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SY N T HEX I C 
O R G A N I C_C H E MIC A L S 

United States Production 
and Sales, 1958 



[GPO CI. No. 
TC 1.9: 205] 



Report No. 205 
Second Series 





Superintendent of Documents 

DEPOSITORY 



RECENT REPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION ON SYNTHETIC 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

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

1954), 550 
Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1954 (Rept. No. 196, 2d ser., 

1955), 600 
*Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1955 (Rept. No. 198, 2d ser., 

1956) 
Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1956 (Rept. No. 200, 2d ser., 

1957), 650 
Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States Production and Sales, 1957 (Rept. No. 203, 2d ser., 

1958), 600 



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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



SYNTHETIC 
ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

United States Production 
and Sales, 1958 



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 : 1959 



Report No. 205 • Sec on<l Series 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

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Walter R. Schreiber 

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CONTENTS 



Introduction- 
Summary 



Page 



PART I. PRODUCTION AND SALES OF TARS, TAR CRUDES, AND CRUDES 
DERIVED FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 

Tars - 1 

Tar crudes 2 

Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 4 

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



G ene ral 7 

C yclic intermediate s 10 

Dyes 15 

Toners and lakes 24 

Medic inals 29 

Flavor and perfume materials 33 

Plastics and resin materials 35 

Rubber-processing chemicals 39 

Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) ■*! 

Plastic izers ^2 

Surface-active agents ^3 

Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals 47 

Miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals 48 

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

Tar crudes 55 

Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 56 

Cyclic intermediates 58 

Dyes ''^ 

Toners and lakes 9o 

Medicinals 101 

Flavor and perfume materials 11^ 

Plastics and resin materials 11° 

Rubber-processing chemicals 120 

Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) 123 

Plastic izers 123 

Surface-active agents 125 

Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals 132 

Miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals 136 

Directory of manufacturers 156 

APPENDIXES 

A. U. S. imports of coal-tar intermediates and finished coal-tar products 175 

B. Research workers and research expenditures in the synthetic organic chemical 

indu str y 1'' 

C. Glossary of synonymous names of cyclic intermediates * 177 

D. Cross-reference list of Colour Index and common names of toners and lakes 195 



iii 



Introduction 

This is the forty-second annual report of the U.S. Tariff Commission on the domestic 
production and sales of synthetic organic chemicals and the raw nnaterials from which they are 
made. The report presents statistics for 1958 on production and sales of crude organic chem- 
icals derived from coal, natural gas, and petroleum; of intermediates; and of finished synthetic 
organic chemical products. The finished products are grouped according to their principal use-- 
dyes, toners and lakes, medicinals, flavor and perfume materials, plastics and resin materials, 
rubber-processing chemicals, elastomers, plasticizers, surface -active agents, pesticides and 
other organic agricultural chemicals, and miscellaneous chemicals. The use classifications of 
finished synthetic organic chemicals are obtained principally from the manufacturers' annual 
reports to the Tariff Commission; other sources include trade associations, the chemical litera- 
ture, chemical dictionaries, encyclopedias, and consultants in the chemical industry. With a 
few exceptions, the report does not cover organic chemicals (such as wood-distillation products, 
essential oils, and naval stores) that are derived from natural (vegetable) sources by simple 
extraction or distillation. The Commission has compiled the statistics presented in this report 
from information supplied by the 677 primary manufacturers listed in part III. 

This report incorporates a number of changes resulting from suggestions made by the Com- 
mittee on Chemicals of the Advisory Council on Federal Reports. The most important of these 
changes are the enlarged type and format of the report, certain revisions in the basiic definitions 
of production and sales, adoption of the new Colour Index classification and terminology for dyes 
and toners and lakes, and elimination of experimental or insignificant items. The report in- 
cludes data on only those individual chemicals for which the volume of production or sales in 
1958 exceeded 1,000 pounds or for which the value of sales exceeded $1,000. 

The raw materials referred to in this report are obtained from coal, crude petroleum, 
natural gas, and certain other natural materials, such as vegetable oils, fats, rosin, and 
grains. Crude organic chemicals are derived from coal by thermal decomposition, from petro- 
leum and natural gas by catalytic cracking and by distillation or absorption, and from other 
natural sources by fermentation. Production 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. Intermediates 
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 output of the reporting com- 
panies' plants, i.e., the materials produced for consumption within the plants, as well as those 
produced for sale. The quantities reported as produced, therefore, generally exceed the quan- 
tities reported as sold. Some of these differences, however, are due to changes in inventories. 
As specified in the reporting instructions that the Commission sends to manufacturers, and as 
used in this report, production and sales (unless otherwise specifically indicated) are defined as 
follows: 

Production is the total quantity of a commodity made available hy ori^nal manufacture only. It is 
the sum (expressed in terms of 100-percent active ingredient unless otherwise specified) of the 
quantities of a commodity- - 

(1) Produced, separated, and consumed in the same plant or establishment (a com- 

modity is considered to be separated when it is isolated from the reaction systenn 
and/or when it is weighed, analyzed, or otherwise measured). Byproducts and 
coproducts not classified as waste materials are also included; 

(2) Produced and transferred to other plants or establishments of the same firm; 

(3) Produced and sold to other firms (including production for others under toll agree- 

ments' ) ; and 

(4) Produced and held in stock. 

Production excludes-- 

(X) Purification of a commodity unless specifically requested; 

(2) Intermediate products that are formed in the manufacturing process but are not 

isolated from the reaction system- -that is, not weighed, analyzed, or otherwise 

measured; and 



* A toll agreement is an agreement between two firms, under which one firm furnishes the raw materials and pays the processing costs 
and the other firm prepares the finished product and returns it to the first firm. 



vi INTRODUCTION 

(3) Materials that are used in the process but are recovered for reuse or sale, and 
waste products that have no economic significance. 

Sales are defined as actual sales of commodities hy original manufacturers only. Sales include-- 

(1) Shipments of commodities for domestic use and for export, or segregation in a 

warehouse when title has passed to the purchaser in a bona fide sale; 

(2) Shipments of a commodity produced by others under toll agreements; and 

(3) Shipments to subsidiary or affiliated companies. 

Sales exclude -- 

(1) All intracompany transfers within a corporate entity; 

(2) All sales of purchased commodities; and 

(3) All shipments of a commodity produced for others under toll agreements. 

The value of a sale is the net selling value, f. o. b. plant or warehouse, or delivered value, 
whichever represents the normal industry practice. 

Data on the chemicals covered in this report usually are given in terms of undiluted mate- 
rials. Products that assay 95 percent pure or more are considered to be 100 percent pure. The 
principal exceptions are the statistics on dyes and a few solvents, which are reported in terms 
of commercial concentrations; the statistics on certain plastics and resins, which are reported 
on a dry basis; and the data on sales of antibiotics, which are reported on the basis of specific 
conditions mentioned in the section on medicinals. The report specifically notes those products 
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. 

In this report, statistics are presented in as great detail as is possible without revealing 
the operations of individual producers. Statistics for an individual chemical or group of chem- 
icals are not given if there are fewer than three producers. Moreover, even when there are 
three or more producers, statistics are not given if there is any possibility that their publica- 
tion would violate the statutory provisions relating to unlawful disclosure of infornnation 
accepted in confidence by the Commission.' 

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, U.S. Bureau of Mines, by coke-oven operators; and data furnished to the 
American Gas Association by producers of water-gas tar and oil-gas tar. 

Statistics on U.S. imports in 1958 of coal-tar intermediates and finished coal-tar products 
that entered under paragraphs 27 and 28 of the Tariff Act of 1930 are given in appendix A. 
Appendix B includes a table that shows the number of technically trained research workers in 
the synthetic organic chemical industry and the cost of research in the industry. Appendix C is 
a glossary of the common, or trivial, names of coal-tar intermediates usually encountered in 
the trade, together with their equivalent standard (or Chemical Abstracts) names. Appendix D is a 
cross-reference list of the Colour Index and common names of toners and lakes. 



»Sec. 4(a), Federal Reports Act of 1942 (56 Stat. 1079, 5 U. S. C. 139b) and sec. 1, Public Law 685. 80th Cong. , 2d sess. (62 Stat. 
791, 18 U. S. C. 1905). 



Summary 

Combined production of all synthetic organic chemicals and their raw materials in 1958 was 
83,994 million pounds--1.0 percent less than the output in 1957 (see table 1). Sales in 1958, 
which totaled 45, 527 million pounds, valued at $6, 028 million, were 0. 3 percent larger than in 
1957 in terms of quantity and 0. 8 percent smaller in terms of value. As these figures include 
data on production and sales of chemicals at several successive steps in the manufacturing 
process, they necessarily involve much duplication. 

In 1958, production of all synthetic organic chemicals (excluding their raw materials) 
totaled 43, 246 million pounds- -virtually the same as in 1957. The output of surface -active 
agents (1, 355 million pounds) was 12.4 percent larger in 1958 than in 1957; that of pesticides 
(539 million pounds) was 5. 4 percent larger; that of plastics and resin materials (4, 518 million 
pounds) was 4. 1 percent larger; that of medicinals (101 million pounds) was 2. 7 percent larger; 
and that of miscellaneous chemicals (27, 082 million pounds) was 0. 5 percent larger. On the 
other hand, the output of all the remaining groups of products was smaller in 1958 than in 1957. 
Production of rubber-processing chemicals (169 million pounds) was 9. 1 percent smaller; that 
of elastomers (2, 202 million pounds) was 6. 5 percent smaller; that of toners and lakes (35 
million pounds) was 6. 3 percent smaller; and that of plasticizers (418 million pounds) was 5. 5 
percent smaller. 



TABLE 1. --Synthetic organic chemicals and their raw materials: U.S. production and sales, 1957 and 1958 



Production 



Increase 
or 

decrease 
(-), 
1958 
over 
1957^ 



Quantity 



Increase, 

or 
decrease 

(-), 

1958 

over 

1957^ 



Increase, 

or 
decrease 

(-), 
1958 
over 

1957^ 



Grand total^ 

Tar 

Tar crudes^ 

Crude products from petroleum 
and natural gas 

Synthetic organic chemicals, total 

Intermediates 

Dyes 

Toners and lakes 

Ifedicinals 

Flavor and perfume ma-terials 

Plastics and resin materials 

Rubber-processing chemicals 

Elastomers (synthetic rubbers J-- 

Plasticizers 

Surface-active agents 

Pesticides and other organic 

agricultural chemicals 

Miscellaneous chemicals 



Million 
pounds 
84,8A7 



83,994 



A5,375 



Million 
pounds 

45,527 



Ml i! ion 
dollars 

6,077 



Million 
dollars 

6,028 



9,156 
U,361 



18,094 
43,236 



6,979 
12,866 



20,903 
43,246 



-23.8 
-10.4 



15.5 



4,720 
8,629 



10,330 
21,696 



3,738 

7,371 



11,904 
22,014 



15.2 
1.5 



376 
5,367 



380 
5,366 



6,927 

143 

38 

99 

45 

4,340 

186 

2,354 

442 

1,206 

512 
26,94^ 



6,643 

140 
35 

101 

44 

4,518 

169 
2,202 

418 
1,355 

539 
27,082 



-6.3 
2.7 
-4.1 



-5.5 
12.4 



2,600 

127 

30 

80 

42 

3,789 

132 

2,099 

363 

1,123 

433 
10,878 



2,646 

139 

28 

81 

40 

4,057 

123 

2,008 

356 

1,202 

467 
10,867 



9.7 
-6.2 

1.8 
-5.7 

7.1 
-6.9 
-4.4 
-1.9 



7.7 
-.1 



451 
164 

57 
576 

58 
1,234 

85 
577 
114 
217 

178 
1,656 



439 
178 

53 
555 

52 
1,275 

80 
544 
111 
235 

196 
1,648 



-18.5 
-14.9 



1.0 



-6.1 
-3.7 
-10.8 
3.3 
-5.6 
-5.7 
-2.3 
8.6 



Percentages calculated from figures rounded to thousands. 

This total Involves much duplication. 

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

Less than 0.05 percent inci-ease. 

Less than 0.05 percent decrease. 



VII 



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 byproduct of the manufacture of coke; 
water-gas tar and oil-gas tar are produced 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 industrial and household use. Water-gas and oil-gas 
tars have properties intermediate between those of petroleum asphalts and coal tars. Petroleum 
asphalts are not usually considered to be raw materials for chemicals. 

The quantity of tar produced in the United States from all sources in 19f8 was 698 million 
gallons, or 23. 8 percent less than the 916 million gallons produced in 1957. Of the total quantity 
produced in 1958, 669 million gallons was coal tar and 29 million gallons was water-gas and oil- 
gas tar (see table 2). 

TABLE 2.-- Tar\ U.S. production and consumption, 1957 and 1958 

[in thousands of gallons] 



PRODUCTION 
Total - --- 

Water-gas and oil-gas tar'' 

Coal tar from coke-oven byproduct plants,^ total 

Plants not owned by city gas compaiues 

Plants ovmed by city gas companies (public utilities) 

CONSUMPTION 
Total 

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 upkeep 

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' 



915,57"; 



697,856 



A2,100 
873,47-; 



28,540 
669.316 



864,822 
8,652 



873,999 



663,228 
6,088 



683,689 



673,622 



44,775 
258,365 
370,482 

172,893 



555,339 



18,561 
228,044 
308,734 

99,703 



172,893 
27,484 



99,703 
28,647 



3,281 



24,203 



3,786 



24,861 



^ Reported to the American Gas Association. 
^ Reported to the U.S. Bureau of Mines. 
' Reported to the U.S. Tariff Commission. 

* Represents tar purchased from companies operating coke ovens and gas-retort plants and distilled by comj iniet 
operating tar-distillation plants. 

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



Total consumption of tar in 1958 amounted to 684 million gallons, of which 555 million 
gallons was consumed by distillation, 100 million gallons as fuel, and 29 million gallons in 
miscellaneous uses. 



2 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

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 tar crudes are benzene, toluene, xylene, naphthalene, and 
creosote oil. Some of the products produced from coal tar are identical with those produced 
from petroleum and natural gas. Data for materials derived from these latter sources are, for 
the most part, included in or with the statistics for materials derived from coal tar, which are 
shown in tables 3 and 4 A.' 

Total domestic production of industrial and specification grades of benzene in 1958 amounted 
to Z87 million gaUons--13.4 percent less than the 332 million gallons reported for 1957. These 
totals include data for benzene produced from domestic tars, from imported and domestic crude 
light oil, from domestic petroleum, and from imported motor-grade benzene. Sales of benzene 
in 1958 amounted to 243 million gallons, valued at $79 million, compared with 277 million 
gallons, valued at $98 million, in 1957. The output of toluene from all sources (including mate- 
rial produced for use in blending in aviation fuel) amounted to 240 million gallons --21. 3 percent 
more than the 198 million gallons reported for 1957. Sales of toluene in 1958 were 137 million 
gallons, valued at $29 million, compared with 130 million gallons, valued at $33 million, in 
1957. The output of xylene in 1958 (including that produced for blending in motor fuels) was 200 
million gallons, compared with 127 million gallons in 1957. More than 90 percent of the xylene 
produced in 1958 was obtained from petroleum sources. 

TABLE 3. —Tar and tar crudes: Summary of U.S. production and sales of specified products, average 1953-57, 

annual 1957 and 1958^ 



Tar: Production^- 

Benzene : 

Production 

Sales 

Value of sales- 

Toluene : 

Production 

Sales 

Value of sales- 

Xj'lene : 

Production 

Sales 

Value of sales- 

Naphthalene : 

Production 

Sales 

Value of sales 

Creosote oil: 

Produc tion 

Sales 

Value of sales 



Unit 

of 

quantity 



1,000 gal- 

gal- 
gal- 
dol- 



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- 
dol- 



Ib— 
dol- 

gal- 
gal- 
dol- 



Average 
1953-57 



875,499 

301,034 
252,077 
95,408 

174,417 
131,974 
36,770 

119,018 
75,594 
20,137 

401,379 

265,579 

15,422 

130,493 
123,100 
24,636 



915,574 

331,548 

276,504 

97,982 

197,559 
129,989 
33,223 

L27,208 
83,014 
22,536 

420,267 

275,950 

17,490 

127,368 
119,345 
24,728 



697,856 

267,170 

243,308 

79,322 

239,595 

136,570 
29,085 

200,498 
95,113 
23,136 

345,085 

212,645 

13,528 

112,346 
111,669 
20,565 



IncreaBe, or 
decrease (-) 



1958 
over 1953-57 



-,.6 

-3.5 

-16.9 

37.4 

3.5 

-20.9 

68.5 
25.8 
15.1 

-U.O 
-19.9 
-12.3 

-13.9 
-9.3 
-16.5 



1958 
over 1957 



-13.4 
-12.0 
-19.0 

21.2 

5.1 

-12.5 

57.6 
14.6 
2.9 

-17.9 
-22.9 

-22.7 

-11.8 
-6.4 
-16.8 



■"■ For details concerning statistics on tar crudes shown in this table, see table 4A. 

^ Includes data for oil-gas, water-gas, and gas-retort tar reported to the American Gas Association, and for coal 
tar reported to the Division of Bituminous Coal, U.S. Bureau of Mines. 
^ Includes data for material produced for use in blending motor fuels. 



Production of crude naphthalene in 1958 amounted to 345 million pounds, compared with 420 
million pounds in 1957. Sales of naphthalene in 1958 were 213 million pounds, valued at $14 mil- 
lion, compared with 276 million pounds, valued at $17 million, in 1957. In 1958 the output of 
creosote oil, used principally in wood preserving, was 112 million gallons, compared with 127 
million gallons in 1957. Production of road tar in 1958 was 69 million gallons, compared with 95 
inillion gallons in 1957. 

Some of the products included in the statistics in table 4A are derived from other products, 
data for which are also included in the table. The statistics, therefore, involve considerable 



'See also tabic 4B, pt. HI, which li::ts tiiese products and identifies the manufacturers. 



TAR CRUDES 3 

TABLE 4A, — Organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of tar crudes, 1958 

[Listed below are all tar crudes for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. Table 4B in pt. 
Ill lists separately all products for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufac- 
turers reporting to the U.S. Tariff Connnission] 



Unit of 
quantity 



Quantity 



Crude light oil 

Intermediate light oil: Cote-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 

All other light-oil distillates, total 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators ' 

Pyridine crude bases (dry basis) 

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

(tar distillers and coke-oven operators)* 

Crude tar-acid oils: 

Tar distillers 

Coke-oven operators 

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

Creosote oil (Dead oil) (tar distillers and coke-oven 

operators) , total' 

Distillate as such (100^ creosote basis) 

Creosote in coal-tar solution (1005t solution basis)-- 
Creosote content of solution (lOC^ creosote basis)- 

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 061-24) 

Hard (water softening point above 160° F.) 

Pitch of tar coke and pitch emulsion 



1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
l,uOO gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 

1,000 lb— 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 

1,000 lb— 



1,000. gal - 



219,271 
3,420 

287,170 

26,781 

118,280 

142,109 

239,595 

4,156 

28,072 

207,367 

200,498 

582 

8,408 

191,508 

16,064 

11,645 

4,419 

8,318 

2,275 

6,043 

1,034 

345,085 



22,059 
5,137 

112,346 



3,477 

243,303 

17,000 

118,740 

107,568 

136,570 

2,821 

28,568 

105,181 

95,113 

472 

8,266 

8t,375 

15,637 

11,374 

4,263 

5,719 

2,268 

3,451 

266 

212,645 

497 
22,632 



111,669 



1,000 
dollars 

652 

79,322 

7,525 

36,985 

34,812 

29,085 

783 

6,310 

21,992 

23,186 

171 

2,403 

20,612 

3,624 

2,475 

1,149 

1,049 

527 

522 

315 

13,528 

219 
5,465 



20,565 



1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 -.gal - 

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



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



89,530 
22,816 
15,728 

24,801 
69,376 
29,334 



978 
612 

29 



88,744 
22,925 
15,243 

17,977 
74,697 
22,056 



518 

406 

29 



16,571 
3,994 



2,747 
13,445 
4,813 



21,307 

16,545 

1,168 



.32 

.21 
.28 
.22 
.21 
.24 
.36 
.29 
.24 
.23 
.22 
.27 
.18 
.23 
.15 
1.18 

.06 



.15 
.18 
.22 



41.13 
40.75 
40.28 



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

^ Includes data for benzene produced from imported crude light oil. 

■' Includes data for material produced for use in blending motor fuels. 

* Statistics represent combined data for the 3 commercial grades of naphthalene to avoid disclosure of individual 
company operations. Owing to conversion bet-</een grades, the figures may include some duplication. 

' Statistics include data for only creosote oil sold for, or used in, wood preserving. 

^ Includes data for shingle-stain oil and neutral oils produced by tar distillers, and for crude sodium phenolate 
produced by coke-oven operators. 

' Includes data for tar used for paint, pipe covering, saturating, and other uses. 

Note. — Statistics for materials produced in coke and gas-retort ovens are compiled by the Division of Bituminous 
Coal, U.S. Bureau of KSines. Statistics for materials produced in tar and petroleum refineries are compiled by the 
U.S. Tariff Cummission. 



h SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

duplication, and for this reason no group totals or grand totals are given. After duplication has 
been eliminated insofar as possible, it is estimated that the net value of production of these 
products and of tar burned as fuel was $343 million in 1958, compared with $403 million in 
1957, and $392 million in 1956. 

Crude Products From Petroleum and Natural Gas for Chemical Conversion 

Crude products that are derived from petroleum and natural gas are related to the inter- 
mediates 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 intermediates and finished products. 
Many of the crude products derived 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 some production and sales 
are reported at successive stages in the conversion processes (see table 5A* ). Notwithstanding 
these duplications, the statistics are sufficiently accurate to indicate trends in the industry and 
to serve as a basis for general comparison. 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 on prevailing economic conditions. In this report, every effort has 
been made to exclude data on materials that are used as fuels. However, data are included on 
toluene and xylene which are not used directly as fuel but in blending aviation and motor -grade 
gasolines. 



TABLE 5A. 



■ Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of crude products from petroleum and 
natural gas for chemical conversion, 1958 



[Listed below are the crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 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 5B in pt. Ill lists separately all products from 
petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which data on production or sales were reported and identi- 
fies the manufacturer of each] 



Production 



Quantity 



Value Unit value-"- 



Grand total 

ARQMATICS AND NAPHTHENES^ 
Total 

Alkyl aromatics, distillates, an'd solvents — 

Benzene (1° and 2°), total 

Benzene, 1 

Benzene, 2 

Cresylic acid, crude 

Najahthenic acids, total 

Acid number 225-249 

All other 

Toluene, all grades, total 

Nitration grade, 1 

Pure commercial grade, 2 

All other^- - 

Xylenes, mixed, total 

Five degree 

All other^ 

All other aromatics and naphthenes* 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 

20,903,499 



5,284,934 



1,271,785 
1,041,659 



561,485 
480,174 



38,078 
18,961 



5,655 
13,306 



1,501,337 



647,451 
421,542 
432,344 



237,663 
1,143,110 



32,341 



1,000 

pounds 

11,904,126 



3,411,780 



1,181,405 
788,473 



506,620 
281,853 



20,185 
12,553 



5,508 
7,045 



761,510 



528,462 
201,772 
31,276 

622,763 



131,532 
491,231 



24,891 



1.000 
dollars 
379,791 



97,526 



17,188 
34,812 



23,564 
11,248 



1,423 



661 
762 



21,992 



15,087 
5,858 
1,047 

20,612 



4,448 
16,164 



.029 

.015 



.044 

To?? 

.040 



.113 
.120 
.108 



.029 
.029 
.029 
.033 



.033 
.034 
.033 



*See also table 5B, pt. UI, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



CRUDE PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 

TABLE 5A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of crude products from petroleum and 
natural gas for chemical conversion, 1958 — Continued 



(iiantlty 



Unit value ^ 



ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS 

Total - --- 

Methane 

C2 hydrocarbons, total 

Ethane 

Ethylene' ' 

C3 hydrocarbons, total 

Propane 

Propane-propylene mixture 

Propylene 

C^ hydrocarbons, total 

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

Butadiene and butylene fractions 

n- Butane 

1-Butene and 2-butene mtxtvire'' 

Isobutane 

Isobutylene 

All other^ 

C5 hydrocarbons, total 

Isoprene (2-Methyl-l, 3 -butadiene) 

All other^ - - - 

All other aliphatic hydrocarbons and derivatives, total- 

Di-isobutylene 

1-Dodecene (Tetrapropylene) 

Nonene (Tripropylene) 

Polybutene 

Hydrocarbon derivatives"*"" 

All other^^ 



1.000 

pounds 

15,618,565 



1.000 
pounds 
8,';92,3A6 



1.000 
dollars 
282,265 



Per 
pound 



4,795,322 

646,089 

4,149,233 



5,035,744 



33,025 



926,167 



188,821 
737,346 



3,945,578 



3,019,360 

247,699 

1,768,685 

4,294,619 



1,442, f 
475,347 
606,156 

1,031,234 
218,260 
295,705 
225,048 

171,524 

8,232 

163,292 

], 321, 356 

96,198 

426,592 

65,544 

29,687 

4,012 

699,323 



2,859,729 
247,791 
838,058 

2,722,018 



1,690 
34,617 



54,428 



861,415 
143,151 
343,957 
741,930 
199,741 
225,359 
206,465 

111,716 



34,843 

2,982 

16,603 

163,305 



115,143 
3,266 
3,436 
25,431 
3,135 
7,345 
5,549 

2,905 



.014 
1512 
.012 
.020 



.060 
33^ 
.023 
.009 
.034 
.016 
.033 
.027 



111,716 
753,842 



2,905 
24,886 



247,465 
51,603 
27,963 
4,002 

422,809 



7,866 

1,801 

2,791 

913 

11,515 



.032 
.035 
.100 
.228 
.027 



^ Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ The chemical raw materials designated as aromatics are in some cases identical with those obtained from the dis- 
tillation of coal tar. However, the statistics given in this table relate only to such materials as are derived from 
petroleum and natural gas. Statistics on aromatic chemicals from all sources are given in table 4A. 

^ Includes materials used as solvents and also those blended in 'aviation and motor gasolines. 

* Includes data for sodium cresylate, l,4-methano-2,5-cyclopentadiene, mixed pyridines, sodium carbolate and 
phenate, and miscellaneous cyclic hydrocarbons. 

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

' In 1958 all butadiene was produced in privately owned plants. For some years prior to 1956 separate statistics 
are available on butadiene production for private account and for Government account. 

'' The statistics represent principally the butene content of crude refinery gases from which butadiene is manu- 
factured. 

* Includes data for 1-butene, 2-butene, n-butylene, and mixed olefins. 
' Includes data for pentanes, pentenes, and mixtures. 

^° Includes data for di-tert-butyldisulfide, miscellaneous mercaptans, and aliphatic acids. 

"^"'" Includes data for acetylene, hexanes, heptanes and heptenes, octanes, eicosane, and hydrocarbon mixtures. The 
data in this table do not include any acetylene produced from calcium carbide. The total production of acetylene for 
chemical processing from all sources, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of tne Census, for 1958 amounted to 588,521 
thousand pounds (acetylene production figures converted from cubic feet to pounds as follows: 1 ou. ft. weighs 
0.06897 lb. at 60° F. and 1 a"tmosphere pressure). 



The output of crude products derived from petroleum and natural gas as a group amounted to 
20, 903 million pounds in 1958, or 15. 5 percent more than the 18, 094 million pounds reported 
for 1957. The larger output in 1958 is accounted for chiefly b-y the increase in the production of 
certain aromatic hydrocarbons, principally benzene, toluene, and xylene. Sales of crude chem- 
icals from petroleum -were 11,904 million pounds, valued at $380 million, in 1958, compared 
with 10, 330 million pounds, valued at $376 million, in 1957. 



6 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 

The output of all aromatic and naphthenic products amounted to 5, 285 million pounds in 
1958, compared with 3, 569 million pounds in 1957. Sales in 1958, which amounted to 3,412 
million pounds, valued at $98 million, were 983 million pounds larger, and valued at $10 million 
more, than those in 1957. Benzene, toluene, and xylene were produced from petroleum sources 
in substantially greater quantities in 1958 than in 1957, and production of cresylic acid was 8. 2 
percent larger. The output of 1° and 2° benzene from petroleum amounted to 1,042 million 
pounds in 1958- -22. 3 percent more than the 852 million pounds produced in 1957. The output of 
toluene in 1958 was 1, 501 million pounds--33. 9 percent more than the 1, 122 million pounds 
produced in 1957. Production of xylene was 1, 381 million pounds in 1958, compared with 830 
million pounds, in 1957. These figures include toluene and xylene used in blends in aviation and 
motor-grade gasolines. The output of naphthenic acids amounted to 19 million pounds in 1958, 
compared with 17 million pounds in 1957. Production of cresylic acid was 38 million pounds in 
1958, compared with 35 million pounds in 1957. 

Production of all aliphatic hydrocarbons and derivatives from petroleum and natural gas was 
15, 619 million pounds in 1958, compared with 14, 524 million pounds in 1957. Sales of these 
products were 8, 492 million pounds, valued at $282 million, in 1958, compared with 7, 901 
million pounds, valued at $289 million, in 1957. The statistics on acetylene (footnote 11, table 
5A) include only that which was produced from calcium carbide and from natural gas and used as 
a raw material in the production of other chemicals; they exclude acetylene used for welding and 
lighting. Total production of acetylene (principally from calcium carbide), as reported to the 
Bureau of the Census, amounted to 589 million pounds in 1958, compared with 594 million 
pounds in 1957 (see footnote 11, table 5A, for conversion factor). Production of ethylene was 
4, 149 million pounds in 1958, or 5. 1 percent more than the 3, 947 million pounds produced in 
1957. The output of the C3 hydrocarbons, propane, propylene, and propane-propylene mixture 
was 5, 036 million pounds in 1958--18. 5 percent more than the 4, 250 million pounds produced in 
1957. Production of 1, 3-butadiene, one of the principal ingredients of S-type synthetic rubber, 
was 1,443 million pounds in 1958, compared with 1,542 million pounds in 1957. Thel958 output 
was 6. 4 percent less than that in 1957, which was the largest on record. 



PART II. 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 either as intermediates 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), plasticizers, 
surface -active agents, pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals, and miscellaneous 
synthetic organic chemicals. Most of these groups are further subdivided, according to chemical 
classes, into cyclic and acyclic compounds. As most of the intermediates are used in the manu- 
facture of finished products, aggregate figures that cover both intermediates and finished products 
necessarily include much duplication. 

Total production of synthetic organic chennicals (intermediates and finished products com- 
bined) in 1958 was 43,246 million pounds --only 10 million pounds more than the output in 1957 
(see table 6). Sales totaled 22,014 million pounds, valued at $5,366 million, in 1958, compared 
with 21,696 million pounds, valued at $5,367 million, in 1957. Production of all cyclic products 
(intermediates and finished cyclic products combined) in 1958 totaled 13,212 million pounds, or 
2.6 percent less than the 13,561 million pounds produced in 1957. In 1958 the output of acyclic 
organic chemicals was 30,034 million pounds, or 1.2 percent more than the 29,674 million pounds 
produced in 1957. 

TABLE 6, — Synthetic organic chemicals: Summary of U.S. production and sales of intermediates an/i finished 
products, average 1953-57. annual 1957 and 1958 

[production and sales in thousands of pounds; sales value in. thousands of dollars] 



Average 
1953-57 



Increase, or 
decrease (-) 



1958 
over 
1953-57 



1958 
over 
1957 



Organic ohemioale, cyclic and acyclic, 
grand total: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Cyclic, total: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic, total: 

Production- 

Sales 

Sales value 

i. Inttrmediates, Cyclic 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

2. Dyes, Cyclic 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

3. Toners and Lakes, Cyclic 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

See footnotes at end of table. 



35,353,559 
18,655,339 
4,66^,985 



11,512,833 
7,093,782 
2,336,768 



23,84^0,726 
11,561,557 
2,328,217 



5,771,178 

2,221,604 

392,854 



154,284 
145,326 
172,220 



41,453 
34,4A0 
57,779 



43,235,878 

21,695,910 

5,366,864 



13,561,419 
8,096,534 
2,649,739 



29,674,459 
13,599,376 
2,717,125 



6,927,191 

2,599,999 

451,086 



143,052 
126,963 
164,200 



37,757 
29,588 
56,901 



43,245,989 

22,014,099 

5,366,116 



13,211,501 
8,145,535 
2,594,467 



30,034,488 
13,868,564 
2,771,649 



6,643,003 

2,646,482 

438,978 



139,936 

139,290 
177,465 



35,377 
27,758 
53,410 



22.3 

18.0 
15.0 



14.8 
14.8 
11.0 



26.0 
20.0 
19.0 



15.1 
19.1 



-9.3 
-4.2 
3.0 



-14.7 

-19.4 

-7.6 






.6 

-2.1 



-2.2 
9.7 

8.1 



-6.3 
-6.2 
-6.1 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 6. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Summary of U.S. production and sales of intermediates and finished 
fn-oducts, average 1953-57, annt4al 1957 and i95S— Continued 

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



Average 
1953-57 



Increase, or 
decrease (-) 



1958 
over 
1953-57 



i. Medi 



Cyclic: 

Produc tion- 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic : 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value 



5. Fla 



and Perfu 



Mat 



Cyclic: 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value 



6. Plasti 



nd Re 



Mat 



lais 



Cyclic: 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic : 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value 



7. Rubber -Pr 



ing Che 



cals 



Cyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

8. Elastomers (Synthetic Rubbers) 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value ^- 

Acyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

9. Plasticizers 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value— 



59,355 

4^5,997 

20,509 
18,171 
30,395 



23,"il7 
19,553 
29,558 

16,803 
16,247 
22,362 



1,86-;, 207 

1,536,981 

-119,756 

1,668,037 

1,531,448 

609,922 



135,381 
102,415 
61,243 

25,576 
19,936 
13,445 



1,537,893 

1,471,878 

351,330 

490,969 
474,028 
189,113 



278,471 

225,567 

67,504 

91,253 
77,393 
30,336 



68,745 
53,176 
539,220 

30,006 
26,782 
36,778 



27,252 
22,147 
35,721 

18,042 
19,968 
22,842 



2,087,902 

1,732,619 

480,905 

2,252,506 

2,056,851 

753,204 



155,579 
109,632 
70,363 

30,225 
22,181 
14,208 



1,850,897 

1,620,348 

389, 976 

503,442 
479,064 
186,737 



329,290 

265,426 

76,276 

112,916 
97,448 
37,400 



70,038 

51,750 

518,438 

31,353 
29,655 
36,226 



24,999 

20,941 
31,498 

18,433 
18,759 
20,748 



2,102,506 

1,767,464 

468,716 

2,415,122 

2,289,318 

806,191 



14^,246 
103,151 
67,260 

24,734 
19,528 
12,596 



1,752,541 

1,553,744 

361,597 

449,409 
454,273 
182,122 



312,225 

265,102 

75,946 

105,719 
90,817 
35,150 



18.0 
8.6 
16.2 



6.8 
7.1 
6.6 

9.7 
15.5 
-6.9 



12.8 
15.0 
11.7 

44.8 
49.5 
32.2 



-3.3 
-2.0 
-6.3 



-8.5 
-4.2 
-3.7 



12.1 
17.5 
12.5 

15.8 
17.3 
15.9 



GENERAL 



TABLE 6. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Summary of U.S. /production and sales of intermediates and finished 
products, average 1953-57. annual 1957 and 1958 — Continued 

[production and sales in thousands of- pounds; sales value in thousands of dollars] 



Average 
1953-57 



Increase, or 
decrease (-) 



over 
1953-57 



over 
1957 



10. Surface -Active 4g, 

Cyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 



It. Pesticides and 0th. 
Organic Agricultural Che,ni 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic : 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 



12. Ml 



;lla 



Cyclic : 

Production- 
Sales 

Sales value. 

Acyclic : 

Production-' 

Sales 

Sales value- 



680,342 
609,475 
111,864 

386,050 

345,839 

87,225 



393,074 
319,455 
118,767 

79,543 
64,147 
30,581 



573,778 
359,440 
107,896 

21,061,986 
9,014,348 
1,314,838 



774,558 
741,400 
119,337 

431,397 

381,584 

97,622 



407,450 
339,556 
132,330 

104, 102 
93,600 
45,709 



751,746 
455,680 
133,424 

26,191,823 
10,421,898 
1,522,625 



846,322 
764,668 
125,123 

508,752 
437,872 
110,249 



444,870 
377,745 
147,689 

94,526 

88,941 
48,460 



695,438 
427,440 
128,347 

26,386,440 
10,439,401 
1,519,907 



24.4 
25.5 
11.8 

31.8 
26.6 
26.4 



13.2 
18.2 
24.4 

18.8 
38.6 
58.5 



21.2 
18.9 
19.0 

25.3 

15.8 



9.3 
3.1 



17.9 
14.8 
2.7 



9.2 
11.2 
11.6 

-9.2 

-5.0 
6.0 



-6.2 
-3.8 



.2 
-.2 



Less than 0.05^ increase. 
Less than 0.05^6 decrease. 



The toUowing tabulation shows, by chemical groups, the number of companies that reported 
production in 1958 of one or more of the chemicals included in the groups listed in table 6: 



flumber 
of 
Chemical group companies 

Intermed lates - 157 

Dyes 50 

Toners and lakes — 40 

Medicinals --- 123 

Flavor and perfume materials -- 48 

Plastics and resin materials 225 



number 
of 
Chemical group companies 

Rubber -processing chemicals - - - 29 

Elastomers ( synthetic nibbers) - 22 

Plasticizers — 48 

Surface -active agents 157 

Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals 78 

Miscellaneous chemicals-- 259 



lO 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



Cyclic Intermediates 

Cyclic intermediates are synthetic organic chemicals derived principally frorri coal-tar 
crudes produced by destructive distillation (pyrolysis) of coal and from petroleum and natural 
gas. Most cyclic intermediates are used in the manufacture of more advanced synthetic organic 
chemicals and finished products, such as dyes, medicinals, elastomers (synthetic rubbers), pes- 
ticides, and plastics and resin materials. Some intermediates, however, are sold as end prod- 
ucts without further processing. For example, refined naphthalene may be used as a raw material 
in the manufacture of 2-naphthol or of other more advanced intermediates, 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 classification in this report. Table 
7A' gives statistics on production and sales of cyclic intermediates in 1958. Individual statistics 
given in the table represent more than 80 percent of the total quantity of intermediates produced. 
Since many of the intermediates included in the statistics represent successive steps in produc- 
tion, the totals necessarily include considerable duplication. In 1958 about two-fifths of the total 
output of cyclic intermediates was sold; the rest was consumed chiefly by the producing plants in 
the manufacture of more advanced intermediates and finished products. 

Because of decreased demand by a number of industries that consume large quantities of in- 
termediates (particularly those that produce rubber-processing chemicals, elastomers, andplas- 
ticizers), the total output of cyclic intermediates in 1958 was 6,643 million pounds, or 4.1 per- 
centless than the record high of 6,927 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales of cyclic intermediates 
in 1958 amounted to 2,646 million pounds, valued at $439 million, compared with 2,600 million 
pounds, valued at $451 million, in 1957. Sales of cyclic intermediates were thus 1.8 percent 
larger in 1958 than in 1957, in terms of quantity, and 2.7 percent smaller in terms of the value 
of sales. 

TABLE TK— Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of cyclic intermediates, 1958 

[Listed below are all cyclic intermediates 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 7B in pt. Ill lists alphabetically all cyclic intermediates for which data on production or 
sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each. Appendix C lists alphabetically all the important 
oonnnon names of cyclic intermediates usually encountered in the trade and gives the corresponding standard 
IChemical Abstracts) name under which data are presented in tables 7A and 7B] 



Total — - 

Chemicals for which separate statistics may not be shown 

Chemicals for which separate statistics are shown below 

-i'-Aminoacetanilide (Acetyl-p-phenylenediamine ) 

2-(p-Aminoanilino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

l-Aminoanthraquinone and salt 

2-Amlnoanthraquinone and salt 

6-Amino-3,'i'-azodi(benzenesulfonic acid) 

l-Amlno-'i-benzamidoanthraquinone 

l-Amino-5-benzamidoanthraquinone 

6-(p-Aminobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid 

l-Amino-4-bromo-2-anthraqulnoneEulfonic acid and sodium salt 

l-Amino-5-chloroanthraquinone 

2-Amino-3-chloroanthraquinone 

o-(3-Amino-4-chlorobenzoyl )benzoic acid ' 

2-Amlno-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonic acid [SOjHil] 

4-'-Amdno-2',5'-dietho3cybenzanilide 

2-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

3-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonlc acid (Cassella acid) 



1.000 

pounds 

6,643,003 



1,251,057 
5,391,946 



209 
52 
635 
688 
40 
37 
76 



900 
30 



Quantity 



1,000 
pounds 

2,646,482 



588,048 
2,058,434 



1.000 
dollars 
438,978 



146,811 
292,167 



Unit 
value ^ 



Per 
pound 

$0.17 



.25 

.14 



See footnotes at end of table. 



1 See also table 7B, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers; appendix A, which shows imports 
of intermediates and related products during 1956-58; and appendix C, which is a glossary of synonymous names of cyclic intermediates. 



CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES II 

TABLE 7A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of cyclic intermediates, 1958-- Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value-'' 



6-Ainlno-l,3-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid (Amino I acid) 

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

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

5-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (1,6-Cleve's acid)— 

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

6-Anilno-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Broenner's acid) 

8-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid (Peri acid) 

8-Aiiilno-2-naphthalenesulfoiilc acid (1,7-Cleve's acid) 

8-Aiiilno-2-naphthol 

8-Amlno-l-naphthol-3,6-dl3ulfonlc acid (H acid), monosodium salt- 

l-Aiiiino-2-naphthol-'i-sulfonlc acid (l,2,<i-Acid ) 

6-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid (J acid) and sodium salt- 

7-Ainiiio-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid (Gamma acid), sodium salt 

2-Amino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=1] . 

2-Amino-A-nltrophenol 

3'-Aminooxanilic acid 

p-Aminophenol 

2-Amino-l-phenol-<i-sulfonlc acid 

p-(p-Amlnophenylazo)benzenesulfonic acid 

<i-Amlno-m-toluenesulfonlc acid [SOsH^l] 

16-Amlnovlolan throne 

2-Amlno-3,5-xylenesulfonlc acid [S03H=l] 

Aniline (Aniline oil) 

Anllinomethanesulfonic acid and salt 

8-Anilino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Phenyl peri acid) 

6-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Phenyl J acid) 

7-Anllino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Phenyl gamma acid) 

o-Anisidine 

o-Anlsldinomethanesulfonic acid 

Anthranllic acid (o-Aminobenzoic acid) 

Anthraquinone, lOOf, 

1,5-Anthraquinonedlsulfonlc acid and salt 

2,6-Anthraquinonedlsulfonic acid and salt 

1-Anthraqulnonesulfonic acid and salt 

N,N -(l,5-Anthraqulnonylene)dianthranilic acid 

Anthrarufin (1,5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone ) 

Benzaldehyde, tech 

l-Benzamido-5-chloro anthraquinone 

7H-BenzLde Janthracen-7-one (Benzanthrone ) 

Benzidine hydrochloride and sulfate 

Benzilic acid 

Benzoic acid, tech 

Benzoin 

o-Benzoylbenzoic acid 

[4,4'-Bi-7H-benz[de] anthracen] -7,7'-dione 

IjA-Bis [l -an thraquinonylamino] anthraquinone 

■ij^'-Bis [diraethylaminojbenzophenone (Michler's ketone) 

3-Bromo-7H-benz [de]anthracen-7-one (Bromobenzanthrone ) 

l-Bromo-4-methylaminoanthraquinone 

N^-Butyl-4-methoxymetanllamide 

l-Chloroanthraquinone 

2-Chloroanthraquinone 

o-Chlorobenz aldehyde 

Chlorobenzene, mono- 

o-(p-Chlorobenzoyl )benzoic acid 

5-Chloro-2,'i-dimethoxyanillne 

l-Chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene (Dinitrochlorobenzene ) 

4-Chlorometanilic acid 

6-Chlorometanilic acid 

l-Chloro-2-methylanthraquinone 

2-Chloro-4-nitroaniline (o-Chloro-p-nitroaniline) 

A-Chloro-2-nitroaniline (p-Chloro-o-nitroaniline) 

l-Chloro-5-nitro anthraquinone 

l-Chloro-2(and 'i)-nitrobenzene (Chloronitrobenzenes, o- and p-)-- 
4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonamide 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 

647 

2,329 

W9 

173 

81 

62 

328 

233 

82 

2,097 

1,114 

403 

507 

23 

58 

22 

367 

73 

103 

320 

27 

53 

101,404 

150 

187 

38 

9 

831 

72 

236 

2,199 

508 

173 

1,326 

33 

154 

2,003 

49 

1,122 

1,152 

14 

27 

3,334 

233 

76 

120 

134 

27 

153 

119 

574 

198 

387,997 

1,155 

65 

6,377 

11 

24 

114 

255 



5,850 



1,000 
pounds 



1,286 



1,000 
dollars 



1,000 



Per 
pound 



42 
162 



105 
163 



1.42 
1.00 



2.50 
1.01 



32,151 



36 



5,645 



.18 
2.14 



1,911 



2,724 



1.63 
.28 



56,989 



4,145 



12 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 

TABLE 1 A, --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of cyclic intermediates, i958-- Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value ■"■ 



2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulfonio acid and sodium salt 

■4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

o-(4— Chloro-3-nitrobenzoyl )tenzoic acid 

a-Chlorotoluene (Benzyl chloride) 

4.-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] and hydrochloride 

5-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride [NH2=1] 

A-Chloro-a.aja-trifluoro-S-nitrotoluene 

Cresols, total^ 

0-, m-, and p-Cresols, total 

(m,p)-Cresol, total 

From coal tar 

From petroleum 

(o,m,p)-Cresol, total 

From coal tar-' 

From petroleum 

Cresylio acid, refined, total^ 

From coal tar 

From petroleum 

Cumene 

Cyclohexane 

p-Cymene 

1,4-Diaminoanthraquinone 

1,5-Diaminoanthraquinone 

1,5 (and l,8)-Diaminoanthraquinone 

2,5-Diaminoanthraquinone 

2,4-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid [SOsHi] 

2,2'-Diamino-5,5'-dijnethyl-3,3'-biphenyldisulfonic acid 

<i-,'i'-Diamino-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonic acid 

"ije-Diamino-m-toluenesulfonlc acid [SOsH^l] 

1,5-Dibenzamidoanthraquinone 

<i,5'-Dibenzamido-l,l'-iminodianthraquinone 

1,5-Dibenzoylnaphthalene 

3,9-Dibromo-7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one 

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

1,5-Dichloroanthraquinone 

o-Dichlorobenzene 

o(and p)-Dichlorobenzene 

p-Dichlorobenzene 

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine base and salts 

2,5-Dichloro-'i-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonic 

acid 

2, 6-Dichloro-4-nitro aniline 

l,4-Dichloro-2-nitrobenzene (Nltro-p-dichlorobenzene ) 

p-Diethylaminobenzaldehyde 

m-Diethylaminophenol (N,N-Diethyl-3-aminophenol) 

N,N-Diethylaniline 

'i,5-Dihydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid (Chromotropic acid 

6,7-Dihydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

16, 17-Dihydroxyviolan throne (Dihydroxydibenzanthrone) 

N,N-Dimethylaniline 

2,2'-Dimethyl-l,l'-bianthraquinone 

p_(2,4-Dinitroanilino)phenol 

l,5(and 1,8 )-Dinitroanthraquinone 

m-Dinltrobenzene 

2,4— Dinitrophenol, tech 

4,4-'-Dinitro-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonic acid 

1,5-Diphenoxyanthraquinone 

l,<V-Di(p-toluidino )anthraquinone 

Dodecylbenzene (includes keryl-type benzenes ) 

N-Ethylaniline, refined 

2-(N-Ethylanilino)ethanol 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 

184 
103 
100 
14,297 
32 
203 
33 

41,656 



8,458 
17,970 

7,230 
10,740 
15,228 
12,129 

3,099 

57,777 



25,857 
31,920 

177,403 
330,953 

53 

109 

22 

63 

42 

5 

1,022 

8 

49 

139 

64 

83 

385 

39 

23,169 

8,061 

56,157 

947 

81 



206 

754 

44 

328 

228 

6,883 

56 

20 

49 

1,714 

518 

1,655 

5 

51 

494,747 

382 



1,000 
dollars 



4,627 



37,679 



8,456 
14,156 
6,712 
7,444 
15,067 



41,318 



20,864 
20,454 



6,746 



18,440 

11,933 

45,354 

1,259 



544 

323 

4,705 



422,725 



1,594 
3,608 



2,710 
2,062 



4,658 



2,613 
2,045 



1,800 

473 

4,704 

1,708 



,314 



CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 13 

TABLE 7A. —Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of cyclic intermediates, i95S— Continued 



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

Ethylbenzene 

N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamine (N,N-Ethylbenzylaniline ) 

o-Fonnylbenzenesulfonic acid (o-Sulfobenzaldehyde ) 

Hexachlorobenzene 

p-Hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid 

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

l,l'-Iminobis "i-aminoanthraquinone J 

1,1 -Tmi nobis 4-benzainidoaiithraquinone] 

l,l'-Iininobis 5-benzamidoanthraquinone] 

6,6'-Iminobis l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] 

l,l'-Imi nobis K-nitroanthraquinone] 

Ijl'-Iminodianthraquinone (Dianthrimide) 

Isocyanic acid, ^-methyl -m-phenylene ester 

■ij-i'-Isopropylidenediphenol (Bisphenol A) 

Isoviolanthrone (Isodibenzanthrone) 

Leuco-l,4-diaminoanthraquinone 

Leuco quinizarln (1,4,9, lO-Anthratetrol ) 

Leuco tetrahydroxyanthraquinone 

Metanilic acid (m-Aminobenzenesulfonio acid) 

■i-Methoxynietanilic acid 

l-Methylaminoanthraquinone 

2-Methyl-l-nitroanthraquinone 

p-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl )ben2enesulfonlc acid- 

3-Methyl-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one (Developer Z) 

a-Uethylstyrene 



Naphthalene, solidifying at 79° C. 
From domestic crude naphthalene- 
From imported crude naphthalene- 



or above (refined flaie), total 



1,5-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

Naphthionic acid (•4-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid ] and sodium 



salt- 



1-Naphthol (a-Naphthol) 

2-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid (R acid) 

2-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, dlsodium salt 

2-Naphthol-6,8-disulfonic acid (G acid) and disodlum salt 

l-Naphthol-'i-sulfonic acid (Nevile & Winther's acid) 

l-Naphthol-5-sulfonic acid 

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

2-Naphthol-6-sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Naphth[l,2]oxadiazole-5-sulfonlc acid 

2-(Naphthylthio)acetic acid 

Nicotinic acid, n-butyl ester 

m-Nitroaniline 

4-Nitro-o-anisldine [nH2=1] 

5-Nitro-o-anisidine [nH2=1] 

l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

5-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonic acid 

Nitrobenzene 

m-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid and sodium salt 

m- and p-Nitrobenzoic acids, total 

5-Nitro-o-toluenesulfonic acid [sOsH^l] 

2-Nitro-p-toluidine [nH2=1] 

-i-Nitro-o-toluidine [nH2=1] 

16-Nitrovlolan throne 

Nitroxylenes , mixed 

Nonylphenol 

l-(7-0xo-7H-benz [de]anthracen-3-ylamino)anthraquinone 

l,l'-(7-0xo-7H-benz [de]anthracen-3,9-ylenediimino)dianthraquinone- 
5-0xo-l-(p-3ulfophenyl )-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic acid 

(Pyrazolone T) 



1,000 
pounds 

333 

1,176,965 

446 

162 

758 

95 

3,609 

106 

17 

34 



78 

13,729 

30,737 

41 

226 

64 

32 

1,564 

4 

18 

95 

47 

318 

21,147 

61,868 



23,427 
38,441 

220 

956 

644 

1,144 

76 

1,284 

185 

55 

310 

90 

650 

56 

204 

163 

23 

564 

46 

95 

138,913 

1,404 

819 

1,854 

1,321 

12 

41 

621 

26,886 

159 

103 



35 



Quantity 



1,000 

15,755 

656 
1,872 



10,786 
12,941 



294 
4,170 



33,351 



9,033 
24,318 



6,161 
1,197 



4,625 



1,000 
dollars 



1,214 

132 
1,900 



9,723 
3,603 



543 
483 



4,203 



,195 
3,008 



Unit 
value-'- 



.20 

1.01 



1.85 
.12 



.13 
.12 



694 
4^2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 

TABLE 7A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: J.S. production and sales of cyclic intermediates, i958— Continued 



(Jiantity 



Unit 
value ^ 



Phenol, total^ 

Natural, total 

From coal tar, total 

8256-8^5^ 

All other 

From petroleum 

Synthetic, total 

From cumene 

All other 

Phenylacetlc acid, potassium salt 

Phenylacetonitrile (a -Tolunltrile ) 

p-Phenylazoanlline (p-Amlnoazobenzene ) and hydrochloride— 

m-Phenylenediamine 

o-Phenylenediamlne 

p-Phenylenediamine 

2,2'-(Phenyliiiu.no)diethanol (Phenyldiethanolamine) 

Phthalic anhydride 

Phthalic anhydride residue 

Phthalimide • 

Picolines, total •*■ 

2° Pyridine* 

Quinaldine 

Quinizarin 

Salicylic acid, tech 

Styrene, all grades 

TetrabrQmo-8,16-pyranthrenedione 

l,'i,5,8-Tetrachloroanthraquinone 

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

Toluene-2,'>-diamine (4-m-Tolylenediamlne ) 

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

2,2'-(m-Tolylimino)diethanol 

a,a,o-Triohlorotoluene (Benzotrlohloride ) 

6,6'-Ureylenebis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] (J aci(J urea 

Veratraldehyde (3,'i-DiinethoxybenZ£ildehyde ) 

"Violanthrone (Dibenzanthrone ) 

p-Xylene 

Xylidines (original mixture) 



1,000 
pounds 
506,365 



42,608 

36,774 

3,688 

33,086 

5,834 

463,757 

98,769 

364,988 

1,164 

117 

706 

402 

501 

539 

301,303 

1,018 

378 

1,474 

1,382 

21 

953 

,223,733 
18 
24 



403 
37 



359 

106,343 
282 



1,000 
pounds 
281,110 



44,120 

38,206 

4,275 

33,931 

5,914 

236,990 

76,887 

160,103 

1,250 
202 

426 
60 



222,926 



1,452 
1,521 

50 

1,253 

682,727 



368 

256 

18 

79,905 



1.000 
dollars 
43,654 



6,441 

5,593 

623 

4,970 

848 

37,213 

11,824 

25,389 

485 

120 

450 
103 



43,041 



925 
1,103 



464 
81,312 



.15 
.14 
.16 
.15 
.16 



1.06 
1.72 



58 
12,496 



1.01 

.20 

3.22 

.16 



Calculated from rounded figures. 

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

^ Includes some mixed cresols. 

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

In 1958, production of two of the largest volume intermediates exceeded 1 billion pounds for 
the third successive year. The output of styrene totaled 1,224 million pounds (4.9 percent more 
than in 1957) and that of ethylbenzene, 1,177 nnillion pounds (1.1 percent more than in 1957). 
Ethylbenzene is used almost entirely in the manufacture of styrene, which, in turn, is used al- 
most entirely in the manufacture of plastics materials and synthetic rubber. Other large -volume 
intermediates the output of which was substantially larger in 1958 than in 1957 were a-methyl- 
styrene (59.1 percent larger), nonylphenol (31.8 percent), p-xylene (23.2 percent), dodecylben- 
zene (8.8 percent), and cumene (4.5 percent). 

On the other hand, the production of many low- and medium -priced intermediates was much 
snnaller in 1958 than in 1957. The output of cyclohexane was 28. 6 percent smaller; isopropyli- 
denediphenol (Bisphenol A), 16.8 percent; p-dichlorobenzene, 15.5 percent; phthalic anhydride, 
15.3 percent; naphthalene, 14.0 percent; o-dichlorobenzene, 12.3 percent; refined cresylic acid, 
11.6 percent; aniline, 10. percent; phenol, 9.0 percent; and total cresols, 6.7 percent. 



DYES 



15 



Dyes 

Dyes are synthetic organic chemicals derived from cyclic intermediates (see the imnnedi- 
ately preceding section of this report). About three -fourths of the dyes consumed in the United 
States are used by the textile industry to dye natural and synthetic fibers or fabrics; the rest 
are used chiefly by the industries that produce organic pigments, paper, and leather. Of the 
several thousand different synthetic dyes that are known, more than two thousand are manufac- 
tured by one or more domestic producers. The large number of dyes results from the many 
different types of materials to which dyes are applied, the different conditions of service for 
which dyes are required, and the costs that a particular use can bear. Dyes are sold as pastes, 
powders, lumps, and solutions; concentrations vary from 6 percent to 100 percent. The con- 
centration, form, and purity of a dye is determined largely by the use for which it is intended. 

Table 8A^ shows U. S. production and sales of dyes in 1958, total and by individual dyes, 
using the new Colour Index classification and terminology. Dyes for which individual statistics 
are given in the table represent 55 percent of the total quantity produced. 

Total domestic production of dyes in 1958 amounted to 140 million pounds, or 2.2 percent 
less than the 143 million pounds produced in 1957 and 7. 7 percent less than the 152 million 
pounds produced in 1956. The decreasing output of dyes during the period 1955-58 reflects 
reduced consumption by the domestic textile industry, as well as reduced sales to export mar- 
kets. Sales of dyes in 1958 amounted to 139 million pounds, valued at $177 million, compared 

TABLE iPi^ —Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 1958 

[Listed below are all coal-tar dyes fon 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 re- 
ported. ) Table 8B in pt. Ill lists all dyes for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies 
the manufacturer of eachl 



Dye 



Quantity 



Unit 
value-'- 



Grand -total 

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

ACID DYES 

Total- — - 

Acid yellow 3 

Acid yellow 11 

Acid yellow 17 

Acid yellow 23 

Acid yellow 36 

Acid yellow AQ 

Acid yellow A2 

Acid yellow 44 

Acid yellow 54 

Acid yellow 73 

Acid yellow 99 

Acid orange 1 

Acid orange 7 

Acid orange 8 

Acid orange 10 

Acid orange 24 

Acid orange 74 

Acid red 1 

Acid red 4 

Acid red 14 

Acid red 17 

Acid red 18 

Acid red 26 



1,000 
pounds 
139,936 



63,446 
76,490 



11,484 



54 
34 
122 
301 
230 



45 
125 
54 
21 
729 
255 
297 
319 



113 
89 



1.000 
pounds 
139,290 



1,000 
dollars 
177,465 



60,352 
78,938 



11,983 



54 

53 

119 

239 

236 

40 

18 



53 

10 

734 

304 

304 

345 

63 

318 

72 

68 

23 

120 

128 



73,263 
104,202 



21,268 



191 

123 

250 

461 

288 

111 

34 

22 

108 

99 

111 

22 

560 

276 

375 

454 

162 

413 

127 

89 

30 

126 

142 



Per 
pound 



$1.27 



1.21 
1.32 



1.77 



3.54 
2.32 
2.10 
1.93 
1.22 
2.78 
1.89 
3.67 
2.16 
2.15 
2.09 
2.20 
.76 
.91 
1.23 
1.32 
2.57 
1.30 
1.76 
1.31 
1.30 
1.05 
1.11 



See foQ-tnotes at end of table. 

' See also table SB, pt. HI, which lists these products and identifies the manufacturers, and appendix A (table 24), which shows 
imports of dyes during 1956-58. 



16 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

TABLE 8A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



ACID DrES— Continued 

Acid red 37 

Acid red 73 

Acid red 85 

Acid red 87 

Acid red 88 

Acid red 89 

Acid red 137 

Acid red 151 

Acid red 182- — 

Acid red 183 

Acid red 186 

Acid violet 1 

Acid violet 7 

Acid violet 12 

Acid violet 17 

Acid violet A3 

Acid blue 7 

Acid blue 9 

Acid blue 23 

Acid blue 25 

Acid blue AO- 

Acid blue "43 

Acid blue 45 

Acid blue 59 

Acid blue 67 

Acid blue 78 

Acid blue 90 

Acid blue lOA 

Acid blue 113 

Acid blue 158 and 158A 

Acid green 3 

Acid green 9 

Acid green 16 

Acid green 20 

Acid green 25 

Acid brown 1'^ 

Acid black 1 

Acid black 2A 

Acid black 26, 26A, and 26B 

Acid black 48 

Acid black 52 

All other acid dyes 

AZOIC DYES AND COMPONENTS 

Azoic Compositions 

Total 

Azoic yellow 1 

Azoic yellow 2 

Azoic orange 3 

Azoic red 1 

Azoic red 2 

Azoic red 6 

Azoic red 16 

Azoic violet 1 

Azoic blue 2 

Azoic blue 3 

All other azoic compositions 



217 

115 

236 

87 

39 

125 

15 

25 

20 

38 



649 
33 
25 
28 

25 
260 
118 

116 



118 

222 

1,420 



351 
3,218 



2,135 



1,000 
pounds 



1,000 
dollars 



22 
252 
118 
44 
98 
46 
122 



62 

288 

16 



16 

529 

28 

24 



286 

142 

118 

22 

52 

22 

117 

231 

1,630 

115 

197 

39 

3,683 



1,878 



51 
513 
198 

71 
137 

76 
383 



206 

471 

93 

140 



1,767 
88 
153 
153 
108 

393 
315 
155 

99 
173 

44 
284 
302 
1,831 
178 
317 
202 

7,335 



3,918 



1,279 



48 


98 


21 


43 


48 


120 


163 


223 


79 


113 


177 


278 


16 


28 


12 


44 


55 


105 


72 


99 


,187 


2,767 



See footnotes at end of table. 



DYES 17 

TABLE 8A. —Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 7955— Continued 



Dye 



AZOIC DYES AND COMPONENTS— Continued 

Aioic Diazo Components, Bases (Fast Color Bases) 

Total 

Azoic diazo component 4, base 

Azoic diazo component 5, base 

Azoic diazo component 13, base 

Azoic diazo component 20, base 

Azoic diazo component 28, base 

Azoic diazo component 32, base 

All other azoic diazo components, bases 

Azoic Diazo Components, Salts (Fast Color Salts) 
Total 

Azoic diazo component 1, salt 

Azoic diazo component 2, salt 

Azoic diazo component 3, salt 

Azoic diazo component A, salt 

Azoic diazo component 5, salt 

Azoic diazo component 6, salt 

Azoic diazo component 8, salt 

Azoic diazo component 9, salt-- 

Azoic diazo component 11, salt 

Azoic diazo component 12, salt 

Azoic diazo component 13, salt 

Azoic diazo component 20, salt 

Azoic diazo component 28, salt 

Azoic diazo component 32, salt 

Azoic diazo component 36, salt 

Azoic diazo component ^2, salt 

Azoic diazo component 48, salt 

All other azoic diazo components, salts 

Azoic Coupling Compontnts (Naphthol AS and Derivatives) 
Total 

Azoic coupling component 2 

Azoic coupling component 3 

Azoic coupling component 4 

Azoic coupling component 5 

Azoic coupling component 7 

Azoic coupling component 8 

Azoic coupling component 13 

Azoic coupling component 14 

Azoic coupling component 17 

Azoic coupling component 18 

Azoic coupling component 20 

Azoic coupling component 21 

Azoic coupling component 29 

Azoic coupling component 34 

All other azoic coupling components 

BASIC DYES 

Total 

Basic yellow 2 

Basic orange 1 



Production 



1,000 
pounds 

1,076 



377 

19 

64 

139 

468 



2,838 



350 
20 



339 
41 
247 
862 
20 
224 
104 
101 

74 
227 



2,764 



210 

370 

67 

25 



6,638 



561 
159 



Quantity 



338 

21 

60 

122 

323 



2,795 



20 
14 

323 
20 
90 
43 
70 

352 
51 

262 

828 
29 



16 
63 

418 



2,309 



60 
715 



58 
150 
355 

51 



5,790 



568 

161 



1,000 
dollars 
1,426 



422 
119 
69 
221 
561 



107 
41 



281 
572 



177 
43 
83 

537 



4,744 



566 
23 
24 
220 
954 
39 

157 
373 
551 
125 

101 



1,587 



13,466 



1,259 
160 



Unit 
value-'- 



See footnotes at end of table. 



18 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 

TABLE 8A. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Quantity 



BASIC DYES--Continued 

Basic orange 2 

Basic red 2 

Basic red 9 

Basic violet 1 

Basic violet 3 

Basic violet A 

Basic violet 10 

Basic blue 1 

Basic blue 7 

Basic blue 9 

Basic blue 26 

Basic green 1 

Basic green 4 

Basic brown 1 

Basic brown A 

All other basic dyes 

DIRECT DYES 

Total 

Direct yellow A 

Direct yellow 5 

Direct yellow 6 

Direct yellow 11 

Direct yellow 12 

Direct yellow 28 

Direct yellow 29 

Direct yellow AA 

Direct yellow 50 

Direct yellow 59 

Direct orange 1 

Direct orange 8 

Direct orange 15 

Direct orange 26 

Direct orange 29 

Direct orange 3<t 

Direct orange 37 

Direct orange 72 

Direct orange 73 

Direct orange 76 

Direct orange 81 

Direct red 1 

Direct red 2 

Direct red 10 

Direct red 13 

Direct red 16 

Direct red 23 

Direct red 24 

Direct red 26 

Direct red 28 

Direct red 31 

Direct red 37 

Direct red 39 

Direct red 75 

Direct red 79 

Direct red 80 --■ 

Direct red 81 

Direct red 83 

Direct red 84 

Direct red 122 

Direct red 127 and 127A 

Direct red 149 



1,000 
pounds 



1,000 
pounds 



1,000 
dollhrs 



268 
143 

1,313 
828 

57 
141 

15 
135 
324 

66 

85 

306 

194 

582 

1,461 



21,545 



257 
98 
785 
571 
331 
139 
61 
220 
140 



48 

94 

379 



220 

131 



84 
191 
218 

100 



284 
148 
9 
900 
765 

53 
139 

16 
117 
268 

72 

78 
342 
205 
592 
1,073 



22,450 



279 
120 
850 
616 
294 
168 
47 
229 
174 



146 
30 

129 
59 
50 
45 

101 



92 
429 



214 
141 

48 
114 

11 
109 

36 



201 
199 
58 



283 

444 

32 

1,313 

1,634 

168 

583 

65 

449 

555 

224 

268 

967 

207 

725 

4,130 



32,617 



527 
535 
1,255 
715 
692 
292 

73 
407 
342 

80 

53 
124 
168 

60 
324 
131 
133 
115 
306 

14 
167 
132 
672 

27 

84 

25 
457 
293 
112 
123 

34 
267 
100 

81 
200 
441 
515 

95 

29 
242 

18 



See footnotes at end of table. 



