. 


Name of company 


i-;8 


France, Campbell & Darling, Inc. 


224 


Cleary, W. A., Corp. 


149 


General Color Co., Inc. 


225 


Greenwood Textile Supply Co. 


150 


Great Western Sugar Co. 


226 


Parke, Davis & Co. 


151 


United Rubber & Chemical Co. 


227 


Pedlow-Nease Chemical Co., Inc. 


152 


Meriohem Co. 


228 


Pennsylvania Industrial Chemical Corp. 


153 


Metalsalts Corp. 


229 


Salvo Chemical Corp. 


154 


Michigan Chemical Corp. 


230 


Verona Chemical Co. 


155 


Ne« Jersey Zinc Co. (of Pa.). 


231 


Witco Chemical Co. 


156 


Osborn, C. J., Co. 


232 


Zum, 0. F., Co. 


157 


Penlok, S. B., &. Co. 


233 


Bryant Chemical Corp. 


158 


Sherwood Refining Co., Inc. 


234 


Carus Chemical Co., Inc. 


159 


Synoo Resins, Inc. 


235 


Carwin Co. 


160 


Petrolite Corp. (Tretolite Co. Div.). 


236 


Collett-Week Corp. 


161 


Wallace & Tiernan, Inc. (Harchem Div.). 


237 


Continental Oil Co. 


162 


Carpenter-Morton Co. 


238 


Cook Paint & Varnish Co. 


163 


Dakota Briquets & Tar Products, Inc. 


239 


Douglas Chemical Corp. 


164 


Humphrey-Wilkinson, Inc. 


240 


Farmers' Chemical Co. 


165 


Leatex Chemical Co. 


241 


Foremost Food & Chemical Co. (El Dorado Div.). 


166 


Oldbury Electro-Chemical Co. 


242 


General Petroleum Corp. 


167 


Van Camp Laboratories. 


243 


Kay-Fries Chemicals, Inc. 


168 


National Biochemical Co. 


244 


Lebanon Chemical Corp. 


169 


Frontier Chemical Co., Div. of Union Chemicals 


245 


Lilly, Eli, & Co. 




& Materials Corp. 


246 


Peters Chemical Co. 


170 


Industrial Products, Inc. 


247 


Phoenix Oil Co. 


171 


Azoplate Corp. 


248 


Pratt & Lambert, Inc. 


172 


Berk, F. W., & Co., Inc. 


249 


Tar Distilling Co., Inc. 


173 


Brown Co. 


250 


United Piece Dye Works. 


174 


Commercial Ink & Lacquer Co., Inc. 


251 


Chemical Process Co. 


175 


Cosden Petroleum Corp. 


252 


DePaul Chemical Co., Inc. 


176 


Cities Service Refining Corp. (F.F.C.)^ 


253 


Kohnstamm, H., & Co., Inc. 


177 


Crosby Chemicals, Inc. 


254 


Washington Natural Gas Co. 


178 


Dye Specialties Corp., Inc. 


255 


American Alcolac Corp. 


179 


Inland Steel Container Co. 


256 


Caliio Chemicals, Inc. 


180 


Magnolia Petroleum Co. 


257 


Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc. 


181 


Nepera Chemical Co., Inc. 


258 


Fiber Chemical Corp. 


182 


Ohio Chemical & Surgical Equipment Co. 


259 


Pacific Yeast Products, Inc. 


183 


Pabco Products, Inc. 


260 


Stauffer Chemical Co. 


184 


Pitman-Moore Co., Div. of Allied Laboratories, 


261 


Washburn, T. F., Co. 




Inc. 


262 


Cities Service Oil Co. 


185 


Spaulding Fibre Co., Inc. 


263 


General Tire & Rubber Co. (Chemical Div.). 


186 


Stanolind Oil & Gas Co. 


264 


R. S. A. Corp. 


187 


Summit Chemical Products Corp. 


265 


Staley, A. E., Manufacturing Co. 


188 


Tennessee Products & Chemical Corp. 


266 


Upjohn Co. 


189 


Universal Detergents, Inc. 


267 


American Maize Products Co. 


190 


Wallace & Tiernan, Inc. 


268 


Medical Chemicals Corp. 


191 


Western Dry Color Co. 


269 


Standard-Toch-Chemlcals, Inc. 


192 


Chemagro Corp. 


270 


Swift & Co. 


193 


Industrial Dyestuff Co. 


271 


Toms River-Cincinnati Chemical Corp. (Toms 


194 


Johnson, Chas. Eneu, Co., Inc. 




River Div.). 


195 


M & M Wood Working Co. 


272 


Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. 


196 


Marx, Max, Color & Chemical Co. 


273 


Baker, J. T., Chemical Co. (Taylor Chemical 


197 


Sonneborn, L., Sons, Inc. 




Div.). 


198 


Trojan Powder Co. 


274 


Fine Colors Co. 


199 


Acme Resin Corp. 


275 


Harshaw Chemical Co. 


200 


Anderson Laboratories, Inc. 


276 


Monsanto Chemical Co. 


201 


Appleton Coated Paper Co. 


277 


National Polychemlcals, Inc. 


202 


" Huggins, James, & Son, Inc. 


278 


Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Co. 


203 


Nelson-Wells & Co. 


279 


Stepan Chemical Co. 


204 


Neville Chemical Co. 


280 


Union Oil Co. of California. 


205 


Continental-Diamond Fibre Div. of the Budd 


281 


Warner-Jenkinson Manufacturing Co. 




Co., Inc. 


282 


Baker Castor Oil Co'. 


206 


Baltimore Paint & Color Works. 


283 


Chemical Manufacturing Co., Inc. 


207 


Drug Processors, Inc. 


284 


Sheffield Chemical Co., Div, of Sheffield 


208 


Kentucky Color & Chemical Co. 




Faims Co., Inc. 


209 


Newport Industries, Inc. 


285 


Peck's Products Co. 


210 


Old Colony Tar Co., Inc. 


286 


Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Co. 


211 


Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. (Blockson 


287 


Specific Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 




Chemical Co. Div.). 


288 


Synthetic Chemicals, Inc. 


212 


Permutit Co. 


289 


Amerlcart Oil Co. (Texas). 


213 


Shepherd Chemical Co. 


290 


Dawe's Laboratories, Inc. 


214 


Stresen-Reuter, Fred'k. A., Inc. 


291 


Florasynth Laboratories, Inc. 


215 


Ad-Co Color Corp. 


292 


Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. (Ohio-Apex 


216 


Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 




Div.). 


217 


Lobica-Debruille, Inc. 


293 


Goodrich-Gulf Chemicals, Inc. 


218 


Maas Sc Waldstein Co. 


294 


Interchemical Corp. (Textile Colors Div.). 


219 


Meyer, J., & Sons. 


295 


Organics, Inc. 


220 


Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. (Solvay Process 


296 


Procter & Gamble Co. 




Div.). 


297 


Ruberoid Co. 


221 


Armour Laboratories Div. of Armour & Co. 


298 


U. S. Industrial Chemicals Co., Div. of 


222 


Arapahoe Chemicals, Inc., & Arapahoe Special 




National Distillers Products Corp. 




Products, Inc. 


299 


Watertown Manufacturing Co. 


223 


Carlisle Chemical Works, Inc. 


300 


Gulf Oil Corp. 






301 


Booty Resineers, Inc. 



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159 



Naioe of compajny 



Name of company 



Maunee Chemical Co. 

Qordon Chemicals, Inc. 

Hercules Powder Co. 

Maywood Chemical Works. 

New York Quinine & Chemical "Works, Inc. 

Quaker Chemical Products Corp. 

Ringwood Chemical Corp. 

Alco Oil & Chemical Corp. 

Benzol Products Co. 

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 

Crown Chemical Corp. 

Davis, H. B., Co. 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. (Synthetic Rubber 

and Latex Dlv.) . 
Hampden Color & Chemical Co. 
Durez Plastics Dlv. of Hooker Electrochemical 

Co. 
Jordan, Jr., W. H., & F., Manufacturing Co. 
Merrell, Wm. S., Co. 
Pennsylvania Refining Co. 
Petroleum Chemicals, Inc. 
Sonoco Products Co. 
Southern Eyestuff Corp. 
Standard Oltramarlne & Color Co. 
Trask, Arthur C, Co. 
Wetherlll, George D., Varnish Co. 
Dow Corning Corp. 
Fries Bros., Inc. 
Levey, Fred'k. H., Co., Inc. 
Paul -Lewis Laboratories, Inc. 
Hitter, F., & Co. 
Sandoz Chemical Works, Inc. 
Sumner Chemical Co., Inc. 
Alframlne Corp. 
Arco Co. 

Barium Reduction Corp. 
Crown Tar & Chemical Works, Inc. 
Endo Products, Inc. 
Halby Products Co., Inc. 
Hall, C. P., Co. of Illinois. 
Patent Chemicals, Inc. 
Purex Corp., Ltd. 
Richfield Oil Corp. 
Hitter Chemical Co., Inc. 
Squibb, E. R., & Sons, Dlv. of Olln Mathleson 

Chemical Corp. 
Sun Chemical Corp. (Pigment Dlv.). 
U. S. Oil Co. 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. (Nitrogen Dlv.). 
King, 0. L., & Co. 
Morton-Withers Chemical Co. 
National Chlorophyll & Chemical Co., Dlv. of 

Hofman Industries, Inc. 
Portland Gas & Coke Co. 
Specialty Resins Co. 
Stein, Hall & Co., Inc. 
American Rock Wool Corp. 
Dow Chemical Co. 

American Synthetic Rubber Corp. (F.F.C.)^ 
Ansbacher-Siegle Corp. 
City Chemical Corp. 
Indoil Chemical Corp. 
Gamma Chemical Corp. 
Nuodex Products Co., Inc. 
Quaker Oats Co. 
Althouse Chemical Co., Inc. 
Bennett's. 

Eaklns, J. S., & W. R., Inc. 
Heyden Chemical Corp. 
Jefferson Chemical Co., Inc. 
Victor Chemical Works. 
Chase Chemical Corp. 

Dewey icAlmy Chemical Co.,Div. of W.R.Grace & Co. 
General Mills, Inc. 
Holland Color & Chemical Co. 
Interchemlcal Corp. (Finishes Dlv.). 
Lever Brothers Co. 
National Lead Co. 
Scherer, R. P., Corp. 
Shell Oil Co. 
Varcum Chemical Corp. 
Velsicol Chemical Corp. 



380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 
387 
388 
389 
390 
391 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 

399 
400 
401 
402 
403 
404 
405 
406 
407 
408 

409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
425 
426 
427 
428 
429 
430 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
436 
437 
438 



440 
441 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 

447 
448 
449 
450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 



Air Reduction Chemical Co. 

American Alkyd Industries. 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Co. 

Buckman Laboratories, Inc. 

Dodd, Donald A. 

Metro-Atlantic, Inc. 

Organic Chemical Corp. 

Thomasset Colors, Inc. 

United States Procaine Co., Inc. 

Wheeler, Reynolds & Stauffer. 

California-Spray Chemical Corp. 

Atlas Powder Co. 

Kilsdonk Chemical Corp. 

Schuylkill Chemical Co. 

Stansbury Chemical Co., Inc. 

Thlokol Chemical Corp. 

Bush, W. J., & Co., Inc. 

Esso Standard Oil Co. 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. (Firestone 
Plastics Co. DiT.). 

Hereslte & Chemical Co. 

Colgate-Palmolive Co. 

Montrose Chemical Corp. of California. 

Shell Chemical Corp. 

Sinclair Refining Co. 

Standard Chemical Co. 

Standard Naphthalene Products Co., Inc. 

American Chemical Paint Co. 

Clinton Foods, Inc. 

Goodrich, B. F., Chemical Co. (Div. of B. F. 
Goodrich Co.). (F.F.C.)^ 

Hexagon Laboratories, Inc. 

Onyx Oil & Chemical Co. 

Pfister Chemical Works, Inc. 

Smith, KLlne & French Laboratories. 

Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

Young Aniline Works, Inc. 

American Potash & Chemical Corp. 

Winthrop Laboratories. 

du Pont de Nemours, E. I., 4 Co., Inc. 

Frltzsche Brothers, Inc. 

Standard Chlorine Chemical Co., Inc. 

Suntide Refining Co. 

Texas Co. 

Valspar Corp. 

Zinsser & Co., Inc. 

Brooklyn Color Works, Inc. 

Pabst Brewing Co« 

Riker Laboratories, Inc. 

Stange, Wm. J., Co. 

Miles Laboratories, Inp. 

Ortho Chemical Corp. 

Pacific Paint & Varnish Co. 

Humble Oil & Refining Co. (F.F.C.)^ 

Pilot Chemical Co. 

Schering Corp. 

Kessler Chemical Co., Inc. 

Bristol Laboratories, Inc. 

Eastern States Chemical Corp. 

Gane's Chemical Works, Inc. 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. (National Aniline 
Div.). 

Tennessee Eastman Co., Div. of Eastman Kodak 
Co. 

Texas Eastman Co., Dlv. of Eastman Kodak Co. 

Wyeth Laboratories, Inc. 

Ansul Chemical Co. 

Atlantic Refining Co. 

Chllds Pulp Colors, Inc. 

McGean Chemical Co. 

Pacific Coast Borax Co., Dlv. Borax Consoli- 
dated, Ltd. 

Dominion Products, Inc. 

LaSalle Chemical Co. 

Givaudan Corp. 

Huron Milling Co. 

Eastman Kodak Co. 

Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc. 

Rohm & Haas Co. 

Abbott Laboratories. 

American Viscose Corp. (Film Div.). 

Collway Colors, Inc. 



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Name of company 



Name of company 



Pure Oil Co. 

Berkshire Color & Chemical Co. 

Lemke, B. L., & Co., Inc. 

Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. 

Bruder, M. A., Sc Sons, Inc. 

Sterling Drug, Inc. (Hilton-Davis Chemical 

Co. Div.). 
Berkeley Chemical Corp. 
Eraulsol Chemical Corp. 
Ethyl -Dow Chemical Co. 
Formica Co. 

Freeman Chemical Corp. 
Guyan Color & Chemical Works. 
Keystone Chemurgic Corp. 
Oronite Chemical Co. 

Crown Chemical Co., Div. of Joseph Turner & Co, 
Dykem Co. 

McCloskey Varnish Co. 
Nopco Chemical Co., Inc. 
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Co. 
Belle Chemical Co., Inc. 
Catalin Corp. of America. 
Diamond Alkali Co. 
Ferro Chemical Corp. 
Texas-U. S. Chemical Co. 
Food Machinery & Chemical,^Corp. (Westvaco 

Chlor-Alkali Div. & Westvaco Mineral 

Products Div.) . 
Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. 
Pharma Chemical Corp. 
Socony-Mobil Oil Co., Inc. 
Deecy Products Co. 
Federal Color Laboratories, Inc. 
Imperial Paper & Color Corp. (Pigment Color 

Div.). 
Schenectady Varnish Co., Inc. 
Toms River-Cincinnati Chemical Corp. 

(Cincinnati Div.). 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co., Inc. 
Lakeside Laboratories, Inc. 
National Petro-Chemicals Corp. 
Lebec Chemical Corp. 
Petro-Tex Chemical Corp. 
Solvent Chemical Co., Inc. 
Genesee Research Corp. 
National Starch Products, Inc. 
Standard Soap Co. of Camden. 
Augusta Chemical Co. 
Dexter Chemical Corp. 
Emery Industries, Inc. 
General Electric Co. 
LaMotte Chemical Products Co. 
Lyle Branchf lower Co. 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
Perkins Glue Co. 
Publicker Industries, Inc. 
Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp. 
Republic Creosoting Co. 
Shawinigan Resins Corp. 
Sherwin-Williams Co. 
Sun Oil Co. 
Tex Chemical Co. 

Universal Western Chemical Corp. 
White & Bagley Co. 
Whittemore-Wright Co., Inc. 
Wilson Organic Chemicals, Inc. 
Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. 
General Aniline & Film Corp. (Dyestuff & 

Chemical Div.). 
H. M. Chemical Co. 
Chemo-Puro Manufacturing Corpy 
Wilson Laboratories Div. of Wilson & Co.j Inc. 
Kennecott Copper Corp. (Utah Copper Div.). 
Lueders, George, & Co, 
Magruder Color Co., Inc. 
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. 
Aquaness Corp. 
Phillips Petroleum Co. 
Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. 
American Cyanamid Co. 
Shulton, Inc. (Fine Chemicals Div.). 
Sun Chemical Corp. (Warwick Chemical Co. Div.), 
Bick & Co., Inc. 
Esso Standard Oil Co. (Louisiana Div.). 



Felton Chemical Co., Inc. 

Ultra Chemical Works, Inc. 

van Ameringen-Haebler, Inc. 

Consolidated Paint Co. 

Standard Oil Co. of California. 

Advance Solvents & Chemical Div. of Carlisle 

Chemical Works, Inc. 
Capital Plastics, Inc. 
Norwich Pharmacal Co. 
Poly Resins. 
Trubek Laboratories. 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. (Semet-Solvay 

Petrochemical Div.). 
Beech-Nut Packing Co. 
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 
Warren Petroleum Corp. 
Fuller, W. P., & Co. 
Meta Chemical Corp. 
Columbia Organic Chemicals, Inc. 
Celanese Corp. of America. 
Pfizer, Chas., & Co., Inc. 
Commercial Solvents Corp. 
Kelly, John F., Oo. 
Keystone Paint & Varnish Corp. 
Lever, C, Co., Inc. 
Merck & Co., Inc. 
Oil & Chemical Products, Inc. 
Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. (Llnde Air 

Products Co. ). 
Wica Co., Inc. 
Borden Co. (Chemical Div.). 
Evans Chemetics, Inc. 
Midland Industrial Finishes Co. 
Productol Co. 

American Aniline Products, Inc. 
Drew, E. F., & Co., Inc. 
Emkay Chemical Co. 
Gallowhur Chemical Corp. 
Krlshell Laboratories, Inc. 
United States Rubber Co. (Naugatuck Chemical 

Div.). 
Wolf, Jacques, & Co. 

New York Color & Chemical Co., Div. of Ameri- 
can Dyewood Co. 
Salem Oil & Grease Co. 
Coastwise Petroleum Co. 
Diversey Corp. 
IColker Chemical Corp. 
Lewis Tar Products Co. 
Union Bay State Chemical Co., Inc. 
Goodrich, B. F., Chemical Co. (Div. of B. F. 

Goodrich Co.). 
Sharpies Chemicals Div., of the Pennsylvania 

Salt Manufacturing Co. 
Verley Chemical Co., Inc. 
Alkydol Laboratories, Inc. 
Sinclair & Valentine Co. 
Synthetic Plastics Co. 
Blo-Rad Laboratories. 
Jennison-Wrlght Corp. 
Finetex, Inc. 
Ottol Oil Co. 

Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. (Bakelite Co.), 
Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. (Carbide & 

Carbon Chemicals Co.). 
Maryland Plastics, Inc. 
Hooker-Detrex, Inc . 
Hooker Electrochemical Co. 
Fine Organics, Inc. 

General Foods Corp. (Maxwell House Div.). 
Hoffman-Taff, Inc. 
Orbis Products Corp. 
May, Otto B., Inc. 
Pitt-Consol Chemical Co. 
Allitince Color & Chemical Co. 
Cockerille, F. 0. 
Edcan Laboratories. 
Geigy Chemical Corp. 
Houghton, E. F., & Co. 

Sterling Drug, Inc. (National Brands Div.). 
Brown, Andrew, Co. 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. (General Chemical 

Div.). 
Callison, I. P., 4 Sons, Inc. 



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No. 


Name of company 


No. 


Name of company 


6X0 


Col ton Chemical Co., Dlv. of Air Reduction Co., 


619 


Grace Chemical Co., Div. of W. R. Grace & Co. 




Inc. 


620 


Mallinckrodt Chemical Works. 


611 


Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. (Barrett Div.). 


621 


Cabot, Godfrey L., Inc. 


612 


Lubrlzol Corp. 


622 


Riverdale Chemical Co. 


613 


Synvar Corp. 


623 


Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. (Irving- 


614 


Roosevelt Oil & Refining Dlv. of Leonard 




ton Varnish & Insulator Div.). 




Refineries, Inc. 


624 


Chemlek Laboratories, Inc. 


615 


Ninol Laboratories, Inc. 


625 


Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. (Fairfield 


616 


Glidden Co. 




Chemical Div.). 


617 


Laros, R. K., Co. 


626 


Norda Essential Oil & Chemical Co., Inc. 


618 


Ethyl Corp. 







^ F. F. 0. in parentheses following the name of a company indicates U. S. Government plant operated for the 
Federal Facilities Corporation. 



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[Names of synthetic organic chemical manufacturers who reported production or sales to the United States 
Tariff Commission for 1955 are listed below alphabetically, together with their identification numbers 
as used in tables in part III. Section 1 of this table lists these manufacturers in the order of their 
identification numbers] 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Abbott Laboratories 

Acme Resin Corp 

Ad-Co Color Corp 

Advance Solvents & Chemical Dlv. of 
Carlisle Chemical Works, Inc. 

Air Reduction Chemical Co 

Alco Oil & Chemical Corp 

Alframlne Corp 

Alkydol Laboratories, Inc 

Alliance Color & Chemical Co 

Allied Asphalt & Mineral Corp 

Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. : 

Barrett Dlv 

General Chemical Dlv 

National Aniline Dlv 

Nitrogen Div 

Semet-Solvay Petrochemical Div 

Solvay Process Dlv 

All-Tex Specialties Co 

Alox Corp 

Althouse Chemical Co., Inc 

Amalgamated Chemical Corp 

American Alcolac Corp 

American Aliyd Industries 

American Aniline & Extract Co., Inc- 

American Aniline Products, Inc 

American Bio-Synthetics Corp — 

American Chemical Paint Co 

American Cyanamid Co 



American Maize Products Co 

American Marietta Co 

Ferbert-Schomdorfer Co. Dlv 

American Oil Co. (Texas) 

American Potash and Chemical Corp 

American Rock Wool Corp 

American Synthetic Rubber Corp. 

(F.F.C.)^ 
American Viscose Corp 

Film Dlv - 

Anderson Laboratories, Inc 

Ansbacher-Siegle Corp 

Ansul Chemical Co 

Apex Chemical Co., Inc 

Appleton Coated Paper Co 

Aquaness Corp 

Arapahoe Chemicals, Inc., & Arapahoe 

Special Products, Inc. 
Archer-Danlels-Mldland Co 

Aroo Co 

Armour & Co . : 

Chemical Dlv 

Aimour Laboratories Div 

Armstrong Cork Co 

Arnold, HoffBian & Co., Inc 

Astra Pharmaceutical Products, Inc — 

Atlantic Chemical Corp 

Atlantic Refining Co 

Atlas Powder Co 

Atlas Processing Co- 

Atlas Refinery, Inc 



14th St. and Sheridan Rd., North Chicago, 111. 