DYES 19 

TABLE 8A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Quantity 



Unit 
value-"^ 



DIRECT DYES— Continued 

Direct red 152 

Direct red 153 

Direct violet 1 

Direct violet 9 

Direct blue 1 

Direct blue 2 

Direct blue 6 

Direct blue 8 

Direct blue U 

Direct blue 15 

Direct blue 22 

Direct blue 2A 

Direct blue 25 

Direct blue 26 

Direct blue 67 

Direct blue 71 

Direct blue 76 

Direct blue 78 

Direct blue 80 

Direct blue 86 

Direct blue 98 

Direct blue 100 

Direct blue 120 and 120A 

Direct blue 126 

Direct blue 151 

Direct green 1 

Direct green 6 

Direct green 12 

Direct green 38 

Direct brown 1 

Direct brown 2 

Direct brown 6 

Direct brown 25 

Direct brown 31 

Direct brown 74 

Direct brown 95 

Direct brown 111 

Direct black A 

Direct black 9 

Direct black 17 

Direct black 22 

Direct black 38 

Direct black 51 

Direct black 67 

Direct black 78 

Direct black 80 

All other direct dyes 

DISPERSE DYES 

Total 

Disperse yellow 3 

Disperse yellow 5 

Disperse yellow 33 

Disperse orange 3 

Disperse orange 5 

Disperse orange 17 

Disperse red 1 

Disperse red 5 

Disperse red 11 

Disperse red 13 

Disperse red 15 



1,000 
pounds 



17 

34 

160 

2,112 

457 

33 



42 
37 
111 
537 
227 

90 
124 

154 
331 



368 
211 



326 

4,707 

84 

9 

156 

1,314 

3,783 



5,661 



1,000 
pounds 



1,000 
dollars 



14 
46 

194 
2,098 

444. 
45 
81 
30 
29 
33 
42 
23 



55 

92 

500 

210 

10 

93 

105 

28 

115 

378 



317 

253 
42 
11 
82 
42 

392 
56 

238 

105 
12 

362 

5,160 

99 

11 

167 
1,249 
3,543 



5,237 



89 


189 


365 




13 


45 




46 


82 


41 


38 


65 


39 


38 


79 


79 


61 


69 


L41 


128 


197 


40 


44 


55 


8 


11 


51 


18 


23 


32 


72 


69 


184 



14 

17 

31 

123 

427 

1,895 

246 

78 

64 

36 

52 

49 

112 

45 

70 

128 

70 

162 

146 

1,055 

361 

23 

221 

214 

36 

121 

425 

5 

33 

285 

370 

45 

25 

220 

62 

278 

196 

214 

129 

27 

359 

4,197 

233 

48 

249 

1,228 

7,690 



11,317 



See footnotes at end ol' table. 



20 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 

TABLE 8A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, i95S-- Continued 



Dye 



Quantity 



DISPERSE DYES— Continued 

Disperse red 17 

Disperse violet 1 

Disperse violet 4 

Disperse blue 1 

Disperse blue 3 

Disperse blue 7 

Disperse black 7 

Disperse black 9 

All other disperse dyes 

FLUORESCENT BRIGHTEMING AGENTS 

Total 

Fluorescent brightening agent 68 

All other fluorescent brightening agents 

FOOD, DRUG, AM) CC6METIC DYES 

Total 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Colors 
Total 

Blue No. 1 

Red No. 1 

Red No. 2— 

Red No. 3 

Red No. 4 

Yellow No. 4 

Yellow No. 5— - -- 

Yellow No. 6 

All other food, drug, and cosmetic colors 

Drug and Cosmetic Colors 
Total^ 

Orange No. 4 

Red No. 19 

Red No. 21 

Red No. 36 

Yellow No. 5 — 

All other drug and cosmetic colors 

MORDANT DYES 

Total 

Mordant yellow 1 

"ordant yellow 5 

Mordant yellow 8 

Mordant orange 1 

Mordant orange 6 

Mordant red 3 

Mordant red 7 

Mordant red 11 

Mordant blue 1 

Mordant blue 9 

Mordant brown 1 

Mordant brown 19 

Mordant brown 33 

Mordant brown 40 



unds 

64 

21 

26 

103 

580 

122 

174 

926 

3,018 



5,858 



27 
5,831 



1,905 



1,695 



6 

13 
43 

7 
141 



4,016 



1,000 
pounds 

55 
20 
35 
122 
579 
122 
118 
900 
2,626 



5,521 



1.000 
dollars 



5,521 



1,817 



1,611 



34 


34 


474 


193 


147 


718 


375 


423 


1,378 


24 


25 


494 


157 


136 


658 


35 


38 


132 


410 


374 


1,185 


434 


404 


1,337 


33 


30 


309 



10 

43 

3 

11 

131 



4,341 



33 


40 


46 


18 


6 


16 




4 


7 


29 


41 


56 




22 


21 




10 


29 


46 


52 


110 


119 


97 


162 




42 


97 




16 


26 


79 


92 


183 




10 


26 


33 


60 


103 




25 


70 



75 
56 
130 
445 
980 
677 
114 
754 
6,862 



13,338 



13,338 



6,685 



20 
537 



5,845 



See footnotes at end of table. 



DYES 21 

TABLE 8A. —Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, i958— Continued 



Dye 



Quantity 



MORDANT DYES— Continued 

Mordant black 3 

Utordant black 5 

Mordant black 11 

Mordant black 13 

Mordant black 17 

Mordant black 38 

All other mordant dyes 

SOLVENT DYES 

Total 

Solvent yellow 2 

Solvent yellow 3 

Solvent yellow lA 

Solvent orange 7 

Solvent red 2A 

Solvent red <i9 

Solvent violet 8 

Solvent blue 4 

Solvent blue 38- 

Solvent green 1 

Solvent green 3 

All other solvent dyes 

SULFUR DYES 

Total - 

Sulfur yellow 2 

Sulfur red 1 

Sulfur red 6 

Sulfur blue 5 

Sulfur blue 7 

Sulfur green 2 

Sulfur green 3 

Sulfur brown 10 

All other sulfur dyes 

VAT DYES 

Total 

Vat yellow 2, 8-l/2'». - 

Vat yellow 4-, 12-1/2% 

Vat orange 1, 20^6 

Vat orange 2, 12^6 

Vat orange 5, IO56 

Vat orange 9, 12?f 

Vat orange 15, lO^t 

Vat red 1, 13% 

Solubilized vat red 1, 37^ 

Vat red 10, 18^6 

Vat red 13, 11^ 

Vat violet 1, lljt 

Vat violet 2, 20;^ - - 

Vat violet 3, 15^ 

Vat violet 9, 12^- 

Vat violet 13, 6-lA°S,- 

Vat blue 1, 20°^- 

Vat blue 5, 16;^^ — 

Vat blue 6, 8-l/35t 

Solubilized vat blue 6, 17-l/25t 



1,927 

32 

1,010 



5,941 



302 
20 



25,199 



41,647 



1,000 
pounds 

36 
105 
2,056 
47 
994 
21 
565 



5,694 



26,084 



26 
32 
80 
18 
279 
32 
17 
58 
25,542 



41,975 



1,000 
dollars 

48 

232 

2,369 

124 

926 

64 

1,130 



■9,156 



89 


84 


115 


62 


50 


79 


818 


664 


806 


75 


93 


161 


681 


517 


884 




17 


104 


104 


95 


151 


63 






207 


191 


913 


6 


6 


17 


48 


47 


211 


3,788 


3,930 


5,715 



7,616 



20 

47 

113 

24 

246 

51 

25 

41 

7,049 



41,278 



1,170 


1,287 


1,393 


541 


658 


836 


71 


47 


112 


24a 


266 


608 


360 


494 


821 


325 


127 


309 


311 


468 


834 


699 


776 


1,251 


9 


10 


76 




128 


565 




52 


153 


295 


260 


531 




76 


156 




59 


88 


80 


93 


280 


486 


406 


767 


7,786 


8,693 


2,263 


364 


417 


353 


3,531 


3,423 


3,440 


71 


47 


304 



See footnotes at end of table. 



22 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

TABLE 8A. -- Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, i958— Continued 



Dye 



Production 



Quantity 



Unit 
value-"^ 



VAT DYES— Continued 

Vat blue U, 8-1/351 - ■ 

Vat blue 18, n^- 

Vat blue 20, Ujt— - 

Vat green 1, 6'fr 

Solubilized vat green 1, I2-I/256 

Vat green 3, Wjo 

Solubilized vat green 3, 26^^ 

Vat green 8, i-X,U% 

Vat green 9, 12-1/2?!,— 

Vat brown 1, 11^ 

Vat brown 3, 11;^ 

Vat brown 5, U^S 

Vat black 9, I656 

Vat black 25, 12-l/25t 

Vat black 27, 12-1/2^ 

All other vat dyes 

All other dyes^ 



unds 

56A 

597 

426 

3,419 

1,254 



1,450 
681 

1,026 
^30 
231 

1,150 

74A 

13,328 

807 



517 
537 
491 

3,122 
50 

1,481 
12 

1,108 

1,^3 
631 

1,015 
-153 
248 

1,240 

889 

10,911 

532 



1,000 
dollars 

589 

897 

778 

2,102 

192 

1,137 

91 

839 

790 

1,036 

1,376 

877 

568 

1,398 

1,035 

12,433 

1,283 



Per 
pound 

$1.14 
1.67 
1.58 

.67 
3.80 

.77 
7.58 

.76 

.53 
1.64 
1.36 
1.94 
2.29 
1.13 
1.16 
1.14 

2.41 



Calculated from rounded figures. 
^ Includes drug and cosmetic colors, external, data on which cannot be published separately without disclosing 
infonnation received in confidence. 

^ Includes oxidation bases and fiber-reactive and miscellaneous dyes. 



with 127 million pounds, valued at $164 million, in 1957. Sales of dyes in 1958 were thus 9.7 per- 
cent larger, in terms of quantity, and 7.9 percent larger, in terms of value, than such sales in 
1957. 

For many important low- and medium-priced dyes for which statistics are given in the re- 
port, production was smaller in 1958 than in 1957. In 1958 the output of vat blue I (synthetic in- 
digo) was 7.8 million pounds, or 4.3 percent less than the 8.1 million pounds reported for 1957; 
that of direct black 38 (direct black EW) was 4.7 million pounds, or 8.8 percent less than the 5.2 
million pounds reported for 1957. A smaller output in 1958, compared with 1957, was reported 
also for vat green 9 (42.8 percent smaller); vat black 25 (28.6 percent); acid black 1 (16.7 per- 
cent); vat green 1 (16.4 percent); mordant black 17 (13.8 percent); and mordant black 11 (13.3 
p e r c e nt) . 

On the other hand, production of a number of important dyes was larger in 1958 than in 1957. 
A greater output in 1958, compared with 1957, was reported for vat blue 6 (39.5 percent larger); 
vat yellow 2 (36.7 percent); direct black 80 (18.1 percent); vat brown 3 (13.5 percent); and basic 
violet 1 (5.0 percent). 

Although the revision of the Colour Index has resulted in a number of changes in the classifica- 
tion of dyes, the differences resulting fronn these changes are small in most instances, so that 
comparisons between the class totals for 1958 and those for former years are still significant. 

Table 9 summarizes production and sales of dyes in 1958, by clasd of application. Four 
classes of dyes accounted for more than 70 percent of the output of all dyes in 1958: Vat dyes 
accounted for 29.8 percent of the total output; sulfur dyes, for 18.3 percent; direct dyes, for 
15.4 percent; and acid dyes, for 8.2 percent. In 1958 the output of sulfur dyes was 14.3 percent 
greater than in 1957 and that of acid dyes, 3.4 percent greater. The output of vat dyes was 
slightly smaller in 1958 than in 1957, whereas the output of direct dyes was 24.4 percent smaller. 
The marked reduction in the reported production of direct dyes reflects in large part the transfer 
of many direct dyes to other use classifications. 

Significant changes were also reported in 1958 for a number of the smaller classes of dyes. 
Production of azoic dyes and their components in 1958 totaled 8.8 million pounds, or 7.6 percent 
more than the 8.2 million pounds reported for 1957. The output of all the azoic groups was greater 
in 1958 than in 1957; that of azoic compositions was 12.0 percent larger; of azoic salts, 11.3 per- 
cent; of azoic coupling components, 6.6 percent; and of azoic bases, 5.6 percent. In 1958 the out- 
put offood, drug, and cosmetic dyes totaled 1 .9 million pounds, or 1.3 percentless than that in 1957. 
In this report, statistics are given for the firsttimeon total production and sales of fluorescent 



DYES 



23 



brightening agents. The output of these compounds in 1958 totaled 5.9 million pounds; sales 
amounted to 5.5 million pounds, valued at $13.3 million. 

Table 10 shows production and sales of dyes in 1958, by chemical class. Four chemical 
classes of dyes accounted for more than three -fourths of all the dyes produced: Azo dyes accounted 



TABLE 9. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. traduction and sales of coal-tar dyes, by class of application, 1958 



Class of application 



Quanti ty 



Unit 
value ■"■ 



Total- - 

Acid 

Azoic dyes and components: 

Azoic compositions 

Azoic diazo components, bases (Fast color bases) 

Azoic diazo components, salts (Fast color salts) 

Azoic coupling components (Naphthol AS and derivatives) 

Basic 

Direct 

Disperse 

Fluorescent brightening agents 

Food, drug, and cosmetic dyes 

Mordant 

Solvent 

Sulfur 

Vat — - -- - — 

All other^ 



1,000 
pounds 
139,936 



11,48^ 

2,135 

1,076 

2,838 

2,76A 

6,^38 

21,545 

5,661 

5,858 

1,905 

-1,016 

5,941 

25,621 

41,647 

807 



1,000 
pound, 

139,290 



1.000 
dollars 
177,465 



11,983 

1,878 

884 

2,795 

2,309 

5,790 

22,450 

5,237 

5,521 

1,817 

4,341 

5,694 

26,084 

41,975 

532 



21,268 

3,918 

1,426 

2,713 

4,744 

13,466 

32,617 

11,317 

13,338 

7,480 

5,845 

9,156 

7,616 

41,278 

1,283 



Per 
pound 

$1.27 



1.77 

2.09 

1.61 

.97 

2.05 

2.33 

1.45 

2.16 

2.42 

4.12 

1.35 

1.61 

.29 

.98 

2.41 



''" Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Includes oxidation bases and fiber-reactive and miscellaneous dyes. Statistics for these groups cannot be pub- 
lished separately without disclosing information received in confidence. 



TABLE 10. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of coal-tar dyes, by chemical class, 1958 



Chemical class 



Unit 
value^ 



Total 

Acrldine 

Aminoketone 

Anthraquinone-- 

Azo 

Azoic 

Indigoid 

Ketone imine--- 

Nitro- • 

Oxazine 

Phthalocy anine ■ 

Qjinoline 

Stilbene 

Sulfur^ 

Thiazine 

Thiazole 

Triarylme thane- 

Xanthene 

All other^ 



1,000 
pounds 
139,936 



57 

30,121 

40,282 

8,813 

10,143 

588 

170 

34 

754 

196 

6,923 

25,621 

326 

320 

4,508 

722 

10,358 



1,000 
pounds 
139,290 



33 

41 

29,186 

41,135 

7,866 

11,300 

597 

237 

40 

69'4 

213 

6,802 

26,084 

269 

312 

3,746 

455 

10,280 



1.000 
dollars 
177,465 



93 

199 

45,649 

63,292 

12,801 

6,582 

1,335 

585 

142 

1,978 

889 

14,362 

7,616 

559 

677 

9,254 

2,240 

9,212 



Per 
pound 



$1.27 



2.82 
4.85 
1.56 
1.54 
1.63 

.58 
2.24 
2.47 
3.55 
2.85 
4.17 
2.11 

.29 
2.08 
2.17 
2.47 
4.92 

.90 



Calculated from rounded figures. 

2 Does not include vat sulfur dyes. 

' Includes oxidation bases, azine, hydroxyketone , methine, nitroso, vat sulfur, and miscellaneous dyes, and pro- 
duction of acridine dyes. Statistics for these groups cannot be published separately without disclosing information 
received in confidence. 



24 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



for 28.8 percent of the total; anthraquinone dyes, for 21.5 percent; sulfur dyes (not including vat 
sulfur dyes), for 18.3 percent; and indigoid dyes, for 7.2 percent. Except for the azo dyes--pro- 
duction of which was 20 percent smaller in 1958 than in 1957- -the output of the remaining three 
classes was greater in 1958 than in 1957. The output of sulfur dyes (except vat sulfur dyes) was 
14.3 percent larger in 1958 than in 1957; that of anthraquinone dyes was 13.6 percent greater; 
and that of indigoid dyes was 3 percent greater. The greatly reduced output reported for azo dyes 
in 1958, compared with 1957, in large part reflects revisions in the chemical classifications of 
these dyes. 

Toners and Lakes 

As the terms are used in this report, toners and lakes are synthetic organic pigments. 
Synthetic organic pigments are used in paints and related products, in printing inks, and in plas- 
tics and resin materials. Toners are full-strength pigments; reduced toners and lakes are ex- 
tended or diluted colors. 

Statistics on production and sales of all toners and lakes are given in table HA.' Statistics 
on the commercial forms (dry, flushed, pulp, and dispersed) of a few selected pigments are given 
in table 12. In this report, for the first time, individual toners and lakes are identified by the 
names used in the second edition of the new Colour /Tirfei rather than by their common names.* 

The total output of full-strength toners, reduced toners, and lakes in 1958--35.4 million 
pounds- -was not only smaller than the total in 1956 and that in 1957 but also was smaller than 
that in any year since 1946. Compared with the 1957 output of 37.8 million pounds, production in 
1958 was 6.3 percent smaller. Total sales of toners, reduced toners, and lakes in 1958 amounted 
to 27.8 million pounds, valued at $53.4 million, compared with 29.6 million pounds, valued at 
$56.9 million, in 1957. Sales of toners, reduced toners, and lakes in 1958 were thus 6.2 percent 
smaller than those in 1957, in terms of quantity, and 6.1 percent smaller in terms of value. 



TABLE llA. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of toners and lakes, 1958 

[Listed below are all toners and laies for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. Table 
IIB in pt. Ill lists all toners and lakes for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the 
manufacturer of each] 



Production 



CJuantity 



Unit 
value-"- 



Grand total 

TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS 

Total — 

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

Blue toners, total 

Pigment Blue 1, C.I. 42 595, PMA 

Pigment Blue 1, C.I. 42 595, PTA 

Pigment Blue 9, C.I. 42 025, PMA 

Pigment Blue 9, C.I. 42 025, PTA 

Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, alpha modification 

Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, beta modification 

Pigment Blue 19, C.I. 42 750A— 

All other 

Brown toners 

Green toners: 

Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, PMA 

Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, PTA - 

See footnotes at end of table. 



35,377 



26,040 



290 
25,750 



4,387 



T35" 
45 



2,119 
865 
804 
406 



82 



27,758 



19,474 



224 
19,250 



3,624 



TI3" 

45 

4 

8 

1,677 

685 

779 

308 

57 



1 ,000 

dollars 
53,410 



43,154 



1,026 
42,128 



10,830 

52T 

227 

25 

46 

4,938 

2,254 

1,953 

864 

107 

44 



Per 
pound 

$1.92 



4.58 
2.19 



2.99 

5.04 
6.25 
5,75 
2.94 
3.29 



' See also table IIB, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers, and table 24 in appendix A, 
which shows imports of toners and lakes during the years 1956-58. 

* See appendix D, which is a cross-reference list of Colour Index and common names of toners and lakes. 



TONERS AND U\KES 25 

TABLE llA. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of toners and lakes, 1958 — Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value -"■ 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS— Continued 

Green toners — Continued 

Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PMA- 

Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PTA- 

Pigment Green 4, C.I. 42 000, PMA 

Pigment Green 4, C.I. 42 000, PTA 

Pigment Green 7, C.I. 74 260 

Pigment Green 8, C.I. 10 006 

Orange toners, total 

Pigment Orange 2, O.I. 12 060 

Pigment Orange 5, C.I. 12 075 

Pigment Orange 13, C.I. 21 110 

Pigment Orange 16, C.I. 21 160 

All other 

Red toners, total 

Naphthol reds, total 

Pigment Red 2, C.I. 12 310 

Pigment Red 5, C.I. 12 490 

Pigment Red 17, C.I. 12 390 

Pigment Red 22, C.I. 12 315- 

Pigment Red 23, C.I. 12 355 

All otner naphthol reds 

Pigment Red 1, C.I. 12 070, dark 

Pigment Red 1, C.I. 12 070, light 

Pigment Red 3, C.I. 12 170 

Pigment Red 4, C.I. 12 085 

Pigment Red 38, C.I. 21 120 

Pigment Red 48, C.I. 15 865 

Pigment Red 49, C.I. 15 630, total 

Barium toner 

Calcium toner 

All other Pigment Red 49 toners and sodium salt- 
Pigment Red 52, C.I. 15 860 

Pigment Red 53, C.I. 15 585, barium toner 

Pigment Red 57, C.I. 15 850, calcium toner 

Pigment Red 58, C.I. 15 825 

Pigment Red 63, C.I. 15 880 

Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, MA— 

Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, PTA 

Pigment Red 90, C.I. 45 380 

All other 

Violet toners : 

Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, PMA 

Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, PTA 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, fugitive 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, PMA 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, PTA 

Yellow toners, total 

Benzidine yellows : 

Pigment Yellow 12, C.I. 21 090 

Pigment Yellow 13, C.I. 21 100 

Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 21 095 

Acetoacetanisidide Yellow, deb — .> aaoa 

Hansa yellows: 

Pigment Yellow 1, C.I. 11 680 

Pigment Yellow 3, C.I. 11 710 

All other 

See footnotes at end of table. 



6 

1,728 

343 



52 
159 



14,344 



66 

87 

91 

94 

74 

83 

504 

330 

2,194 

363 

69 

1,630 

4,416 

2,764 

1,273 

379 

438 

1,227 

675 

57 

63 

58 

85 

1,070 

670 



339 
238 
40 

3,584 



1,770 

18 

744 

121 

587 
130 
214 



1,331 
269 



44 
118 

49 
105 

48 

10,834 



339 

57 

31 

69 

91 

64 

27 

457 

297 

1,461 

286 

83 

1,379 

3,440 

1,971 

1,098 

371 

403 

808 

590 

52 

51 

53 

84 

320 

731 



14 
42 
297 
217 
37 

2,059 



854 

10 
452 
106 

416 
103 
118 



139 

326 

21 

38 

4,395 

370 

1,303 



60 
186 
159 
263 
635 

17,826 



1,258 

147 

270 

221 

254 

251 

115 

563 

357 

2,490 

397 

383 

2,525 

3,533 

1,988 

1,168 

377 

584 

1,023 

867 

135 

99 

319 

516 

621 

2,156 



225 
474 
588 
161 

5,169 



2,203 

40 

1,157 

359 

891 
198 
321 



26 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 

TABLE llA, -- Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of toners and lakes, 1958 — Continued 



Production 



Toner 
content 



Unit 
value ■"■ 



REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS 



5,372 



,000 

1,347 



UTldS 

5,348 



7,527 



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

Blue toners, reduced, total 

Pigment Blue 1, C.I. 42 595, PMA 

Pigment Blue 14, C.I. 42 600, PMA -- 

Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, alpha modification 

Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, beta modification 

All other 

Green toners, reduced, total 

Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, FMA 

Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PMA 

Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PTA 

Pigment Green 7, C.I. 74 260 

Pigment Green 8, C.I. 10 006 

All other 

Orange toners, reduced 

Red toners, reduced, total 

Naphthol reds, reduced: 

Pigment Red 22, C.I. 12 315 

Pigment Red 23, C.I. 12 355 

Pigment Red 3, C.I. 12 120 — 

Pigment Red 49, C.I. 15 630, barium toner 

Pigment Red 57, C.I. 15 850- 

Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, FUk 

Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, PTA - 

All other 

Violet toners, reduced, total 

Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170— 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, fugitive 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, PMA 

All other 

Yellow toners, reduced, total 

Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 21 095 

(Basic Yellow 2), C.I. 41 000, fugitive 

All other 



108 
5,264 



1,310 



111 
5,237 



7,428 



2,075 



64 
394 
846 

76 
695 

1,043 



2,048 



3,209 



47 

288 

18 



36 
27 
25 
607 
178 
170 



1,130 



425 

990 



1,058 



76 

644 

1,429 

87 
973 

1,393 



178 
54 
36 



32 
22 
643 
187 
140 



1,117 



59 

50 

930 

111 

200 



1,209 



129 

113 
107 
108 

49 
122 

27 
475 



3 
180 



143 
128 

78 
105 

30 
111 



104 
104 



102 
46 
196 

47 



225 
218 



5 
351 



TW 



ound 
$1.41 



1.42 



1.57 
1.25 
1.52 
1.44 
.99 
2.01 



1.32 
1.26 
1.84 
2.27 
1.45 
.59 
1.43 



.81 
.55 
.42 
1.17 
1.42 
1.17 
1.39 



1.56 
.99 
1.20 
1.14 
5.45 



1.35 



Quantity 



Unit 
value ^ 



LAKES OR LAKED COLORS 

Total ■ 

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

Blaolc lakes: (Natural Black 3), C.I. 75 291 -- 

Blue lakes : 

Pigment Blue 17, C.I. 74 180 

Pigment Blue 24, C.I. 42 090 

Green lakes 

Orange lakes; Pigment Orange 17, C.I. 15 510 



3,965 



1 ,000 

Pounds 
2,936 



2,729 



91 
3,874 



68 
2,868 



48 
2,681 



24 
2,182 



22 

1,074 



19 
1,134 



$0.93 



.71 
.93 



.86 

1.06 



See footnotes at end of table. 



TONERS AND LAKES 27 

TABLE llA. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of toners and lakes, 1958 — Continued 



ftiantity 



Unit 
value-"- 



LAKES OR LAKED COLORS— Continued 

Red lakes, total 

Pigment Red 60, C.I. 16 105 

Pigment Red 83, C.I. 58 000— 

(Acid Red 26), C.I. 16 150 

All other 

Violet lakes, total 

Pigment Violet 5, C.I. 58 055 

All other 

Yellow lakes, total 

(Acid Yellow 23), C.I. 19 140 

All other 



I ,000 

pounds 



1,000 

dollars 

826 



Per 
pound 



137 
108 
539 

111 



U3 
61 
571 
101 



205 
184 
249 
188 



$0.94 



1.43 

3.02 

.44 



214 
40 



2.28 
1.67 



107 
21 



118 
21 



-'■ Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Includes all black toners and unspecified green and -violet toners. 

^ Includes all black and all brown reduced -toners. 

■* Includes all bro-wn lakes and unspecified black, blue, and orange lakes. 



Inde 



numbers shown in this report are the identifying numbers given in the second edi- 



Note.~The C.I. IColou 
tion of the Co i our Index. 

When the name of a color is enclosed in parentheses, it indicates that this name is that of the dye from which the 
pigment can be made and that no name forthe pigment itself is given In the Colour Index, 

The abbreviations fMA and PTA stand for phosphomolybdic and phosphotungstlc (including phosphotungstomolybdic ) 
acids, respectively. The abbreviation deb stands for dichlorobenzene, and the abbre-vlation aaoa, for o-acetoacet- 
anisidide. 



Production of full-strength toners in 1958 was 6.2 percent smaller than in 1957; the output in 
1958 totaled 26.0 nnillion pounds, compared with 27.8 million pounds in 1957. Sales of full-strength 
toners in 1958 were 7.6 percent smaller than in 1957, in terms of quantity, and 8.3 percent 
smaller, in terms of value. In 1958, sales amounted to 19.5 million pounds, valued at $43.2 mil- 
lion, compared with 21.1 million pounds, valued at $47.1 million, in 1957. More than 50 percent 
of the 1958 output of full-strength toners consisted of red toners (14.3 million pounds). Individual 
toners produced in the largest quantities in 1958 were Pigment Red 49 (C.I. 15 630), 4.4 million 
pounds; Pigment Blue 15 (C.l. 74 160), 3.0 million pounds; Pigment Red 3 (C.I. 12 120), 2.2 
million pounds; Pigment Yellow 12 (C.I. 21 090), 1.8 million pounds; Pigment Green 7 (C.l. 74 
260), 1.7 million pounds; Pigment Red 48 (C.l. 15 865), 1.6 million pounds; the barium toner of 
Pigment Red 53 (C.I. 15 585), 1.2 million pounds; and Pigment Red 90 (C.I. 45 380), 1.1 million 
pounds. 

Production of reduced (extended) toners amounted to 5.4 million pounds in 1958- -2.7 percent 
less than the 5.5 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales of reduced toners in 1958 were about 
the same as in 1957, in terms of quantity, but 9.9 percent larger, in terms of value. In 1958, 
sales amounted to 5.3 million pounds, valued at $7.5 million, compared with 5.4 million pounds, 
valued at $6.8 million, in 1957. Pigment Blue 15 (C.I. 74 160), the output of which was 922,000 
pounds, was the reduced toner produced in the largest quantity in 1958. 

Production of lakes (laked colors) in 1958 totaled 4.0 million pounds--ll.l percent less than 
the 4.5 million pounds produced in 1957. Sales in 1958 totaled 2.9 million pounds, valued at $2.7 
million, compared with 3.2 million pounds, valued at $3.0 million, in 1957. In terms of quantity, 
sales of lakes in 1958 were 7.1 percent smaller than in 1957, and in terms of value, 8.3 percent 
smaller. Pigment Blue 24 (C.I. 42 090) was the lake produced in the largest quantity in 1958; the 
output of this pigment was 2. 2 million pounds. 

Statistics on production and sales of the dry, flushed, pulp, and dispersed forms of 13 se- 
lected colors are given in table 12. Of these colors, sales in the flushed form (including the value 
of the oil) were larger (value basis) than sales in any other form for Pigment Blue 19 (C.I. 42 
750A), Pigment Blue 24 (C.I. 42 090), Pigment Red 90 (C.I. 45 380), and fugitive Pigment Violet 
3 (C.I. 42 535); for each of the other 9 colors, sales (value basis) in the dry form were largest. 



28 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 12. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of selected colors in dry, flushed, pulp, and 

dispersed forms , 1958^ 



Color and form 



Produc tion 



Quantity 



Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 7A 160: 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Dispersed form 

Pigment Blue 19, C.I. A2 750A:^ 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Pigment Blue 2A, C.I. 42 090:'' 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pigment Green 7, C.I. 7A 260: 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Dispersed form 

Pigment Red 3, C.I. 12 120: 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Dispersed form 

Pigment Red 49, C.I. 15 630, barium toner :^ 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pigment Red 49, C.I. 15 630, calcium toner: 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Dispersed form 

Pigment Red 49, C.I. 15 630, sodium salt:'' 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pigment Red 53, C.I. 15 585, barium toner :5 

Dry fonii 

Flushed form 

Pigment Red 90, C.I. 45 380:'' 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, fugitive:'' 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, permanent:^ 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Pigment Yellow 12, C.I. 21 090; Pigment Yellow 13, C.I. 21 
100; Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 21 095; and other benzi- 
dine yellows ; 

Dry form 

Flushed form 

Pulp form 

Dispersed form 



1 ,000 

pounds 

2,430 

770 

1,729 

1,725 

111 

2,809 

820 

498 
2,834 

1,480 
131 
828 
368 

1,734 
754 
215 



2,204 
2,238 

1,165 
646 
184 
27 



273 
230 



937 
872 



2,229 

233 

544 

297 

207 

24 



1,540 

2,852 

231 

355 



00 


1,000 


ds 


dollars 


2,039 


5,259 


531 


777 


1,489 


2,247 


2,415 


958 


101 


236 


1,940 


1,944 


885 


458 


135 


144 


2,422 


1,484 


1,329 


3,437 


104 


235 


711 


1,260 


364 


331 


1,109 


1,838 


429 


347 


158 


74 


68 


46 


1,942 


1,851 


1,964 


913 


1,103 


1,081 


647 


390 


90 


18 


25 


26 


264 


268 


230 


134 


789 


953 


824 


554 



236 
456 



1,214 

2,316 

90 

662 



1,034 



314 
381 



573 
254 



2,580 

1,583 

94 

277 



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

^ Calculated from rounded figures. 

■' Data on the dispersed form were accepted in confidence and may not be published, since publication would reveal 
the operations of individual companies. 

'' Data on the pulp form were accepted in confidence and may not be published, since publication would reveal the 
operations of individual companies. There was no production or sales in the dispersed form. 

' Data on the pulp and dispersed forms were accepted in confidence and may not be published, since publication 
would reveal the operations of individual companies. 



MEDICINALS 29 

Medicinals 

In this report, medicinal chemicals are divided into three major groups: (1) Benzenoid com- 
pounds, derived principally from coal tar; (2) alicyclic and heterocyclic compounds, usually de- 
rived from vegetable products and animal tissues, but sometimes also 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 medici- 
nal itself, exclusive of all diluents or other materials used in mixing or compounding tablets, 
solutions, and suspensions for consumer use. Except for antibiotics, the statistics on sales in- 
clude only that part of the original (primary) production that was sold in undiluted or uncom- 
pounded form, including 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. 

In 1958 the output of all the medicinal chemicals covered in this report amounted to 101.4 
million pounds (see table 13A^), or 2.2 percent more than the 98.8 million pounds reported for 

1957. Sales totaled 81.4 million pounds, valued at $554.7 million, in 1958, compared with sales 
of 80.0 million pounds, valued at $576.0 million, in 1957. 

The output of all cyclic medicinals in 1958 announted to 70.0 million pounds. Of this quantity, 
49.1 million pounds consisted of benzenoid medicinals and 21.0 million pounds, of alicyclic and 
heterocyclic medicinals. Production of acyclic medicinals was 31.4 million pounds in 1958, com- 
pared with 30.0 million pounds in 1957. In terms of quantity, acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) was 
the most important medicinal produced in 1958. The output in that year was 20.8 million pounds, 
compared with 18.1 million pounds in 1957; sales amounted to 16.3 million pounds, valued at 
$8.8 million, in 1958, compared with 16.8 million pounds, valued at $8.7 million, in 1957. Pro- 
duction of sulfa drugs in 1958--3.72 million pounds- -declined slightly from the 3.84 million 
pounds produced in 1957. Production of barbituric acid and derivatives totaled 790,000 pounds 
in 1958- -slightly more than the 755,000 pounds produced in 1957. Sales of barbituric acid and 
derivatives totaled 513,000 pounds, valued at $2.4 million, in 1958, compared with 457,000 
pounds, valued at $2.4 million, in 1957. 

In terms of value, the antibiotics- -as a group- -were the nnost important medicinals produced 
in 1958. Total production of antibiotics for human and veterinary use was 2,612,000 pounds in 

1958, or 239,000 pounds more than the output of 2,373,000 pounds reported for 1957. Sales totaled 
1,882,000 pounds, valued at $304.7 million, compared with 1,986,000 pounds, valued at $323.5 
million, in 1957. Production of penicillin salts totaled 392 trillion international units in 1958, 
compared with 526 trillion international units in 1957. Sales of penicillin salts totaled 372 tril- 
lion international units, valued at $60.3 million, in 1958, compared with 456 trillion international 
units, valued at $66.3 million, in 1957. The output of dihydrostreptomycin amounted to 561,000 
pounds in 1958, compared with the 582,000 pounds reported for 1957; sales totaled 465,000 pounds, 
valued at $17.9 million, in 1958, compared with 462,000 pounds, valued at $20.0 million, in 1957. 
The output of streptomycin totaled 179,000 pounds in 1958, compared with 198,000 pounds in 1957. 
Production of neomycin base amounted to 35,000 pounds in 1958; sales were 24,000 pounds, valued 
at $6.1 million. Production of tetracycline was 287,000 pounds in 1958; sales were 243,000 pounds, 
valued at $88.9 million- -$28.6 million more than the value of sales of penicillin salts. 

The combined output of the three broad spectrum antibiotics - -chlorotetracycline, chloram- 
phenicol, and oxytetracycline- -totaled 779,194 pounds in 1958; sales of these products in 1958 
amounted to 320,202 pounds, valued at $77.9 million. Total production of antibiotics for animal 
feed supplements, food preservation, and crop spraying in 1958 was 903,000 pounds, compared 
with the 870,000 pounds reported for 1957. Sales of these products in 1958 amounted to 1,053,000 
pounds, valued at $39.7 million. 

Among the other important groups of medicinal products in 1958 were the vitamins. In 1958 
the combined output of vitamins--as a group--was 9.8 million pounds, compared with 8.6 million 
pounds-, in 1957. Sales of vitamins totaled 6.9 million pounds, valued at $78.2 million, in 1958, 
compared with 6.5 million pounds, valued at $79.8 million, in 1957. In terms of quantity, the 1958 
output of some of the more important vitamins was as follows: Niacin, 2.2 million pounds; as- 
corbic acid and derivatives, 4.2 million pounds; pantothenic acid and derivatives, 1 , 160,000 pounds; 
thiamine derivatives, 303,000 pounds; and vitamin A (alcohol and esters), 351,000 pounds 
(355,442 billion U.S. P. units). In terms of value of sales, vitamin A (alcohol and esters) was 
the most important product in the vitamin group. Sales of this medicinal in 1958 totaled 257,000 
pounds, valued at $22.1 million. Sales of vitamin B12 were 848 pounds, valued at $18.2 million, 
and of ascorbic acid and derivatives, 3,343,000 pounds, valued at $13.8 million. 

In 1958 sales of all hormones totaled 46,000 pounds, valued at $24.9 million. The output of 
tranquilizers in 1958 amounted to 657,000 pounds. By far the most important tranquilizer was 
2-methyl-2-n-propyl- 1, 3-propanediol dicarbamate, production of which totaled 465,000 pounds; 
sales amounted to 462,000 pounds, valued at $2.2 million. 

5 See also table 13B, pt. HI, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers, and table 24 in appendix A, 
which shows imports of medicinals and pharmaceuticals during the years 1956-58. 



30 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 13A. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of medicinal s, 1958 

[Listed below are all synthetic organic medicinals 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 13B in pt. Ill lists alphabetically all medicinals for which data on production or 
sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Production 



Grand total - 



pounds 
101,391 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC 



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

Ben:enoid 

Total 

Aoetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin) 

Amino acids 

p-Aminobenzoic acid and derivatives, total 

Procaine hydrochloride 

All other 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, potassium salt 

Antihistamines 

Bismuth subgallate 

Bismuth subsalicylate 

Carbasone (p-Carbamidobenzenearsonic acid) 

a,a'-Diethyl-4,<i'-stilbenediol (Diethylstilbestrol) 

N,a-Dimethylphenethylamine (Desoxyephedrine ) hydrochloride 

Dyes, medicinal 

p-Hydroxybenzoio acid esters: 

Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

3-(o-Methoxyphenoxy )-l,2-propanediol (Glyceryl guaiacyl 

ether) 

a-Methylphenethylamine (Amphetamine) base and salts 

Salicylic acid 

Salicylic acid salts, total 

Sodium salicylate 

All other 

Sulfa drugs 

Thymol 

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

Vitamin K (Menadione) 

All other benzenoid medicinals 

AUcyclic and Heterocyclic 
Total - — 

Alkaloids and related products, total 

Homatropine methyl bromide 

All other 

Amino acids 

Antibiotics for human or veterinary use, total 

Bacitracin 

Dihydrostreptomycin 

Neomycin, base 

Penicillin salts, total* 

Potassium penicillin G 

Potassium penicillin V 

Procaine penicillin G 

Sodium penicillin G 

All other penicillin salts 



23,095 
-i6,9^3 



49,081 



20,819 



623 

117 



8,454 
538 



499 
39 

3,725 
71 

25 

14,228 



2,612 



561 
35 

516 
96 
66 

271 
23 



81,405 



17,729 
34,021 



34,784 



16,312 
9 

628 



628 
74 

26 
23 

5 
10 

2 
27 



6,814 
529 



63 

7 

10,001 



16,966 



491 
104 



284 
21 



554,664 



518,438 



57,441 
460,997 



41,930 



8,840 

119 



1,782 



1,782 
172 



28 
364 

17 
270 

362 
109 



2,628 
429 



342 
87 



129 

81 

26,384 



476,508 



1,986 



52 
1,934 



304,714 



1,145 
17,877 

6,105 
60,321 
11,161 
11,207 
18,795 
934 
18,224 



See footnotes at end of table. 



MEDICINAlS 31 

TABLE 13A- —Synthetic organic chemiccdsi U.S. production and sales of medicinals , J958— Continued 



Production-'- 



Sales^ 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC--Continued 
Alicychc and fleterocyci ic--Contlnued 

Antibiotics for human or veterinary use — Continued 

Streptomycin 

Tetracycline 

All other 

Antibiotics for animal-feed supplements, food preservation, 
and crop spraying 

Antihistamines, total 

2-[3-(Dimethylamino)-l-phenylpropyl] pyridine maleate 

All other 

Barbituric acid and derivatives, total 

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

and salt 

5,5-Diethylbarbituric acid (Barbital) 

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

5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbituric acid (Phenobarbital) (Luminal) 

5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbitu2'ic acid, sodium salt 

All other 

Bile acids and salts, total 

Desoxycholic acid 

All other 

Bromocamphor, mono- 

Caffeine, natural and synthetic 

5-Chloro-7-iodo-8-quinolinol ( lodochlorohydroxyquinoline )-- 

Dihydrocodeinone bi tartrate 

5,7-Diiodo-8-quinolinal 

Hormones, total 

Hydrocortisone alcohol and acetate 

17-Hydroxy-ll-dehydrocorticosterone (Cortisone) and 

acetate 

Prednisolone 

All other 

Piperazine derivatives, total 

Piperazine dihydrochloride 

All other 

8-C3uinolinol (8-Hydroxyquinoline) salts and esters 

Theophylline ( 1,3 -Dime thy Lxanthine) base and derivatives, 

total 

Theophylline ethylenediamine (Aminophylline) 

All other 

Tranquilizers 

Vitamins, total 

A (alcohol and esters),^ '' from all sources 

Bi (Thiamine derivatives) 

B2 (Riboflavin for human consumption) (100^) 

Be (Pyridoxine) 

B12 (100^), all grades^ — - 

D2 (Irradiated ergosterol)' 

D3 (Irradiated animal sterol )-'-° 

Niacin (Nicotinic acid, including animal-feed grade) 

Niacinamide 

All other 

All other alicyclic and heterocyclic medicinals 



1 ,000 
pounds 

179 

287 

1,027 

903 
261 



12 
249 



135 
305 



344 

245 



1,513 

16 

3 

23 



62 
149 

192 

4,432 



351 

303 

228 

47 



2 

2,242 

715 

542 

8,867 



166 
243 
487 

1,053 

111 



10 
101 



37 
262 



184 
122 



122 

6 

1,659 

10 

3 



257 
210 
180 



(') 



1,321 
613 
371 

7,728 



5,797 
88,908 
124,561 



39,722 
3,273 



371 
2,902 
2,433 



24 

227 

847 

51 

1,204 

1,364 



1,364 

25 

4,069 

35 

769 



24,922 



4,105 

1,886 
18,931 

904 



42 
862 



60,892 



22,099 
3,201 
2,546 
3,217 

18,223 
175 
308 
2,776 
2,205 
6,142 

31,057 



Per 

Poun 



434.92 
365.88 
255.77 

37.72 
29.49 



37.10 
28.73 



6.67 
3.00 



11.18 

4.17 
2.45 
3.50 
256.33 
3.55 

541.78 



1,026.25 



1,886.00 
461.73 



20.34 



85.99 
15.24 
14.14 
82.49 
18,223.00 

308.00 
2.10 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



TABLE 13A.--Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of medicinals, 1958 — Continued 



Production-"- 



Sales^ 



Quantity 



Unit 
value-' 



MEDICINAI5, ACYCLIC 
Total 

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

Amino acids, total 

P-Alanine 

l(-^) -Glutamic acid hydrochloride 

1(''")-I0''sine hydrochloride 

All other 

Betaine hydrochloride 

Chloretone (tert-Trichlorobutyl alcohol) 

Choline bitartrate 

Choline chloride, for animal and poultry feed and for use 

as a chemical intermediate 

Choline chloride, medicinal grade only 

Choline dihydrogen citrate 

Ethylenediamine diiodide 

Ethyl iodide 

Methyl iodide 

Tranquilizers: 2-Methyl-2-n-propyl-l,3-propanediol dicar- 

bamate (Meprobamate ) (Equanil) (Miltown) 

Vitamins, total 

Ascorbic acid and derivates, total 

Ascorbic acid 

All other 

Pantothenic acid and derivatives, total 

Pantothenic acid, d-caloium salt 

Pantothenic acid, dl-calcium salt 

All other 



31,353 



29,655 



dollars 
36,226 



8,776 
22,577 



9,448 
20,207 



6,35-1 
29,872 



.67 
1.48 



4,2-^5 



3,860 



7,247 



121 
3,471 



12,294 
19 



465 
5,331 



3,200 



4,171 

4,171 

1,160 

134 

942 

84 



462 
3,927 



1,133 
115 
872 

5,127 

54 
27 
140 

2,765 
24 
77 
23 
43 
35 



2,219 
17,218 



1.38 
2.25 



.24 
1.00 
1.07 
2.88 
3.07 
3.18 

4.80 
4.38 



3,343 

2,844 

499 

584 

438 
146 



13,776 
11,663 
2,113 
3,442 

1,271 
2,171 



4.12 
4.10 
4.23 
5.89 

2.90 
14.87 



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 medicinals. 

^ Except for antibiotics, sales include only that part of the original production which is sold in undiluted or 
unoompounded form including that sold in bulk and that sold in packages (tablets, ampoules, etc. ). Sales of anti- 
biotics include all forms (both undiluted or uncompounded and diluted or compounded) including that sold in bulk 
and that sold in packages. 

•^ Calculated from rounded figures. 

* 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 : 



Sales 



Quantity 



Unit value 



Penicillin salts, total-- 
Potassium penicillin G- 
Potassium penicillin V- 
Procaine penicillin G-- 

Sodium penicillin G 

All other 



ernational i 
391,574 



nati 



372,288 



72,532 
50,938 
205,147 
17,711 
45,246 



78,878 
23,365 
214,661 
16,007 
39,377 



1 ,000 

do liars 
60,321 



Per bill, on 
ntemational units 

$162.03 



11,161 
11,207 
18,795 
934 
18,224 



141.50 

479.65 

87.56 

58.35 

462.81 



' Commercial sales are based on international units. 

^ Quantities reported in units have been converted to pounds by 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 from all sources totaled 355,442 billion U.S. P. units; sales totaled 
253,952 billion U.S. P. units. 

^ Production of vitamin B12, all grades, totaled 848 pounds; sales totaled 575 pounds, with a unit value of 
$69.81 per gram. 

' Production of, vitamin Dj totaled 16,906 billion U.S. P. units and sales totaled 8,872 billion U.S. P. units. Cal- 
culated at the rate of 18.14 billion units per pound, production totaled 932 pounds and sales totaled 489 pounds. 

'-° Production of vitamin D3 totaled 38,143 billion U.S. P. units and sales totaled 15,815 billion U.S. P. units. 
Calculated at the rate of 18.14 billion units per pound, production totaled 2,103 pounds and sales totaled 872 
pounds. 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS 



33 



Flavor and Perfume Materials 

Flavor and perfume materials are chemicals- -with desirable flavors or odors- -that are used 
in the manufacture of food, beverages, cosmetics, and soaps and to disguise unpleasant odors in 
industrial products. This report includes data on materials derived from natural products by ac- 
tual chemical processes and from coal tar; it does not include data on purely natural products, 
such as floral essences, essential oils, and other materials that are obtained by simple extrac- 
tion 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 (I) benzenoid and naphthalenoid, and (2) terpenoid, heterocyclic, and alicyclic. Statistics on 
the production and sales of flavor and perfume materials in 1958 are given in table 14A.' 

Production of flavor and perfume materials as a group totaled 43.4 million pounds in 1958-- 
4.1 percent less than the 45.3 million pounds produced in 1957. Sales were 39.7 million pounds, 
valued at $52.2 million, in 1958, compared with 42.1 million pounds, valued at $58.6 million, in 
1957. 

TABLE 14A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of flavor and perfume materials, 1958 

[Listed below are all synthetic organic flavor and perfume materials 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 pub- 
lished, or where no data were reported. ) Table 14B in pt. Ill lists alphabetically all flavor and perfume materials 
for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Unit 
value-' 



Grand total 

FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC 

Total 

Materials for which separate statistics may not be shovm- 
Materials for which separate statistics are sho^vn below-- 

Bemenoid and ^aphthalenold 

Total 

4-Allylveratrole (Eugenyl methyl ether) 

p-Anisaldehyde (p-Methoxybenzaldehyde ) 

Benzophenone^ 

Benzyl acetate 

Benzyl alcohol^ ■* 

Benzyl cinnamate 

Cinnamyl alcohol 

Ethyl a,P-epoxy-P-methylhydrocinnamate (Ethyl methyl- 

. phenylglyoidate) 

Eugenol 

Isobutyl phenylacetate (Isobutyl « -toluate ) 

Isoeugenol 

Isopentyl salicylate (Amyl salicylate) 

4-Methoxyacetophenone 

Methyl anthranilate 

ti-Methylbenzyl acetate 

Methyl salicylate (Synthetic wintergreen oil) 

a-Pentylc innamaldehyde (a -Amylcinnamaldehyde ) 

Phenethyl acetate 

Phenethyl alcohol 

Phenethyl isobutyrate 

All other benzenoid and naphthalenoid materials 



pounds 



1,000 
dollars 

52 , 2^6 



20,941 



31,<i98 



9,614 
15,385 



6,182 
U,759 



12,455 



11,380 
19,618 



15,890 



318 
140 
794 
643 



7 
154 
23 



3,193 
326 



5,311 



306 
116 
905 
647 



145 
23 
66 

287 
7 

147 

,243 

262 

66 

891 

3 



459 
132 
465 
309 



32 

252 
22 

202 

198 
15 

193 

1,804 

415 

75 

945 

11 
10,171 



1.92 

1.33 



1.50 

1.13 

.51 



1.67 

4.70 
1.73 

.95 
3.07 

.69 
2.18 
1.32 

.56 
1.59 
1.13 
1.06 
3.61 
1.95 



See footnotes at end of table. 



See also table 14B, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



34 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



TABLE 14A. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of flavor and perfume materials, 

i558— Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC--Continued 

Terpenoid, Heterocyclic, and Alicylic 

Total 

Cedryl acetate 

Citral (Geranial ) 

Citronellal 

Citronellol 

Ci tronellyl acetate 

Citronellyl formate 

Coumarin 

Ethyl oxyhydrate 

Geraniol 

Geranyl acetate 

Geranyl formate 

Hydroxycitronellal 

Hydroxycitronellal, dimethyl acetal 

lonones, total 

a-Ionone 

All other 

Linalool 

Linalyl acetate 

Menthol, synthetic, total 

Tech 

U.S.P 

Methylionones 

Plperonal (Heliotropln ^ 

Rhodinol 

Safrole 

Sweeteners , synthetic * 

Terpineols 

Terpinyl acetate 

Vetivenyl acetate 

All other teipenoid, heterocyclic, and alicyclic materials' 

FLAVOR AND PERFUME I^TERIALS, ACYCLIC 

Total 

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

Ethyl butyrate 

Glutamic acid, monosodium salt (Monosodium glutamate ) 

<*-Hydroxyimdecanoic acid, Y-lactone (Y-Undecalactone ) 

n-Octyl acetate 



1,000 
pounds 



250 
290 



571 
28 

310 
38 



150 
128 



369 

228 

11 

233 

2,350 

2,112 



3,303 



18,433 



557 
17,876 



171 
17,702 



1,000 

8,486 



i.oon 

dollars 



546 
24 

194 

27 

2 

199 



120 
106 



321 
197 



2,102 

2,197 

349 



18,759 



535 
18,224 



163 

18,052 

3 



174 

457 

^7 

34 

1,640 

21 

400 



7 

824 

12 



430 
380 



1,679 



179 
1,500 

1,347 

486 

342 

50 

3,756 
580 
165 
198 

1,709 



19,860 



113 

19,727 

14 

6 



Calculated from the unrounded figures . 

Includes some of technical grade. 

Includes some of medicinal grade. 

Includes salts of cyclohexanesulfamic acid and saccharin. 

Includes chemically modified essential oils. 



The output of benzenoid and naphthalenoid flavor and perfume materials in 1958 was 13.4 
million pounds- -10.3 percent less than the 14.9 million pounds reported for 1957. The individual 
chemical in the cyclic group that was produced in the greatest volume in 1958 was methyl sali- 
cylate (synthetic wintergreen oil, 3.2 million pounds). Sales of benzenoid and naphthalenoid flavor 
and perfume materials as a group totaled 12.5 million pounds, valued at $15.9 million, in 1958, 
compared with 13.2 million pounds, valued at $17.3 million, in 1957. 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 



35 



Production of terpenoid, heterocyclic, and alicyclic flavor and perfume materials in 1958 
was 11.6 million pounds--5.8 percent less than the 12.3 million pounds reported for 1957. Pro- 
duction of synthetic sweeteners, which include derivatives of cyclohexanesulfamic acid and sac- 
charin, totaled 2.4 million pounds. Sales of terpenoid, heterocyclic, and alicyclic materials as 
a group totaled 8.5 million pounds, valued at $15.6 million, in 1958, compared with 8.9 million 
pounds, valued at $18.4 million, in 1957. 

The output of acyclic flavor and perfume materials in 1958 totaled 18.4 million pounds--2.2 
percent more than the 18.0 million pounds reported for 1957. By far the most important product 
in this group was monosodium glutamate, production of which totaled 17.7 million pounds, or 
more than 96 percent (by quantity) of the acyclic group. Sales of acyclic materials totaled 18.8 
million pounds, valued at $20.7 million, in 1958, compared with 20.0 million pounds, valued at 
$22.8 million, in 1957. 

Plastics and Resin Materials 



Plastics and resin materials are condensation or polymerization products of organic chem- 
icals containing necessary fillers, plasticizers, and extenders. At some stage in their manu- 
facture they exist in such physical condition that they can be shaped or processed by the appli- 
cation of heat and pressure. Some types of plastics may be molded, cast, or extruded into 
finished or semifinished forms. Other types are used as adhesives, for the treatment of tex- 
tiles and paper, and for protective coatings. Still other types of plastics materials may be 
processed into sheets, rods, and tubes, which are further manufactured into finished articles. 
Except for vinyl resins, the statistics given in the following tables are based on the total weight 
of the materials, excluding liquids. Statistics on vinyl resins are given on the basis of resin 
content. 

Statistics on the production and sales of plastics and resins are given in table 1 5A' accord- 
ing to chemical composition, and in table 16 according to broad end uses. In 1958 the total pro- 
duction of all synthetic plastics and resin materials (except cellulosics) amounted to 4,518 mil- 
lion pounds, or 4.1 percent more than the 4,340 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales amounted 
to 4,057 million pounds, valued at $1,275 million, in 1958, compared with 3,789 million pounds, 
valued at $1,234 million, in 1957. 

TABLE 15A. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. /production and sales of plastics and resin materials , grouped by 

chemical composition, 1958 

1 (quantities and values are given in terms of the total weight of the materials (dry basis). Listed below are all 
plastics and resin materials 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 15B in pt. Ill lists all plastics and resin materials for which data on production or sales were reported 
and identifies the manufacturer of each ] 



Grand total - 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS, BENZENOID 
Total 



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

Coumarone-indene and petroleum polymer resins 

Epoxy resins : 

Unmodified (condensation products of phenol and deriva- 
tives with epoxy compounds) 

Modified (with hardening agents and esterified with fatty 
acids ) 



Phenolic and other tar-acid resins, total 

Unmodified, total 

Cre sols-formaldehyde 

Cresylic acid -formaldehyde 

Phenol-(and substituted phenol- jformaldehyde 

Resorcinol-fonnaldehyde 

All other 

Modified, total 

Phenol-(and substituted phenol- )formaldehyde with modi- 
fiers (except rosin) 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 pounds, 

dry basts' 

■i, 517,628 



2,102,506 



8,296 
2,094,210 



267,940 

33,911 

7,357 
487,862 



449,570 

5,649 

7,880 

409,233 

1,135 

25,673 

38,292 

10,165 



Quantity 



1,000 pounds, 
dry basis' 

4,056,782 



1,767,464 



7,740 
1,759,724 



27,189 

3,390 
439,789 



403,324 
2,697 

376,863 

1,223 

22,541 

36,465 

10,329 



1,000 
dollars 

1,21 A, 901 



468,716 



A, 113 
463,943 



17,406 

2,147 
116,596 



106,115 



97,570 
1,105 
6,451 

10,481 

3,055 



Unit Value^ 



See also uble 15B, pt. in, which lists these products according to chemical composition, and identifies the manufactuiers. 



36 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



TABLE 15A. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of plastics and resin materials, grouped by 
chemical composition, i958— Continued 



Production 



Quantity 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIAI^, BENZENOID--Contlnued 

Phenolic and other tar-acid resins — Continued 
Modified- -Continued 

Rosin and rosin esters modified with phenolic and 

other tar-acid resins (hard resins) 

All other 

Phthalio alkyd resins, total 

Unmodified 

Modified 

Polyester resins* 

Styrene resins, total 

Polystyrene 

Styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer 

Styrene-alkyd polyesters (for protective coatings only)- 
Styrene-butadiene copolymer (containing 50% or more 

styrene ), total 

Latexes 

Other 

Styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer 

All other styrene resins 

PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIAIS, NONBENZENOID 

Total - - 

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

Alkyd resins, except phthalio, total 

Unmodified 

Modified, total 

Rosin and rosin esters, modified with maleic and 

fumaric acids only (hard resins) 

All other 

Polyethylene resins, total 

High-pressure process 

Low-pressure process 

Rosin modifications, total 

Rosin and terpene adduct resins 

Rosin and rosin esters, unmodified (ester gums), total-- 

Esterified with glycerol 

Esterified with other alcohols (methanol, glycols, 

pentaerythritol, etc. ) 

All other rosin modifications 

Silicone resins 

Urea and melamine resins, total 

Melamine-formaldehyde type 

Urea-formaldehyde type 

Vinyl and vinyl copolymer resins (resin content), total — 

Polyvinyl acetate 

Polyvinyl chloride and copolymer resins (containing 50% 

or more polyvinyl chloride) 

All other vinyl resins^ 



1,000 
pounds , 
dry basis' 
22,571 
5,556 

416,837 



i.OOO 
pounds , 
dry basis' 
19,903 
6,233 

189,100 



305,550 
111,287 



117,2^46 
763,057 



474,417 
20,716 
24,364 

176,855 

119,270 

57,585 

25,303 

41,402 



2,415,122 



184,022 
2,231,100 



34,986 
50,767 



47,437 
3,330 



864,728 



794,258 
70,470 



58,889 



4,433 
48,503 
23,717 

24,786 
5,953 

3,097 



110,551 
238,663 



869,419 



118,498 



657,177 
93,744 



1,000 
dollars 
4,584 
2,842 



126,941 
62,159 



107,310 
723,821 



58,554 
38,584 
19,970 

40,529 

201,162 



452,204 
18,667 
18,685 

171,091 

114,712 

56,379 

24,770 

38,404 



2,289,318 



162,662 
2,126,656 



68,495 



32,471 
36,024 



34,400 
1,624 



845,370 



789,516 
55,854 



4,103 
46,951 
22,610 

24,341 
3,118 

3,204 

326.114 



102,553 
223,561 



829,301 



111,418 
7,304 
7,539 

53,716 
32,513 
21,203 
11,134 
10,051 



806,191 



131,691 
674,500 



20,261 



12,256 
8,005 



7,378 
627 



270,111 



248,708 
21,403 



12,432 



1,577 
9,368 
4,382 

4,986 
1,487 

9,233 

96,911 



103,337 



647,492 
78,422 



46,952 
49,959 



265,552 



32,005 



171,748 
61,799 



^ Calculated from rounded figures. . •, i j , 

2 "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. 

Footnotes continued on page 



PU\STICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 



37 



footnotes for table i^A — Continued 

^ Includes data for aniline-formaldehyde, toluenesulfonamide, and other benzenold plastics and resin materials not 
specifically classified. 

* Polyester resins, for the purpose of this report, include unsaturated aljkyds copolymerized with monomers such as 
styrene, and polyallyl resins such as diallyl phthalate or ally! diglycol carbonate. Styrene-alkyd polyesters for 
protective coatings are included under Styrene resins. 

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

' Includes data for polyvinyl alcohol, butyral, and formal, and for copolymers containing less than 50$ polyvinyl 
chloride. 



TABLE 16. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of plastics and resin materials, grouped by 

classes and us^s, 1958 

[In thousands of pounds, dry basis-'-] 



Cellulose plastics, total 

Cellulose acetate and mixed esters: 

Sheets, continuous, under 0.003 gage 

Sheets, continuous, 0.003 gage and over 

All other sheets, rods, and tubes (including other cellulose plastics) 

Molding and extrusion materials (including other cellulose plastics) 

Nitrocellulose sheets, rods, and tubes 

Phenolic and other tar-acid resins, total 

Molding materials 

Bonding and adhesive resins for — 

Laminating 

Coated and bonded abrasives 

Friction materials 

Thermal insulation 

Plywood 

All other bonding and adhesive uses 

Protective coatings : 

Unmodified 

Modified, except by rosin 

Rosin esters modified by phenolic and other tar-acid resins (hard resins) 

Resins for all other uses 

Urea and melamine resins, total 

Textile-treating and textile-coating resins 

Paper-treating and paper-coating resins 

Bonding and adhesive resins for — 

Laminating 

Plywood 

All other bonding and adhesive uses 

Protective-coating resins, straight and modified 

Resins for all other uses, including molding 

Styrene resins, total 

Molding 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 (containing 50$ 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 



Ul,359 



17,036 
18,421 

9,193 
93,772 

2,937 

487,862 



167,417 

62,688 
12,107 
13,402 
44,803 
51,513 
40,162 

24,247 
4,185 
25,547 
41,791 

349,214 



50,775 
24,702 

32,002 
101,565 
11,585 
32,454 
96,131 

763,057 



475,597 
110,602 
176,858 

869,419 



See footnotes at end of table. 



38 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



TABLE 16. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of plastics and resin materials, grouped by 

classes and uses, 1958 — Continued 

[in thousands of pounds, dry basis-"-] 



Alkyd resins, total 

For protective coatings : 
Phthalic anhydride types : 

Unmodified 

Modified 

Polybasic acid types: 

Unmodified 

Modified (except by rosin) 

Rosin esters modified with maleic and fumaric acids only (hard resins 
For all other uses 

Rosin esters : 

Unmodified (ester gums) for protective coatings 

All other modifications for protective coatings and other uses 

Coumarone-indene and petroleum polymer resins 

Polyester resins, total 

For reinforced plastics 

For all other uses 

Polyethylene resins, total 

For film 

For all other uses 

Epoxy resins, straight and modified 

Silicone resins 

Miscellaneous plastics and resin materials-' 



502,590 



257,575 



305,197 


126,575 


109,296 


61,165 


13,10^ 


11,542 


11,829 


4,885 


47, -137 


34,400 


15,727 


19,008 


27,413 


25,969 


31,476 


28,203 


267,940 


269,125 


117,246 


107,310 


91,913 


86,015 


25,333 


21,295 


864,728 


845,370 


167,924 


314,989 


696,804 


530,381 


41,268 


30,579 


3,097 


3,204 


192,318 


170,402 



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

^ Includes data for styrene-alliyd polyester resins. 

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

Note. — The figures in the above table are based on the Commission's monthly reports on the production and sales of 
synthetic plastics and resin materials. While the group totals are in substantial agreement with those given in 
table 15A, they are partially estimated, and may not be correlated exactly with those given in that table. The data 
given in the above table are more nearly complete than those given in the Commission's release for January 1959, 
which gave a summation of the data reported by months for 1958. Changes in classification and an increase in cover- 
age on some products result in some differences between the detail figures given in the above table and those given 
in the January 1959 release. 



Total production of benzenoid plastics and resins was 2,103 million pounds in 1958- -slightly 
more than the 2,088 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales in 1958 amounted to 1,767 million 
pounds, valued at $469 million. Of the benzenoid group, styrene resins were produced in the 
largest volume, as in previous years. The output of styrene resins in 1958 was 763 million 
pounds; sales totaled 724 million pounds, valued at $201 million. Second in volume of output in 
the benzenoid group in 1958 were the phenolic and other tar-acid resins. Production of these 
resins in 1958 was 488 million pounds--8.3 percent less than the 532 million pounds reported 
produced in 1957. Sales amounted to 440 million pounds, valued at $117 million, compared with 
473 million pounds, valued at $129 million, in 1957. The phthalic alkyd resins, used principally 
in the manufacture of protective coatings, were third in volume of production in the benzenoid 
group; production in 1958 amounted to 417 million pounds. The output of epoxy resins in 1958 was 
41 million pounds; that of polyester resins was 117 million pounds. 