UOl Circle Ave., Forest Park, 111. 

66 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N. J. 

245 5th Ave., New York 16, N. Y. (Jersey City, N. J.). 

60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y. (Bound Brook, N. J.). 

Trenton Ave. and William St. , Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

72-76 Putnam St., Paterson 4, N- J. (Los Angeles, Calif.). 

3242 S. 50th Ave., Cicero 50, 111. 

33 Avenue P- Newark 5, N. J. 

217 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. (Dunellen, N. J.). 

40 Rector St., New York 6, N. Y. (F^rfleld, Ala.; Calumet 
City and Chicago, 111.; Detroit, Mich.; Edgewater, N. J.; 
Greensboro, N. C; Ironton, Toledo, and Youngstown, Ohio; 
and Bethlehem, Frankford, and Philadelphia, Pa. ) . 

40 Rector St., New York 6, N. Y. (Nichols, Calif.; Danville, 
111.; Baton Rouge, La.; Buffalo, N. Y.; and Marcus Hook, 
Pa.). 

40 Rector St., New York 6, N. Y. (Buffalo, N. Y.; Chester- 
field and Hopewell, Va. ; and Moundsvllle, W. Va. ) . 

40 Rector St., New York 6, N. Y. (Omaha, Nebr.; South Point, 
Ohio; and Orange, Tex.). 

40 Rector St., New York 6 (Tonawanda), N. Y. 

P.O. Box 271, Syracuse 1 (Solvay VlUage), N. Y. 

65 Jfeadow St., Warwick, R. I. 

3943 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

540 Pear St., Reading, Pa. 

Ontario and Rorer Sts. , Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

3440 Fairfield Rd., Baltimore 26, Md. 

Broad and 14th Sts., Carlstadt, N. ^. 

Venango and F Sts., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

50 Union Sq. , New York 3, N. Y. (Lock Haven, Pa.). 

710 W. National Ave., Milwaukee 4, Wis. 

Ambler, Pa. 

30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20, N. Y. (Azusa, Calif.; 
Stamford and Walllngford, Conn.; Avondale, La.; Bound 
Brook, Linden, Newark, Princeton, and Woodbridge, N. J.; 
Pearl Rlver,N. Y.; Charlotte, N. C; Marietta, Ohio; 
Bridgevllle, Pa.; Damascus, Va.; and Willow Island, W. Va.) 

250 Park Ave., New York 17, N. Y. 

3400 13th Ave., SW., Seattle 4, Wash. 

12815 Elmwood Ave., Cleveland 11, Ohio. 

P.O. Box 401, Texas City, Tex. 

3030 W. 6th St., Los Angeles 54, Calif. 

401 Arlington Ave., Torrance, Calif. 

P.O. Box 360, Louisville 1, Ky. 

1617 Pennsylvania Blvd., Philadelphia 3 (Meadville), Pa. 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

3940 Summit St., Weston, kach. 

92 Chestnut Ave., flosebank, Staten Island 5, N. Y. 

1 Stanton St., Marinette, Wis. 

225 W. 34th St., New York 1, N. Y. (Elizabethport, N. J.). 

1200 N. Meade St., J^pleton, Wis. 

2005 Qjltman St., Houston 26, Tex. 

2800 Pearl St., Boulder, Colo. 

700 Investors Bldg., Minneapolis 2, Iflnn. (Wyandotte, Mich., 

and Ashtabula, Ohio) . 
7301 Bessemer Ave., Cleveland 27, Ohio. 

1355 W. 31st St., Chicago 9 (McCook), 111. 

Box 511, Kankakee, 111. 

W. Liberty St., Lancaster (Pittsburgh), Pa. 

55 Canal St., Providence 1, R. I. (Dlghton, Mass.; Charlotte, 

N. C. ; and Cincinnati, Ohio) . 
7-1/2 Neponset St., Worcester 6, Mass. 
153 Prospect St., Passaic (Natley), N. J. 
260 S. Broad St., Philadelphia 1, Pa. (Port Arthur, Tex.). 
New Murphy Road 4 Concord Pike, Wilmington 99, Del. (Atlas 

Point, Del.; Tamaqua, Pa.; and Memphis, Tenn. ). 
P.O. Box 1786, Shreveport, La. 
1A2 Lockwood St., Newark 5, N. J. 



See footnote at end of table. 



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Name of cciQiaiiy 



Office addresB (location of plant given In 
parentheses If not In same city as office) 



Atomic Basic Chemicals Corp 

Augusta Chemical Co 

Azoplate Corp 

Baker Castor Oil Co 

Baier, J. T. , Chemical Co 

Taylor Chemical Dlv 

Baltimore Paint & Color Works 

Barium Reduction Corp 

Bates Chemical Co- 

Beech-Nut Packing Co 

Belle Chemical Co., Ino 

Bennett's 

Benzol Products Co 

Berk, F. W., & Co., Inc 

Berkeley Chemical Corp 

Berkshire Color & Chemical Co 

Blck & Co., Inc 

Bio-Rad Laboratories 

Bios Laboratories, Inc 

Bird & Son, Inc., Floor Covering Dlv- 

Blackman Brands, Inc 

Booty Resineers, Inc 

Borden Co. , Chemical Dlv 



Borg-Warner Corp., Marbon Chemical Div- 

Bristol Laboratories, Inc 

Brooklyn Color Works, Inc 

Brown Co 

Brown, Andrew, Co 

Bruder, M. A. , & Sons, Ino 

Bryant Chemical Coip 

Buckeye Cellulose Corp 

Buckman Laboratories, Inc 

Burkart-Sohier Chemical Co 

Burroughs-Wellcone & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc- 

Bush, W. J., & Co., Inc 

Cabot, Godfrey L. , Inc 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc 

Cadet Chemical Corp 

Calhlo Chemicals, Inc 

California Ink Co., Inc 

California-Spray Chemical Corp 

Callison, I. P., & Sons, Inc 

Capital Plastics, Ino 



Carlisle Chemical Works, Inc- 

Carpenter-Morton Co 

Cams Chemical Co., Inc 

Carwin Co 

Catalln Corp. of America 



Celanese Corp. of Amerloa- 



Inc- 



Marco Products Dlv 

Chaffardon, J 

Chase Chemical Corp 

Chemagro Corp 

Chemical Manufacturing Co. 

Chemical Process Co- 

Chemloo, Inc 

Chemlek Laboratories, Ino 

Chemo-Puro Manufacturing Corp 

Childs Pulp Colors, Inc 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc- 

Cinclnnatl Chemical Works, Ino 

Cities Service Oil Co 

Cities Service Refining Corp. 

(F.F.C.)^ 

City Chemical Corp 

Cleary, W. A., Corp 

Clinton Foods, Ino 

Coastwise Petroleum Co 

Cockerille, F. 

Colgate-Palmolive Co 



Collett-Week Corp 

Collway Colors, Ino 

Colton Chemical Co. , Dlv. of Air 
Reduction Co., Ino. 

See footnote at end of table. 



P.O. Box 10855, Pittsburgh 36, Pa. 

Box 660, Augusta, Ga. 

Morris Ave. and Weaver St., Summit, N. J. 

120 Broadway, New York 5, N. Y. (Bayonne, N. J.). 

600 N. Broad St., Phllllpsburg, N. J. 

600 N. Broad St., Phllllpsburg, N. J. (Penn Yan, N. Y.). 

2325 Annapolis Ave., Baltimore 30, m. 

P.O. Box 8097, S. Charleston 3, W. Va. 

Scottdale Rd. , Lansdowne, Pa. 

Canajoharie, N. Y. 

53A Pearl St., Reading, Pa. 

65 W. 1st South St., Salt Lake City 10, Utah. 

237 South St., Newark 5 (Nixon), N. J. 

Park PI., E. , Wood-Ridge, N. J. 

Summit Ave., Berkeley Heights, N. J. 

250 Delawanna Ave., Delawanna, N. J. 

1820 N. 12th St., Reading, Pa. 

300 Delaware St., Berkeley 9, Calif. 

17 W. 60th St., New York 23, N. Y. 

East Walpole (Norwood), Mass. 

Ill Wesley St. , S. Hackensack, N. J. 

42 S. 3d St., Newark, Ohio. 

350 Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y. (Demopolis, Ala.; 

Los Angeles, Calif.; Illiopolls, 111.; Leaminster and 

Peabody, Mass.; Balnbridge, N. Y.; Kemersville, N. C. ; 

Springfield, Oreg.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Seattle, Wash.; 

and Browntown, Wis.). 
1926 W. 10th Ave., Gary, Ind. 
P.O. Box 657, Syracuse 1, N. Y. 
Morgan & Norman Aves., Brooklyn 22, N. Y. 
650 Main St. , Berlin, N. H. 
5431 S. District, Los Angeles 18, Calif. 
52d and Grays Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. 
6 North St., N. CJolnoy 71, Mass. 
P.O. Box 539, Cincinnati 1, Ohio. 
1256 N. McLean, Memphis 8, Tenn. 
1228 Chestnut St., Chattanooga 2, Tenn. 
Scarsdale Rd., Tuokahoe 7, N. Y. 

.19 W. 44th St., New York 26, N. Y. (Unden, N. J.). 
77 Fl-anklln St., Boston 10 (Cambridge), Mass. 
141 Milk St., Boston 9 (Chelsea), Mass. 
Burt, N. Y. 

380 Madison Ave., New York 27, N. Y. (Perry, Ohio). 
545 Sansome St., San Francisco 11 (Berkeley), Calif. 
Lucas and Ortho Way, Richmond 4, Calif. 
801 Lloyd Bldg., Seattle 1, Wash. 
1032 Sibley Tower Bldg., Rochester 4, N. Y. (Brodhead, 

Wis.). 
West St., Reading 15, Ohio. 
376 3d St. , Everett 49, Mass. 
Box 364, LaSalle, 111. 
Stiles Lane, North Haven, Conn. 
1 Park Ave., New York 16, N. Y. (Calumet City, 111.; Fords, 

N. J.; and Thomasville, N. C). 
180 Madison Ave., New York 16, N. 

Newark, N. J.; CeLriver, S. C. 

and Celoo, Va. ) . 
290 Ferry St., Newark (Linden), N. J. 
209 Market St. , I^mn, Mass. 
3527 anallman St. , Pittsburgh 1, Pa. 
101 Park Ave., New York 17, N., Y. (Pittsburgh, Pa.). 
Ashland, Mass. 

1901 Spring St., Redwood City, Calif. 
2508 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Palls, Ohio. 
4040 W. i23d St. , Worth, 111. 
150 Doremus Ave., Newark 5, N. J. 

43 Summit St., Brooklyn 31, N. Y. 
556 Morris Ave., Summit, N. J. 

See Toms River-Cincinnati Chemical Corp. 

Cities Service Bldg., Bartlesville (Tallant), Okla. 

716 Hodges St., Lake Charles, La. 

132 W. 22d St., New York U, N. Y. (Jersey City, N. J.). 

New Brunswick (Franklin Township), N. J. 

Clinton, Iowa. 

1127 lAinsey Bldg., Baltimore 2, IB. (Goodhppe, La.). 

Greenwood, Va. 

300 Park Ave., New York 22, N. Y. (Berkeley, CaUf.; 

Jeffersouvllle, Ind.; Kansas City, Kans.; and Jersey 

City, N. J.). 
Quimby St., Ossinlng, N. Y. 
IS Market St., Paterson 1, N. J. 
1545 E. 18th St., Cleveland iA, Ohio. 



Y. (Amcelle, IB.; 
Bishop and Pampa, Tex. 



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TABLE 



Mtiw of n.rwitpnry 



Office address (location of plant glren In 
parentheses if not In sane city as office) 



Columbia Organic Chemiceds, Inc 

Ccnoercial Ink & lacquer Co., Inc 

Commercial Solvents Corp 

ConaDnBealth Color & Chemical Co- 

Consolidated Paint Co . 

Continental-Diamond ritre Dlv. of 

the Budd Co., Inc. 

Continental Oil Go 

Cook Paint & Varnish Co 

Coopers Creek Chemical Corp 

Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp 

Com Products Refining Co 

Cosden Petroleum Corp 

Crosby Chemicals, Inc 

Crown Central Petroleum Corp 

Crown Chemical Co., Div. of Joseph 

Turner & Co. 

Crown Chemical Corp 

Crownoll Chemical Co., Inc 

Crown Tar & Chemical Works, Inc 

Cutter Laboratories 

Dakota BriijuetE & Tar Products, Ino-— 

Davis, H. B. , Co 

Dawe's Laboratories, Inc 

Deecy Products Co 

Deep Rock Oil Co 

Deere & Co., Grand River Chemical Div- 

Delaware Chemicals, Inc 

Delta Chemical Works, Inc 

DePaul Chemical Co., Inc 

Dewey & Almy Chemical Co., Dlv. of 

W. R. Grace & Co. 

Dexter Chemical Corp 

Diamond Alkali Co 

Dlversey Corp 

Dodd, Donald A 

Dominion Products, Inc 

Douglas Chemical Corp 

Dow Chemical Co 

Dow Coming Corp 

Drew, E. F. , & Co., Inc 

Drug Processors, Inc 

duPont de Nemours, E. I., & Co., Inc-- 



I^e Specialties Corp., Inc 

I^kem Co 

Eakins, J. S., & W. R. , Inc 

Eastern States Chemical Corp 

Fjtgf.mftn Kodak Co 

Tennessee Eastman Co. Div 

Texas Eastman Co. Div 

Edcan Laboratories 

Edison, Thomas A., Inc., Medical Gas 

Dlv. 

Elizabethtown Consolidated Gas Co 

Enery Industries, Ino 

Einkay Chemical Co 

Emulsol Chemical Corp 

Endo Products, Ino 

Esso Standard Oil Co 

Louisiana Div 

Ethyl Corp 

Ethyl-Dow Chemical Co 

Evans Chemetlos, Ino 

Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc 

Farley & Loetscher Manufacturing Co-- 

Farmers' Chemical Co 

Farrlngton, W. U. , Estate of 

Federal Color Laboratories, Inc 

Felton Chemical Co., Inc 



1012 Drake St., Columbia, S. C. 
350 itorris St., Toledo 4, Ohio. 
260 Madison Ave., New York 16, N. Y. (Agnew, Calif. j 

Peoria, Ill.j Terre Haute, Ind.; Harvey and Sterllnfton, 

La.; and Carlstadt, N. J.). 
32^0 Grace Ave., New York 69, N. Y. 
3101 E. Oljrapla Blvd. , Los Angeles 23, Calif. 
70 S. Chapel St., Newark, Del. (Bridgeport, Pa.). 

1000 S. Pine St., Ponca City, Qkla. 

P.O. Box 389, Kansas City -11, Ifc. 

River Rd., W. Conahohocken, Pa. 

P.O. Box 1029, Baton Rouge 1, La. 

17 Battery PI., New York 4, N. Y. (Argo, lU.). 

P.O. Box 13U, Big Spring, Tex. 

Box 111, Picayune, Iflss. (De Ridder, La.). 

American Bldg., Baltimore 3, Md. (Near Houston, Tex.). 

Pleasantvlew Terrace, Rldgefield, N. J. 

2A0 India St., Providence 3, R. I. 

2-1-; -igth Ave., Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

900 Wewatta St., Denver A, Colo. 

Ath and Parker Sts., Berkeley 1, Calif. 

Box 446, Dickinson, N. Dak. 

Bush & Severn Sts., Baltimore 30, Md. 

4800 S. Richmond St., Chicago 32, 111. (Newaygo, Mich.). 

120 Potter St., Cambridge 42, Mass. 

203 N. Robinson, Oklahoma City (Gushing), Okla. 

2010 S. Utica, Tulsa (Pryor), Okla. 

50 Murray St., Staten Island 9, N. Y. 

23 W. 60th St., New York 23, N. Y. 

44-27 Purvis St., Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

62 Whittemore Ave., Cambridge 40 (Acton), Mass. 

819 Edgewater Rd. , New York 59, N. Y. 

300 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland 14, Ohio. (Newark, 

N. J.; Painesvllle, Ohio; Houston, Tex.; and Belle, 

W. Va.). 
1820 Roscoe St., Chicago 13, 111. 
Rt. 5, Box 621, Everett, Wash. 
10-AO 44th Dr. , Long Island City 1, N. Y. 
1624 Darrow Ave. , Evanston, 111. 
Midland, Mich. (Pittsburg and Torrance, Calif.; Gales 

Ferry, Conn.; Framingham, Mass.; and I^eport, Tex.). 
Box 592, Midland, Mich. 

15 E. 26th St., New York 10, N. Y. (Boonton, N. J.). 
1219 E. Church St., Adrian, Mich. 

10th and Market Sts., Wilmington 98, Del. (S. San iVan- 
cisco, Calif.; Newport apd Wilmington, Del.; Chicago, 
111.; E. Chicago, Ind.; Ft. Madison, Iowa; Louisville, 
I^.; Everett, Mass.; Flint, Mich.; Carney's Point, 
Qrasselli, Linden, Newark, New Brunswick, Parlin, and 
Perth Amboy, N. J.; Niagara Ftills, N. Y.; Cleveland and 
Toledo, Ohio; Philadelphia, Pa.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; 
Beaumont, LaPorte, and Orange, Tex.; Martinsville, Va. ; 
and BeUe, W. Va. ) . 

26 Journal Sq., Jersey City 6, N. J. 

2307 N. llti St., St. Louis 6, Ito. 

55 Berry St. , Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 

P.O. Box 5008, Harrisburg Station, Houston 12, Tex. 

343 State St., Rochester 4, N. Y. 

Eastman Rd., Klngsport, Tenn. 

P.O. Box 2068, Longview, Tex. 

10 Pine St., South Norwalk, Conn. 

P.O. Box 15, Stuyvesant Falls, N. Y. 

16 W. Jersey St. , Elizabeth 4, N. J. 
4300 Carew Tower, Gincinnati 2, Ohio. 
319 2d St., Elizabeth 1, N. J. 

59 E. Madison St. , Chicago 3, 111. 

84-40 101st St., Richmond Hill 18, N. Y. 

P.O. Box 23, Unden, N. J. 

P.O. Box 551, Baton Rouge 1, La. 

100 Park Ave., New York 17, N. Y. (Baton Rouge, La.; 

Orangeburg, S. C.; and Pasadena, Tex.). 
Midland, Mich. (Freeport, Tex.). 
250 E. 43d St., New York 17 (Waterloo), N. Y. 
600 Ferry St., Newark 5, N. J. 
7th and White Sts. , Dubuque, Iowa. 
P.O. Box 591, Kalamazoo 99, Mich. 
Box 389, E. Greenwich (Warwick), R. I. 
4633 Forest Ave., Norwood, Cincinnati 12, Ohio. 
599 Johnson Ave. , Brooklyn 37, N. Y. 



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Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not In same city as office) 



Ferro Chemical Corp 

Flher Chemical Corp 

Fine Colors Co 

Fine Organlcs, Inc 

Flnetex, Inc 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. : 

Synthetic Rubber & Latex Dlv 

Firestone Plastics Co. Dlv 

Florasynth Laboratories, Inc 

Food Machinery & Chemical Corp.: 

Fairfield Chemical Dlv 

Ohio- Apex Dlv 

Pine Bluff Chemical Co. & Niagara 
Chemical Dlv. 

Westvaco Chlor-AIkaOi Dlv. & 
Westvaco Mineral Products Dlv. 
Foremost Food & Chemical Co., El 

Dorado Dlv. 

Formica Co 

ft-anoe, Campbell & Darling, Inc 

Freeman Chemical Corp 

Pries Bros., Inc 

Fritzsche Brothers, Inc 

Frontier Chemical Co. , Dlv. of Union 

Chemicals & Materials Corp. 

Fuller, W. P., & Co 

Gallowhur Chemical Corp 

Gamma Chemical Corp 

Gane's Chemical Works, Inc 

Geigy Chemical Corp 

General Aniline & Film Coi^. , I^'estuff 

& Chemical Dlv. 

General Color Co., Ino 

General Electric Co. : 

Chemical Materials Dept 

Silicone Products Dept 

General Foods Corp., Maxwell House 

Div. 

General Mills, Inc 

General Petroleum Corp 

General Tire & Rubber Co. (F. F. 0.)^--- 
General Tire & Rubber Co., Chemical 

Div. 

Genesee Research Corp 

George, P. D., Co- 

Gilman Paint & Varnish Co 

Glvaudan Corp 

Glidden Co 

Glyco Products Co., Inc 

Goodrich, B. F. , Co. : 

Goodrich, B. F. , Chemical Co. Dlv. 

(F.F.C.)^ 
Goodrich, B. F. , Chemical Co. Dlv--- 



Goodrich-Gulf Chemicals, Inc 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 

Goodyear Synthetic Rubber Corp- 

Pathfinder Chemical Corp 

Gordon Chemicals, Inc 

Grace Chemical Co., Div. of W. R. 

Grace & Co. 

Grain Processing Corp 

Grand Rapids Varnish Corp 

Great Southern Chemical Corp 

Great Western Sugar Co 

Greenwood Textile Supply Co 

Griffin Chemical Co 

Gulf Oil Corp - 

Guyan Color & Chemical Works 

Halby Products Co., Inc 

Hall, C. P., Co. of Illinois 

Hampden Color & Chemical Co 

Hanna Paint Manufacturing Co., 

Industrial Div. 

Harbor Pl^ood Corp- 

Harshaw Chemical Co 



Harsyd Chemicals, Ino — 

Hart Products Corp 

Hartman-Leddon Co 

See footnote at end of table. 



ASO Krick Rd., Bedford, Ohio. 

P.O. Box 218, Matawan ( Clif fwood) , N. J. 

21-29 MoBrlde Ave., Paterson 1, N. J. 

211 E. 19th St., New York 3, N. Y. (Lodl, N. J.). 

418 Falmouth Ave., E. Paterson, N. J. 

381 W. Wilbeth Hd., Akron 1, Ohio. 

P. 0. Box 690, Pottstown, Pa. 

900 Van Nest Ave., New York 62, N. Y. 

1700-1901 Patapsco Ave., Baltimore 26, Md. 

Nitro, W. Va. 

100 Niagara St., Mlddleport, N. Y. (Arsenal, Ark.). 



Y. (Newark, Calif., and 



161 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. 

Charleston, W. Va. ) . 
P.O. Box 599, pakland 4, Calif. 

4614 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati 32 (Evendale), Ohio. 

Michigan Ave. , Kenilworth, N. J. 

211 E. Main St., Port Washington (SaukviUe), Wis. 

Box 8, Carlstadt, N. J. 

76 9th Ave., New York 11, N. Y. (Clifton, N. J.). 

321 W. Douglas, Wichita, KanS. 

P.O. Box 111, S. San Francisco 19, Calif. 

North Water St., Osslning, N. Y. 

220 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y. (Great Meadows, N. J.). 

677 5th Ave., New York 22, N. Y. (Carlstadt, N. J.). 

89 Barclay St., New York 8, N. Y. (Cranston, R. I.). 

230 Park Ave., New Y^rk 17, N. Y. (Linden, N. J., and 

Rensselaer, N. Y. ) . 
24 Ave. B, Newark 5, N. J. 

1 Plastics Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. (Anaheim, Calif.; 

Pittsfield, Mass.; and Schenectady, N. Y.). 
Waterford, N. Y. 
1125 Hudson St., Hoboken, N. J. 

400 2d Ave., S. , Minneapolis 1, Minn. 

P.O. Box 2122, Terminal Annex, Los Angeles 54, Calif. 

Baytown, Tex. 

1708 Englewood Ave., Akron (Ashtabula and Mogadore), Ohio. 

961 Lyell Ave., Rochester 6, N. Y. 

5200 N. 2d St., St. Louis 7, Jfc. 

216 W. 8th St., Chattanooga 1, Tenn. 

109-201 Delawanna Ave., Delawanna, N. J. 

11001 Madison Ave., Cleveland 2, Ohio (San Francisco, 

Calif.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Chicago, 111.; Minneapolis, 

Minn. ; Cleveland, Ohio; and Reading, Pa. ) . 
Bnpire State Bldg., New York 1, N. Y. (Wllliamsport, Pa.). 

324 Rose Bldg., Cleveland 15, Ohio (Port Neches, Tex., and 
Institute, W. Va.). 

324 Rose Bldg., Cleveland 15, Ohio (Calvert City and 

Louisville, Ky.; Haledon and Kearny, N. J.; Niagara Falls, 
N. Y.; and Akron and Avon Lake Village, Ohio). 

3121 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 15, Ohio (Port Neches, Tex.). 

1144 E. Market St., Akron 16, Ohio. 

P. 0. Box 5397, Houston, Tex. (Akron, Ohio). 

5408 Baker Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

A & Lombard Sts., Wilmington 99, Del. 

P.O. Box 4906, Jfemphis (Woodstock), Tenn. 

1600 Oregon St., liiscatine, Iowa. 

1350 Steele Ave., SW., Grand Hapids 2, Mich. 

P.O. Box 4166, Corpus Christi, Tex. 

P.O. Box 5308 Terminal Annex, Denver (Johnstown), Colo. 

27 Jfeadow St., Warwick (i^ponaug), H. I. 

1000 16th St., San Francisco 7 (Richmond), Calif. 

Gulf Bldg., Pittsburgh 30, Pa. 

Box 1088, Huntington, W. Va. 

P.O. Box 366, Wilmington 99, Del. 

5145 W. 67tn St., Chicago 38, 111. 

5 Albany St., Springfield 1, Mass. 

1313 Windsor Ave., Columbus 16, Ohio. 

Box 940, Aberdeen, Wash. 

1945 E. 97th St., Cleveland 6, Ohio (Gloucester City, 

N. J.). 
397 W. 21st St., Holland, Mich. 

1440 Broadway, New York 18, N. Y. (Jersey City, N. J.). 
5821 Market St., Philadelphia 39, Pa. 



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Name oi ccnpauy 



Office address (location of plant given In 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Hercules Powder Co 

Heresite & Chemical Co 

Hexagon Laboratories, Inc 

Heyden Chemical Corp 

H. M. Chemical Co 

Hoffman- LaRoche, Inc 

Hofftnan-Taff, Inc 

Holland Color & Chemical Co 

Hooker-Detrex, Inc 

Hooker Electrochemical Co 

Durez Plastics Div 

Houghton, E. F. , & Co 

Huggins, James, & Son, Inc 

Humble Oil & Refining Co. (F.F.C.)^— 

Him^ihrey-Wilklnson, Inc 

Huron Milling Co 

Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc 

Imperial Paper & Color Corp. , Pigment 

Color Div. 

Indoil Chemical Corp 

Industrial Dyestuff Co 

Industrial Products, Inc 

Inland Steel Container Co 

Inter chemical Corp. : 

Finishes Div 

Textile Colors Mv 

International JtLneralB & Chemical 
Corp. 

Ironsides Co 

Jefferson Chemical Co., Inc 

Jennl son-Wright Corp 

Johnson, Chas. Eneu, Co., Inc 

Jones-Dabney Co 

Jordan, Jr., W. H. , 4 F., Manu- 
facturing Co. 

Kali Manufacturing Co 

Kallde Corp 

Kay-Fries Chemicals, Inc 

Kehew-Bradley Co 

Kelly, John F. , Co 

Kendall Refining Co- 

Kennecott Copper Corp. : 

Chino Mines Div 

Utah Copper Div 

Kentucky Color & Chemical Co 

KesBler Chemical Co., Inc 

Keystone Chemurglc Corp 

Keystone Color Works, Inc 

Keystone Paint & Variilsh Corp 

Kilsdonk Chemical Corp 

King, 0. L. , 4 Co 

Knoedler Chemical Co 

Kohnstamm, H. , & Co., Inc 

Kolker Chemical Corp 

Koppers Co., Inc.: 

Chemical Div 

Tar Products Div 



Krlshell Laboratories, Inc 

Krumbhaar Chemical Co., Inc 

Kyanlze Paints, Inc 

Lakeside Laboratories, Inc 

Lake States Yeast Corp 

Lalfctte Chemical Products Co 

Laros, R. K. , Co 

LaSalle Chemical Co 

Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co., Inc- 

Leatex Chemical Co 

Lebanon Chemical Corp 



900 Market St., Wilmington 99, Del. (Savannah, Ga.; 

Mansfield, Mass.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Burlington and 

Parlin, N. J.; and Hopewell, Va.). 
822 S. Uth St., Manitowoc, Wis. 
3536 Peartree Ave. , New York 69, N. Y. 
342 Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y. (Fords and Garfield, 

N. J.). 
1651 18th St., Santa Monica, Calif. 
32-;-A24 Kingsland Rd., Nutley 10, N. J. 
P.O. Box 1614, Springfield, Mo. 
492 Douglas Ave., Holland, Mich. 
Buffalo Ave. & 47th St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. (Ashtabula, 

Ohio, and Tacoma, Wash. ) . 
Buffalo Ave. & 47th St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Walck Rd. , N. Tonawanda, N. Y. 
303 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia 33, Pa. 
239 Medford St., Maiden 48, Mass. 
P.O. Box 2180, Houston, Tex. 
DeVine St. , North Haven, Conn. 

9 Park PI., New York 7, N. Y. (Harbor Beach, Mich.). 
Charles & Chase Sts., Baltimore 1, Ml. 
P.O. Box 231, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 80, 111. (Whiting, Ind. ) . 
Ifassasoit Ave. & Dexter Rd., E. Providence 14, R. I. 
215 S. Laurens St., Greenville, S. C. 
6532 S. Menard Ave., Chicago 38, 111. . 

224 McWhorter St., Newark 1, N. J. (Los Angeles, Calif.; 
Elizabeth and Newark, N. J.; and Cincinnati, Ohio). 

150 Wagaraw Rd., Hawthorne, N. J. 

20 N. Waoker Dr., Chicago 6, 111. (San Jose, Calif.; 

SkokLe, 111.; Niagara Falls, N. Y.; and Rossford, 

Ohio). 
270 W. Ifcund St. (P.O. Box 1999), Columbus 16, Ohio. 
P.O. Box 303, Houston 1 (Port Neches), Tex. 
2463 Broadway, Toledo 9, Ohio. 
10th & Lombard Sts., Philadelphia 47, Pa. 
U81 S. nth St., Louisville 8, «y. 
2126 E. Somerset St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

427 E. Itoyer St., Philadelphia 25, Pa. 

19 S. Canal St., Lawrence, Mass. 

180 Madison Ave., New York 16 (West Haverstraw), N. Y. 

40 Oliver St., Boston 10 (Everett), Mass. 

956 Bransten Rd., San Carlos, Calif. 

77 N. Kendall Ave., Bradford, Pa. 

Hurley, N. ifex. 

Keams Bldg., Salt Lake City 10 (Garfield), Utah. 

600 N. 34th St., Louisville 12, Ky. 

State Rd. and Cottman Ave., Philadelphia 35, Pa. 

R. D. #1, Bethlehem, Pa. 

151 W. Gay Ave., York, Pa. 

71 Otsego St., Brooklyn 31, N. Y. 

101 Canal St. , Lock Haven, Pa. 

436 Clementina St., San Francisco 3, Calif. 

651 High St., Lancaster 1, Pa. 

87 Park PI., New York 7 (Brookl^), N. Y. 

600 Doremus Ave., Newark 5, N. J. 

Koppers Bldg., 430 7th Ave., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 

(Berkeley Heights, N. J.; Monaca, Pa.; and Port Arthur, 
Tex.). 

Koppers Bldg., 430 7th Ave., Pittsbiirgh 19, Pa. (Woodward, 
Ala.; Fontana, Calif.; New Haven, Conn.; Chicago, 111.; 
Chalmette, La.; Bangor and Portland, Me.; Everett and 
Westfield, Mass.; St. Paul, Minn.; Kearny and Westfield, 
N. J.; Buffalo, Rochester, and Utioa, N. Y.; Hamilton, 
Warren, and Youngstown, Ohio; Swedeland and Swissvale, 
Pa.; E. Providence, R. I.; Menphls, Tenn.; Houston, 
Tex.; Follansbee, W. Va.; and Carrollvllle, Wis.). 

1735 S. E. Powell Blvd., Portland 2, Oreg. 

24-30 Jacobus Ave., S. Kearny, N. J. 

2d & Boston Sts. , Everett 49, Mass. 

1707 E. North Ave., Milwaukee 1, Wis. 

603 W. Davenport St., Rhlnelander, Wis. 

Towson 4, Mi. 

Broad & Wood Sts., Bethlehem, Pa. 

P.O. Box 750, Port Chester, N. Y. 

Tioga & Thompson Sts. , Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

2722 N. Hancock St. , Philadelphia 33, Pa. 

P.O. Box 532, Lebanon, Pa. 



See footnote at end of table. 



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Name of ccsi^Qiiy 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Lebec Chemical Corp 

Leffingwell Chemical Co 

Lemke, B. L. , & Co., Inc 

Lever Brothers Co 

Lever, C, Co., Inc 

Levey, Fred'k. H. , Co., Inc 

Lewis Tar Products Co 

Lilly, EU, & Co- - - 

Lobica-Debruille, Inc 

Long, Charles R. , Jr., Co 

Lubrizol Corp 

Lueders, George, & Co 

I^le Branchflower Co 

M & M Wood Working Co 

l&as & Waldstein Co- 

Magnolia Petroleum Co 

Magruder Color Co., Inc 

Malllnckrodt Chemical Works 

Marathon Corp., Chemical Sales Dept — 

Iferhlette Corp 

Marden-Wild Corp 

Marlowe-Van Loan Corp 

Marx, Max, Color Sc Chemical Co 

Maryland Plastics, Inc 

Maumee Chemical Co- 

May, OttoB. , Inc 

Maywood Chemical Works 

McCloskey Varnish Co 

McGean Chemical Co- 

Medical Chemicals Corp 

Ifcrck & Co., Inc 

Merichem Co 

Merrell, Wm. S., Co 

Meta Chemical Corp 

Ifetalsalts Corp 

Ifetro- Atlantic, Inc 

Metro Dyestuff Corp 

Meyer, J., & Sons 

Michigan Chemical Corp 

Midland Industrial Finishes Co 

Miles Laboratories, Inc 

Mineral Oil Refining Co 

Minnesota Paints, Inc 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 

(Irvlngton Varnish & Insulator 

Div.). 

Miranol Chemical Co., Inc 

Ifcxiene Paint Co., Inc 

Itonsanto Chemical Co 

Montrose Chemical Co 

Montrose Chemical Corp. of California 

Iforetex Chemical Products 

tfcrton-Withers Chemical Co 

Ifcrwear Paint Co 

National Biochemical Co 

National Chlorophyll & Chemical Co., 
Div. of Hofman Industries, Inc. 

National Polyohemicals, Inc 

National Distillers Products Corp 

National Lead Co 

National Petro-Chemicale Corp 

National Starch Products, Inc 

Neches Butane Products Co 

Nelson-Wells & Co 

Nepera Chemical Co., Inc 

Neville Chemical Co 

New Jersey Zinc Co. (of Pa.) 

Newport Industries, Inc 

New York Color & Chemical Co., Div. 

of American Dyewood Co. 

New York Ohio Chemical Corp 

New York (Jilnlne & Chemical Works, 

Inc. 

Niagara Alkali Co 

Nllok Chemicals, Inc 

Ninol Laboratories, Inc 

Nonweiler, A. P., Co 

Nopco Chemical Co., Inc 



L4066 S. Garfield Ave., Paramount, Calif. 
10523 S. Santa Gertrudes, Whlttier, Calif. 

199 Main St., Lodl, N. J. 

390 Park Ave., New York 22, N. Y. 

2601-31 N. Howard St., Philadelphia 33, Pa. 

380 Madison Ave., New York 17 (Brooklyn), N. Y. 

P.O. Box A, logons (McCook), 111. 

740 S. Alabama St., Indianapolis 6, Ind. 

1841 Broadway, New York 23, N. Y. 

1630 W. Hill St., Louisville 10, I^. 

Cleveland 17, (Mo. 

427 Washington St., New York 13 (Brooklyn), N. Y. 

15th Ave., N. W. , at Shllshole, Seattle 7, Wash. 

2301 N. Columbia Blvd., Portland 17, Oreg. 

2121 McCarter Hwy., Newark 4, H. J. 

P.O. Box 900, Dallas 21 (Beaumont), Tex. 

2385 Richmond Ter., Staten Island 2, N. Y. 

3600 N. 2d St., St. Louis 7, Mo. (Jersey City, N. J.). 

Rothschild, Wis. 

37-21 30th St., Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

500 Columbia St., Somervllle 43, Mass. 

1511 Byrum St., High Point, N. C. 

192 Colt St., Irvlngton 11, N. J. 

Federalsburg (Ridgley), Ml. 

2 Oak St., Toledo 5, Ohio. 

52 Amsterdam St., Newark 5, N. J. 

100 W. Hunter Ave., Maywood, N. J. 

7600 State Rd. , Philadelphia 36, Pa. 

1040 Midland Bldg., Cleveland 15, Ohio. 

4122 W. Grand Ave., Chicago 51, 111. 

Lincoln Ave., Rahway, N. J. (Albany, Ga.; Danville and 

West Point, Pa.; and Elkton, Va.). 
3101 Fannin St., Houston 4 (Greens Bayou), Tex. 
Galbi-aith Hd. and Pennsylvania R. R. , Cincinnati 15, Ohio. 
2U-1/2 Washington Ave. , Carlstadt, N. J. 

200 Wagaraw fid. , Hawthorne, N. J. 
2072 Smith St., Centerdale 11, R. I. 

129 Quldnlck St., West Warwick (Coventry), R. I. 

4321 N. 4th St., Philadelphia 40, Pa. 

500 N. Bankson St. , St. Louis, Mich. 

E. Water St., Waukegan, 111. 

EUdiart, Ind. 

P.O. Box 625, Dickineon, Tex. 

1107-1129 S. 3d St., Minneapolis 15, Minn. 

990 Faquler Ave., St. Paul 6, Minn. (Irvlngton, N. J.). 



277 Colt St., Irvlngton 11, N. J. 

305 Eastern Ave., Chelsea 50, Mass. 

800 N. 12th Blvd., St. Louis 1, Mo. (Annlston, Ala.; 
Long Beach and Santa Clara, Calif.; Monsanto, 111.; 
Everett and Springfield, Mass.; Trenton, Mich.; Texas 
City, Tex.; Seattle, Wash.; and Nitro, W. Va.). 

120 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N. J. 

824 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 17 (Torrance), Calif. 

314 W. Henry St. , Spartanburg, S. C. 

2110 High Point Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

568 14th St., Oakland 12, Calif. 

3106 W. Lake St. , Chicago 12, lU. 

Lamar, Colo. 

Eames St., Wilmington, Mass. 

See 0. S. Industrial Chemicals Co. 

Ill Broadway, New York 6, N. Y. (San Francisco, Calif.; 

Perth Amboy, N. J.; and Philadelphia, Pa.). 
Box 109, Tuscola, 111. 
270 Madison Ave., New York 16, N. Y. (Ueredosia, 111., and 

Plainfield, N. J.). 
P.O. Box 1535, Port Neches, Tex. 
Box 348, Red Bluff, Calif. 

21 Gray Oaks Ave., Yonkers 2 (Harriman), N. Y. 
Neville Island, Pittsburgh 25, Pa. (Anaheim, Calif.). 
160 Front St., New York 38, N. Y. (Palmerton, Pa.). 
P.O. Box 911, Pensacola, Fla. 
Main & Joralemon Sts., Belleville 9, N. J. 

P.O. Box 428, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

50 Church St., New York 7, N. Y. (Newark, N. J.). 

60 E. 42d St., New York 17 (Niagara Palls), N. Y. 
2000 College Ave., Niagara Falls (Lockport), N. Y. 
1719 S. Clinton St., Chicago 16, 111. 
Box 1007, Oshkosh, Wis. 

1st and Essex Sts., Harrison, N. J. (Richmond, Calif.; 
Cedartown, Ga. ; and Harrison, N. J.). 



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Name of comp&ny 



Office address (location of plant given In 
parentheses If not In same city as office) 



Norda Essential Oil & Chemical Co. , 
Inc. 

Northwestern Chemical Co 

Norwich Pharmacal Co 

Nuodei Products Co., Inc 

Ohio Chemical & Surgical Equipment Co- 
Oil & Chemical Products, Inc 

Oldbury Electro- Chemical Co 

Old Colony Tar Co., Inc 

Old Hickory Chemical Co., Inc 

Olin Mathleson Chemical Corp 

Blockson Chemical Co. Dlv 

Squibb, E. R. , & Sons Dlv 

Onyx Oil & Chemical Co 

Qrbls Products Corp 

Organic Chemical Corp 

Organlcs, Inc 

Oronlte Chemical Co 

Ortho Chemical Corp 

Osbom, C. J., Co 

Ottol Oil Co 

Pabco Products, Inc 

Pabst Brewing Co 

Pacific Coast Borax Co. , Dlv. Borax 
Consolidated, Ltd. 

Pacific Paint & Vamlah Co 

Pacific Yeast Products, Inc 

Paisley Products, Inc 

Parke, Davis & Co 

Parsons, M. W. , Plymouth, Inc 

Patent Chemicale, Inc 

Paul-Lewis Laboratories, Inc 

Peck's Products Co 

Pedlow-Nease Chemical Co., Ino 

Peerless Chemical Co 

Peerless Color Co., Inc 

Penlck, S. B. , & Co 

Pennsylvania Indiistrial Chemical Corp- 

Pennsylvania Refining Co 

Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing Co 

Sharpies Chemicals Dlv 

Perkins Glue Co 

Permutit Co 

Peters Chemical Co 

Petrollte Corp. (Tretolite Co. Dlv.)-- 

Petro-Tex Chemical Corp 

Petroleum Chemicals, Inc 

Pfanfitiehl Laboratories, Inc 

Pfister Chemical Works, Inc 

Pfizer, Chas. & Co., Inc 

Pharma Chemical Corp 

Phillips Petroleum Co 

Phoenix Oil Co 

Pilot Chemical Co 

Pitman-Maore Co., Dlv. of Allied 
Laboratories, Inc. 

Pltt-Consol Chemical Co 

Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Co 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co 

Planetary Chemical Co., Inc 

Plastics Engineering Co 

Polychemical Laboratories, Inc 

Poly Resins 

Portland Gas & Coke Co 

Poughkeepsle Dyestuff Corp 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 

Premo Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Inc 
Procter & Gamble Co 



601 W. 26th St., New York 1, N. Y. (Boonton, N. J.). 

120 N. Aurora St. , West Chicago, 111. 

17 Eaton Ave., Norwich, N. Y. 

830 Magnolia Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. (Long Beach, Calif.). 

1400 E. Washington Ave., Madison 10, Wis. (Cleveland, 

Ohio). 
295 Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y. (Houston, Tex.). 
5001 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
500 5th Ave., New York 36, N. Y. (Cambridge, Framlngham, 

New Bedford, and Worcester, Mass.). 
P.O. Box 1480, Richmond 12, Va. (Old Hickory, Tenn.). 
Mathleson Bldg., Baltimore 3, 1*1. (Mcintosh, Ala.; 

Brandenburg, Ky.; Lake Charles, La.; Niagara Falls, 

N. Y. ; and Morgantown, W. Va.). 
Joliet, 111. 
745 5th Ave., New York 22, N. Y. (New Brunswick, N. J., and 

Brooklyn, N. Y.). 
Warren & Morris Sts., Jersey City, N. J. 
601 W. 26th St., New York 1, N. Y. (Newark, N. J.). 
74-84 Valley St., E. Providence, R. I. 
1724 Greenleaf Ave., Chicago 26, 111. 
200 Bush St., San Francisco, Calif. (Oak Point, La.). 
4^-26 Purvis St., Long Island City 1, N. Y. 
1301 W. Blancke St., Linden, N. J. 
455 Cortlandt St., Belleville 9, N. J. 
475 Brannan St., San Francisco 19 (Qneryvllle), Calif. 
917 W. Juneau, Milwaukee 3, Wis. (Peoria, 111.). 
630 Shatto Place, Los Angeles 5 (Wilmington), Calif. 

4th and Cedar Sts., Berkeley 10, Calif. 

703 5th St., Wasco, Calif. 

1770 Canalport Ave., Chicago 16, 111. 

Foot of Joseph Campau, Detroit 32, Mich. 

59 Beekman St., New York 38 (Brooklyn), N. Y. 

335 McLean Blvd. , Paterson 4, N. J. 

4253 N. Port Washington Rd. , Milwaukee 12, Wis. 

610 E. Clarence Ave., St. Louis 15, Mo. 

Lock Haven, Pa. 

3850 Oakman Blvd., Detroit 4, Mich. 

521-535 North Ave., Plalnfleld, N. J. 

50 Church St., New York 7, N. Y. (Jersey City, Itfndhurst, 

and Ifontvllle, N. J.). 
120 State St., Clalrton (Chester), Pa. 
Butler (Karns City), Pa. 
3 Penn Center Plaza, Philadelphia 2, Pa. 
3 Penn Center Plaza, Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

(Wyandotte, Mich.) . 
632 Cannon Ave., Lansdale, Pa. (West Men^jhis, Ark.). 
330 W. 42d St., New York 36, N. Y. (Birmingham, N. J.). 
2575 Ewen Ave., New York 63, N. Y. 
369 Marshall Ave., Webster Groves 19, Uo. 
P.O. Box 2584, Houston 1, Tex. 