Production of nonbenzenoid plastics and resins in 1958 amounted to 2,415 million pounds, 
compared with the 2,253 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales of these resins in 1958 amounted 
to 2,289 million pounds, valued at $806 million, compared with 2,057 million pounds, valued at 
$753 million, in 1957. Of the nonbenzenoid group, vinyl resins were produced in the largest 
volume in 1958, as they have been for the past several years. The output of vinyl resins amounted 
to 869 million pounds in 1958, compared with 887 million pounds in 1957. Sales of vinyl resins in 
1958 were 829 million pounds, valued at $266 million, compared with 797 million pounds, valued 
at $267 million, in 1957. Production of polyethylene resins, which ranked next to the vinyl resins 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS 



39 



in volume of production in the nonbenzenoid group, amounted to 8&5 nnillion pounds in 1958, com- 
pared with 708 million pounds in 1957. Sales of polyethylene resins were 845 million pounds, 
valued at $270 million, in 1958, compared with 662 million pounds, valued at $215 million, in 
1957. In this report, production and sales of polyethylene produced by the high-pressure and the 
low-pressure processes are shown separately for the first time. 

The output of urea and melamine resins was 349 million pounds in 1958, the same as in 
1957. Sales of these resins amounted to 326 million pounds, valued at $97 million, in 1958, com- 
pared with 322 million pounds, valued at $98 million, in 1957. Other important resins in the non- 
benzenoid group are the acrylic, polyamide, silicone, and nonphthalic alkyd resins. 

The statistics on the production and sales of plastics and resins, by uses, given in table 16, 
were connpiled principally from the Tariff Commission's monthly surveys on production and 
sales of synthetic plastics and resin materials. The largest single use reported for plastics ma- 
terials in 1958- -as in previous years--was for the molding and extrusion of finished and senni- 
finished articles. Other important uses for which statistics are shown are for adhesives, treat- 
ment of textiles and paper, protective coatings, and for bonding materials. 

Production of cellulose plastics as a group amounted to 141 million pounds in 1958- -slightly 
less than the 148 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales in 1958 were 136 million pounds, com- 
pared with 145 million pounds in 1957. 

Rubber- Processing Chemicals 



Rubber-processing chemicals are organic compounds that are added to natural and synthetic 
rubbers to give them qualities necessary 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 on the production and sales of rubber-processing chemi- 
cals in 1958 are given in table 17A.' 

Production of rubber-processing chemicals as a group in 1958 amounted to 169 million 
pounds, or 9.1 percent less than the 186 million pounds reported for 1957. The smaller total 
output of rubber-processing chennicals is accounted for principally by reduced production of 
cyclic accelerators and antioxidants. Sales of rubber-processing chemicals were 123 million 
pounds, valued at $80 million, in 1958, compared with 132 million pounds, valued at $85 million, 
in 1957. 

TABLE 11 A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of rubber-processing chemicals, 1958 

[Listed below are all rubber-processing chemicals 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 17A in pt. Ill lists separately all rubber-processing chemicals for which data oh 
production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



1,000 
dollars 



Grand total 

RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS, CYCLIC 

Total — 

Accelerators, total 

Aldehyde-amines — ^ 

Dithiocarbamic acid derivatives 

Thiazole derivatives, total 

2,2'-Dithiobis(benzothiazole) 

2-Mercaptobenzo thiazole 

All other^ 

All other cyclic accelerators 

Antioxidants, total 

Amino and hydroxy compounds, total 

See footnotes at end of table. 



168,980 



122,679 



79,856 



14^,246 



103,151 



67,260 



bA,A88 



1,458 
217 
55,-^00 
15,228 
13,332 
26, SAO 

7,413 

74,359 



36,609 



1,040 

197 

27,988 

9,098 

2,618 
16,272 

7,384 

61,297 



22,872 



799 
317 
15,939 
4,517 
1,191 
10,231 
5,817 

38,724 



44,430 



34,566 



23,392 



.45 
.63 
.79 



.62 
.68 



See also table 17B, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



40 



SYNTHETIC ORGANJC CHEMICALS, i958 



TABLE 17A. —Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of rubber-processing 
chemicals, JS5S— Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value ^ 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS, CYCLIC— Continued 

Antioxidants — Continued 

Amino and hydroxy compouiids--Contlnued 

Amino compounds, total 

N,N'-Diphenyl-p-phenylenediajiilne 

All other 

Hydroxy compounds, total 

Phenol, alkylated 

All other 

All other antioxidants-^ 

Blowing agents and processing aids 

Peptizers 

RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 

Total - - — 

Accelerators, total 

Dithiocarbamic acid derivatives, total* 

Dibutyldlthiocarbamlc acid, zinc salt 

Diethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, potassium salt 

Dime thy IdithiocarbaTTii c acid, sodium salt 

All other 

Thiurams, total' 

Bis ( dimethyl thiocarbamoyl)disulfide 

All other 

All other acyclic accelerators 

Blowing agents 

Peptizers, modifiers, and conditioning and lubricating 

agents, total 

Dodecyl mercaptans 

All other 



1,000 


1.000 


1,000 


pounds 


pounds 


dollars 


32,565 


27,278 


17,146 


2,150 


1,910 


-1,730 


30,415 


25,368 


15,416 


11,865 


7,288 


6,246 


3,<;81 


1,852 


962 


8,38'i 


5,436 


5,284 


29,929 


26,731 


15,332 


1,932 


1,824 


2,424 


3,467 


3,421 


3,240 



24,734 



13,442 
8,983 
1,104 
1,293 

239 
3,298 
3,049 
4,145 
2,668 
1,477 

314 

309 



10,983 



6,602 
4,381 



19,528 



8,788 



4,679 
843 
881 

1,667 
1,288 
3,969 
2,767 
1,202 
140 

282 



10,458 



6,777 
3,681 



12,596 



7,880 



3,715 
857 
792 

751 
1,315 
4,049 
2,753 
1,296 

116 

453 



4,263 



2,871 
1,392 



$0.63 



.86 
.52 

.97 



1.33 
.95 



.90 

.79 

1.02 



.45 
1.02 
1.02 



.83 
1.61 



.41. 
.42 
.38 



Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Includes small quantities produced and sold for uses other than rubber processing. 

^ Includes aldehyde and acetone amines, inhibitors, modifiers, stabilizers, and taokifiers. 

* Data on dithiocarbamates included in this table are for material used chiefly in the processing of natural and 
synthetic rubbers. Data on dithiocarbamates 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. 



The output of cyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1958 amounted to 144 million pounds, or 
7.3 percent less than the 156 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales were 103 million pounds, 
valued at $67 million, in 1958, compared with 110 million pounds, valued at $70 million, in 1957. 
Also included in this report are statistics for the dithiocarbamic acid and benzothiazole deriva- 
tives that are used as accelerators. Of the total production of cyclic rubber-processing chemicals 
in 1958, accelerators accounted for 44.7 percent, antioxidants for 51.6 percent, and other uses, 
for about 4 percent. Production of antioxidants, which amounted to 74 million pounds in 1958, in- 
cluded 32.6 million pounds of amino compounds and 11.9 million pounds of hydroxy compounds. 
In 1957, production of amino antioxidants amounted to 34.6 million pounds and that of hydroxy 
antioxidants to 14.0 million pounds. Sales of amino antioxidants in 1958 were Z7.3 million pounds, 
valued at $17.1 million; sales of hydroxy antioxidants v/ere 7.3 million pounds, valued at $6.2 
million. 



ELASTOMERS (SYNTHETIC RUBBERS) 



41 



Production of acyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1958 amounted to 24.7 million pounds, 
compared with the 30.2 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales were 19.5 million pounds, valued 
at $12.6 million, in 1958, compared with 22.2 million pounds, valued at $14.2 million, in 1957. 
Accelerators, principally dithiocarbamic acid derivatives and tetramethylthiuram sulfides, ac- 
counted for about 54 percent of the output of acyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1958. Pep- 
tizers and modifiers --chiefly dodecyl mercaptans, together with lubricating and conditioning 
agents- -accounted for approximately 44 percent of the output in the acyclic group. 

Elastomers (Synthetic Rubbers) 



The synthetic rubber industry in the United States developed largely as the result of shortages 
of natural rubber during World War II. During the war several types of elastomers were developed 
and produced on a large scale. The most important of these was the styrene -butadiene copolymer, 
or S-type elastomer, a general-purpose material used in the manufacture of automobile tires and 
other rubber goods. Other types of elastomers, which are more specialized as to uses, include the 
nitrile type, or N-type; neoprene, a polysulfide material; and silicone elastomers. 

The total output of all types of elastomers in 1958 amounted to 2,202 million pounds- -slightly 
less than the 2,354 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales of all types of elastomers in 1958 
amounted to 2,008 million pounds, valued at $544 million, compared with 2,099 million pounds, 
valued at $577 million, in 1957. Statistics on the production and sales of elastomers are given in 
table 18A.' 

Production of cyclic elastomers in 1958, which consisted principally of the polybutadiene- 
styrene type, or S-type, amounted to 1,753 million pounds, compared with 1,851 million pounds in 
1957. Sales of cyclic elastomers in 1958 were 1,554 million pounds, valued at $362 million, com- 
pared with 1,620 million pounds, valued at $390 million, in 1957. 

TABLE 18A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of elastomers (synthetic rubbers), 1958^ 

[Listed below are all elastomers (synthetic rubbers) for which 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 18B in pt. Ill lists alphabetically all elastomers for which data on production or sales 
were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Production 



Quanti ty 



Unit 
value^ 



Grand total- 



2,201,950 



2,008,017 



1 . ono 

dollars 
5^3,719 



$0.27 



ELASTOMERS, CYCLIC 



1,752,541 



1,552,7'^ 



361,597 



Polybutadiene-styrene type (S-type )- 
All other* 



ELASTOhffiRS, ACYCLIC 



Total- 



1,736,175 

16,366 



449,409 



1,546,724 

7,020 



454,273 



356,175 
5,422 



182,122 



Polybutadiene-acrylonitrile type (N-type )- 

Polychloroprene type (Neoprene) 

Polyisobutylene-isoprene type (Butyl) 

All other acyclic elastomers^ 



71,626 
219,085 
117,033 

41,665 



61,839 
392,434 



29,773 
152,349 



.39 



^ The term "elastomers" is defined as substances in bale, crumb, powder, latex, and other crude forms, which can 
be vulcanized or similarly processed into materials that can be stretched at 68° F. to at least twice their original 
length and, after having been so stretched and the stress removed, return with force to approximately their original 
length. 

^ Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Elastomer-content basis. 

* Includes data for modified S-types and for polyurethane . 

^ Includes data for the production and sales of polyalkalene sulfide, polybutadiene, polyisobutylene, and silicone 
elastomers, and natural rubber modifications; and for sales of neoprene and butyl elastomers. 



Note.- 

with the 



•Statistics on the production of S-type, N-type, butyl, and neoprene elastomers were compiled in cooperation 
U.S. Bureau of the Census. 



See also table 18B, pt. HI, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



42 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



The output of acyclic elastomers in 1958, which consisted of the special-purpose types men- 
tioned above, amounted to 449 million pounds, about 10.7 percent less than the 503 million pounds 
produced in 1957. Sales of acyclic elastomers in 1958 were 454 million pounds, valued at $18Z 
million, compared with 479 million pounds, valued at $187 million, in 1957. 

Plasticizers 



Plasticizers are organic chemicals that are added to synthetic plastics and resin materials 
to (1) improve workability during fabrication; (2) extend or modify the natural properties ofthese 
resins; or (3) develop new, improved properties not present in the original resins. Plasticizers 
reduce the viscosity of the resins and make it easier to shape and form them at high temperatures 
and pressures. They also impart flexibility and other desirable properties to the finished product. 
Statistics on production and sales of plasticizers are given in table 19A."' 

TABLE 19A. —Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of plasticizers, 1958 

[Listed below are all plasticizers for which reported data 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 19B in pt. Ill 
lists all plafetioizers for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of 
each] 



Quantity 



Unit 
value "^ 



Grand total- 



PLASTICIZERS, CYCLIC 



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



Phosphoric acid esters: 
Cresyl diphenyl phosphate 

Tricresyl phosphate-' 

Triphenyl phosphate 



Phthalio anhydride esters, total ; 

Butyl octyl phthalate 

Dibutyl phthalate 

Dioyclohexyl phthalate 

Dideoanoyl phthalate (Dlcapryl phthalate )- 

Diethyl phthalate 

Diisodecyl phthalate 

Di(2-methoxyethyl ) phthalate 

Dimethyl phthalate 

Dioctyl phthalates, total 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 

Diiso-octyl, and mixed octyl phthalates- 

Octy decyl phthalate 

All other 



PLASTICIZERS, ACYCLIC 



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



Adipic acid esters, total 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 

Diisodecyl adipate 

Diiso-octyl and dioctyl adipate- 



<;i7,9'i'4 



312,225 



33,053 
279,172 



7,222 

26,463 

8,023 

237,464 



10,573 
12,902 
6,771 

14,454 

23,372 

2,702 

3.494 

110,840 
76,729 
34,111 
10,293 
42,063 



50,815 
54,904 



9,459 



1,731 
1,963 
2,134 



355,919 



1.000 
dollars 

111,096 



265,102 



34,174 
230,928 



7,418 
26,244 



197,266 



11,544 
9,026 
3,447 
10,694 
10,098 
14,499 
2,150 
2,914 
88,155 
56,079 
32,076 
9,105 
35,634 



47,456 
43,361 



6,544 



1,296 
2,292 
1,290 



75,946 



10,585 
65,361 



2,088 
8,152 



55,121 



3,016 

2,532 

1,666 

2,835 

2,620 

4,486 

765 

789 

23,250 

14,576 

8,674 

2,637 

10,525 



35,150 



17,319 
17,831 



2,614 



503 
837 
492 



See footnotes at end of table. 



See also table 198, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 43 

TABLE 19A.--Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of plasticizers , 1958 — Continued 



QjaBtity 



Unit 
value "'■ 



PLASTICIZERS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Adiplc acid esters — Continued 

Octyl deoyl adipate 

All other 

Azelaic acid esters 

Dibutyl maleate 

Glycerol monoricinoleate 

Oleic acid esters, total 

Butyl oleate 

All other 

Palmitic acid esters 

Phosphoric acid esters 

Sebacic acid esters 

Stearic acid esters, total 

n-Butyl stearate 

All other 

Trlethylene glycol di(caprylate-caprate) 



1.000 
pounds 
1,137 
2,'i94 

6,160 

4,075 

328 

6,007 



1,179 
4,828 

2,606 
7,327 
11,635 



2,426 
3,222 



1,659 



1.000 
dollars 



5,932 

2,579 

338 

4,847 



346 
4,501 

514 
5,768 
10,455 

4,751 



311 

471 

2,732 
774 
119 

1,481 



2,030 
2,721 



1,633 



78 
1,403 

121 
2,380 
5,800 

1,253 



483 
770 



$0.40 



Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Includes data for synthetic camphor, toluenesulfonamldes, tetrahydrofurfuryl oleate, and other cyclic plas- 
ticizers. 

^ Includes material produced for use as motor- fuel additive. 

* Includes data for citric and acetyloitric, tartaric, and rieinoleic acid esters; and for butyl myristate, 
glyceryl and glycol esters of certain fatty acids, glyceryl tripropionate, complex polymeric materials, and other 
acyclic plasticizers. 



The total domestic output of all types of plasticizers in 1958 amounted to 418 million 
pounds--5.5 percent less than the 442 million pounds produced in 1957. Sales of plasticizers in 
1958 amounted to 356 million pounds, valued at $111 million, compared with 363 million pounds, 
valued at $114 million, in 1957. 

Production of cyclic plasticizers in 1958 amounted to 312 million pounds, compared with the 
329 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales of cyclic plasticizers in 1958--265 million pounds, 
valued at $76 million- -were about the same as in 1957. The principal types of plasticizers in- 
cluded in the cyclic group are the esters of phthalic anhydride and phosphoric acid, and certain 
complex polymeric-type materials. 

The output of acyclic plasticizers in 1958 amounted to 106 million pounds- -slightly less than 
the 113 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales of acyclic plasticizers in 1958 were 91 million 
pounds, valued at $35 million, compared with 97 million pounds, valued at $37 million, in 1957. 
The most important products included in this class are the esters of adipic, azelaic, phosphoric, 
and sebacic acids. 



Surface-Active Agents 

The surface-active agents covered in this report include synthetic organic detergents, and 
wetting, emulsifying, and dispersing agents that function in either aqueous or nonaqueous sys- 
tems. Soap, waxes, and plasticizers are not included. The data are reported in terms of 100- 
percent active material, and thus exclude all inorganic salts, water, and diluents. Active ma- 
terial is defined as the organic ingredient that provides the primary surface -active properties. 
For example, sodium alkyl aryl sulfonate activity is based on the content of the sodium salt, and 
potassium alkyd aryl sulfonate, on the content of the potassium salt. 



44 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



Originally developed as soap substitutes for the textile industry, surface -active agents have 
proved valuable in many other applications because of their varied and specific properties. Today, 
60 percent of the total output is consumed in the form of packaged household and industrial de- 
tergents. The remainder of the surface-active agents, used as wetting, dispersing, penetrating, 
and emulsifying agents, find many applications in the processing of textiles and leather, in ore 
flotation and in 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 1958 are given in table 20A." 
Production of surface -active agents as a group totaled 1,355 million pounds in 1958, or 12.4 
percent more than the 1,Z06 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales were 1,203 million pounds, 
valued at $235 million, in 1958, compared with 1,123 million pounds, valued at $217 million, in 
1957. 

In 1958 the production of anionic surface-active agents (sulfated and sulfonated cyclic and 
acyclic compounds, phosphorus -containing acyclic compounds, acyclic salts of fatty acids, and 
certain acyclic nonsulfonated nitrogen-containing compounds) amounted to 979 million pounds-- 
72.2 percent of the total output of surface-active agents in 1958, and 78 million pounds more 
than the output reported for 1957. Sales totaled 901 million pounds, valued at $148 million, in 
1958, compared with 867 million pounds, valued at $139 million, in 1957. In volume of produc- 
tion in 1958, the principal items in the anionic group were the alkyl benzenoid type of surface- 
active agent (509 million pounds) and the sulfated and sulfonated acids, alcohols, and esters 
(187 million pounds). 



TABLE 20A. -Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of surface-active agents,^ 1958 

[Listed below are all surface-active agents for which 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 re- 
ported. ) Table 20B in pt. Ill lists all surface-active agents for which data on production or sales were re- 
ported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Quantity 



Unit 
value^ 



Grand total 

Amphoteric 

Anionic 

Cationic 

Nonlonic 

SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, CYCLIC 

Total- 

Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated (nonionic) total-' 

Nonylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

All other 

Nitrogen-containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated 

(cationic and amphoteric), total* 

Benzyldodecyldimethylammonium chloride 

All other 

Sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface -active agents 

(anionic ), total 

Al)!yl benzenoid compounds, sulfated and sulfonated, total 
Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonio acid, sodium salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, triethanolamine salt 

All other 



1.000 
pounds 
1,355,07^ 



2,364 



978,622 



32,146 



341,942 



846,322 



102,347 



54,164 
48,183 



13,286 



826 
12,460 



730,689 



509,033 
72,820 

423,381 
2,422 
10,410 



1,000 
pounds 
1,202,540 



2,299 



900,579 



25,886 



273,776 



764,668 



84,846 



43,969 
40,877 



9,256 



797 
8,459 



670,566 



476,934 
63,320 

402,246 
2,218 
9,150 



1,000 
dollars 
235,372 



1,122 



148,496 



14,536 



71,218 



125,123 



22,853 



10,140 
12,713 



5,642 



"glT 

4,831 



96,628 



77,681 
13,608 
60,377 
691 
3,005 



$0.20 



.23 

.31 



.61 
1.02 



See footnotes at end of table. 



See also table 20B, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



45 



TABLE 20 A.— Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of surface-active agents,^ 

1958- -Continued 



Unit 
value^ 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, CYCLIC— Continued 

Sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface -active agents 
(anionic ) — Continued 

Lignin derivatives, sulfonated, total 

Lignosulfonic acid, calcium salt 

All other 

Naphthalene derivatives, sulfonated, total 

Butylnaphthalenesulfonic acid, mono and di 

Isopropylnaphthalenesulfonic acid, mono and di 

All other 

All other sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface-active 

agents, total^ 

Petroleum sulfonic acid, water-soluble type, sodium 

salt^- 

Toluene sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Xylene sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

All other 

SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC 

Total 

Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated (nonionic), total' 

Diethylene glycol monolaurate 

Diethylene glycol mono-oleate 

Diethylene glycol monostearate 

Ethylene glycol monostearate 

Glycerol mono-oleate 

Glycerol monostearate 

Polyethoxyethyl dilaurate 

Polyethoxyethyl dioleate 

Polyethoxyethyl monolaurate 

Polyethoxyethyl mono-oleate 

Polyethoxyethyl monostearate 

Polyethoxyethyl oleyl ether 

Polyethoxyethyl tallow ester 

Polyethoxyethyl tridecyl ether 

1,2-Propanediol monolaurate 

All other 

Nitrogen-containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated 

(amphoteric, anionic, cationlc, and nonionic), total 

N-(Aminoethyl)-N-(hydroxyethyl )octadecanamlde (Stearamide 

of aminoethylethanolamine ) 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl )dodecanamide 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)octadecaiiamide 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)oleamide 

Coconut oil amide of bis(diethajiolamine ) 

Coconut oil amide of mono(diethanolamine) 

Coconut oil amide of diethanolamine, neither bis nor mono 

Stearamide of diethylenetriamine 

Triethanolamine oleate 

All other* 

Phosphorus -containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated 
(anionic ) 

Salts of fatty acids, nonsulfonated (anionic), total 

Coconut oil, potassium salt 

Potassium oleate 

Potassium tallate 

Sodium stearate 

Tallow, sodium salt 

All other 



1,000 

pounds 

165,792 

130,069 

35,723 

3,8'il 

1,083 

737 

2,021 

52,023 

897 
8,956 
12,715 
29,455 



508,752 



166,702 



528 

A35 
1,003 

390 

l,01<i 

25,172 

366 

771 
1,415 
2,451 
2,406 
1,284 

149 
4,776 

169 
124,373 



96,733 



1,753 
792 

1,216 
796 

5,854 

16,985 

730 

399 

169 

68,039 



1,685 



12,290 



85 
566 
3,345 
1,256 
3,038 
4,000 



000 


1,000 


unds 


dollars 


140,745 


6,184 


114,257 


4,421 


26,488 


1,763 


2,996 


1,250 


1,043 


531 


1,953 


719 


49,891 


11,513 


8,504 


815 


12,577 


1,296 


28,810 


9,402 



437,872 



119,452 



517 

131 

1,003 

390 

816 

20,337 

327 

523 

1,134 

1,605 

1,949 

1,180 

147 

4,728 

155 

84,510 



90,957 



1,703 
394 

1,117 
807 

4,678 

16,147 

581 

365 

65,165 



1,262 

12,037 



84 
404 
3,340 
1,237 
3,091 
3,881 



110,249 



28,159 



156 

38 

343 

144 

260 

5,226 

126 

189 

534 

621 

761 

705 

29 

1,381 

77 

17,569 



35,045 



1,133 
156 
449 
299 
1,703 
6,337 
173 
198 

24,597 



485 
2,291 



599 
569 
343 
687 



pound 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



TABLE 20A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of surface-active agents,^ 

i95S— Continued 



Production 



(Jiantlty 



Unit 
value^ 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Sulfated and sulfonated acyclic surface-active agents 

(anionic ), total 

Acids, alcohols, and esters and ethers, sulfated and 

sulfonated, total 

Oleic acid, sulfonated 

Dodecyl sulfate, ammonium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, trlethanolamine salt 

Isopropyl sulfo-oleate 

n-Propyl sulfo-oleate 

All other 

Nitrogen-containing surface-active agents, sulfated and 

sulfonated, total 

Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamine, sulfated, 

potassium salt 

N-Methyl-N-oleoyltaurine 

All other 

Oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and sulfonated, total— 
Anlm.A fats 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 sulfonated: 

Castor oil, sulfonated 

Coconut oil, sulfonated 

Peanut oil, sulfonated 

Rice-bran oil, sulfonated 

Soybean oil, sulfonated 

All other oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and 

sulfonated^ 



231,342 



187,-458 

2,9';8 

516 

3,701 

959 

908 

178, ^6 

8, 543 

103 

3,5-41 

4,899 

35,341 

1,903 
8,085 

2,927 

-4,947 

368 

7,335 
810 

1,962 
384 
227 

6,393 



214,164 



1,000 
dollars 

44,269 



178,857 

1,839 

481 

3,640 

953 

786 

171,158 

8,454 



8,353 
26,853 

1,397 
6,768 

2,270 

2,572 

331 

5,592 
390 

1,871 
173 
189 

5,300 



35,209 

667 
159 
803 
354 
186 
33,040 

3,434 

89 

3,345 
5,626 

250 
950 

306 
463 



1,241 

102 

429 

36 

67 

1,694 



$0.21 



^ Data are given in terms of bulk surface-active agents, that is, in terms of 100-percent content of surface- 
active agents, exclusive of all inorganic salts, water, or other ingredients. 

2 Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Includes polyhydric alcohol and phenyl ethers and esters. 

* Includes quaternary ammonium compounds. 

' Includes sulfated and sulfonated phenyl ethers and substituted biphenyls. 

' Oil-soluble-type petroleum sulfonates used chiefly as lubricating-oil additives were transferred to miscella 
neous cyclic chemicals in 1956. 

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

' Includes amine salts of fatty acids, esters of hydroxyamines , fatty acid amines, quaternary ammonium compounds, 
salts of nitrilo acids, and fatty acid derivatives of guanidine, glycine, polypeptides, and others. 

' Includes sodium salt of aliphatic petroleum sulfonate, and sulfonated animal, fish, and vegetable oils. 



Production of cationic surface-active agents (all cyclic and certain acyclic nonsulfonated 
nitrogen-containing compounds) in 1958 was 32 million pounds; sales totaled 26 million pounds, 
valued at $15 million. 

In 1958 the output of all esters and ethers and those acyclic nonsulfonated nitrogen-contain- 
ing compounds generally considered to be nonionic materials totaled 342 million pounds. Sales in 
1958 totaled 274 million pounds, valued at $71 million. 

Production of amphoteric (or ampholytic) surface-active agents in 1958 was 2.4 million 
pounds; sales totaled 2.3 million pounds, valued at $1.1 million. 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 
Pesticides and Other Organic Agricultural Chemicals 



47 



Pesticides (fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, and rodenticides) and other organic agricul- 
tural chemicals such as plant hormones, seed disinfectants, soil conditioners, and soil fumigants 
are covered in this section of the report. The data are given in terms of 100-percent active ma- 
terial; they thus exclude such materials as diluents, emulsifiers, synergists, and wetting agents. 
Statistics on production and sales of pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals in 1958 
are given in table ZlA." 

In 1958, production of all pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals amounted to 
539 million pounds, or 5.4 percent more than the 512 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales 
amounted to 467 million pounds, valued at $196 million, in 1958, compared with 433 million pounds, 
valued at $178 million, in 1957. 



TABLE 21A.- 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of pesticides and other organic agricultural 
chemicals, 1958 



[listed below are all pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which any reported data on productio 
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 21B in pt. Ill lists all pesticides and other organic agricul- 
tural chemicals for which data on production or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



(Jiantity 



Unit 
value-' 



Grand total 

PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL CHDflCALS, CYCLIC 

Total 

Fungicides, total 

Mercury fungicides, total 

Phenylmercury oleate 

All other mercury fungicides 

Naphthenic acid, copper salt 

Pentaehlorophenol 

2,A,5-Trichlorophenol 

All other 

Herbicides, total 

1-Naphthaleneacetic acid 

1-Naphthaleneacetic acid, methyl ester 

Phenoxyacetic acid derivatives : 

(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy )acetic acid (2,<i-D) 

(2,4— Dichlorophenoxy )acetic acid, dime thy lamine salt 

(2,'i-Dichlorophenoxy )acetic acid esters, total 

(2,'i-Dichlorophenoxy )acetio acid, n-butyl ester 

(2,'i-Dichlorophenoxy jacetic acid, iso-ootyl ester 

(2,'i-Dichlorophenoxy )acetio acid, isopropyl ester 

All other 2,4-D esters 

(2,<l,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid (2,^,5-7) 

(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy )acetic acid esters, total 

(2,'i,5-Trichlorophenoxy )acetic acid, n-butyl ester 

(2,'>,5-Triohlorophenoxy )aoetic acid, iso-octyl ester- 
All other 2,'>,5-T esters 

Phenylmercury acetate (PMA) 

All other 

Insecticides and rodenticides, total 

Chlorinated insecticides, total 

Hexachlorocyclohexane (Benzene hexachloride ) and 

lindane^ 

l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane (DDT ) 



1.000 
pounds 
539,396 



44^,870 



66,737 



612 

336 

276 

1,853 

35,177 

4,236 

24,859 

75,327 



18 
10 

30,944 
2,964 

21,938 
7,045 
1,162 
6,021 
7,710 
3,678 
5,230 
129 
1,665 
3,436 
1,056 
9,489 

302,806 



290,454 



30,797 
145,328 



1,000 
pounds 
466,686 



377,745 



51,750 



55^ 
1,772 

24,651 
1,679 

23,089 

37,631 



13,744 
2,623 
9,830 
2,862 
1,207 
3,105 
2,656 
1,526 
2,538 
160 
1,021 
1,357 
945 
6,425 

288,364 



278,169 



32,602 
145,191 



1,000 
dollars 
196,149 



147,689 



16,053 



1,550 

1,550 
580 
4,375 
1,316 
8,237 

31,325 



4,950 
1,310 
4,265 
1,404 

539 
1,188 
1,134 
1,589 
2,849 

204 
1,237 
1,408 
2,905 
13,457 

100,306 



3,184 



4,926 
26,872 



pound 



.18 
.78 
.36 



1.04 
3.07 
2.09 



See footnotes at end of table. 



See also uble 21B, pt. Ill, which lisu these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 21A. --Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of pesticides and other organic agric' f^tral 

chemicals, i55S— Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value ^ 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHMICAI^, CYCLIC— Continued 

Insecticides and rodenticides--Continued 
Chlorinated insec tic ides — Continued 

All other chlorinated insecticides 

0,0-Dimethyl 0-(p-nitrophenyl)phosphorothioate (Methyl 

parathion) ■ 

Parathion (0,0-Diethyl 0-(p-nitrophenyl )phosphorothloate) 
All other 

PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 

Total—- - 

Fungicides and soil fumigants, total 

Bromomethane (Methyl bromide) 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt (Ziram) 

All other 

Herbicides, rodentioides, and soil conditioners, total 

Methanearsonic acid, disodium salt 

All other 

Insecticides 



1,000 
pounds 
1U,329 

5,018 
5,«9 
1,895 



94,526 



65,29-4 



10, 22"; 

1,178 

53,892 

U,722 



368 
1A,35A 



U,510 



1,000 

pounds 

100,376 

3,734 
5,273 
1,188 



88,941 



1,000 
dollars 
54,386 

4,115 
5,571 
4,436 



48,460 



62 , 507 



9,974 
1,027 
51,506 



26,619 



370 
13,763 



12,301 



4,490 

723 

21,406 

7,858 



424 
7,434 



13,983 



Per 

pound 



3.54 
1.10 

1.06 
3.73 



.43 
.45 
.70 
.42 



1.15 
.54 



Calculated from rounded figures. 
^ Production of the gamma isomer content in benzene hexachloride 
amounted to 6.8 million pounds. 



and lindane totaled 6.5 million pounds; sales 



The output of cyclic pesticides and other cyclic chemicals in this group totaled 445 million 
pounds in 1958, or 9.2 percent more than the 407 million pounds produced in 1957. Sales were 
378 million pounds, valued at $148 million, in 1958, compared with 340 million pounds, valued 
at $132 million, in 1957. 

Production of cyclic insecticides and rodenticides in 1958 was 303 million pounds, or 56.1 
percent of the total output of all organic pesticides and 68.1 percent of the total output of cyclic 
pesticides. Sales in 1958 totaled 288 million pounds, valued at $100 million. The chemical in 
this subgroup that was produced in the greatest quantity in 1958 was the insecticide DDT, produc- 
tion of which amounted to 145 million pounds, a record high for this chemical. 

The output of acyclic pesticides and other acyclic organic agricultural chemicals in 1958 
amounted to 95 million pounds, or 9.2 percent less than the 104 million pounds produced in 1957. 
Sales were 89 million pounds, valued at $48 million, in 1958, compared with 94 million pounds, 
valued at $46 million, in 1957. 

Miscellaneous Synthetic Organic Chemicals 



As used in this report, the term "miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals" refers to 
such products as halogenated hydrocarbons, paint driers, photographic chemicals, solvents, and 
tanning materials that are not included in the use groups covered in the other sections of the 
report. Production of these miscellaneous chemicals as a group totaled 27,082 million pounds in 
1958--about 0.5 percent more than the 26,944 million pounds produced in 1957. Sales totaled 
10,867 million pounds, valued at $1,648 million, in 1958, compared with 10,878 million pounds, 
valued at $1,656 million, in 1957. Statistics on production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals 
in 1958 are given in table 22A." 



"See also table 22B, pt. Ill, which lists these products alphabetically and identifies the manufacturers. 



TABLE 22A. 



MISCELUNEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

-Synthetic organic chemicals; U.S. production and sales o; miscellaneous chemicals, 1958 



49 



[Listed below are all miscellaneous chemicals for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. 
(Leaders are used where the reported d»ta are accepted in confidence and may not be published or where no data 
were reported. ) Table 22B in pt. Ill lists alphabetically all miscellaneous chemicals for which data on produc- 
tion or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] 



Unit 
value"^ 



Grand total- 



27,081,878 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, CYCLIC 



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 

Cyclopropane 

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

Food grade 

Tech --• 

Flotation reagents 

Gasoline additives, total^ 

N,N-Di-sec-butyl-p-phenylenediamine 

All other 

Hexamethylenetetramine, tech 

Lubrlcating-oil additives, total 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, barium salt 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt 

All other 

Naphthenic acid salts, total-' * 

Calcium naphthenate 

Cobalt naphthenate 

Iron naphthenate 

Lead naphthenate 

Manganese naphthenate 

Zinc naphthenate 

All other 

Photographic chemicals, total 

Benzotria7.ole 

p-Diethylaminobenzenediazonium chloride (p-Diazo-N,N- 

diethylaniline ) - zinc chloride 

All other 

Propyl gallate 

Rosin acid salts, total-' 

Lead resinate 

All other 

Tall oil salts (Llnoleic-rosin acid salts), total^ 

Cobalt tallate 

Iron tallate 

Lead tallate 

Manganese tallate 

All other 



695, -ias 



199,383 
496,055 



4,882 
171 



11,514 



4,397 

7,117 



4,573 
8,593 



5,408 
3,185 



16,903 
387,141 



■97,128 
104,068 
83,773 
102,172 

16,044 



1,316 

2,963 

109 

9,061 

1,407 

870 

318 

5,406 



77 
5,317 



5,864 



2,304 
98 

2,608 
575 
279 



1,000 

pounds 

10,866,841 



1,000 
dollars 
1,648,254 



427,440 



100,951 
326,489 



4,384 
138 



4,001 
7,332 



3,581 
7,997 



5,210 
2,787 



10,695 
229,923 



73,866 
65,479 
90,578 

14,008 



1,050 

2,490 

101 

8,151 

1,174 

738 

304 

5,J.ll 



5,022 
40 



5,503 



2,213 

2,413 
518 
359 



128,347 



40,243 
88,104 



1,416 
2,289 



9,916 



3,654 
6,262 



1,174 
8,508 



5,386 
3,122 



2,180 
38,786 



10,426 
9,239 
19,121 

5,758 



505 

1,844 

37 

2,419 

486 

312 

155 

7,217 



116 



193 
6,908 



2,047 



1,C 



687 
157 
105 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



TABLE 22A.-- Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals, 

i55S— Continued 



Quantity 



mSCiXLANEOUS CHEMICALS, CYCLIC- -Continued 

Tanning materials, synthetic, total 

2-Naphthalenesulfonic acid, formaldehyde condensate and 

salts 

All other 

Textile chemicals, other than surface-active agents 

MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 

Total -- 

Chemicals for which separate statistics may not be shown 

Chemicals for which separate statistics are shown below 

Acetaldehyde 

Acetic acid, synthetic 100^' 

Acetic acid salts, total 

Aluminum acetate 

Ammonium acetate 

Cadmium acetate 

Lead subacetate 

Potassium acetate 

All other 

Acetic anhydride, lOOjt 

Acetone, total 

From isopropyl alcohol 

All other 

Acrylic acid 

Acrylonitrile 

Adipic acid 

Amines, total 

Butylamlne 

Dimethylamine 

Methylamine 

Trimethylamine 

All other 

Amyl acetates, 90^ 

Bis(2-ohloroethyl) ether (Dichlorodiethyl ether) 

Butyl acetates, 9M, total 

ISO 

Normal 

All other 

Butyl alcohols, 100* 

Carbon disulfide 

Cellulose esters and ethers, total 

Cellulose acetate 

Sodium carboxymethylcellulose, lOO^t 

All other 

Chloral (Triohloroacetaldehyde) 

Chloroacetic acid, mono 

2-Chloro-N,N-dimethylethylamine (Dimethylaminoethyl 

chloride ) hydrochloride 

Diethylene glycol 

Diethyl malonate (Malonic ester) 



1.000 
pounds 
32,118 



31,410 



1.000 
dollars 
5,619 



29,036 
3,082 



2,067 



26,386,440 



28,286 
3,124 



2,053 



10,439,401 



7,930,845 
18,455,595 



546,155 

14,751 



222 
528 



71 



13,930 
965,442 
610,767 



510,874 
99,893 



599 
179,706 



259,480 



667 

23,508 

3,008 

6,839 

225,458 

9,094 
7,151 

85,107 



11,616 
63,050 
10,441 

505,116 
468,393 

663,361 



476,745 
31,339 
160,277 

49,036 
38,391 

144 

97,107 

715 



2,028,026 
8^411,375 



46,079 
94,302 



13,474 



175 
492 



630 

12,170 



344,426 



247,029 
97,397 

297 
158,334 
24,327 

67,692 



513 
10,946 
2,477 

53,756 

7,797 
5,384 



4,439 

1,180 



2,980 



1,519,907 



626,603 
893,304 



10,947 
55,972 
6,611 

207,731 
418,413 



64,945 
29,271 
93,739 



69,280 



4,072 
7,959 



2,870 



188 
15 



■ 188 
2,403 



25,105 



18,384 
6,721 

278 
40,677 
7,341 

27,197 



278 

3,106 

701 

23,112 

1,309 
211 



1,164 

7,662 

726 

25,623 
21,055 

79,013 



22,568 
13,855 
42,590 



171 
9,189 



See footnotes at end of table. 



MISCELU\NEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



51 



TABLE 22A. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. fyroduction and sales of miscellaneous chemicals, 
i95S— Continued 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 



2-Dimethylaiiu.noethanol- 
Epichlorohydrin 



Ethanolamines, total 

2-Aminoethanol (Monoethanolamine ) 

2,2 '-Iminodiethanol (Diethanolamine) 

2, 2', 2" -Nitrilotriethanol (Triethanolamine) 



Ethyl acetate, 85^ 

Ethyl alcohol, synthetic' 

Ethylene glycol 

Ethylene oxide 

Ethyl ether, all grades- 
Ethyl formate 



2-Ethylhexanoic.^aold (a-Ethylcaproic acid) salts. 

Calcium 2-ethylhexanoate 

Cobalt 2-ethylhexanoate 

Lead 2-ethylhexanoate 

Manganese 2-ethylhexanoate 

Zinc 2-ethylhexanoate 

All other 



Ethyl silicate (Tetraethoxysilaue) 

Fatty acid esters, not included with plasticizers or 

surface-active agents 

Fatty and synthetic higher alcohols (Cio and higher), total 

Decyl alcohols 

1-Hexadecanol (Cetyl alcohol) 

All other 



Formaldehyde, 37^t HCHO by weight- 
Formic acid, 90$ 



Formic acid salts, total - 

Aluminum formate 

All other 



Halogenated hydrocarbons, total 

Carbon tetrachloride 

Chlorinated paraffins, total 

35$-645t chlorine 

All other 

Chlorodifluoromethane ; 

Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride) 

Chloroform, total 

Tech 

, U.S.P 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) 

Dichlorodifluorome thane 

1,2-Dichloroethane (ii:thylene dichloride) 

Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride) 

Dichlorotetrafluoroe thane 

Tetrachloroethy lene ( Perohloroethylene ) - 

Trichloroethylene 

Trichlorofluorome thane 

Vinyl chloride, monomer (Chloroe thy lene) 
All other 



Iso-octyl alcohols 

Isopropyl alcohol (Isopropanol)- 
Isopropyl ether 



1.000 
pounds 



97,384 



30, 6U 

^.o.es-; 

26,116 

85,751 
1,525,271 
1,145,496 
1,169,047 

65,945 
110 

1,466 



102 
451 
175 
17 
128 
593 

2,974 

2,479 

199,991 



29,158 

1,054 

169,779 

1,358,444 
17,042 

20,157 



613 
19,544 



4,082,628 



312,875 
26,930 
16,889 
10,041 

535,651 

47,137 

46,050 

1,087 

43,532 

131,371 

772,904 

88,968 

7,877 

187,248 

295,086 

50,476 

691,412 

891,161 

45,743 

1,029,235 

3,258 



12,696 
80,728 



28,816 
29,110 
22,802 

76,591 
762,790 
530,271 
100,423 

45,573 
92 

1,323 



110 

368 

144 

15 



2,437 
2,463 
59,428 



1.000 
dollars 



24,405 

1,013 

34,010 

542,142 
15,485 

15,462 



15,462 
1,808,511 



276,649 
23,485 
12,988 
10,497 
15,434 

193,774 

34,478 

33,267 

1,211 

25,533 

133,930 
92,127 
87,915 
7,396 

162,258 

243,505 
51,156 

200,488 

260,383 

45,320 

427,815 

2,399 



3,970 
18,292 



6,583 
6,790 
4,919 

9,015 
41,334 
56,235 
14,331 

4,753 
28 

1,000 



350 
50 



51 



473 

969 

897 

12,816 



4,744 
357 
7,715 

19,286 

2,243 



247,451 



21,953 

3,395 

1,644 

1,751 

10,886 

14,213 

4,046 

3,789 

257 

3,139 

40,616 

5,216 

10,010 

4,554 

17,483 

30,902 

10,974 

22,161 

47,903 

8,432 

22,901 

147 



Unit 
value ^ 



See footnotes a^ end of table. 



52 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



TABLE 22A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals, 

i958— Continued 



Quantity 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEraCAI£, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Lactic acid, 100^, total 

Edible 

Medicinal and tech 

Lactic acid salts 

Llnoleic acid salts, total-' 

Calcium linoleate 

Cobalt linoleate 

Lead linoleate 

All other 

Lubricating oil additives, total 

Phosphorodithioates (Dithiophosphates ) 

Sulfurized sperm oil 

All other 

Maleic anhydride 

Mercaptoaoetic acid ( Thioglycolic acid) derivatives, total 

Annnonium mercaptoacetate (Airanonium thioglycolate) 

All other 

Methanol, synthetic'' 

2-Methoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monomethyl etherl 

Methyl acetate 

1- and 2-Octanol 

2-Octanone (Hexyl methyl ketone) 

Oleic acid salts, total^ 

Aluminum oleate 

Copper oleate 

All other 

Oxalic acid 

Oxalic acid salts 

Palmitic acid salts: Zinc palmitate 

Pentaerythritol 

Pentaerythritol tetranitrate 

Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) 

Phosphorus acid esters, not elsewhere specified 

Polyacrylio acid salts 

Polyethylene glycol 

Propionic acid 

Propionic acid salts : 

Calcium propionate 

Sodium propionate 

Sarcosine (N-Methylaminoacetic acid) 

Sequestering agents, total 

(Ethylenedinitrilo )tetraacetic acid (Ethylenediamine- 

tetraacetio acid ) 

( Ethylenedinitrilo )tetraacetic acid, tetrasodium salt 

(N-Hydroxyethylethylenedinitrilo)triacetic acid, tri- 

sodium salt 

All other 

Sodium formaldehydesulfoxylate' 

Sodium methoxide (Sodium methylate ) 



5,208 



4,001 
1,207 



220 
83 



118,350 



-45,607 

8,787 

63,956 

52,264 

2,107 



1,411 
696 

1,422,104 

10,728 

6,071 

8,427 

699 

158 



25 
133 

14,286 

4,373 

391 

53,348 
3,961 
9,130 
7,710 
1,203 

32,196 

22,519 

6,569 

3,892 

343 

11,185 



1,964 
6,051 



642 
2,528 



5,650 
3,907 



4,873 



3,751 
1,122 



1,000 
dollars 

1,924 



18 
443 



46,271 



1,499 
44,772 



1,709 



1,075 
634 



830,169 
8,823 



7,250 
447 



13,535 
4,796 

43,060 
2,223 

6,557 

1,261 

24,280 

5,603 

6,898 
4,145 



7,539 



900 
4,095 



497 
2,047 



5,520 



1,567 
357 



248 

249 



181 
10,013 



332 
9,681 



1,784 



1,175 
609 



29,849 
1,695 



1,801 
78 



7 
33 

2,518 
1,211 

12,354 
1,697 

3,446 

1,627 

6,070 

989 

1,955 
1,213 



3,610 



345 
1,968 



231 
1,066 



1,057 



See footnotes at end of table. 



MISCELLANEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



53 



TABLE 22A. — Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales of miscellaneous chemicals, 

1958— Continued 



Quantity 



Unit 
value-"- 



IQSCELLANEOUS CHIMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Stearic acid salts, total-'-° 

Aluminum stearates, -total 

Aluminum distearate 

All other aluminum stearates 

Calcium stearate 

Lead stearate 

Lithium stearate 

Magnesium stearate 

Zinc stearate 

All other 

Triethylene glycol 

Urea in compounds or mixtures, lOOjt basis, total-"--"- 

In feed compounds 

In liquid fertilizer 

In solid fertilizer 

All other 

Vinyl acetate, monomer 

Zinc formaldehydesulfoxylate 



pounds 



20,726 



5,306 

4,157 

1,U9 

5,010 

391 

111 

698 

6,934 

2,276 

15,360 

1,061,267 



1,000 
pounds 
20,242 



149,626 
251,927 
477,059 
182,655 

190,242 
1,145 



5,532 

4,384 

1,148 

4,525 

312 

104 

741 

6,816 

2,212 

18,106 

990, 101 



1,000 
dollars 
8,053 



2,062 
1,611 

451 
1,732 

112 
54 

316 
2,697 
1,080 

3,236 

52,241 



242,299 
449,239 
298,563 

104,267 
1,083 



12,136 
20,977 
19,128 

17,267 
437 



$0.40 



.37 
.39 
.38 
.36 
.52 
.43 
.40 
.49 



.05 
.05 
.06 

.17 
.40 



^ Calculated from rounded figures. 

^ Statistics exclude production and sales of tricresyl phosphate. Statistics on tricresyl phosphate are given in 
the section "Plasticizers." 

^ 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 20,310 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. 

"^ In addition, production of methanol from natural sources totaled 12,742 thousand pounds. 

* Statistics exclude production and sales of potassium and sodium oleates. Statistics on these oleatea are included 
in the section "Surface-Active Agents." 

' Comparable figures for t.his chemical published in Synthetic Organic Chemxcals for 1957 were later revised as 
follows: Production, 5,749 thousand pounds; sales quantity, 5,162 thousand pounds; and sales value, $1,043 thousand. 

^° Statistics exclude production and sales of potassium and sodium stearates. Statistics on -these stearates are 
Included in the section "Surface-Active Agents." 

■'■■'■ Production of urea in primary solution totaled 1,062,155 thousand pounds. 



The output of cyclic miscellaneous chemicals as a group totaled 695 million pounds in 1958- - 
7.5 percent less than the 752 million pounds reported for 1957. Sales totaled 427 million pounds, 
valued at $128 million, in 1958, compared with 456 million pounds, valued at $133 million, in 
1957. On the basis of use, the most important group was the lubricating oil additives, production 
of which amounted to 387 million pounds in 1958, compared with 400 million pounds in 1957. 

In 1958 the output of acyclic miscellaneous chemicals as a group totaled 26,386 millionpounds, 
or 0.7 percent more than the 26,192 million pounds reported for 1957. This miscellaneous group 
includes chemicals used as acyclic internnediates, solvents, flotation reagents, aerosol propel- 
lents, refrigerants, and for other purposes. Sales of acyclic miscellaneous chemicals totaled 
10,439 million pounds, valued at $1,520 million, in 1958, compared with 10,422 nnillion pounds, 
valued at $1,523 nnillion, in 1957. The large difference between production and sales of acyclic 
miscellaneous chemicals indicates that a substantial part of the output is consumed at the pro- 
ducing plants in the manufacture of more advanced products." 



Acyclic miscellaneous chemicals used in the manufactuie of more advanced products are acyclic intermediates. Although acyclic 
Intermediates correspond in function to cyclic intermediates, the chemical Industry does not commonly recognize any special group of acyclic 
miscellaneous chemicals as Intermediates. 



5h SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 

Production of halogenated hydrocarbons (a group consisting of chlorine, bromine, fluorine, 
and iodine derivatives of hydrocarbons) totaled 4,083 million pounds in 1958, compared with 4,187 
million pounds in 1957. This subgroup includes such chemicals as ethyl chloride, ethylene di- 
chloride, and monomeric vinyl chloride. 

Miscellaneous synthetic organic chemicals for which the volume of production was larger in 
1958 than in 1957 include ethyl alcohol (1.5 billion pounds, compared with 1.4 billion pounds); urea 
(1.1 billion pounds, compared with 960 million, pounds) ; and acetic anhydride (965 million pounds, 
compared with 912 million pounds). Such chemicals for which the volume of production was smaller 
in 1958 than in 1957 include methanol (1.4 billion pounds, compared with 1.5 billion pounds); ethyl- 
ene glycol (l.l billion pounds, compared with 1.2 billion pounds); and isopropyl alcohol (1.0 billion 
pounds, compared with 1.2 billion pounds). Production of ethylene oxide and of formaldehyde was 
approximately the same in both 1957 and 1958. . 



PART m. ALPHABETICAL LIST OF INDIVIDUAL PRODUCTS, 
AND NAMES OF MANUFACTURERS 



BY GROUPS, 



This section of the report consists of (1) a series of tables that supplement the statistical 
information given in parts I and II, and (2) a Directory of Manufacturers. The tables with num- 
bers that include the letter "B" supplement the tables in part I or part II with numbers that in- 
clude 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 1958. The tables include only data on those chemicals 
for which the volume of production or sales in 1958 exceeded 1,000 pounds or for which the value 
of sales exceeded $1,000. Where separate statistics for an item are given in the tables in part I 
or part II, an asterisk (*) precedes the name of the item in the tables in part III. The manufac- 
turers of each product are indicated by identification numbers, which are listed in the Directory 
of Manufacturers (table Z3). A few companies, however, have specifically requested that they 
not be identified as having produced or sold certain items. These manufacturers are indicated 
by the letter "X" in the tables. 

Tar Crudes 

TABLE 4B. — Organic chemicals: Tar crudes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, identified by 

ntanufacturer , ISf^H 

liar crudes for which separate statistics are given in table -iA in pt. II are marked below with an asterisk («); 
products not so marked do not appear in table Ak because the reported data are ' accepted in confidence and may not 
be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23. Table 23 identifies all 
U.S. producers of tar crudes (except producers who report to the Division of Bituminous Coal, U.S. Bureau of 
Mines)] 



Product 


Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23)^ 


»Crude light oil - - 

Light-oil distillates: 


87, 341, 357. 

341, 474, 506, 526, 550, 626. 
341, 474, 506, 526, 550, 626. 
341, 474, 506, 550, 626. 








All other light-oil distillates — 

Pyridine: Crude bases and semirefined 

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-aoid content of — 

5io to less than 24;t 


161, 506, 626. 
540, 626. 

9, 152, 161, 362. 

161, 362, 388, 540, 558. 

172, 341, 357, 388, 474, 540, 557, 626. 

388, 474, 557, 626. 
60, 362, 540, 557, 626. 
172, 540, .557, 558, 626. 

9, 60, 87, 152, 239, 357, 388, 474, 540, 541, 556, 

557, 558, 626. 
357, 388, 540, 557, 626. 
161, 341, 362, 540, 541, 626. 


»Cresylic acid, crude 

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

•Creosote in coal-tar solution 




*Tar for other uses : 

Crude 

Refined- 

Pitch of tar: 

Soft and medium (water softening points less than 
110° F., and 110° F. to 160° F. ). 


388, 541, 557. 

60, 357, 388, 540, 541, 557, 626. 

9, 87, 357, 388, 540, 541, 556, 557, 558, 626. 

9, 341, 388, 540, 557, 558, 626. 
388, 540, 556, 557, 558. 


»Pitch-of-tar coke and pitch eniulsion 



^ 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 Information Circular No. 7934, 
Coke Plants in the United States on December 31. 195a. 



55 



56 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

Crude Products From Petroleum and Natural Gas for Chemical Conversion 

TABLE 5B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 
for which U.S. production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 

[crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which separate statistics are given in 
table 5A in pt. II are marked 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' identification 
numbers shown below are taken from table 23. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publica- 
tion of his identification number with the designated product] 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



AROMATICS AND NAPHTHENES 

*Alkyl aromatics, distillates, and solvents 

Benzene (except motor grade): 

»Benzene, 1° 

»Benzene, 2° 

*Cresylic acid, crude 

Cyclopentadiene 

»Naphthenic acids: 

Acid number less than 150 

Acid number 150-199 

Acid number 200-22'i 

»Acid number 225-249 

Sodium carbolate and phenate, crude 

»Toluene ; 

^Nitration grade, 1° 

«Pure commercial grade, 2° 

Solvent grade 

All other 

*}iylenes, mixed: 

Aviation grade 

*Five degree 

Nitration grade, 3° 

All other 

All other aromatics and naphthenes 

ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS 

»Ci hydrocarbon: tethane 

*C2 hydrocarbons : 

Acetylene 

»Ethane 

»Ethylene 

C2 and C3 hydrocarbons, mixed 

*C3 hydrocarbons ; 

*Propane 

*Propane-propylene mixture 

■^Propylene 

»C4 hydrocarbons : 

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

•Butadiene and butylene fractions 

«n- Butane 

Butane-propane 

1-Butene 

2-Butene 

»1-Butene and 2-butene mixture 

»Isobutane (2-Methylpropane) 

*Isobutylene (2-^fethylpropene) 

All other 

»C5 hydrocarbons : 

Isopentane (2-Methylbutane) 

»Isoprene (2-Kfethyl-l,3-butadiene) 

n-Pentane 

All other 



151, 


166, 


171, 


240, 


241, 


325, 


338 


346 


569, 618, X. 












90, 


151, 


166, 


205, 


267, 


367, 


460, 


490, 


171, 


240, 


343, 


477, 


479, 


497, 


547 


594 


172, 


205, 


308, 


343, 


473, 


479, 


501 




502. 
















317, 


490. 














205, 


241, 


490, 


613. 










205, 


241, 


613. 












205, 


241 


338, 


343, 


407 


613. 






338, 


473. 














90, 


151, 


166, 


199, 


205, 


343, 


460, 


485, 


117 


191 


240 


343 


367 


490 


501 


502 


479 


621 


638 


666. 










367, 


497, 


547, 


594, 


613 








151 


460 


501 


613. 










90, 


460, 


485, 


594. 










166, 


638. 














171 


325 


343 


367 


479, 


490 


594 


613 


199, 


241, 


386, 


477, 


502, 


666 







367, 386, 



594, 638. 
613, 621. 



490, 594, 638. 



638, 666. 



314, 319, 332, 386, 443, 479. 

117, 474. 

317, 319, 332, 386, 443, 477, 479, 621. 

117, 240, 314, 317, 319, 338, 386, 407, 443, 477, 479, 

502, 506, 576, 618, 621, X. 
241, 569. 

90, 151, 166, 171, 205, 241, 319, 332, 343, 346, 386, 
443, 479, 485, 501, 511, 594, 621, 638. 

317, 338, 386, X. 

117, 240, 308, 314, 319, 343, 367, 374, 386, 477, 479, 
485, 502, 576, 621, X. 

129, 130, 154, 163, 240, 248, 314, 327, 367, 386, 477, 

502, 512, 549, 613, 621. 
117, 240, 343, 374, 386, 485, 613. 
90, 151, 166, 241, 332, 343, 346, 386, 443, 479, 501, 

511, 594, 613. 
594. 
386. 
386. 

163, 171, 317, 319, 327, 338, 343, 477, 501, 613. 
319, 332, 343, 346, 386, 443, 479. 
319, 367, 407, 477, 485. 
367, 386, 443, 479, 618, 621. 

151, 319, 343, 386, 479. 

367, 477, 502. 

386. 

367, 374, 386, 443, 477, 631. 



CRUDE PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 



57 



TABLE 5B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Crude products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 
for which U.S. production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Product 


Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 


ALIPHATIC HYDROCAHBONS— Continued 

Ca hydrocarbons : 

Diisopropyl (2,3-Dimethylbutaiie) 


386. 

367, 386, 594. 

386. 

386. 

386. 

367, 386, 576, 594. 
171, 338, 477. 
386. 
386. 

163, 317, 386, 473, 502. 

367, 386. 

367. 

386. 

166, 171, 317, 325, 338, 367, 477, 490, 497, 613. 

473. 

171, 338, 367, 473, 477, 490. 

151, 479, 613. 

163, 473. 

175, 338, 386, 497, 501, 576, 613. 

386. 
386. 
613. 
325. 
386. 
308, 386, 576, 613, 631. 


Isohexane 

Neohexane (2,2-Dimethylbutane) 

All other 

Cf hydrocarbons: 


t 


T h 


All other 

Cj hydrocarbons ; 


n-Octane 


All other 

Hydrocarbons, C9 and above: 


Eicosane 


»Polybutene 

All other 

^Hydrocarbon derivatives : 

tert-Butyl mercaptan (2-Methyl-2-propanethlol) 

Dl-tert-butyl disulfide ■ 






All other 



58 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



Cyclic Intermediates 

TABLE 7B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer, 1958 

[Cyclic intermediates for which separate statistics are given in table 7A in pt. II are marked below with an aster- 
isk (*) ; 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 shown below are taken from table 23. 
An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the 
designated product. Appendix C lists alphabetically all the important common names of cyclic intermediates usually 
encountered in the trade and gives the corresponding standard {Chemical Abstracts ) name under which the manu- 
facturers' identification numbers are given in this table] 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



Aceanthra(2,l-a)aoeanthrylene-5,13-dione 

4-Acetamido-2-aminobenzeneBulfonic acid 

3-(2-Acetamido-4-amlnophenylazo)-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic 
acid. 

2-Acetamido-3-chloroanthraqulnone 

Acetanllide, tech 

Acetic acid, phenyl ester 

Acetoacetanilide 

o-Acetoacetanisidide 

p-Acetoacetophenetidide 

o-Acetoacetotoluidide 

Acetone phenylhydrazone 

Acetophenone, tech 

p-Acetotoluidide 

21-Acetoxy-A-bromo-17-hydroxy-3,ll,20-triketopregnane 

21-Acetoxy-17 -hydro xy-3, 11, 20-triketopregnane 

N-Acetylanthranilio acid 

Acetyl-2,5-diaminobenzenesulfonic acid 

N-Acetylsxilfanilyl chloride 

Alkyl benzene 

3' -Aminoacetanilide 

M'-Amlnoacetanilide (Acetyl-p-phenylenediamine) 

3'-Amlnoacetophenone 

3-Amino-<i-(p-aminoaiiilino)benzenesulfonlc acid 

5-Amino-2-(p-aminoanilino)benzenesulfonic acid 

5(and 8)-Amino-8(and 5)-(p-aminophenylazo)-2-naphthalene- 

sulfonlc acid. 
l-Amino-«i-(4-amino-3-sulfoanilino)-2-anthraquinonesulfonic 

acid. 
5-Amino-2-anilinobenzenesulfonio acid 

*2-(p-Amlnoanilino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfoiuc acid 

<*-(p-Aminoanilino)-3-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

3-Aiiiino-p-aiiisamide 

3-Amino-p-anisanilide 

*l-Aminpanthraquinone and salt 

*2-Aminoanthraquinone and salt 

'i-Aminoanthraquinone-l(2H) -acridinone 

l-Amino-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

l-Amino-2-anthraquinonesulfonic acid 

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

N-('i-Amino-l-anthraquinonyl)anthranilic acid 

N-(5-Amino-l-anthraquinonyl)anthranilic acid 

N-'8-Amino-l-anthraquinonyl)anthranilic acid 

N-(2-Amlno-l-anthraquinonyl)-p-toluenesulfonamide 

4--Aminoantipyrine 

«6-Amino-3,'i'-azodi[benzenesulfonio acid] 

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

*l-Amino-<i-benzamidoanthraquinone 

*1 -Amino- 5-benzamidoanthraquinone 

6-(m-Aminobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid 

*6-(p-Aminobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid 

2-Amino-p-benzenedisulfonlc acid [S03H=l] 

o-Aminobenzenesulfonic acid 

o-Aminobenzenethiol 

5-Amino-2-benzimidazolinone 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, tech 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, diethylaminoethyl ester 

5(and 8)-Amino-8(and 5)-bromo-l,6(and l,7)-anthraquinonedi 
sulfonic acid. 



553. 






655. 






655. 






525, 


553. 




240, 


521, 


577. 


326. 






257, 


621. 




487. 






487. 






257, 


621. 




512. 






621, 


626. 




474, 


521. 




X. 






X. 






512. 






655. 






474. 






473. 






212. 






221, 


512, 


525, 577, 655 


413, 


565. 




487. 






380, 


655, 




655. 







655. 

655. 
221, 
487. 
525. 
336. 
221, 
221, 
525. 
512. 
525. 
655. 
525. 
512. 
512. 
512. 
225. 
221, 
221. 
474, 
512, 
512, 
221, 
512. 
474. 
474. 
512. 
221, 
225. 
655. 



380, 650, 655. 



474, 487, 512, 523, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
474, 512, 525, 655. 



380, 487, 525, 655. 

512, 525, 651, 655. 

525, 553, 655. 

655. 

512, 525, 650, 



512, 525. 



CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 



59 



TABLE 7B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales ivere reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



I/anufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



*l-Amino-«i-bromo-2-anthraquinonesulfonic acid and sodium 
salt. 

2-Amino-l-bromo-3-chloroanthraqulnone 

l-Amino-2-bromo-4-hydroxyanthraquinone 

l-Aiiiino-4-bromo-2-methylanthraquinone 

l-Amino-2-bromo-'4-(p-toluidino)anthraquinone 

*1 -Amino- 5-chloroanthraqui none 

l-Amino-5(and 8 ) -chloroanthraquinone 

l-Amino-8-chloroanthraquinone 

2-Amino-l-chloroanthraquinone 

*2 -Amino -3 -chloroanthraquinone 

l-Amino-N-(3-chloro-2-anthraquinonyl)-2-anthraquinone- 
c arboxandde . 

^-Amino-G-ohloro-m-benzenedisulfonamlde 

2-Amino-6-ohlorobenzothiazole hydrochloride 

*o-( 3 -Amino-4-chlorobenzoyl) benzoic acid 

2-Amlno-5-chloro-4-ethylbenzenesulfonic acid 

l-Amino-5-chloro-'i-hydroxyanthraquinone 

2-Amino-6-chloro-<l-nitrophenol 

2-Amino-<l-chlorophenol 

6-Amino-4-chloro-l-phenol-2-sulfonic acid 

»2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=1] 

6-Amino-A-chloro-m-toluenesulfor.ic acid [SOsH^l] 

l-Amino-2,'i-dibromoanthraqi'.inone 

*4'-Amino-2',5'-diethoxj'benzanilide 

2-Ajnino-N,N-diinethyl-l-phenol-<i-sulfonaraide 

3-Amino-N,N-dimethyl-p-toluenesulfonamide 

-i-Aminodiphenylamine 

2-Amino-l,3-diphenylpropane 

3-Araino-9-ethylcarbazole, sodium hydrosulfate 

2-A]nino-N-ethyl-5-nitrobenzenesulfonaiiilide 

Aminoethylpiperazine 

5(and 8)-Amino-8(and 5)-(p-hydrox>'anilino)-2-naphthalene- 
sulfonic acid. 

l-Amino-4-hydroxyanthraquinone 

3-Amino-2-hydroxyanthraquinone 

2-Amino-'4-hydroxybenzenearsonic acid 

3-['i-(8-Amino-l-hydroxy-3,6-dlsulfo-2-naphthylazo)-5- 
methoxy-o-tolylazo] -l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, 
benzenesulf onate . 

3-Araino-6-hydroxy-2-methylphenazine (Tolazine base) 

N-(3-Amino-'»-hydroxyphenylsulfonyl)anthranilic acid 

6-Amino-2-( 2 -hydroxy -"i-sulfophenylazo) -l-naphthol-3- 
sulfonic acid, copper derivative. 