54 WaU St., New York 5, N. Y. (Lake Charles, La.). 
104 Lakevlew Ave., Waukegan, 111. 
Rldgefleld, N. J. 
630 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn 6, N. Y. (Groton, Conn., and 

Vigo, Ind. ). 
175 5th Ave., New York 10, N. Y. (Bayonne, N. J.). 
Bartlesvllle , Okla. ( Phi lllps, ' Tex . ) . 
9505 CassluB Ave., Cleveland 5, Ohio. 
215 W. 7th St., Los Angeles 14 (Los Nletos), Calif. 
1200 S. Madison Ave., Indianapolis 6, Ind. 

191 Doremus Ave., Newark 5, N. J. 

Grant Bldg. , Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 

1 Gateway Center, Pittsburgh 22, Pa. (Torrance, Calif.; 

Atlanta, Ga. ; Detroit, Mich.; Newark, N. J.; Barberton, 

Cleveland, and Dayton, Ohio; Springdale, Pa.; Houston, 

Tex.; New Martinsville, W. Va.; and Milwaukee, Wis.). 
Creve Ceour, Md. 

1607 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, Wis. 
494 Hunts Point Ave., New York 59, N. Y. 
11661 Wicks St., Sun Valley, Calif. 
Public Service Bldg., Portland 4, Oreg. 
77 N. Water St., Poughkeepsle, N. Y. 
75 Tonawanda St., Buffalo 7, N. Y. 
Ill Leunlng St., S. Haokensack, N. J. 
Qwynne Bldg., 6th & Main Sts., Cincinnati 2, Ohio. 

( Long Beach and Sacramento, Calif. ; Chicago, 111. ; 

Kansas City, Kans.; Baltimore, 143.; ftilncy, Meiee.; 

St. Louis, Xfc.; Port Ivory, N. Y.; St. Bernard, Chlo; 

and Dallas, Tex.). 



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TABLE 27. •-Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of mamifacturers, i955--ClMitinued 



Name of cca^any 



Office address (location of plant given In 
parentheeea if not in same city as office) 



Productol Co- 

Publioker Industries, Xno 

Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Co- 

Pure Oil Co 

Purei Corp., Ltd 

Piirocalne, Inc 

(Jiaker Chemloal Products Corp 

(Jiaier Oats Co 

R. S. A- Corp 

Raybestos Dlv. of Raybestos-Manhattan 
Inc. 

Red Spot Paint & Varnish Co. , Inc 

Reiohhold Chemicals, Inc 

Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp 

Reliance Varnish Co., Inc 

Remington Arms Co., Inc 

Republic Creoeotlug Co- 

Richardson Co 

Richfield Oil Corp— — 

Rlker Laboratories, Inc 

Rlngirood Chemical Coip 

Rlnshed-Mason Co 

Ritter, F., & Co— 

Ritter Chemical Co., Inc 

Rlverdale Chemical Co 

Rohm & Haas Co 



Roosevelt Oil & Refining Dlv. of 
Leonard Refineries, Inc. 

Royce Chemical Co 

Rubber Corp. of America 

Ruberold Co 

Salem Oil & Grease Co 

Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories 

Salvo Chemical Corp 

Sandoz Chemical Works, Inc 

Schenectady Varnish Co., Inc 

Scherer, R. P., Corp 

Sohering Corp 

Schleffelin & Co— 

Scholler Bros., Inc 

SchuyUd-ll Chemloal Co 

Schvrarz Laboratories, Inc 

Searle, G. D. , & Co 

Shawlnigan Resins Corp 

Sheffield Chemical Co., Dlv. of 

Sheffield Farms Co., Inc. 
Shell Chemical Corp 

Shell Oil Co 

Shepherd Chemical Co 

Shenrin-Wllllams Co 

Sherwood Refining Co., Inc 

Shulton, Inc., Fine Chemicals Dlv— 

Slddall, Geo. F., Co., Inc 

Sinclair Refining Co 

Sinclair & Valentine Co 

Sipe, James B. , & Co 

aalth, Kline & French Laboratorles- 
Socony-lfcbil Oil Co., Inc 

Soluol Chemical Co., Inc 

Solvent Chemical Co., Inc 



417 S. Hill St., Los Angeles 13 (Santa Fe Springs), Calif. 

U29 Walnut St. , Philadelphia 2, Pa. 

300 liurel St., Belllngham, Waah. 

35 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago 1, 111. (Toledo, dhloj Neder- 

land, Tex. ; Cabin Creek and Dawes, W. Va. ; and Worland, 

Wyo.). 
9300 Rayo Ave., South Gate, Calif. (St. Louis, Ifc.). 
Valley Rd., Hockessln, Del. 
Lime, Elm, and Sandy Sts., ConBhohocken, Pa. 
Iferchandlse Uart Plaza, Chicago 5^, 111. (Cedar Sapida, 

loira; Cknaha, Nebr.; and Mpmphls, Tenn. ). 
690 Saw Mill River Rd. , Ardsley, N. Y. 
75 E. Main St. , Stratford, Conn. 

no Ifaln St. , Evansvllle 8, Ind. 

525 N. Broadway, White Plains, N. Y. (Tuscaloosa, Ala.; 

Azusa and S. San FranolEco, Calif. ; Jacksonville, Fla. ; 

Argo, 111.; Femdale, Mich.; Elizabeth, N. J.; Brooklyn, 

N. Y.; Charlotte, N. C; and Seattle, Wash.). 
1615 Iferchants Bank Bldg., Indianapolis A, Ind. (Chicago 

and Granite City, 111.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Newark, 

N. J.; Cleveland and Dover, Ohio; Chattanooga, Tenn.; 

Lone Star, Tex. ; and Fairmont, W. Va. ) . 
A730 Crittenden Dr., Louisville 9, I!y. 
939 Bamum Ave., Bridgeport 2, Conn. 
1615 Msrchants Bank Bldg., Indianapolis A, Ind. (Mobile 

and Florence, Ala.; Indianapolis, Ind.; St. Louis Park, 

Minn.; Lima, Ohio; Ironton, Utah; Norfolk, Va.; and 

Seattle, Wash. ) . 
27th Ave. and Lake St. , Ifelrose Park, 111. 
555 S. Flower St., los Angeles 17 (Watson), Calif. 
84-80 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles A8, Calif. 
120 S. LaSalle St., Chicago 3 (Ringwood), 111. 
5935 Mllford St., Detroit, Mich. 
4001 Goodwin Ave., Los Angeles 39, Calif. 
403 W. Main St. , Amsterdam, N. Y. 
17th & Hanover Sts., Chicago Heights, 111. 
222 W. Washington Sq. , Philadelphia 5, Pa. (Bristol and 

Philadelphia, Pa.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and Deer Park, 

Tex. ) . 
Box 271, Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 

Carlton Ave., Carlton Hill, N. J. 

New South Rd., HicksviUe, N. Y. 

500 5th Ave., New York 36, N. Y. (Joliet, 111.; Baltimore, 

lid.; and Erie, Pa.). 
60 Grove St., Salem, Mass. 
500 Gilbert St., Charles City, Iowa. 
Rothschild, Wis. • 

61-63 Van Dam St., New York 13, N. Y. (Fair Lawn, N. J.). 
Congress and 10th Ave., Schenectady 1, N. Y. 
9425 Grinnell Ave., Detroit 13, Mioh. 
2 Broad St., Bloomfield (Union), N. J. 
16-26 Cooper Sq. , New York 3, N. Y. 
Collins and Westmoreland Sts., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 
2346 Sedgley Ave. , Phlladeljihla 32, Pa. 
230 Washington St., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 
P.O. Box 5110, Chicago 80 (Skokle), 111. 
644 UDnsanto Ave., Springfield 1, Mass. 
P.O. Box 630, Norwich, N. Y. 

50 W. 50th St. , New York 20, N. Y. (Martinez, Los Angeles, 
and Pittsburg, Calif.; and Deer Park, Tex.). 

50 W. 50th St., New York 20, N. Y. (Martinez and Wilming- 
ton, Calif. ; Roxana, 111. ; Noroo, La. ; and Deer Park, 
Tex. ) . 

2803 Highland Ave., Cincinnati 12, Ohio. 

101 Prospect Ave., N. W., Cleveland 1, Ohio (Chicago, 111.; 
Detroit, Mich.; Dayton and Cleveland, Ohio; and Phila- 
delphia and Pittsburgh, Pa. ) . 

1 W. Forest Ave., Englewood, N. J. (Gretna, La.). 

Route 46, Clifton (Newark), N. J. 

P.O. Box 975, Providence 1 (Cranston), R. I. 

600 5th Ave., New York 20, N. Y. (E. Chicago, Ind.; Sand 
Springs, Okla. ; Marcus Hook, Pa.; and Houston, Tex.). 

611 W. 129th St., New York 27, N. Y. (Rldgway, Pa.). 

P.O. Box 8010, S. Hills Branch, Pittsburgh 16 (Bridgeville), 
Pa. 

1530 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia 1, Pa. 

26 Broadway, New York 4, N. Y. (Paulsboro, N. J., and 
Beaumont, Tex. ) . 

Green Hill and Market Sts., Natlck, R.. I. 

341 Commercial St. , Maiden 48, Mass. 



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TABLE 27. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, i955- -Continued 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given In 
parentheses if not In same city as office) 



Sonnebom, L. , Sons, Inc 

Sonoco Products Co 

Southern Pyestuff Corp 

Southern Resin Glue Co 

Southern Sizing Co 

Southern Textile Chemical Corp 

Spaulding Fibre Co., Inc 

Specialty Resins Co 

Specific Phaimaceutlcals, Inc 

Spencer Chemical Co 

Squibh, E. R., & Sons, Div. of Olin 

Mathleson Chemical Corp. 

Staley, A. E., Manufacturing Co 

Standard Agricultural Chemicals, Inc- 

Standard Chemical Co 

Standard Chemical Products, Inc 

Standard Chlorine Chemical Co., Inc-- 
Standard Naphthalene Products Co., 

Inc. 
Standard Oil Co. of California 

Standard Oil Co. of Indiana 

Standard Soap Co. of Camden 

Standard- Toch-Chemicals, Inc 

Standard Ultramarine & Color Co 

Stange, Wm. J., Co 

Stanollnd Oil & Gas Co 

Stansbury Chemical Co., Inc 

Stauffer Chemical Co- 

Stein, Hall & Co., Inc 

Stepan Chemical Co- 

Sterling Drug, Inc.: 

National Brands Div 

Hilton-Davis Chemical Co. Div 

Stresen-Reuter, Fred'k. A., Inc 

Summit Chemical Products Corp 

Sumner Chemical Co., Inc 

Sun Chemical Corp. : 

Pigment Div 

Warwick Chemical Co. Div 

Sun Oil Co 

Suntide Refining Co- 

Swift & Co- 

Synoo Resins, Inc 

Synthetic Chemicals, Inc 

Synthetic Plastics Co 

Synthetic Products Co 

Synvar Corp- 

Tar Distilling Co., Inc 

Taylor Fibre Co 

Tennessee Eastman Co. , Div. of East- 
man Kodak Co. 
Tennessee Products 6 Chemical Corp — 

Tex Chemical Co 

Texas Co 

Texas . Eastman Co., Wv. of Eastman 

Kodak Co. 

Texas-U.S. Chemical Co 

Ihlokol Chemical Corp 

Thomasset Colors, Inc 

Thompson Chemicals Corp 

Toms River- Cincinnati Chemical Corp.: 

Tarns River Div 

Cincinnati Div 

Trask, Arthur C, Co- 

Treplow Products, Inc 

Triangle Chemical Co 

Trojan Powder Co 

Trubek Laboratories 

Dhlioh, Paul, & Co., Inc 

Ultra Chanical Works, Inc 

Union Bay State Chemical Co., Inc 

Union Carbide & Carbon Corp. : 

Bakellte Co- 



(Nutley, N. 



and 



300 <ith Ave., New York 10, N. 

PetroUa, Pa.). 
Hartsville, S. C. 

P.O. Box 1045, Charlotte 1 (Sodyeco), N. C. 
Box 352, Fayetteville (Vander), N. C. 
P.O. Box 391, 601 Cangjbell St., East Point, Ga. 
1407 Broadway, New York 18, N. Y. (Clearwater, S. C). 
310 Wheeler St., Tonawanda, N. Y. 
2801 I^fnwood Rd., I^ynwood, Calif. 
331 4th Ave., New York 10, N. Y. (Bayonne, N. J.). 
610 Dwight Bldg., Kansas City 5, Mo. (Calumet City, 111.; 

Pittsburg, Kans.; and Orange, Tex.). 
See Olln-Mathleson Chemical Corp. 

22d & Eldorado Sts. , Decatur, 111. 
1301 Jefferson St., Hoboken, N. J. 
3583 Aramingo Ave., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 
1301 Jefferson St., Hoboken, N. J. 
115 Jacobus Ave., S. Kearny, N. J. 
115 Jacobus Ave., S. Kearny, N. J. 

225 Bush St., San Francisco 20 (Bakersfield, El Segundo, 

and Richmond), Calif. 
910 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 80. 111. (Wood River, 111.; 

Whiting, Ind.; and Sugar Creek, Mo.). 

205 S. 2d St., Camden 3, N. J. 

2600 Richmond Ter. , Staten Island 3, N. Y. 

5th Ave. and 24th St., Huntington 18, W. Va. 

342 N. Western Ave., Chicago 12, 111. 

P.O. Box 591, Tulsa 2, Okla. (Brownsville, Alvin, Katy, 

Pettus, and Sweeney, Tex.). 
1929 Aurora Ave. , Seattle 9, Wash. 
380 Madison Ave., New York 17, N. Y. (Louisville, Ky.; 

Henderson, Nev.; Brooklyn and Niagara Falls, N. Y. ; 

Perry, Ohio; Chester and Monongahela, Pa. ; Lowland, 

Tenn. ; and Bentonvllle and Roanoke, Va. ) . 
285 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (Charlotte, N. C). 
20 N. Wacker Dr., Chicago 6, 111. 

1450 Broadway, New York 18, N. Y. (Trenton, N. J.). 

2235 Langdon Farm Rd., Cincinnati 13, Ohio. 

300 Main St., BensenviUe, 111. 

11 William St., Belleville 9, N. J. 

215 N. Centennial St., Zeeland, Mich. 

309 Sussex St., Harrison, N. J. 

1010 44th Ave. , Long Island City, N. Y. (Wood River 

Junction, R. I., and Rock Hill, S. C). 
1608 Walnut St., Philadelphia 3, Pa. (Marcus Hook, Pa.). 
P.O. Box 658, Corpus Christi (Viola), Tex. 
4115 Packers Ave. , Chicago 9, 111. 
Henry St. , Bethel, Conn. 
335 McLean Blvd., Paterson 4, N. J. 
88 St. Francis St., Newark 5, N. J. 
1636 Wayside Rd., Cleveland 20, Ohio. 
726 King St. , Wilmington 99, Del. 
500 5th Ave., New York 36, N. Y. (Cleveland, Ohio). 
Norristown, Pa. 
See Eastman Kodak Co. 

First American National Bank Bldg., Nashville 3 (Chatta- 
nooga) , Tenn. 
20-21 Wagaraw Rd., Fair Lawn, N. J. 
P.O. Box 2332, Houston 1, Tex. 
See Eastman Kodak Co. 

P.O. Box 1597, Port Neches, Tex. 
780 N. Clinton Ave. , Trenton 7, N. J. 
120 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N. J. 
3028 Locust St., St. Louis 3, Ifo. 

P.O. Box 71, Toms River, N. J. 

P.O. Box 20, Evanston Sta. , Cincinnati 7, Ohio. 

4103 S. LaSalle St., Chicago 9, 111. 

59 Camden St., Paterson, N. J. 

206 Lower Elm St., P. 0. Box 529, Macon, Ga. 
17 N. 7th St., Allentown (Selple), Pa. 
State Highway #17, E. Rutherford, N. J. 

90 West St., New York 6 (Brooklyn), N. Y. 

Wood 6 Shady Sts., Paterson 4, N. J. (Jollet, 111.). 

491 Main St., Cambridge 42, Mass. 

30 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y. (Ottawa, lU.; Wyandotte, 
ICLch.; Bound Brook, N. J.; and Marietta, Oilo) . 



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171 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given In 
parentheses If not In same city as office) 



Union Carbide & Carbon Corp- -Continued 
Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Co 

Llnde Air Products Co 

Union Oil Co. of California 

United Piece Eye Works 

United Rubber & Chemical Co 

U. S. Industrial Chemicals Co., Dlv. 

of National Distillers Products 

Corp. 

U. S. Oil Co — - 

ffiiited States Pipe & Foundry Co 

U. S. Plastic Products Corp 

tfeited States Procaine Co., Ino 

n. S. Rubber Co., Naugatuck Chemical 

Dlv. 

Iftilversal Detergents, Ino 

Universal Western Chemical Corp 

l^john Co 

Valspar Corp 

van Amerlngen-Haebler, Ino 

Van Camp Laboratories 

Vanderbllt Chemical Corp 

Van Eyk & Co., Ino 

Varoum Chemical Corp 

Velsicol Chemical Corp 

Verley Chemical Co., Inc 

Verona Chemical Co 

Victor Chemical Works 

Vlneland Chemical Co 

Virginia- Carolina Chemical Corp 

Vitamins, Inc 

Vlta-Var Corp 

Wallace & Tieman, Inc 

Harchem Div 

Lucldol Div 

Warner- Jenkinson Manufacturing Co 

Warren Petroleum Corp 

Washburn, T. F. , Co 

Washington Natural Gas Co 

Watertown Ifanufaoturing Co 

Werner Drug & Chemical Co 

Western Dry Color Co 

Westinghouse Electric Corp 

Westvllle Laboratories 

Wetherlll, George D. , Varnish Co 

Wheeler, Reynolds & Stauffer 

White & Bagley Co 

White & Hodges, Ino 

Whlttemore-Wright Co., Ino 

Wloa Co., Inc 

Wilmot & CasEldy, Inc 

Wilson Laboratories Dlv. of Wilson & 
Co., Inc. 

Wilson Organic Chemicals, Inc 

Wlnthrop Laboratories 

Wltco Chemical Co 

Witte, John H. , & Sons 

Wolf, Jacques, & Co 

Wyandotte Chemicals Corp 

Wyeth Laboratories, Inc 

Young Aniline Works, Ino 

Zinsser & Co., Ino 

Zum, 0. F. , Co 



30 E. «d St., New York 17, N. Y. (Whiting, Ind.; Niagara 

Falls, N. Y.; Port Lavaca and Texas City, Tex.; and 

Charleston and S. Charleston, W. Va. ). 
30 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y. (Tonawanda, N. Y., and 

Long Reach, W. Va. ) . 
617 W. 7th St., Los Angeles 17, Calif. (Arroyo Grande, 

Bakersfleld, Rodeo, Santa Maria, and Wilmington, Calif.; 

Cut Bank, Ifcnt.; and Edmonds, Wash.). 
132 Madison Ave., New York 16, N. Y. (Lodi, N. J.). 
P.O. Box 149, Bay-town, Tex. 

99 Park Ave., New York 16, N. Y. (Pensaoola, Fla.; New 
Orleans, La.; Baltimore, Ml.; and Newark, N. J.). 

Box 13*5, Providence 2 (Phllllpsdale), R. I. 

P.O. Box 2651, Birmingham, Ala. 

Lake i Whitman Aves., Metuohen, N. J. 

2911 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn 7 (College Point), N. Y. 

1230 Ave. of the Americas, New York 20, N. Y. (Naugatuck, 

Conn.) . 
1B25 E. Spring St., Long Beach 6, Calif. 
12800 Imperial Hwy., NorwEOk, Conn. 
301 Henrietta St. , Kalamazoo 99, Mich. 
364 Manhattan Ave. , Brooklyn, N. Y. 
521 W. 57tb St., New York 19, N. Y. (Elizabeth and Union 

Beach, N. J.). 
772 Tuna St., San Pedro (Terminal Island), Calif. 
230 Park Ave., New York 17, N. Y. (Bethel, Conn.). 
11 William St., Belleville 9,' N. J. 
P.O. Box 476, Niagara Fills, N. Y. 
330 E. Grand Ave., Chicago 11, 111. (Marshall, 111., and 

Ifemphis, Tenn. ) . 
200 Pulaski St., Newark 5, N. J. 
26 Verona Ave., Newark 4, N. J. 
155 N. Waoker Dr., Chicago 6, 111. 
W. Wheat Rd., Vineland, N. J. 

401 E. Main St., Richmond 5, Va. (Charleston, S. C. ). 
809 W. 58th St., Chicago 21, 111. 
10 Commerce Ct., Newark 2, N. J. 

25 Main St., Belleville 9 (Hanover Township), N. J. 
P.O. Box 178, Newark, N. J. (Dover, Ohio). 
1740 Military Rd., Buffalo 5, N. Y. 
2526 Baldwin St., St. Louis 6, Ifo. 
P.O. Box 1589, Tulsa, Okla. (Crossville and Salem, 111.; 

Ada and Milfay, Okla. ; and Breckenridge, Conroe, Holllday, 

and Longview, Tex.). 
2244 Elston Ave., Chicago 14, 111. 
1507 4th Ave., Seattle 11, Wash. 
127 Echo Lake Rd. , Watertown, Conn. 
759 Beechwood Ave., Cincinnati 32, Ohio. 
600 W. 52d St., Chicago 9, 111. 
401 Liberty Ave., P.O. Box 2278, Pittsburgh 30 (East 

Pittsburgh), Pa. 
Stepney, Conn. 

Haddon Ave. & Old White Horse Pike, Camden 3, N. J. 
636 California St., San Francisco 8 (Richmond), Calif. 

100 Foster St., Worcester 8, Mass. 

2 Wellington Ave., Everett 49, Mass. 
62 Alford St., Charlestown 29, Mass. 
P.O. Box 506, Charlotte 1, N. C. 
108-112 Provost St., Brooklyn 22, N. Y. 
4221 S. Western Ave. , Chicago 9, 111. 

P.O. Box 452, Sayreville, N. J. 

1450 Broadway, New York 18 (Rensselaer) , N. Y. 

122 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y. (I^mwood, Calif.; 

Chicago, 111. ; and Brooklyn, N. Y. ) . 
206 Jefferson St., Burlington, Iowa. 
350 Lexington Ave., Clifton, N. J. 
1609 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, Mich. 
P.O. Box 8299, Philadelphia 1, Pa. (Chicago, 111.; 

Marietta, Philadelphia, and West Chester, Pa. ) . 
2731 Boston St., Baltimore 24, ^4J. 
Railroad Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson 6, N. Y. 
2736 N. Broad St. , Philadelphia 32, Pa. 



F. F. C. In parentheses following the name of a company indicates U. 
Ffederal Facilities Corporation. 



S. Government plant operated for the 



APPENDIX 

A. United States Imports of Coal-Tar Intermediates and 
Finished Coal-Tar Products 

Table 28 summarizes, for the period 1953-55, United States 
imports of coal-tar products dutiable under paragraphs 27 and 28 
of the Tariff Act of 1930. The data, which were obtained by ana- 
lyzing invoices covering imports through all United States cus- 
toms districts, are given in detail in a separate report of the Tar,- 
iff Commission.-^ 

In 1955, general imports of coal-tar cheinicals entered under 
paragraph 27, virtually all of which are intermediates, totaled 
6. 4 million pounds, with a foreign invoice value of 4, 5 million 
dollars* In 1954, imports were 8.6 million pounds, valued 
at 4.5 million dollars. The decrease in the quantity of im- 
ports in 1955 compared with 1954 is due primarily to a substantial 
decline in such low- and medium-priced intermediates as adipic 
acid, caprolactam, m-chloroaniline, naphthalene, 2-naphthol, and 
phthalic anhydride. In 1955 Germany was by far the principal 
source of imports of intermediates considered as a group. Imports 
from Germany totaled 3.0 million pounds in 1955, compared with 
4.9 million pounds in 1954, and 7.7 million pounds in 1953. In 1955, 
sizable quantities of intermediates were also imported from the 
United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. 

In terms of quantity, the most important individual intermedi- 
ates imported in 1955 were naphthalene, anthraquinone, and 
phthalic anhydride. Imports of naphthalene, which totaled 854,000 
pounds, came principally from the Netherlands and Germany. Im- 
ports of anthraquinone totaled 482,000 pounds, and imports of 
phthalic anhydride totaled 314,000 pounds. The anthraquinone came 
principally from Switzerland and the phthalic anhydride, princi- 
pally from France. In 1955, there were also sizable imports of 
m,p-cresol (273,000 pounds), principally from Canada and the 
United Kingdom, and p-nitrophenol (21 1,000 pounds), principally 
from the United Kingdom. The Netherlands was the principal 
source of imports of caprolactam in 1955; Germany was the prin- 
cipal source of the 1-naphthol and the sole source of the 2-naphthol 
imported in 1955. 

In 1955, imports of finished coal-tar products that are dutiable 
under paragraph 28 totaled 5.4 million pounds, valued at 11.1 mil- 
lion dollars (foreign invoice value), compared with 4.1 million 
pounds, valued at 8.7 million dollars, in 1954, and 3.4 million 
pounds, valued at 6.9 million dollars, in 1953. As in previous 
years, dyes were by far the most important group of finished coal- 
tar products imported in 1955, accounting for 6.2 million dollars, 
or 56 percent of the total value of all imports under paragraph 28. 
In 1954, imports of dyes were valued at 5.8 million dollars, and 
in 1953, at 4.6 million dollars. In 1955, Switzerland and Germany 



1 U. S. Tariff Commission, Imports of Coal-Tar Products, i955 [processed]. 

173 



174 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



TABLE 28. --Coal-tar intermediates and finished coal-tar products: United States Heneral imports, 
classified by use, 1953-55 



Quantity 



Foreign 
invoice 
value 



Quantity- 



Foreign 
invoice 
value 



Quantity 



Foreign 
invoice 
value 



Intermediates^ - 



1,000 
pound, 
22,273 



1,000 
dollars 

5,';i9 



8,579 



1,000 
dollars 
-4,510 



1,000 
pounds 

6,^18 



1,000 
dollars 

4, 47 A 



Finished coal-tar products, total- 



3,394 



6,905 



4,064 



8,672 



5,412 



11,103 



Dyes, total 

Acid 

Vat 

Mordant and chrome 

Sulfur 

Direct 

Acetate rayon 

Azoic 

Basic 

Color-laice and spirit-soluble- 
All other 



^ 2,555 



4,594 



3,005 



5,832 



2 3,010 



Medicinals and pharmaceuticals - 

Flavor and perfume materials 

All other 



348 
957 
143 



42 
43 
398 
132 

379 
105 
355 



1,043 

1,240 

313 

38 

958 

147 

99 

88 

299 

369 

1,925 
194 
192 



409 
1,045 

170 
27 

408 
54 
19 
42 

435 

396 

497 
176 
386 



1,094 

1,228 

291 

24 

913 

131 

41 

76 

361 

1,673 

2,150 
326 
364 



6,249 



675 

442 

19 

648 

50 

31 

124 

136 

216 

924 
311 
,167 



1,809 

1,087 

538 

16 

1,411 

100 

72 

261 

215 

740 

3,300 

514 

1,040 



^ Includes small quantities of organic pesticides and agricultural chemicals, rubber-processing chemicals, 
and surface- active agents. 

^ Actual weight; the coii?)uted weight (corrected to the standards of strength established by the Secretary 
of the Treasury) was 3,255 thousand pounds in 1953, 4,042 thousand pounds in 1954, and 3,206 thousand pounds 
in 1955. 

Source: Compiled from the records of the U. S. Bureau of Customs. 



were the principal suppliers of dyes to the United States; smaller 
quantities came also £rom the United Kingdom and Italy. 

Medicinals and pharmaceuticals were the next most important 
group of products imported under paragraph 28. In 1955, imports 
of these products were valued at 3.3 million dollars, or 30 percent 
of the total value of all imports under paragraph 28. In 1954, im- 
ports of medicinals and pharnnaceuticals were valued at 2.2 mil- 
lion dollars. Imports of flavor and perfume materials increased 
in value to $514,000 in 1955 from $326,000 in 1954, and imports 
of other coal-tar products entered under paragraph 28 also in- 
creased in value- -to 1.0 million dollars in 1955, compared with 
$364,000 in 1954 and $192,000 in 1953. 



B. Research Workers and Research Expenditures in 
the Synthetic Organic Chemical Industry 

Because of the interest of the synthetic organic chemical in- 
dustry in statistics on chemical research, the Tariff Commission 
each year collects and publishes statistics on the number of tech- 
nically trained research workers in the industry, their salaries, 
and the cost of research (see table 29). This information is not 
available elsewhere. As many of the companies that produce syn- 
thetic organic chemicals also manufacture other products, the 
cost of research applicable to synthetic organic chemicals must 
be allocated; for some companies this allocation is somewhat 
arbitrary. The costs of research shown herein are, therefore, 
only approximately correct. In addition, not all the companies con- 
ducting research reported data on their research activities. The 
data reported probably represent about 80-85 percent of the 



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175 



industry's actual expenditures for research. Notwithstanding these 
limitations, the statistics do indicate trends in the amount of re- 
search done on synthetic organic chemicals. 

In 1955, a total of 403 companies reported research activities on 
synthetic organic chemicals. The number of technically trained re- 
search workers (earning^ not less than $3,600 per year) reportedfor 
1955 was 14,191, a somewhat larger number than the 13,474 re- 
ported for 1954, The average salary paid in 1955 was $7,385, com- 
pared with $7,009 in 1954. Total salaries paid research workers in 
1955 amounted to 104 million dollars, compared with 94 million 
dollars in 1954. In 1955 the gross cost of research was 253 million 
dollars--l6 million dollars more than that in 1954. The cost to the 
industry in 1955 for research conducted for it outside of the facili- 
ties of the reporting companies --a cost not included in the gross 
cost given above--was 11.6 million dollars, or 2.4 million dollars 
nnore than in 1954. This figure, however, probably does not rep- 
resent all research projects for the reporting conripanies in uni- 
versities and private laboratories, or all consulting services. 



TABLE 29. -Synthetic organ! 



chemical industry: Number of research wo 
and cost of research, 2951-55 



paid research worker 



Technically 
trained 
research 
workers'"" 



Salaries 

paid 
research 
workers 



Total reported cost of research 



Within the plant 



Gross 



Outside 

the 

plant 



1951- 
1952- 
1953- 
195-;- 
1955- 



353 

381 
363 
383 
-403 



9,98-; 
12,203 
12,208 
13,474 
14,191 



1,000 
dollars 
67,376 
76,701 
83,694 
94,432 
104,804 



1.000 
dollars 
149,607 
194,993 
210,035 
236,524 
252,530 



1,000 
dollars 
144,784 
186,503 
199,829 
221,842 
239,511 



1,000 
dollars 



6,724 
9,603 
7,951 
9,238 
11,614 



For the years 1951-55, a technically trained research worker was defined as a person with technical 
training engaged in research work and earning not less than $3,600 per year. 

^ The net cost figure is obtained hy deducting from gross cost the credits for salable products obtained 
in the course of research. 



C. Glossary of Synonymous Names of 
Cyclic Intermediates 

Many cyclic intermediates are known in the chemical trade by a 
variety of names. Individuals in the trade frequently are not ac- 
quainted with all the synonymous names for a given product. To 
bring together the synonymous names for each product, the tables 
on intermediates in this report (table 7A in part II, and table 7B 
in part III) show the standard name, in accordance with the system 
used by Chemical Abstracts; this standard name is frequently fol- 
lowed by the most common synonymous name in parentheses. 

In this report, as in previous reports in this series, the Tariff 
Commission has included a glossary of synonymous names of cyclic 
intermediates. This glossary, which was originally compiled at the 
suggestion of the Industry Advisory Committee on Government Re- 
ports, is intended to serve principally as an index to the standard 
names used in the statistical tables on intermediates. The first 
column of the glossary lists alphabetically the common, or trivial, 
names usually encountered in the trade. The second column gives 
the corresponding standard (Chemical Abstracts) names, under which 
the data are presented in tables 7A and 7B. 



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Cyclic intermediate 



ary of synonywous names 



Connnon name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Acedian throne 

p-Aoetamldobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

5-Acetamido-2-hydroxybenzoic acid 

5-Acetamido-orthanilic acid 

Ace tanilide-p -sulfonic acid 

Acetanilid sulfon chloride 

p-Acetoacetchloranilide 

Acetoacet-o-chloroanilide 

o-Aoetoacetochloroanilide 

m-Acetoacetoxylidlde 

Aeetoacet-o-toluidide 

Acetoacet-o-toluidine 

Aoetoacetyl-o-anisidine 

Aoetoacetyl benzidine 

Acetylacet-o-phenylacetoacetanilide 

Aeetyl-p-amino-o-aminophenol hydrochloride 

Acetylamino Cleve's acid 

Aoetyl-o-anisidlne 

Acetyl-p-anisldine 

Acetyldiaminoanthraquinone 

Acetyl-2,'i-diaminophenol hydrochloride 

Acetyl H acid 

Acetyl -l,4-naphthalenediamine-6(and 7)-sulfonio acids- 



Acetyl -p-nitro-o-aminophenol 

Acetyl-m-phenylenediamine 

Acetyl-p-phenylenediamine 

Aoetyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfate 

N-^-Acetylsulfanilamide 

N*-Acetylsulfanilamide 

2-(N''-Acetylsulfanilamido)thiazole 

N*-Acetyl-2-sulfo-p-phenylenediamine 

N-Acetyl-o-toluidine 

1,2,4-Acid 

Amichin 

p-Aminoazobenzene 

Aminoazobenzene disulfo acid 

Aminoazobenzene-3,i-disulfonic acid 

p-Aminoazobenzene hydrochloride 

Aminoazobenzene -m -sulfonic acid 

Aminoazobenzene -p-sulfonic acid 

o-Aminoazo toluene 

o-Aminoazotoluene sulfate 

o-Aminoazotoluenesulfonic acid and salt 



Aminoazoxylene 

Aminoazoxy lenetoluid ine 

8-Amino-l,2-benzacridin-7(l2)-one 

8-Amino-l,2-benzacridone 

p-Aminobenzenearsonic acid 

m-Aminobenzenesulfonic acid 

p-Aminobenzenesulfonic acid 

o-Aminobenzoic acid 

m-Aminobenzoyl I(or J) acid 

p-Aminobenzoyl I(or J) acid 

o-Aminobenzylsulfonic acid 

o-Aminobiphenyl 

2-Aminobiphenyl 

4-Aminobiphenyl 

l-Amino-2-bromo-<i-(p-toluidine)anthraquinone- 

5-Amino-2-chlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

5-Amino-3-chlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

5-Amino-<+-chlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

5-Amino-2-ohlorobenzoic acid 

2 -Amino -4-chloro toluene 

2-Amino-5-chloro toluene 

2-Amino -6 -chloro toluene 

2-Amino-5-chlorotoluene hydrochloride 

m-Amino-p-cresol 

3-Amino-p-cresol methyl ether 

3-Amino-p-cresyl methyl ether 

Aminod iohlorobenzenesulf onic acid 

2-Aminodicyclohexyl 

2-Amino-l,'»-diethoxybenzene 

2-Amino-5-diethylaminotoluene hydrochloride 

p-Aminodiethylaniline 

4 -Amino -1 , 3 -d ihydroxyanthraquinone 

2-Amino-l,^-dimethoxybenzene 

P-Aminodimethylaniline 

p-Amlnodlmethylaniline hydrochloride 

p-Aminodimethylaniline sulfate 

2-Amino^, 6-dinitrophenol and salt 

o-Aminodlphenyl 

p-Aminodiphenyl 



Aoeanthra(2,l-a]aceanthrylene-5,13-dione. 

N-Acetylsulfanilyl chloride, 

5-Acetamidosalicylic acid, 

5-Acetamido-2-aminobenzenesulfonic acid, 

N-Acetylsulfanllic acid. 

N-Acetylsulfanilyl chloride, 

p-Chloroacetoacetanilide . 

o-Chloroacetoacetanllide. 

o-Chloroacetoacetanilide, 

2,'i-Acetoacetoxylidlde, 

o-Acetoacetotoluldlde, 

o-Acetoacetotoluidide, 

o-Acetoacetanisidide. 

p,p'-Biacetoacetanilide. 

y-(o-Acetoacetophenyl)acetoaoetanillde. 

<i-Acetamido-2-aminophenol hydrochloride. 

8-Acetamido-5-amino-2(and 3)-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

o-Acetanisidide, 

p-Acetanlsidide. 

1,5 (or l,8)-Diacetamldoanthraquinone. 

•4-Acetamldo-2-aminophenol hydrochloride. 

8-Acetamido-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 

8-Acetamido-5-amino-2(and 3)-naphthalenesuLfonic 

acid. 
2-Acetamido-^-nitrophenol. 
m-Aminoacetanilide. 
p-Aminoacetanilide, 
p-Aminoacetanilide sulfate, 
N-Sulfanilylacetamide. 
p-Sulfamylacetanillde. 
p-2-Thiazolylsulfamylacetanilide. 
5-Acetamido-2-aminobenzenesulfonic acid. 
o-Acetotoluidide, 

l-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid, 
8-Amino-6-methoxyquinoline, 
p-Phenylazoaniline, 

6-Amino-3,'i'-azobis[benzenesulfonic acid] . 
6-Amino-3,4'-azobis[benzene8ulfonic acid] . 
p-Phenylazoaniline hydrochloride, 
m-(p-Aminophenylazo.)benzenesulfonic acid, 
p-(p-Aminophenylazo)benzenesulfonic acid, 
'i-(o-Tolylazo)-o-toluidine. 
'i-Co-TolylazoJ-o-toluidine sulfate, 
<;-(i-Amino-m-tolylazo)-m-toluenesulfonic acid and 

salt, 
<— (2,-4-Xylylazo)-2,5-xylidine. 
'♦-(2,'i-Xylylazo)-o-toluidine. 
8-Amlnobenz[a] acridin-7(12)-one, 
8-Aminobenz[a]acridin-7(12)-one. 
Arsanillc acid, 
Metanilic acid, 
Sulfanilic acid, 
Anthranilic acid, 

6-(m-Aminobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid, 
6-(p-Aminobenzamldo)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
o-Toluidinomethanesulfonic acid. 
2-Biphenylamine. 
2-Biphenylamine. 
Xenylamine. 

l-Amina-2-bromo-4-(p-toluidino)anthraquinone. 
6-Chlorometanilic acid. 
5-Chlorometanilic acid. 
4-Chlorometanilic acid. 
3-Amino-6-chlorobenzolc acid, 
5-Chloro-o-toluidine, 
■4 -Chloro -o-toluidine, 
6-Chloro-o-toluidine, 
^-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride, 
2-Amino-p-cresol, 
5-Methyl-o-anisidine. 
5-Methyl-o-anisidlne. 
2,5-Dichlorosulfanilic acid. 
2-Aralnobicyclohexyl, 
2, 5-Diethoxy aniline, 

N',N' -Diethyl toluene-2,5-dlamine hydrochloride. 
N, N-Dlethyl-p-phenylenediamine. 
-i-Aminoxanthopurpurin, 
2,5-Dimethoxyaniline. 
N,N-Dlmethyl-p-phenylenediamine. 
N,N-Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine hydrochloride. 
N,N-Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfate. 
Picramic acid and salt. 
2-Biphenylamine, 
Xenylamine, 



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Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of ayncrtymouB riAaes— Continued 



177 



Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



p-Amlnodiphenylamlne 

i-Anilnodiphenylamlne-2-suLfoniG acid 

Aminodlphenyl ether 

'i-Aminoethoxyethylanlllne 

Amino G acid 

Amino I(or J) acid 

p-Amino-N-isobutylphenol 

5-Amino-2-methoxybenzyl alcohol 

4 -Amino -3 -methoxyd Ipheny lamine -2 -sulfonic acid 

"i-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

2-Aminonaphthalene-3,6,8-trlsulfonic acid 

l-Amino-7-naphthol 

l-Amino-8-naphthol-4,6-dlsulfonic acid 

<i-Amino-5-naphthol-l,7-dlsulfonlc acid 

l-Amlno-8-naphthol-2,4-disulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt. 
l-Amino-8-naphthol-3,6-disuli'onlc acid, monosodium 

salt, 
2-Amino-8-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt. 
'4-Amino-5-naphthol-l,3-dlsulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt. 
5-Amino-4-naphthol-2,7-disulfonio acid, monosodium 

salt. 
6-Amlno-4-naphthol-2,7-disuLfonlc acid, monosodium 

salt. 

2-Amino-6-naphthol-8-sulfonic acid 

'i-Amino-3-naphthol-l -sulfonic acid 

7 -Amino-3 -naphthol -1-sulf onic add 

l-Amino-8-naphthol— 4-sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

2-Amino-5-naphthol-7-sulfonio acid, sodium salt 

2-Amino-8-naphthol-6-sulfoaic acid, sodium salt 

^-Amino-S-naphthol-l-sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

6-Amino-^-naphthol-2 -sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

7-Amino-i-naphthol-2-sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

2-Amino-<i-nitroanisole 

2-Amino-5-nitroanisole — 

2-Amino-6-nitroanisole 

"i-Amino-S-nitroanisole ■ 

'i-Amino—4-nitrodiphenylamine-2 -sulfonic acid 

2-Aminophenetole 

Aminophenol sulf amide 

o-Aminophenol-p -sulfonamide 

o-Amlnophenol-p-sulfonic acid 

Aminophenylphenyl ether 

m-Aminophenylpyrazo lonecarboxy lie acid 

l-(m-Aminophenyl)-57Pjrrazolone-3-carboxylic acid 

p-Aminophenyl-p-tolylaminesulfonic acid 

Amino R acid : — 

6-Amino-3-(p-toluene sulf one )amino-4-methoxjrtoluene- 

3'-Amino-(p-toluenesulfone)ethoxytoluene 

2-Aminotoluene-5-sulfonic acid 

Aminoviolanthrene 

Aniline-2,'i-disulfonic acid 

Ani line -2 , 5 -d isulf onic acid 

Aniline hydrochloride 

Aniline oil 

Aniline-m-sulfonic acid 

Aniline-p-sulfonic acid 

Aniline-omega-sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

6-Anilinometanilio acid _^_ 

o-Auiside-<i-acetylur9a 

2-Aniside-4-acetylurea 

2-Anisidine-<i-3ulfobutylamide 

o-Anisidlne-omega-exLlfonio acid 

l,'i,9,10-Anthratetrol 

1, 9-Anthrathiaz61e -2 -carbonyl, chloride 

l,l'-Azobis(2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid) 

1,1 -Azobis{8-nitro-2-naphthol^-sulfonic acid) 

5, 5' -Azobis( salicylic acid) 

Azoxyani line — 

m,m'-A20xybisaniline 



Benzal chloride 

Benzaldehydedlsulfonic acid 

Benzaldehydemonosulfonic acid 

l-(4-Benzamido-l-anthraquinonyllmino)-5-benzamido- 
anthraquinone . 

Benz an throne 

Benzanthronedianthraquinonyldi-imide 



N-Phenyl-p-phenylenediamine. 

5-Amino-2-anilinobenzenesulfonic acid. 

p -Phenoxy ani line . 

2-(p-Amino-N-ethylanillno )ethanol. 

7-Amino-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

6-Amino-l,3-naphthalenedlsulfonic acid, 

p-Isobutylaminophenol. 

5-Aminosaligenin-2-niethyl ether. 

6-Anilino-2-methoxymetanillc acid. 

Naphthionic acid. 

7 -Amino -1,3 , 6-naphthalenetrisulf onic acid. 

8 -Amino -2 -naphthol . 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,5-disulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,5-disulfonlc acid. 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt. 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disuLfonio acid, monosodium 

salt. 
8-Amlno-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, monosodium 

salt, 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonio acid, monosodium 

salt, 
6-Amino-2-naphthol-^-sulfonlc acid, 
l-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid. 
6-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-5-sulfonic acid, sodium salt. 
6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid, sodiim salt, 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-eulfonic acid, sodium salt. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-5-Bulfonic acid, sodium salt. 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonio acid, sodium salt. 
6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid, sodium salt. 
5-Nltro-o-anisidine. 
4-Nitro-o-anisidine. 
6-Nitro-o-anisldine. 
2-Nitro-p-anisldine. 

2-(p-Aminoanilino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid. 
o-Phenetidine. 

2 -Amino-1 -phenol-4-sulf onamide . 
2-Amino-l-phenol-4 -sulfonamide. 
2-Amino-l-phenol-4-sulfonic acid. 
Phenoxy aniline. 
l-(m-Aminophenyl ) -5-oxo-2-pyrazollne-3-carboxyllc 

acid. 
l-(m-Aminophenyl ) -5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 

acid. 
6-p-Toluidinometanilic acid. 
3-Amino-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 
"i. -Amino-5' -methyl-p-toluenesulfon-o-anisidide. 
3-Methyl-N-(p-toluenesulfonyl)-p-phenetidine. 
•4-Amino-m-toluenesulfonic acid. 
16-Aminoviolan throne, 
•i-Amino-m-benzenedisulfonic acid, 
2-Amino-p-benzenedisulfonlc acid. 
Aniline salt. 
Aniline, 
Metanilic acid, 
Sulfanilic acid. 