5-Aminoisophthalic acid, dimethyl ester 

N- [<C-Amino-3-methoxy-l-anthraquinonyl] -p-toluene- 
sulfonamide. 

m-{'4-Amino-3-methoxyphenylazo)benzenesulfonic acid 

4'-Amino-H-methylacetanilide 

l-Amino-2-methylanthraquinone 

■4 '-Amino-6 '-methyl -m-benzanisidide 

2-Amino-5-(6-methyl-2-benzothiazoyl)benzenesulfonio acid — 
•4-Amino-<i'-C3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)-2,2'- 

stilbenedisulfonic acid. 
3-Amino-5-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)-p-toluene- 
sulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-7-raethyl-2-phenazinol 

2-Amino-N-methyl-l-phenol-'*-sulfonamide 

2-Amino-'+-methylpyrimidine (2-Aniino-4-methyldiazine) 

2-Amino-<t-(methylsulfonyl) phenol 

2-Amino-5-methyl-l,3,4-thiadiazole 

l-Aminonaphth[2,3-c]acridan-5,8,l<i-trione 

'i-Aminonaphth[2,3-c]acridan-5,3,14-trione 

*2-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

*3-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid (Cassella acid) 

3-Amino-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

'i-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

'i-Amino-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonlc acid 

'i-Amino-l,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

*6-Amino-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid (Amino I acid) 

7-Amino-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid (Amino G acid) 



221, 487, 512, 525, 553, 655. 



487, 


553. 






487, 


512. 






512. 








553. 








221, 


474, 


512, 


553, 655 


221, 


474. 






512. 








512, 


525. 






487, 


525, 


553, 


655. 


655. 








655. 








512. 








487, 


525, 


553. 




474, 


551. 






525. 








650. 








221, 


392, 


512, 


655. 


380, 


525, 


655. 




247, 


339, 


413, 


474, 521 


512, 


521, 


525. 




221, 


487, 


512, 


525, 553 


413, 


525, 


634. 




525. 








525. 








432; 








377. 








525. 








525. 








618. 








512. 








221, 


525. 






487, 


525. 






225. 








655. 








221, 


655. 






655. 








655. 








525. 

437. 








512, 


655. 






221, 


525. 






512, 


553. 






525. 








525. 








655. 









512, 


525. 












655. 














474. 














655. 














474. 














512. 














312. 














413, 


474, 


521, 


655. 








221, 


525, 


655. 










655. 














221, 


655. 












221, 


512. 












655. 














212, 


221, 


474, 


512, 


525, 


568, 


655 


221, 


512, 


525. 











60 



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TABLE 7B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



l-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (o-Naphthionic acid) 

*2-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Tobias acid) 

^(and 5)-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonio acid 

*5-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Laurent's acid) 

*5-Ainino-2-naphxhalenesulfonic acid (ije-Cleve's acid) 

*5(and 8) -Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Cleve's acid, 
mixed) . 

*6-Ainino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Broenner's acid) 

*8-Aniino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Peri acid) 

*8-Ainino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid (1,7-Cleve's acid) 

7-Aiiiino-l, 3, 6-naphthalenetri sulfonic acid 

8-Amino-l,3,6-naphthalenetrisulfonic acid (Koch's acid) 

4-Amino-l,3,5-naphthalenetrisulfonic acid-'4,5-sultaiii, 
trisodium salt. 

8-Amino-l-naphthoic acid 

5-Ajnino-l-naphthol 

i-Amino-2-naphthol 

7-Amino-2-naphthol 

»8-Amino-2-naphthol 

7-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid (2fi acid), mono- 
sodium salt. 

3-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, benzenesulfonate 

*3-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid (H acid), monosodium 
salt. 
8-Araino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid (Chicago acid) (2S 
acid), monosodium salt. 

*l-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid (1,2,'4-Acid) 

*6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-EUlfonic acid (J acid) 

*6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (J acid), sodium salt 

*7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Gamma acid), sodium 
salt. 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-5-sulfonic acid (S acid), sodium salt 

»2-Amino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid (S03H=1] 

l-Amino-6-nitro-2-naphthol-4.-sulfonic acid 

*2-Amino-'i-nitrophenol 

2-Amino-6-nitro-l-phenol-4-sulfonic acid 

6-Amino-'4-nitro-l-phenol-2-sulfonic acid ■■ 

2-Amino-5-nitropyrimidine 

4-Amino-'l '-nitro-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonic acid 

2-Amino-5-nitrothiazole 

3-Amino-5-nitro-p-toluenesulfonic acid, potassium salt 

3-Araino— 4-octadecylaminobenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt — 

»3'-Aminooxanilic acid 

4'-Aminooxanilic acid 

p-Aminophenethyl alcohol 

(2 '-Aminophenethylthio) acetic acid 

5-Amino-2-o-phenet.idinobenzenesulfonic acid 

m-Aminophenol 

o-Aminophenol 

*p-Aminophenol 

6-Aniino-l-phenol-2,4-disulfonic acid 

2-Amino-l-phenol-4-3Ulfonaraide 

»2-A'nino-l-phenol-<i-sulfonic acid 

m-(p-Aminophenylazo)benzenesulfonic acid 

*p-(p-Aminophenylazo)benzenesulfonic acid 

8-Amino-7-phenylazo-2-naphthol 

5- (p-Aminophenylazo) salicylic acid 

5-(p-Aminophenylazo)-8-(p-sulfophenylazo)-2-naphthalene- 
sulfonic acid. 

4-Amino-a-phenyl-m-cresol hydrochloride 

2-(p-Aminophenyl)-6-methylbenzothiazole 

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

l-(m-Aminophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic acid 

3-Amino-5-phenyl-l,2,4-triazole 

2-Aminopyridine 

2-Aminopyrimidine 

5-Arainosalicylic acid 

N-(4-Amino-3-sulfo-l-anthraquinonyl)anthranilic acid 

2-[4-(4-Amino-2-sulfostyryl)-3-sulfophenyll-2H-naphtho[l,2] 

triazole-5-sulfonic acid. 
2-Aminothiazole 



512. 

247, 474, 521, 655, X. 

474, 655. 

221, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 521, 536, 619, 655. 

221, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 512, 525, 655. 

512. 

221, 512, 655. 

512. 

525. 

221. 

525. 

51, 655. 

51, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 512. 

655. 

117, 221, 512. 

221, 512, 655. 

221, 474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 

563. 

212, 221, 380, 474, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 512, 525, 655. 



221, 


655. 










221, 


474, 


512, 


655. 






212. 












221, 


380, 


512, 


525, 


650, 


655. 


525. 












380, 


655. 










X. 












212, 


655. 










577. 












525. 












525. 












380, 


650, 


655. 








212, 


512. 










577. 












512. 












221. 












523, 


525. 










650. 












370, 


512, 


523 


650. 






655. 












512, 


525. 










221, 


395 


487 


492 


512 


655. 


650, 


655. 










51, 


221, 


380, 


474, 


512, 


525, 655 



595. 




221, 


512. 


51, 


512, 655 


650, 


655. 


525. 




361, 


557. 


474. 




487, 


655. 


525. 




655. 





CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 



61 



TABLE 7B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U. S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in tatle 23) 



l-Aiiiino-<;-(p-toluenesuIfonamidoJ-2-anthraquinonesulfonic 
acid. 

«4-Ajnino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=1] 

6-Aiiiino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=1] 

5-Amino-2-(p-toluidino)benzenesulfonic acid 

V-C-i-Ainino-o-tolylazo) -1,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

4-(4-Aniino-m-tolylazo) -m-toluenesulfonlc acid 

N-(4-Amino-m-tolyl) -p-benzoquinoneimine 

2-Ajnino-3,'V,6-trichlorophenol 

2-Araino-a, a,a-trifluoro-p-toluenethiol, zinc salt 

*16-Aiiiinoviolanthrone 

*2-Ainino-3,5-xylenesulfonic acid [sOjH^l] 

*Aniline (Aniline oil) 

Aniline hydrochloride 

l-Anilino-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

2-Anilinoethanol (Phenylethanolamine) 

8-Anilino-5-(p-hydroxyanilino)-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid-- 

*Anilinomethanesulfonic acid and salt 

*8-Anilino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid (Phenyl peri acid) 

*6-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Phenyl J acid) 

*>-7-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid (Phenyl garama acid) 

2-Anilino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

o-Anisaldehyde 

p-Anis aldehyde 

Anisic acid 

*o-Anisidine 

p-Anis idine 

o-Anisidine nitrate 

*o-Anisidinomethanesulfonic acid 

Anisole, tech 

Anthracene, refined 

Anthraflavic acid ( 2 , 6-Dihydroxy anthr aquinone ) 

*Anthranilic acid (o-Aminobenzoic acid) 

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

*Anthraquinone (1005^) 

2-AnthraquinonecarboxyliG acid 

N,N'-(l,5-Anthraquinone idioxamic acid 

*l,5-Anthraquinonedisulfonic acid and salt 

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

1,8-Anthraquinonedisulfonic acid 

1,8-Anthraquinonedisulfonic acid, potassium salt 

*2,6-Anthraquinonedisulfonic acid and salt 

»l-Anthraquinonesulfonic acid and salt 

2-Anthraquinones\ilfonic acid and salt (Silver salt) 

*N,N '-(l,5-Anthraquinonylene)diaiithranilic acid 

l-(l-Anthraquinonyl)-l,2-hydrazinedisulfonic acid, disodium 
salt. 

*Anthrarufin (1,5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone) 

Arsanilic acid and salt, tech 

4', 4 '"-Azobis[.4-biphenylcarboxylic acid] 

*iienzaldehyde , tech 

i-enzainide 

--('4-Benzaniido-l-anthraquinonylamino,'naphth[2,3-c]acridan- 
5,8,14-trione. 

l-Benzamido-i-bromoanthraquinone 

l-Benzajnido-4-chloroanthr aquinone 

*l-Benzamido-5-chloroanthraquinone 

l-BenzaBiido-5-chloro-4-raethoxyanthraquinone 

2-[3-("4-Benzajnido-2,5-diethoxyphenyl)-l-methyltriazen-3-yl] 

ethanesulfonio acid. 
[3-(4-Benzamido-6-methoxy-ni-tolyl)-l-methyltriazen-3-yl] 
acetic acid. 

3-Benzamido-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid 

6-Benzamido-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid 

Benzanilide 

*7H-Benz[de] anthracen-7-one ( Benzanthrone ; 

Benzenesulfonamide 

8-('i-Benzenesulfonamido-5-methoxy-o-tolylazo)-l-naphthol- 
3,6-disulfonic acid. 

■nzenesulfonic acid 

enzenesulfonic acid, n-propyl ester 



487, 


525. 












221, 


413, 


474, 


512, 


521, 


525, 


536, 655. 


512. 














221, 


512, 


655. 










655. 














655. 














512. 














655. 














X. 














51, 


474, 


525, 


655. 








115, 


221, 


378, 


586. 








117, 


221, 


240, 


432, 


474, 


512, 


577. 


474. 














512, 


650. 












621. 














512. 














51, 


221, 


380, 


474, 


512, 


650, 


655. 


221, 


380, 


512, 


525, 


655. 






221, 


380, 


487, 


492, 


512, 


525, 


655. 


380, 


487, 


512, 


655. 








655. 














127. 














127. 














'^11, 


525. 












117, 


487, 


512. 










117, 


512. 












525, 


650. 












221, 


512, 


525. 


650, 


655. 






127, 


320, 


512. 










626. 














512, 


525. 












221, 


240. 


392, 


395, 


512. 






512, 


651, 


655. 










474, 


512, 


655. 










221, 


474. 












525, 


655. 












474, 


512, 


525 


553 


655. 






512, 


655. 












512. 














525, 


655. 












221, 


474, 


487 


512 


525 


553 


655. 


221, 


474, 


487 


512 


525 


553 


651, 655 


221, 


487, 


512. 










512, 


553, 


655. 










512. 














221, 


380, 


474 


512 


525 


655 




451. 














512, 


525. 












372, 


447 


471 










651. 














512. 














487. 














512 


525 


655 










221 


474 


512 


553 


651 


655 




525. 














525. 















655. 

655. 

512. 

51, 221, 380, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

209, 392. 

655. 



169. 
209. 



62 



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TABLE IB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i95S- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identificaiion numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



ilide- 



Benzsnesulfonyl chloride 

Benzhydrol (Diphenylmethanol) 

*Benzidine hydrochloride and sulfate 

Senzil (Bibenzoyl) 

»Benzilic acid 

2-Benzofuranacetonitrile 

^Benzoic acid, tech 

*Benzoin 

Benzonitrile 

IH-Benzotriazole 

Benzoylacetic acid, ethyl ester 

»o-Benzoylbenzoic acid 

Benzoyl chloride 

2-Benzoyl-4-sulfobenzoic acid 

2-Benzoyl-'i '- Cp-toluenesulf onamido ) ace 

Benzylanine 

Benzyl disulfide 

Benzyl ether (Dibenzyl etherj 

-i-CN-Benzyl-H-ethylaminoJ -o-toluenesulfonic acid-' 

N -Benzyl -M-ethyl-ra-toluidine 

4,4'-3enzylidinebis[H,N-diethylaniline] 

4 ,4 '-Benzylidinebis [ N , M -dimethylaniline] 

4-Benzylidineiminoantipyrine 

3,3'-Bianthra[l,9]pyrrole-6,6'(2H,2'H)-dione 

[3,3 '-Bi-7H-benz[del anthracen]-7,7'-dione 

»[4,4'-Bi-7H-benz[de] anthracen] -7,7'-dione 

endo-cis-Bicyclo[2,2,l]hept-5-ene-2,3-dicarboxyli 
anhydride. 

[l,l'-Binaphthalene]-8,8'-dioarboxylic acid 

Biphenj'l 

4-Biphenylcarboxylic acid 

Bis (p-aminophenyl) methane 

*l,4-Bis[l-anthraquinonylaiiilno] anthraquinone 

l,4-ias[l-anthraquincnylamino] anthraquinone (partially 
5-chlorinated ) . 

l,5-Bis[l-anthraquinonylainino] anthraquinone 

Bis(l-anthraquinonylamino)violanthrene 

N ,N '-Bis ( l-chloro-2-anthraquinonyl) -4 ',4" -azobis(4- 
biphenylcarboxaIIlide) . 

1,1-1 is ( 2, 4-diamino-m-tolyl) ethane 

4,4'-Eis(diethylaiiiino)benzhydrol-2,6-naphthalenedisulfonic 
acid complex. 

4,4'-Eis [diethylamino]benzophenone (Ethyl ketone base) 

l,5(and l,8)-Bis[5,14-dihydro-5,8,14(13H)trioxonaphth- 
[ 2,3-c] acridin-1-ylamino] anthraquinone. 

2,7-Bis[dimethylamino]acridine hydrochloride ■ 

4, 4'-Bis[dimethylamino] benzhydrol (Michler's hydrol) 

»4,A'-Bis[dimethylaniino] benzophenone (Michler's ketone; 

Bis(p-dimethylaminophenyl)methanesulfonic acid and salt 

l,5-Bis[2,4-dinitrophenoxy] -4,3-dinitroanthraquinone 

l,5(and l,8)-Bis(2,4-dinitrophenoxy)-4,8(and 4,5J- 
dinitroanthraquinone . 

m-Bis[2,3-epoxypropoxy]benzene 

4, 4-Bis(p-hydroxyphenyl) valeric acid 

p-Bis(2,2,2-trichloroethyl)benzene 

Eis(a,a, a- trifluoro-2-nitro-p-tolyl) sulfide 

1,4-Bis (2, 4, 6-trlmethylanilino) anthraquinone 

4-Bromoanisole 

4-Bromobenzalylajninoanthraquinone 

*3-Brorao-7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one ( Bromobenzantlirone ; 

Broraobenzene , mono- 

4-Bromobenzophenone 

2-3romo-6-chloro-4-nitro aniline 

2-Bromo-3'-hydroxyacetophenone benzoate 

l-Dromo-4-(N-methylacetamido) anthraquinone 

*l-Bromo-4-methylaininoanthraquinone 

2-Bromo-3-me thy lanthraqui none 

3'-Bromo-4'-methyl-2-biphenylcarboxylic acid 

6-Eromo-3 -methyl-7H-dibenz[ f , i j] isoquinoline-2 , 7( 3H) -dione- 

1-Broraonaphthalene 

4-Bromonaphthalio anhydride 



209, 
320, 
212, 
439, 
372, 
595. 
117, 
372, 
447, 
392, 
257. 
221, 
427, 
512. 
595. 
320, 
264, 
372, 
221. 
221, 
274, 
274. 
225. 
512, 
512. 
512, 
221. 



655.- 

565. 

221, 395, 512, 

471. 

439, 471. 

372, 427, 447, 471. 

439, 471. 

X. 

400. 

474, 512, 525. 
447. 



578. 
427. 
565. 

512. 
525. 



655. 

525, 553, 651, 655. 



i, 655. 



512, 525. 

117, 240. 

512. 

221. 

474, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

655. 

512. 
525. 
525. 



274, 512. 
512. 

650. 

274, 512. 

221, 274, 413, 512, 525. 

221. 

512. 

512. 

577. 

596. 

427. 

X. 

655. 

320. 

474, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

240. 

320. 

487. 

413. 

525. 

512, 525, 553. 

512. 

512. 

525. 

595. 

525. 



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63 



TABLE 7B. 



--Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i55S— Continued 



2-3romo-A-nitroacetophenone 

1- ( 9-Bromo-7-oxo-7H-benz [del aiithracen-3 -ylamino ) anthra- 
quinone. 

4-Bromophthalic anhydride 

Bromopolystyrene 

Bromoquinizarin 

l-Bromo-2,4^,6-triethyl'benzene 

p-n-Butylaim" nobenzoic acid, ethyl ester 

p-Butylaniline 

2-tert-Butylajithraquinone 

n-Butylbenzene 

tert-Butylbenzene 

p-tert-Butylbenzoic acid 

o-(p-tert-Butylbenzoyl J benzoic acid 

-i-Butyl-m-cresol [0:i=l] 

2'-tert-Butyl-'i ',6'-diinethylacetophenone 

*N^ -Butyl -"i-methoxymetanilamide 

2-tert-Butyl-5-methylanisole 

o-sec-Butylphenol 

p-seo-Butylphenol 

p-tert-Butylphenol 

Butylphenols , mixed 

p-tert-Butyltoluene 

S-tert-Butyl-m-xylene 

p-(3-Carbazolylamino; phenol 

U,N'-Carbonylbls[4-methoxy-6-nitrometanilic acid] 

2,'4'-Carbonyldibenzoic acid 

and 2)-Carboxybenzene-2(and 4j-diazo-l-oxide 

'-(o-Carboxybenzoyl;-2-chlorooxanllic acid 

j-Carboxy-2(and 'i)-hydroxybenzenediazoniuin sulfate 

J-Carboxymethyl-l-(5-chloro-o-tolyl)-3-methyltriazene 

3-Carboxymethyl-3-methyl-l-p-tolyltriazene 

o-(Carboxyniethylthio) benzoic acid 

5-(o-Carboxyphenylsulfanioyl)anthranilic acid 

3- (2-Carboxy-4-sulf ophenyl) -1- C 2, 5-dichlorophenyl; -3-ethyl 

triazene. 
3-(2-Carboxy-<;-sulfophenyl;-3-methyl-l-(';-nltro-o-tolyl)- 
triazene. 

Chelidamic acid 

Chlorendic acid 

Chlorendic anhydride 

2 '-Chloroacetoacetanilide 

'i'-(Chloroacetyl)acetanilido 

m-Chloro aniline 

o-Chloroaniline 

p-Chloroaniline 

m-Chloroaniline hydrochloride 

2-(Chloroajiilino)ethanol 

3-(o-Chloroanilino)propionitrile 

5-Chloro-o-anlsidine [im2=l] (4-Chloro-o-anisidine 
[ OCH3 =1] ) . 

- jhloro-o-anisidine hydrochloride 

-{4-Chloro-o-anisyl)-3-methyl-3-(2-sulfoethyl) triazene 

- ^hloroanthranilic acid 

-^hloroanthraquinone 

■ - - Jhloroanthraquinone 

l-3hloro-2-anthraquinonecaTboxylic acid 

*o-Chlorobenzaldehyde 

p-vhlorobenzaldehyde 

Chloro-7H-benz [de] anthracen-7-one (Chlorobenzanthrone) 

*Chlorobenzene , mono- 

p-Chlorobenzenesulfinic acid 

p-Chlorobenzenes\ilfonamide 

p-Chlorobenzenethiol 

4-Chlorobenzhydrol 

o-Chlorobenzoic acid 

p-Chlorobenzoic acid 

4-Chlorobenzophenone 

5-Chloro-2-benzoxazolinone 

*o-(p-Chlorobenzoyl) benzoic acid 

p-Chlorobenzoyl chloride 

.-Chloro-2-(p-chlorophenoxy 'aniline 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



413, 487, 525, 634, 650. 



209. 
512. 

577. 
487. 
487. 
512. 
320. 
512. 
512. 
386. 
386, 
502. 
512. 
540. 
366. 
336, 
366. 
240. 
240. 
240, 
507. 
502. 
365. 
512. 
525. 
474. 
512. 
525. 
221, 
525. 
525. 
525. 
655. 
525. 

525. 



225. 

427. 

427. 

257, 621. 

512. 

117, 512, 525. 

117, 487, 512, 650. 

117, 512. 

71, 487. 

577. 

512. 

650. 



525. 

525. 

512. 

221, 

221, 

512. 

221, 

471. 

474. 

117, 

655. 

392. 

457. 

451. 

413, 

471. 

377, 

X. 

474, 

471. 

525. 



474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 655. 
474, 525, 655. 

413, 471. 

240, 242, 346, 427, 440, 512, 520, 542, 569, 616. 

471. 
451. 
512, 525, 553, 655. 



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TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , i95S--Continued 



Manufacturers' identification nurabe 
(according to list in table 23) 



ChloroCp-chlorophenyl, phenyl )me thane 

2-Chloro-5-(ohlorosulfonyl)benzoic acid 

N-(3-Chloro-9,10-dihydroxy-2-anthryl)aoetamidebis [acid 

sulfate]. 
'4'-Chloro-2 ',5 '-dimethoxyacetoacetanillde 

*5-Chloro-2,<i-diraethoxyaniline 

l-Chloro-2,'4-dimethoxy-5-nitrobenzene 

4— Chloro-N, N-dijnethyl-3-nitrobenzenesulfonamide 

5-Chloro-'4,7-dimethyl-3{2H)-thianaphthenone 

*l-Chloro-2,"4-dinitrobenzene (Dinitrochlorobenzene ) 

i-Chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzoic acid 

3-Chlorodiphenylamine 

Chlorodiphenylme thane 

a- Chloro-o( and/or p )-dodeoyltoluene [CH3=l] 

2-Chloroethanol, p-toluenesulfonate 

N-(2-Chloroetliyl)-N-etliylaniline 

p- [(2-Chloroethyl)methylamino]benzaldehyde 

2-Chloro-N-ethyl-5-nitroben2enesulfonanilide 

3'-Chloroformanilide 

■4-Chloro-3-hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid 

4'-Chloro-3-hydroxy-2-naphtho-o-toluidide 

5'-Chloro-3-hydroxy-2-naphtho-o-toluidide 

5'-Chloro-4-isopropylmetanilic acid 

^^--Chlorometanilic acid 

5-Chlorometanilic acid 

»6-Chlorometanilic acid 

*l-Chloro-2-methylanthraquinone 

6- Chloro-«i-methylbenzo-l, 3- thiaza-2-thioniuin chloride 

'4-Chloro-N-methyl-3-nitrobenzenesulfonaniide 

'i-Chloro-3-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl )benzenesulfonic 
acid. 

l-Chloro-4-methylsulfonylbenzene 

Chloronaphthalenes 

8-Chloro-l-naphthalenesulfonyl chloride 

9-ailoronaphtho[l,2-b]thiophen-3(2H)-one 

(8-Chloro-l-naphthylthio )acetic acid 

2-Chloro-3'-nitroacetophenone 

*2-Chloro-'4-nitroaniline (o-Chloro-p-nitroaniline ) 

*4-Chloro-2-nitroaniline (p-Chloro-o-nitroaniline ) 

4-Chloro-2-nitroanisole 

*l-Chloro-5-nitroanthraquinone 

l-Chloro-8-nitroanthraquinone 

l-Chloro-2-nitrobenzene ( Chloro-o-nitrobenzene ) 

*l-Chloro-2(and 4 )-nitrobenzene (Chloronitrobenzenes, o- and 
P-)- 

l-Chloro-3-nitrobenzene ( C3iloro-m-nitrobenzene ) 

l-Chloro-'i-nitrobenzene (Chloro-p-nitrobenzene ) 

*4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonaraide 

4-ChIoro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonanilide 

*2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

*2-Chloro-5-ritrobenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

4^-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

*^-(3iloro-3-nitrobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

*o-('i-Chloro-3-nitrobenzoyl)benzoic acid 

l-Chloro-2-nitro-'i-methylsulfonylbenzene 

2-Chloro-'4-nitrophenol 

4-Chloro-2-nitrophenol 

4— Chloro-6-nitro-l-phenol-2-sulfonic acid 

4-Chloro-2-nitrophenyl, p-chlorophenyl ether 

2-Chloro-<i-nitrotoluene 

2-CM.oro-6-nitro toluene 

4-Chloro-2-nitro toluene 

4— Oiloro-3-nitrotoluene 

o-Chlorophenol 

p-Chlorophenol 

p-Chlorophenylaeetonitrile 

4-C3iloro-a-phenyl-o-cresol 

4-Chloro-o-phenylenediamine 

2,2'-(3-Chlorophenylimino)diethanol 

a-Cp-C3ilorophenyl )-4-methyl-a-phenyl-l-piperazinemethanol — 

l-Cm-Chlorophenyl)-3-methyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one 

Chlorophenylsilanes 



377 


565. 








655 










525 










336 










336 


487, 


525, 


619. 




525 










525 










589 










221 


370, 


487, 


512, 525. 




525 










512 










320 


565. 








422 










525 










512 










525 










525 










512 










525 










331 


354. 








71. 










521 










487 


512, 


525. 






221 


512. 








221 


512, 


525. 






221 


380, 


474, 


487, 512, 525, 


553, 655 


512 










655 










512 


525. 








655 










507 










525 










525 










525 










392 










240 


247, 


474, 


487, 512. 




240 


487, 


512, 


650. 




650 










221 


512, 


651, 


655. 




512 










117 


487, 


512. 






487 


512, 


525. 






117 


512. 








117 


487, 


512. 






487 


512, 


525, 


577. 




655 










221 


380, 


487. 






512 


525. 








221 


487, 


525. 






487 


512, 


577, 


655. 




487 


525, 


553. 






655 










117 










512 


525. 








525 


655. 








525. 










512 


525. 








512. 










221 


487, 


512, 


525. 




487. 










117 


240. 








117 


240. 








565. 










117. 










213. 










487. 










650, 


655. 








254. 











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65 



TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , i958--Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



"i-Chlorophthalic acid 

'i-Chlorophthalic acid, sodium salt 

Chlorophthalic anhydride 

2-Chloropyridine 

6-Chloroquinaldine 

7-Chloro-A-quinolinol 

6- Chloroquinophthalone 

•4-Chlororesorcinol 

2-Chloro-5-sulfamoylbenzoic acid 

2- Chloro-i- ( 2 '-sulf ophenylamino ) -6- (4 ' -sulf o-3 '-amino \ 

phenylaminotriazine . 
2-Chloro-'i- (4' -sulf ophenylamino )-6- (^' -sulf o-3 '-amino 
phenylaminotriazine . 

m-Chloro toluene 

o- Chloro toluene 

p-Chloro toluene 

*i^- Chlorotoluene (Benzyl chloride} 

3-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] 

3-Chloro-p-toluidine [NHa^l] 

*<i-Chloro-o-toluidine [nH2=1] 

5-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] 

3-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride 

*4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride 

*5-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride [nH2=1] 

5-Chloro-o-toluidine sulfate [nH2=1] 

(4-Chloro-o-tolylthio)acetic acid 

l-(5-Cliloro-o-tolyl)-3-triazene carbonitrile 

2-Chloro-5-trifluoromethylaniline 

»4-Chloro-a,a,a-trifluoro-3-nitrotoluene 

p-Chloro-a,:i.,a-trifluorotoluene 

6-Chloro-a,a,a-trifluoro-m-toluidine 

2-Chloro-p-xylene 

'4-Chloro-2,5-xylenesulfonyl chloride 

'4-Chloro-2,5-xylylthioacetic acid 

Chrysanthemum monocarboxylic acid, ethyl ester 

Chrysazin (1,8-Dihydroxyanthraquinone ) 

Cinnamoyl chloride 

s-Collidine (2,<i,6-Trimethylpyridine ) 

»Cresols:^ 

m-Cresol 

o-Cresol: 

From coal tar 

From petroleum 

p-Cresol 

'resols, mixed :^ 
*(m,p)-Cresol: 

*From coal tar 

»Frora petroleum 

*^o,m,p)-Cresol: 

«From coal tar 

»From petroleum 

Other 

2,3-Cresotic acid 

»Cresylic acid, refined:'' 

*From coal tar 

»From petroleum 

*Cumene 

8-Cyano-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

Cyanuric chloride 

*Cyclohexane 

Ijii-Cyclohexanedicarboxylic acid, dimethyl ester 

1,2-Cyclohexanedicarboxylic anhydride 

>clohexanol 

'^yclohexanone 

•yclohexanone oxime 

--Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboximide 

■i-Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboxylic anhydride 

"yclohexylaraine 

l-Cyclohexyl-2-prqpanone 

'yclopentene 



117, 


427. 




213, 


361. 




512. 






225. 






512. 






487. 






655. 






655. 






655. 






427. 






471. 






471. 






117, 


372, 427, 471. 




512. 






512, 


525. 




221, 


336, 474. 




221, 


413, 487, 512, 525. 




71. 






512, 


651. 




71, 


413, 487, 512, 525, 555, 634, 


651 


221. 






474, 


512, 589. 




525. 






413. 






392, 


487, 525. 




427. 






487. 






512. 






589. 






589. 






372. 






512, 


525, 655. 




372, 


565. 




540, 


557. 




540. 






172, 


557. 




52, 


172, 300. 




210. 






172, 


540, 557, 626. 




52, 


172, 300, 521, 557. 




540, 


558, 626. 




52, 


172, 300. 




521, 


557. 




240. 






172, 


474, 540, 557, 626. 




52, 


64, 172, 300, 343, 613. 




210, 


240, 613, 626. 




512, 


525. 




48, 


474. 




343, 


367, 386, 511, X. 




512. 






221. 






117, 


221, 238, 240, 427, 512. 




221, 


238, 512. 




221, 


386. 




271. 






221. 






117, 


577. 




366, 


565. 




386. 







See footnote at end of table. 



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TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates forivhick U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i958--Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



*p-Cymene 

Decylbenzene 

1,5 (and l,8)-Diacetamidoanthraquinone 

N-Diallylcamphoramic acid 

, N^-Diallylmelamine 

^-Diaminoanthraquinone 

S-Diajninoanthraquinone 

5(and 1,8 )-Diaminoanthraquin©ne 

*2,6-Dianiinoanthraquinone 

4-Diajiiino-2,3-anthraquinonedicarbonitrile 

4-Diamino-2,3-anthraquinonedicarboximide 

'i-Diamino-2,3-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid 

8-Diaminoanthrarufin 

3 '-Diaminobenzanilide 

'i-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid [SOsIfel] 

S-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=l] 

4'-Diamino-2,2 '-biphenyldisulfonic acid 

'i'-Diamino-3,3 '-biphenyldisulfonic acid 

4'-Diamino-2-biphenylsulfonic acid 

7-Diaraino-2,8-dibenzothiophenedisulfonic acid, 5,5- 
dioxide, disodium salt. 

4-Diamino-2,3-dichloroanthraquinone 

7-Diajnino-4,8-dihydroxy-l, 5-ar,thraquinonedisulfonic acid- 
5-Diamino-l,8-dihydroxy-2,7-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid- 

6-Diamino-2,7-dlmethylacridine 

6-Diamino-2,7-dimethylacridine sulfate 

2 '-Diaiiiino-5,5 '-diiiiethyl-3,3 '-biphenyldisulfonic acid 

4 '-Diainino-5, 5 '-dijnethyl-2, 2' -biphenyldisulfonic acid 

4'-Diamino-3,3'-dimethyltriphenylmethane 

6-Diamino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

l,4-Diajiiino-5-nitroanthraquinone 

2,6-Diaminopyridine 

i'-Diainino-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonic acid 

6-Diamino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=:1] 

5-Dianilino-2,6-anthraquinonedicarboxylic acid 

4--Dianilino-l-hydroxyanthraquinone 

Diary Iguanidine 

*1, 5-Dibenzaraidoanthraquinone 

*4,5'-Dibenzaniido-l,l'-iminodianthraquinone 

5'-Dibenzamido-'i'-methoxy-l,l'-iininodianthraquinone 

5-Dibenzoylnaphthalene 

N'-Dibenzylethylenediajnine 

N '-Dibenzylethylenediamine, diacetate 

9-Dibromo-7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one 

Dibromobenzene 

7-Dibrcaiio-3,8-dihydroxy-l,6-pyrenedione 

6-Dibromo-l,5-naphthalenediol 

Dibromo-8,16-pyranthrenedione 

Dibromoviolanthrone 

»2,5-Dichloroaniline and hydrochloride [nH2=1] 

3,'i-Dichloroaniline 

*l,5-Dichloroanthraquinone 

l,5(and 1,8 )-Dichloroanthraquinone 

1,8-Dichloroanthraquinone 

2,3-Dichloroanthraquinone 

4,8(and <4,5)-Dichloro-l,5(and l,8)-anthraquinonedisulfonic 
acid. 

3,3-Dichloroazoxybenzene 

2,6-Dichlorobenzaldehyde 

3-(3,4.-Diohlorobenzainido)-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one 

«o-Dichlorobenzene 

*o(and p )-Dichlorobenzene 

*p-Dichlorobenzene 

Diohlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

»3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine base and salts 

2,'i-Dichlorobenzoic acid 

2,4-Dichlorobenzoyl chloride 

7,16-Dichloro-6, 15-dihydro-5,9,l'4,18-antfLrazinetetrone 

Dichlorodiphenylsilane 

l,3-Dichloro-s-hexahydrotriazine-2,'i,6-trione 



262, X. 



'^87, 512, 525, 655. 

525, 655. 

512, 655. 

512, 525, 650, 655. 



512. 

512, 525, 655. 



487, 650. 



413, 474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 

487, 512. 

525. 

655. 

525, 655. 
yV74, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

512, 525, 553, 655. 
377, 630. 

474, 512, 525, 553, 651. 



413, 487, 512, 650. 

512. 

512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

525. 

525, 553, 655. 



240, 246, 295, 346, 427, 440, 512, 520, 656. 

272, 295, 542, 569, 616. 

240, 246, 272, 295, 427, 440, 512, 520, 656. 

395, 589, 655, X. 



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TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclicintermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



2, 5-Dichloro-4-hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid 

Dichloroisoviolan throne 

i,5-Dichlorometanilic acid 

*2, 5-Dichloro-'4- (3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl 1 benzene- 
sulfonic acid. 

Diohloromethylphenylsilane 

*2,6-Dichloro-'4-nitroaniline 

<i,5-Dichloro-l-nitroanthraquinone 

l,2-Dichloro-'i-nitrobenzene 

*l,'4-Dichloro-2-nitrobenzene (Nitro-p-dichlorobenzene) 

2,4-Dichlorophenol 

2,5-Dichlorophenylhydrazine 

/i,7-Dichloroquinoline 

2,5-Dichlorosulfanilic acid [S03H=1] 

2,5-Dichloro-4-sulfobenzenediazonium chloride 

p-:>.-Dichlorotoluene 

a, a-Dichloro toluene (Benzal chloride) 

2, >i-Dichloro toluene 

2,6-Dichlorotoluene 

3,i-Dichlorotoluene 

2,'i-Dichloro-5-(p-toluenesulfonaiiiido)-l-naphthol 

Dicyclohexylamine 

Dioyclopentadiene 

4-[Di(p-dimethyla]iiinophenyl)methyl] -2,7-naphthalenedi- 
sulfonic acid. 

2,'i-Di(l,l-dimethylpropyl)phenol (Di-tert-amylphenol) 

2,5-Diethoxyanlline 

2', 5 '-Diethoxybenzanilide 

*p-Diethylaminobenzaldehyde 

Oi-Diethylanino-'i '-hydroxy-m-acetotoluidide 

■xm-Diethylaminophenol (N, N-Diethyl-3-aininophenolj 

4— Dlethylamino-o-tolualdehyde 

*Nj N-Diethylaniline 

N, N-Diethyl-m-anisidine 

Diethylbenzene 

Diethylcyclohexane 

n, N-Diethylcyclohexylamine 

M, N-Diethylmetanilic acid 

!! , t!-'--Diethyl-4-methoxymetanilamide 

:i,M-Diethyl-l-nitrosoaniline 

:;,H-Diethyl-4-nitroso-m-anisidine hydrochloride 

::,"I-Diethyl-m-toluidine 

3,3'-Diformamidocarbanilide 

■;,15-Dlhydro-5,9,14,18-anthrazinetetrone (Indanthrene ) 

3,4-Dihydro-l,2,3-benzotriazin-4.{3H)-one 

-(2,3-Dihydro-2-oxobenzimidazol-5-yl)nietanilio acid 

.;j3-Dihydro-4H-pyran 

1, 5(and 1,8 )-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

l,3-Dihydroxy-4, 5-dinitro-2,5-anthraquinonedisulfonio acid 

2,2'-Dihydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone 

*4,5-Dihydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid (Chromotropio 
acid ). 

*6,7-Dihydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

3,5-Dihydroxy-2-naphthoic acid 

3,4-Di(p-hydroxyphenyl)-3,4-hexanediol 

*15,17-Dihydroxj'violanthrone (Dihydroxydibenzanthrone '; 

2, 5-Diniethoxyaniline 

2,5-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde 

m-Dimethoxybenzene 

p-Dimethoxybenzene 

3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine 

2,4-Dimethoxybenzoio acid 

l,l-(3,3'-Diinethoxy-4,4'-biphenylene )bis[3-methj'l- 
3 - ( 2-sulf oethyl ) triazene ] . 

l,-i-Dimethoxy-2-nitrobenzene 

,4-Diraethoxyphenethylamlne ( Homoveratrylamine ) 

j,4-Dimethoxyphenyl )acetic acid 

3,4-Dimethoxyphenyl)acetonitrile 

16, 17 -Dime thoxyviolan throne 

o-(Dimethylajiiinomethyl)-p-butylphenol 

a-d-4-Diine thy land no-3-methyl-l,2-diphenyl-2-butanol, 
camphor sulfonate. 



474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 



525, 577. 

512. 

487, 512, 650. 

240, 285. 

484, 587. 



512, 525. 

512, 525. 

413, 474, 512. 
506. 



525. 
525, 650. 



299, 655. 

221, 359, 523, 525. 
525. 

512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
577. 

512, 525. 

525. 

221, 395, 487, 512, 655. 



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TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i55S--Continued 



Manufacturers' identification number 
(according to list in table 23) 



a-d-4-Diraethylamino-3-methyl-l,2-diphenyl-2-butanol 

hydrochloride. 
a-dl-<i-Dimethylaniino-3-methyl-l,2-diphenyl-2-butanol 
hydrochloride. 

3-Dimethylainino-2-raethylpropiophenone 

m-Dimethylaminophenol 

N-(p-Dimethylaminophenyl)-l,'i-naphthoquinoneimine 

*N,N- Dime thy laniline 

N, N-Diraethylbenzylamine 

*2,2 '-Diraethyl-l,l'-bianthraquinone 

2,4-Di(l-methylbutyl)phenol 

5,5-Diinethyl-l,3-cyclohexanedione 

2 ',7 '-Dimetliylfluoran 

Dime thy Ihydantoin 

2,S-Dimethyl-13(>hydroxy-9(13p)-ceroxenone 

2,3-Dimethylindole 

N, N-Dimethyl-p-nitrosoaniline 

N, N-Dimethyl-3-nitro-p-toluenesulfonaiiiide 

p-(l,l-Diinethylpropyl)phenol 

'l'-(i,6-Diinethyl-2-pyrimidinylsulfainoyl)acetanilide 

2-[3-(5-Dimethylsulfainoyl-o-tolyl)-l-methyltriazen-3-yl]-5- 
sulfobenzoio acid. 

N,N-Diraethylsulfanilic acid 

2,'1-Dinitroaniline 

*p-(2,<4-Dinitroanilino)phenol 

*1, 5{and 1,8 )-Dinitroanthraquinone 

2,<V-Dinitro-N, N '-(l, 5-anthraquinone )dioxainic acid 

"ijS-Dinitroanthrarufin 

3,3'-Dinitrobenzanilide 

*m-Dinitrobenzene 

2,<i-Dinitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

3,5-Dinitrobenzoic acid 

Dlnitro(3,3'-bi-7H-benz[de]anthracen)-7,7'-dione 

4,5-Dinitrochrysazin 

2,4— Dinitrocuraene 

*2,<i-Dinitrophenol, tech 

»4,4'-Dinitro-2,2'-stilbenedisulfonic acid 

2,4-Dinitrotoluene 

2, 4 (and 2,5)-Dlnitrotoluene 

3, 5-Dinitro-p-toluenesulf onic acid 

Dipentene 

»l,5-Diphenoxyanthraquinone 

1,5 (and l,8)-Diphenoxyanthraquinone 

1,8-Diphenoxyanthraquinone 

Diphenylacetic acid 

Diphenylacetonitrile 

Diphenylamine 

6,8-Diphenylamino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

sym-NjN'-Diphenylethylenediamine 

N, N-Diphenyl-n-propylurea 

Diphenyl-4-pyridylcarbinol 

1,3-Diphenyltriazene 

Dithiodibenzoic acid 

>l,4-Di(p-toluidino)anthraquinone 

1, 5-Di(p-toluidino)anthraquinone 

l,8-Di(p-toluidino)anthraquinone 

Divinylbenzene 

Dodecylaniline 

»Dodecylbenzene (includes keryl-type benzenes I 

Dodecylnitrobenzene 

Dodecylphenol 

o-Ethoxyphenol (2-Hydroxyphenetole ) 

3-Ethylaiiiino-p-cresol 

3-Ethylajnino-p-toluenesulfonic acid [SOsH^l] 

»N-Bthylaniline, refined 

*2-(N-Et.hylanilino)ethanol 

[ 2-(N-i:thylanilino)ethyl]trimethyl ammonium chloride 

3-(N-Ethylanilino)propionitrile 

»ix-(N-Ethylanilino)-p-toluenesulfonio acid 

u-(N-Ethylanilino)-m-toluenesulfonic acid 

N-Ethyl-p-anisidine 

N-Ethylanthranilic acid 



274, 413, 474, 512, 602. 

578, X. 

380, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 655. 



221, 474. 



441. 

474. 

221. 

221, 

320, 

221, 

631. 

577. 

15. 

579. 

15. 

512. 

213, 

525. 

631. 

221, 

525. 

525. 

474, 

221, 

487, 

655. 

487. 

655. 

221, 

525, 

487, 

512, 

512, 

512. 

221, 

221, 

221, 

221, 

525. 

262, X. 

487, 512, 577. 

512. 

577. 

221, 

320, 

240, 

221. 

512. 

320. 

557. 

221. 

392. 

221, 

553. 

553. 

240, 

117. 

117, 

117. 

117, 

117. 

512. 

512. 

221, 



487. 

512, 525. 
512, 655. 



512, 525. 

655. 

512, 586, 595. 

651. 

525, 577. 

487, 512. 

413, 474, 512, 525, 655. 

512. 

512. 



372. 
586. 
474, 512. 



525, 553, 655. 

506. 

221, 473, 479, 497, 613. 

525, b02, X. 



512. 
577. 
115, 
512. 

577. 



474, 512, 621. 
577, 621, 655. 



221, 354, 413, 474, 525, 650, 655. 



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TABLE 7B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates far which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



2-Ethylanthraquinone 

»Ethylbenzene 

o-(p-Ethylbenzoyl)benzoio acid 

N-Ethyleyclohexen-l-ylamine 

3-(N-Ethyl-i4-fomiyl-m-toluldino)propionitrlle 

2-[l-Ethyl-3-(2-methoxy-5-nltrophenyl)trlazen-3-yl] -5- 
sulfobenzoic acid, 

N- Ethyl -1-naph thy la Ttii ne 

9-Ethyl-3-nitrocarbazole 

p-Ethylphenol 

*N^Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamine ( N, N-Ethylbenzylaniline ) 

2-Ethyl-2-phenylmalonic acid, diethyl ester 

l-(o-Ethylphenyl)-3-methyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one 

5-Ethyl-2-picoline (2-Methyl-5-ethylpyridine) (MEP) 

2-Ethylpyridine 

4-Ethylpyrldine 

N-Ethyl-5-sulfoanthranilic acid 

6-Ethyl-l,2,3,^-tetrahydro-l,l,i,A-tetramethylnaphthalene 

N- Ethyl -m-toluidine 

N-Ethyl-o-toluidine 

2-(N-Ethyl-m-toluidino)ethanol 

3-(N-Ethyl-m-toluidlno)-l,2-propanediol 

3-(N-Ethyl-ni-toluidlno)propionltrlle 

a-(N-Ethyl-m-toluldlno J-m-toluenesulfonlc acid 

5-Ethyl-2-vinylpyridine 

1-Ethynylcyclohexanol 

^-Formyl-m-benzenedisulfonic acid 

m-Formylbenesulfonie acid 

»o-Formylbenzenesulfonlo acid (o-Sulfobenzaldehyde) 

3-(<i-Foniiyl-N-inethylanlllno)propionitrile 

Furan 

Furfuryl alcohol 

»Hexachlorobenzene 

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 

Hexachlorophenyl ether ' 

Homophthalic acid 

»p-}^drazinobenzenesiilfonic acid 

3-Hydrazino-5-nitro-p-toluenesulfonic acid [SOsH^l] 

4-Hydrazino-m-toluenesulfonic acid 

Hydroabletyl alcohol 

Hydroquinone , tech 

2 '-Hydroxyacetophenone 

A '-{fcrdroxyaoetophenone 

3'-f^droxyaoetophenone benzoate 

6'-^ydroxy-m-acetotoluidide 

l-Ifcfdroxyanthraquinone 

N-(3-Hydroxy-2-anthraquinonyl)-l-nitro-2-anthraquinone- 
carboxamide. 

■i-Ifydroxybenzenearsonlc acid 

2-Hydroxy-llH-benzo[a] carbazole-3-carboxylie add 

p-Hydroxybenzoio acid 

p-Hj'droxybenzolc acid, butyl ester ( Butylparaben ) 

p-Hydroxybenzoic acid, ethyl ester ( Ethylparaben ) 

p-}tydroxybenzolc acid, methyl ester (Methylparaben) 

p-H/droxybenzoic acid, propyl ester (Propylparaben) 

4-ffydroxy coumarin 

3-(N-2-}fydroxyethylanilino)proplonitrile acetate 

N-2-ttydroxyethyl-(?-resorcylaniide 

2-Hydroxy-'i-methoxybenzophenone 

3-Hyilroxy-2-methylcinchonlo acid 

2-Hydroxyinethyl-'i-isoootylphenoxy-3, 6, 9, 12-tetraoxo-l- 
tetradecanol. 

V-Hydroxy-l-naphthalenecarbainlc acid, methyl ester 

3-}^droxy-2-naphthanlllde 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphth-o-anlsidide 

l-Hydroxy-2-naphthoio acid 

»3-[tydroxy-2-naphthoic acid (B.O.N.) 

3-I^droxy-2-naphth-o-phenetidlde 

3-}tydroxy-2-naphth-o-toluidide 

N-(7-Hydroxy-l-naphthyl)acetamide 

l-i^droxy-4-nltroanthraquinone 

l^droxynitroviolan throne 



413, 512. 
627. 



525. 

117, 151, 240, 506, 621, 626. 

525. 

578. 

512. 

525. 

274, 512. 

525. 

474. 

221, 

372, 

655. 

621. 

557. 

557. 

525. 

366. 

512. 

512. 

525. 

577. 

512, 577, X. 

512. 

557. 

5AA. 

525. 

525. 

221, 354, 413, 525, 650. 

512. 

512. 

363. 

240, 285, 507. 

427. 

240. 

512. 

378, 

115, 

525. 

210. 

237, 413, 577. 

326. 

326. 

413. 

655. 

487, 

487, 



474, 512, 525, 650. 
525. 



655. 
525. 



451. 

487, 525. 

471. 

320, 471. 

471. 

320, 471. 

320, 471. 

451. 

577. 

213. 

474. 

512. 

432. 



655. 

487. 

71. 

221, 

221, 

71, 



336, 471, 512, 521, 525, 555. 
331. 



71. 
525. 
655. 
474. 



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TABLE IB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i95S— Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



l-Hydroxy-N-octadecyl-2-naphthamide 

3-Jfydroxy-5-sulfo-2-naphthoic acid 

2-linidazolidinone 

»1,1 '-Iminobis "i-aminoanthraquinone] 

»1,1 '-Iminobis ^ -benzaim" doanthraquinone ] — 
*1,1 '-Iminobis S-benzami doanthraquinone] — 
»6,6'-Iminobis l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid]- 

*l,l'- Iminobis [A-nitroanthraquinone] 

*1,1 '-Iminodianthraquinone (Dianthrimide ) — 



Isatin 

Isatoic anhydride ■ 

Isocinchomeronic acid, di-n-propyl ester 

Isocyanio acid, p-chlorophenyl ester 

Isocyanic acid, 3,3'-dimethoxy-A,'i'-biphenylene ester 

Isooyanic acid, 3,3 '-dimethyl -4, ^ '-biphenylene ester 

Isocyanio acid, <i-(isocyanatophenoxy )-m-phenylene ester 

Isocyanic acid, methylenebis(2-methyl-p-phenylene ester) 

Isocyanic acid, methylenebis(3-methyl-p-phenylene ester) 

Isooyanic acid, methylenedi-p-phenylene ester 

^Isocyanic acid, A-methyl-m-phenylene ester 

Isocyanio acid, 1-naphthyl ester 

Isoeytosine ( S-Amino-A ( 3H )-pyri mi dinone ) 

Isonicotlnic acid 

Isonicotinlc acid, methyl ester 

Isonitrosopropiophenone 

Isophorone 

Isophthalio acid (1,3-Benzenedioarboxylio acid) 

Isophthaloyl chloride 

i-Isopropylbiphenyl 

»'4,"4'-Isopropylidenediphenol (Bisphenol A) 

"i-Isopropyl-m-phenylenediamine 

1,3-Isoquinolinediol 

»Isoviolanthrone (Isodibenzanthrone) 

Leuco-l,'4-bis(met}iylamino)anthraquinone 

*Leuco-l,'4-dianiinoanthraquinone 

*Leuco quinizarin (1,4,9, 10-Anthratetrol) 

»Leuco tetrahydroxyanthraquinone 

2,4-Lutidine 

Melamlne 

o-Meroaptobenzoio acid 

Metanilanilide 

»Metanilio acid (m-Aminobenzenesulfonio acid) 

Methapyrilene 

1-Methoxyanthraquinone 

*>4-Methoxymetanilic acid 

"i-Methoxy-e-nitrometanilic acid 

p-Methoxyphenylacetlc aoid 

5-Methoxy-m-phenylenediamine (m-Diaminoaniscle ) 

l-(6-Methoxy-m-tolyl)-3-methyl-3-(D-gluoo-2,3,'i,5,6- 
pentahydroxyhexyl )triazene. 

»l-Methylaminoanthraquinone 

l-Jfethylamino-4-(p-toluidino)anthraquinone 

N-Methylaniline 

2-(N-Methylanilino)ethanol 

3-(N-Methylanilino)propionitrile 

2-Methyl-p-anisidine 

3-Methyl-p-anisidine [NH2=1] 

5-Methyl-o-anisidine [NHj^l] 

2-Metliylanthraquinone 

1- ( 3-Methyl-2-anthraquinonylamino ) -5- ( 7-oxo-7H-benz[ de ] - 
anthracen-3-ylamino )anthraquinone. 

N-Methylbenzenesulfonanilide 

3-Methylbenzo[f ]quinoline 

2-Methylbenzothiazole 

N-Methylbenzylamine 

7-Methylbicyclo[2,2,l]hept-5-ene-2,3-dioarboxylio anhydride 

Methyloyclohexane 

N-Methylcyclohexylamine 

N-Methyleneaniline 

4,4'-Methylenebis [2-ohloroaniline] 

4,4 '-Methylenebis[N, N-diethylaniline ] (Methane base) 

4,4'-Methylenebis[N, N-dimethylaniline] 



380, 474, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

553, 651. 

525, 553, 651, 655. 

512, 525, 655. 

553, 651, 655. 

474, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

512. 



624. 
512, 624. 



240, 502. 



525, 553, 651, 655. 

474, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
299, 487, 512. 
525, 655. 
557, 626. 

392. 

380, 474, 512, 523, 525, 655. 



380, 650. 



512, 525. 



512. 
577. 



525. 
512. 



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TABLE IB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales mere reported, 
identified by manufacturer , i95S--Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 23) 



ij'i'-Methylenebisf N,N-dimethyl-2-nitroanlline] 

5, 5'-Methylenebis [toluene-2, ^-diamine] 

Methylenedlaniline 

Methylenedisalicylic acid 

l-h,lethylnaphthalene 

Methylnaphthalene, crude 

N-Methyl-4-'-nitroacetanilide 

N-Methyl-p-nitroanlline 

»2-Methyl-l-nitroanthraqulnone 

N-Methyl-2-nltro-l-phenol-'4-suironamide 

m-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolln-l-yl)benzenesulfonamide 

m-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonic acid 

*p-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonio acid 

6-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)-l,3-naphthalene- 

dlsulfonic acid. 
3-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolln-l-yl)-5-nltro-p-toluene- 

sulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
<V-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolln-l-yl)-m-toluenesulfonic acid 
[S03H=l]. 

»3-Methyl-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one (Developer Z) 

Methylpropylcarblnylbarbituric acid 

'i'-('V-Methyl-2-pyrimidlnylsulfamoyl)acetanilide 

l-Methylpyrrole 

N-Methylpyrrolidine 

»a-Methylstyrene 

2-V,etliylsulfonyl-4-nltroaniline 

4.-Methylsulfonyl-2-nitrophenol 

3-Metlvyl-6-(p-toluidino)-7H-dibenz-[f,lJ]-iBoquinoline-2,7. 
(3H)-dione. 

3-Methyl-l-p-tolyl-2-pyrazolln-5-one 

6 '-Methyl -4 '-p-tolylsulf onamlde-m-benzanlsldide 

^Naphthalene , solidifying at 79° C. or above (refined flaJce 

»From domestic crude naphthalene 

»From Imported crude naphthalaRe 

1,5-Naphthalenedlol (1,5-Dihydroxynaphthalene ) 

2,3-Naphthalenedlol 

■»1, 5-NaphthalenedlEUlf onlc acid 

2,7-Naphthalenedlsulfonic acid 

1-Naphthalenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthalenesulfonlc acid 

2-Naphthalenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthalenesulfonyl chloride 

1,4,5,8-Naphthalenetetracarboxyllc acid 

1,4,5,8-Naphthalenetetraoarboxyllc dlanhydride 

1,3,6-Naphthalenetrlsulfonlc acid 

*Naphthlonic acid (A-Amlno-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid) and 
sodium salt. 

»l-Naphthol (a -Naphthol ) 

2-Naphthol, tech. (p -Naphthol) 

l-Naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonic acid, monosodium salt 

»2-Naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonic acid (R acid) 

*2-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid, disodlum salt 

»2-Naphthol-6,8-dlsulfonic acid (Gacld) 

*2-Naphthol-6,8-dlsulfonlc acid (G acid), disodlum salt 

»l-Naphthol-4-sulfonlc acid (Nevile & Wlnther's acid) 

*l-Naphthol-5-sulfonlc acid 

l-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid 

*2-Naphthol-6-sulfonlc acid (Schaeffer's acid) 

»2-Naphthol-6-sulfonlo acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthol-7-sulfonlo acid 

l-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid sultone (1,8-Naphthosultcine) 

1,-4- Naphthoquinone 

Naphthostyrll 

Naphtho[2,l-b]thlophen-l(2H)-one 

»Naphth[l,2]oxadiazole-5-sulfonlc acid 

1-Naphthylamlne (a-Naphthylamlne ) 

2-Naphthylamlne (p-Naphthylamlne J 

1-Naphthylamlne sulfate 

l-(2-Naphthylamlno)-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

p-2-Naphthylaminophenol (N-(p-f^roxyphenyl)-2-naphthyl- 

amlne) . 
»2-(Naphthylthio)acetlc acid 



525. 
512. 
474. 
471. 
557. 
540, 
221, 
525. 
221, 
655. 
525. 
525, 
212, 
655. 

525. 



547. 
525. 



487, 512, 525, 553, 655. 



655. 

380, 474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 



2, 221, 225, 240, 512, 655. 


441 








474 








X. 








127 








210 


240, 


474, 


626. 


577 








655 








525 








650 








525 








474 


512, 


521, 


540, 557, 626 


256 


474, 


540, 


626. 


221 








525 








221 


525, 


655. 




512 


521. 






655 








221 


474. 






474 








512 


525. 






655 








525 








525 


655. 






221 


474, 


512, 


655. 


221 


512, 


525. 




221 


474, 


521, 


555. 


655 








221 


525, 


655. 




115 


474, 


525. 




221 


512, 


525, 


655. 


474 








221 


512, 


655. 




221 


525, 


655. 




650 








221 


474, 


655. 




115 


521, 


528. 




512 


521. 






380 


655. 






221 


474. 






512 








655 








221 


380, 


512, 


525, 655. 


221 


512, 


525. 




619 








655 








655 








525 









221, 474, 512, 525, 650. 



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-Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



ManuTaoturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



2-Naphthylthioglycollc acid 

*Nicotinic acid, n-butyl ester 

Nicotinonitrile (3-Cyanopyridine ) 

3'-Nitroacetanilide 

<i'-Nitroaoetanilide 

2-Nitro-p-acetanlsidide 

A' (and 5 ')-Nitro-o-acetanlEidide 

3'-Nitroacetophenone 

^'-Nitroacetophenone 

*m-Nitroaniline 

o-Nitroaniline 

p-Nitroaniline 

3-Nitro-p-anisainide 

3 -Nitro-p -anisic acid 

2-Nitro-p-anisidine [nH2"1] 

3-Nitro-o-anisidine [nH2=?1-J 

*4-Nitro-o-anisidine [nH2=i] 

*5-Nitro-o-anisidine [nH2=i] 

5-Nitro-o-anisidine hydrochloride 

o-Nitroanisole 

p-Nltroanisole 

l-Nitroanthraquinone 

l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarbonyl chloride 

*l-Nltro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid 

l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid hydrazide 

»5-Nitro-l-aiithraquinonesulfonic acid 

5(and 8)-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonic acid 

8-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonic acid 

8-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

2-(l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonyl )anthr[2,3]oxazole-5,10-dione- 

m-Nitrobenzaldehyde 

5-(m-Nitrobenzamldo )-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid 

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

»Nitrobenzene 

3'-Nitrobenzenesulfonanilide 

•**in-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

»m-Nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

p-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

5'-Nitro-o-benzenesulfonotoluidide 

m-Nltrobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

5-Nitro-2(3H)-benzimldazolone 

•iSn-Nitrobenzoic acid 

*p-Nitrobenzoic acid 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, butyl ester 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, ethyl ester 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, isobutyl ester 

m-Nitrobenzoyl chloride 

p-Nitrobenzoyl chloride 

'i'-Nltro-<i-biphenylcarboxylio acid 

<i'-Nitro-'4-blphenylcarboxylio acid, sodium salt 

2-Nitro-p-cresol 

Nitrodlphenylamine 

1-Nitronaphthalene 

3-Nitro-l, 5-naphthalenedisulf onic acid 

8(and 5)-Nitro-l(and 2)-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

8-Nitro-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid 

7(and 8)-Mitronaphth[l,2 ]oxadiazole-5-sulfonic acid 

3-Nitro-4-octadecylaminobenzenesulfonic acid 

p-Nitrophenethyl acetate 

Nitrophenethyl alcohol 

p-Nitrophenetole 

o-Nltrophenol 

p-Nitrophenol 

p-Nitrophenol, sodium salt 

N,M '-(4-Nitro-m-phenylene )bisacetajnide 

4-Nitro-o-phenylenediamine 

2-Nitrophenyl ether 

4-Nitro-6- (l-phenyl-5-hydroxy-3-methyl-<i-pyTazolylazo )-l- 
phenol-2-sulfonic acid. 

l-(m-Nitrophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyTazoline-3-oarboxyllc acid 

•4-Nitrophthalimide 

3(and 5)-Nitrosalioylic acid 



451, 557. 



577, 655. 



474, 512, 655. 
487, 512. 
487. 



487, 512, 525. 

487. 

512, 525, 634. 

474, 487, 512, 525, 555, 619, 634, 650. 

487, 512. 



487, 512, 525, 655. 

512, 525, 651, 655. 

655. 

655, 

525. 
413. 



221, 432, 474, 512, 525. 

655. 

221, 380, 512, 525, 650, 651, 655. 



616. 
512, 525. 



512, 525. 
655. 



380, 512, 525, 655. 



650. 
512, 525. 



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TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported^ 
identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



4-Nl+risodiphenylamine 

l-^i+'osi, 2-naphthol 

p-Nitra'ophenol 

p-Nitro! tyrene 

2-[ A- (i-Nitro-2-sulf ostyryl )-3-sulf ophenyl] -2H-naphthol- 
[l,2]triazole-5-sulfonio acid. 

m-Nitro toluene 

o-Nitrotoluene 

p-Nitrotoluene 

Nitrotoluene mixtures 

3-Nitro-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l] 

*5-Nitro-o-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l] 

■i'-Nitro-p-toluenesulfono-o-toluidide 

»2-Nitro-p-toluidine [ NH2=l] 

3-Nitro-p-toluidine [NHj^l] 

*4-Nitro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] 

5-Nltro-o-toluidine [NH2=1] 

*16-Nitroviolan throne 

2-Nitro-p-xylene 

^-Nitro-m-xylene 

*Nitroxylenes, mixed 

2-tert-Nonyl-p-cresol 

Nonyl-dinonylphenol, mixture 

Nonyl- and dodecylbenzenes, mixed 

*Monylphenol 

2-(p-Nonylphenoxy)ethanol 

Octylphenol 

Oxalacetic acid, diethylester, p-sulfophenylhydrazone 

6-Qxo-6H-anthra[9,l]isothiazole-3-oarbonylchloride 

6-Qxo-6H-anthra [9,l]isothiazole-3-carboxylic acid 

*l-(7-0xo-7H-benz[de]anthracen-3-ylamino)anthraquinone 

*l,l'-(7-0xo-7H-benz[de]anthracen-3,9-ylenediimino)- 
dianthraquinone . 

5-Oxo-l-phenyl-2-pyTazoline-3-carboxylic acid 

5-0xo-l-phenyl-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic acid, ethyl ester- 
*5-0xo-l-(p-sulf ophenyl )-2-pyTazoline-3-carboxylic acid 
( pyrazolone T). 

Pentachlorobenzenethiol, sodium salt 

Pentadecylbenzene 

3-[ 2- (m-Pentadecylphenoxy )butyramido] -1- (2,<i, 6-trichloro- 
phenyl)-2-pyrazolin-5-one. 

1,1,3,3,5-Pentamethylindan 

Pentylnaphthalenes ( Anylnaphthalenes ) 

o-Pentylphenol ( o- Amylphenol ) 

3,.4,9,10-Perylenetetracarboxylic acid 

3,<i,9,10-Perylenetetracarboxylic diimide 

Phenethylamine 

Phenethylamine sulfate 

o-Phenetidine 

p-Phenetidine 

«Phenol : 
^Natural : 

*From coal tar:'"' 

U.S.P — 

39° C, m.p - 

»82?t-84^ 

All other 

»From petroleum 

♦Synthetic: 

By caustic fusion: 

U.S.P 

Other 

From 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-sulfonio acid 

Phenoxyacetic acid 

o-Phenoxyanlline 

Phenylacetic acid (a-Toluic acid) 

See footnote at end of table. 



117. 










595. 










221, 


474, 


512. 






395. 










655. 










512. 










221, 


512. 








221, 


512. 








221, 


512, 


525. 






380, 


474, 


525, 


650, 


655. 


221, 


487, 


512, 


525, 


655. 


525. 










413, 


474, 


512, 


521, 


589. 


413. 










451, 


487, 


512, 


525. 




413, 


487, 


512, 


650. 




51, 


474, 


525, 


651. 




512, 


655. 








512. 










221, 


474, 


512. 






432. 










618. 










473. 










432, 


525, 


602, 


618, 


621. 


525. 










602. 










655. 










512. 










512. 










474, 


512, 


525, 


553, 


655. 


221, 


474, 


512, 


525, 


553, 651 


225, 


650. 








525. 










212, 


487, 


525, 


650. 




512. 










497. 










525. 










366. 










631. 










631. 










525. 










525. 










578. 










578. 










117, 


512. 








117, 


512. 








557, 


558. 








540, 


557, 


626. 






540, 


557, 


626. 






172, 


474, 


540, 


557, 


626. 


52, 


172, 


300. 






117, 


627, 


654. 






242. 










240. 










507. 










210, 


613, 


626. 






169. 










117, 


240. 








240. 










650. 










326, 


366, 


372, 


565. 





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TABLE IB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



Rienylacetio acid, ethyl ester, tech 

Phenylacetic acid, methyl ester, tech 

»Phenylaoetic acid, potassium salt 

Hienylacetic acid, sodium salt 

»F^enylaoetonitrile (a-Tolunitrile ) 

i'-phenylacetophenone 

2-Phenylanthr[2,3]oxazole-5,10-dione 

»p-Phenylazoanlline (p-Aminoazobenzene ) and hydrooliloride 

"i-Phenylazo-l-naphthylamine 

'i-Phenylazo-2, 5-xylidlne hydrochloride 

2-Hienylbutyrlc acid 

2,2'-p-Phenylenebis [5-(l-nitro-2-anthraquinonyl)-l,3,'i- 
oxadiazole] . 

<ffl- Phenylened iami ne 

»o-Phenylenediamine 

*p-Phenylenediamine 

1,1'- (p- Phenylenedicarbonyl )bis [ 2- ( l-nitro-2-anthra- 
quinonylcarbonyl )hydrazlne ] . 

Rienyl ether (Dlphenyl oxide) 

Phenylglycine, potassium salt 

Phenylglyclne, sodium salt 

Phenyliydrazine 

Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride 

»2,2 '- ( Phenyli Ttii no )diethanol (Phenyldiethanolamine ) 

Phenylmalonic acid, diethyl ester 

o-Phenylphenol 

p-Phenylphenol 

o-Phenylphenol, sodium salt 

N- Phenyl -p-phenylenediamine 

Phenyl-2-propanone 

Phenyl, 2-pyridyl ketone 

Rienyltetramer 

Fhloroglucinol 

Phthallc acid 

»Phthalic anhydride 

»Phthalic anhydride residue 

Phthalide 

*Rithalimide 

Rithalocyanine, iron derivative 

Rithalocyaninedisulfonlc acid, copper derivative 

Phthalonitrile 

Phthaloyl chloride (Phthalyl chloride) 

♦Picolines:-"- 

2-Picoline (a-Plcoline ) 

3-Picoline (P-Pieoline ) 

A-Picoline (y-Picoline ) 

Picoline ( 3, li -mixture) 

Picramic acid and salt 

Picric acid ('Trinitrophenol) 

Piperazine mixture, crude 

Piperldine 

Polychlorobiphenyl 

Polydodecylbenzene 

Polymethylene polyphenyllsooyanate 

Polypentadecylbenzene 

Primuline base 

Primulinesulfonic acid 

PropiopRenone 

Purpurin (1,2,'i-Trlhydroxyanthraquinone) 

8,16-P5rranthrenedione 

Fyrene 

Pyridine, refined:^ 

*2° pyridine 

Other grades 

3>rPyridinol 

'i'-(Pyrimldinylsulfamoyl)aeetanilide 

2-PyTrolidinone 

»Quinaldine 

*(Jainizarin 



372, 377, 565. 

565. 

326, 372, 565. 

525. 

474, 487, 512, 525, 655. 



221, 474, 512, 525. 
392, 400, 413, 512, 655. 
521, 589. 



512. 

487. 

525, 608. 

512, 525, 577, 621, 655. 



221, 369, 474, 521, 540, 613, 626, 654. 
613, 626. 



240, 392, 512, 525. 



621, 626. 

621. 
626. 
512. 
370, 512. 

512, 557. 



512, 525. 
565. 



557, 626. 
557. 



525. 

474, 512. 

299, 354, 380, 395, 474, 487, 512, 514, 525, 553, 



577, 651, 655. 



See footnote at end of table. 



CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 



75 



TABLE 7B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported 
identified by manufacturer, i95S— Continued ' 



2-Qulnizarinsulfonic acid 

Quinoline : 

1° and 2° Quinoline 

Other grades 

Sj-i-Quinolinediol 

Quinoline yellow, base 

Quinophthalone 

Resorcinol, monoacetate 

Resoreinol, phenethyl ether 

p-Resoroylaldehyde 

°-Resorcylic acid 

Salicylaldehyde 

»Salicylic acid, tech 

Salicylic acid, ammonium chromium complex 

Salioylideneaminoguanidine oleate 

Sodium phenoxide 

Styphnic acid, lead salt 

*Styrene, all grades 

A'-Sulfamoylacetanilide 

5-Sulfamoylanthranilic acid 

Sulfanilie acid (p-Aminobenzenesulfonic acid) and salt 

-i-Sulfoanthranilic acid 

Sulfobenzoic anhydride 

p,p'-Sulfonyldianiline 

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

"i-Sulfophthalic acid 

4.-Sulfophthalic anhydride, potassium salt 

Terephthalic acid 

Terephthalic acid, dimethyl ester 

Terephthalic acid, ethyl, propanyl ester 

l,l'-Terephthaloylbis[2-(l-amino-2-anthraquinonecarbonyl) 

hydrazine]. 

Terephthaloyl chloride 

Terphenyl (Phenylbiphenyl) , 

»Tetrabromo-8,16-pyTauthrenedione 

1,3,6,8-Tetrabromopyrene 

*!>''> 5, 8-Tetrachloroanthraquinone 

1,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 

Tetrachloro- and trichlorobenzene, mixed 

1,3,6,8-TetrachloropyTene 

a, a,2,6-Tetrachlorotoluene 

Tetrahydrofuran 

Tetrahydrofuran polymer 

Tetraiisaminophthalocyanine, copper salt 

1,'4,5,8-Tetrakis[l',l ",1 "',l""-anthraquinonylamino]- 

anthraquinone ( Pentaanthramlde ) . 

1,2,4, 5-Tetramethylbenzene (Durene) 

Tetranitrophthalocyanine, copper salt 

Tetraphenylethane 

2-(2-Thenylideneamino)pyridine 

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

4,'i'-Thiodianiline 

6,6'-Thiodimetanilio acid 

4,4 '-Thiodiresorcinol 

2-Thiophenecarboxaldehyde 

Thiophenol 

m-Tolidine 

o-Tolidine 

o-Tolidine hydrochloride 

»Toluene-2,4-diamine (4-m-Tolylenediamine ) 

Toluene-2,4-disulfonic acid 

o-Toluenesulfonamide 

p-Toluenesulfonamide 

o(and p)-Toluenesulfonic acid 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, anhydrous 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, ethyl ester 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, isopropyl ester 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, methyl ester 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid monohydrate 

p-Toluenesulfono-o-toluidide 

o-Toluenesulfonyl chloride 

p-Toluenesulfonyl chloride 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



304, 589. 

540, 626. 

595. 

512. 

221, 525. 

512. 

487. 

487. 

525. 

474, X. 

471. 

117, 221, 240, 471, 512. 

655. 

512. 

512, 608. 

113. 

117, 151, 191, 240, 466, 502, 506, 621. 

474. 

655. 

221, 474. 

380, 650, 655. 

595. 

512. 

117, 169, 525. 

395. 

512. 

512, 613. 

210, 512. 

487. 

512. 

427. 

117. 

221, 525, 655. 

525. 

512, 525, 553. 

240, 427. 

507. 

487, 655. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

512, 525. 

502. 

512. 

502. 

451. 

512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

474. 

221. 

303. 

451. 

457. 

395. 

221, 395, 512. 

512, 655. 

221, 370, 474, 512, 525, 655. 

525, 655. 

117. 

117, 474. 

117, 169, 521, 525. 

296. 

650. 

512. 

117, 553, 650. 

169. 

512. 

117. 

117. 



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TABLE 7B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclicintermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



a-Toluenethiol 

p-Toluhydroquinone (Methylhydroquinone ) 

m-Toluic acid 

o-Toluic acid 

m-Toluldine 

o-Toluidine and hydrochloride 

p-Toluidine 

Toluidines, mixed 

m-Toluidinomethanesulfonic acid 

o-Toluidinomethanesulfonic acid 

8-(p-Toluidino)-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid 

2-(p-Toluidino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

l-(o-Toluidino)-2-propanol 

o-(p-Toluoyl)benzoic acid 

■i-o-Tolylazo-o-anisidine hydrochloride 

«4-o-Tolylazo-o-toluidine ( o-Aminoazotoluene ) 

A-o-Tolylazo-o-toluidine sulfate 

4-o-Tolylazo-o-toluidine and <i-xylylazoxylidine (a ndxture 
o-(p-Tolyl )benzoic acid 

»2,2'-(m-Tolyllmino)diethanol 

2,4,6-Tribromophenol 

l,2,<i-'rrichlorobenzene 

Trichlorocyclohexylsilane 

l,2,'i-Triohloro-5-nitrobenzene 

3,4,6-Triohloro-2-nitrophenol 

Trlohlorophenyls ilane 

*a,a,a-Trlohlorotoluene (Benzotrichloride ) 

a,2,'i-Trichlorotoluene 

a, 2,'i(and a, 2,6)-Trlchlorotoluene 

a,3,4-Trichlorotoluene 

l,3,5-Trichloro-s-triazine-2,4.,6(lH,3H,5H)-trione 

a,a,a-Trifluoro-2-(2,4-dinitrophenylthio)-m-formotoluidide 

a,a,a-Trifluoro-2-(2,4-dinitrophenylthio)-m-toluidine 

2-Trifluoromethyl-7-nitrophenothiazine 

a, a,o-Trifluoro-6-nitro-ni-cresol 

a, o,a-Trifluoro-m-nitrotoluene 

a,a,a-Trifluorotoluene 

a,a,a-Trifluoro-m-toluidine 

3,4, 5-Trimethoxybenzoic acid 

2,4,5-Trimethylaniline ( Pseudocumidine ) 

l,3,3-Trlmethyl-A^'''-indolineacetaldehyde 

l,3,3-Trimethyl-2-methyleneindoline 

2,3,3-Triinethyl-3H-pseudoindole 

2,4,6-Trinitrobenzoic acid 

2,4, 6-Tris (dime thy laminomethyl)phenol 

3,3'-Ureylenebis(4-methoxybenzenesulfonic acid) 

*6,6'-Ureylenebis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] (j acid urea) 

»Veratraldehyde (3,4-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde ) 

4-Vinylcyclohexene 

2, 2 '-Vinylenebisbenzi mi dazole 

2,2'-Vinylenebis[5-benzimidazolesulfonio acid] 

5-Vinyl-2-piooline (WP) 

2-Vinylpyridine -- 

4-Vinylpyridine 

ffViolanthrone ( Dibenzanthrone ) 

9-Xanthenecarboxylic acid 

m-}(ylene 

o-}5ylene 

*p-}^lene 

}^lenesulfonio acid 

J^lenol crystals 

Xylenols : 

Low b.p 

Medium b.p 

Not classified as to b.p 

}iylidines : 

2,4-)fylidine - 

2,5-Xylidine - - 

o,p-)6flidines, mixed 

^Original mixture 



659. 




577. 




382. 




382. 




512, 525. 




221, 487, 512. 




221, 512. 




474. 




650. 




512, 655. 




221. 




655. 




577. 




512. 




525. 




221, 413, 474, 487, 512, 525. 




512. 




655. 




221, 474. 




487, 525, 577. 




240. 




240, 346, 427. 




489. 




487, 525. 




655. 




489. 




427, 447, 471. 




471. 




372. 




471. 




117. 




X. 




X. 




X. 




331. 




392. 




427. 




209, 392, 659. 




326. 




150, 221. 




512. 




512, X. 




X. 




400. 




602. 




512. 




51, 71, 212, 221, 380, 474, 512, 523, 525, 568, 650 


655. 




114, 117, 320, 366. 




386. 




655. 




655. 




386. 




557. 




557. 




51, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 




627. 




366, 613. 




166, 367, 613. 




151, 366, 367, 485, 613. 




169. 




626. 




52, 172. 




52, 172, 369. 




172, 557. 




512. 




221, 512, 525. 




474. 




221, 474, 512. 





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77 



TABLE 7B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Cyclic intermediates for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Chemical 


Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 


2,<i-J6rlidlne acetate 


221, A87. 

525. 

221, <i87. 
354, 608, 630. 


'♦-(2,5-)^lylazo)-o-toluldlne - 




All other intermediates 



Does not include manufacturer's identification numbers for producers that report to the Divisicn of Bituminous 
Coal, U.S. Bureau of Mines. These producers are listed in U.S. Bureau of Mines, Cokt Plants in the United States on 
December 9], 105S, Information Circular No. 7934. 



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Dyes 



TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. (production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer , 1958 

[Dyes for which separate statistics are given in table 8A in pt. II 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 23. An X signifies that the manufacturer 
did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the designated product] 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification number 
(according to list in table 23) 



ACID DYES 

Acid yellow 1 

Acid yellow 2 

»Acid yellow 3 

Acid yellow 7 

Acid yellow 9 

»Acid yellow 11 

Acid yellow 14 

»Acid yellow 17 

»Acld yellow 23 

Acid yellow 25 

Acid yellow 29 

»Acid yellow 36 

Acid yellow 38 

»Acid yellow 40 

»Acid yellow 42 

Acid yellow 43 

»Acid yellow 44 

Acid yellow 48 

■»Acid yellow 54 

Acid yellow 60 

Acid yellow 63 

Acid yellow 65 

»Acid yellow 73 

Acid yellow 76 

Acid yellow 77 

Acid yellow 90 

Acid yellow 95 

•Acid yellow 99 

Acid yellow 114 

Other acid yellow dyes: Acid yellow FGL, 3GL, GSA, GW, MR, 
NW, R, RN. 

»Acid orange 1 

Acid orange 2 

Acid orange 6 

*Acid orange 7 

»Acid orange 8 

*Acid orange 10 : 

Acid orange 12 

Acid orange 19 

»Acid orange 24 

Acid orange 28 

Acid orange 31 

Acid orange 32 

Acid orange 34 

Acid orange 45 

Acid orange 49 

Acid orange 50 

Acid orange 51 

Acid orange 54 

Acid orange 56 

Acid orange 59 

Acid orange 60 

Acid orange 62 

Acid orange 63 

Acid orange 64 

Acid orange 69 

Acid orange 72 

»Acid orange 74 

Acid orange 76 

Acid orange 86 

Other acid orange dyes: Acid orange E, G, NST, RW 

■»Acid red 1 

»Acid red 4 

Acid red 12 



474, 
650. 



512, 525. 



380, 512, 525, 650. 



380, 
221, 

650. 



474, 512, 525, 655. 

474, 487, 525, 568, 650, 655. 



512, 525, 655. 



525, 
487, 

487, 
212, 

487. 
221, 



650, 655. 
525, 650, 655. 



525, 650. 
354, 380, 474, 525, 650, 655. 



355, 413, 536. 



354, 380, 525, 650, 655. 
512, 525, 650, 655. 
221, 525. 



221, 474, 487, 525, 639, 655. 
474, 512, 525, 655. 
413, 474, 512, 525, 655. 



474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 

655. 

380, 650, 655. 

525. 

512, 525. 

380, 525, 650, 655. 



512, 650, 655. 

221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 650, 655. 
380, 512, 525, 639, 650, 655. 
525, 655. 



DYES 



79 



TABLE 8B. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers' identification numbei; 
(according to list in table 23) 



ACID DYES--Continued 

»Acid red 14 

■*Acid red 17 

*Acid red 18 

Acid red 25 

»Acid red 26 

Acid red 27 

Acid red 29 

Acid red 32 

Acid red 33 

Acid red 34 

Acid red 35 

»Acid red 37 

Acid red 42 

Acid red 51 

Acid red 52 

Acid red 66 

»Acid red 73 

Acid red SO 

»Acid red 35 

«Acid red 87 

»Acid red 88 

«Acid red 89 

Acid red 92 

Aoid red 94 

Acid red 97 

Acid red 99 

Acid red 100 

Acid red 104 

Acid red 106 

Aoid red 109 

Acid red 113 

Acid red 114 

Acid red 115 

Acid red 119 

Acid red 133 

»Acid red 137 

Aoid red 150 

»Acid red 151 

Acid red 155 

Acid red 162 

Acid red 165 

Acid red 167 

Acid red 175 

Acid red 178 

Aoid red 179 

»Acid red 182 

»Aoid red 183 

Aoid red 184 

*Aoid red 186 

Aoid red 189 

Aoid red 190 

Acid red 191 

Acid red 192 

Acid red 194 

Acid red 197 

Aoid red 212 

Acid red 213 

Other aoid red dyes: Acid red B, 3B, BW, 2G, RR, 

»Acid violet 1 

Aoid violet 3 

Acid violet 6 

»Acid violet 7 

Acid violet 9 

Aoid violet 11 

»Aoid violet 12 

Aoid violet 13 

Acid violet 14 

»Aoid violet 17 

Aoid violet 21 



221, 512, 525, 655. 
221, 474, 655. 
474, 525, 655. 

221, 474, 525. 
655. 



487, 639. 

512. 

525. 

380, 512, 525, 655. 



487. 
221, 474, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 380, 474, 512, 525, 568, 539, 650, 655. 
355, 413. 
221, 474, 512, 525, 655. 
487, 525, 650, 655. 
413. 

487, 525, 655. 
650. 



525, 655. 

474, 512, 525, 655. 

487, 639, 655. 

212, 525. 

655. 

512, 525. 

650, 655. 

380, 474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 
655. 



650, 655. 

474, 512, 525, 655. 

512, 655. 

474, 487, 512, 525, 655. 

525, 655. 
525, 655. 



512, 525. 



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TABLE 8B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



ACID DYES— Continued 



Acid violet 29 

Acid violet 34 

»Acid violet 43 

Acid violet 49 

Acid violet 56 

Acid violet 76 

Acid violet 79 

Other acid violet dyes: Acid violet BD, R 

Acid blue 1 

Acid blue 5 

»Acid blue 7 

»Acid blue 9 

Acid blue 10 

Acid blue 13 

Acid blue 15 

Acid blue 18 

Acid blue 20 

Acid blue 22 

»Acid blue 23 

»Acid blue 25 

Acid blue 26 

Acid blue 27 

Acid blue 34 

Acid blue 35 

»Acid blue 40 

Acid blue 41 

»Acid blue 43 

*Acid blue 45 

Acid blue 47 

Acid blue 48 

Acid blue 58 

*Acid blue 59 

Acid blue 63 

»Acid blue 67 

Acid blue 69 

Acid blue 74 

»Acid blue 78 

Acid blue 79 

Acid blue 80 

Acid blue 83 

Acid blue 89- 

»Acid blue 90 

Acid blue 92 

Acid blue 93 

Acid blue 99 

Acid blue 102 

Acid blue 103 

»Acid blue 104 

»Acid blue 113 

Acid blue 114 

Acid blue 116 

Acid blue 118 

Acid blue 120 

Acid blue 122 

Acid blue 145 

Acid blue 154 

»Acid blue 158 and 158A 

Acid blue 159 

Acid blue 161 

Acid blue 165 

Other acid blue dyes: Acid blue, BG, G, MB, R- 
Acid green 1 

*Acid green 3 

Acid green 5 

»Acid green 9 

Acid green 11 

Acid green 12 

■»Acid green 16 

*Acid green 20 



553. 
299, 


512, 


553. 






221, 


655. 








525. 










221. 










221. 










512. 

487, 


525. 








487. 










221, 


474, 


525. 






413, 


474, 


525, 


650. 




221, 


487. 








512, 


655. 








512, 


525. 








525. 










221, 


474. 








355, 


474. 








221, 


512, 


-655. 






221, 


380, 


512, 


525, 


655. 


221. 










525. 










221. 










221. 










221, 


474, 


525, 


655. 




221, 


525. 








221. 


474, 


525, 


655. 




221, 


380, 


474, 


512, 


525, 655. 


512, 


553. 








247. 










512. 










221, 


525, 


655. 






221. 










221, 


525, 


650. 






512, 


525. 








221, 


512. 








354, 


512, 


525, 


553. 




512. 










655. 










525. 










221. 










221, 


525, 


655. 






221. 










247. 










221. 










525, 


655. 








525. 










221, 


512 


525. 






221, 


380 


512 


525. 




512. 










221. 










525. 










487, 


525. 








512. 










512. 










221, 


655. 








212, 


221, 


380, 


474, 


512, 525, 


525. 










474. 










512. 










221, 


487, 


525, 


650. 




474. 










221, 


474, 


512, 


525, 


650, 655. 


525. 










221, 


474 


512, 


525, 


650. 


487. 










525 


655 








221 


474 


512 


525, 


655. 


VI, 


221, 


512, 


655. 





DYES 



81 



TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification number 
(according to list in table 23) 



ACID DYES— Continued 

Acid green 22 

*Acid green 25 

Acid green 35 

Acid green 50 

Other acid green dyes: Acid green B, 2BA 

Acid brown 1 

Acid brown 2 

Acid brown 6 

Acid brown 13 

»Acid brown lA 

Acid brown 19 

Acid brown 22 

Acid brown 29 

Acid brown 31 

Acid brown 45 

Acid brown 93 

Acid brown 94 

Acid brown 95 

Acid brown 96 

Acid brown 97 

Acid brown 98 

Acid brown 127 

Acid brown 129 

Acid brown 152 

Acid brown 153 

Acid brown 154 

Acid brown 158 

Other acid brown dyes: Acid brown B, G, HR, M130, MY 

*Acid black 1 

Acid black 2 

Acid black 12 

Acid black 16 

Acid black 18 

»Acid black 24 

*Acid black 26, 26A, and 26B 

Acid black 29 

Acid black 41 

»Acid black 48 

*Aoid black 52 

Acid black 53 

Acid black 58 

Acid black 60 

Acid black 92 

Other acid black dyes: Acid black, 8B, BAW, BJOS, N 

All other acid dyes 

AZOIC DYES AND COMPONENTS 

Azoic Compositions 

*Azoic yellow 1 

»Azoic yellow 2 

Azoic yellow 3 

»Azoio orange 3 

Azoic orange 4 

Azoic orange 8 

»Azoic red 1 

»Azoic red 2 

*Azoic red 6 

Azoic red 12 

Azoic red 13 

Azoic red 14 

Azoic red 15 

»Azoic red 16 

Other azoic red compositions: Azoic red, AF, B, BN, CP, 
KBS, KL, LB, LBB, RC. 

»Azoio violet 1 

Other azoic violet con5>ositions: Azoic violet, B 

»Azoic blue 2 



221, 

299, 

655. 

474, 

650. 

525. 

487. 

525. 

525. 

221, 

655. 

512. 

512. 

525. 

655. 

474. 

474. 

474. 

474. 

474. 

474. 

655. 

655. 

525. 

525. 

525. 

525. 

512, 

■71, 

221, 

221. 

221. 

221. 

221, 

221, 

221. 

221, 

221, 

221, 

221. 

655. 

655. 

474. 

Vl» 
655. 



380, 474, 487, 525, 553, 650, 655. 
525, 650. 



474, 487, 512, 525, 655. 



525, 650. 
212, 221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
474. 



512, 525. 
512, 655. 



380, 474, 512, 525, 553, 655. 
525, 655. 



221, 512, 525. 



331, 354, 474, 650. 

474, 525, X. 
525. 
331, 525, 650. 



354, 474, 525, 555, 650, X. 

474, 512, 525, 555, 650. 

331, 474, 512, 525, 650, X. 
525. 



650. 
525, 555. 
525, 634, 650, X. 



71, 331, 525, 650, X. 
525, 634. 
71, 525, 650. 



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TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



AZOIC DYES AND COMPONENTS--Continued 
Azoic Compos 1 1 tons- -Continued 

*A2oic blue 3 

Azoic blue 4 

Azoic blue 5 

Azoic blue 6 

Azoic blue 7 

Azoic blue 8 

Other azoic blue compositions: Azoic blue, GGNL 

Azoic green 1 

Other azoic green compositions: Azoic green GL 

Azoic brown 1 

Azoic brown 2 

Azoic brown 7 

Azoic brown 9 

Azoic brown 10 

Other azoic brown compositions: Azoic brown GGN, 2JA, LL, 
P, R. 

Azoic black 1 

Azoic black 2 

Azoic black 4 

Other azoic black compositions: Azoic black, 2B, FOR, FRj 
I, J, JN, MR, R, RFC. 

Azoic Diazo Components, Bases 
(Fast Color Bases) 



Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

»Azoic 

*Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

*Azoic 

Azoic 

*Azoic 

»Azoic 

»Azoio 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Azoic 

Other 

KBO, 



*Azoic 
*Azoic 
»Azoic 
*Azoic 
*Azoic 
»Azoic 
*Azoic 
»Azoic 

Azoic 
»Azoic 
*Azoio 
*Azoic 

Azoic 
»Azoic 

Azoic 



474, 512, 


525 


650 


525. 






331, 525 






71, 525. 






71, 525. 






X. 






525, 634 






71, 525. 






550. 






512. 






71. 






71. 






71, 331, 


525, 


650. 


71. 






71, 525, 


650. 




71, 331, 


525. 




512. 






525, 650 






71, 525, 


634, 


650. 



diazo component 1, base 

diazo component 2, base 

diazo component 3, base 

diazo component 4, base 

diazo component 5, base 

diazo component 8, base 

diazo component 9, base 

diazo component 10, base 

diazo component 11, base 

diazo component 12, base 

diazo component 13, base 

diazo component 14, base 

diazo component 20, base 

diazo con^ionent 28, base 

diazo component 32, base 

diazo component 37, base 

diazo component 41, base 

diazo con^ionent 42, base 

diazo component 44, base 

diazo component 46, base 

diazo component 48, base 

azoic diazo components, base: Azoic diazo component 
base . 

Azoic Diazo Components, Salts 
(Fast Color Salts) 

diazo component 1, salt 

diazo component 2, salt 

diazo component 3, salt 

diazo component 4, salt 

diazo component 5, salt 

diazo component 6, salt 

diazo component 8, salt 

diazo component 9, salt 

diazo component 10, salt 

diazo component 11, salt 

diazo component 12, salt 

diazo component 13, salt 

diazo component 14, salt 

diazo component 20, salt 

diazo component 24, salt 



413, 
VI, 
487, 
413, 
413, 
413, 
221, 

487; 

651, 

413, 

221, 

487. 

413, 

336, 

71, 

487. 

525. 

336. 

71, 

71. 

512. 

512. 



487, 525. 
487. 
512. 

487, 525. 

512, 525, 555, 634. 
512. 

487, 512. 
525. 

487, 512. 

413, 474, 487, 512, 525, 555, 634. 

487, 525, 634, 650. 
413, 525, 634, 650. 
221, 413, 487, 525, 555, 634, 651. 



487 
413 
221 
487 
221 
413 
221 
71, 
413 
487 
71, 
71, 
487 
413 
525 



525, 555, 650. 

487, 525, 634. 

413, 487, 525, 555, 634, 650. 

512, 525, 634. 

487, 525, 555, 650, 651. 

487, 525, 651. 
. 413, 487, 525, 555, 634, 650. 
413, 487, 525, 555, 634, 650. 
, 487, 525, 555, 651. 
, 525, 634, 650, 651. 
413, 487, 525, 555, 650. 
221, 413, 487, 525, 634, 650. 

525, 634. 



DYES 



83 



TABLE 8B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, J95S--Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



AZOIC DYES AND COMPONENTS--Continued 

4201C Diazo Coinponents. Sa i ts- -Continued 
(Fast Color Salts) 

*Azoic diazo component 28, salt 

*Azoic diazo ooraponent 32, salt 

Azoic diazo component 34-, salt 

Azoic diazo component 35, salt 

»Azoic diazo component 36, salt 

Azoic diazo component 37, salt 

Azoic diazo component 40, salt 

Azoic diazo component 41, salt 

*Azoic diazo component 42, salt 

Azoic diazo component 44, salt 

^^Azoic diazo component 48, salt 

Azoic diazo component 49, salt 

Other azoic diazo components, salt: Azoic diazo component 
FR, salt. 

Azoic Coupling Components 
(Naphthol AS and Derivatives) 

Azoic coupling con^ionent 1 

»Azoic coupling component 2 

»Azoic coupling component 3 

*Azoic coupling component 4 

»Azoic coupling component 5 

*Azoic coupling component 7 

»Azoic coupling component 8 

Azoic coupling component 9 

Azoic coupling component 10 

Azoic coupling component 11 

Azoic coupling component 12 

*Azoic coupling component 13 

»Azoic coupling component 14 

Azoic coupling component 15 

Azoic coupling component 16 

*Azoic coupling component 17 

*Azoio coupling component 18 

Azonc coupling component 19 

*Azoic coupling component 20 

*Azoic coupling component 21 

Azoic coupling component 23 

Azoic coupling component 24 

»Azoic coupling component 29 

*Azoic coupling component 34 

Azoic coupling component 35 

Azoic coupling component 36 

Azoic coupling component 43 

Other azoic coupling components: Naphthol AS-BB, AS-BC, 
AS-RR. 

BASIC DYES 

Basic yellow 1 

♦Basic yellow 2 

Basic yellow 9 

Basic yellow 10 

Basic yellow 11 

Basic yellow 13 

Other basic yellow dyes: Basic yellow, 4G, 3RL 

»Basic orange 1 

*Baslc orange 2 

Basic orange 10 

Basic orange 14 

Basic orange 15 

Basic orange 21 

Other basic orange dyes: Basic orange CL, L 

Basic red 1 

»Basic red 2 



525, 634, 650. 

413, 487, 512, 634. 

525. 

525, 634. 

221, 487, 525, 634. 

487, 525. 

525. 

525, 634. 

525, 634, 650. 

413. 

413, 487, 634, 650. 

413, 487. 

71. 



555. 

221, 

336, 

71. 

336, 

221, 

336, 

487. 

336. 

336, 

336, 

336, 

VI, 

525. 

413, 

VI, 

VI, 

336 

VI, 

336 

336 

525 

VI, 

VI, 

336 

525 

525 

VI, 



336, 474, 487, 512, 525, 555. 
487, 525, 555. 
336, 487, 525, 555. 
413, 454, 487, 525. 
336, 474, 487, 525, 555. 
487, 525. 



487, 525. 

487, 525, 555, 634. 
413, 525, 634. 
336, 413, 474, 487, 512, 525, 555. 

, 525. 

336, 413, 474, 487, 512, 525, 555, 634. 
221, 336, 413, 474, 487, 512, 525, 555. 
, 413, 487, 525. 

336, 413, 474, 487, 512, 525, 555. 
, 413, 487, 555. 
, 525. 

336, 487, 525, 555. 
336, 413. 
, 525, 634,. 



512. 

221, 474, 512. 

650. 

525. 

512. 

512, 525. 

512, 525. 

221, 474, 525. 

474, 512, 525, 655. 

650. 

525, 650. 

221. 

512, 525. 

512. 

512, 525. 

221, 512, 525. 



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TABLE 8B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i95S-- Continued 



BASIC DYES--Continued 

^Bnsic red 9 

Basic red l-t 

Other basic red dyes: Basic red B, 3B, G, GL, L 

*Basio violet 1 

Basic violet 2 

»Basic violet 3 

*Basic violet A 

»Basic violet 10 

Basic violet 13 

Basic violet 14 -r 

*Basic blue 1 

Basic blue A 

Basic blue 5 

Basic blue 6 

*Basic blue 7 

*Basic blue 9 

Basic blue 11 

Basic blue 12 

Basic blue 21 

Basic blue 22 

»Basic blue 26 

Other basic blue dyes: Basic blue BGL, 7G 

»Basic green 1 

Basic green 3 

*Basic green 4 

Basic green 5 

»Basic brown 1 

Basic brown 2 

*Basic brown 4 

Other basic brown dyes: Basic brown YL 

Basic black 1 

Basic black 3 

DIRECT DYES 

*Direct yellow <* 

^Direct yellow 5 

*Direot yellow 6 

Direct yellow 7 

Direct yellow 8 

Direct yellow 9 

»Direct yellow 11 

^Direct yellow 12 

Direct yellow 16 

Direct yellow 19 

Direct yellow 20 

Direct yellow 23 

Direct yellow 25 

Direct yellow 27 

»Direct yellow 28 

^Direct yellow 29 

Direct yellow 39 

Direct yellow -41 

Direct yellow 42 

^Direct yellow 44 

»Direot yellow 50 

*Direot yellow 59 

Direct yellow 61 

Direct yellow 62 

Direct yellow 63 

Direct yellow 54 

Direct yellow 81 

Other direct yellow dyes: Direct yellow, BW, CD, EFC, 5G, 
8G, R, RGL, RLFC. 

»Direct orange 1 

Direct orange 6 

*Direot orange 8 

Direct orange 10 

Direct orange 11 

■"Direct orange 15 



247, 


355, 


474. 






512, 


525. 








512, 


525. 








221, 


247, 


274, 


474, 


525. 


474. 










221, 


274, 


413, 


512, 


525. 


221, 


274, 


512, 


525. 




474, 


512, 


525. 






274. 










355, 


474, 


521. 






221, 


274, 


413, 


525. 




512. 










221, 


274, 


413. 






221, 


474. 








274, 


413, 


512, 


525. 




221, 


413, 


474, 


525. 




274, 


512. 








525. 










512. 










512. 










274, 


413, 


512, 


525. 




512. 










221, 


274, 


413, 


474, 


512, 525 


512. 










221, 


274, 


413, 


474, 


525. 


474. 










221, 


474, 


512, 


525, 


655. 


221, 


525. 








474, 


512, 


525, 


655. 




512. 










474. 










525. 











212 


221 


474 


512 


525 


655 






221 


474 


525 












221 


■474 


512 


525 


655 








51. 
















221 


525 


655 












512. 
















221 


474 


512 


525 


655 








212 


221 


512 


525 


655 








650. 
















655. 
















655. 
















512. 
















212 


492 


512 


525 


568 


655 






221 


525 














51, 


221, 


512, 


525, 


655. 








51, 


512, 


525. 












212 


655 














492. 
















655. 
















51, 


212, 


221, 


380, 


492, 


512, 


525, 


650. 


51, 


212, 


221, 


512, 


525, 


568, 


650, 


655. 


51, 


221, 


512. 












525. 
















221, 


525 














512. 
















655. 
















212, 


655 














51, 


212, 


474, 


492, 


525, 


568, 


650, 


655. 


212, 


221 


380 


487 


492 


525 


650 


, 655 


221, 


487 














221, 


512, 


525 


655 










221, 


487. 














525. 
















221, 


474, 


512, 


525 


655 









DYES 



85 



TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



DIRECT DYES— Continued 

»Direct orange 26 

»Direct orange 29 

»Direct orange 34 

»Direct orange 37 

Direct orange 38 

Direct orange 39 

Direct orange 4-0 

Direct orange 41 

Direct orange 42 

Direct orange 48 

Direct orange 49 

Direct orange 55 

Direct orange 59 

Direct orange 61 

Direct orange 62 

Direct orange 64 

Direct orange 67 

Direct orange 70 

»Direct orange 72 

»Direct orange 73 

Direct orange 74 

Direct orange 75 

»Direct orange 76 

Direct orange 78 

Direct orange 79 

Direct orange 80 

»Direet orange 81 

Direct orange 83 ■ 

Direct orange 88 

Other direct orange dyes: Direct orange, DL, GLFC, 2GLL, 
L8GL, 3LWF, NAR, RXA, SCW, SAG. 

«Direct red 1 

»Direct red 2 

Direct red 4 

Direct red 7 

»Direct red 10 

»Direct red 13 

Direct red 14 

»Direet red 16 

Direct red 20 

*Direct red 23 

»Direct red 24 

»Direct red 26 

»Direct red 28 

Direct red 30 

»Direct red 31 

Direct red 32 

•Direct red 37-- 

•Direct red 39 

Direct red 46 

Direct red 53 

Direct red 62 

Direct red 72 

Direct, red 73 

•Direct red 75 

Direct red 76 

•Direct red 79 

•Direct red 80 

•Direct red 81 

•Direct red 83 

•Direct red 84 

Direct red 93 

Direct red 94 

Direct red 99 

Direct red 100 

Direct red 111 

Direct red 117 

Direct red 118 



474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 






71, 212, 474, 512, 523, 525. 






212, 221, 380, 474, 512, '525 


, 655. 




380, 474, 512, 525, 655. 






221. 






380, 512. 






512. 






525. 






655. 






512. 






655. 






221, 512. 






512. 






655. 






221. 






650. 






221, 650. 






655. 






51, 212, 221, 474, 568. 






221, 512, 525, 650, 655. 






512, 525. 






487. 






221, 512, 655. 






512, 650. 






512. 






512, 650. 






221, 512, 525, 650. 






221, 525. 






512. 






51, 71, 212, 492, 512, 525, 


568, 650, 


655. 


71, 221, 487, 512, 525, 568, 


639, 655 




51, 221, 512, 655. 






212, 221, 525, 650, 655. 






5L2, 639. 






221, 474, 487. 






71, 221, 487, 512, 525, 639, 


655. 




655. 






221, 487, 525, 655. 






221, 525. 






212, 380, 474, 487, 512, 525 


, 650, 655 




71, 212, 474, 487, 525, 650. 






51, 474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 






51, 71, 221, 512, 655. 






650. 






221, 512, 525, 655. 






221, 512. 






212, 221, 474, 487, 525, 639 


, 655. 




474, 487, 525, 639, 655. 






71, 655. 






221. 






655. 






655. 






512, 655. 






221, 474, 512, 525, 650. 






221. 






51, 221, 380, 512, 525, 650, 


655. 




71, 212, 221, 380, 487, 512, 


525, 568, 


650, 655. 


51, 71, 212, 221, 380, 413, 


474, 487, 


492, 512, 525 


568, 639, 650, 655. 






71, 212, 221, 380, 492, 512, 


525, 650 


655. 


221, 525, 655. 






650. 






221, 512. 






221. 






221, 655. 






525. 






512. 






512. 







86 



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TABLE 8B. 



■Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



DIRECT DYES— Continued 

Direct red 120 ■ 

»Direct red 122 

Direct red 123 

»Direct red 127 and 127A 

Direct red 128 

Direct red 132 

Direct red 133 

Direct red 135 

Direct red 139 

Direct red 14-8 

»Direct red 149 

♦Direct red 152 

♦Direct red 153 

Direct red 155 

Other direct red dyes: Direct red, 2B, BBL, 6BLL, BN 
8BNL, 4BS, GU, RLL, RN, RP, RPC, WLKS. 

♦Direct violet 1 

Direct violet 7 

♦Direct violet 9 

Direct violet 14 

Direct violet 22 

Direct violet 30 

Direct violet 47 

Direct violet 48 

Direct violet 51 

Direct violet 60 

Direct violet 67 

Direct violet 68 

♦Direct blue 1 

♦Direct blue 2 

Direct blue 3 

♦Direct blue 6 

♦Direct blue 8 

Direct blue 10 

♦Direct blue 14 

♦Direct blue 15 

Direct blue 18 

Direct blue 21 

♦Direct blue 22 

Direct blue 23 

♦Direct blue 24 

♦Direct blue 25 

♦Direct blue 26 

Direct blue 27 

Direct blue 47 

Direct blue 52 

Direct blue 55 

Direct blue 61 

Direct blue 64 

Direct blue 66 ■ 

♦Direct blue 67 

♦Direct blue 71 

Direct blue 74 

Direct blue 75 

♦Direct blue 76 

♦Direct blue 78 

♦Direct blue 80 

Direct blue 84 

♦Direct blue 86 

♦Direct bl'ie 98 

Direct blue 99 

♦Direct blue 100 

Direct blue 101 --- 

Direct blue 102 

Direct blue 104 

♦Direct blue 120 and 120A 

♦Direct blue 126 

Direct blue 127 



525. 

221, 380, 512, 525, 650, 655. 

221, 525. 

221, 380, 487, 512, 525, 650, 655. 

221. 

525. 

512. 

487. 

221, 650. 

512, 525. 

221, 380, 487, 512, 525, 650, 655. 

221, 380, 512. 

221, 380, 487, 650. 

525. 

71, 487, 492, 512, 525, 568, 655. 

221, 487, 512, 655. 

221, 525. 

51, 71, 221, 487, 512, 525, 655. 

221. 

221, 512. 

487. 

512, 525. 

221, 512, 655. 

221, 487, 512. 

221. 

221, 512. 

512. 

71, 212, 221, 380, 474, 487, 512, 525, 568, 639, 650, 

655. 
51, 71, 212, 221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 650, 655. 
221, 655. 

71, 221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 568, 639, 655. 
221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
512. 

71, 221, 512, 655. 
71, 221, 512, 525, 655. 
525. 
655. 

71, 221, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
487. 

212, 221, 474, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
221, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
71, 221, 487, 512, 525, 655. 
512. 
474. 
221. 
221. 

221, 525. 
221. 

512, 650. 

221, 512, 650, 655. 
71, 221, 512, 525, 650, 655. 
512. 

71, 487, 655. 

71, 212, 221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 568, 650. 
221, 380, 487, 512, 525, 650, 655. 
71, 212, 221, 474, 492, 512, 525. 
512. 
212, 221, 354, 380, 487, 512, 523, 525, 528, 568, 

650, 655. 
34, 71, 221, 474, 492, 523, 525, 568, 655. 
525. 

212, 221, 492. 
380. 
380. 
512. 

212, 512, 525, 650, 655. 
221, 512, 650, 655. 
525. 



DYES 



87 



TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



DIRECT DYES— Continued 

Direct blue 130 

Direct blue 132 

Direct blue 133 

Direct blue 136 

Direct blue 138 

Direct blue l'i3 

*Direct blue 151 

Direct blue 162 

Direct blue 176 

Direct blue 180 

Other direct blue dyes: Direct blue, BFL, BG, BL, BRN, F, 
2GFL, 5GL, 6GL, 7GL, 8GLN, AGLR, GLS, 7GUL, LBFU, LBLL, 
L6GA, LLC, LWN, ML, R, RL, 6RL, SWC, UGLL, VG. 

»Direct green 1 

»Direct green 6 

Direct green 8 

Direct green 11 

»Direct green 12 

Direct green lA 

Direct green 15 

Direct green 21 

Direct green 26 

Direct green 27 

Direct green 28 

»Direct green 38 

Direct green 39 

Direct green Al 

Direct green A5 

Direct green ^t 

Direct green 47 

Other direct green dyes: Direct green, 5GLL, 5GSC, LFB, PG 

*Direct brown 1 

»Dlrect brown 2 

*Direct brown 6 

Direct brown 11 

Direct brown 21 

»Direct brown 25 

Direct brown 27 

Direct brown 29 

Direct brown 30 

^Direct brown 31 

Direct brown 32 

Direct brown 33 

Direct brown 35 

Direct brown 40 

Direct brown 44 

Direct brown 48 

Direct brown 49 

Direct brown 57 

Direct brown 59 

*Direct brown 74 

»Direct brown 95 

Direct brown 101 

Direct brown 105 

Direct brown 106 

nirect brown 111 

Direct brown 112 

Direct brown 125 

Direct brown 132 

Direct brown 154 

Other direct brown dyes: Direct brown, lA, 6G, LBT, U, RG- 

Direct black 3 

»Direct black 4 

^Direct black 9 

»Direct black 17 

Direct black 19 

»Direct black 22 

Direct black 29 

Direct black 36 

Direct black 37 



525. 

525. 

525. 

525. 

525. 

512. 

VI, 

221. 

487, 

380. 

71, 



221, 512, 525, 655. 

655. 
212, 474, 487, 492, 512, 525, 568, 639, 655. 



221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 

474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 

639, 655. 
525. 

512, 655. 



525, 655. 
221, 655. 



512, 525, 650, 655. 



525. 

492, 512, 568, 655. 

221, 474, 512, 525, 655. 
212, 221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
221, 487, 512, 525, 655. 



487, 512. 



221, 487, 492, 512, 525, 639. 
512. 



512. 
639. 



487, 512, 525. 

487, 492, 512, 525, 568, 639, 655. 



525. 

525, 650, 655. 

512. 



639, 655. 

492, 512, 568, 639, 655. 

474, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
71, 212, 221, 512, 525. 

525, 655. 

221, 525, 655. 
212, 221, 354, 380, 487, 512, 525, 639, 650, 655. 
487. 



512. 



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TABLE 8B.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



DIRECT DYES— Continued 

»Direct black 38 

*Direot black 51 

Direct black 55 

Direct black 55 

Direct black 60 

*Direct black 67 

Direct black 71-- 

Direct black 75 

»Direct black 78 

^Direct black 80 

Direct black 83 

Other direct black dyes: Direct black #667, BBA, -iBL, CB, 

G, 5G, 2GFL, LBUL, LGL, LWBG, RCW, SBJ, V. 
All other direct dyes 

DISPERSE DYES 

Disperse yellow 1 

Disperse yellow 2 

^Disperse yellow 3 

^Disperse yellow 5 

Disperse yellow 11 

Disperse yellow 23 

Disperse yellow 28 

Disperse yellow 31 

Disperse yellow 32 ■ 

^Disperse yellow 33 

Disperse yellow 3A 

Disperse yellow 37 

Disperse yellow 38 

Other disperse yellow dyes: Disperse yellow, CW, 6D, 3G, 
G8F, 8-GLF, GN, GR, 5R, 2R-GLF, RL, ASL, W-GLF, YL. 

*Disperse orange 3 

♦Disperse orange 5 

Disperse orange 6 

Disperse orange 11 

Disperse orange 15 

Disperse orange 16 

♦Disperse orange 17 

Other disperse orange dyes: Disperse orange, GRN, 2R, 3R, 
RFL, 3RLN. 

♦Disperse red 1 

Disperse red 4 

♦Disperse red 5 

Disperse red 7 

Disperse red 9 

♦Disperse red 11 

♦Disperse red 13 

♦Disperse red 15 

♦Disperse red 17 

Disperse red 19 

Disperse red 20 

Disperse red 21 

Disperse red 28 

Disperse red 30 

Disperse red 32 

Disperse red 35 

Other disperse red dyes: Disperse red, B, 2B-GLF, 3B-GLF, 
-iBLL, FL, FS, 2G, GLF, LB, N, R-GLF. 

♦Disperse violet 1 

♦Disperse violet 4 

Disperse violet 6 

Disperse violet 8 

Disperse violet 11 

Other disperse violet dyes: Disperse violet, #303, B, BN, 
2R, 3R-GLF. 

♦Disperse blue 1 

♦Disperse blue 3 

♦Disperse blue 7 

Disperse blue 8 



71, 212, 221, 474, 487, 512, 525, 639, 655. 
221, 487, 512, 525, 655. 

, 655. 
487. 

, 512, 650. 
, 380, 525. 

, 221, 512, 655. 
212, 221, 487, 525, 568, 639, 650, 655. 



512, 655. 



525 

512 

34, 

354, 

221, 

512, 

487. 

525. 

512. 

354, 

577. 

487. 

487. 

212, 

3-4, 

487, 

487. 

512. 

487. 

487. 

487 _ 

34, 

525. 

3-1, 

487. 

487, 

487, 

212, 

212, 

299, 

655. 

212, 

577. 

487. 

577. 

525. 

577. 

354, 

34, 
354, 
487. 
525. 
577. 
354, 

487, 
34, 
221, 
512. 



212, 
487 
525 
525 



221, 299, 354, 487, 512, 525, 577, 655. 
, 525, 577. 



354, 487, 512, 525, 577, 655. 



212, 
525 



354, 487, 512, 525, 655. 
, 577. 



299, 
, 512, 

212, 

212, 

, 512. 

, 512, 

, 354, 

, 221, 

, 354, 



354, 577. 
577, 655. 



354, 487, 512, 525, 577, 655. 
299, 354, 487, 512, 525, 577, 655. 



525. 

487, 512, 525, 655. 

299, 354, 487, 655. 

487, 512, 525, 655. 



487, 512, 577. 



354, 
, 487 



487, 512, 525, 655. 
, 512, 525. 



512, 525, 577. 



525, 

212, 

354, 



221, 299, 354, 487, 525, 577, 655. 
487, 525, 655. 



DYES 



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TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



DISPERSE DYES— Continued 

Disperse blue 9 

Disperse blue 19 

Disperse blue 27 

Other disperse blue dyes: Disperse blue, AS-7, A8-A5, B, 
BBA, BC, BG, BGF, B-GLF, BLF, CR, FGS, 2G, GBN, GFD, 
3G-GFD, 5G-GFD, GP, GR, GSFR, GSS, JB, LF2G, LS, LWGF, 

MJ, m, mm, nsp, nvy, 2R, ^r, rb, kg, 3Rl, rr. 

Disperse brown dyes 

Disperse black 1 

Disperse black 2 

Disperse black 6 

^Disperse black 7 

^■Disperse black 9 

Other disperse black dyes: Disperse black GGN, GY, JN, NC 

FIBER- REACTIVE DYES 

Fiber- reactive dyes: 

Black B 

Blue 3G, R 

Orange G 

Red 3B 

Red violet R 

Rubine R 

Scarlet 2G 

Turquoise G 

Yellow G, 3G, R, RT 

FLUORESCENT BRIGHTENING AGENTS 

Fluorescent brightening agent 1 

Fluorescent brightening agent 2 

Fluorescent brightening agent ^ 

Fluorescent brightening agent 6 

Fluorescent brightening agent 8 

Fluorescent brightening agent 9 

Fluorescent brightening agent 22 

Fluorescent brightening agent 2't 

Fluorescent brightening agent 25 

Fluorescent brightening agent 28 

Fluorescent brightening agent 30 

Fluorescent brightening agent 32 

Fluorescent brightening agent 34 

Fluorescent brightening agent 4-5 

Fluorescent brightening agent 46 

Fluorescent brightening agent 49 

Fluorescent brightening agent 52 

Fluorescent brightening agent 54 

Fluorescent brightening agent 59 

Fluorescent brightening agent 66 

Fluorescent brightening agent 67 

»Fluorescent brightening agent 68 

Fluorescent brightening agent 71 

Other fluorescent brightening agents: Fluorescent 

brightening agent, AHF, AT, 3BSA, BUP, DPS, EDT, ES, If 
NAR, RG-96, RWS, ST, TAS, WANS, WCN. 

FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC DYES 

food. Drug, and Cosmetic Colors 

*-Blue No. 1 

Blue No. 2 

Green No. 1 

Green No. 2 

Green No. 3 

»Red No. 1 

»Red No. 2 

«Red No. 3 

»Red No. 4 -. 



354, 525. 

487. 

577. 

221, 354, 487, 512, 525, 577, 655. 



354. 

512, 655. 

512, 655. 

221, 487, 512. 

487, 525, 639. 

221, 487, 512, 525, 577. 

354, 639. 



331. 

331, 655. 

655. 

655. 

331. 

655. 

655. 

655. 

331, 655. 



616. 

498. 

474. 

474. 

474. 

474. 

616. 

616. 

525. 

512. 

512, 525. 

525. 

512. 

655. 

616. 

251. 

474. 

616. 

616. 

413. 

264, 498, 525. 

264, 413, 525. 

525. 

264, 474, 525, 616, 650. 



115, 150, 192, 221, 413. 

150, 192, 221. 

115, 221. 

115, 221, 413. 

115. 

150, 192, 221, 413. 

115, 150, 192, 221, 378, 413. 

150, 192, 221, 378. 

115, 150, 192, 221, 378, 413. 



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TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales tvere reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC DYES— Continued 
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Colors --Continued 

Violet No. 1 

Yellow No. 1 

Yellow No. 3 

»Yellow No. 4 

»Yellow No. 5- 

»Yellow No. 6 

Drug and Cosmetic Colors 

Black No. 1 

Blue No. 1 

Blue No. 4 

Blue Nci. 6 

Blue No. 7 

Blue No. 9 

Brown No. 1 

Green No. 1 

Green No. 5 

Green No. 6 

Green No. 8 

Orange No. 1 

Orange No. 3 

•Orange No. 4 

Orange No. 5 

Orange No. 15 

Orange No. 17 ■ 

Red No. 1 

Red No. 2 

Red No. 3 

Red No. 5 

Red No. 6 

Red No. 7 

Red No. 8 

Red No. 9 

Red No. 10 

Red No. 11 

Red No. 12 

Red No. 13 

Red No. 17 

Red No. 18 

•Red No. 19 

»Red No. 21 

Red No. 22 

Red No. 27 

Red No. 28 

Red No. 30 

Red No. 31 

Red No. 33 

Red No. 34 

Red No. 35 

»Red No. 36 

Red No. 37 

Red No. 39 

Yellow No. 1 

•Yellow No. 5 

Yellow No. 6 

Yellow No. 7 

Yellow No. 8 

Yellow No. 10 

Yellow No. 11 

Drug and Cosmetic Dyes, External 

Green No. 1 

Orange No. 3 

Red No. 11 - — 

Red No. 13 



192. 






221, 334. 






192, 221, 


334. 




115, 150, 


192, 


221, 378, 413 


115, 150, 


192, 


221, 378, 413 


221. 






192. 






221. 






192. 






192. 






221. 






221. 






192. 






221. 






221. 






192, 413. 






221. 






192, 221. 






192, 221, 


528, 


536. 


192, 528. 






536. 






192, 536. 






192. 






192, 536. 






192, 528. 






192. 






536. 






192, 528, 


536. 




192, 536. 






192, 528, 


536. 




192. 






192, 528, 


536. 




528, 536. 






528, 536. 






221. 






221. 






192, 221, 


528, 


536. 


192, 528, 


536. 




221. 






528, 536. 






192, 221. 






192. 






192, 528, 


536. 




221. 






192, 528. 






192, 536. 






192, 528, 


536. 




221. 






221, 413. 






192, 221. 






192, 528, 


536 




192. 






192, 221, 


528 




221, 528. 






192, 221. 






192, 221 






221. 






192. 






221. 






192, 221. 







DYES 



91 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC DYES— Continued 
Drug and Cosmetic Dyes, Externa I --Continued 

Red No. lA 

Violet No. 2 

Yellow No. 1 

Yellow No. 5 

MORDANT DYES 

»Mordant yellow 1 

Mordant yellow 3 

»Mordant yellow 5 

»Mordant yellow 8 

Mordant yellow 10 

Mordant yellow 14 

Mordant yellow 16 

Mordant yellow 20 

Mordant yellow 26 

Mordant yellow 29 

Mordant yello# 30 

Mordant yellow 36 

Other mordant yellow dyes: Mordant yellow GLV, GRR, S 

»Mordant orange 1 

Mordant orange 3 

Mordant orange A 

»Mordant orange 6 

Mordant orange 8 

Mordant orange 30 

»Mordant red 3 

»Mordant red 7 

Mordant red 8 

Mordant red 9 

»Mordant red 11 

Mordant red 19 

Mordant red 59 

Mordant red bA 

Mordant violet 1 

Mordant violet 5 

Mordant violet 11 

Mordant violet 20 

Mordant violet A8 

»Mordant blue 1 

Mordant blue 3 

Mordant blue 7 

»Mordant blue 9 

Mordant blue 13 

Mordant blue 32 

Mordant green 9 

Mordant green 12 

Mordant green 36 

Mordant green Al 

»Mordant brown 1 

Mordant brown A 

Mordant brown 13 

Mordant brown 15 

Mordant brown 17 

Mordant brown 18 

»Mordant brown 19 

Mordant brown 21 

»Mordant brown 33 

»Mordant brown 40 

Mordant brown 42 

Mordant brown 43 

Mordant brown 50 

Mordant brown 63 

Mordant brown 70 

Mordant brown 71 

Mordant brown 78 

Mordant black 1 

»MDrdant black 3 



474. 

192, 221, 299. 

192. 

536. 



474, 487, 525, 655. 

512, 525, 655. 

512, 650, 655. 

474, 512. 

655. 

474, 512. 

525. 

650. 



525. 

221, 525. 

474, 487, 525, 655. 

650. 

525, 655. 

474, 655. 

474, 487, 525, 650. 

221, 380, 474, 512, 525, 650, 655. 

474, 525, 655. 

474, 487. 



487, 525. 
221. 



487, 512, 525, 655. 

512, 525. 

655. 

525, 655. 

299. 

221. 

655. 

380, 474, 512, 525, 639, 655. 



512. 
525, 655. 



221, 512, 525, 655. 

221, 380, 487, 512, 525, 639, 650, 655. 



525, 655. 
525, 655. 



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TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MORDANT DYES— Continued 

^Mordant black 5 

Mordant black 7 

Mordant black 9 

«Mordant black 11 

^Mordant black 13 

Mordant black 16 

*Mordant black 17 

*MDrdant black 38 

All other mordant dyes 

OXIDATION BASES 

Oxidation base 2 

Oxidation base 8 and 8A 

Oxidation base 10 and lOA 

Otjier oxidation bases: Oxidation base BCA, NZA 

SOLVENT DYES 

Solvent yellow 1 

»Solvent yellow 2 

^Solvent yellow 3 

Solvent yellow 13 

^Solvent yellow H 

Solvent yellow 16 

Solvent yellow 29 

Solvent yellow 30 

Solvent yellow 33 

Solvent yellow 3A 

Solvent yellow <+0 

Solvent yellow A-2 

Solvent yellow AS 

Solvent yellow AS 

Solvent yellow 47 

Other solvent yellow dyes: Solvent yellow, GSN, LN, PHW, R 

Solvent orange 3 

Solvent orange 5 

*Solvent orange 7 

Solvent orange 20 

Solvent orange 23 

Solvent orange 24 

Solvent orange 25 

Solvent orange 31 

Other solvent orange dyes: Solvent orange, DP, PEL, R, 
Y-293 . 

Solvent red 8 

Solvent red 22 

^Solvent red 24 

Solvent red 26 

Solvent red 27 

Solvent red 33 

Solvent red 34 

Solvent red 35 

Solvent red 40 

*Solvent red 49 

Solvent red 60 

Solvent red 65 

Solvent red 68 

Solvent red 69 

Other solvent red dyes: Solvent red, #49, #322, #430, L, 
SN, XO, Y. 

^Solvent violet 8 

Solvent violet 9 

Solvent violet 13 

Solvent violet 14 

Solvent violet 17 

Other solvent violet dyes: Solvent violet, R 

^Solvent blue 4 

Solvent blue 5 

Solvent blue 7 



221, 525, 655. 




525. 




221, 525. 




71, 212, 221, 380, 487, 512, 525, 650, 


655 


221, 299, 487, 525, 655. 




221. 




221, 380, 474, 512, 525, 655. 




221, 512, 525, 650. 




655. 




474. 




474. 




474. 




380. 




474, 487. 




221, 304, 350, 474, 487, 512, 525. 




221, 350, 474, 512, 525. 




474, 525. 




221, 304, 474, 487, 512, 525, 655. 




304, 525. 




221, 525. 




525. 




221, 474. 




512. 




221. 




221. 




221, 512. 




474. 




512, 525. 




274, 474, 512. 




221, 474, 525. 




655. 




221, 474, 487, 525. 




221, 474, 525. 




221. 




512. 




487, 512. 




221. 




221, 304, 350, 474, 512. 




525. 




525. 




221, 304, 413, 474, 512, 525. 




221, 474, 655. 




221. 




512. 




512. 




525. 




525. 




474, 512, 525. 




221. 




221. 




221. 




221, 512. 




274, 304, 350, 474, 512. 




274, 474, 525. 




274. 




299. 




221. 




221. 




274, 304, 487. 




274, 355, 413, 512, 525. 




274. 




221, 474. 





DYES 



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TABLE 8B. — Synthetic lorganic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



SOLVENT DYES--Continued 

Solvent blue 9 

Solvent blue 12 

Solvent blue 16 

Solvent blue 30 — 

Solvent blue 31 

Solvent blue 32 

Solvent blue 3A 

Solvent blue 36 

Solvent blue 37 

»Solvent blue 38 

Other solvent blue dyes: Solvent blue, BCS, 3BP, EC, THS, ZN 

*Solvent green 1 

Solvent green 2 

^Solvent green 3 

Solvent green A 

Solvent green 10 

Solvent green 11 

Other solvent green dyes: Solvent green, HW 

Solvent brown 11 

Solvent brown 12 

Solvent brown 17 

Solvent brown 19 

Solvent brown 20 

Solvent brown 21 

Other solvent brown dyes: Solvent brown, #54, 5BA, GN 

Solvent black 3 

Solvent black 5 

Solvent black 7 

Solvent black 12 

Solvent black 13 

Solvent black 17 

Solvent black 19 

Other solvent black dyes: Solvent black, #20i, BN, RB 

All other solvent dyes ■ 

SULFUR DYES 

Sulfur yellow 1 

*Sulfur yellow 2 

Solubilized sulfur yellow 2 

Sulfur yellow A 

Sulfur yellow 10 

Sulfur yellow 11 

Other sulfur yellow dyes: Sulfur yellow GG 

»Sulfur red 1 

»Sulfur red 6 

Sulfur red 8 

Sulfur blue 1 

*Sulfur blue 5 

*Sulfur blue 7 

Solubilized sulfur blue 7 

Sulfur blue 9 

Sulfur blue 10 

Sulfur blue 11 

Sulfur blue 13 

Sulfur blue 15 

Other sulfur blue dyes: Sulfur blue CG 

Sulfur green 1 

*Sulfur green 2 

Solubilized sulfur green 2 

*Sulfur green 3 

Sulfur green 11 

Sulfur green 14 

Other sulfur green dyes: Sulfur green 2BF, GGF 

Solubilized sulfur brown 3 

•Sulfur brown 10 

Solubilized sulfur brown 10 

Sulfur brown 14 

Sulfur brown 20 

Sulfur brown 26 



525. 

221, 

221. 

221. 

221. 

487. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

221, 

221, 

274, 

525. 

221, 

525. 

512. 

512. 

15, 

525. 

221, 

512. 

512. 

512. 

221. 

304, 

221. 

221, 

474. 

221. 

221. 

512. 

525. 

274, 

304, 



359. 
221, 
474. 
221, 
525. 
221. 
525. 
221, 
221, 
512. 
359. 
474, 
221, 
221, 
221. 
655. 
221, 
221, 
221, 
221. 
221. 
221, 
370. 
221, 
512. 
512. 
474, 
370. 
221, 
370. 
474, 
512. 
525. 



380, 474, 512. 

274, 304, 474, 525. 

413, 474. 

299, 474, 487. 



221, 274. 
474, 525. 



350, 474, 525. 
474. 



304, 350, 474, 512. 
512, 525. 



359, 474, 512. 
370, 474, 512, 525. 



512, 525. 
474, 512, 525. 



512, 525. 
370, 474, 512. 
370, 474. 



512. 
474. 
474, 512, 525. 



370, 474, 512. 
359, 474, 512. 

525. 

359, 512. 
525. 



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TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Dye 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



SULFUR DYES--Continued 

Sulfur brown 30 

Sulfur brown 33 

Sulfur brown 37 

Solubilized sulfur brown 37 

Sulfur brown 39 

Sulfur brown 4-0 

Sulfur brown "+3 

Solubilized sulfur brown 43 

Sulfur brown 44 

Solubilized sulfur brown 44 

Sulfur brown 45 

Sulfur brown 50 

Other sulfur brown dyes: Sulfur brown R, RCF, 3RL 

Sulfur black 1 

Solutilized sulfur black 1 

Sulfur black 2 

Solubilized sulfur black 2 

Sulfur black 6 

Sulfur black 10 

Solubilized sulfur black 10 

Sulfur black 11 

Solubilized sulfur black 11 

VAT DYES 

Vat yellow 1, 12-l/2?t 

»Vat yellow 2, 8-1/2^ 

Solubilized vat yellow 2, 25^ 

Vat yellow 3, 12-l/25t 

»Vat yellow 4, 12-l/25t 

Solubilized vat yellow 4, 37-1/2^ 

Vat yellow 10, 105t 

Vat yellow 12 

Vat yellow 13, 6-l/25t 

Vat yellow 14 

Vat yellow 15, 11-1/2^ 

Vat yellow 16, 16-2/3^ 

Vat yellow 21, 9-1/2^ 

Vat yellow 22, 10^ 

Vat yellow 28, 10^ 

Other vat yellow dyes: Vat yellow, 5G, GGL, QL, 6GL, PG 

»Vat orange 1, 20^ 

Solubilized vat orange 1, 26^t 

*Vat orange 2, 125( 

Vat orange 3, 13-l/25t 

Vat orange 4, 65^ 

»Vat orange 5, lO^t 

Solubilized vat orange 5, 305t- 

Vat orange 7, ll^S 

*Vat orange 9, 12$ 

Vat orange 11, 6^ 

»Vat orange 15, 10$ 

Other vat orange dyes: Vat orange 2BG 

*Vat red 1, 135^- 

»Solubilized vat red 1, 375^ 

»Vat red 10, 18?^ 

Solubilized vat red 10, 31^6 

Vat red 12, 8-l/2?t— 

«Vat red 13, ll^t ■ 

Vat red 14, IO56 

Vat red 15, 10?t 

Vat red 16, 115t — 

Vat red 17, 10$ 

Vat red 27, 7-l/25t 

Vat red 29, l&i 

Vat red 32, 205£ 

Vat red 35, I2-I/25S 

Vat red 41, 205^-- 

Other vat red dyes: Vat red FG, G, 2G, GL, 2GP, 2R 

»Vat violet 1, Hit- 



474. 

474. 

370. 

370. 

512. 

512. 

221. 

221. 

221. 

221. 

221. 

221. 

474, 525. 

221, 370, 474, 512. 

221, 370, 474. 

221, 474, 512. 

474. 

525. 

221, 474, 512. 

474. 

370. 

370. 



331, 
553, 
512, 
331, 
553, 



474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 650, 655. 
380, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 650, 655. 



370, 
331, 
553. 
380, 
487, 
474, 
474, 

655. 
380, 
512. 
474, 

474, 
525, 
487, 



512, 
655, 



525, 
651. 
512, 
474, 



474, 487, 512, 525. 

512, 525, 553, 650, 655. 

474, 487, 512, 553, 655. 

512, 651, 655. 

512, 525. 

487, 512. 



474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 655. 

487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 

487, 512, 525. 

553. 

525, 655. 



525, 651, 655. 



525, 655. 