Anllinomethanesulfonio acid, sodium salt, 
5-Amino-2-anilinobenzeno'sulfonio acid. 
n- ATilH ifUnnnian thBTia Hiil fnm> acid. 
1-Ac ety 1-3- ( 4— amino-p-anlsy 1 ) urea . 
3-Amino-N-butyl-p-anlsolesulf onamlde . 
o-Anlsldinomethanesulfonlc acid. 
Leuco quinizarin. 

Anthr[l,9]isothiazole-2-carbonyl chloride. 
Naphth[l,2]oxadiazole-5-sulfonic acid. 
7(and 8)-tNitronaphth[l,2]oxadiazole-5-sulfonic acid. 
3-Carboxy-2(and ■4)-hydroxybenzenediazonium sulfate, 
p-( p -Aminopheny lazo )phenol . 
m,ra'-Azoxydianiline. 
m,m' -Azoxydianillne. 

a , a ^ichlorotoluene . 
A-Formyl-m-benzenedisulfonic acid. 
o-Formylbenzenesulfonic acid, 
4,5' -Dibenzamldo-1, 1' -imlnodianthraquinone, 

7-Benz[ de] anthracen-7-one, 
3,9-Bi8[l-anthraqulnonylamino]-7-benz[de]anthracen- 



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cyclic intermediatea: Glossary of aynonymous names— Continued 



Conmon name 



Benzeneazobenzene 

Benzene-ljS-dloarboxylio acid 

p^enzenedicarboxylic acid 

1,3,5 -Benzene triol ■ 

2,2 '-Benzidine disulfonio acid 

Benzidine sulfonic acid 

Benzocaine 

Benzotrichloride ~ 

Benzoylacetanilide 

1 -Benzoy lamino -^-aminoanthraqulnone- 
2^enzoylajiiino-l,4-diethoxybenzene — 
2-Benzoylamlno-l,i-dimethoxybenzene- 



5 -Benzoylamlno -2 -nl trod imethoxybenzene 

5-Benzoylaiiilno-2-nitrohydroquinone diethyl ester — 
6-Benzoyl8'nino-3-(p-toluenesulfonamido)-4-methoxy- 
toluene, 

2 -Benzoyl -4-chloro-3-nitrobenzoio acid 

Benzoyl J acid 

2-Benzoylthlophene 

a-Benzylacetamide 

m-Benzyl-p-aminophenol hydrochloride 

Benzyl chloride 

Benzyl cyanide- 



N-Benzyl-N-ethylaniline 

N-Benzyl-N-ethyl-p-nitrosoaniline 

3-Benzy 1-7 -hydroxy -4 -me thylcoumarin 

Benzylidineaoetophenone ~ 

Bibenzoyl 

4 -Biphenylamine 

p,p'-Bis(acetoacetanilide) 

N, N '-Bis ( acetoaeetyl )benzldine 

N , N-Bis ( 2 -hydroxye thy 1 ) ani line 

N,N-Bis(2-t«fdroxyethyl-m-toluidine) 

4,<i'-Bis[2-(N-methyl-o-anisyldlazoaiDino)ethanesul- 
fonic acid], 

N,N'^is-6-(l-naphthol-3-8ulfonic acid)urea 

B . 0. N . 

Broenner's acid 

Bromamlne acid 

p^romoaoetamidoanthraquinone 

Bromobenzan throne 

p-Bromomethylaminoanthraquinone 

-;-Bromo-N-niethyl-l,9-anthrapyridone 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



n-Butyl-p-nitrobenzoate- 



p-Carboxybenzenesulfonamide 

3-Carboxy-4-hydroxyacetanilide 

Cassella acid 

Centralite 

Chicago acid 

Chlorinated oresols 

2-Chloro-3-aoetamino-9,10-anthrahydroquinone disul- 
fonio acid ester. 

2-Chloro-3-acetaminoanthraquinone 

2-Chloro-3-aoetamino-9.10-dihydroxyanthracene-9,10- 
disulfonic acid ester, 

Chloroacetylarsanilic acid 

5 -Chloro -2 -aminoanisole 

<»- Chloro-2-amino-6-benzenesulfonic acid 

6-Chloro-3-aininobenzotrifluoride 

Chloroaminophenol 

2-Chloro -4 -ami no toluene 

5-Chloro-2 -amino toluene 

m-Chloroaniline-o-sulfonic acid — — 

p-Chloroanillne-m-sulfonic acid 

p-Chloroanlline-o-sulfonic acid 

5-Chloroanisidine 

2-Chloro-3-anthraceneoarboxylic acid 

2-Chloroanthraquinone-3-carbo5tyllo acid 

2-Chlorobenzaldehyde-5-sulfonic acid 

'i-Chlorobenzaldehyde-2 -sulfonic acid > 

l-Chloro-5-benzamideanthraquinone 

Chlorobenzanthrone 

4-Chlorobenzotrifluorlde 

Chlordbenzyl cyanide 

l-Chloro-2-carboxyanthraquinone 

p-Chloro-m-cresol 

2-Chloro-l,'i-dlhydroxyanthraquinone 

Chloro H acid 

5-Chloro-8-hydroxyquinoline 

3-Chloro-3'-methoxy-6-diphenylaminecarboxylic acid, 
potassium salt. 



Azobenzene, 

Isophthalic acid, 

Terephthalic acid, 

Phlorogluoinol, 

4,4' -Diamino-2,2 '-biphenyldisulfonic acid, 

2-Amino-5-(p-aminophenyl)benzenesulfonlc acid. 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, ethyl eater, 

a,a a. -Triohloro toluene. 

a-Benzoylacetanillde, 

l-Amino-4-benzamidoanthraquinone. 

2 ',5 '-Diethoxybenzanilide. 

2 ',5 '-Dimethoxybenzanilide. 

2 ',5'-Dimethoxy-4'-nitrobenzanilide. 

2',5'-Diethoxy-4'-nitrobenzanilide. 

6-Benzamido-4 -me thoxy-3-(p-toluenesulfonamido) tolu- 
ene. 

o-(4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzoyl)benzoic acid. 

6^enzamido-l-naphthol-3-sulfonio acid. 

Phenyl 2-thienyl ketone. 

Hydroo innamamide . 

4^Amino-<j-phenyl-m-cresol hydrochloride. 

a-Chloro toluene. 

Phenylaoetonitrile. 

N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamine. 

N-Et.hyl-N-(p-nitrosophenyl)benzylamine. 

3-Benzyl^-methylumbelliferone. 

Chalcone. 

Benzil. 

2-Blphenylamine. 

Xenylamine. 

4,4'-Biacetoacetanilide. 

4,4' -Biacetoaoetanilide. 

2,2'-(Phenylimino)diethanol. 

2,2' -(ra-Tolylimino )diethanol. 

3,3'-Diraethoxy-4,4'-biphenylbist3-methyl-3-triazene- 
ethanesulfonic acid],, 

6,6'-Ureylenebis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] . 

3 -Hydroxy -2 -naphthoic acid. 

6-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

l-Amino-4-bromo-2-anthraquinonesulfonic acid. 

l-Acetamido-4-bromoanthraquinone. 

3-Bromo-7-benz [de] anthracen-7-one. 

4 -Bromo -1 -methy lamlnoanthraquinone . 

6-Bromo-3-methyl-7-dibenzlf,ij]isoquinoline-2,7{3)- 
dione, 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, n-butyl ester. 

p-Sulfamylbenzoic acid. 

5-Acetamidosalicylic acid, 

3-Amino-l,5-naphthalA-.edisulfonic acid. 

N,N '-Diethylcarbanilide. 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid. 

Cresols, chlorinated. 

2-Acetamido-3-chloro-9, lO-dihydro-9, 10-anthradiol- 

9,in-disulfonic acid, diethyl ester. 
2-Acetamido-3-chloroanthraquinone. 
2-Aeetamido-3-chloro-9, lO-dihydro-9, lO-anthradiol- 

9,10-disulfonio acid, diethyl ester. 
Chloroarsacetln. 
4-Chloro-o-anisidine. 
5-Chlorometanilic acid. 
6-Chloro-a-trifluoro-m-toluidine. 
2-Amino-4-chlorophenol. 
3-Chloro-p-toluidine. 
4-Chloro-o-toluidlne, 
2-Amino-6-chlorobenzenesulfonio acid, 
6-Chlorometanilic acid. 
2-Amino-5-chlorobenzenesulfonio acid, 
4-Chloro-o-anlsidine. 
3-Chloro-2-anthraoenecarboxyllc acid. 
3-Chloro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylio acid. 
4-Chloro-3-formylbenzenesuli'onic acid. 
5 -Chloro -2 -f ormy Ibenzenesulf onic acid. 
1 -Benzamido -5 -ohloroanthraquinone. 
Chloro-7-benz[ de]anthracen-7-one. 
4-Chloro-a,o,a-trifluoro toluene. 
(p-Chlorophenyl)acetonitrile. 
l-Chloro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid. 
6-Chloro-m-cresol. 
2-Chloroquinizarin. 

8-Chloro-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 
5-Chloro-8-quinolinol . 
N-(m-Anisyl)-4-chloroanthranilic acid, potassium 

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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



3-Chloro-i'-methoxy-6-diphenylamlnecarboxyllc acid, 

potassium salt. 
(4-Chloro-2-methoxy-N-methylphenyldlazoamlno)acetic 

acid. 

Chloromethylanthraquinone 

(5-Chloro-N-methyl-o-tolyldlazoamlno)aoetic acid 

o -Chloro -p -nl troanl 1 Ine — 

p-Chloro-o-nitroanlllne 

4-Chloro-3-nltrobenzotrlfluorlde 

2-Chlorophenol 

4-Chlorophenol 

2-(m-Chlorophenyldlazoamlno)-<i-sulfobenzolc acid 

Chlorophenylhydrazlne-p-sulfonlc acid 

2-Chloro-o-phenyl phenol 

l-(2-Chloro-4-sulfophenyl)-3-methyl-5-pyTazolone — 

o-Chloro-p-toluene sodium sulfonate 

'♦-Chlorotoluene-2 -sulfonic acid 

m-Chlorotoluenethloglyoollc acid 

5-Chloro-2-toluidine 

o-Chloro-m-toluidine-p-sulfonlc acid 

2-Chloro-p-toluldlne-5-sulfonlc acid 

2-Chloro-5-toluldlne-<i-sulfonlc acid 

Chlorotolylthioglycolio acid 

Chloro-sym -xylene! 

Chloroxylldenesulfonlc acid ~ 

Chromotropic acid 

1 , 6-Cleve ' s acid 

1,7-Cleve's acid 

Cleve's acid, mixed 

Cresidine 

m-Cresol methyl ether 

Cresols, mixed 

m-Cresolsulfonlc acid 

o-Cresotic acid 

o-Cresotinlc acid 

m-Cresyl methyl ether 

ps 1 -Cumld ine 

Cumlnaldehyde 

2-Cyanopyrldlne 

3-CyanoFyridine 

4-Cyanopyridlne 



Dahl ' s acid 

Dehydrothio-p-toluidlne — 

Developer Z 

3,6-Dlaminoacridlne — 

m-Dlaminoanlsole 

3,3' -Diamlnoazoxybenzene 

4,4' -Dlamlno-1, 1 -dlanthraquinonylamlne 

4,4'-Diamino-l,l'-dianthrimide 

Dlamlno-4,4 -dlbenzoyl-1,1 -dianthraqulnonelmine 

Dlamino-4,5-<31benzoyl-l,l -dlanthraquinonylamlne 

l,4-Dlamino-2,3-dihydroanthraqulnone 

3,6-Diamino-2,7-dtmethylacrldlne hydrochloride 

4,4 -Dlamlno-3,3 -dimethyl -5, 5 '-bisbenzenesulfonic 
acid. 

4,4 -Diamlno-2,2 '-dimethyldlphenylmethane 

p,p -Dlaminodlphenylme thane 

p,p -Dlamlnodiphenylsulfide 

3, 3 '-Oiaminodlphenyl urea ~ 

Di(p-amlnophenyl) sulfide 

1 , 3 -Di (m-amlnopheny 1 ) urea 

2 , 6-Dlamlnotoluene-4.-sulf onic ac id 

Diamylphenol 

l,5-Dianilinoanthraqulnone-o,o'-dlearboxylle acid — 

o-Dlanlsidlne •; 

Dl(o-anlsyldiazo)methylenebis(iiiilnoacetic acid) 

Dl(o-anlsyldiazo)methylenebls(imlnoproplonic acid )- 

a , ^Dianlsylglycol 

1, 1' -Dianthraqulnonelmine — " 

1,1' -Dlanthraqulnonylamine 

Dianthrlmlde 



Dlazoamlnobenzene ~ 

l-Dlazo-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid 

Dibenzanthrone— • — 

2,2 -Dibenzanthrony 1 

13,13-Dlbenzanthronyl 

Dibenzoyl 

4,5-Diben2oylamldodlanthraquinonylamlne 

4,4'-Dlben2oyldiamino-l,l'-dianthrlmlde 

Dlbaneyl 



N-(p-Anlsyl)-4-chloroanthranilic acid, potassium 

salt. 
l-(4-Chloro-o-anisyl)-3-methyl-3-triazeneacetlc acid. 

1-Chloro -2 -methy lanthraquinone . 

l-(5-Chloro-o-tolyl)-3-methyl-3-triazeneacetlc acid, 

2-Chloro-4-nitroanlllne. 

4 -Chloro -2 -nl troanl line . 

4-Chloro-ui,a,(X-trlfluoro-3-nitrotoluene. 

o-Chlorophenol. 

p-Chlorophenol. 

2- [l-(m-Chlorophenyl)trlazeno]-4-sulfobenzolc acid. 

4-Chloro-3-hydrazinobenzenesulfonlc acid, 

2-Chloro-6-phenylphenol. 

l-(6-Chloro-4-sulfophenyl)-3-methyl-5-pyrazolone. 

3-Chloro-p-toluenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt. 

5-Chloro-o-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

4-Chloro-o-tolylmercaptoacetic acid. 

5 -Chloro -o-toluidine. 

2-Amlno-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonio acid. 

6-Amlno-4-chloro-m-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

4-Chloro-o-tolylmercaptoaoetlo acid . 

4-Chloro-3,5-xylenol. 

6-Amino-3-chloro-2,5-xylenesulfonic acid. 

4 , 5 -Dlhydroxy-2 , 7 -naphthalened 1 sulfonic acid. 

5-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

5(and 8)-Amino-2-napht,halenesulfonic acid. 

5-Methyl-o-anisldlne. 

m-Methylanlsole. 

Cresyllc acid, 

5-Itrdroxy-m-toluenesulfonic acid. 

2,3-CreEOtic acid. 

2,3-Cresotlc acid. 

m-Methylanisole. 

Pseudocumidine. 

Cumaldeliyde, 

Picolinonitrile. 

Nicotinonitrile. 

Isonicotinonltrile, 

6-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

2 -( p -Amlnopheny 1 ) -6 -me thy Ibenzothlazole . 

a-(p-Anlsyl ) -p-methoxyacetophenone. 

3 -Me thy 1 -1 -phenyl -5 -pyrazolone . 

Proflavine base. 

5 -Methoxy-m-phenylenediamine. 

m,m'-Azoxydlaniline. 

1 , 1 ' -Iminod i -4-amlnoanthr aquinone. 

1,1 -Imlnodl-4-amlnoanthraquinone. 

1.1 -Imlnobis[4-benzamldoanthraquinone] . 

4 , 5 -Dlbenzamldo-1, 1 '-aminodlanthraquinone. 
Acetate leuco violet. 
Acridine yellow. 

2.2 '-Diamlno-5,5'-bl-m-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

4,4'-Methylenebis[m-toluldlne] . 

p,p'-Methylenedlanillne. 

p,p '-Thlodianiline. 

3,3 '-Diaminocarbanillde, 

p,p '-Thlodianiline. 

3,3 '-Diaminocarbanillde. 

3,5-Diamlno-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 

2 , 4 -Di -ter t -amy Iphenol . 

l,5-Dianilino-2,6-anthraquinonedicarboxylic acid, 

3.3 -Dimethoxybenzidlne, 

3.3'~Methylenebis[l-o-anlsyl-3-triazeneacetic acid] . 
3,3 -Methylenebls[l-o-anisyl-3-trlazenemethylacetlc 

acid] . 
l,2-Dl-p-anisyl-l,2-ethanedlol. 
1,1 -Iminod lanthraquinone , 
1,1 -Iminodlanthraqulnone. 
1, l' -Iminodianthraquinone. 
1,3-Dlphenyltrlazine. 
5-Naphth[l,2]oxadiazosulfonlc acid. 
Violanthrone. 

(4,4''-Bi-7-benz[de]anthracen)-7,7'-<llone. 
( 3 , 3 '-B1 -7-benz[de] anthraoen ) -7, 7 '-dlone. 
Benzil. 

4,5 '-Dibenzamldo-1,1 '-aminodlanthraquinone, 
1,1 -Iminobls[4-benzamldoanthraquinone] . 
Bibenzyl. 



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Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Dlbenzylanillne 1 

Dlbenzyl disulfide 

Dibenzyl ether 

Dlbenzyl aodium sulfanilate ' 

Dibromoaminoanthraquinone 

7,16-Dibromo-6,15-dihydro-5,9,l'l,18-anthrazinetetrone 

p-Dibromodlhydroxynaphthalene 

2,6-Dibromo-l, 5-dlhydroxynaphthalene 

4, 5-Dibromo-l, 8-dihydroxynaphthalene 

1,4-Dlchloroaniline 

2, 5-Dichloroaniline-4-sulfonic acid 

Dichloroanisyldiazodi-imlnodiacetio acid 



Dl(5-ohloro-o-anisyldiazo)methylenebis(imlnoacetic 

acid). 

1, 5-Dichloro-4,8-anthraquinonedlsulfonic acid 

l,8-Dlohloro--i,5-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid 

2,6-Dlchlorobenzalchlorlde 

o,o -Dichlorobenzidine 

m,m '-Dichlorobenzldlne hydrochloride 

2,4-Dichlorobenzyl chloride 

2,'i-Dichlorobenzylidene chloride 

2,6-Dichlorobenzylidene chloride 

Di('i-chloro-2-diazotoluol)methylenebis(tminoacetic 

acid). 
2-(2,5-Dichloro-N-ethylphenyldiazoamino)-5-sulfoben- 

zoic acid, 

Dichlorohydroxybenzoylbenzoic acid 

2,5-Dichlorophenylhydrazinesulfonic acid 

l-(2,5-Dichlorophenyl)-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxylic acid- 

Di(5-chloro-o-tolyldiazo)methylenebis(iminoacetlc 

acid). 
Di ( 5-chloro-o-tolyldiazo )methylenebis ( iminopropionic 

acid). 

Dicreeyldisulfide 

Dicyclohexyl 

Diethanolaniline 

Diethanol-m-toluidine 

1 , 4-Diethoxybenzene 

N-( 2 , 5-Diethoxy-i-nitrophenyl )benzamlde 

N-(2,5-Diethoxyphenyl)benzamide 

p-Diethylaminobenzalaniline-o-Eulfonlc acid 

Diethylaniline-m-sulfonic acid 

Diformyl^n-tolylenediamine 

1,2-Dihydroacenaphthylene 

l,4-Dihydro-4-oxo-2,6-pyridlnedioarboxylic acid 

1,3-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

l.i-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

1,5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

1,8-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

2,6-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

2, ^-Dihydroxybenzoic ac id 

2,3-Dihydroxy-l,4-dlaminoanthraquinone 

Dihydroxydibenzanthrone 

3 , ^-Dihydroxy-«(-dlmethylaminoaoetophenone 

5,5'-Dihydroxyd'i-2-naphthylamine-7,T'-disulfonic acid- 

l,5-Dihydroxy-i,8-dinltroanthraquinone 

p , p -Dlhydroxyd iphenyldime thy Ime thane 

iji'-Dlhydroxydiphenylsulfone 

5,5'-Dlhydroxy-7,7'-disulfonic-2,2'-dinaphthylamine — 

Dihydroxyethylaniline 

Dihydroxyethyl-3-toluidine 

1,5-Dihydroxynaphthalene 

2,3-Dihydroxynaphthalene 

l,8-Dihydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid 

l,8-Dihydroxynaphthalene-^-8ulfonio acid 

2,3-Dlhydroxynaphthalene-6-sulfonic acid 

Dimethanil-4-sodiuin sulfonate 

2,3-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde 

3,4— Dijnethoxybenzaldehyde 

o-Dimetho5cybenzene 

1,2-Dimethoxybenzene 

4,'i''-DiiDethoxybenzoin 

3,4-Dimethoxybenzyl alcohol 

Di(methoxy-2-diazo-4-chlorobenzoyl)methylenebls(lminO' 

acetic acid). 
DimethoxydiazodiphenylJnethylenebis(tminoacetic acid) — 
Dimethoxyd iazod iphenvlme thy leneb i s ( iminopropionic 

acid). ^ 
2, ?'-{ 3, 3 '-Dimethoxy-N, N '-dimethyl-4,4 '-biphenylbis- 

diazoamino)diethanesulfonic acid. 

Di-p-methoxyethylchalcone — 

N-(2,5-Dlmethoxy-4Hiitrophenyl)benzamide 



N-Phenyld ibenzy lamine . 

Benzyl disulfide. 

Benzyl ether. 

N,N-Dibenzylsulfanilio acid, sodium salt. 

1 -Amino -2 , •i-d ibromoanthraquinone . 
7,16 -Dibromo indanthrene. 

4, 5-Dibromo-l , 8-naphthalenediol, 

2,6-Dibromo-l,5-naphthalenediol. 

4, 5-Dibromo-l, 8-naphthalenediol. 

2,5-Dichloroaniline. 