512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 



DYES 

TABLE 8B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Coal-tar dyes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer , iS5S-- Continued 



95 



Dye 



VAT DYES— Continued 



Solubilized vat violet 1, 26$ 

»Vat violet 2, 20^6 

»Vat violet 3, I5i 

Solubilized vat violet 3, i,3$ 

»Vat violet 9, 125t 

Vat violet. 12, 10^ 

»Vat violet 13, 6-lAJ 

Vat violet U, 12-l/25t 

Vat violet 17, 12-l/25fc 

Other vat violet dyes: Vat violet, R 

»Vat blue 1, 20^6 

Solubilized vat blue 1, 25^ 

Vat blue 3, 16^ 

Vat blue 4, 10?i 

»Vat blue 5, I656 

Solubilized vat blue 5, 38^ 

»Vat blue 6, 8-l/3!t 

»Solubilized vat blue 6, Y?-l/2$ 

Vat blue 7, 12-l/2?6 

Solubilized vat blue 9, 35^ 

»Vat blue U, 8-l/3^t 

Vat blue 16, 165fr 

»Vat blue 18, 135t 

»Vat blue 20, U5S 

Vat blue 35, 2O56 

Vat blue 43, 40^t 

Other vat blue dyes: Vat blue B, BCL, HG, RA, VH 

*Vat green 1, 65^ 

«Solubilized vat green 1, 12-1/2^ 

»Vat green 3, 10$ 

^Solubilized vat green 3, -26^ 

«Vat green 8, 6-X/2$- 

»Vat green 9, 12-l/2?t 

Vat green 18, &$- 

Vat green 19, \3$ 

Vat green 20, 6it- 

»Vat brown 1, 11^6 

Solubilized vat brown 1, 17^ 

»Vat brown 3, lljt- 

»Vat brown 5, X3$ 

Solubilized vat brown 5, 175t 

Vat brown 11, I296 

Vat brown 12, 12-1/25^ 

Vat brown 13, VTf, 

Vat brown 14, 12^ 

Vat brown 20, 10-1/2!^ 

Vat brown 25, 11-1/2^ 

Vat brown 29, 13$ 

Vat brown 31, 2S$ 

Vat brown 38, 205t- 

Vat brown 40, 145t 

Other vat brown dyes: Vat brown, AG, 3B, BVA, BW, FCF, G, 
2G, HRR, N, PGH, 2RF, VR. 

Vat black 1 • 

Solubilized vat black 1, 27-1/25^ 

»Vat black 9, 165^ 

Vat black 11, 17-l/2!t 

Vat black 13, 145^ 

Vat black 14, ll-l/2^t 

Vat black 15 

Vat black 17, 16$ 

Vat black 18, 15-l/25t 

Vat black 21, 18-1/2^ 

Vat black 22, 19^6 

»Vat black 25, 12-1/2$ 

Vat black 26, 2456 

»Vat black 27, 12-1/236 

Vat black 29, 12-1/256 

Vat black 30, 15-9/1056 - 

Other vat black dyes: Vat black, AP, BBD, 2BC, BJ, BNC, 2G, 
3GA, GR, N, PG, -fi. 

All other dyes 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



525, 553 
221, 331 
221, 331 
525. 

512, 525 
512. 

221, 474 
221, 512 
221, 512 
221, 512 
221, 240 
525. 
331. 

474, 512 
221, 240 
331, 525, 
221, 474, 
331, 525, 
221. 
525. 

221, 512, 
221, 512, 
474, 487, 
51, 221, 
240, 512 
370, 512. 
221, 512, 
221, 474, 
331, 525, 
221, 474, 
331, 525, 
221, 512, 
51, 221, 
512. 
512. 
512. 

221, 474, 
525, 553. 
211, 474, 
331, 474, 
525. 
651. 

221, 512. 
651. 
331. 

221, 380, 
221, 525. 
474. 
487. 
553. 
512. 
221, 370, 



474, 512, 525, 650. 

512, 525. 

553, 655. 

512, 525, 553, 655. 

525. 

512. 



525. 

331, 512, 650. 

487, 512, 525, 553, 650, 655. 
553. 



525, 655. 



512, 553, 651, 655. 
474, 487, 512, 553, 651, 655. 



525, X. 

487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
553. 

487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
553. 
525. 
370, 474, 487, 512, 525, 651, 655. 



487, 512, 525, 553, 650, 651, 655. 



487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
487, 512, 525, 650, 655. 



512, 525. 



487, 512, 651, 655. 



221, 525. 

525. 

221, 525, 655. 

474. 

221, 512. 

512. 

487. 

474. 

221, 525. 

474. 

474. 

221, 

221. 

221, 

655. 

655. 

221, 240, 370, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 650, 655. 



380, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 
380, 474, 487, 512, 525, 553, 651, 655. 



437, 492, 512. 



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Toners and Lakes 



TABLE IIB. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , 1958 



[Toners and lakes for which separate statistics are given in table llA are marked below with an asterisk (*); those 
not so marked do not appear in table llA because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be 
published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23. An X signifies that the 
manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the designated product] 



Manufacturers' identification niimbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS 

Black toners : 

Pigment Black 1, C.I. 50 4A0 

All other 

»Blue toners : 

»Pigment Blue 1, C.I. 42 595, PMA 

*Pigment Blue 1, C.I. -42 595, PTA 

Pigment Blue 2, C.I. 44 045, PMA 

Pigment Blue 2, C.I. 44 045, PTA 

Pigment Blue 3, C.I. 42 140, PTA 

♦Pigment Blue 9, C.I. 42 025, PMA 

♦Pigment Blue 9, C.I. 42 025, PTA 

Pigment Blue 10, C.I. 44 040, PMA 

♦Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, alpha modification 

♦Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, beta modification 

Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, crude 

Pigment Blue 18, C.I. 42 770A- 

♦Pigment Blue 19, C.I. 42 750A 

Pigment Blue 22, C.I. 69 810 

Pigment Blue 25, C.I. 21 180 

All other 

♦Brown toners : 

Pigment Brown 2, C.I. 12 071 

Pigment Brown 3, C.I. 21 010, PMA 

All other 

Green toners : 

♦Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, PMA 

♦Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, PTA 

♦Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PMA 

♦Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PTA 

♦Pigment Green 4, C.I. 42 000, PMA 

♦Pigment Green 4, C.I. 42 000, PTA 

♦Pigment Green 7, C.I. 74 260 

♦Pigment Green 8, C.I. 10 006 

Pigment Green 10, C.I. 12 775 

All other 

♦Orange toners : 

Pigment Orange 1, C.I. 11 725 

♦Pigment Orange 2, C.I. 12 060 

♦Pigment Orange 5, C.I. 12 075 

♦Pigment Orange 13, C.I. 21 110 

♦Pigment Orange 16, C.I. 21 160 

All other 

♦Red toners : 
♦Naphthol reds : 

♦Pigment Red 2, C.I. 12 310 

♦Pigment Red 5, C.I. 12 490 

Pigment Red 9, C.I. 12 460 

Pigment Red 13, C.I. 12 395 

Pigment Red 14, C.I. 12 350 

Pigment Red 15, C.I. 12 465 

♦Pigment Red 17, C.I. 12 390 

Pigment Red 18, C.I. 12 350 

Pigment Red 19, C.I. 12 400 

♦Pigment Red 22, C.I. 12 315 

♦Pigment Red 23, C.I. 12 355 

Pigment Red 31, C.I. 12 360 

All other naphthol reds 

♦Pigment Red 1, C.I. 12 070, dark 

See note at end of table for definition of abbreviations. 



536. 
215. 

116, 126, 215, 311, 339, 355, 413, 
512, 534, 536, 554, 580. 

192, 215, 294, 442, 470, 505, 521, 

521, 611. 

192, 523, 611. 

116, 294, 470. 

116, 442, 505, 554. 

116, 337, 413, 442. 

413. 

247, 331, 474, 487, 512, 521, 525, 
589, X. 

294, 474, 512, 521, 525, 528, 536, 

369, 474, 523. 

628. 

247, 355, 474, 521, 628. 

512. 

512, 525, 589. 

369, 413, X, X. 



528, 
554. 



470, 505, 
554, 589. 



536, 553, 554, 



299, 413. 

78, 505. 

299, 521, 553, 589, 



611. 



215, 442, 470, 505, 554, 593. 

80, 116; 215, 263, 294, 413, 470, 

126, 215, 311, 413, 442, 470, 505, 

80, 126, 294, 413, 442, 470, 474, 

126, 470, 505, 611. 

126, 294, 470, 474, 536, 554. 

369, 474, 512, 521, 523, 525, 528, 

78, 299, 434, 512, 521, 525, 534, 

512. 

299, 470, 521, 580. 

192, 536, 589. 

247, 337, 413, 470, 521, 554. 
247, 299, 474, 521, 534, 536, 554, 
80, 192, 294, 474, 521, 525, 554, 
80, 331, 512, 521, 525, 554, 589, 
192, 521, 589, X, X. 



505, 
536, 
505, 



554. 

554. 
534, 554, 580. 



536. 
536, 



589. 
580, 589, X. 
X, X. 



78, 80, 192, 521, 534, 554, 589. 
80, 512, 525, 536, 554, 580, 589, X. 
80, 339, 512, 554. 
554, 589. 
512, 589. 
589. 

80, 192, 337, 474, 505, 521, 536, 554, 580, X. 
434, 521, 554, 589. 
589. 

337, 474, 512, 521, 536, 554, 589. 
80, 337, 474, 512, 521, 536, 554, 589, X. 
589. 

78, 512, 521, 589, X. 

192, 247, 263, 281, 294, 311, 337, 339, 413, 434, 474, 
521, 534, 536, 554, 589. 



TONERS AND LAKES 

TABLE IIB. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which U.S. production or sales were reported 
identified by manufacturer, i95S-- Continued ' 



97 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS— Continued 



»Red toners — Continued 

•Pigment Red 1, C.I. 12 070, light- 



»Plgment Red 3, C.I. 12 120- 
*Pigment Red 4, C.I. 12 085- 



Pigment Red 6, G.I. 

•Pigment Red 38, C.I. 

Pigment Red 40, C.I. 

Pigment Red 41, C.I. 

•Pigment Red 48, C.I. 



12 090— 
21 120- 
12 170- 
21 200- 
15 865- 



•Pigment Red 49, 
•Barium toner-- 



C.I. 15 630: 



"•Calcium toner- 



•All other Pigment Red 49 toners- 
•Sodium salt 

Pigment Red 51, C.I. 15 580 

•Pigment Red 52, C.I. 15 860 

Pigment Red 53, C.I. 15 585: 
•Barium toner 



Sodium salt 

Pigment Red 54, C.I. 

Calcium toner 

Sodium salt 

Pigment Red 55, C.I. 
Pigment Red 57, C.I. 



15 280 

15 850, calcium toner- 



•Pigment Red 58, C.I. 15 825 - 

•Pigment Red 63, C.I. 15 880 

Pigment Red 64, C.I. 15 800 

•Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, PMA- 

•Plgment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, PTA- 



Pigment Red 87, C.I. 73 310 

Pigment Red 88 

•Pigment Red 90, C.I. 45 380 

All other 

Violet toners : 
•Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, PMA- 
•Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, PTA- 



•Pigment Violet 3, 
•Pigment Violet 3, 
•Pigment Violet 3, 



C.I. 



C.I. 



42 535, fugitive- 

42 535, PMA 

42 535, PTA 



I. 73 385- 
I. 73 395- 



( Basic Violet 3), 
(Vat Violet 2), C, 
(Vat Violet 3), C. 
All other 

•Yellow toners : 

Benzidine yellows : 
•Pigment Yellow 12, C, 



•Pigment Yellow 13, C.I. 
•Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 



42 555- 



21 100- 
21 095- 



•Acetoaoetanisidide Yellow, deb 
Other benzidine yellows 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



192, 247, 294, 337, 339, 413, 434, 474, 520, 521, 

534, 536, 554. 
78, 80, 192, 247, 263, 281, 294, 337, 339, 413, 434, 

474, 512, 520, 521, 534, 536, 554, 589, 593. 
80, 192, 247, 281, 294, 299, 337, 339, 434, 474, 521 

534, 536, 554, 580. 
299, 413, 512, 521, 525. 
80, 221, 434, 521, 525, 536, 589. 
554. 

512, 525, 589. 
30, 192, 294, 311, 337, 339, 413, 434, 505, 512, 521, 

525, 536, 554, 589. 

192, 247, 294, 311, 337, 339, 413, 474, 520, 521, 536, 

554, 580, 593. 
192, 247, 294, 311, 337, 339, 413, 474, 520, 521, 534, 

536, 554. 
192, 593. 

192, 247, 294, 337, 413, 474, 521. 
525. 
247, 294, 339, 434, 521, 554, 589. 

80, 126, 192, 247, 294, 311, 337, 339, 413, 474, 505, 

536, 554, 580. 
126, 192, 247, 521. 

116, 299, 554. 

525. 

589. 

80, 126, 294, 311, 337, 339, 413, 434, 470, 505, 512, 

521, 536, 554, 580, 589. 
505, 512, 554. 

192, 337, 434, 521, 536, 554, 589. 
589. 

80, 116, 192, 442, 470, 505, 536, 554. 
80, 116, 192, 294, 337, 339, 413, 442, 470, 474, 505, 

512, 534, 536, 554, 580. 
589. 
589. 

80, 294, 311, 337, 355, 413, 580, X. 
339, 474, 512, 521, 589. 

116, 311, 442, 470, 505, 554. 

80, 116, 192, 294, 337, 442, 470, 474, 505, 512, 534, 

536, 554, 580. 
126, 215, 294, 311, 355, 413, 442, 474, 505, 554, 580, 

611. 
80, 116, 126, 192, 215, 247, 294, 311, 339, 355, 413, 

442, 470, 505, 520, 521, 534, 536, 554, 580. 
80, 116, 192, 294, 339, 470, 474, 505, 521, 536, 554, 

593. 
611. 
589. 
589. 
525, X. 



80, 116, 192, 247, 281, 294, 311, 331, 337, 339, 355, 
413, 434, 474, 512, 521, 525, 536, 554, 580, 589, 
X. 

80, 331, 521, 525, 580, 589, X. 

80, 116, 192, 294, 299, 331, 339, 413, 474, 512, 

521, 525, 536, 554, 580, 589, X, X, X. 
80, 116, 294, 299, 474, 521, 536, 554, 589. 
521, X. 



See note at end of table for definition of abbreviations. 



98 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



TABLE IIB. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



TONERS OR FULL-STRENGTH COLORS— Continued 

«Yellow toners — Continued 
Hansa yellows : 
»Pigment Yellow 1, C.I. 11 680 

♦Pigment Yellow 3, C.I. 11 710 

Pigment Yellow 4, C.I. 11 665 

Pigment Yellow 5, C.I. 11 660 

Pigment Yellow 6, C.I. 11 670 

Pigment Yellow 9, C.I. 11 720 

All other hansa yellows 

All other 

REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS 

Black toners, reduced 

»Blue toners, reduced: 

♦Pigment Blue 1, C.I. « 595, PMA 

Pigment Blue 2, C.I. 44 045, fugitive 

Pigment Blue 2, C.I. 44 045, PMA 

Pigment Blue 2, C.I. 44 045, PTA 

Pigment Blue 3, C.I. 42 140, PMA 

Pigment Blue 3, C.I. 42 140, PTA 

Pigment Blue 9, C.I. 42 025, PMA 

Pigment Blue 9, C.I. 42 025, PTA 

Pigment Blue 10, C.I. 44 040, PMA 

Pigment Blue 10, C.I. 44 040, PTA 

♦Pigment Blue 14, C.I. 42 600, PMA 

Pigment Blue 14, C.I. 42 600, PTA 

♦Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, alpha modification-- 

♦Pigment Blue 15, C.I. 74 160, beta modification — 

Pigment Blue 19, C.I. 42 750A 

Pigment Blue 22, C.I. 69 810 

(Basic Blue 9), C.I. 52 015 

(Vat Blue 4), C.I. 69 800 

(Vat Blue 6), C.I. 69 825 

All other 

Brown toners, reduced: 

Pigment Brown 3, C.I. 21 010, fugitive 

(Vat Brown 3), C.I. 69 015 

♦Green toners, reduced: 

♦Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, PMA 

Pigment Green 1, C.I. 42 040, PTA 

♦Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PMA- 
♦Pigment Green 2, C.I. 42 040 and C.I. 49 005, PTA- 

Pigment Green 4, C.I. 42 000, fugitive 

Pigment Green 4, C.I. 42 000, PMA 

♦Pigment Green 7, C.I. 74 260 

♦Pigment Green 8, C.I. 10 006 

Pigment Green 10, C.I. 12 775 

All other 

♦Orange toners, reduced: 

Pigment Orange 1, C.I. 11 725 

Pigment Orange 2, C.I. 12 060 

Pigment Orange 5, C.I. 12 075 

Pigment Orange 16, C.I. 21 160 

All other 

♦Red toners, reduced: 

Naphthol reds, reduced: 

Pigment Red 2, C.I. 12 310 

Pigment Red 10, C.I. 12 440 

Pigment Red 13, C.I. 12 395 

Pigment Red 17, C.I. 12 390 

♦Pigment Red 22, C.I. 12 315 

♦Pigment Red 23, C.I. 12 355 

Pigment Red 31, C.I. 12 360 

All other reduced naphthol reds 



80, 192, 247, 281, 294, 299, 337, 339, 413, 434, 474, 

512, 520, 521, 534, 536, 553, 554, 589. 
80,192, 299, 331, 339, 434, 521, 534, 536, 554, 589. 
536, 589. 
554. 

554, 593. 
536. 

299, 521, 589, X. 
299, 554. 



116, 470, 


505, 


536. 




339, 355, 


442, 


470, 505 


512, 554 


116, 505. 








470. 








470. 








470. 








554. 








116, 355, 


470, 


554. 




470, 505, 


554. 






554. 








554. 








355, 470, 


512 


554. 




355, 512. 








78, 221, 


247, 


470, 505, 


512, 521, 


589. 








78, 474, 


512, 


521, 554, 


589. 


247. 








512, 554, 


589 






470, 505. 








512. 








589. 








470, 512, 


X. 






470, 536. 








470. 









525, 528, 536, 554, 



116, 355, 470, 505, 554, 580. 



116, 215, 


470 


505, 


536, 


554. 


116, 505, 


512. 








505. 










470, 505. 










78, 247, 


470, 


505, 


512, 


525, 528, 589 


78, 470, 


512, 


534. 






512. 










369, 470, 


505, 


521, 


554. 




78. 










505, 521, 


554 








470. 










512, 589. 










589. 










78, 470. 










78. 










78. 










474. 










474, 512, 


521 


534 


554 


589. 


247, 434 


474 


512 


536 


589. 


589. 










78, 80. 











See note at end of table for definition of abbreviations. 



TONERS AND LAKES 



99 



TABLE IIB. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



REDUCED OR EXTENDED TONERS— Continued 

»Red toners, reduced — Continued 

Pigment Red 1, C.I. 12 070, dark 

Pigment Red 1, C.I. 12 070, light 

*Pigment Red 3, C.I. 12 120 

Pigment Red 4, C.I. 12 085 

Pigment Red 6, C.I. 12 090 

Pigment Red 38, C.I. 21 120 

Pigment Red 45, C.I. 15 865 

Pigment Red 49, C.I. 15 630: 

*Barium toner 

Calcium toner 

Pigment Red 52, C.I. 15 860 

^Pigment Red 57, C.I. 15 850 

Pigment Red 78 

^Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, fugitive 

^Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, PMA 

Pigment Red 81, C.I. 45 160, PTA 

Pigment Red 86, C.I. 73 375 

Pigment Red 87, C.I. 73 310 

Pigment Red 88 

Pigment Red 90, C.I. 45 380 

(Basic Red 2), C.I. 50 240 

(Vat Red 1), C.I. 73 360 

(Vat Red 29), C.I. 71 140 

All other 

^Violet toners, reduced: 

♦Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, fugitive 

♦Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, PMA 

♦Pigment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170, PTA 

♦Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, fugitive- 

♦Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, PMA— 

Pigment Violet 3, C.I. 42 535, PTA 

Pigment Violet 4, C.I. 42 510, fugitive 

(Vat Violet 1), C.I. 60 010 

(Vat Violet 3), C.I. 73 395 

All other 

♦Yellow toners, reduced: 
Benzidine yellows : 

Pigment Yellow 12, C.I. 21 090 

♦Pigment Yellow 14, C. 1. 21 095 

Hansa yellows : 

Pigment Yellow 1, C.I. 11 680 

Pigment Yellow 3, C.I. 11 710 

Pigment Yellow 18, C.I. 49 005 

♦(Basic Yellow 2), C.I. 41 000, fugitive 

(Vat Yellow 1), C.I. 70 600 

All other 

LAKES 

Black lakes : 

♦(Natural Black 3), C.I. 75 291 

(Solvent Black 5), C.I. 50 415 

Blue lakes : 

♦Pigment Blue 17, C.I. 74 180 

♦Pigment Blue 24, C.I. 42 090 

(Acid Blue 104), C.I. 42 735 

All other 

Brown lakes 

♦Green lakes : 

(Acid Green 3), C.I. 42 085 

All other 

Orange lakes : 

♦Pigment Orange 17, C.I. 15 510 

All other 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



215, 281 


505 


554 








554. 












192, 299 


505 


512 


521 


554 


611. 


80. 












78. 












521. 












80, 192, 


215, 


281, 


337, 


505, 


512, 


80, 192, 


215, 


337, 


470, 


505, 


536. 


337, 470 












247, 339 












80, 192, 


505, 


521, 


536, 


554. 




512. 












505. 












355, 470 


505 


512. 








339, 470 


505 


512 


534 


536 




470. 












589. 












589. 












80, 554. 












116. 












192. 












589. 












80, 536, 


X. 










215, 470 












335, 470 


505 


512 


593 






116, 470, 


505. 










215, 339, 


470 


536. 








339, 355 


4^2 


470, 


505 


512, 


554. 


192, 470 












505. 












512, 589. 












589. 












589. 












512, 580, 


589. 










470, 474, 


512, 


521, 


554, 


589. 




470, 512, 


521, 


554. 








78, 116, 


470, 


512. 








554. 












80, 116, 


470. 










589. 












78, 589, 


X, X. 











192, 355, 495, 611. 
611. 

78, 80, 495, 505, 525. 

80, 126, 192, 294, 311, 413, 4A2, 470, 474, 505, 

534, 536, 554, 580, X. 
78, 495. 
505, X. 
192. 

80, 495, 505. 
263, 521, 554. 

78, 192, 294, 442, 536, 554, 611, X. 
263, 554. 



See note at end of table for definition of abbreviations. 



lOO 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE IIB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Toners and lakes for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer, i95S--Continued 



Product 


Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 


LAKES— Continued 

«Red lakes : 

♦Pigment Red 60, C.I. 16 105 

♦Pigment Red 83, C.I. 58 000 

(Acid Red 17), C.I. 16 180 

(Acid Red 25), C.I. 16 050 

*(Acid Red 26), C.I. 16 150 

(Acid Red 27), C.I. 16 185 

(Natural Red 4), C.I. 75 470 

(Natural Red 24), C.I. 75 280 

All other * 

♦Violet lakes : 

Pigment Violet 4, C.I. 42 510 

♦Pigment Violet 5, C.I. 58 055 


116, 192, 299, 339, 470, 505, 512, 536. 

78, 116, 19^, 215, 470, 521, 536, 554. 

281, 505, 520, 554. 

192. 

78, 192, 215, 495, 505, 525, 534, 536, 554, 611. 

192. 

31. 

554. 

80, 263, 505, 611, X. 

521. 

299, 434, 505, 512, 525, 536, 554, 589. 

521, 589. 

339, 505. 

495, 525, 580. 

442, 554. 

442, 554. 

442, 536. 

116, 192, 442, 474, 554. 

442, 554. 

X. 


(Acid Violet 17), C.I. 42 650 

All other 

♦Yellov; lakes : 

(Acid Yellow 1), C.I. 10 316 

(Acid Yellow 3), C.I. 47 005 

(Acid Yellow 11), C.I. 18 820 

♦(Acid Yellow 23), C.I. 19 140 

(Natural Yellow 10), C.I. 75 720 

All other 



Note. — The C.I. (Colour Index) numbers shown in this report are the Identifying numbers given in the second 
edition of the Co i our Index. 

Viten the name of a color is enclosed in parentheses, it indicates that this name is that of the dye from which 
the pigment can be made and that no name for the pigment itself is given in the Colour Index. 

The abbreviations PMA and PTA stand for phosphomolybdic and phosphotungstic (including phosphotungstomolybdic) 
acids, respectively. The abbreviation dob stands for dichlorobenzene, and the abbreviation aaoa, for o-acetoacetan- 
isidide. 



MEDICINALS 

Medicinals 



lOI 



TABLE 13B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer, 1958 

[jfedlcinals for which separate statistics are given in table 13A in pt. II are marked below with an asterisk (»); 
medicinals not so marked do not appear in table 13k because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may 
hot be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23. 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 23) ' 



MEDICINAI^, CYCLIC 



S-Acetamido—i-hydroxydithiobenzenearsonous acid, 3-hydroxy- 
propylene ester (Arsthinol). 

3-Acetamido-2,^,6-triiodobenzoic acid and sodium salt 

Acetanilide 

Acetarsone (N-Acetyl-4-hydroxy-m-arsanilic acid) 
(Stovarsol) . 

*Acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin) 

Acetylsalicylic acid, aluminum basic salt 

Adrenaline (Epinephrine) 

KAmino acids: 

3,5-Diiodotyrosine 

ffydroxy-1-proline 

dl-Phenylalanine 

1-Phenylalanine 

1-Prollne 

d- Tyrosine 

dl- Tyrosine 

1-Tyrosine 

m-Amlnobenzoic acid derivatives: 2-Isobutylaminoethyl m- 
aminobenzoate (Unaoaine). 
*p-Aminobenzoic acid and derivatives : 

p-Aminobenzoic acid 

Denzocaine (Ethyl p-aminobenzoate ) 

Butacaine hydrochloride 

Butesin (n-Butyl p-aminobenzoate) 

Butesin picrate (Di(n-butyl p-nm1 nobenzoate ) trinitro- 

phenol ) . 
2- Diethylami noethyl 'i-amino-2-propoxybenzoate (Ravocaine) 

hydrochloride. 
2-Diethylaminoethyl 2-butoxy-3-aminobenzoate (Primacaine) 
hydrochloride . 

Isobutyl p-aminobenzoate (Cycloform) 

Procaine base and salts : 

Procaine acetate 

^Procaine hydrochloride 

Procaine isobutyrate 

Propyl p-aminobenzoate 

Tetracaine (2-Dimethylaminoethyl p-butylaminobenzoate ) 
base. 

Tetracaine hydrochloride 

All other 

p-Aminobenzoic acid salts : 

Calcium p-aminobenzoate 

»Potassium p-ami nobenzoate 

Sodium p-aminobenzoate 

p-Aminohippuric acid 

p-(2-Aminopropyl)phenol (Paredrine) hydrobromide 

^i- Aminosalicylic acid 

^-Aminosalicylic acid salts : 

Calcixim •^-aminosalicylate 

Potassium ^-aminosalicylate 

Sodium ^-aminosalicylate 

3-Amino-2,4,6-triiodophenyl-2-ethylpropionic acid 

p-Anlsoin ('ij'i'-Dimethoxybenzoln) 

Anthranilic acid, cadmium salt 

•Antihistamines : 

2- ( Benzhydryloxy) -N, N-dimethylethylamine hydrochloride 

p-Chlorobenzhydryl-m-methylbenzyldiethylenediamine 
(Msclizine) dihydrochloride . 



627. 
117. 
225. 

117, 2";0, 465, 64S, 665. 

587. 

101, 225. 

595. 

409. 

225, 240. 

X. 

409. 

94. 

240. 

564. 

30. 



439, 625. 
320, 451. 
451. 
320. 
451. 

225. 



206. 






411, 


439, 


451. 


439. 






320. 






320. 






225, 


320. 




345. 






439. 






335, 


439, 


543, 625 


335, 


439, 


625. 


221. 






344. 






474, 


484, 


578; 


578. 






478, 


578. 




474, 


484, 


578. 


225. 






269, 


441. 




627. 






484. 






646. 







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TABLE 13B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i958- -Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC— Continued 

Benzenoid- -Continued 
•AntihiBtamines — Continued 

N,N- Dime thy 1-2- (a -phenyl-o-toloxy)ethylamlne dihydrogen 

citrate. 
2-(>fcthylbenziiydryloxy)-N,N-dlmethylethylanu.ne hydro- 
chloride. 

Benzaldehyde 

Benzoic acid 

Benzoic acid salts : 

Anmonium benzoate 

Lithium benzoate 

Benzyl p-methoxycinnamate 

3,<i-BiE(p-hydroxyphenyl)-2,3-hexadienediacetate 

♦Bismuth subgallate 

»Blsmuth subsalicylate 

N,N'-Bis(3-nltrobenzenesulfonyl)ethylenediaiiilne 

Bis(A-nltrophenyl) disulfide 

l-Butyl-3-p-tolylsulfonylurea 

•Carbasone (p-Carbamldobenzenearsonic acid) 

6-Chloral-7-sulfamyl-l,2,.4-benzothiadiazine-l'-dioxide 

Chloramine T (Sodium p-toluenesulfonchloramide) 

6-Chloro-3,'i-dehydro-2H-l,2,^-benzothiadiazine-7-sulfonic 
acid, 1,1-dioxide. 

4-Chloro-3,5-dlniethylphenol 

2-('4-ChloropheDyl)tetrahydro-3-methyl-iH-l,3-thiazin-'i-one, 
1,1-dioxide. 

Chlorothymol 

Chlorotrianisene 

l-Cyclohexyl-3-diethylamlno-l-phenyl-l-propanol ethiodide-- 

Desoxyanisoin 

3,5-Diacetamldo-2,'4,6-triiodobenzoic acid, sodium salt 

Dialuminum acetyl-o-sallcylate 

2,5-DiaminDtoluene sulfate 

3,<i-Dichloro-5-sulfamylbenzenesulfonamide 

a-Diethylamino-2,6-acetoxylidine 

P-Diethylamlnoethyl diphenylthloacetate hydrochloride 

p,p'-(l,2-Dlethylethylene)diphenol (Hexestrol) 

• a, a'-Diethyl-A.-i'-stilbenediol (Diethylstilbestrol) 

a, a'-Diethyl-'4,'i'-stilbenediol dipropionate 

3,A-Dihydroxynorephedrine (3,4-Dihydroxyphenylpropanol- 
amine) hydrochloride. 

p-(3,5-Diiodo-<i-hydroxyphenyl)^-hydratropic acid 

6-Dimethylaiiilno-4,^-dlphenyl-3-heptanone hydrochloride 

( Dolophlne ) ( Methadone ) . 
a-d-<i-DimethylaminD-2,3-diphenyl-3-methyl-2-propoxybutane 
hydrochloride. 

Y-Dlmethylamino-a,a-dlphenylvaleramlde 

p-Dimethylaminoethyl(l-hydroxycyclopentyl) phenyl acetate 
(Circlopentolate) hydrochloride. 

N,a -Dlmethylphenethylamlne (Desoxyephedrine) base 

d-N,a-Dimethylphenethylamlne hydrochloride 

»N,a-Dimethylphenethylamine (Desoxyephedrine) hydrochloride- 

N,p -Dimethylphenetlqrlamlne phosphate 

N,2-Dlmethyl-2-phenylsuccinijnlde 

Dlmethyl-p-toluidine 

3,5-Dinltrobenzamide 

Dipheny lacety Idle thy laminoethanol hydrochloride 

3,5-Diproplonamide-2,<V,6-triiodobenzoio acid and sodium 
salt. 

Dipropylene glycol salicylate 

p-(Di-N-propylsulfamyl)benzolc acid (Benemid) 

Dlthiosalicylic acid 

»Dyes, medicinal: 

Acriflavine (3,6-Diamino-lO-methylacridine chloride) 

2,4-Diamino-'i'-ethoxyazobenzene hydrochloride (Serenium)- 

Gentian violet 

Merbromln (Dibromohydroxymercurifluorescein, sodium salt) 

Methylene blue 

Scarlet red (Phenol red) 

All other 



206, A8A. 



471. 
117. 

385. 

376. 

■366. 

578. 

303, 

385, 

178. 

474. 

331, 

222, 

X. 

117. 

345. 

50. 
225. 



385, 627, 629, 646. 
627, 629, 648. 



480. 
441, 625. 



377, 629. 

70. 

474. 

269. 

225. 

451, 543. 

595. 

X. 

509. 

X. 

X. 

269, 441, 451. 

269, 578. 

225. 

342. 
627. 



494. 
494. 

478. 

335, 451, 478. 

335, 478, 578. 

320. 

484. 

595, 625. 

178. 

345. 

627. 

423. 
629. 
441. 

221. 

192. 

221, 413. 

13. 

221, 474. 

221. 

221. 



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TABLE 13B.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC— Continued 



1-Ephedrine (a-(l-Methylaminoethyl)benzyl alcohol) 

N-Ethyl-3,3'-dipheiiyldipropylainine 

N-Ethyl-3,3'-diphenyldipropylajnine citrate 

N-Ethyl-3,3'-diphenyldipropylainine hydrochloride 

Ethyl (lodophenyl)hendecanoate (Pantopaque) 

Ethylmercurithiosalioylic acid 

Ethyl p-methoxycinnamate 

a-Ethyl-a-phenylglutarimide ( Doriden) 

Ethyl salicylate carbonate 

Gallic acid 

Glycol monosalicylate 

Guaiacol, liquid and crystalline 

Hexylresorcinol 

p-Hydroxyacetanilide 

p-Hydroxybenzoic acid esters : 

Benzyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

n-Butyl p-hydroxybenzoate (Butoben) 

Ethyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

»Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

*Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate 

All other 

N-2-Hydroxyethylgentisainide 

Hydroxymercuri—i-nitro-o-cresol anhydride (Ifetaphen) 

'i-Hydroxy-3-nitrobenzenearsonic acid 

2-Hydroxy-2-phenethylcarbainate 

a-(Isopropylaininomethyl)protocatechuyl alcohol (Aleudrine) 

Mandelic acid (Phenylglycolic acid) 

Mandelic acid derivatives: Calcium mandelate 

o-Methoxy-N, a-dimethylphenethylamine ( 1- ( o-Methoxyphenyl ) - 
2-methylaminopropane) hydrochloride. 
»3-(o-lfethoxyphenoxy)-l,2-propanediol (Glyceryl guaiacyl 
ether). 

Methylami noethanolcatechol, racemic 

l-Msthyl-4-carbethoxy-'i-phenylhexamethyleniiiiine 
(Ethoheptazine) citrate. 
*a-Methylphenethyla]iiine (Amphetamine) base and salts: 

a-Methylphenethylamine (Amphetamine) (Benzedrine) base-- 

d-a-Itethylphenethylamine base 

a-lfcthylphenethylamine hydrochloride 

d-a-Methylphenethylamlne hydrochloride 

a-Methylphenethylamine phosphate 

d-a-kfethylphenethylamine phosphate 

a-Methylphenethylamine sulfate 

d- a-Methylphenethylamine sulfate 

N-Jfethyl-2-phenylsuccinimide 

2-Naphthol (|3-Naphthol) 

2-Naphthyl benzoate 

Neostigmine bromide 

Neostigmine methyl sulfate 

p-Nitrobenzenearsonic acid 

Norephedrine (Propadrine) hydrochloride 

Phenacaine ( (Di-p-ethoxyphenyl)acetamidine) hydrochloride- 

Phenacetin (Acetophenetidin) 

Phenolphthalein 

Phenolsulfonic acid salts: 

Aluminum phenolsulfonate 

Ammonium phenolsulfonate 

Calcium phenolsulfonate 

Sodiiim phenolsulfonate 

Zinc phenolsulfonate 

1- Phenylephrine base 

Phenylephrine (Neosynephrine) hydrochloride 

Phenylephrine tannate 

a-Phenylhendecanoic acid 

2-Phenyl-l,3-indandione (Danilone) 

Phenyl mercuric derivatives : 

o-Chloromercuriphenol (o-Hydroxyphenylmercuric chloride) 
Phenylmercuric acetate 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



629. 






269. 






269. 






269. 






X. 






^1. 






366. 






3<i5. 






320, 


484. 




627. 






117, 


320. 




117, 


471. 




■478, 


629. 




361, 


543, 


578. 


m, 


471. 




320, 


471. 




471. 






320, 


471, 


543, 625 


320, 


471, 


543. 


320. 






320. 






451. 






178. 






188. 






269, 


335. 




361, 


627. 




627. 






132, 


578. 




320, 


335, 


543. 


469. 






630. 






132, 


344, 


478. 


478. 






478. 






478. 






478. 






478. 






478. 






344, 


478, 


578. 


484. 






608. 






454. 






478. 






276, 


478. 




178. 






132, 


320, 


478. 


225, 


335. 




117, 


240. 




117. 






627. 






178, 


543. 




627. 






178, 


606, 


627. 


627. 






335. 






225, 


269, 


335. 


335. 






595. 






269, 


335. 




411. 






348. 







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TABLE 13B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



^M)ICINAI£, CYCLIC— Continued 
Benzeno id- -Continued 

Phenyl mercuric derivatives — Continued 

Phenylmercuric benzoate 

PhenyliQercuric borate 

Phenylmercurio chloride — . 

Phenylmercuric nitrate 

Phthalazone 

Pyrogallic acid 

Resoroinol monoacetate 

Resorcinol monobenzoate 

Salicylamide 

♦Salicylic acid 

»Salicylic acid salts : 

Magnesium salicylate 

Mercuric salicylate 

Potassium salicylate 

*Sodium salicylate 

Strontium salicylate 

Salicyl salicylate (Salysal) 

Salol (Phenyl salicylate) 

Sodiijm antimony( III)-bis(oatechol-2,A-disulfonate) 
(Fouadin). 

Sodivim benzyl succinate 

Sodium ethyljnercurithiosalicylate 

Sodium o-iodohippurate dihydrate (Hippuran) 

Sodium phenoxyacetate 

»Sulf a drugs : 

6-Acetamido-'»-hydroxy-3-('i'-sulfamoylpheriylazo)-2,7- 
naphthalenedisulfonic acid, disodium salt (Neo- 
prontosil) (Prontosil soluble). 

N-'--Acetyl-3,4-dimethyl-5-sulfanilamidoisoxazole 

Benzoy Isul f ani laim" de 

Benzoylsulfanilamide, sodium salt 

p-Benzylaminoben2enes\ilfonamide 

N-'--( 6- Chloro-2-pyrazinyl) sulfanilamide 

N'''-(2,'4-Dimethoxy-6-pyrimldinyl)sulfanilamide 

N'''-( 3, 4-Dime thy 1-5-isoxazolyl) sulfanilamide 

N^-(5-Ethyl-l,3,4-thiadiazol-2-yl)sulfanilamide 

N^-(5-Jfethyl-l,3,4-thiadiazol-2-yl)siafanilamide 

4'-(p-Nitrophenylsulfamoyl)acetanilide (N'^-Acetyl-N''" 
( "i-nitrophenyl ) sulfanilamide ) . 

p-Nitrosulfathiazole ( Nisulfazole) 

N'*-Phthalylsulfacetamide 

Sulfadiazine 

Sulfadiazine, sodium salt 

Sulfaguanidine 

Sulfamerazine 

Sulf amerazine , sodium salt 

Sulfamethazine 

Sulfamethoxypyridazine 

Sulfanilamide ( p- Aminobenzenesulf onami de ) 

N-Sulfanilylacetamide (Sulfacetamide) 

N-Sulfanilylacetamide, sodium salt ^- 

Sulfapyridine 

Sulfapyridine, sodium salt 

Sulf aquinox aline 

Sulf asuxidine ( Succinylsulf athiazole ) 

Sulfathalidine 

Sulf athiazole 

Sulfathiazole, sodium salt 

[ Sulf ony Ibis ( p-pheny lenei mi no ) ]dimethanesulfonic acid, 
disodium salt (Diasone). 

Tannin albuminate (Tannalbin) 

Thiosalicylic acid 

«Thymol--- 

Thymol iodide 

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

»K (Menadione) (2-lfethyl-l,'4-naphthoquinone) 

K (Ifenadione), sodium bisulfite 



348, 


411. 




348, 


411. 




411. 






348, 


411. 




221. 






627. 






595. 






577. 






385, 


543, 


606. 


U7, 


240, 


413, 471 


627. 






627. 






385, 


543. 




117. 


240, 


471. 


54-3, 


627. 




543. 






240, 


385, 


627. 


225. 






439. 






4^1, 


575. 




627. 






451, 


543. 





486. 






474. 






474. 






225. 






474. 






486. 






486. 






474. 






474. 






178. 






225. 






625. 






474. 






474. 






474. 






474. 






474. 






474. 






474. 






474, 


629. 




439, 


625. 




342. 






474, 


629. 




474, 


629. 




629. 






231, 


629. 




231, 


629. 




474, 


629. 




474, 


629. 




451. 






625. 






441. 






262, 


366, 


377. 


627, 


629. 




320, 


454, 


478, 543, 578 


132, 


157, 


335, 451, 518 


157, 


451. 





MEDICINALS 



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TABLE 13B.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i55S-- Continued 



MEDICINAI£, CYCLIC— Continued 



Ben 2 



oid--Contlnued. 



VI tamlns - - Continued 

K (2-Methyl-l,4-naphthoqulnonediphosphorlo ester 
tetrasodium salt). 

Ki (2-lfethyl-3-phytyl-l,4-naphthoqulnone) 

K5 ('4-Ard.no-2-methyl-l-naphthol, hydrochloride)-- 

Allcyclic and Heterocyclic 

5-Acetainido-l,3,<i-thiadlazole-2-sulfonaiiude 

2-Acetothiophene 

2- Acetylnml no-5-nitrothiazole (Acetyl enheptin) 

Adenine sulfate 

Adenosine-5-phosphoric acid 

Adenosinetriphosphorlc acid 

Adenosinetriphosphoric acid, salt 

Adenylic acid 

♦Alkaloids and related products : 

Berberlne hydrochloride 

Brucine 

Colchicine 

Digitalis glucosldes : 

Dlgitonin 

Gitalin 

Eserlne salicylate 

Ethylmorphlne hydrochloride 

Eucatropine hydrochloride 

Homatropine 

Homatropine hydrobromide 

♦Homatropine methyl bromide 

Hydrastlne , 

Hydrastlne hydrochloride 

d-3-lfethoxy-N-methylmorphinan hydrobromide 

Rauwolfia serpentina (Alseroxylon) fraction 

Reserplne 

Strychnine 

Totaquine sulfate 

Veratrum vlride (Alkavervir) 

Allantoln (5-Ureldohydantoln) 

Allopregnane-3,ll,20-trione 

♦Amino acids: 

dl- Acetyl tryptophane 

Histidine hydrochloride 

d-Tryptophane 

dl- Tryptophane 

1-Tryptophane 

2-Amlno-5-nitrothiazole ( Enheptin) 

♦Antibiotics for human or veterinary use: 

Actldione 

♦Bacitracin 

Chloroamphenicol ( Chloromycetin) 

Chlorokojic acid 

Chlortetracycline (Aureomyoln) hydrochloride 

cycloserine 

♦Dihydrostreptonycin 

Erythroncrcin 

Erythromycin thiocyanate 

Fumagillln 

Gramicidin 

Kojic acid 

♦Neomycin, base 

Novobiocin 

Nystatin 

Oleandomycin 

Oleandon^cln, triacetyl 

Oxytetracycline (Terramycin) hydrochloride 

♦Penicillin salts : 

Benzathine penicillin G 

Benzathine penicillin V 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



629. 



47A. 
586. 
474. 

236, 595. 
236. 
236. 

236, 368. 
236. 

385, 451. 
629. 
385, 451. 



385. 
385. 
385. 
627, 
135. 
269, 
269. 
269, 
385. 
385. 
486. 
206. 
206, 
629. 
385. 
206, 
518, 
480. 



629. 
478. 
456, 478. 

345, 385, 545, 627, 646. 



278, 385. 
608. 



225. 

177. 

240. 

225. 

177, 225. 

474. 

480. 

368, 385, 533, 646. 

484. 

646. 

474. 

533. 

278, 

441, 

533. 

451. 

385. 

646. 

278, 385, 474, 480, 629, 646. 

X, X. 

278. 

646. 

646. 

646. 

630, 646. 
630. 



441, 474, 629, 646. 
451. 



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TABLE 13B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



IiEDICINAI^, CYCLIC-- Continued 
Altcycltc and Heterocyclic — Continued 

^Antibiotics for human or veterinary use- -Continued 
•Penicillin seilts — Continued 

Chloroprooaine penicillin 

l-Ephenamine penicillin G 

Hydrabamine penicillin V 

Penicillin V 

^Potassium penicillin G 

•Potassium penicillin V 

•Procaine penicillin G 

•Sodium penicillin G 

Sodium penicillin 

Polymixin B sulfate 

Spontin 

•Strepton^/^cin 

•Tetracycline 

Thiostrepton 

lyrothricin 

Viomycin 

All other 

•Antibiotics for animal- feed supplements, food 

preservation, and crop spraying:. 

Bacitracin 

Chlortetracycline (Aureomycin) hydrochloride 

Hygront/'cin B 

Oxy tetracycline (Terramycin) 

Penicillin salts : 

Benzathine penicillin G 

Procaine penicillin G 

Streptomycin 

Tetracycline 

All other 

•Antihistamines : 

2-(Benzhydryloxy)-N,N-dimethylethylamine 8-chloro- 

theophyllinate . 
2 -[Benzyl(2-dime thy laminoethyl) amino] pyridine citrate 
2- [Benzyl(2-dimethylaminoethyl) ami no] pyridine 

hj'droohloride . 
2- [l-(p-Bromophenyl)-3-dimethylaminopropyl] pyridine 

( Parabromolylamlne ) maleate . 
1- (<i- Chlorobenzhydryl) -4-methylpiperazine hydro- 
chloride. 
2- [( p- Chlorobenzyl) ( 2-dime thy laminoethyl ) amino] - 

pyridine. 
l-(p-Chloro-a-phenylbenzyl)-'i-(p-tert-butylbenzyl)- 

piperazine dihydrochloride. 
2-ll-(p-Chlorophenyl)-3-dimethylaminopropyl] pyridine 

maleate (Chlorophenylpyridamine maleate). 
l-(p-Chlorophenyl)-2-phenyl-'V-pyrrolidyl-l-butene 

diphosphate and hydrochloride. 
2- [a- (2-Dime thy laminoethoxy)-a-me thy Ibenzyl] pyridine 

succinate (2- ( lfethyl-2 ' -dimethylaminoethoxybenzyl ) - 

pyridine succinate) (Decapryn succinate). 
2 - [( 2 - Dime thy laminoe thy 1-p-me thoxybenzy 1 ) amino] - 

pyridine maleate. 
2-[ (2 -Dime thy laminoethyl-p-methoxybenzyl) amino] - 

pyrimldine (N,N-Dimethyl-N'-p-methoxybenzyl-N-2- 

pyrimldylethylenediamine) . 
2-[ ( 2-Dime thylaminoethyl)thenylamlno]pyridine 

fumarate (N,N- Dimethyl- N'2-pyridyl-N '2 -thenyl- 

ethylenediamine fumarate) . 
2-[ (2-Dimethylaminoethyl)thenylamino] pyridine hydro- 
chloride (N,N-Dimethyl-N'2-pyridyl-N'2-thenyl- 

ethylenediamine hydrochloride). 
2-[ (2-Dlmethy laminoethyl) -2- thenylamino] pyridine, 

o-(p-hydroxybenzoyl)benzoate (Methapyrilene) . 
N-(2'-Dlmethylamino-2'-methyl)ethylphenothiazine 

hydrochloride . 
•2-[3-(Dimethylamlno)-l-phenylpropyl] pyridine maleate- 



480. 
533. 
451. 
441. 
278, 
441, 
278, 
278, 
480. 
646. 
451. 
278, 
474, 
278. 
385. 
646. 
278, 



156, 

474. 
441. 
646. 

646. 
278, 
474, 
646. 



345. 
345. 



441, 451, 629, 630, 646. 
451, 494. 

441, 451, 494, 629, 630, 646. 
629, 646. 



441, 474, 629, 646. 
494, 646. 



441, 494. 



368, 385, 533. 



441, 451, 494, 533, 629, 646. 
629, 646. 



342. 




451. 




342. 




646. 




342, 


478. 


441. 




303. 




629. 




361. 




117, 


451. 


225, 


451. 


441. 




117, 


630. 


342, 


478, X 



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TABLE 13B. —SynOietic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



MEDICINAI^, CYCLIC— Continued 

Alicyclic and Heterocyclic -Continued 

•Antlhls tamines- - Continued 

N,N-Diinethyl-N'-(2-pyridyl)-N'-{5-chloro-2-thenyl)- 
ethylenediamlne citrate. 

Phenlndamlne 

Antipyrine (l,5-Dlinethyl-2-phenyl-3-pyrazolone) 

•Barbituric acid 

•Barbituric acid derivatives : 

■5-Allyl-5-eec-butylbarblturlc acid 

5-Allyl-5-(2-cyclopenten-l-yl)barbituric acid and salt 
(Cyclopal) . 

5-Allyl-5-isobutylbarbituric acid and salt 

»5-Allyl-5-(l-methyibutyl)barbituric acid (Secobarbital) 
and salt. 
5-Allyl-5-(l-methylbutyl)-2-thiobarbituric acid, sodium 
salt (Thlaaylal). 

5-Eec-Butyl-5-ethylbarbituric acid 

5-8ec-Butyl-5-ethylbarbituric acid, sodiujn salt 

5-(l-Cyclohexen-l-yl)-l,5-dimethylbarbituric acid 
(Evlpal). 

5-(l-Cyclohexen-l-yl)-5-ethylbarbiturlc acid and salt 

5,5-Diallylbarbiturlc acid (Dial) 

»5,5-Diethylbarbiturlc acid (Barbital) 

5,5-Diettiylbarbituric acid, sodium salt 

5-Ethyl-5-isoaqylbarbituric acid and salt (Anytal) 

5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-l-butenyl)barbituric acid (Delvlnal) 
»5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl)barbituric acid 

( Pentobarbital) . 
»5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl )barbituric acid, sodium salt- 
5-Ethyl-5-(l-methyl-n-butyl)-2-thlobarbituric acid and 

salt (Pentothal). 
5-Ethyl-l-metbyl-5-phenylbarbiturlc acid (Mephobarbital) 

5-Ethyl-5-n-pentylbarbituric acid, sodium salt 

*5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbituric acid (Phenobarbital) 
( Luminal ) . 

»5-Ethyl-5-phenylbarbiturlo acid, sodium salt 

»Blle acids and salts: 

Bilirubin 

Bilron 

Cholic acid 

Dehydrocholic acid 

»Desoxycholic acid 

Ketocholanic acids 

Mixed bile acids, extracted 

Uixed oxidized bile acids 

•BromDcamphor, mono- 

'♦-N-(Butoxy)phenyl-'i-morphollnyl propyl ether hydro- 
chloride . 
a-Butyloxycinchonlnlo acid diethylethylenedlamlde and 
hydrochloride ( Nupercaine ) . 

•Caffeine, natural 

•Caffeine, synthetic 

Caffeine derivatives, natural and synthetic: 

Caffeine citrate 

Caffeine sodium benzoate 

Camphor, synthetic, U.S.P 

Camphoric acid 

Camphoric acid, 2-methoxy-3-hydroxymerouripropylamlde 
derivative. 

Camphoric anhydride 

Camphosulfonic acid 

Carboxymethylcellulose, sodium salt 

N- [3-( Carboxyiiiethylmercaptomercuri)-2-methoxypropyl]-a- 
camphoramate , dlsodium salt. 

Cellulose, oxidized 

7-Chloro-<i-(4-dlethylamino-l-methylbutylamlnD)qulnDline 

(Aralen). 
7-Chloro-4-(4- [ethyl(2-h5rdroxyethyl)amlno] -1-methylbutyl- 
nml no ) qulnollne sulfate. 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



486. 






240. 






326, 


451. 




225. 






335. 






335. 






335, 


372, 4A1. 




484. 






335, 


451. 




335, 


372, 451. 




225. 






225. 






335. 






335, 


441, 451. 




335, 


451. 




335, 


372, 441. 




X. 






335, 


372, 451. 




335, 


372, 451, 


484. 


372, 


451. 




225. 






372. 






225, 


335, 372, 


451, 627 


225, 


335, 372, 


627. 


287, 


595. 




441. 






69, 


188, 198, 


531. 


69, 


198, 450. 




69, 


198, 450. 




531. 






456. 






69, 


188. 




240, 


385, 627. 




451. 






345. 






1, 93, 376. 




117, 


646. 




627, 


629. 




627. 






262, 


512. 




608, 


625. 




608. 






608, 


625. 




625. 






345. 






630. 






577. 






225. 







I08 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, i958 



TABLE 13p, — Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, I95S--Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINAI^, or CLIC— Continued 



Ali 



nd Heterocycli 



»5-Chloro-7-lodo-8-quinolinol ( lodochlorohydroxyquinoline)-- 
2-Chlorophenothiazine 

1- (p-Chloro-a-phenylbenzyl ) -4- [ ( 2-hydroxyethoxy ) ethyl] - 
piperazine— 4,4— methylenebis{3-hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid) . 

3-(p-Chlorophenyl)sulfonyl-l-propylurea 

4-(7-Chloro-4-quinolylamino)-a-diethylaiiilnD-o-cresol 

Coenzyme A 

Cozymase 

a-Cyclohexyl-a-phenyl-l-piperidinepropanol 

Cy c lopentanol 

Cyclopentyl bromide 

l-Qyolopentyl-2-methylpropylamine ( Cyclopentamine) hydro- 
chloride. 

Dextran 

2,4-Diamino-5-{p-chlorophenyl)-6-ethylpyrimidine 

Diethylaiulnocarbethoxybicyclohexyl (Dicyclomine) hydro- 
chloride (Bentyl hydrochloride). 
2-(2-Diethylaminoethoxy)ethyl-l-phenyl-l-cyclopentane- 

carboxylate citrate. 
l-Diethylcarbaiiiyl-4-methylplperazine dihydrogen citrate 
(Hetrazan). 

3,3-Dlethyl-5-methyl-2,4-plperidinedione 

*Dlhydrocodelnone bi tartrate 

Dlhydroh.ydroxycodelnone hydrochloride 

3,5-Dliodo-N-methyl-4-pyridone-2,6-dicarboxylic acid 

3,5-Diiodo-4-pyrldone-N-acetic acid, diethanolamine 

»5,7-DHodo-8-quinolinol 

6,7-Dimethoxy-l-(4-ethoxy-3-methoxybenzyl)-3-methyl- 
quinoline phosphate (Dioxyline phosphate). 

p,a-Dimethylbenzyl camphorate, diethanolamine salt 

N,a -Dimethylcyclohexaneethylamine ( l-Cyclohexyl-2-methyl- 

aminopropane ) . 
N, N-Dimethyl-4-piperldylldene-l, 1-diphenylmethane methyl 
sulfate (Diphenmethanll methyl sulfate). 

Diosgenin 

Diothane hydrochloride 

5,5-Diphenylhydantoin 

5,5-Diphenylhydantoin, sodium salt 

5-Ethyl-3,5-dlmethyl-2,4-oxazolidinedione 

3-Ethyl-2-[5-(3-ethylbenzothiazolinylidene)-l,3-pentadienyl] 
benzothlazolium iodide. 

Ethyl l-methyl-4-phenylisonipecotate (Demerol) 

N-Ethyl-3-piperidyl benzilate methobromide 

N-Ethyl-3-plperidyl dlphenylacetate hydrochloride 

Ethynyl cyolohexyl carbamate (Valmid) 

Fructose (Levulose) 

Fructose-l,6-diphosphate, magnesium 

Galactose 

Glucose-6-phosphate, barium salt 

Glucuronolactone 

1-Hexadecylpyridinium chloride 

Hexamethylenetetramine 

Hexamethylenetetramine anhydromethylene citrate (Helmitol)- 

Hexamethylenetetramine mandelate 

Hexoklnase 

*Hormones (steroid): 

Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) 

21- ( 3- Carboxypropionyloxy ) -3, 20-pregnanedione , sodium 
salt. 

Estrogenic substance 

Fluorocortisone 

9-a-Fluorohydrooortisone acetate 

9-c<_Fluoro-llP,17a,21-trihydroxy-16a-methyl-l,4- 

pregnadlene-3 , 20-dione . 
9- a-Fluoro-ll P, 17 a, 21-trihydroxy-16a-methyl-l, 4- 
pregnadiene-3,20-dione-21-acetate. 

Fluoxymesterone 

♦Hydrocortisone alcohol and acetate 



345, 411, 439, 625. 

372. 

646. 

646. 
484. 
368. 
368. 
225. 
441. 
441. 
441. 

235, 533. 

250. 

303. 

646. 

474. 

486. 

385, 456, 627, 629. 

456. 

342. 

225. 

222, 411, 439, 531, 625. 

441. 

269. 
344. 

342. 

646. 

543. 

484, 623. 

454, 478, 484, 623, 625. 

451. 

646. 

225. 

519. 

519. 

441. 

383. 

236. 

287. 

236. 

425. 

X. 

471. 

225. 

361, 543. 

368. 

66, 69, 188. 
646. 



629. 
480. 
342. 



480. 

480, 646, X. 



MEDICINALS 



109 



TABLE 13B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC— Continued 



Mi 



and //e(erocycHc--Continued 



»Hormones (sterold)--Contlnued 

Hydrocortisone diethylamj noacetate hydrochloride 

»17-Hydroxy-ll-dehydrocorticosterone (Cortisone) and 
acetate. 

Methylprednisolone 

Methyltestosterone 

•Prednisolone 

Prednlsolone-21-pivalate 

Prednisone 

Progesterone 

Testosterone propionate 

Triamcinolone 

1-Hydrazinonaphthalazine hydrochloride 

'i,5-Imidazoledicarboxaniide 

^jS-Imidazoledicarboxylic acid 

lodoantipyrine 

Isonicotinic acid hydrazide 

l-Isonicotinyl-2-isopropylhydrazine phosphate 

Maltose 

p-Ifcnthofuran 

Menthyl salicylate 

homo-Menthyl salicylate 

6-Mercaptopurine 

P-Methoxy-Y-hydroxymercuric propylamide of camphoric acid, 

sodium salt with theophylline (Mercupurin) . 
8- ( 2' -Methoxy-3-hydroxymercuri )propylcoumarin-3-carboxylic 
acid (Meroumallyllc acid). 

Ifcthoxyoximercuripropylsuccinyl urea 

2-l*thylbenzothiazole 

Methylcholanthrene 

Methyl dehydromorphine 

3,3'-Methylenebis[4-hydroxycoumarin] (Dicuimrol) 

Methyl nlcotinate 

N-Methyl-3-piperidylbenzilate methobromide 

3-(2-Afethyl-l-piperidyl)propyl alcohol 

3-(2-Methyl-l-piperidyl)propyl benzoate (Ifetycaine) 

3-(2-Kfethyl-l-piperidyl)propyl, p-cyclohexyloxybenzoate 

( l-Methyl-1,4, 5 , 6-tetrahydro-2-pyrimidylmethyl ) -a- 
cyclohexyl-a-phenylglycolate hydrochloride. 

2-Jfethyl-3-o-tolyl-<i(3H)-quinazolinone 

l-tfethyl-2-undecyl-3-benzyl1midazoliujB bromide 

Nikethamide ( Coramine) 

5-Nitro-2-furaldehyde diacetate 

5-Nitro-2-furaldehyde semicarbazone (Furacin) 

5-Nitro-2-furfurylidene 1-aminohydantoin (Furadantin) 

N-(5-Nitro-2-furfurylidene)-3-amino-2-oxazoHdene 

Novalgin (l-Phenyl-2,3-dimethyl-4-iiie thy lamino-5 -pyrazolone 
formaldehyde bisulfite). 

Nucleic acid 

Nucleic acid salts 

Pamaquine (Plasmochin) (N-Diethylaminoisopentyl-8-arolno-6- 
methoxyquinoline) . 

Papaverine hydrochloride, synthetic 

Penicillinase 

Phenothiazine 

Phenylacetyl urea 

Phytic acid 

Phytic acid, calcium salt 

Piperazine 

»Piperazine derivatives : 

N-Benzhydryl-N^-methylpiperazine base and hydrochloride- 
l-(p-Chloro-a-phenylbenzyl)-4-methylpiperazine (Perazil) 
N-(f;-Cyclohexyl-p-hydroxy-f!-phenyl)ethyl-N'-methyl- 

piperazine methosulfate. 
N-( |3,fi-Diphen;vl-f: -hydroxy)ethyl-N'-methylpiperazine 
dihydrochloride. 

lifethyl-N-methyl-N-piperazine acetate 

N-Methylpiperazine 



646. 

342, 4S0, X. 

X. 

345. 

480, 629, 646. 

345. 

342, 629. 

X. 

345. 

278. 

345. 

X. 

595. 

627. 

278. 

486. 

287. 

X. 

320. 

320. 

250. 



456. 

519. 

213. 

217, 595. 

627. 

451, 474, 608. 

361. 

519. 

4^1. 

441. 

441. 

646. 

372. 

441. 

345, 625. 

648. 

648. 

648. 

648. 

225. 

236. 
236. 
225. 



441, 


629. 




533. 






89, 


512. 




451. 






564. 






564. 






222, 


618, 


621 


250. 






250. 






451. 






451. 






451. 






618, 


621, 


625 



no 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 13B. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i958- -Continued 



Manufacturers identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINAI^, CYCLIC— Continued 
Alicyclic and Heterocyclic- -Continued 

•Piperazine derivatives — Continued 

Piperazine adipate 

piperazlne calcium ethylenediamine tetraacetate (Perln)-- 

Piperazine citrate 

»Piperazine dihydrochloride 

Piperazine hydrochloride 

Piperazine phosphate 

Piperazine tartrate 

All other 

Piperazine hexahydrate 

6-Propyl-2-thiouracil 

2-PyTidinemethanol tartrate 

Pyridiiim (2,6-Diamlnr -3-phenylazopyridine) 

Ciuinacrine (Atebrin) (2-hfethoxy-6-chloro-9-diethyl- 
aminopentylaminoacridine) . 
»6-Quinolinol (8-Hydroxyquinoline) salts and esters: 

8-Quinolinol base 

8-(Jainolinol benzoate 

8-Quinolinol citrate 

S-Quinolinol sulfate (Quinosol) 

Rutin 

p-Sitosterol 

Sodium santoninate 

Terpinol hydrate 

dl-2- ( 1, 2 ,3 , -i-Tetrahydro-l-naphthyl ) Imidazoline hydro- 
chloride. 
Theobromine derivatives : 

Theobromine calcium gluconate 

Theobromine salicylate 

Theobromine sodium acetate 

Theobromine sodium salicylate 

^Theophylline ( 1,3 -Dime thy Ixanthine) base and derivatives: 

Theophylline aminoisobutanol 

Theophylline base 

Theophylline 8-bromotheophylline 

Theophylline 8-chlorotheophylline 

Theophylline cholinate 

Theophylline dihydroxypropyl salt 

^Theophylline ethylenedlamlne ( Aminophy lline ) 

Theophylline ethylenedlamlne, sodium biphosphate 

Theophylline magnesium 

Theophylline methoxyoxlmercuripropylsuccinylurea 

Theophylline monoethanolamine 

Theophylline sodium acetate 

2-Thiouracll 

Thymidine 

^Tranquilizers (including benzenoid) : 

1-p- Chlorobenzhydrol-'i-[ 2- ( 2-hydroxyethoxy )ethyl]- 

piperazine ( ffydroxyzlne ) dlhydrochloride . 
2- Chloro-10- ( 3-dimethylaminopropyl)pheno thiazine 

( Chlorpromazine) hydrochloride. 
2-Chloro-10-[3-(l-methyl-A-piperazinyl)propyl]phenD- 

thlazine dimaleate. 
A- [3-(2-Chloro-10-phenothiazyl)propyl] -1-plperazine- 
ethanol. 

2-(p-Chlorophenyl)-3-methyl-2,3-butanediol 

10-(Y-Dlmethylaminopropyl)phenothiazine (Promazine) 

hydrochloride . 
a,a-Dlphenyl-'i-piperidlnemethanol ( Azocyolonol ) hydro- 
cloride (Frenquel hydrochloride). 

2-Ethyl-3-propylglycidamlde (Qulactin) 

2-Trifluoromethyl-10-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)pheno- 
thiazlne (Trlflupromazine ) hydrochloride. 

3,5,5-Trlmethyl-2,'i-oxazolidinedione (Tridione) 

3-Tropanol (Tropine) 

Tropine benzhydryl ether methaneaulfonate 

Uracil --■ 

Uric acid 



543, 


618. 




456. 






222, 


543, 


618, 625 


543, 


618, 


625. 


543, 


618. 




543, 


618. 




543, 


625. 




621. 






543, 


618. 




474. 






486. 






361, 


623. 




225. 






411, 


439, 


586. 


411, 


586. 




586. 






411, 


439, 


586. 


222, 


385, 


439. 


480. 






627. 






385, 


439. 




646. 






450. 






629. 






627. 






627. 






335. 






335, 


627. 




335. 






627. 






361. 






266. 






335, 


439, 


531. 


335. 






627. 






519. 






441. 






335, 


627. 




474. 






236. 







441. 
630. 



303. 
278. 

451. 

478. 

X. 

236. 

X. 



MEDICINALS 



III 



TABLE 13B. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i95S--Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINALS, CYCLIC— Continued 
Alicyclic and He terocyc ! ic- -Continued 

Uridine 

Uridine triphosphate 

l-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone iodine complex polymer 

♦Vitamins ; 

*A, from all sources : 

*A acetate 

*A acetate (feed grade) 

»A alcohol 

*A esters (natural) 

»A palmitate 

»A palmitate (feed supplement) 

p- Carotene 

»Bi (Thiamine hydrochloride) 

»Bi (Thiamine nitrate) 

B2: 

(Riboflavin- 5 '-phosphate, monosodium salt) (IOO56) 

♦(Riboflavin for human consumption) (100$) 

(Riboflavin for animal and poultry consumption) 

*^6 (Pyrldoxine) 

*Bi2 (100*): 

»Feed grade 

♦Pharmaceutical quality 

»U.S.P. Crystalline 

*D2 (Irradiated ergosterol) (Calciferol) 

*D3 (Irradiated animal sterol) (Delsterol) 

E (a- Tocopherol) 

E (a-Tocopherol acetate) 

Biotin 

Folic acid 

Inositol 

♦Niacin (Nicotinic acid) 

♦Niacinamide 

♦Nicotinic acid (animal-feed grade) 

MEDICINALS, ACYCLIC 

Aoetylcarbromal ( 1- Acetyl-3- ( 2-bromo-2-ethylbutyryl ) urea ) 

Acetylcholine bromide 

Acetylcholine chloride 

Acetylmethionine 

♦Amino acids : 

dl- Alanine (dl-a- Alanine) 

♦P- Alanine 

l(+)-Arginlne hydrochloride 

dl-Asparagine monohydrate 

dl-Aapartic acid 

1- Cysteine hydrochloride 

1-Cystine 

Glutamic acid and salts : 

l(+) -Glutamic acid 

l(+)-Glutamlc acid, calcium salt 

♦1(+) -Glutamic acid hydrochloride 

l(+)-Glutamlc acid, monoammonium salt 

l(+)-Glutamio acid, monopotassium salt 

l(+)-Glutamlne 

Glycine (Aminoacetic acid) 

Glycine hydrochloride 

2-Hydroxy-;-(methylthlo)butyTlo acid, calcium salt 

1-Isoleuclne 

dl- Leucine 

1-Leucine 

♦1(+) -Lysine hydrochloride 

dl-Jfethlonlne 

Ifethlonlne (animal-feed grade) 

dl-Serine 

dl-Threonlne 

dl- Valine 

Amino acid mixtures 

Amyl nitrite (Isoanyl nitrite) 



236. 










368. 










525. 










486, 


545, 


595, 


629, 


646 


A86, 


629. 








5'15. 










595. 










<;86, 


595, 


629, 


646. 




486, 


629. 








486. 










474, 


486, 


629. 






474, 


486, 


629, 


646. 





486, 646. 

156, 486, 629. 

156, 368, 474, 486, 533, 629, 646. 

474, 486, 629. 



156, 


474, 


533, 


592, 


629, 


646. 




629. 














368, 


629. 












225, 


330, 


383, 


419, 


510, 


537. 




383, 


419, 


510, 


538. 








486. 














486. 














451, 


474, 


480. 










564. 














127, 


382, 


510, 


518, 


540, 


541, 626, 629 


361, 


451, 


537, 


629. 








190, 


382. 












578. 














595. 














629. 














240, 


448. 












240. 














451, 


510, 


589. 










177, 


409. 












177. 














221. 














231. 














409. 














94, 


210. 












439. 














94, 


330, 


439. 










X. 














94. 














94, 


236. 












240, 


287, 


372. 










595. 














117, 


512. 












240. 














240. 














564. 














5U2, 


629, 


646. 










240, 


512, 


543. 










512. 














409. 














225. 














240. 














559, 


564. 












595, 


627. 













112 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 13B. ■ 



• Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i55S-- Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINAI^, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Betaine base 

Betaine hydrate 

»Betaine hydrochloride 

Calcium bromolactobionate 

Calcium lactophosphate 

Calcium succinate 

Carbromal (Bromodiethylacetylcarbamide) 

»Chloretone ( tert-Trichlorobutyl alcohol) 

3-Chloromercurl-2-methoxypropylurea 

J3-Chlorovinylethylethynj'l carbinol 

Choline bicarbonate 

*Choline bitartrate 

"Choline chloride, for animal and poultry feed and for use 
as a chemical. 

"Choline chloride, medicinal grade only 

"Choline dihydrogen citrate 

Diallylacetic acid, bismuth salt 

2,<i-Dihydroxy-3,3-dimethylbutyric acid y-laotone 

2,'i-Dihydroxy-3,3-dimethylbutyric acid y-laotone, racemic-- 

2,2-Diisopropyl-5-hydroxymethyl-l,3-dioxolane 

2,3-Dimercapto-l-propano3 (Dimercaprol) 

Disodium methanearsonate (Arrhenal) 

Divinyl ether 

Ethyl carbamate (Urethane) 

2-Ethyl-cis-crotonyl urea 

"Ethylenediamine diiodide 

"Ethyl iodide 

Ethyl nitrite 

Gluconic acid salts: 

Ammonium gluconate 

Calcium gluooheptonate- 

Calcium gluconate 

Cobalt gluconate 

Copper gluconate 

Iron (ferrous) gluconate 

Ifegnesium gluconate 

Manganese gluconate 

Potassium gluconate 

Sodium gluconate 

Zinc gluconate 

Glucono-6 -lac tone 

Glucosamine hydrochloride 

Glutathione 

Glutathione, monosodium salt 

Glutathione (oxidized) 

Glycerophosphoric acid 

Glycerophosphoric acid derivatives : 

Calcium glycerophosphate 

Sodium glycerophosphate 

Hendecenoic acid (Undecylenic acid) salts: 

Sodium hendecenoate 

Zinc hendecenoate 

Hexamethyldiaminoisopropanol diiodide 

Hexamethylenebis[trimethylammonium bromide] ( Hexamethonium 

bromide) . 
Hexamethylenebis[trimethylammonium chloride] (Hexamethonium 
chJLoride ) . 

Iodized oils ■ 

Iodoform 

lodomethanesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Iron (ferrous) oxalate 

Lactic acid salts (medicinal grades only) : 

Aluminum lactate 

Iron (ferrous) lactate 

Magnesium citrate 

Malononitrile 



94, 


518, 


543. 


9-4. 






94, 


439, 


518, 543. 


543. 






627. 






385 


439. 




225 


454, 


578. 


320, 


372, 


484. 


519. 






451. 






533. 






474, 


518, 


606. 


518, 


533, 


X. 


474, 


518, 


543, 606 


474, 


518, 


606. 


X. 






484. 






484. 






578. 






606. 






127. 






629. 






257. 






578. 






222, 


543, 


625. 


222, 


595, 


627, 629 


627. 






646. 






287. 






627, 


646. 




543. 






543, 


646. 




543, 


646. 




543, 


646. 




543, 


646. 




543, 


646. 




383, 


646. 




543. 






646. 






646. 






236. 






236. 






236. 






471. 






471. 






471. 






543. 






543. 






225. 






478. 






478. 






531. 






385, 


627. 




225. 






454, 


543. 




543. 






627. 






627. 






326, 


586. 





MEDICINALS 



113 



TABLE 13B. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Medicinals for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MEDICINALS, ACYCLIC- -Continued 

Methyleneoitric acid and salts 

Methylene iodide 

*Methyl iodide 

2-Methyl-2-propyl-l,3-propanediol 

Pantolactone (racemic) 

2-Propylvaleric acid, bismuth salt 

Rescinnamine 

Ribose-5-phosphate, barium salt 

Sodium bismuth triglycolamate 

Sodium succinate 

Sodium tartrate 

Succinylcholine dichloride 

Tartaric acid (medicinal grade) 

Tartaric acid salts, medicinal grades only: 

Antimony potassium tartrate 

Potassium bitartrate 

Potassium sodium tartrate 

Sodium bitartrate 

Tetramethylammonium hydroxide 

Thioglucose, s-gold derivative 

Thlosemicarbazide 

»Tranquillzers : 2-Methyl-2-n-propyl-l,3-propanediol 
dicarbamate (Meprobamate) (Eijuanil) (Miltown). 

2,2,2-Trlbromoethanol 

Tri choline citrate 

Triiodoethionic acid 

*Vitamins : 

^Ascorbic acid and derivatives ; 

»Ascorbic acid 

Ascorbic acid, calcium salt 

Ascorbic acid, sodium salt 

Ascorbyl palmitate 

■^Pantothenic acid and derivatives: 

Growth factor, unidentified 

Pantothenic acid 

»Pantothenlc acid, d-calclum salt 

*Pantothenic acid, dl-calcium salt 

Pantothenic acid, sodium salt 

Pantothenic acid, d-sodium salt 

d-Pantothenyl alcohol (a,Y-Dihydroxy-N-(3-hydroxy- 
propyl)-p,p -dimethylbutyramide ) . 

dl-Pantothenyl alcohol 

Xylose . 



225. 








222, 


225, 


595. 




222, 


348, 


595, 


627. 


451, 


454. 






451, 


621. 






X. 








646. 








236. 








372. 








385. 








627. 








225, 


250. 






646. 








646. 








280, 


646. 






280, 


646. 






646. 








222. 








342. 








213. 








257, 


320, 


451, 


X. 


225. 








474, 


606. 






342. 








486, 


629, 


646. 




646. 








486, 


629, 


646. 




646. 








646. 








383. 








474, 


484, 


629, 


X. 


190, 


441, 


451, 


474, 510, 518, 537, 629 


484. 








484. 








486. 








486. 








287. 









114 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 
Flavor and Perfume Material* 



TABLE 14B.- 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 



Flavor and perfume materials for which separate statistics are given In table l^k are marked below with an asterisk 
(*); those not so marked do not appear in table 14A because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may 
not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23] 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC 
Benzrnoid and Naphthalenold 



2'-Acetonaphthone (Methyl p-naphthyl ketone) 

Acetophenone 

7-Acetyl-6-ethyl-l,l,4,A-tetramethyl-l,2,3,'4-tetrahydro- 
naphthalene . 

M-Allylveratrole (Eugenyl methyl ether) 

Anethole (p-Propenylanisole) 

*p-Aiiisaldehyde (p-Methoxybenzaldehyde) 

Anisole (Methyl phenyl ether) 

Anisyl acetate 

Anisyl alcohol 

*Benzophenone 

*Benzyl acetate 

*Benzyl alcohol 

Benzyl benzoate 

Benzyl butyrate 

*Benzyl cinnamate 

Benzyl formate 

Benzyl isoeugenyl ether 

Benzyl isopentyl ether 

Benzyl phenylaoetate (Benzyl a-toluate) 

Benzyl propionate 

Benzyl salicylate ■■ 

a-Broraostyrene 

ii'-tert-Butyl-2',6'-dimethyl-3',5 '-dinitroacetophenone 

(Musk ketone) . 
6-tert-Butyl-3-methyl-2,'i-dinitroanisole (Musk ambrette)-- 
p-tert-Butyl-a-methylhydrocinnamaldehyde (a-Methyl-p- 

( p-tert-butylphenyl ) propionaldehyde ) . 
5-tert-Butyl-l,2,3-trimethyl-4,6-dinitrobenzene (5-tert- 
Butyl-4-, 6-dinitrohemlraellitene ) . 

5-tert-Butyl-2,4,6-trinitro-m-xylene (Musk xylol) 

Carvacrol (2-p-Cymenol) 

Cinnam aldehyde 

Ginnamic acid 

Cinnamyl acetate 

"Cinnamyl alcohol 

Cinnamyl anthranilate 

Cinnamyl cinnamate 

Cinnamyl formate 

Cinnamyl isovalerate 

trans -Decahydro-2-naphthol 

p,a-Diniethylbenzyl alcohol (p-Methylphenylmethylcarbinol)- 

a,a-Dimethylphenethyl acetate 

a,a-Dimethylphenethyl alcohol 

a,a-Dimethyl-3-phenyl-l-propanol 

4,6-Dinitro-l,3,3,5-pentamethylindane 

Diphenylmethane 

l,3-Diphenyl-2-propanone (Dibenzyl ketone) 

2-Ethoxynaphthalene (Ethyl P-naphthyl ether) 

Ethyl benzoate 

Ethyl cinnamate 

*Ethyl a,p -epoxy-p-methylhydrocinnamate (Ethyl 
methylphenylglycidate). 

2-Ethylhexyl salicylate 

Ethyl p-phenylglycidate 

Ethylvanillin 

»Eugenol 

Eugenyl acetate 

Hexylcinnamaldehyde 

Hydratropaldehyde (a-Phenylpropionaldehyde) 

*Isobutyl phenylacetate (Isobutyl a-toluate) 

Isobutyl salicylate 



565. 
565. 

366, 565. 
262, 649. 
366, 565. 

565. 

565. 

366, 565, 586. 

472, 565, 641. 

447, 565, 641. 

447, 472, 641. 

366, 565. 

565. 



565. 
565. 



641. 
366, 565. 

565, 610. 



565. 
472. 
565. 



565. 
565. 



366, 565, 650. 



Ill, 320, 321, 366, 385, 399, 565, 641. 

565. 

565. 

376, 399, 565. 

565. 



FUWOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS 



[I5 



TABLE liB. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, CYCLIC— Continued 
Benzenold and /Vapht/ia lenoid- -Continued 

»Isoeugenol 

Isoeugenyl acetate 

*Isopenty] salicylate (Arayl salicyl'ate) 

p-Isopropylbenzaldehyde (Cumaldehyde) 

p-Isopropyl-a-methyLhydrocinnamaldehyde (Cyclamen 
aldehyde) . 

*A-Methoxyacetophenone 

2-Methoxynaphthalene (Methyl p-naphthyl ether) 

p-Methylacetophenone (Methyl p-tolyl ketone) 

p-Jfethylanisole (p-Cresyl methyl ether) 

'ftJethyl anthranilate 

Methyl benzoate 

*a-Methylbenzyl acetate 

p-Methylbenzyl acetate 

a-Methylcinnamaldehyde 

Methyl cinnamate 

Methyl N-methylanthranilate (Dimethyl anthranilate) -- 

Methyl phenylacetate (Methyl a-toluate) 

»Methyl salicylate (Synthetic wintergreen oil) 

■»a-Pentylcinnamaldehyde (a -Amylc innamaldehyde ^ 

*Phenethyl acetate 

»Phenethyl alcohol 

Phenethyl formate 

»Phenethyl isobutyrate 

Phenethyl isovalerate 

Phenethyl methacrylate 

Phenethyl phenylacetate (Phenethyl a-toluate) 

Phenethyl salicylate 

2-Phenoxyethyl isobutyrate 

Pheny lacetaldehyde (a -Tolualdehyde ) 

Phenylacetaldehyde, dimethyl acetal 

o-Phenylanisole (2-Methoxybiphenyl) 

'4-Phenyl-3-buten-2-one (Benzylidene acetone) 

3 -Phenyl -1-propanol (Hydrocinnamic alcohol) 

Phenyl-2-propanone (Benzyl methyl ketone) 

3-Phenyl-l -propyl acetate 

<i-Propenylveratrole (Isoeugenyl methyl ether) 

Sallcylaldehyde 

l,2,3,6-Tetrahydro-2,3,5-trimethylbenzaldehyde 

p-Tolualdehyde ( p-Methy Ibenzaldehyde ) 

p-Tolyl acetate (p-Cresyl acetate) 

p-Tolyl isobutyrate (p-Cresyl isobutyrate) 

p-Tolyl phenylacetate (p-Cresyl a-tolu:-.te) 

a-(Trichloromethyl)benzyl acetate (Rositone) 

Vanillin 

Terpenoid, Heterocyclic. andAlicycUc 

Bomyl acetate 

"i-tert-Butylcyclohexyl acetate 

Carvone (Carvol) 

Caryophyllene 

Cedrol 

«Cedryl acetate 

Cineole (Eucalyptol) 

«Citral (Geranial) 

*Citronellal 

«Citronellol 

*Citronellyl acetate 

Citronellyl butyrate 

*Citronellyl formate 

Citronellyl isobutyrate 

«Coumarin 

Cyclohexadecanolide 

Cyclopentanone 

»Ethyl oxyhydrate 

*Geraniol 

*<leranyl acetate 



323. 
'i72. 
385, 
366, 
366, 
366, 
377, 
73, 
321, 
321, 
366, 
366, 
366, 
565, 
117 
';72, 
196. 

321. 
321, 



366, 565, 641. 

366, 399, 565. 

650. 

565, 650. 

366, 565. 
565. 

565. 

366, 621, (Al. 

565. 

366, 565. 

650. 
366, 565. 

565. 

240, 471. 

366, 472, 565, 610. 

472, 610. 

366, 472, 610. 

366, 472, 565. 
565. 

565. 

565. 
565. 
565. 
472. 

565. 

565. 
565. 



565. 
472. 
565. 
565. 
117, 376. 



399, 458. 
649. 

472, 565. 

472, 565. 

Ill, 366, 399, 565, 610. 

366, 472, 565. 

366, 472, 565, 610, 641. 

472, 565. 

472, 565. 

240, 565, 610. 



73, 111, 310, 323, 650. 
366, 399, 472, 565, 641, 649. 
323, 366, 399, 472, 565. 



116 



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TABLE 14B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIAIS, CYCLIC --Continued 



Terpe 



id, Hete 



nd All 



Geranyl butyrate 

■itGeranyl formate 

Geranyl phenylacetate (Geranyl a-toluate)- 
2-Hexyl-2-oyclopenten-l-one 

Hydrocoumarin (Sj^-Dihydrocoumarin) 

*Hydroxycitronellal 

*Hydroxycitronellal, dimethyl acetal 

16-Hydroxy-5-7-hexadecenoic acid, lactone- 



Indole 

«Ionones: 

*a-Ionone 

p-Ionone 

lonone (a- and (3-) 

Isobornyl acetate 

Isobutylquinoline 

Isopropylquinoline-- 

Isopulegol 

I SOS af role 

d-Limonene 

«Linalool 

»Linalyl acetate 

Linalyl cinnamate 

Linalyl isobutyrate- 
Linalyl propionate — 

^Menthol, sjTithetic: 



»Tech- 



*U.S.P 

Menthont; 

Menthyl acetate 

6-Methylcoumarin 

*Methylionones : 

Methyl- a- ionone 

Methyl-p-ionone 

Methylionone (a- and|3-)- 

Methyl-&-ionone 

Methyl-y-ionone 

Nerol 



Nerolidol 

Nopyl acetate 

Phellandrene 

*Piperonal (Heliotropin) 

*Rhodinol 

Rhodinyl acetate 

Rhodinyl formate 

»Safrole 

Santalol 

Santalyl acetate 

^Sweeteners, synthetic: 

Cyclohexanesulfamic acid, calcium salt- 
Cyclohexanesulfamic acid, sodium salt-- 

Saccharin 

Saccharin, calcium salt 

Saccharin, sodium salt 

*Terpineols: 

a-Terpineol 

P-Terpineol 

Terpineol (a- and p-) 

Terpinol hydrate (Terpin hydrate) tech — 

*Terpinyl acetate 

Terpinyl propionate 

3,5,5-Trimethylcyclohexanol 

Vetivenol 

*Vetivenyl acetate 



FLAVOR AND PERFUliffi MATERIALS, ACYCLIC 



366, 
321, 
366, 
^72. 
320, 
321, 
366, 
472. 
366. 

366, 

366, 

111, 

366, 

472. 

213. 

321, 

366. 

73, 

323, 

111, 

565. 

366, 

366, 

320, 
262, 
262, 
366, 
366. 



565. 

366, 472, 565. 

565. 

366, 565. 

366, 565, 610. 

399, 565. 



376, 472, 565, 610. 

376, 565, 610. 

321, 366, 376, 565, 610. 

565. 



366, 399, 472, 486, 565, 610, 649. 
366, 399, 486, 565, 610. 



565. 
565. 



366, 610, 641, 649. 
366, 610, 641. 
649. 
399. 



Allyl heptanoate (Allyl enanthate) 565. 

Allyl hexanoate (Allyl caproate) 73, 565. 



366, 376, 


472. 






376. 








321, 366, 


376, 


565, 


610. 


565. 








565. 








472, 565, 


649. 






486. 








73, 240. 








320. 








366, 385, 


565, 


641. 




54, 323, 


366, 


472, 


641. 


54, 366. 








366, 472. 








310, 366, 


377, 


385 


399, 


366. 








366. 








451, 512. 








451, 512. 








117, 392. 








392. 








117, 392. 








210, 262, 


649. 






262. 








321, 366. 








210. 








262, 366, 


565. 






366, 565. 








320. 








565. 








366, 472, 


565 


610 





FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS 



117 



TABLE liB.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Flavor and perfume materials for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Ivlanufacturers ' identification numbers 

(according to list in table 23) 



FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS, ACYCLIC--Continued 

Allyl isothiocyanate (Synthetic mustai-d oil) 

Allyl sulfide (Diallyl sulfide) 

2,3-Butanedione (Biacetyl) 

Butyl butyryllactate 

Butyrone (Di-n-propyl ketone) 

Decanal (Capraldehyde) (Cio) 

Diethyl sebacate (Ethyl sebacate) 

Diethyl succinate 

3,6-Dimethyl-3-octanol 

Dimethyl succinate 

Dodecyl acetate (Lauryl acetate) 

»Ethyl butyrate 

Ethyl heptanoate (Ethyl enanthate ) 

Ethyl isovalerate 

Ethyl laurate 

Ethyl nonanate (Ethyl pelargonate) 

Glutamic acid, monopotassium salt 

^<Glutamic acid, monosodlura salt (Monosodium glutamatej- 

Heptanal (Enanthaldehyde) (C7) 

Heptyl alcohol (Heptanol) 

Heptyl ether (Enanthic ether) 

3-Hydroxy-2-butanone (Acetoin) 

A-Hydroxynonanoic acid, y-lactone (y -Honalactone ) 

<i-Hydroxyoctanoic acid, Y-lactone (Y-Octalactone) 

»A-Hydroxyundecanoic acid, y-l^ctone (y -Undecalactone)- 
Isobutyl acetate 

Isopentyl butyrate (Amyl butyrate) 

Isopentyl formate (Amyl formate) 

Isopentyl heptanoate (Amyl caproate) 

Isopentyl isovalerate (Amyl isovalerate) 

Lauraldehyde (Dodecyl aldehyde) (Cia) 

6-Methyl-5-hepten-2-one 

2-Methylundecanal ( 2-Methylnonylacetaldehyde ) 

Nonanal ( Pe largonaldehyde ) (C9) 

Octanal (Caprylaldehyde) (C3) 

*n-Octyl acetate 

n-Octyl isobutyrate 

Undecanal (Hendecanaldehyde) iCn) 

Undecenal (Hendecenaldehyde) 

9-Undecen-l-ol (Hendecenol) 

Valerolactone 

CHEMICALLY MODIFIED ESSENTIAL OILS 

Citronella oil, acetone condensation product 

Citronella oil, acetylated 

Geranium oil isopropyl alcoholysis product 

Lavandin, acetylated 

Rosemary oil, acetylated 

Sassafras oil, hydrogenated 

Spike lavender oil, acetylated 



320, 


400. 




73. 






320, 


372. 




320. 






565. 






366, 


565. 




323, 


565. 




621. 






544. 






320. 






565. 






39, 


73, 399, 565. 




323, 


565. 




565. 






399. 






565. 






58. 






58, 


94, 210, 330, 564, 629 


187, 


450. 




187. 






565. 






213. 






366, 


565. 




366. 






366, 


399, 565. 




399, 


565. 




399, 


565. 




565. 






323. 






399, 


565. 




366, 


565. 




366, 


565. 




366, 


565. 




366, 


565. 




366, 


565. 




366, 


399, 565. 




399, 


565. 




366, 


565. 




366. 






366. 






366. 






423. 






399. 






423. 






323 


366. 




399. 






366. 






399. 







118 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 
Plastics and Resin Materials 



TABLE 15B. 



--Synthetic organic chemicals: Plastics and resin materials for which U.S. production or 
sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 



[ Plastics and resin materials for which separate statistics are given in table 15A are marked below with an asterisk 
(«); chemicals 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 shown below are taken from table 23. 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 23) 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIAI5, BENZENOID 

Aniline-formaldehyde resins 

»Coumarone-indene resins 

Epoxy resins: 

♦Unmodified 

**Iodified 

♦Petroleum polyrner and condensation resins 

♦Phenolic and other tar-acid resins: 
♦Unmodified: 

♦Cresols -formaldehyde 

♦Cresylic acid -formaldehyde 

♦Phenol- (and substituted phenol-) formaldehj'de- 



♦Resorcinol-formaldehyde 

All other unmodified phenolic and other tar-acid resins 

♦Modified : 

♦Phenol- (and substituted phenol-) formaldehyde with 

modifiers (except rosin). 
♦Rosin and rosin esters modified with phenolic and other 
tar-acid resins (hard resins). 
All other modified phenolic and other tar-acid resins — 
♦Phthalic alkyd resins: 

♦Unmodified 



♦Polyester resins 

Polyurethane and diisocyanate resins 

♦Styrene and styrene derivative polymer and copolymer resins 
Polymethyl styrene 

♦Polystyrene 

♦Styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer 

♦Styrene -alkyd polyesters (for protective coatings) 

♦Styrene-butadiene copolymer: 

♦Latexes 

♦All other 

♦Styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer 

All other styrene and styrene derivative polymer and 
copolymer resins. 



655. 

161, 362, 590, 626. 

158, 2';0, 397, 502, 507. 

12, 24, 26, 29, 46, 83, 108, 128, 133, 146, 158, 168, 
197, 254, 265, 277, 290, 396, 459, 463, 475, 500, 
503, 507, 520, 521, 527, 566, 570, 612, 626, 649, 
654. 

161, 325, 347, 362, 477, 547, 590. 



19, 180, 223, 258, 307, 507, 530, 573, 649, 654. 

19, 27, 52, 165, 180, 223, 254, 261, 307, 349, 474, 
507, 530. 

17, 18, 19, 21, 40, 43, 46, 57, 68, 84, 86, 117, 136, 
144, 146, 165, 180, 202, 223, 233, 242, 254, 290, 
307, 349, 394, 436, 452, 461, 463, 474, 476, 488, 
500, 507, 521, 530, 573, 593, 598, 600, 602, 609, 
612, 626, 643, 647, 649, 654, 667, 668. 

117, 136, 202, 349, 506, 507, 573, 602, 654. 

27, 52, 117, 165, 180, 223, 254, 265, 312, 349, 403, 

506, 507, 530, 573, 626, 654. 

65, 223, 254, 261, 349, 381, 507, 520, 602, 654. 

44, 46, 74, 137, 210, 265, 290, 394, 403, 404, 521, 

602, 609, 626, 649, 654. 
22, 117, 254, 290, 394, 507, 600, 602, 654. 

5, 10, 12, 16, 20, 24, 29, 33, 35, 38, 41, 42, 44, 
46, 47, 49, 74, 83, 85, 107, 108, 109, 119, 128, 
133, 137, 146, 158, 164, 168, 197, 210, 233, 243, 
254, 261, 265, 277, 290, 301, 313, 333, 351, 358, 
365, 375, 379, 384, 394, 396, 403, 404, 453, 459, 
474, 475, 491, 499, 500, 507, 512, 520, 521, 527, 
530, 560j 570, 572, 574, 593, 597, 602, 612, 626, 
649, 654, 667. 

5, 10, 16, 18, 20, 24, 26, 29, 33, 35, 37, 38, 41, 
42, 44, 46, 49, 67, 74, 83, 85, 107, 108, 109, 119, 
128, 133, 137, 146, 158, 164, 168, 197, 210, 233, 
243, 253, 254, 261, 277, 290, 301, 312, 313, 333, 
358, 365, 384, 394, 396, 404, 459, 474, 499, 500, 
503, 507, 512, 520, 521, 527, 530, 560, 570, 572, 
582, 593, 602, 607, 609, 612, 622, 626, 649, 654, 
667, X. 

•5, 18,' 38, 46, 74, 133, 146, 242, 254, 265, 290, 324, 
371, 381, 394, 404, 408, 432, 452, 453, 459, 474, 

507, 510, 520, 521, 530, 567, 582, 593, 602, 612, 
615, 624, 626, 649, 654, 667. 

371, 467, 510, 572. 

325, 474. 

3, 81, 117, 151, 191, 218, 240, 412, 415, 467, 506, 

507. 
240, 432, 474, 507, 589, 626. 
5, 117, 146, 158, 265, 290, 333, 375, 394, 396, 474, 

512, 520, 521, 530, 570, 572, 602, 612, 626, 649, 

654, 667. 

218, 240, 353, 408, 432, 502, 506, 567, 649. 

117, 194, 290, 312, 353, 432, 567, 573, 589. 

240, 381, 566, 602. 

38, 161, 240, 349, 353, 502, 507, 512, 521, 567, X. 



plj\stics and resin materials 



119 



TABLE 15B. —Synthetic organic chemicals: Plastics and resin materials for which U.S. production or 
sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, JP58— Continued 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIAIS, BENZENOID— Continued 

ToluenesuLfonamide resins 

All otber benzenoid plastics and resin materials 

PLASTICS AND RESIN UATERIAIS, NONBENZENOID 

Acetone -formaldehyde resins 

Acrylic resins: 

Polymethylmethacrylate resins 

All other acrylic resins 

»AIkyd resins (except phthalic): 

^Unmodified 



^Modified: 

*Rosin and rosin esters modified with maleie and fumarlc 
acids only (hard resins) . 



»A11 other modified aliyd resins 

Dicyandiamlde resins 

Polyamide (Nylon) resins 

Polychloroethylene and polyfluoroethylene resins 
«Polyethylene resins: 

♦High-pressure process 

*Low -pressure process 

Polypropylene resins 

Polyterpene resins 

»Rosin modifications: 

•Rosin adduct resins 

*Rosin and rosin esters: 
•Unmodified : 

•Esterified with glycerol 

•Esterified with other alcohols 

•All other rosin modifications 

•Silicone resins 

•Urea and melamine resins: 

•Melamlne-formaldehyde type 

•Urea-formaldehyde type 



•Vinyl and vinyl copolymer resins: 

•Polyvinyl acetate 

Polyvinyl alcohol 

Polyvinyl butyral 

•Polyvinyl chloride and copolymers: 

Polyvinyl chloride 

Polyvinyl chloride-acetate copolymer 

All other polyvinyl chloride and copolymers 

Polyvinyl chloride -vlnylidene chloride copolymer- 
Polyvinyl formal— 

All other vinyl and vinyl copolymer resins 

All other nonbenzenoid plastics and resin materials' 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



117, 47^. 

242, 394, 520, 566, 624, 626, 649. 



474, 507, 566, 654. 

244, 512, 530, 602. 

290, 312, 417, 467, 474, 512, 520, 530, 602, 633, 
654, X, X. 

20, 33, 38, 44, 85, 128, 254, 333, 371, 334, 394, 
396, 459, 474, 499, 503, 507, 512, 520, 521, 527, 
530, 570, 572, 602, 607, 612, 626, 649, 654. 

5, 12, 38, 41, 74, 99, 128, 133, 137, 158, 210, 260, 
261, 265, 290, 358, 384, 394, 396, 403, 404, 459, 
499, 503, 520, 521, 527, 530, 560, 572, 602, 609, 
612, 626, 649,-654, 667. 

5, 16, 83, 86, 109, 117, 119, 133, 168, 233, 243, 
254, 312, 322, 384, 394, 474, 507, 520, 527, 530, 
593, 640, 649, 654. 

174, 474, 476, 571, 616, X. 

124, 221, 330, 353, 512. 

353, 512. 

117, 124, 240, 374, 443, 506, 512, 576, 621. 
210, 374, 386, 429, 506, 512, 615, 621. 
210. 
161, 667. 

46, 210, 394, 396, 521, 593, 612, 649, 654. 



74, 99, 137, 210, 261, 265, 394, 404, 520, 527, 530, 

572, 593, 597, 626, 649, 654. 
12, 46, 99, 133, 210, 265, 277, 290, 322, 394, 403, 

404, 503, 527, 612, 626, 649, 654, 667. 

133, 158, 312, 459, 507, 520, 530, 607, 609, 612, 

626, 640, X. 
181, 254, 489, 507, 626. 

6, 117, 258, 265, 349, 474, 512, 520, 521, 587, 602, 

626, 654, X. 
5, 6, 65, 68, 76, 86, 117, 136, 144, 158, 174, 202, 

210, 224, 227, 228, 251, 265, 312, 349, 352, 373, 

405, 431, 433, 446, 455, 474, 476, 481, 488, 507, 
512, 516, 520, 521, 524, 530, 548, 573, 602, 616, 
626, 633, 637, 640, 649, 654, 655, 669, X. 

29, 35, 47, 74, 92, 95, 158, 218, 290, 305, 329, 430, 
433, 481, 488, 510, 512, 521, 527, 546, 573, 583, 
602, 612, 615, 621, 633, 640, 649, 654, 674. 

430, 433, 512, 573. 

430, 512, 621. 

77, 104, 117, 122, 203, 240, 285, 297, 353, 408, 420, 

432, 567, 585, 589, 605, 675. 
117, 285, 353, 573, 589, 621. 
240, 353, 499, 567, 589, 667. 
240, 353. 
430, 626. 

305, 312, 404, 525. 
161, 242, 353, 395, 397, 404, 520, 573, 579, 602. 



I20 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 
Rubber-Processing Chemicals 



TABLE 17B.- 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Rubber-processing chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 



[ Rubber-processing ohemloals for whiph separate statistics are given in table 17A in pt. II are marked below with 
an asterisk (»); chemicals not so marked do not appear in table 17A because the reported data are accepted in con- 
fidence and may not be published. Manufactuiers ' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23] 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHaCCALS, CYCLIC 

»AcceleratorE : 
«Aldehyde -amines : 

Aoetaldehyde-aniline 

n-Butyraldehyde-aniline 

N,N'-Dibutyldithioadipamlde 

A, A '-Dithiodimorpholene 

a-Ethyl-P-propylacrylanilide 

Formaldehyde-p-toluidine (Methylene-p-toluidine) 

Heptaldehyde-aniline 

Triethyltrimethylenetriamlne 

p-Benzoqulnone dicxime 

Carbon disulfide - l,l'-methylenedipiperidine 

Dibenzoyl-p-quinonedioxime 

Dibenzylamine 

Di-N-pentamethylenethiuram tetrasulfide 

»Dithiocarbamic acid derivatives : 

Dibenzyldithiocarbntni c acid, sodium salt 

Dibenzyldithlocarbamio acid, zinc salt 

Dibutyldlthiocarbamio acid, N, N-dimethylcyclohexylamine 
salt. 

Dibutyldithlocarbamic acid, diphenylguanldine salt 

Dimethylethylene diphenyldithiocarbamic acid, lead salt 

Sj-i-Dlnitrophenyl dime thy Idithiocarbamate 

Plperidinecarbodlthioic acid, piperidinium-potassium 
salts. 
Guanidines : 

Dicatechol borate, di-o-tolylguanidine salt 

Diphenylguanldine 

Diphenylguanldine phthalate 

Dl-o-tolylguanidine 

1,2,3-Triphenylguanidine 

2-Imidazolina-2-thlol 

Poly-p-dlnitrosobenzene 

»Thiazole derivatives: 

2-Benzothlazyl-N, N-diethylthioearbamyl sulfide 

l,3-Bis(2-benzothiazolylmercaptomethyl)urea 

N-tert-Butyl-2-benzothlazolesulfenamide 

N-Cyclohexyl-2-benzothiazolesulfenamide 

N, N-Diisopropyl-2-benzothlazolesulfenamide 

*2,2'-Dithlobis(benzothiazole) 

»2-Jfercaptoben2othiaaole 

2-Meroaptobenzothiazole, sodium salt 

2-Meroaptobenzothiazole, zinc salt 

N-0xydiethylene-2-benzothla2olesulfenamide 

Thiazoline-2-thlol 

♦Antioxidants : 

Aldehyde- and acetone-amines: 

Acetaldehyde-aniline hydrochloride 

Aldol-a-naphthylamlne condensation 

Dipheuylamlne-acetone 

p-Phenetidlne-acetone 

Phenyl-2-naphthylamine-acetone 

•Amino and hydroxy compounds : 
»Amino compounds : 

p-Anllinophenol 

N-Cyclohexyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenedlamlne 

Dlarylarylene diamines, mixed 

N,N'-Dl(l-ethyl-3-methylpentyl)-p-phenylenedlamine 

l,2-Dlhydro-2,2,'i-trtmethylquinoline- 

p,p'-Dtmethoxydiphenylanilne 

N,N'-Di(l-methylheptyl)-p-phenylenedlamlne 



■^32. 

117, <i32, 512. 

512. 

117. 

173. 

612. 

432. 

432. 

512. 

117. 

432. 

432. 

512. 

432. 
432. 
117. 

173. 
173. 
432. 
512. 



512. 

474. 

117. 

474, 512. 

221. 

512. 

395, 512. 

631. 

117. 

117. 

117, 432, 474. 

474. 

117, 432, 474, 567. 

117, 432, 474, 567. 

117, 474, 567. 

432, 474, 567. 

474, 567. 

474. 



432. 
589. 

117, 432. 
117. 
432. 



5L2, 589. 

432. 

567. 

493, 577. 

589. 

512. 

493, 577. 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS 



121 



TABLE 17B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Rubber-processing chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958— Continued 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS, CYCLIC— Continued 

»Antibxidants — Continued 

*Aiilno and hydroxy compounds --Continued 
*Amlno compounds — Continued 

N, N'-Di-2-naphthyl-p-phenylenediamlne 

N, N'-Diphenylethylenediamine 

*N, N'-Dlphenyl-p-phenylenediamine 

N, N'-Diphenyl-l,3-propanediamine 

Di-o-tolylethylenediamine 

p-Isopropoxydiphenylamine 

N-Isopropyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenediamine 

4,4'-lfethylenedlaniline 

Octyldiphenylamine 

Octyldiphenylamine, alkylated 

N-Phenyl-1-naphthylamlne 

N-Phenyl-2-naphthylajiiine 

Tetramethyldiphenylethylenediajnlne 

p-(p-Toluenesulfonamido)diphenylamlne 

N-o-Tolyl-2-naphthylamine 

^fftrdroxy compounds : 

p-Benzyloxyphenol 

2, 5-Di(l,l-dimethyl -propyl )hydroquinone 

'i.'i'-Isopropylidenediphenol 

N-Lauroyl-p-aminophenol 

2,2'-Methylenebls(6-tert-butyl-p-oresol) 

2,2'-Methylenebis(6-tert-butyl-"4-ethylphenol)-- 

»Phenol, alkylated 

Phenol, styrenated 

N-Stearoyl-p-aminophenol 

2,2'-Thiobis('i,6-di-sec-amylphenol) 

<i,'4'-Thiobls(6-tert-butyl-m-cresol) 

»Blowlng agents and processing aids: 

N,N'-Dimethyl-N,N'-dinitrosoterephthalaniide 

Dinitrosopentamethylenetetramine 

p,p'-Oxybis(benzenesulfonhydrazide) 

Inhibitors, modifiers, and stabilizers: 

Dicresyl disulfide 

N-Nitrosodiphenylamine 

Nonyl phenyl phosphites, mixed 

"Peptizers: 

2-Benzamidothiophene, zinc salt 

2 ',2"'-Dithiobis(benzanilide) 

Dixylyl disulfides, mixed 

2- Naphthalene thiol 

Pentachlorobenzenethiol 

Pentachlorobenzenethiol, zinc salt 

Phenylhydrazine zinc chloride 

Xylenethiol 

Xylenethiol, zinc salt 

Tackifiers: 

p-tert-Anylphenol sulfide 

Aryl mercaptans 

Bis(iso-octylhydroxyphenylmethylene) 

RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 

"Accelerators : 

n-Butyraldehyde-butylamine 

Di-n-butylammonium oleate 

»Dithiocarbamic acid derivatives: 

Dibutyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt 

"Dibutyldlthiocarbamio acid, zinc salt 

Diethyldithiocarbamic acid, selenium salt 

Diethyldlthiocarbamic acid, sodium salt 

Diethyldithiocarbamic acid, tellurium salt 

"Diethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, bismate salt 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



589. 

173, 571. 

432, 512, 589. 

173. 

173. 

589. 

■432. 

432. 

432. 

589. 

512. 

512, 589. 

571. 

432. 

567. 

589. 

117. 

567. 

578. 

474. 

474. 

173, 392, 432, 567, 589. 

567, 589. 

678. 

117. 

117. 

512. 

512, 563. 
432. 

432. 

432, 567, 589. 

432. 

474. 

474. 

52, 512. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

512. 

631. 



512. 
512. 

417, 432, 512. 

195, 417, 432, 512, 567, 631. 

195. 

432, 631. 

195. 

195, 417, 432, 567, 631. 

195. 



122 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 17B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Rubber-processing chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list In table 23) 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHIMCALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

•Accelerators — Continued 

♦Dithiocarbamic acid derivatives--Continued 

Dimethyldlthlocarbamic acid, copper salt 

Dime thy Idithlooarbamic acid, dimethylamraonium salt — 

Dimethyldithioearbami e acid, lead salt 

»Dlmethyldithlocarbamic acid, potassium salt 

Dimethyldithiooarbamic acid, selenium salt 

»Diinethyldithiooarbamic acid, sodium salt 

Dimethyldlthlocarbamic acid, sodium salt and sodium 
polysulflde. 

All other 

»Thlurams : 

Bis(dlbutylthiocarbamoyl) sulfide 

Bis( die thy Ithiocarbamoyl) disulfide 

»Bls( dime thy Ithiocarbamoyl) disulfide 

Bis ( dime thylthiocarbamoyl) sulfide 

Xanthates and sulfides: 

Di-n-butylxantho disulfide 

Di-isopropylxantho disulfide 

Zinc dibutylxanthate 

All other acyclic accelerators: Polyoxyalkylenetetra- 
sulflde. 
•Blowing agents : 

l,l'-Azoblsformamide 

Urea-biuret mixture 

•Conditioning and lubricating agents: 

Methyl stearyl-10-sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Mano and dialkyl acid phosphates, mixed 

Mano and dinlkyl phosphate ammonium salts, mixed 

•Peptizers and modifiers: 

AUcyl mercaptans, mixed 

•Dodecyl mercaptans 

n-Octyl mercaptan 

Zinc laurate 



195. 

432. 

195. 

'432, 567, 631. 

195. 

195, All, 512, 567, 589, 602, 631, 659. 

408, 432, 589. 

631. 

432. 

432, 567, 631. 

117, 195, 252, 417, 432, 512, 567, 589, 631, 659. 

432, 512, 567. 



432. 
589. 
432. 
591. 



432, 563. 
521. 

512. 
512. 
512. 

386. 

386, 427, 432, 631. 

432. 

432. 



ELASTOMERS (SYNTHETIC RUBBERS) 



123 



Elastomers (Synthetic Rubbers) 

TABLE 18B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 

[Elastomers (synthetic rubbers) for which separate statistics are given in table 18A in pt. II are marked below with 
an asterisk' (»); products not so marked do not appear in table 18A because the reported data are accepted in con- 
fidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23. An X 
signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the desig- 
nated product] 



Product 


Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 


ELASTOMERS, CYCLIC 


129, 148, 15*, 218, 232, 2A8, 353, 386, 408, 432, 

502, 549, 567, 589. 
408, 432, 510, 512, 589. 
353, 386, 408, 432, 567. 

353, 589. 

154,' 567. 

353, 432, 567, 589. 

512. 

367, 477. 

591. 

210, 567. 

181, 254, 489. 

148, 477, 512, X, X. 


Polyure thane 

All other - — 

ELASTOMERS, ACYCLIC 


Pnn h t rH t 


. , ,. ^ ttA-\ + ^M+ \ 


»Polychloroprene type (Neoprene) 

»R)lylsobutylene-lsoprene type (Butyl) 




on pro uc o na ura ru er 


All other 



Plasticizers 

TABLE 19B — Synthetic organic chemicals: Plasticizers for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 

identified by manufacturer, 1958 

(Plasticizers for which separate statistics are given in table 19A are marked below with an asterisk (»); products 
not so marked do not appear in table 19A because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be pub- 
lished. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23. An X signifies that the manu- 
factiirer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the designated product] 



PLASTICIZERS, CYCLIC 

Camphor, synthetic 

N-Cyclohexyl-p-toluenesulfonamide 

Dlbenzyl sebacate 

Diethylene glycol dibenzoate 

Di-tert-octyl phenyl ether 

Diphenyl cyolohexane, o-, m-, p- 

Dipropanediol dibenzoate 

N-Ethyl-p-toluenesulfonamlde 

Isopropylidenediphenoxypropanol 

Naphthalene, alkylated 

^Phosphoric acid esters; 

•Cresyl diphenyl phosphate 

Diphenyl mono-o-xenyl phosphate 

Diphenyl octyl phosphate 

Tr 1 ( tert -butylphenyl ) phosphate 

»Tricresyl phosphate 

»Triphenyl phosphate 

*Phthallc anhydride esters : 

Butyl benzyl phthalate 

Butyl cyclohexyl phthalate 

Butyl decyl phthalate 

»Butyl octyl phthalate 

Butyl phthalyl butyl glycolate 

Dl(2-butoxyethyl) phthalate 

»Di butyl phthalate 

*Dioyclohexyl phthalate 

»Didecanoyl phthalate (Dlcapryl phthalate)- 
Dl ( ethylhexyl ) hexahydroph thai ate 

*Dlethyl phthalate — -- 

Di-n-hexyl phthalate 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



512. 










117. 










389. 










447. 










240. 










117. 










447, 


621. 








117. 










240. 










325. 










117, 


562, 


615. 






240. 










U7. 










240. 










117, 


324, 


562, 


615, 


644. 


117, 


240, 


595, 


615. 




117. 










626. 










297, 


369. 


562, 


626. 




11 V, 


562, 


577, 


621, 


626. 


117, 


510. 








291, 


324. 








117, 


185, 


218, 


324, 


371, 483, 512, 521, 533, 562, 563 


577, 612, 626. 




117, 
389, 


324, 

602, 


512, 
626. 


626. 




621. 










117, 


210, 


326, 


562, 


577. 


508. 











124 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 

TABLE 19B.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Plasticizers for which U.S. production or sales were reported, 
identified by manufacturer, i958— Continued 



PLASTICIZERS, CYCLIC— Continued 

»Phthalic anliydride esters — Continued 

«Diisodecyl phthalate 

«Di(2-methoxyethyl) phthalate 

»Diniethyl phthalate 

Dinonyl phthalate 

»Dioctyl phthalates: 

»Di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate 

»Diiso-octyl phthalate and mixtures 

Diphenyl phthalate 

Ethyl, and methyl phthalyl ethyl glycolate 

«Octyl decyl phthalate 

All other phthalic anhydride esters 

Tetrahydrofurfuryl oleate 

All other cyclic plasticizers 

PLASTICIZERS, ACYCLIC 

»Adipic acid esters: 

Di(2-butoxyethyl) adipate 

*Di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 

Diisobutyl adipate 

»Diisodecyl adipate 

«Diiso-octyl and dioctyl adipate 

*Octyl deoyl adipate 

All other adipic acid esters 

*Azelaic acid esters: 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) azelate 

All other azelaic acid esters 

Castor oil maleate 

Citric and acetylcitric acid esters 

Di(butoxyethoxyethoxy) methane 

»Dibutyl maleate 

Dibutyl tartrate 

Diiso-octyl diglycolate 

Glycerol diacetyl tartrate, mono- and diesters 

Glycerol tripropionate 

IsopjTopyl myristate 

Laurie acid esters 

*01eic acid esters: 

»Butyl oleate 

Glycerol trioleate 

Methyl oleate 

All other oleic acid esters 

^Palmitic acid esters: 

Iso-octyl palmitate 

All other palmitic acid esters 

»Phosphoric acid esters 

Polyethylene glycol di-2-ethylhexoate 

Ricinoleic and acetylricinoleic acid esters: 

n- Butyl acetylricinoleate 

Butyl ricinoleate 

"Glycerol monoricinoleate 

All other ricinoleic and acetylricinoleic acid esters 
»Sebacic acid esters: 

Dibutyl sebacate 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) sebacate 

All other sebacic acid esters 

•Stearic acid esters: 

Butyl epoxystearate 

»n- Butyl stearate 

Dimethylaramonium stearate 

2-Ethylhexyl stearate 

Glycerol tristearate (Tristearin) 

Methyl dichloro- and pentachlorostearates 

All other stearic acid esters 

*Triethylene glycol di(caprylate-caprate) 

Triethylene glycol di-2-ethylbutyrate 

Triethylene glycol di-2-ethylhexoate 

All other acyclic plasticizers 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



117, 185, 297, 324, 369, ^3, 562, 589, 621, 626. 

291, 32A, 512, 577. 

117, 326, 512, 562, 577, 626. 

483, 577. 

117, 185, 218, 297, 324, 369, 371, 483, 510, 512, 521, 

562, 563, 577, 589, 621, 626, 642. 

U7, 185, 203, 210, 297, 324, 369, 371, 483, 521, 562, 

577, 589, 612, 626. 
117. 
117. 

185, 203, 210, 297, 324, 369, 483, 562, 589, 626. 

185, 210, 324, 483, 512, 589, 621, 626. 
264, 617. 

117, 227, 362. 



324, 483, 512. 

297, 324, 369, 483, 562, 577, 612, 621. 

218, 324, 483. 

117, 185, 297, 324, 369, 483, 562, 589, 621, 626. 

117, 185, 203, 324, 369, 483, 510, 562, 577, 589, 602, 

626. 
117, 203, 210, 297, 324, 589. 
117, 185, 291, 577, 591, 602, 621, 646. 



291, 


483, 


521, 


577, 


617, 


646 


517, 


577, 


617, 


X. 






602. 












577, 


646. 










591. 












117, 


185, 


218. 








291, 


371. 










324, 


508. 










371. 












577. 












54. 












105, 


291, 


517. 









291, 324, 510, 517, 553. 

617, 636. 

105, 510, 617. 

185, 291, 324, 517, 602, 617, X. 

185, 291, 562, 646. 
105, 577. 
324, 577, 621. 
621. 

187, 483. 

187, 483. 

187, 264, 291, 510, 517, 579. 

187, 291, 483, 510. 

218, 369, 389, 483, 517, 577, 602. 
218, 369, 389, 483, 517, 602, 646. 
185, 483, 510, 602, 612, 646, X. 

185, 324. 

230, 264, 291, 324, 483, 487, 510, 553. 
602. 
324. 
636. 
427. 

203, 210, 264, 291, 324, 427, 483, 510. 
105, 185, 636. 
621. 
577. 

105, 185, 187, 203, 210, 291, 447, 483, 577, 602, 617, 
621, X. 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 
Surface-Active Agents 



125 



TABLE 20B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which U.S. production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 

Surfaoe-actlve agents for which separate statistics are given in table 20A are marked below with an asterisk (»); 
products not so marked do not appear in table 20A because the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not 
be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from table 23. An X signifies that the 
manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the designated product] 



Chemical 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, CYCLIC 

*Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated: 

Anhydrohexitol castor oil polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol dioleate 

Anhydrohexitol glycerol monolaurate 

Anhydrohexitol monolaurate 

Anhydrohexitol monolaurate polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol mono-oleate 

Anhydrohexitol mono-oleate polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol monopal ml tate 

Anhydrohexitol monopalmitate polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol monostearate 

Anhydrohexitol monostearate polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol tall oil ester 

Anhydrohexitol tall oil polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol tetrastearate 

Anhydrohexitol trioleate 

Anhydrohexitol trioleate polyethoxyethyl ether 

Anhydrohexitol trirlcinoleate 

Anhydrohexitol tristearate 

Anhydrohexitol tristearate polyethoxyethyl ether 

Diisobutylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

Dinonylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

Glucose polyethoxyethyl distearate 

Glucose polyethoxyethyl oleate 

Iso-octylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

»Nonylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

Pentylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

Phenoxy polyethoxyetheinol 

Tetradecylphenoxy polyethoxyethanol 

All other 

»Nitrogen- containing surface- active agents, nonsulfonated: 

Benzyldtmethylhydrogenated tallow ammonium chloride 

Benzyldimethyloctadecylammonium chloride 

Benzyldimethyloctyloramonium chloride 

*Benzyldodecyldimethylammonium chloride 

Benzy Ihexade cy Idime thy lamnionium chloride 

Benzyl(polyethoxyethylcoco) dimethylammonium chloride 

Benzy Itrime thy lammonium chloride 

Caproylethyl-5-hydroxycycloimidine, sodium ethylate, 
sodium ethionate. 

3, 4-Dichlorobenzyldodecyldimethy lammonium chloride 

(Dodecylbenzyl) diethyl! 2-hydroxyethyl) ammonium chloride- 

(Dodecylbenzyl)trlethy lammonium chloride 

(Dodecylbenzyl)trimethylammonium chloride 

Dodeoyl( dimethylbenzyl) dimethylammonium chloride 

2-Dodecylisoquinolinium bromide 

( Dodecylmethylbenzyl) trimethy lammonium chloride 

l-Dodecylpyridinium chloride 

( Ethoxybenzyl) diinethyl( octylphenoxy) ammonium chloride--- 

2-Heptadecenyl-l-hydroxyethyl-2- imidazoline 

2 - Heptadecy 1- 1- hydroxyethy 1-2 -Imidazoline 

1-Hexadecylpyridinium chloride 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-l,2-diphenylethylenediamine 

l-Hydroxyethyl-2-nony 1-2- imidazoline 

1- Hydroxyethy 1-2- tridecyli mi dazolium chloride 

1- Hydroxyethy 1-2-undecylimidazoline 

Lauroyl-5-ethoxycycloimldine, disodiiim ethionate 

Lauroylethyl-5-hydroxyoycloimidine, sodium ethylate, 

sodium ethionate. 
2-Lauroyloxyethylcarbamoyl-l-methylpyTidinium chloride-- 

Mixed fatty acid imidazolines 

Oleoyl Imidazoline 

Oxazcline, substituted 

Bosin aminopolyethoxyethanol 



453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
525, 
525. 
453. 
453. 
346, 
346, 
453. 
453, 
422, 
211, 



510, 525. 

453, 525, 602, 603, 618, 621, 652, 662, X. 

510, 525. 

662. 

397, 453, 504, 662, X. 



216. 

118. 

413, 640. 

453, 476, 602, 608, 640. 

225, 602, 608, 640. 

525. 

533, 671. 

112. 

225, 640. 

422. 

228, 371. 

371. 

640. 

640. 

602. 

427. 

602. 

616. 

453, 616. 

320. 

97. 

616. 

616. 

616. 

112. 

1U2. 

371. 
504. 
373. 
533. 
210, 453, 603, 662. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 20B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which U.S. production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



ManuTacturers ' identification nujnbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, CYCLIC— Continued 

*Nitrogen- containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated- 
Continued 

Rosin polyamidoimidazoline 

Stearoylethyl-5-hydroxycycloimidine, sodium ethylate, 
sodi-jm ethionate. 

Stearoyl imidazoline 

2-Stearoyloxyethylcarbamoyl-l-ethylpyridiniuni chloride- 

N- Xylene octadecanamide 

All other 

♦Sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface-active agents: 
*Alkyl benzenoid compounds, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Deoylbenzene sulfonic acid 

Didodeoylbenzenesulfonic acid 

♦Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid 



Dodecylbenzenesulfonlc acid, ammonium salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, butylammonium salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonlc acid, calcium saJ.t 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, cyclohexylamine salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, isopropylammonium salt- 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, potassium salt 

♦Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 



♦Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, triethanolamlne salt 

Dodecyltoluenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Nonylbenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Pentylbenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Tridecylbenzenesulfonic acid, ammonium salt 

Tridecylbenzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

All other 

♦Lignln derivatives, sulfonated: 

Lignosulfonlc acid, ammonium seilt 

♦Lignosulfonic acid, calcium salt 

Lignosulfonlc acid, magnesium salt 

Lignosulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

♦Naphthalene derivatives, sulfonated: 

Benzylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

♦Butylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

♦Dibutylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

♦Diisopropylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

Dipentylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

♦Isopropylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

Methylenedl(2-naphthalenesulfonic acid) 

Mixed aUcylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

Pentylnaphthalenesulfonic acid 

Tetrahydronaphthalenesulfonic acid 

♦All other sulfated and sulfonated cyclic surface-active 
agents: 

N-Alkylethylmorpholiniimi ethyl sulfate 

Benzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Buty Ihydroxybipheny Isulf oni c acid 

N-Cyolohexyl-N-palmitoyl taurine 

N-{Didodecylbenzyl)N-methyl taurine, sodium salt 

Methyloctadecyl-2-imidazolinesulfonlc acid 

Nonylphenoxy polyethoxyethyl sulfate 

n-Octylphenoxy polyethoxyethyl sulfate 

n-Octylphenoxy polyethoxyethyl sulfonate 

♦Petroleum sulfonic acid, water soluble type (acid 
layer), sodium salt. 

Toluene sulfonic acid, potassium salt 

♦Toluene sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Trichlorophenol sulfate, ethanolamine salt 

*Xylene sulfonic acid, sodium salt 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC 



♦Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated: 
♦Diethylene glycol monolaurate — 
♦Diethylene glycol mono-oleate — 



218, 


662. 






112. 








28. 








371. 








581. 








453, 


640, 


662. 




28, 


117, 


645, 


652. 


453, 


497. 






117, 


204, 


221, 


293, 371, 41A, 435, 462, 481, 497, 510, 


551, 581, 602, 613, 633, 652, 655. 


603. 








371. 








371. 


603, 


652, 


662. 


525. 








371, 


373, 


414, 


652, 662. 


414. 








75, 


95, 204, 220, 228, 286, 293, 296, 298, 393, 414, 


423, 435, 444, 473, 476, 548, 551, 553, 569, 571, 


581, 613, 633. 


286, 


296, 


371, 


414, 435, 44^, 473, 497, 551, 652, 662 


632. 








581. 








117. 








581. 








581. 








662. 








55. 








4, 200, 201, 219, 245. 


200. 








55, 


200, 


219, 


568. 


525. 








230, 


380 


616, 


655. 


220, 


251, 


373, 


525. 


218, 


512, 


525, 


581. 


X. 








221, 


352, 


380, 


510, 512, 571, 640. 


510, 


512. 






208, 


504, 


636. 




640. 








512. 








453. 








169. 








320, 


659. 






525. 








422. 








397. 








371, 


414 


462, 


525, 551, 652. 


602. 








602. 








123, 


479, 


485. 





209. 

209, 435, 497, 581, 652. 

525. 

209, 414, 435, 497, 581, 652. 



211, 234, 264, 291, 371, 481, 517, 579, 662. 
211, 291, 371, 510, 579, 617. 



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TABLE 20B.Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which U.S. production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, i55S --Continued 



SURFACE-ACTIYE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

»Esters and ethers, nonsulfonated — Continued 

»Diethirlene glycol monostearate 

methylene glycol tall oil ester 

Dihexitol polyethoxyethyl diglycolate 

Diisobutylene maleate 

Dlpolyethoxyethyl polyoxypropylene glycol ether 

^Ethylene glycol monostearate 

Glycerol dloleate 

Glycerol maleate mono-oleate 

Glycerol monococate 

Glycerol monoester of lard 

Glycerol monolaurate 

»Glycerol mono-oleate 

^Glycerol monostearate 

Hexltol polyethoxyethyl beeswax ester 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl dioleate 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl hexaoleate 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl hexa(tall oil) ester 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl lanolin ester 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl oleate 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl pentalaurate 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl penta(tall oil) ester 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl tetra( oleate, laurate) ester-- 

Hexitol polyethoxyethyl tetra(tall oil) ester 

Methoxy polyethoxyethyl coconut oil ester 

Polyethoxyethyl castor oil ester 

Polyethoxyethyl castor oil ether 

Polyethoxyethyl coconut oil ester 

Polyethoxyethyl decyl ethSr 

♦Polyethoxyethyl dilaurate 

♦Polyethoxyethyl dioleate 

Polyethoxyethyl distearate 

Polyethoxyethyl dodecyl ether 

Polyethoxyethyl tert-dodecyl thioether 

Polyethoxyethyl glycolate 

Polyethoxyethyl hexadecyl ether 

Polyethoxyethyl hydrogenated castor oil ether 

Polyethoxyethyl lanolin ether 

Polyethoxyethyl mixed fatty acid esters and ethers 

♦Polyethoxyethyl monolaurate 

♦Polyethoxyethyl mono-oleate 

Polyethoxyethyl monopalmitate 

Polyethoxyethyl monoriclnoleate 

♦Polyethoxyethyl monostearate 

Polyethoxyethyl ootadecyl ether 

♦Polyethoxyetl^l oleyl ether 

Polyethoxyethyl resin ester 

Polyethoxyethyl rosin ether 

Polyethoxyethyl tall oil ester 

♦Polyethoxyethyl tallow ester 

♦Polyethoxyethyl tridecyl ether 

Polyglycerol oleate 

1,2- Propanediol monococate 

♦1,2-Propanediol monolaurate 

1,2- Propanediol mono-oleate 

1,2-Propanediol monostearate 

1,2-Propanediol polyethoxyethyl stearate 

Propylpolyethoxyethyl polyoxypropylene glycol ether 

All other 

♦Nitrogen- containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated: 

Aliylamino polyethoxyethanol 

N-(Amlnoethyl)-N-(hydroxyethyl)cooonut oil amide 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



54, 95, 160, 228, 264, 291, 371, 423, 481, 510, 517, 

579, 637, 662. 
371, 510, X. 
453. 
602. 

569, 603, 662. 

54, 264, 291, 292, 517, 652, 662. 
291, 293. 
371, 510. 
423. 

579, 636, 662. 
291, 292, 517. 
162, 264, 291, 333, 453, 510, 517, 579, 617, 636, 

645, 652, 662. 
39, 54, 160, 228, 264, 286, 291, 329, 371, 393, 423, 

453, 510, 517, 579, 636, 645, 662. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 
453. 

291, 360, 640. 
371, 525, 616. 
453, 603, 662. 
371, 393, 510. 
453, 553. 

291, 360, 390, 517, 579, 616, 645, 662. 
103, 211, 291, 333, 481, 510, 517, 571, 579, 616, 

645. 
291, 481, 517, 579. 
453, 512, 525, 618. 
117, 631, 645. 
453. 
553. 
453. 
453. 

453, 504, 621. 
160, 189, 216, 264, 291, 292, 306, 390, 481, 503, 

508, 510, 517, 525, 579, 616, 636. 
162, 211, 216, 291, 306, 333, 390, 453, 481, 508, 

510, 517, 525, 553,- 571, 579, 616, 636, 640, 645. 
453, 636. 
291, 510. 
95, 160, 211, 216, 228, 252, 291, 292, 360, 371, 390, 

453, 484, 510, 517, 525, 579, 602, 616, 662. 
270, 453, 640. 
453, 510, 512, 525. 
453, 603, X. 
453. 

95, 117, 121, 216, 291, 371, 453, 510, 645, 662. 
97, 302, 390, 525. 

117, 346, 453, 525, 553, 618, 621, X. 
371. 
423. 

291, 423, 517. 
291, 517. 

264, 291, 371, 393, 423, 517, 662. 
453. 
453. 
662. 

510, 525, 618. 
390, 510, 636. 



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TABLE 20B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which U.S. production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, i95S --Continued 



SURFACE- ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

*Nltrogen- containing surface- active agents, nonsulfonated — 
Continued 
*N-(Aminoethyl)-N-(hydroxyethyl)octadecanainide 

N-(Aminoethyl)-N-(hydroxyethyl)oleamide 

N- ( Aminoethyl) - N- ( hydroxye thy 1) palm oil amide 

N, N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)bisoleamide 

N,N-Bis(2-l^rdroxyethyl)decanamide 

*N,N-BiE(2-hydroxyethyl)dodecanamlde 

*N, N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)ootadecanamide 

*N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)oleamide 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)tall oil amide 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) tallow amide 

N- Coconut oil- p- alanine 

»Coconut oil amide of bis(diethanolamine) 

«Coconut oil amide of mono(diethanolamine) 

»Cooonut oil amide of diethanolamine, neither bis nor 
mono. 

Coconut oil amide of diethylenetriamine 

Coconut oil amide of diisopropanolamine 

Coconut oil amide of isopropanolamine 

Coconut oil amide of monoethanolamine 

Coconut oil amine acetate 

Cocotrimethylaramonium chloride 

N-Cocoyl sarcosine, sodium salt 

Cottonseed oil mixed amines 

Decylbetaine 

Dicocodimethylammonlum chloride 

Dlhydrogenated tallow dimethylammonium chloride 

Dimethyldisoya-ammonium chloride 

Dodecyl, hexadecyl trimethylammonium chloride 

Dodecyltrimethylammonium chloride 

N,N-Ethylene bis-octadecanamide 

Ethylhexadecyldimethylammonium chloride 

Hexadecylbetaine 

Hexadecyltrimethylammoniujn bromide 

Hexadecyltrimethylammonium chloride 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)octadecanamide 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)oleamide 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)tetradecanamlde 

N-(2-Hydroxymethyl)octadeoanamide, trlethanolamine salt 

N-(2-Hydroxypropyl)dodecanaiiiide 

N-(2-Hydroxypropyl)oleamide 

N-(2-Hydroxypropyl)tetradecanamide 

N-Lauroyl-p-imlnodipropionic acid 

N-Lauroyl polypeptide 

N-Lauroyl sarcosine, sodium salt 

N-Octadeoyl-P-alanine, sodium salt 

Octadecyl amine acetate 

Octadecyltrimethylammonium chloride 

Octyl amine acetate 

Oleamide of diethylenetriamine 

Oleoylamino polyethoxyethanol 

Oleoylbiguanidine hydrochloride 

Oleoyl polypeptide 

N-Oleoyl sarcosine, sodium salt 

Polyethoxyethyl N-coco amine 

Polyethoxyethyl N-hydrogenated tallow amine 

Polyethoxyetl^l N-octadecyl amine 

Polyethoxyethyl N-soya amine 

Polyethoxyethyl soya diethylenetriamine, ammonium salt- 

Polyethoxyethyl N-tallow amine 

Polyethoxyethyl N-tallow trimethyldiaraine 

Polypeptide . 

Soyatrimethylammonium chloride 

«Stearamide of diethylenetriamine 

Stearamide of tetraethylenepentamine 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



95, 220, 228, 230, 251, 390, 476, 481, 510, 548, 552, 

553, 571, 581, 616, 640, 653. 
390, 510, 581, 613, 653. 
230. 
652. 
616. 

120, 393, 462, 510, 551, 662. 
95, 97, 189, 220, 328, 360, 373, 481, 510, 552, 581, 

616, 640, 652, X. 
220, 230, 264, 371, 510, 616, 652. 
645. 
393. 
330. 
32, 95, 141, 176, 189, 279, 373, 414, 424, 476, 481, 

510, 551, 571, 633, 662. 
54, 75, 97, 220, 228, 234, 292, 371, 393, 41A, 423, 

510, 548, 581, 616, 640, 645, 652, 653, 662. 
28, 120, 160, 286, 328, 360, 390, 462, 662, X. 

97, 510. 

X. 

216, 

97, 

216. 

216. 