2,5-Diohlorosulfanilic acid, 

3,3'-Methylenebls(l-(5-chloro-o-anisyl)-3-triazene- 

acetlc acid] . 
3,3 '-Methylenebis [l-(5-chloro-o-anisyl)-3-triazene- 

acetic acid]. 
4,8-Dichloro-l, 5-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid. 
4,5-Dichloro-l,8-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid. 
cii,a,2,6-Tetrachloro toluene. 
3, 3 '-Dichlorobenzidine. 
2,2 '-Dichlorobenzidine hydrochloride. 
a,2,4-Trichlorotoluene. 
?, ?,2,4-Tetrachlorotoluene. 
a, <f , 2 , 6-Tetrachloro toluene. 
3, 3"' -Methylenebis [l-(4-chloro-o-tolyl)-3-triazene- 

acetic acid], 
2-tl-(2,5-Dichlorophenyl)-3-ethyl-3-triazene]-5-sul- 

fobenzoic acid. 
o-(3,5-Dichlorosalicyloyl)benzoio acid. 
2,5-Dichlorohydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid. 
l-( 2, 5-Dichlorophenyl) -5-0X0-2 -pyrazoline-3-carbox- 

ylio acid. 
3,3"-Methylenebis(l-(5-chloro-o-tolyl)-3-triazene- 

acetic acid] , 
3,3 '-Methylenebis[ l-( 5-chloro-o-tolyl )-3-triazene- 

raethylacetic acid] , 
Cresyl disulfide, 
Bioyclohexyl. 

2,2''-(Phenylimino)diethanol. 
2,2'-(m-Tolylimino)diethanol. 
p-Diethoxybenzene. 
2 ', 5 '-Diethoxy-4'-nitrobenzanilide. 

2 ',5' -Diethoxybenzanilide, 

N_(p_Diethylaminobenzylidene)aniline-o-sulfonic acid. 
N,N-Diethylmetanilic acid. 
N,N'-Difonnyltoluene-2, 5 -diamine. 

Acenaphthene . 

Chelldamic acid. 

Xanthopurpurin, 

Quinizarin, 

Anthrarufin. 

Chrysazin, 

Anthraflavio acid, 

p-Resorcylic acid, 

1 , 4-Diaiiiinohystazarln. 

16, 17 -Dihydroxyviolan throne. 

Adrenalone. 

6,6' -Iminobis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid], 

4,8-Dlnitroanthrarufln. 

p,p -Isopropylidenediphenol, 

p,p -Sulfonyldiphenol. 

6,6'-Iminobis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid]. 

2,2'-(Phenylimino)diethanol. 

2,2'-(m-Tolylimino)diethanol. 

1,5-Naphthalenediol. 

2,3-Naphthalenediol. 

4,5-Dlhydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

4,5-Dihydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

6,7-Dihydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid, 

Isopropylideneaminobenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt. 

o-Veratraldehyde. 

Veratraldehyde. 

Veratrole. 

Veratrole. 

Anisoin. 

Veratryl alcohol. 

3. 3 '-Methylenebis [l-(5-chloro -o-anisyl) -3-triazene- 

acetic acid]. 
3,3 '-Methylenebis[l-o-anisyl-3-triazeneacetic acid] . 
3,3'-Methylenebis[l-o-anisyl-3-triazenemethylacetic 

acid] . 
3,3 '-Dimethoxyd, 4 '-blphenylbis[3-methyl-3-triazene- 

ethanesulfonic acid] . 
.a-Ethyl-4,4' -dimethoxychaloone. 
2',5'-Dimethoxy-4 -nitrotenzanilide . 



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(S.-i-Dimethoxyphenyllacetie acid- 
N-(2,5-Dlmethoxyphenyl)benzamide--- 

2,'i-Di(p-methoxyphenyl)-3-ethylhexane 

2>4-Dl (p-methoxyphenyl ) -3-ethy^hexene- 
3,<i-Di(p-methoxyT)henyl)hexane- 
Dlmethylacetanlllde- 
Dlmethylaminoacetylcatechol- 
N, N-Dlmethy 1 -3 -aminophenol - 
Dljnethylanillne- 
Dimethylbenzene- 

2,'i-Dimethylbenzenesulfonanilide — - — 

2,^-Dimethyl-6-tert-butylacetophenone 

l,3-DiJiiethyl-5-tert-butylbenzene — 

2,7-Dimethyloeroxanol 

Dljnethyldlanthraqulnonyl 

2,2' -Dimethyl-l,l-dianthraquiftonylaniine 

2,7.-Dimethylfluorane 

Dljnethylhydroresorolnol 

Dimethyl-a-naphthylamlne 

2,7-Dimethylquinoline ^ 

Dlnaphtho[l,2,3-cd,3',2',l'-lm| perylene 

Dinaphtho[l,2,3-cd,3',2',l'-lm]perylene-5,10- 
dione. 

Ij'i-Dinitrobenzene 

2 , i-Dini trobenzene 

Dlnltrochlorobenzene 

Dinitroohlorobenzenesulfonlo acid 

3,5-Dinitro-4-ohlorobenzolc acid 

2,6-Dinitro-4-chlorophenol 

Dlnitro-o-cyclohexylphenol 

4,4' -Dinitro-1, 1' -dianthraqulnonylamlne — 

Dinitrodibenzanthronyl 

Dinitrohydroxydiphenylamine 

Dinitrotetramethyldiaminodiphenylmethane 

2,4-Dinitrotoluenesulfonio acid 

1,5-Dioxaiiiidoanthraquinone 

Dioxy S acid 

Dlphenyl 

2,4-Diphenylamlne-l-hydroxyanthraquinone 

2,4-Diphenylamlne-l-oxyanthraquinone 

Diphenylcarbazide 

Diphenylene oxide 

Diphenyl epsilon acid 

Diphenyl ether 

Dlphenyl ketone 

Diphenylmethanol 

Diphenyl oxide 

Diphenyl silicon diohloride 

Dipyrazoledianthrone 

1,3-Di-p-toluidineanthraquinone 

1,4-Di-p-toluidineanthraquinone 

l,3-Di(p-tolylamino)anthraquinone 

1,4-Di-p-tolylaminoanthraquinone 



N-Ethanol-N-ethyl-4-nitrosoaniline 

2-Ethanolpyridine 

2-Ethoxy aniline 

4-Ethoxy aniline 

2-Ethoxy -6-sulfonaphthalene 

Ethyl -p-aminobenzoate 

Ethyl -o -amino-p -ere sol 

Ethylaniline (mono ) 

N,N-Ethylbenzylanillne 

Ethylbenzylanilinesulfonic acid 

Ethylbenzyl-m-toluidine 

Ethylbenzylnn-toluidine-o-sulfonic acid 

Ethyleneplycol monophenylether 

Ethyl hydrol 

Ethyl ketone base 

2-(N-Ethyl-2-methoxy-5-nitrophenyldiazoamino)-5-sul- 

fon. 

5-Ethyl-2-methylpyTidine 

2-(N-Ethyl)-5-nitro-o-anisyldlazoamino-5-sulfo- 

benzoic acid. 

p-Ethylnitrobenzene ' ^ 

Ethyl p-nitrobenzoate 

Ethyl-p-nitrobenzoylacetate 

Ethyl phenyl ether 

Ethyl salioyl carbonate 

Ethylsulfobenzylaniline 

N-Ethyl-o-toluIdine-p-sulfonic acid 



Fast red TR base- 
p-Formylaniline — 



Homoveratric acid. 

2' , 5' -Dimethoxybenzanilide. 

2 , 4-Di (p-anisyl ) -3-ethylhexane. 

2,4-Di(p-anisyl)-3-ethylhexene. 

3,4-Di(p-anisyl)hexane. 

Acetoxylidide. 

Adrenalone. 

m-Dimetliylaminophenol, 

Xylidine. 

Xylene. 

p-Toluenesulfono-o-toluidide. 

6-tert-Butyl-2,4-diiiiethylacetophenone. 

5-tert-Butyl-m-xylene. 

2,8-Dimethyl-13p-hydroxy-9( 13p )-ceroxenone. 

2,2 '-Dimethyl -1, 1 '-bianthraquinone. 

1,1' -Iminobis[2-methylanthraquinone]. 

2' ,7' -Dimethylfluoran. 

Dlmethy 1-1 , 3 -eye lohexaned ione . 

N,N-Dimethyl-l-naphthylamine. 

m-Toluquinaldine. 

Violanthrene. 

Violanthrone. 

p-Dinitrobenzehe. 

m-Dinitrobenzene. 

1-Chloro -2, 4-dini trobenzene. 

4-Chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 

4-Chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzoic acid. 

4-Chloro-2 , 6-dinitrophenol . 

2-Cyclohexyl-4,6-dinitrophenol, 

1,1' -Iminodi-4-nitroanthraquinone. 

Dlnitro(3,3' -bi-7-benz[ de] anthracen)-7,7'-dione. 

p-( 2 , i-Dinitroanilino )phenol. 

p,p' -Methylenebis[N,N-dimethyl-2-nltroanillne] . 

3,5-Dinitro-o-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

N, N '-( 1 , 5-Anthraquinone )dioxamio ac id . 

4,5-Dihydroxy-l-naphthalenesuironio acid. 

Biphenyl. 

2,4-Dianilino-l-hydroxyanthraquinone. 

2 , 4 -Dianilino -1 -hydroxyanthraquinone . 

1, 5-Diphenylcarbohydrazide, 

Dibenzofuran. 

8-Diphenylamlno-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

Phenyl ether. 

Benzophenone. 

Benzhydrol. 

Phenyl ether, 

Dichlorophenyl silane. 

Pyrazole anthrone yellow, 

l,3-Di-p-(toluidino)anthraquinone. 

l,4-Di-p-(toluidino)anthraquinone. 

l,3-Di-p-(toluidlno)anthraquinone. 

l,4-Di-p-(toluidino)anthraquinone, 

2-(N-Ethyl-4-nitrosoanilino)ethanol, 

2-Pyridineethanol, 

o-Phenetidine, 

p-Phenetidine, 

6-Ethoxy-2-naphthalenesulfonio acid, 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, ethyl ester. 

3-Ethylamino-p-oresol. 

N-Ethylanillne. 

N-Ethy 1 -N -phenylbenzylamine . 

a-(N-Ethylanilino)-p-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

N-Benzyl-N-ethyl-m-toluidine. 

4-(N-Benzyl-N-ethylamino)-o-toluenesulfonic acid. 

2-Phenoxyethanol. 

4,4' -Bis(diethylamino)benzhydrol, 

4,4' ^is(diethylamino)benzophenone, 

2-[3-Ethyl-l-(5-nitro-o-anisyl)-3-trlazene]-5-sulfo- 

benzoic acid. 
5-Ethyl-2-picoline. 
2-[3-Ethyl-l-(5-nitro-o-anisyl)-3-triazene] -5-sulfo- 

benzoic acid. 
l-Ethyl-4-ni trobenzene. 
p-Nitrobenzoic acid, ethyl ester. 
p-Nitrobenzoylacetic acid, ethyl ester. 
Phenetole. 

o,o'-Carbonyldloxydibenzoic acid, diethyl ester. 
a-(N-Ethylanilino)-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 
3-Ethylamino-p-toluenesulfonic acid, 

5-Chloro-o-toluidine, 
p-Aminobenzaldehyde, 



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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



p-Fonnyl-lJ,N-dlethylanillne 

Gamma acid 

Gamma dlsulfo acid 

Glycerolmonoethylanlllne 



H acid 

Halocrln 

Hexahydrobenzolc acid 

Hexahydropyrldine 

Homoveratrylamlne 

1,2-1,2 -Iftrdrazlned Ibromoanthraquinone 

Hydrol 

Hydroqulnone dimethyl ether — 

o-!^droxybenzyl benzoate, calcium salt 

7-Hydroxycoumarln 

^ -Hydro xydlphenyl 

p-Hydroxyethyl-o-ohloroaniline 

Hydro xyethylethj-lanillne 

Hydroxyethylmethylanlline 

Hydro xyethyl-3-toluidine- 



2-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzaldehyde 

2-[fc'droxy-3-methylbenzoic acid 

2-i^droxy-A-niethylbenzolo acid ™ — 

7-Hydroxy^-methylcoumarin 

2 -Hydroxy -5-nltroacetanillde 

p-Hydroxyphenylarsonic acid 

p-Hydroxyphenyl-n-butylamine 

8-f^droxyqulnoline 



I acid 

I acid imlde 

Isobutyl p-nltrobenzoate 

I sod ibenzanthrone 

p-Ieopropylaniline 

p-Isopropylbenzaldehyde 

Isopropylbenzene 

Isopropyl p-toluenesulfonate- 



J acid 

J acid Imlde- 
J acid urea — 



K acid 

Koch's acid- 



Lake red C amine 

Laurent' s acid 

Lead styphnate 

Lead trinitroresorcinate 

Leuco-l,4-di(methylamlno)anthraqulnone- 

Leucolndophenol BCTN 

Llmonene 



Methane base 

Methane salt 

o-Methoxyacetanllide 

p-Methoxyacetanilide 

4-Methoxy-4'-sminodiphenylamine 

2 -Methoxy-4-aminodiphenylandne-2 -sulfonic acid 

Methoxy aniline 

Methoxybenzene 

p-Methoxybenzoio acid 

'i-Methoxy-S'-chloro-e '-carboxydiphenylamine, potas- 
sium salt, 

2 -Me thoxy-6 , 9 -d iohloroacrld ine 

4' -Me thoxy^-nltrodiphenylamine-2' -sulfonic acid 

Methoxy -omega -sulfonic acid 

6-Methoxy-m-toluidine 

"♦-Methyl -i-aminodlphenylamlne-2 -sulfonic acid 

Methylaainosulfobenzoic acid 

o-Methylaniline 

Methylanillne(mono) 

2-Methylbenzanthrone- 



2 '-Methyl-3-benzidinesulfonic acid 

Methy lenebls [n-p-( 5-chloro-o-anisylazophenyl )iinino- 
acetic acid] , dlsodlum salt. 

Methylenebis(methylaminoantipyTine) 

Methylenebis(toluenediamine) 

2-Methyl-5-ethylpyridine 

^-Methyl -7 -hydroxycoumarln 

Methyl-p-hydroxy-m-nitrobenzoate 

Metl^lphenylpyrazolone-3-sulfonic acid 



p-Dlethylamlnobenzaldehyde, 

2-Naphthol-6,8-dlsulfonic acid. 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc aald. 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonic acid. 
3-(N-Ethylanillno)-l,2-propanedlol. 

8-Amlno-l-naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonlc acid. 

6,9-Dichloro-2-methoxyacridlne. 

Cyclohexanecarboxyllc acid. 

Piperidine. 

3 , -i-Dimethoxyphenethylamine. 

7,16 -Dibromo ind anthr ene . 

PjP* -Bis(dlmethylamino)benzhydrol. 

p-Dimethoxybenzene. 

Saligenin benzoate, calcium salt, 

Umbelliferone. 

p-Phenylphenol. 

2-( Chloroanilino ) ethanol. 

2-(N-Ethylanilino )ethanol, 

2-(N-Methylanilino)ethanol. 

2-(m-Toluidino)ethanol, 

o -Vanillin, 

2,3-Cresotic acid. 

2,^-Cresotic acid. 

A-Methylumbelliferone. 

2-Acetamido-^-nitrophenol. 

p-Hydroxybenzenearsonlc acid. 

p-Amino-N-(n-butyl)-phenol. 

8-Quinolinol. 

6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

6,6'-Iminobis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid], 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, isobutyl ester. 

Isoviolan throne. 

Cumidine. 

Cumaldehyde. 

Cumene. 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, isopropyl ester. 

6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

6 , 6 '-Iminobi s [l-naphthol-3-sulf onic acldj . 

6,6' -Ureylenebis [l-naphthol-3-sulf onie acid] . 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,5-disulfonic acid. 
8-Aiiiino-l,3,6-naphthalenetrisulfonio acid. 

2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 

5-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

Styphnic acid, lead salt. 

Styphnlc acid, lead salt. 

1 , 'V-Dimethylamlno -9, 10 -anthrad iol . 

i-(p-Dlmethylaminoanilino)-l-naphthol. 

Dipentene. 

p,p'-Methylenebis[N,N-diethylaniline]. 

A, -I'-Methylenebisp-hydroxy -2 -naphthoic acid], 

o-Acetanisidide. 

p-Acetanisidide. 

N-(p-Anisyl)-p-phenylenediamine. 

o-(-;-Amino-2-anlsidino)benzenesulfonio acid, 

Anisidine. 

Anisole, 

Anisic acid. 

N-(p-Anisyl)-4-chloroanthranllic acid, potassium 

salt. 
6,9-Dichloro-2-methoxyacridine. 
2-p-Anisidino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 
o-Anisidinomethanesulfonic acid. 
5-Methyl-o-anisidine[NH2=l] . 
6-p-Toluidinometanilic acid. 
N-Methyl-5-sulfoanthranilio acid. 
o-Toluidine. 
N-Methylaniline. 

2-Methy 1-7-benz [de] anthracen-7-one. 
5-Amino-2-(i-amino-m-toluidino)benzenesulfonic acid, 
N,N'-Methylenebis[N-p-(5-chloro-o-anisylazo)phenyl- 

glycine], disodlum salt. 
N,N'-Methylenebis[<i-methylaminoantipyrine]. 
5,5'-Methylenebis[toluene-2,<i-diamine]. 
5-Ethyl-2-picoline. 
"i-Methylumbelliferone. 

p-ftrdroxy-m-nitrobenzoic acid, methyl ester, 
3-Methyl-l-(m-sulfophenyl)-5-pyrazolone, 



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Cosmon name 



Methylphenylpyrazolone-4-s>ilfonlc acid — 

2-Methylpiperldine 

Methylpyrldine 

2-Methylqulnollne 

Methyl^J-toluenesulfonate 

P-Methylumbelllferone 

Miehler's hydrol 

Mlchler's ketone — 



Mixed cresols, refined 

Monobromobenzene — 

Monochlorobenzene 

Naphthalene sodium sulfonates — 
Naphthalene-p-thioglycolic aeid- 

o-Naphthionic acid 

a-Naphthol- 



P -Naphthol 

l-Naphthol-8-chloro-3,6-dlsulfonio acid- 

2-Naphthol ethyl ether 

2-Naphtholthloindoxyl 

Naphthosulfoohlorlde- 



Naphthylaoetonitrile 

a-Naphthylamine 

1 -Naphthy lainine-3 , 6-d 1 sulfonic ac id 

l-Naphthylami ne-3 , 8-disulf onic acid 

l-Naphthylamlne-4,7-disulfonlc acid 

l-Naphthylamine-4,8-<llsulfonic acid — 



2 -Naphthy lamine -1, 5 -<3 i sulfonic ao id 

2-Naphthylamine-3,5-dlsulfonlc acid 

2 -Naphthy lamine -4 , 8-d 1 sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylamine-5,7-dlsulfonic acid 

2 -Naphthy lamine-6,8-dlsulf onic acid 

l-Naphthylamlne-2 -sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamine-3-sulfonlo acid 

1 -Naphthy lamine -4-sulf onic ao id -—- — • 

l-Naphthylamlne-5-sulfonic acid 

1 -Naphthy iRmine -6 -sulfonic ae id 

l-Naphthylamine-6(and 7) -sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamine-7 -sulfonic acid — 

l-NaphthylEmine-8-sulfonlo acid 

2 -Naphthy lamine -1 -sulfonic ac id 

2 -Naphthy lamine -5 -sulfonic ao id 

2-Naphthylamine-6-sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylamlne-8-sulfonlc acid 

l-Naphthylamine-3,6,8-trisulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylamine-3,6,8-trisulfonic acid 

1 -Naphthy Inml no -2 -carboxylio acid anthraquinone — — 

a -Naphthyl isocyanate 

Naphthy Imethanesulf onic acid 

P -Naphthyl thloglycollc acid 

Nevile and Winther's acid- 

3-Nitro-4-aminoanisole — 

'i-Nitro-2-amlnoanlsole 

5-Nitro-2-amiuoanisole — — __ __ 

6-Nitro-2-aminoanlsole 

o-Nitro-p-aminophenol 

p-Nltro-o-aminophenol 

5-Nltro-o-aminophenol 

'•-Nitro-2-aminophenol-6-sulfonio acid 

6-Nitro-2-aminophenol-4-sulfonlc acid 

A-Nitro-A' -amino -2 -sulfodipheny lamine 

5-Nitro-2 -amino toluene 

p-Nitroanlllne-o-sulfonic acid — 

m-Nitro-p-anisidine 

3-Nitro-p-anisidlne 

'l-Nitro-2-anisidine 

5-Nitro-2-anlsidine 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



2-Nitroanisole—i-sulfodiethylamlde 

9-Nitroanthra(l,9,';,10)bls(l,2,3)oxathiazine-2,7-bis- 
dioxlde, 

1-Ni troanthraquinone-2 -carboxylio ao id 

Nitrobenzene -2 . 5 -d isulf onic acid 

l-Nitrobenzene-4-sulfonic acid 

2-NitrobenzeneEulfonic acid 

3-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid ~ 

3 -Nl trobenzenesulf onyl chlorld e 

m-Nitrobenzoyl J acid 

p-Nitrobenzoyl J acid 

m-Ni trochlorobenzene 

o-Nitrochlorobenzene 

p-Ni trochlorobenzene 

2-Nitro-l-chlorobenzene-4-sulfobutylamide 



3-Methyl-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-5-pyrazolone. 

2-Plpecoline. 

Picoline. 

(^ilnaldine. 

p-Toluenesulfonio acid, methyl ester. 

4-Methylumbelllferone. 

"i,"*' -Blsfdimethylamino] benzhydrol. 

^,^' -Bis [dime thy laii^no]benzophenone. 

Cresylic acid, refined. 

Bromobenzene, 

Chlorobenzene (mono). 

Naphthalenesulfonic acids, sodium salt (mixed). 

2-Naphthylmercaptoacetic acid. 

l-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

1-Naphthol. 

2 -Naphthol. 

8-Chloro-l-naphthol-3,6-diBulfonlc acid. 

2 -Ethoxynaphthalene . 

P-( 2-Hydroxynaphthyl ) -3-thlanaphthenol. 

1-Naphthalenesulfonyl chloride. 

Naphthaleneacetonitrile. 

1 -Naphthy lamine . 

2-Naphthy lamine . 

5-Ainino-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

8-Amino-l,6-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

'i-Amino-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

'i-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

2-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

3-Amino-2,7-naphthalenedi sulfonic acid. 

3-Aroino-l, 5-naphthalenedisulf onic acid. 

6-Aiiino-l, 3-naphthalenedisulf onic acid. 

7-Amlno-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

l-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

■4-Amlno-2 -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

Naphthlonlc acid, 

5-Amino-l -naphthalenesulfonic acid, 

5-Amino-2 -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

5(and 8)-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

8-Amlno-2 -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-l -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

2-Amino-l -naphthalenesulfonic acid, 

6-Amlno-l -naphthalenesulfonic acid, 

6-Amlno-2 -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

7-Amlno-l -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-l, 3, 6-naphthalenetrlsulf onic acid. 

7-Amino -1 , 3 , 6-naphthalenetrisulf onic acid. 

l-( 1-Naphthylamino ) -2-anthraquinonecarboxylio acid. 

1-Naphthyl isocyanate. 

NaphthalenemethanesulSonic acid. 

2-Naphthylmercaptoaoetic acid. 

l-Naphthol-4_sulfonlc acid. 

2-Nitro-p-anisldlne. 

5-Nltro-o-anlsidine. 

"i -N 1 tro -o -ani s id Ine , 

3-Nltro-o-anisidine, 

4 -Amino -2 -ni tropheno 1 . 

2 -Amino -4 -nl trophenol . 

2 -Amino -5 -nl tropheno 1 , 

2-Amlno-A-nitro-l-phenol-6-sulfonlc acid. 

2-Amino-6-nltro-l-phenol-4. -sulfonic acid. 

2-(p-Aminoanllino)-5-ni trobenzenesulf onic acid. 

i-Nltro-o-toluidine. 

2-Amlno-5-ni trobenzenesulf onic acid. 

2-Nltro-p-anisldine, 

2-Nltro-p-anisidlne. 

5-Nltro-o-anlsidlne. 

i-Nitro-o-anisldine. 

N,N-Diethyl-3-nitro-p-anisolesulfonamide, 

-9-Nitroanthra[l,9H3e,'l,10-d'e'lbisri,2,3]oxathiazine- 

2,7-bisdioxide. 
l-Nitro-2-anthraqulnonecarboxyllc acid. 
2-Nitro-p-benzenedisulfonlc acid. 
p-Nltrobenzenesulfonic acid. 
o-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid, 
m-Nltrobenzenesulfonic acid. 
m-Nitrobenzenesulfonyl chloride. 
6-(m-Nitrobenzamldo)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
6-(p-Nitrobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
1 -Cliloro -3 -nl trobenzene . 
1-Chloro -2 -nitrobenzene. 
l-Chloro-4-nl trobenzene. 
N-Butyl-^-chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonamide. 



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Common name 



2-Nltro^-ohlorobenzene-^-sulfodiethylamide "i-Chloro-N.N-diethyl-S-nltrobenzenesulfonamide. 



o-Nltrochlorobenzene-p-sulfonio 
p-Nitroohlorobenzene-o-sulfonlc acid — 

3-Nitro-4-chlorobenzoylbenzolc acid 

'4-NItro-6-chloro-l,3-diraethoxybenzene— 

2-Nltro-4-chlorophenol 

2-Nitro-4-chlorophenol-6-sulfonlc acid 

m^itro-p-chlorotoluene 

o -Ni tro-p -chloro toluene 

p-Nitro-o-chloro toluene 

2-Nitro-4-chlorotoluene 

m-Nltro-p-cresol 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Nltrocresyl methyl ether 

Nltro-p-dichlorobenzene 

p-Nitrodiphenyl 

i-Nltro-2-dlphenylamine-suLfonic acid 

4-Nitrodiphenylamino-2 -sulfonic acid 

2-Nltrohydroquinone, diethyl ether- 



2-NitrohydroquinDne, dimethyl ether 

3-Nitro-4-hydroxy-l-phenylarsonic acid 

6-Nitro^Hnethoxy-3-amlno toluene 

2-Nitro-4-methoxy-5-(p-toluenesulfonamido)toluene- 

<i-Nltro-l-methylaniline 

l-Nitro-2-inethylanthraquinone 

2-Nitronaphthalene-4,8-dlsuli"onic acid 

7-Nitro-l, 5-naphthalenedieulfonic acid 

<4-Nitronaphthalio acid tolylimide 

3-Nitrophenylhydrazine 

l-Cm-Nitrophenyl)-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxylio acid — 

Nitropyrazoloneoarbo;ylic acid 



p-Nitrosodiethylaniline 

p-Nitrosodimethylanillne 

Nltroso-p-naphthol 

3-Nitro-5-stearoylamino-p-toluenesulfonic acid 

"i-Nitrotolueneanilide 

6-Nltro-3-(p-toluenesulfone)amino-4-methoxytoluene 

-i'-Nitro-p-toluenesulfone-o-toluide 

o-Nitrotoluenesulfonic acid - 

p-Nitrotoluene-o-sulfonic acid - 

m-Nltro-o-toluidine 

m-Nitro-p-toluidine 

p-Nitro-o-toluidlne 

3-Nitro^-toluidine 

4-Nltro-2-toluidine 

5-Nitro-2-toluidine 

Nltrotoluldine sulfone 

6^Jit^o-o-toluidine-4-sulfonic acid 

5-Nitro-l,2,'i -tr i chlorob enzene ■ 

Nitroviolanthrene 

p-Nitro-o-xylene 

'i-Nitro-1 , 3-xylene 

2-Nitro-l,<;-xylol 

"i-Nitro-l . 3-xylol 



Orthanilic acid 

Oxalyl-p-nitro aniline 

Oxalyl-m-phenylenediamlne 

Oxalyl-p-phenylenediamine 

Oxo-l,'4-pyran-2,6-dicarboxylic aoid- 

2-0xycarba2ole 

a-Oxynaphthoic acid 

P-Oxynaphthoic acid 



Pentaanthramide- 



Peri acid 

Phenethylmalonic acid, diethyl ether 

l^henylacetylcarbinol '- 

P -Phenylacry lophenone 

2-Phenylamine-5-naphthol-7 -sulfonic acid - 

2-Phenylamine-8-naphthol-6-sulfonic acid 

N-Phenylaniline 

Phenylarsonic acid 

Phenylbiphenyl 

Phenyl bromide 

l-Phenyl-3-carboxy-5-pyrazolone-4-sulfonie acid- 



Phenyldiethanolamlne 

m-Phenylenediaminedisulfonic acid- 

m-PhenylenediaminesuLfonic acid 

p-Phenylenediaminesulfonic acid 



4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid, 

2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid, 

o-('4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzoyl)benzoic acid, 

6-Chloro-l,3-dimethoxy-i-nltrobenzene. 

'i-Chloro-2-nitrophenol. 

4.-Chloro-2-nitro-l-phenol-6-sulfonic acid, 

•4 -Chloro-3-nitro toluene. 

<i-Chloro-2-nitro toluene. 

2-Chloro -4 -nltro toluene, 

'l-Chloro-2-nitro toluene. 

2-Nitro-p-cresol. 

4-Methyl-o-nitroanisole. 

l.-i-Dlchloro -2 -nitrobenzene. 

2-Nitrobiphenyl. 

"i-Nitrobiphenyl. 

2-Anilino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 

2-Anilino-5-nltrobenzenesulfonic acid. 

1 , '4-Diethoxy-2 -nl trobenzene . 

1,4-Dimethoxy -2 -nitrobenzene. 

'i-Hydroxy-3-nitro-l-benzenearsonic acid. 

"i-Methyl-S-nltro-o-aniSidine. 

N-( 5 -Methyl-i-nitro -o-anisyl ) -p-toluene sulfonamide. 

5-Nitro-o-toluidine. 

2 -Me thy 1 -1 -ni troanthraquinone . 

3 -^Jitro -1 , 5 -naphthalened isulf onic acid. 

3-Nitro-l,5-naphthalenedlsulfonic acid. 

<i-Nitro-N-tolylnaphthalimide. 
m-Nitrophenylhydrazine, 

l-(m-Nitrophenyl ) -5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylio 
acid, 

l-(m-Nltrophenyl ) -5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 
acid. 

N,N-Dlethyl-p-nitrosoaniline. 
N,N-Dlmethyl-p-nitrosoaniline. 

l-Nitroso-2-naphthol. 

3-Nitro-5-stearoylamido-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 

2-Methyl-5-nitrodiphenylamine. 

N-(5-Methyl^-nitro-o-anisyl)-p-toluene sulfonamide. 

N-('i-Nitro-o-tolyl)-p-toluenesulfonamide. 

3-Nitro-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 

5-Nitro-o-toluenesulfonic acid. 

■i-Nitro-o-toluidine. 

2-Nitro-p-toluidlne. 

5-Nitro-o-toluidine. 

2-Nitro-p-toluidine. 

5-Nltro-o-toluidine. 

'l-Nitro-o-toluidine. 

'i"-Nitro-p-toluenesulfono-o-toluide. 

3-Amino-5-nitro-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 

l,2,4-Trichloro-5-nitrobenzene. 

16-Nitroviolanthrone. 

i-Nitro-o-xylene, 

'i-Nitro-m-xylene. 

2-Nitro-p-xylene. 

'i-Nltro-m-xylene. 

o-Amindbenzenesulfonio acid. 
N,N'-Di(p-nitrophenyl)oxamide. 
M, N '-Di (m-aminophenyl )oxamide. 
N,N'-Di(p-aminophenyl)oxamide, 
Chelidonic acid. 
2-Hrdroxycarbazole. 
l-Hydroxy-2^iaphthoic acid. 
3-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid. 

l.'i.S.S-Tetraiisf l',l",l'",l""_anthraquinonyl- 
amino] anthr aqulnone . 

8-flmino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

Ethylphenylmalonic acid, diethyl ester. 

l-{^droxy-l-phenyl-2-propanone, 

Chalcone. 

6-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-suLfonio acid. 

7-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonio acid. 

Diphenylamine. 

Benzenearsonic acid. 

Terphenyl. 

Bromobenzene . 

5-0xo-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 
acid. 

2 , 2 '-( Phenyl imlno )diethanol. 

'♦,6-Diamino-m-benzenedisulfonic acid. 

2,'4-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid. 

2,5-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid. 



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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Phenylene nerol acid 

Phenylethanolamlne 

Phenylethylmalonio ester- 
Phenyl gamma aoid- 

PhenyLhydrazlne-p-sulfonic acid 

Phenylhydrazine-2 -sulfonic acid 

PhenyLhydrazlne-3-suIfonlc acid-- — — — - — 

N-Phenyl-N'-(p -hydroxyethyl) thiourea 

Phenyl Isocyanate — ■ ■ — — — 

Phenyl J acid ——_____ -_- __-_ — _ 

Phenylmalonlc ester 



Phenylmethanesulfonlc acid 

N-Phenyl-l-naphthylamine-8-suIfonic acid 

a-Phenyl-p -(^-oxophenyl)proplonlc acid 

N-Phenjl-p-phenylenedlaminesulfonic acid 

l-Phenyl-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxylic acid, ethyl ester- 

Phenyl silicon chloride -— 

l-Phenyl-4-sulfo-5-pyTazolone-3-carboxylio acid 



Phthalyl chloride 

Piperidinopropyl alcohol 

Polychlorodiphenyl — - — -~ 

Potassium-3-chloro-6-carboxy-3-methoxydlphenylamine- 



n-Propyl p-nltrobenzoate- 

Pyrazo Ian throne 

Pyraeolone G' 

Pyrazolone T 



ftllnofiithalone 



2R acid 

Red KB base 

Rhoduline aeid- 



S acid 

2S(SS) acid 

Schaeffer's acid 

Silver salt 

Sodium oarbolate 

Sodium naphthionate 

Sodium phenate 

Sodium -o-phenylphenolate 

Sodium tetraohlorophenolate- 

Sodium trichlorophenolate 

Sulfo BB acid 

o -6ulf obenzaldehyde — — 



l-Sulfo-5-nltroanthraquinone 

Sulf ophenylme thy Ipyrazo lone 

l-(p-Sulfophenyl)-5-pyrazolone-3-Garboxylic aold- 



Tetraaminod 1 to lylme thane - 
Tetrachloroqulnone - 



Tetraethyldlaminobenzhydrol 

Tetraethyldlamlnobenzophenone 

Tetraethyldiajnlnodlphenylmethane— 

Tetraethyldlamlnotriphenylmethane 

Tetramethyldiaminoacridine hydrochloride 

Tetramethyldiaminobenzophenone 

Tetramethyldiaminobenzoylhydrol 

Tetrame thy Id iamlnodlphenylme thane 

Tetramethyldiaminodiphenylmethanesulfonlo acid and 
salt. 

Tetramethyldiamlnotrlphenylmethane 

Thloaniline 

Thloanilinedisulfonic acid 

p,p'-Thlobi3(4-amino-o-benzene3ulfonic acid) 

Thiosalicyllo acid ,- 

Tolazine base 



o-Tolidlnedlsulfonlc acid 

a -To luamld e 



p-Toluenesulfochloride 

4-Toluene sulf onamido-1-aminoanthraquinone sulfonic 
acid. 

4-Tolule ac id 

a-Toluic acid 

4-Toluidine-2-3ulfanilide 

m-To luld ine -o -sulfonic acid 



5-(p-AminoanllIno)metanilio acid, 

2-Anllinoethanol, 

Ethylphenylma Ionic acid, diethyl ester. 

7-Anlllno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

p-Hydrazlnobenzenesulfonic acid, 

o-Hydrkl2inobenzenesulfonic acid. 

m-Hydrazinobenzenesulfonlc acid. 

l-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-3-phenyl -2 -thiourea. 

Isocyanlc acid, phenyl ester. 

5-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid, 

Phenylmalonlc acid, diethyl ester. 

a-Toluenesulfonlc acid. 

S-Anllino-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

P -(p-Hydroxyphenyl)-5c-phenylpropionic acid. 

8-Ar.illno-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

5-Amino-2j«nilinobenzenesulfonic acid. 

5-0x0-1 -phenyl-2-pyrazollne-3-carboxylic acid, ethyl 

ester. 
Trichlorophenylsllane. 
5-Oxo-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyTazollne-3-carboxylio 

acid. 
Phthaloyl chloride. 
1-Piperldinepropanol. 
Polychloroblphenyl. 
2-(m-Anisyl)-4-ohloroanthranilio acid, potassium 

salt. 
p-Nltrobenzoic acid, n-propyl ester. 
AnthraLl,9jpyrazol-6(2)-cne. 
3-Methyl-l-(p-sulJrophenyl)-5-pyrazolone. 
5-0xo-l-(p-sull"ophenyl)-2-pyrazollne-3-carboxylic 

acid. 

2, 2"^ -( 1, 3-Indandione )quinoline. 

2-Naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonlc acid. 
7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, 
4-Chloro -o -toluld ine , 
6,6"-Iminobis[ l-naphthol-3-suironic acid] . 

8 -Amino -1-naphthol -5 -sulfonic acid. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid. 
2-Naphthol-6-sulfonlc acid. 
2-Anthraquinonesuli"onic acid, sodium salt. 
Phenol, sodium salt. 
Naphthionic acid, sodium salt. 
Phenol, sodium salt. 
o-Phenylphenol, sodium salt. 
2,3,'4,6-Tetrachlorophenol, sodium salt. 
2,'i,5-Trlchlorophenol, sodium salt. 
i-Sulfo-o-benzoylbenzoio acid. 
o-Formylbenzenesulfonic acid. 
5 -Nitro -1 -anthraqulnonesulf onic acid. 
3-Methyl-l-p-sulfophenyl-5-pyrazolone. 
5-0xo-l-(p-sulf ophenyl ) -2-pyTazollne-3-carboxyllo 
acid, 

5,5' -Methylenebis[toluene-2, '♦-diamine] . 

Chloranil. 

i,^ -Bisrdiethylaminojbenzhydrol, 

'i,4.'-Bis[diethylamino]benzophenone. 

p,p'-Methylenebis[N,N-diethylanillne] . 

p,p' -6enzylidenebis[N,N-diethylanillne] . 

2,7-Bls[dlmethylamino] acridine hydrochloride. 

'i,<i''-Bis[dlmethylamino]benzophenone. 

'^,■4' -Bis[dimethylamino]benzhydrol. 

p,p'-Methylenebis[N,N-dimethylanlline] . 

Bisfp-dimethylaminophenyl]methanesulfonio acid and 

salt. 
p,p' -Benzylidinebisf N,N-diinethylanlline] . 
p,p' -Thlodianiline. 
6,6'-Thlodlinetanlllc aold. 
6,6'-Thiodimetanlllo acid. 
o-Mercaptobenzolc acid. 
2-Amlno-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
3 -Amino-6 -hydroxy -2 -methylphenazine . 
2,2' -Diamlno-5,5'-bi-m-toluenesulfonic acid. 
a-Phenylacetamide. 
p-Toluenesulfonyl chloride. 
l-Amlno-4-(p-toluenesulfonamido)-2-anthraquinone- 

sulfonic acid. 
p-Toluic acid. 
Phenylacetic acid. 
o-AminobenzenesuLfon-p-toluide. 
i-Amino-o-toluenesulfonic acid. 



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Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonyntous names --Continued 



Conmion name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



m-Toluldine-p-sulfonlo acid 

o-Toluldlne-m-sulfonio acid •— - 

o-Toluldine -omega -sulfonic acid 

p-Toluldine-m-sulfonlc acid 

p-Toluldlne-o-sulfonlc acid 

p-Toluldlne-o-sulfonlc acid, Isopropyl ester- 

3-Toluldlne-6-Bulfonlc acid — 

a-Tolunltrile '— 

-V-Tolunltrlle 

p-Tolyl-o-benzolc acid 

o-Tolylcarblnol ___— _ 

p-m-Tolylenedlamlne 

A-m-Tolylenedlamlne ~ 

5-m-Tolylenediamine 

m-Tolylenedlaminesulfonlc acid — 

Tolyl perl acid 

2 , 4, 6-Trlamlnobenzene trihydrochlorlde 

a.^je-Triamlnotoluene trihydrochlorlde 

Trianthraqulnonyldl-lmlde 

1,4-Trlanthrimide 

1 , 2 , 'i-Tr thy droxyanthraqulnone 

1,2,6 -Tr Ihydroxyanthraqulnone 

1,3,5-Trlmethylbenzene 

2,'i,6-Trlmethylpyrldlne 

Trlnitrophenol 

2,4, 6-'rrlni troresorc in — - 

1,2,'i-Trloxyanthraquinone 

Trlphenyl silicon chloride 



3,3 '-Ureyleneaniline- 
Vlnylbenzene 



2,'i-Xylenesulfonanilide- 

m-Xylidine acetate 

m-Xylidinesulfonic acid- 
Xylyl chloride 



2-Amino-p-toluenesulfonlo acid. 

4-Amlno-m-toluenesulfonlc acid, 

Q-Toluidlnomethanesulfonic acid. 

6-Amlno-m-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

5-Amino-o-tolueneBulfonlc acid. 

5-Amino-o-toluenesulfonlc acid, Isopropyl ester. 

4-Amlno-o-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

Phenylacetonltrlle. 

p-Tolunitrlle. 

o-(p-Tolyl)benzolc acid. 

2-Methylbenzyl alcohol, 

Toluene-2, 5-diamlne. 

Toluene-2,4-dlamine. 

Toluene-3,5-diamine. 

2,'4-Dlamlno-m-toluenesulfonlo acid, 

8-(p-Toluldino)-l-naphthalenesulfonlo aold. 

1,3,5-Benzenetrlamine trihydrochlorlde, 

2,4,6-Toluenetriamine trihydrochlorlde, 

l,'i-Bls[l-anthraquinonylamlno]anthraqulnone. 

1 , <i-Bis[ 1 -anthraquinonylamlno] anthraquinone. 

Purpurin. 

Flavopurpurln. 

Mesltylene, 

s-Collldine, 

Picric acid. 

Styphnlc acid. 

1 , 2 , A-Tr ihydroxyanthraqulnone . 

Chlorotrlphenylsllane, 

l,3^l(m-aminophenyl)urea. 

Styrene. 

p-Toluenesulfono-o-toluldide. 
2,4-Xylidlne acetate. 
2-Amino-3, 5-xylenesulf onic acid. 
4-Chloro-m-jcy lene . 



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D. Production and Sales of Cellulose Plastics 

Cellulose plastics are derived from cellulose acetate, cellulose 
propionate, cellulose butyrate and mixtures of cellulose esters, 
and from cellulose nitrate and ethyl cellulose. The most important 
applications of cellulose plastics are in the manufacture of molded 
and extruded articles and accessories, such as umbrella handles, 
toys, buckles and decorative products, fittings for household and 
automotive equipment, and in packaging. The statistics given in 
table 30 were compiled from the Tariff Commission's monthly re- 
ports on the production and sales of synthetic plastics and resin 
materials . 

Production of cellulose plastics as a group in 1955 amounted to 
145 million pounds--18 percent more than the 123 million pounds 
reported for 1954. Sales in 1955 were 142 million pounds, com- 
pared with 121 million pounds in 1954. In volume of production, 
cellulose acetate and mixed ester plastics continued to be the most 
important of the cellulose group. Production of these plastics in 
1955 amounted to 131 million pounds, compared with 112 million 
pounds in 1954. The output of cellulose nitrate plastics in 1955 was 
4.9 million pounds, compared with 5.3 million pounds in 1954. 



TABLE 3D.— Cellule 



plast ics: United States product i 
[ In thousands of pounds ] 



and sales, 1955 



Production Sales 



Cellulose plastics,"'" total- 



144,756 



141,902 



Cellulose acetate and mixed esters, total- 
Sheets, under 0.003 gage 

Sheets, 0.003 gage and over 

All other sheets, rods, and "tubes 

Molding and extrusion materials 

Nitrocellulose sheets, rods, and tubes 

Other cellulose plastics^ 



134,018 
18,801 
15,855 
7,646 
91,716 
4,869 
5,869 



131,371 
18,918 
15,105 
7,227 
90,121 
5,100 
5,431 



Includes weight of fillers, plastioizers, and extenders. 
^ Includes data for sheets, rods, and tubes, and molding and extrusion materials derived from ethyl cellu- 
lose and other cellulosic materials. 



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REPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION ON THE 
OPERATION OF THE TRADE AGREEMENTS PROGRAM 



Operation of the Trade Agreements Program, June 1934 to April 1948, Rept. 
No. 160, 2d ser., 1949: 
Part I. Summary, 20^ 

Part II. History of the Trade Agreements Program, 25^^ 
Part III. Trade-Agreement Concessions Granted by the United States, 35^ 
Part IV. Trade-Agreement Concessions Obtained by the United States, 25^ 
Part V. EflFects of the Trade Agreements Program on United States 
Trade, 15^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Second Report, April 1948— 
March 1949, Rept. No. 163, 2d ser., 1950, 25^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Third Report, April 1949— 
June 1950, Rept. No. 172, 2d ser., 1951, 45^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Fourth Report, July 1950— 
June 1951, Rept. No. 174, 2d ser., 1952, 40^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Fifth Report, July 1951— 
June 1952, Rept. No. 191, 2d ser., 1954, 55^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Sixth Report, July 1952— 
June 1953, Rept. No. 193, 2d ser., 1954, 50^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Seventh Report, July 1953— 
June 1954, Rept. No. 195, 2d ser., 1955, 60^ 

Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Eighth Report, July 1954— 
June 1955, Rept. No. 197, 2d ser., 1956, 55^ 



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