616. 

330. 

512. 

216, 

216, 

216. 

512. 

216, 

510, 



414, 652. 
216, 220, 371, 393, 476, 548, 581, 662. 



330, 640. 
330, 640. 



330. 

581, 616. 
640. 



512. 






608. 






216. 






652. 






498, 


645. 




371. 






397. 






581, 


662. 




371-. 






581. 






330. 






376. 






423, 


616. 




X. 






216, 


474. 




216. 






216. 






453, 


662. 




216, 


453, 


525. 


525. 






376. 






525, 


616. 




216. 






216. 






216. 






216. 






525. 






216. 






216. 






376. 






216. 






476, 


481, 


571, 640, 653 


390, 


553, 


640. 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



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TABLE 20B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents far which U.S. production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958- -Continned 



SURFACE- ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

♦Nitrogen- containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated-- 
Continued 

l-Stearamido-l'-adipoamido diethylenetrlamine 

Stearoylamino polyethoxyethanol 

Stearoylblguanide hydrochloride 

Stearoyl-N-(2-hydroxyethyl)octadecanamide 

N-Stearoyl sarcosine, sodium salt 

Tallow amine acetate 

Tallow amine acetate, hydrogenated 

N- Tallow- [j-ami nodipropionic acid, sodium salt 

Tallow dlethanolamine acetate 

N, N, N ' , N '- Tetrald s ( hydroxyethy 1) ethylenediamine stearate- 
N,N, N',N'-Tetrakis hydroxyethyl ( polyoxyethy lene-polyoxy^ 
propylene) ethylenedi amine . 

Triethanolamine myristate 

»Triethanolamine oleate 

Triethanolamine stearate 

Trimethyl hydrogenated tallow ammonium chloride 

Trimethyl tallow ammonium chloride 

All other 

♦Phosphorus- containing surface-active agents, nonsulfonated; 

Alkyl phosphates, diethanolamine salt 

2-Ethylhexyl phosphate, sodium salt 

Hexyl polyphosphate, potassium salt 

Mixed alkyl polyphosphates 

Mixed mono- and dialkyl acid phosphates 

Oolyl polyphosphate, potassium salt 

Octyl polyphosphate, sodium salt 

Oleyl phosphate 

All other 

*Salts of fatty acids, nonsulfonated: 

♦Coconut oil, potassium salt 

Com oil, potassium salt 

Corn oil, sodium salt 

Olive oil, sodium salt 

Peanut oil, potassium salt 

Potassium laurate 

♦Potassium oleate 

Potassium reslnate 

Potassium stearate 

♦Potassium tallate 

Sodium laurate 

Sodixmi oleate 

Sodium resinate 

♦Sodium stearate 

Sodium tallate 

Soybean oil, potassium salt 

Tallow, potassium salt 

♦Tallow, sodium salt 

♦Sulfated and sulfonated acyclic surface-active agents 
(anionic) : 
♦Acids, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Acetyloleic acid, sulfonated 

♦Oleic acid, sulfonated (Sulfonated red oil) 

Rlcinoleic acid, sulfonated 

♦Alcohols, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Decyl sulfate 

Decyl sulfate, triethanolamine salt 

3,9-Diethyl-6-tridecyl sulfate 

Dodecyl, octadecenyl sulfate 

Dodecyl sulfate, 2-amino-2-methylpropanol salt 

♦Dodecyl sulfate, ammonium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, diethanolamine salt 

Dodecyl siafate, N,N-diethylcyclohexylamine salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, monoethanolamine salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, monoisopropanolamine salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, potassium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, sodium salt 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



97. 

453, 525. 

525. 

371. 

525, 616. 

216, 330. 

216. 

330. 

393. 

553. 

569, 603. 

391. 

211, 391, «4, 481, 503, 510, 571. 

211. 

216. 

216. 

11, 345, 393, 397, 504, 525, 553, 603, 637, X. 

512. 

621. 

390, 449. 

449. 

512. 

390. 

449. 

512. 

474. 

134, 251, 255, 286, 393. 

255. 

286. 

286, 373. 

123. 

189, 510, 636. 

95, 103, 134, 229, 251, 255, 417, 481, 510, 604, 645, 

X. 
390. 

390, 481. 

8, 134, 141, 160, 189, 234, 286, 481, 645. 
476, 510. 

32, 286, 371, 476, 481, 510, 604. 
220. 

293, 371, 510, 627, 637. 
189, 390, 481, 510. 
134, 255, 636. 
481. 
8, 286, 481, 510, 636. 



28, 32, 63, 123, 145, 228, 234, 286, 296, 352, 390, 
416, 474, 481, 510, 522, 525, 553, 571, 604, 632, 
636. 

510, 614, 636. 

512, 640, 662. 
512. 

621. 
512. 
512. 

270, 414, 640, 652, 662. 
414, 512, 640, 652, 662. 
512. 

306, 662. 
120, 662. 
393. 

118, 270, 393, 413, 414, 462, 512, 515, 551, 640, 
652, 653, 662. 



I30 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



TABLE 20B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Surface-active agents for which U.S. production or sales were 
reported, identified by manufacturer, I95S --Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



SURFACE- ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

^Sulfated and sulfonated acyclic surface- active agents 
(anionic )--Continued 
♦Alcohols, sulfated and sulfonated — Continued 

*Dodecyl sulfate, trlethanolamine salt 

2-Ethylhexyl sulfate 

7-Ethyl-2-methyl-'i-undeoyl sulfate 

Hexadecyl, octadecenyl sulfate 

Hexadecyl sulfate 

Octadecyl sulfate 

Octadecyl sulfate, trlethanolamine salt 

Octyl sulfate, sodium salt 

All other 

»Esters and ethers, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Bis-sulfosuccinate ester of tallow monoglyceride 

Bis(tridecyl)sulfosucclnate, sodium salt 

Butyl ethylene glycol sulfo-oleate 

n- Butyl sulfo-oleate 

n- Butyl sulforicinoleate 

Coconut oil isethionate, sodium salt 

Didecanoyl sulfosuccinate, sodium salt 

Di(2-ethylhexyl)sulfosuccinate 

Dihexyl sulfosuccinate 

Di-isodecyl sulfosuccinate 

Dipentyl sulfosuccinate, sodium salt 

Dodecyl sulfoacetate 

Ethyl, butyl sulfoaconitate, sodium salt 

Ethylene glycol monocaproyl ether, sulfated 

Glycerol mono( coconut oil) ester, sulfated, ammonium 

salt. 
Glycerol mono( coconut oil) ester, sulfated, sodixim salt- 

Glyoerol monostearate sulfoacetate 

Glycerol tri( sulfo-oleate) 

*Isopropyl sulfo-oleate 

Lauroyl-2-hydroxy-l-propane sulfonic acid 

Methyl, ethyl, propyl sulfo-oleate 

Methyl sulfo-oleate 

m-Octadecyl-n-disodiumsuccino disodium sulfosuccinate — 

Oleoyl isethionate 

Polyethoxyethyl decyl sulfate 

Polyethoxyethyl dodecyl sulfate, sodium salt 

Polyethoxyethyl dodecyl sulfate, trlethanolamine salt-- 

Polyethoxyethyl hexyl sulfate, sodium salt 

Polyethoxyethyl octadecyl sulfate 

Polyethoxyethyl tridecyl sulfate, sodium salt 

*n- Propyl sulfo-oleate 

*Nitrogen- containing surface-active agents, sulfated and 
sulfonated: 
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) neat's- foot oil amide, sulfated, 
ammonium salt. 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)octadecanamide, sulfated 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)oleamide 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl) tallow sulfosuccinamide 

Lauroylsulfoacetoethanolamide, potassium salt 

*N-Methyl-N-61eoyl taurine 

N- Methyl- N-palml toy 1 taurine 

N-Methyl-N- tallow taurine 

N-(Kyristoylethyl) sulfosuccinamide 

N-Octadecylsulfosuccinamide, disodium salt 

N-(OleoyliEopropyl) sulfosuccinamide 

All other 

♦Oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and sulfonated: 
Animal fats and oils, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Grease, other than wool, sulfonated 

Lard oil, sulfonated 



118, 270, 393, AW, 462, 512, 551, (AO, 652, 662. 

270, 621, 662. 

621. 

380. 

270, 512. 

75, 270, 393, 512, 640. 

512. 

512. 

662. 



474. 

474. 

251. 

95, 

483. 

293, 

602. 

75, 

176, 

160. 

474. 

221. 



228, 553, 640. 

525. 

160, 176, 220, 228, 390, 474, 481, 552, 553, 616. 
474. 



95. 

390. 

423. 

423. 

371. 

32, 

32, 

413, 

510. 

553. 

474. 

525. 

371. 

270, 

393. 

X. 

512. 

453, 

189, 



230, 481, 553, 571. 
286, 328, 352, 390, 481, 548, 553. 
525. 



525. 
474, 617, 645. 



95, 



481, 640. 
390, 548, 640. 
220, 476, 481. 



571. 
230, 
230. 
371. 
174, 
525. 
293. 
371. 
474. 
371. 
512, 



220, 373, 476, 525, 548, 571, 633. 



602, X, X. 



160, 416, 510. 

62, 97, 174, 373, 498, 645. 



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131 



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reported, identified by manufacturer, i958--Continued 



SURFACE- ACTIVE AGENTS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

*Oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and sulfonated — Continued 
Animal fats and oils, sulfated and sulfonated — Continued 
»Neat's-foot oil, sulfonated 

»Tallow, sulfonated 

Fish and marine-animal oils, sulfated and sulfonated: 
»Cod oil, sulfonated 

Herring oil, sulfonated 

Menhaden oil, sulfonated 

Mixed fish oils, sulfonated 

»Spenii oil, sulfonated 

Whale oil, sulfonated 

Vegetable oils, sulfated and sulfonated: 
«Castor oil, sulfonated 

»Cooonut oil, sulfonated 

Corn oil, sulfonated 

Cottonseed oil, sulfonated 

Linseed oil, sulfonated 

Mustard-seed oil, sulfonated 

Olive oil, sulfonated 

*Peanut oil, sulfonated 

Rapeseed oil, sulfonated 

»Rioe-bran oil, siilfonated 

^Soybean oil, sulfonated 

All other oils, fats, and waxes, sulfated and sulfonated: 

Oleostearine, sulfonated 

»Tall oil, sulfonated 

All other 

All other acyclic surface-active agents: 

Mixed alkane sulfonic acid, sodium salt 

All other 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



63, 97, 98, 134, 145, 228, 234, 286, 416, 428, 498, 

510, 614, 636. 

11, 63, 95, 123, 139, 145, 160, 174, 207, 220, 228, 

230, 286, 302, 316, 352, 373, 390, 428, 474, 481, 

510, 548, 553, 571, 632, 636, 640, 645. 

62, 63, 134, 145, 251, 416, 428, 498, 571, 6U, 636, 

645. 
510, 636. 
636. 
28, 95, 98, 510. 

62, 63, 98, 123, 134, 1A5, 234, 251, 416, 428, 481, 
498, 510, 522, 548, 571, 601, 604, 614, 636, 640, 
645, 657. 

657. 

28, 32, 63, 82, 95, 97, 98, 123, 134, 139, 143, 145, 
160, 174, 189, 220, 228, 230, 234, 251, 286, 316, 
352, 373, 390, 416, 428, 474, 498, 510, 512, 522, 
525, 548, 553, 571, 581, 601, 604, 614, 636, 640, 
645, 657. 

98, 228, 286, 416, 428, 474, 510, 601, 604. 

510. 

510. 

63. 

63, 286, 510. 
571. 

63, 123, 143, 230, 234, 302, 316, 474, 510, 601, 632. 

234, 510. 

286, 316, 481, 510, 548, 571, 645, 657. 

63, 234, 428, 522, 548, 614, 640. 

416. 

97, 416, 474, 481, 553, 571. 

498. 



512. 
544. 



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Pesticides and Other Organic Agricultural Chemicals 



TABLE 21B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which U.S. 
production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 



[Pesticides arid other organic agricultural chemicals for which separate statistics are given in table 21A are marked 
below with an asterisk (») ; products not so marked do not appear in table 21A because the reported data are ac- 
cepted in confidence and may not be published. Manufacturers' identification numbers shown below are taken from 
table 23. 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 23) 



PiSTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICALS, CYCLIC 

^Fungicides: 

Cadmium anilino dilactate 

Captan (N-Trichloromethylthio-4-cyclohexene-l, 2- 
dicarboximide) . 

Chloranil (Tetraohloro-p-quinone) 

5-Chloro-2-mercaptobenzothiazole, laurylpyridiun! salt 

Dlchlone ( 2, 3-Dichloro-l, ^-naphthoquinone) 

3,5-Dimethyltetrahydro-2H,l,3,5-thiadlazine-2-thione 

Glyodin (2-Heptadecyl-2-imidazoline acetate) 

2-Mercaptobenzothiazole, monoethanolamine salt 

»Mercury fungicides: 

2-Chloro-^-(hydroxymercuri)phenol 

N-(Ethylmercuri)-p-toluenesulfonanHide 

1, -i, 5, 6, 7, 7-Hexachloro-N- ( ethylmereuri) -5-norbomene- 
2,3-dicarboximide (Emml). 

'i-(Hydroxymercuri)-2-nitrophenol 

8-(Methylmerourloxy)quinoline 

N-Phenylmercuriform amide 

Phenylmercury ammonium acetate 

Phenylmercury carbonate 

Phenylmercury hydroxide 

Phenylmercury lactate 

Phenylmercury naphthenate 

♦Phenylmercury oleate 

Phenylmercury propionate . 

Tris(2-hydroxyethyl) (phenylmercuri)afflmonlum acetate 

2-(l-Methylheptyl)-4., 6-dinitrophenyl crotonate 
(Karathane) . 

*Naphthenic acid, copper salt 

«-Pentachlorophenol 

Pentachlorophenol, sodium salt 

a-Phenyl-p-cresol (p-Benzylphenol) 

8-Quinolinol (8-Hydroxyquinoline), copper salt 

2,3,'4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 

Trichloromethylthlophthalimide 

»2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 

2,<i,5-Trichlorophenol, ethanolamine salt 

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol, sodiiim salt 

2,4.,6-Trichlorophenol 

2,'4,6-Trichlorophenol, potassium salt 

»HerlDicides : 

l-n-Butyl-3-(3,'i-dichlorophenyl)-l-methylurea--- 

2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 

2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol, triethanolamine salt 

3-(p-Chlorophenyl)-l,i-dimethylurea (CMU) 

3-(p-Chlorophenyl)-l,l-dimethylurea-triohloroaoetate 

3-(3,4-Dichlorophenyl)-l, 1-dimethylurea 

l_,2-Dihydro-3,6-pyrldazinedione (Maleic hydrazide) 

l,l-Dlmethyl-3-phenylurea 

4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol (DNOC) 

4, 6-Dinitro-o-cresol, sodium salt (Sinox) 

Gibberellic acid 

Isopropyl carbanilate (Isopropyl N-phenylcarbamate) 

(IPC). 
Isopropyl -3-chlorocarbanilate (Isopropyl N-(3-chloro- 
phenyl )oarbamate ) (CIPC). 

1-Naphthaleneacetamide 

»1-Naphthaleneacetic acid 

»l-Naphthaleneaoetic acid, methyl ester 



671. 










271. 










432. 










195. 










280, 


432. 








252. 










621. 










195. 










512. 










512. 










659. 










512. 










411. 










411, 


620, 


671. 






671. 










671. 










348, 


411. 








671. 










411. 










284, 


411, 


426, 


512, 


671. 


411. 










671. 










602. 










45, 


229, 


241, 


299, 


371, 426, 503, 508, 661, X 


117, 


240, 


561, 


654 




117, 


240. 








117. 










411, 


426, 


586 






240. 










271. 










240, 


285, 


346, 


427 


673. 


240, 


525. 








117, 


240. 








240. 










252, 


285. 








512. 










240. 










53. 










512. 










635. 










512. 










432. 










5L2. 










53. 










53. 










451, 


629 








257, 


520 








257, 


520 








96. 










96, 


289, 


673. 






96, 


289, 


673. 







PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 



133 



TABLE 21B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which U.S. 
production or sales were reported,..idi?ntified by manufacturer, iS58-- Continued 



Manaf acturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICAI5, CYCLIC— Continued 

♦Herbicides — Continued 

1-Naphthaleneacetlo acid, sodium salt 

2-Naphthyloxyacetlc acid 

2-Naphthyloxyacetic acid, sodium salt 

N-1-Naphthylphthalamic acid 

7-Oxabicyclo^2.2.111ieptane-2,3-dioarboxylic acid, disodium 

salt (Endothal). 
Phenoxyacetlc acid derivatives: 

(A-ChlOro-o-tolyloxy) acetic acid 

»(2,'i-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid (2,'i-D) 

»(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)aoetic acid, dimethylamine salt 

»(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid esters: 

(2,'V-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, butoxyethoxypropyl 

ester. 
(2, A-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, 2-butoxyethyl ester- 
( 2, i-Dlchlorophenoxy) acetic acid, butoxypolypropyl- 
eneglycol ester. 

*(2,'4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, n-butyl ester 

(2,<i-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, sec-butyl ester 

( 2, ■i-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, ethyl ester 

(2, 4-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester — 

»(2,'4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, iso-octyl ester 

*( 2, 4-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, isopropyl ester 

(2, 4-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, tetrahydrofurfuryl 
ester. 
(2,'4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, isopropanolamine salt- 

( 2, 'i-Dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, sodium salt 

*(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid (2,'i,5-T) 

*(2,'i,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid esters: 

(2,'i,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, butoxyethoxy- 
propyl ester. 
(2,'i,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, 2-butoxyethyl 

ester. 
(2,4-,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, butoxypolypropyl- 
eneglycol ester. 

»(2,'4,5-TrichlorophBnoxy)acetic acid, n-butyl ester 

»(2, 4, 5-Trichlorophenoxy) acetic acid, iso-octyl ester — 
(2,'i,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, isopropyl ester — 

(2,'»,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, pentyl ester 

(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy)acetic acid, tetrahydro- 
furfuryl ester. 

♦Phenylmercury acetate (PMA) 

N-Tolylph thalamic acid 

(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy)propionic acid 

♦Insecticides: 

Allethrin (Allyl homolog of Cinerin I) 

Benzyl thiocyanate 

♦Chlorinated insecticides: 

Aldrin (Hexachloro-hexahydro-endo, exo-dimethanonaph- 
thalene ) . 

l,l-Bis(p-chlorophenyl)-2-nitrobutane 

l,l-Bis(p-chlorophenyl)-2-nitropropane 

2- (p-tert-Butylphenoxy ) -l-methylethyl-2-ohloroethyl 
sulfite (Aramite). 

Chlordan (Octachloro-tetrahydro-methanoindan) 

Chlorinated mixed terpenes (Strobane) 

p-Chlorophenyl p-chlorobenzenesulfonate 

S-(p-Chlorophenylthio)methyl 0,0-diethylphosphorodi- 
thioate. 

A,'i'-Dichlorobenzilic acid 

l,l-Dichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl) ethane (DDD) 

l,l-Dichloro-2,2-bis(p-ethylphenyl) ethane 

0-(2,^-Dichlorophenyl) 0,0-diethylphosphorothioate 

"ij-i'-Diohloro-a-ftrichloromethyljbenzhydrol 

Dieldrin (Hexachloro-epoxy-octahydro-endo, exo-di- 

methanonaphthalene ). 
Endrin (Hexachloro-epoxy-octaliydro-endo, endo-dimethano- 
naphthalene ) . 



96, -iS-i. 

454. 

454. 

432. 

631. 



240. 
117, 



240, 285, 482, 561, 673. 
103, 249, 482, 673. 



117, 249, 285. 

X. 
240. 

96, 117, 240, 249, 285, 482, 673. 

117. 

96. 

285. 

96, 

96, 

103. 



117, 240, 249, 482, 673. 
103, 117, 240, 249, 285, 482. 



117. 
240. 
117, 



240, 285, 482, 673. 
285. 



117 

96, 

117, 

249. 

103. 

252, 
432. 
240, 

372. 
427. 



533. 
533. 
432. 

547. 
589. 
240, 
280. 

616. 
602, 
602. 
170. 
602. 
502. 



240, 249, 285, 482. 
117, 240, 249, 285, 482, 673. 
285. 



284, 348, 411, 671. 
454. 



134 



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TABLE 21B. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which U.S. 
production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, i958 --Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICAI5, CYCLIC— Continued 

•Insecticides — Continued 

•Chlorinated insecticides — Continued 

Heptachlor (Heptachloro-tetrahydromethanoindene) 

»Hexaohlorocyclohexane (Benzene hexachloride) 

•Lindane 

Toxaphene (Chlorinated camphene) 

*l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2-bis(p-ohlorophenyl)ethane (DDT) 

l,l,l-Triohloro-2,2-bis(p-methoxyphenyl) ethane (Methoxy- 
ohlor) . 

2-Cyclcihexyl-'i,6-dinitrophenol 

0,0-Diethyl 0-(2-isopropyl-4-methyl-6-pyTimidinyl)phos- 
phorothioate. 

N,N-Diethyltolu amide 

•0,0-Dimethyl 0-(p-nitrophenyl)phosphorothioate (Methyl 
parathion) . 
0,0-Dimethyl S- ("4-0X0-1,2, 3-benzotriazin-3(4H)-ylmethyl)- 
phosphorodithioate . 
•Parathion (0,0-Diethyl O-(p-nitrophenyl)phosphorothioate)- 

Thanite (Isobomyl thiocyanatoacetate) 

•Rodenticides: 

2-Diphenylacetyl-l,3-indandione 

2-Pivaloyl-l,3-indandione 

Warfarin (3-(Aoetonylbenzyl)-'4-hydroxycoumarin) 

PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICAI^, ACYCLIC 

•Fungicides: 

Bis-l,<i-bromoacetoxy-butene-2 

Cadmium succinate 

Calcium undecenoate (Calcium hendecenoate) 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, ferric salt (Ferbam) 

Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt.-"^ 

•Dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt (Ziram) 

Disodium cyanodithiolmidooarbonate 

Ethylene bis(dithiooarbamic acid), diammonium salt 

Ethylene bis(dithiocarbamlc acid), disodium salt (Nabam)- 
Ethylene bis(dithiooarbamic acid), manganese salt (Manzate) 

Ethylene bis(dithiocarbamlc acid), zinc salt (Zineb) 

3-Ethyl-(mercurithio)-l,2-propanediol 

Ethylmercury acetate 

Ethylmercury chloride 

Ethylmercury phosphate 

Hydroxyethylmercury acetate 

2-Methoxyethylmercury acetate 

Methylmercury nitrile 

Sodium undecenoate (Sodium hendecenoate) 

Zinc undecenoate (Zinc hendecenoate) 

•Herbicides : 

Butyl phosphorotrithioate 

Butyl phosphorotrithioite 

2-Chloroallyl diethyldithiocarbamate 

N,N-Diallyl-2-ohloroacetamide 

2,2-Diohloropropionlc acid, sodium salt 

Diethyl dithiobis(thionoformate) 

Dodecylaramonlummethyl arsonate 

Ethyl N,N-di-n-propylthiocarbamate 

Hexachloroacetone 

•Methanearsonic acid, disodium salt 

Octylammoniummethyl arsonate 

Trichloroacetic acid, sodium salt (TCA) 

•Insecticides: 

2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethyl thiocyanate 

0,0-Diethyl 0-[2-(e't-hylthio)ethyl]phosphorothioate 

0,0-Diethyl S-[2-(ethylthio)ethyl]phosphorothioate 

0,0-Diethyl S-(ethylthio)methylphosphorodithioate 

Diethyl phosphorochloridothionate 

0,0-Dimethyl 0-(2-methoxyoarbonyl)isopropenylphosphate-- 



547. 










280, 


285, 


427, 


520, 


561, 63 


427. 










210. 










183, 


285, 


346, 


464, 


542, 61 


512. 










240. 










616. 










382. 










117, 


449, 


502, 


547, 


X. 


X. 










117, 


369, 


468, 


474, 


547, X 


210, 


303. 








209. 










125. 










385, 


451. 









620. 
627. 
450. 
348, 512, 659. 



348, 
284. 
659. 



417, 432, 512, 567, 631, 659. 



512, 659, X. 
, 602. 
512, X. 

512. 
512. 



512. 
411, 
411, 
512. 
348. 
348. 
348. 
454. 
450, 



170. 

117. 

117. 

240. 

117, 659. 

620. 

280. 

635. 

127, 252, 620. 

620. 

240. 

602. 

X. 

X. 

474. 
449. 
502. 



See footnote at end of table. 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS 



135 



TABLE 21B. --Sj7i//je/tc organic chemicals: Pesticides and other organic agricultural chemicals for which U.S. 
production or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, i958- -Continued 



Manufacturers' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



PESTICIDES AND OTHER ORGANIC AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICAIS, ACYCLIC--Continued 

•Insecticides — Continued 

Dimethyl phosphoroohloridothionate 

Ethyl pyrophosphate (Tetraethylpyrophosphate) (TEPP) 

Malathlon (S-(l,2-Bis(ethoxycarbonyl)ethyl) 0,0-diniethyl 
phosphorodithioate) . 

Met aldehyde 

Octamethylpyrophosphoramide (OMPA) 

2-Thiocyanatoethyl laurate 

»Rodenticldes: Sodium f luoroaoetate 

»Soil conditioners: Polyacrylonitrile, hydrolyzed, sodium 
salt. 

»Soil fiimigants: 

»Bromomethane (Methyl bromide) 

Chloropicrin 

l,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 

1,2-Dichloropropane 

1,3-Dichloropropane 

1,3-Dichloropropene 

N-Methyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt 



449. 






^5, 


103, 


468. 


474. 






533. 






117. 






602. 






659. 






474. 






240 


464 


468, 562 


9A, 


240. 




240 


502 




502 






240 






502 






88, 


280, 


512. 



"• Manufacturers' identification numbers for dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt are given in table 17B. 
Statistics are shown in table 17A. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 
Miscellaneous Synthetic Organic Chemicals 



TABLE 22B.- 



- Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were rep&rted, identified by manufacturer, 1958 



^Miscellaneous chemicals for which separate statistics are given In table 22A in p"t. II are marked below with an 
asterisk (»); chemicals not so marked do not appear in table 22A because the reported data are accepted in confi- 
dence and may not be published ^ Jilarmf acturers ' identification numbers shown belov; are taken from table 23. An X 
signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification number with the desig- 
nated product] 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI5, CYCLIC 

3-(2-Aminoethyl)-2-thiohydantoin 

Benzoic acid salts: 

Aluminum benzoate 

Calcium benzoate 

»Sodium benzoate, tech 

»30dium benzoate, U.S.P 

Benzoin oxime 

p-Benzoquinone (p-ftilnone) 

Benzothiazole 

Benzoyl peroxide 

Benzoylresorcinol 

Benzyl p-methoxycinnamate 

Biological stains 

Bis(2,4-diohloroben2oyl) peroxide 

1,<4-Bis[ 2- (5-phenyloxazolyl)] benzene 

Boron fluoride-phenol complex 

a-[2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethoxy]'-'4,5-methylenedioxy-2-propyl- 
toluene (Piperonyl butoxide). 

2 (and 3)-tert-Butyl-4-methoxyphenol 

tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate 

"i-tert-Butylpyrocatechol 

Camphene 

Centralite-1 (N,N '-Diethyl-N,N'-diphenylurea) 

Chemical indicators 

Chemical reagents 

5-Chloro- a,a-bis[3,5-dichloro-2-hydroxyphenol] -o-tolueue- 
sulfonic acid. 

Chlorophyllin, sodium-potassium-oopper 

Cholesterol 

Cumene hydroperoxide 

Cupferron 

Cyclohexanone peroxide 

Cyclohexene 

Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboxylic acid (Tetrahydrophthalic 
acid), disubstituted, polyester salts: 

Barium salt 

Barium cadmium salt . 

Cadmium salt 

N-Cyclohexyltaurine, sodium salt 

Cyclopentyl bromide 

Cyclopentylpropionlc acid 

^Cyclopropane 

Decahydronaphthalene (Decalin) 

Decyl diphenyl phosphite 

n-Decylgallophenone 

Dlazodinitrophenol 

l,3-Dibroiiio-5,5-dimethylhydantoin 

2,5-Di-n-butoxyanillne (Aminohydroquinone, dibutyl ether) — 
»2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol: 

*Food grade 

*Tech . 

2,5-Di-tert-butyIhydroquinone 

l,3-Dichloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin 

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol-2,'4-dichloro- 
phenyl ether) . 

Dicyclohexylaramonium nitrite 

Dldecyl phenyl phosphite 

2,2'-Dihydroxy-<i,<i'-dimethoxybenzophenone 

3,5-Diiodosalicylic acid 

Diisopropylbenzene 

p-Dimethoxybenzene (Dimethyl ether of hydroquinone) 

A,4-Dinitrocarbanilide-4,6-dimethyl-2-pyrimidinol 

Dioxane (1,'4-Diethylene oxide) 



372. 

525. 

471. 

471. 

117, 427, 447, 471. 

595. 

299, 577. 

474. 

102, 318. 

525. 

366. 

221, 268. 

102. 

196. 

635. 

257. 

493, 577. 

318. 

240. 

210, 512, 649. 

413, 631. 

182, 221, 268, 595. 

182, 221, 268, 595, 635. 

525. 

340. 
545. 
210. 
196. 
318. 
595. 



483. 

483. 

483. 

525. 

196. 

196. 

153, 184, 278, 627. 

512. 

676. 

196. 

210. 

196, 579. 

577. 

210, 349, 502, 540, 577. 

210, 349, 474, 493, 502, 540, 577. 

577. 

579. 

621. 

346. 

676. 

525. 

400. 

210. 

320, 577. 

X. 

621. 



MISCELLANEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



137 



TABLE 22B.- 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI5, CYCLIC- -Continued 

Diphenyl hydrogen phosphite 

Diphenyloxazole 

Diphenylpentaerythritol diphosphite 

l,2-Epoxy-3-phenoxypropane (Glycidyl phenyl ether) 

6-Ethoxy-m-anol (Propenylmethylguaethol) 

2-EthyIhexyI octylphenyl phosphite 

Ethyl hydrocaffeate 

Ethyl p-methoxycinnamate 

"i-Ethylmorpholine 

Ethyl 2-phenylbutyrate 

Fenohone 

»F lot at ion reagents: 

Dicresylphosphorodithioic acid (Dicresylthiophosphoric 
acid) . 

Dicresylphosphorodithioic acid, aramonium salt 

Dicresylphosphorodithioic acid, sodium salt 

2,2 '-Dimethylthiooarbanilide (Di-o-tolylthiourea) 

Rosin amines 

Thiocarbanilide (Diphenylthiourea) 

Furan derivatives: 

2-Furaldehyde (Furfural) 

2-Furoic acid 

Tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol 

Gallic acid, tech 

»Gasoline additives: 

p-Butylamlnophenol 

2,6-Di-tert-butylphenol 

»N,N '-Di-sec-butyl-p-phenylenediamine 

N,N '-Disalicylidene-l,2-propanediamine 

All other 

Glyceryl p-aminobenzoate 

»Hexamethylenetetramine, tech 

2-Hydroxy-A-methoxybenzophenone 

Hydroxymethyldimethylhydantoin 

2-Imidazolidlnethione (l,3-Ethylene-2-thiourea) 

Isopropylcresols 

Ligninsulfonic acid-iron complex 

»Lubricating oil additives: 

Chlorosulfurized and sulfurized compounds: 

Alicyclic compounds, sulfurized 

Heterocyclic compounds, sulfurized 

Tall oil esters, sulfurized 

Terpenes, sulfurized 

All other 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonates: 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, ammonium salt 

*Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, barium salt 

»Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt 

»Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt 

Phenol salts: 

Barium salt of 2,2'-dlhydroxy-5,5'-di-tert-octylphenol 
monosulfide. 

Barium salt of dodecylphenol 

Barium salt of nonylphenol 

Barium salts of other alkylphenols 

Calcium salt of octylphenol-formaldehyde 

Calcium salt of polypropylphenol 

Calcium salts of other alkylphenols 

All other . 

Phosphorodithioates ( Dithiophosphates ) 

All other 

p-Menthane 

8-p-Menthyl hydroperoxide 

■i-Methoxyphenol 

Methylbenzylphenol mixture 

2-Methylcyclohexanol 

2,2-Methylenebis[6-tert-butyl-p-cresol] 

2,2'-Methylenebis['i-chlorophenol] (Dichlorophene) 

2,2'-Methylenebis[3,'+,6-trichlorophenol] (Hexachlorophene) 
Methylglucoside 



676. 
196. 
676. 
502. 
320. 
170. 
320. 
366. 
618. 
627. 
262. 

47A. 

-174. 
159. 
512. 

210. 

117, 221, '^7A. 

363. 
363. 
363. 
299, 627. 



512. 

420. 

493, 

512, 

420, 

54. 

242, 

525. 

579. 

631. 

366, 

55. 



512, 577. 
577. 

493, 577. 

346, 471, 507, 512, 629. 



479, 485. 
422. 
660. 
660. 

427. 

485. 

123, 473, 474, 485, 497, 660, X. 

123, 343, 422, 485, 497, 660. 

23, 123, 162, 317, 343, 479, 490, 497, 510, 613, X, X. 



X. 










508. 










660, 


X. 








502. 
422. 
485, 


X. 








338, 


422, 


660, X. 






422, 


X. 








117, 


338, 


420, 422, 


485, 


502 


210, 


262. 








210, 


262. 








127, 


320, 


577. 






240. 










427. 










349. 










366, 


631. 








366. 










425. 











138 



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TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



KaSCELLANEOUS CHEMICAIS, CYCLIC--Continued 

"i-Methylmorpholine 

l-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone, monomer 

Methyl terpinyl ether 

Morpholine 

Morpholine cocate 

Morpholine oleate 

Morpholine salt of toluenesulfonic acid 

»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 earths naphthenate 

Strontium naphthenate 

*Zinc naphthenate 

Ootaf luorocyclobutane 

Organic mercury compounds: 

Phenyl mercuric borate 

Pyridyl mercuric acetate 

All other 

Phenolthiosulfonio acid 

2-Phenoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monophenyl ether) 

Phenyl hydrogen phosphate 

Phenylmagnes ium bromide 

-i-Phenylmorpholine 

^Photographic chemicals: 

3-Amino-l,2,'i-triazole (5-Amino-l,3,4-triazole ) 

»Benzotriazole 

Catechol (Pyrocatechin) 

5-Chlorobenzotriazole 

3-Chloro-4-diethylaminobenzenediazonium chloride 

(p-Diazo-2-ohloro-N,N-diethylaniline) - zinc chloride. 

5-Chloro-2-methylbenz imidazole 

2,A-Diaminophenol dihydrochloride (Amidol) 

"i-Diazodiphenylamine 

p-Diethylaminobenzenediazonium chloride (p-Diazo-N,N- 
diethylaniline) . 
»p-Diethylaminobenzenediazonium chloride (p-Diazo-N,N- 
diethylaniline) - zinc chloride. 

N,N-Diethyl-p-phenylenediamine hydrochloride 

N,N-Diethyltoluene-2,5-diamine, monohydrochloride 

p-Dimethylaminobenzenediazonium chloride (p-Diazo- 

N,N-dimethylaniline) - zinc chloride. 
p-(N-Ethylbenzimido)ben2enediazonlum chloride (p-Diazo- 

N-benzyl-N-ethylaniline) . 
p-(N-Ethylbenzimldo)benzenediazonlum chloride (p-Diazo- 

N-benzyl-N-ethylaniline) - zinc chloride, 
p- [Ethyl (2-hydroxyethyl) amino] benzenediazonium chloride 
(p-Diazo-N-ethyl-N-hydroxyethylaniline) - zinc chloride. 

N-Ethyl-N-hydroxyethyl-p-phenylenediamlne sulfate 

N-Ethyl-N- (P -methanesulf onamidoethyl) toluene-2 , 5-diamine 
sulfate. 

Hydroquinone (Hydroquinol) 

p- [(2-Hydroxyethyl)methylamino]benzenediazonium chloride 
(p-Diazo-N-hydroxyethyl-N-methylaniline) - zinc 
chloride. 
2-Hydroxy-N-2-hydroxyethyl-l-naphthamide (2-Hydroxy- 

naphthoio acid monoethanolamide ). 
N-(p-Hydroxyphenyl) glycine 



618. 

525. 

210. 

618, 621. 

216. 

255. 

36. 

299. 

X. 

508, 510. 

229, 299, 333, 371, <;26, 503, 508, 521, 613, 661, 677. 

299, 426, 521. 

45, 229, 238, 299, 333, 371, 426, 503, 508, 521, 613, 

661, 677. 
299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 613, 677. 
45, 229, 264, 299, 333, 371, 426, 503, 508, 521, 613, 

661, 677, X. 
508. 
45, 229, 299, 333, 371, 426, 503, 508, 521, 613, 661, 

677. 
411, 426. 
508. 

426, 508. 
508. 

229, 299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 521, 613, 661, 677. 
512. 



348. 






627. 






525. 






240, 


621. 




170. 






196. 






621. 






213. 






213, 


400, 


595 


540. 






213. 






213. 






213. 






650. 






213. 






400. 






213, 


221, 


359 


577. 






577. 






213, 


359. 




400. 






213. 






213, 


359, 


525 


359. 






577. 






237, 


577. 




213, 


359. 




213. 






359. 







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139 



TABLE 22B.- — Synthetic organic chemicals' Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLAHECXJS CHIMICALS, CYCLIC--Continued 

•Photographic chemicals — Continued 

l-(3-Hydroxyphenyl)urea 

A-Methoxy-1-naphthol 

p-Methylaminophenol sulfate (Metol) 

5-Methylbenzotriazole 

2-Methylthlazoline - ■ 

6-Nitrobenz imidazole 

l-Phenyl-3-pyrazolidone 

"i-Phenylpyrocatechol 

2,5,6-Trimethylbenzoxazole 

Phthalic acid, lead salt, dibasic 

Phthalic acid, monopotassium salt 

Pinene- 

Pinene mercaptan 

Polyethylene terephthalate 

Polymethylenesalicylic acid 

♦Propyl gallate 

Purine and pyrimidine derivatives 

Pyridine derivatives 

Pyrogallol (Pyrogalllc acid) 

Quinhydrone 

»Rosin acid salts: 

Aluminum resinate 

Calcium lead resinate 

Calcium resinate 

Cobalt resinate 

Iron resinate 

»Lead resinate 

Manganese resinate 

Zinc resinate 

Salicylanilide 

Salicylic acid, lead salt 

Silicones 

Sodium oresoxlde (Cresylic acid, sodium salt) 

Sulfosalicyllc acid 

Tall oil fatty acyl chloride 

»Tall oil salts (Linoleic-rosin acid salts): 

Barium zinc tallate 

Calcium tallate 

»Cobalt tallate 

Copper tallate 

»Iron tallate 

Lead manganese tallate 

♦Lead tallate 

♦Manganese tallate 

Zinc glyceryl tallate 

Zinc tallate 

Tannic acid 

♦Tanning materials, synthetic: 

Hydroxytoluenesulfonlc acid, formaldehyde condensate 
(Cresol-formaldehyde sulfonate), sodium salt. 
♦2-Naphthalenesulfonic acid, formaldehyde condensate and 
salts . 
l-Phenol-2-sulfonic acid, formaldehyde condensate 
(Phenol-formaldehyde, sulfonated). 

1-Phenol-A-sulfonic acid, formaldehyde condensate 

Styrene maleic anhydride interpolymer, partial sodium 

salt. 
Sulfonyldiphenolsulfonic acid, formaldehyde condensate-- 

Terpene hydrocarbons 

2-Terpinoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol terpinyl ether) 

Tetra(diphenylphosphito)pentaerythritol 

l,2,3,i-Tetrahydronaphthalene (Tetralin) 

Tetrahydro-2-naphthylmethylidyne-l-octadecenylpyrimldine-- 

Tetrahydrothiophene 

Tetraphenylbutadiene 

♦Textile chemicals, other than surface-active agents: 

N-Benzyl(and N,K-dibenzyl)-p-sulfanillc acid 

l,3-Bis(hydroxymethyl)-2-imidazolidone (Dimethylol 
ethylene urea) . 



-iVl, 577, 608. 
368. 



503, 521. 
521. 

299, 503. 
503. 

521, &V9. 

392, 512. 



508. 

299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 661, 677. 

426. 

426, 503, 508, 677. 

661. 

299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 661, 677. 

299, 371, 426, 508, 661, 677. 

426. 



221, 355, 571, 602. 



602. 



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TABLE 22B.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



ftaSCELLANEOJS CHEMICALS, CYCLIC--Continued 

»Textlle chemicals, other than surface-active agents-- 
Continued 

N-'-,N-'--Diphenyl-l,2-propanediaiiiine 

1- [(Octadecyloxy)methyl]pyridinium chloride 

Phenol, sulfurated 

Protalhinic acid 

Saccharide bisulfite ■ 

Stearamidomethylcarbamide 

2,2' ,^, A' -Tetrahydroxybenzophenone 

2,2'-Thiobis [6-tert-butyl-p-cresol] 

2,2'-Thiobis['i-chlorophenol] 

2,2'-Thiobis['i,6-dichlorophenol] 

p-Toluquinone 

o-Tolylbiguanide 

Tri(tert-ainylphenyl) phosphite 

3, A' ,5-Tribromosallcylanilide 

S.'Vji'-Trichloroearbanilide 

s-Trioxane 

Triphenyl phosphite 

2,3,5-Triphenyltetrazolium chloride 

Trlphosphopyridine-micleotide 

l-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone, monomer 

l-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone, polymer 

l-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone - vinyl acetate copolymer 

MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC 

»Acetaldehyde 

2-Acetamidoethanol (N-Acetylethanolamine) 

Acethydrazide trimethylammonimn chloride 

*Acetic acid, synthetic, 100^ 

»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 

Magnesium acetate 

Manganese acetate ■ 

Mercuric acetate 

Nickel acetate 

^Potassium acetate 

Silver acetate 

Sodium acetate 

Zinc acetate 

Zirconium acetate 

»Aoetic 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 . 

Aoetin: 

Mono 

Di- 

Tri 

♦Acetone: 

By fermentation 

From cumene 

»From isopropyl alcohol 

All other : 

Acetone semicarbazone 

Acetone sodium bisulfite 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



373. 

512. 

525. 

380. 

373. 

373. 

525. 

3<;9. 

366. 

117, 3A9. 

577. 

117. 

117. 

X. 

117. 

615. 

117, 676. 

196. 

368. 

525. 

525. 

525. 



210, 338, 387, 512, 533, 576, 577, 615, 621,, 635. 

621. 

196. 

210, 387, 533, 577, 615, 621. 



474, 


571, 


621, 


635. 


627. 








303, 


627, 


635. 




303, 


627, 


635. 




303, 


627, 


635. 




303, 


627, 


635. 




299, 


474, 


571. 




229, 


299, 


303. 




303, 


635. 






303, 


503, 


521, 


627, 635 


303, 


627, 


635. 




196. 








627, 


635. 






299. 








303, 


627, 


635. 




299, 


303. 






303, 


621, 


627, 


635. 


627. 








303, 


543, 


621, 


627, 635 


299, 


303, 


621, 


627, 635 


351. 








210. 








621. 








210, 


577, 


615. 




210, 


577, 


615. 




291. 








291. 








291, 


577. 






387. 








210, 


613 


626. 




477, 


502 


577 


621. 


615. 








648. 








213. 









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141 



TABLE 22B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Acetonitrile 

Acetyl chloride 

Acetylenedicarboxylic acid 

Acetyl peroxide 

N-Aoetyl-dl-serlne 

Acrolein (Acrylaldehyde) 

Acrylates above ethyl 

»Acrylic acid 

*Acrylonltrile 

»Adipic acid 

Adiponitrile 

Aldol (Acetaldol) 

Alkylene oxides, mixed 

Alkyl sulfides 

Allyl alcohol 

N-Allylglycine 

Allylhydroxyethylthiourea 

Allyl isothiocyanate, nonperfume grade 

l-(Allyloxy)-2,3-epoxypropane (Allyl glycidyl ether)- 
3-(Allyloxy)-l,2-propanediol (Allyl glyceryl ether) — 

Aluminum isopropoxlde (Aluminum isopropylate ) 

Amidinourea (Guanylurea) phosphate 

Amldinourea (Guanylurea) sulfate 

*Amines : 

Allylamine 

»Butylamine 

tert-Butylamine 

Coconut oil amine 

N-Coco-l,3-propanedi amine 

Diallylamlne 

Dibutylamine 

N,N-Dibutyl-l,3-propanediamin6- 

Dlethylamine 

Diethylamlne hydrobromide 

Dlethylamine hydrochloride 

Diethylenetri amine 

N,N-Diethy lathy lenediamlne 

NjN-'^ -Diethyl- 1,4-pentanediamine ( Novoldiamine ) 

N,N-Diethyl-l,3-propanediamine 

Diisopropylamine 

»Dimethylamlne 

Dimethylamine hydrochloride 

Dimethylamine sulfate 

N,N'-Dimethylethylenediamine 

N, N-Dlmethyloctadecylamine (Stearyldimethylamine ) — 

N,N-Dimethyl-l,3-propanedlamine 

Dipentylamine (Diamylamine) 

Dipropylamine 

Dipropylenetriamine 

Dodecylamlne 

Ethylamlne 

Ethy lenediamlne 

Ethy lenediamlne dihydrochloride 

Hexadecylamlne 

1,6-Hexanediamine (Hexamethy lenediamlne) 

3 , 3 '- Imlnoblspropylamlne 

Isobutylamine 

Isopropylamine 

*-Methylamlne 

Octadecylamlne 

Octylamlne 

Polyethyleneamines 

1,2-Propanediamine (Propylenediamlne) 

Propylamine 

Soybean oil amine 

Tallow amine 

Tallow amine, hydrogenated 

N-Tallow-l,3-propanedlamine 

Tetraethylenepentamlne 

N,N, N ',N '-Tetramethyl-l,3-butanediamine 



557 


621. 




565 






221 






318 






236 






621 






602 






589 


602, 


621. 


117 


474, 


589, 621 


117 


221, 


238, 512 


238 


512, 


X. 


621 






240 






502 






474 






213 






320 


400. 




502 






502 






132 


587. 




474 






474 






400 


502. 




577 


621, 


631. 


117 


602. 




216 


330. 




330 






502 






621 


631. 




474 






621 


631. 




543 






454 






240 


621. 




289 






4U 






474 


621. 




631 






512 


533, 


602, 631 


543 






602 






535 






216 


602. 




474 






631 






631 






621 






216 


330. 




621 


631. 




240 


346, 


621. 


303 






216 






238 


X. 




474 


621. 




631 






621 


631. 




512 


533, 


602, 631 


216 






216 


602, 


621. 


346 






621 






621 


631. 




216 






216 


330. 




216 


330. 




240 


621. 




621 







142 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



TABLE 22B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



MaXRif acturers ' identification numbers 
(according to List In table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

^Amines — Continued 

Tetramethylethylenedl amine 

Tributylamine 

Trioaprylylamine 

Triethylamlne 

Triethylenetetramine 

»Triinethylamine 

Trimethylamlne hydrochloride 

All other 

Amine acid reaction products 

2-Amino-l-butanol 

l-Aminoethanol (Acetaldehyde ammonia) 

2-(2-Aminoethylamino)ethanol ( Aminoethy lethanolamine ) 

2-Amlno-2-ethyl-l,3-propanediol 

Aminoguanidine bicarbonate 

Amlnoguanldine sulfate 

2-Amino-2-(hydroxymethyl)-l,3-propanediol (Tris(hydroxy- 
methyl)aminomethane) . 

2-Andno-2-methyl-l,3-propanediol 

2-Amino-2-methyl-l-propanol 

2-Amino-2-methyl-l-propanol hydrochloride 

3-Amino-l-propanol 

»Amyl acetates, 90^: 

Amyl acetate (n-Pentyl acetate) 

Isopentyl acetate (Isoamyl acetate) 

Mixed - - — 

Amyl alcohols, 100^: 
Unmixed: 

Amyl alcohol (n-Pentyl alcohol) 

Isopentyl alcohol (Isoamyl alcohol) 

2-Methyl-2-butanol (tert-Amyl alcohol) 

2-Pentanol 

Mixed: 

Fusel oil, crude 

Fusel oil, refined 

Other than fusel oil: 

Primary mixed 

Other 

Azelaic acid 

2,2'-Azobis[2-methylpropionamidine] dlhydrochloride 

2,2'-Azobis[2-methylpropionitrile] (a, a -Azodiisobutyro- 
nltrile). 

Barbituric acid, sodium salt 

Behenic acid 

Betaine hydrochloride, crude 

Bis[2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethyl] ether (Tetraethylene glycol 

dibutyl ether) . 
Bis(2-butoxyethyl) ether (Diethylene glycol di-n-butyl 
ether) . 

Bis('i-chlorobutyl) ether (4.;4'-Dichlorodibutyl ether) 

Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane (Dichloroethylformal) 

»Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether (Dichlorodiethyl ether) 

Bis(2-chloro-l-methylethyl) ether (Dichloroisopropyl ether) 

Bis(2,6-dimethyl-4-heptyl) maleate 

Bis(dodecyltrimethylammonium) polythionate 

Bls(2-ethoxyethyl) ether (Diethylene glycol diethyl ether)- 

l,3-Bis(hydroxymethyl)urea (Dimethylolurea) 

Bis[2-(2-methoxyethoxy)ethyl]. ether (Tetraethylene glycol 

dimethyl ether) . 
Bis(2-methoxyethyl) ether (Diethylene glycol dimethyl 
ether) . 

Biuret 

Boron fluoride ethyl ether complex 

Boron trifluoride ethylamine complex 

Boron confounds, other 

N-Bromoacet amide 

2-Bromododecanoic acid (a-Bromolauric acid) 

N-Bromosuccinlmide (Sucoinibromimide) 

l,2(and l,3)-Butanediol (Butylene glycol) - 

l,<4-Butanediol 



535. 

631. 

330. 

621, 631. 

240, 621. 

512, 533, 602, 631. 

512. 

216, 330, 602. 

502. 

533. 

565. 

621. 

533. 

2U. 

525. 

533. 

533. 
533. 

637. 

39, 387, 533, 627. 
399, 565. 
621, 631. 



631. 

257, 399, 448. 

631. 

631. 

448. 

257, 387, 448, 533. 

576, 621, 631. 

631. 

X. 

X. 

532. 

326. 
394. 
94. 
659. 

240, 621. 

659. 

591. 

346, 569, 618, 621. 

240, 569. 

525. 

303, 631. 

127, 621. 

512. 

127. 

127. 

521. 
635. 
635. 
309. 
196. 
512. 
196. 
615. 
525. 



miscellj\neous synthetic organic chemicals 



143 



TABLE 22B. • 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI£, ACYCLIC--Continued 

2,3-Butanediol 

2-Butanone (Methyl ethyl ketone) 

Butanone mixture 

2-Butanone oxime 

2-Butanone peroxide 

2-Butene-l,A-diol 

3-Buten-2-one (Methyl vinyl ketone) 

2-Butoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether) 

2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethanol (Diethylene glycol monobutyl 

ether) . 
2-[2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethoxyJethanol (Triethylene glycol 
monobutyl ether). 

2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethyl acetate 

l-Butoxyethoxy-2-propanol 

2-Butoxyethyl acetate 

»Butyl acetates, 905^: 

*Iso 

^Normal 

Secondary 

Mixed 

N-tert-Butylacrylamide 

Butyl acrylate 

»Butyl alcohols, 100^: 
Primary : 

Iso (Isopropylcarbinol) 

Normal (n- Propylcarbinol) 

Secondary (Methylethylcarblnol) 

Tertiary (Trimethylcarbinol) 

Mixed 

Butylene oxide 

Butyl ether (Di-n-butyl ether) 

tert-Butyl hydroperoxide 

Butyl Isocyanate 

Butyl lactate 

tert-Butyl peroxide (Di-tert-butyl peroxide) 

tert-Butyl peroxyacetate 

tert-Butyl peroxyisobutyrate 

2-Butyne-l,<i-diol 

Butyraldehyde 

Butyraldehyde oxime 

Butyric acid 

Butyric anhydride 

Butyrolactone 

Butyryl chloride 

»Carbon disulfide 

2-Carboxymethylsemicarbazide 

»Cellulose esters: 

»Cellulose acetate 

Cellulose acetate butyrate 

Cellulose acetate propionate 

Nitrocellulose (Cellulose nitrate) 

All other 

»Cellulose ethers : 

Ethylcellulose 

Ethylhydromethylcellulose 

Hydroxyethylcellulose 

Methylcellulose 

»Sodium oarboxymethylcellulose, lOOjt- 

Sodium carboxymethy Ihydroxyethy loellulose 

»Chloral (Trichloroaoet aldehyde) 

Chloroacetaldehyde dimethyl acetal 

wChloroacetic acid, mono 

Chloroacetic acid, mono, derivatives: 

Butyl chloroacetate 

Ethyl chloroacetate 

Methyl chloroacetate 

Sodium chloroacetate 

Chloroacetonitrlle 

Chloroacetyl chloride 



615. 






502, 


577, 


X. 


615. 






221, 


535, 


X. 


102, 


318. 




525. 






iAb. 






3-46, 


621. 




3A6, 


621. 




240, 


346. 




621. 






621. 






621. 






577, 


615, 


621, 631. 


387, 


533, 


577, 595, 615, 621 


X. 






577, 


615. 




AlA. 






615. 






576, 


577, 


615, 621, X. 


387, 


512, 


576, 577, 615, 621 


502, 


X. 




502. 






576, 


615. 




621. 






621. 






102, 


318, 


502. 


395. 






533. 






318, 


502. 




318. 






318. 






525. 






576, 


577, 


615, 621. 


221. 






577, 


615, 


621. 


577, 


621. 




525. 






427. 






131, 


149, 


280, 282, 283, 520 


648. 






210, 


226, 


512, 577, 615. 


577. 






577, 


615. 




210, 


512. 




X. 






210, 


240. 




210. 






621. 






240. 






7, 192, 210, 512, 569. 


210. 






283, 


285, 


542, 616. 


441, 


525. 




7, 117, 210, 240, 372. 


117. 






117, 


240, 


326. 


240, 


326. 




240. 






372. 






240. 







144 



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TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLAKEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC- -Coutiimed 

»2-Chloro-N,N-diinethylethylamine (Dimethylaminoethyl chlo- 
ride) hydrochloride. 

2-Chloro-N,N-dimethylpropylamlne hydrochloride 

3-Chloro- N , N-dimethy Ipropylamlne hydrochloride 

2-Chloroethanol (Ethylene chlorohydrin ) 

2-(2-Chloroethoxy)ethyl 2-chloroethyl ether (Triethylene 
glycol dichloride). 

N-(2-CHloroethyl)diisopropylaiiiine hydrochloride 

2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 

Chloromethyl methyl ether 

Chloromethyl silanes 

l-Chloro-l-penten-3-one (p-Chlorovinyl ethyl ketone) 

3-Chloro-l,2-propanediol (Glycerol a -chlorohydrin) 

Chloro-2-propanone (Chloroacetone) 

3-Chloropropionic acid 

N-Chlorosuccinimide (Succinichlorimide) 

2-Chlorotriethylamine (Diethylaminoethyl chloride) 

2-Chlorotriethylamine hydrochloride 

3-Chloro-N,N,2-trimethylpropylamine (l-Chloro-2-methyl-3- 
dimethylaminopropane) hydrocliloride . 

Chlorotrimethylsilane 

Choline 

Citric acid 

Citric acid salts: 

Ammonium citrate 

Barium citrate 

Calcium citrate 

Ferric ammonium citrate 

Ferric citrate 

Ferrous calcium citrate 

Manganese citrate ^ 

Potassium citrate 

Sodium citrate 

Coconut oil amide 

Crotonaldehyde 

Crotonic acid (2-Butenoic acid) 

2-Cyanoaoetamide 

Cyanoacethydraaide 

Cyanoacetic acid 

Cyanuric acid 

n-Decane 

Decanoic acid (Capric acid) 

Decanoyl chloride 

1-Decene 

Decyl hydrogen succinate 

1, 3-Diami no-2-propanol 

1,2-Dibutoxyethane (Ethylene glycol di-n-butyl ether) 

2-Dibutylaminoethanol 

Dibutyl fumarate 

Dibutylmethoxytin (Dibutyl tin methoxide) 

l,3-Dibutyl-2-thiourea 

Diohloroacetaldehyde 

Diehloroacetic acid 

Dichlorodimethylsilane 

Dichlorohydrogenmethylsilane 

Dichlorome thy Ivinylsi lane 

l,3-Dichloro-2-propanol 

Di(l,2-epoxypropane) amine ■ 

Diethoxydimethylsilane 

Diethylaluminum chloride 

2-Diethylaminoethanethiol, hydrochloride 

2-Diethylaminoethanol 

2-Diethy laminoethyl methacrylate 

Diethyl sec-butylethylmalonate 

Diethyl butylmalonate 

Diethylcarbamoyl chloride 

Diethyl carbonate (Ethyl carbonate) 

Diethyl diethylmalonate (Diethyl malonic ester) 

»Diethylene glycol 

Diethylene glycol chloroformate 



209, 451, ^S-i, 464, 478, 586. 



209, 


464. 




209, 


464. 




346, 


591, 


621. 


621. 






464. 






621. 






427, 


595, 


X. 


254. 






451. 






320, 


577. 




512, 


595. 




595. 






221. 






478. 






454, 


464, 


586. 


320. 







646. 

629, 646. 
291. 

615, 621. 
621. 



346, 525, 529, 569, 618, 621. 



MISCELLANEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



145 



TABLE 22B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, i95S— Continued 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAIS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Diethyl (ethoxymethylene)malonate 

Diethyl ethylisopentylmalonate 

Diethyl ethylmalonate (Ethyl malonio ester) 

Diethyl ethyl(l-methylbutyl)malonate 

Di-2-ethyl-l-hexyl maleate 

N,N-Diethylhydroxy lamina oxalate 

Diethyl maleate 

^Diethyl malonate (Malonio ester) 

Diethyl (l-methylbutyl)malonate 

Diethyl oxalate (Ethyl oxalate) 

Diethyl pentylmalonate 

Diethylthiophosphoryl chloride 

l,3-Diethyl-2-thiourea 

Diglyoolic acid 

Diisodecyl fumurate 

Diisopropylammonium nitrite 

Diisopropyl peroxydicarbonate (Isopropyl percarbonate)-- 

l,3-Diisopropyl-2-thiourea 

Dimethoxyethane (Ethylene glycol dimethyl ether) 

N,N-Dimethylacetamide 

*2-Diinethylaminoethanol 

Dimethylamino-2-propaiiol 

3-Dimethylamlnopropionitrile 

2,3-Dimethyl-2,3-butanediol (Pinacol) 

3,3-Dimethyl-2-butanone (Pinaoolone) 

Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride 

N,N-Dimethylformamide 

Dimethylglyoxime 

2,6-Dimethyl-A-heptanol (Diisobutylcarbinol) 

2,5-Dimethyl-l,5-hexadien-3-yne (Diisopropenylacetylene) 

2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-hexanediol 

2,5-Dimethyl-3-hexyne-2,5-diol 

1,1-DimethyIhydrazine 

Dimethyl malonate 

3,6-Diinethyl-'i-octyne-3,6-diol 

Di(<i-methyl-2-pentyl) maleate 

2,2-Dimethyl-l,3-propanediol (Neopentyl glycol) 

1,3-Dimethylurea 

Dioctyl maleate 

Dioleyl maleate 

Dipropylene glycol 

Dithiocarbamate formaldehyde resin, zinc salt 

n-Dodecane 

Dodec anemethylenimine ( Dodecyl- azomethinfe ) 

1-Dodecene 

Dodecenylsuccinic anhydride 

Dodecylphosphoric acid 

*Epichlorohydrin 

Erucic acid 

*Ethanolamines : 

»2-Aminoethanol (Monoethanolamine) 

*2 , 2 ' - Iminodiethanol ( Diethanolamine ) 

»2,2 ,2 -Nitrilotriethanol (Triethanolamine) 

Ethanolamine residue 

Ethanolamine salt with fonnaldehyde 

2-Ethoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether) 

2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethanol (Diethylene glycol monoethyl 

ether) . 
2-[2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethoxy]ethanol (Triethylene glycol 
monoethyl ether) . 

2- ( 2-Ethoxyethoxy) ethyl acetate 

2-Khoxyethyl acetate 

3-Ethoxypropionitrile 

l-Ethoxy-l,3,3-trimethoxypropane 

*Ethyl acetate, 855^ 

Ethyl acetoaoetate 

Ethyl aery late 

»Ethyl alcohol, synthetic 

Ethylaluminum sesquichloride 

2-Ethylaminoethano 1 ( Ethylmonoethanolamine ) 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



326. 
372, 
^1. 
-451. 

595. 

326, 
441, 
257, 
372. 
117, 
631. 
512. 
185; 
346. 
520. 
631. 
127, 
196, 
602, 
631. 
474. 
196. 
196. 
586. 
512. 
595, 
621. 
544. 
544. 
544. 
257, 
326. 
544. 
185. 
576. 
631. 
185. 
117. 
240, 
303. 
421. 
333. 
421. 
221, 
427. 
240, 
394. 

240, 
240, 
240, 
618. 
602. 
240, 
240, 

240, 

621. 
577, 
474. 
326. 
387, 
257, 
602, 
210, 
420. 
631. 



621. 

441, 451. 

451. 

372. 

474. 



196. 

512, 595. 
621, 631. 



615, 621. 



421. 
502, 621. 



346, 529, 618, 621. 
346, 529, 618, 621. 
346, 529, 618, 621. 



346, 621. 
346, 621. 



346. 

621. 



430, 533, 577, 621. 

621. 

615, 621. 

443, 477, 502, 576, 621, X. 



146 



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TABLE 22B. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC--Continued 

Ethyl bromoacetate 

2-Ethyl-l-butanol (sec-Hexyl alcohol) 

3- C2-Ethylbutoxy) propionic acid 

2-Bthylbutyraldehyde 

2-Ethylbutyric acid (Diethylacetic acid) 

Ethyl carbamate 

Ethyl chloroformate 

Ethyl cyanoacetate 

Ethylene, from ethyl alcohol 

Ethylene carbonate 

^Ethylene glycol 

Ethylene glycol diacetate 

^■Ethylene oxide 

*Ethyl ether: 

Absolute 

Tech 

U.S.P 

»Ethyl formate 

N-Ethylglycine 

2-Ethylhexanal (a-Ethylcaproaldehyde) 

2-Ethyl-l,3-hexanediol 

2-Ethylhexanoic acid (a-Ethylcaproic acid) 

»2-EthyLhexanoic acid (a-Ethylcaprolc acid) salts: 

Aluminum 2-ethylhexanoate 

Barium 2-ethylhexanoate 

Cadmium 2-ethylhexanoate 

■*Calcium 2-ethylhexanQate 

»Cobalt 2-ethylhexanoate 

Copper 2-ethylhexanoate 

*Lead 2-ethylhexanoate 

Lithium 2-ethylhexanoate 

*Manganese 2-ethylhexanoate 

Rare earths 2-ethyIhexanoate 

Strontium 2-ethylhexanoate 

*Zinc 2-ethyIhexanoate 

Zirconium 2-ethylhexanoate 

2-Ethyl-l-hexanol 

2-Ethyl-2-hexenoic acid (2-Ethyl-3-propylaorylic acid)- 

2-Ethyl-l-hexyl acetate 

2-Ethyl-l-hexyl aery late 

Ethyl 2-hydroxy-3-raethylbutyrate (Ethyl a-hydroxy- 

isovalerate) . 
2-Ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl)-l,3-propanediol (Trimethylol- 
propane) . 

2 , 2' - ( Ethy limine ) diethanol ( Ethyldiethanolamine ) 

2-Ethylisohexyl acetate 

Ethyl lactate 

Ethylmagnesium bromide 

2- (Ethylmercapto Methanol 

Ethyl 2-methyllaotate (Ethyl a -hydroxyisobutyrate) 

2-Ethyl-'i-methyl-l-pentanol 

2-Ethyl-'i-methylvaleraldehyde (2-Ethyllsohexaldehyde ) -- 

2-Ethyl-4-methylvaleric acid (2-Ethylisohexoic acid) 

Ethyl perfluoroglutamate 

Ethyl propionate 

Ethyl propyl nitrate 

»Ethyl silicate (Tetraethoxysilane) 

Ethyl sulfate (Diethyl sulfate) 

Ethyl vinyl ether 

Fats and oils, chemically modified: 

Castor oil, phosphated -^ 

Vegetable oils, brominated 

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 

Dipent aerythritol pentastearate 



240. 

577, 615, 621. 

621. 

621. 

621. 

257, 398. 

257. 

326. 

184. 

618. 

240, 346, 525, 529, 569, 618, 621, 663, 

621. 

240, 346, 525, 529, 569, 618, 621, 663. 

627. 

210, 4A3, 477, 576, 621. 

278, 627. 

399, 533, 565, 621. 

474. 

576, 621. 
621. 

577, 621. 

371. 

508. 

508. 

299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 661. 

264, 299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 521, 661. 

503, 508. 

299, 351, 371, 426, 503, 508, 521. 

371. 

426, 503, 508, 521. 

508. 

508. 

299, 371, 426, 503, 508, 661. 

426, 508. 

576, 577, 621. 

621. 

483, 621. 

621. 

602. 

615. 

631. 

577. 

474. 

196. 

631. 

602. 

576. 

576. 

577. 

588. 

399, 565. 

420. 

587, 621, 644. 

621. 

621. 

449. 

73, 391. 
73, 187. 

512. 
187. 
602. 



291, 510. 



MISCELI^NEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



147 



TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI5, ACYCLIC— Continued 

»Fatty acid esters, not included with plastioizers or 
surface-active agents--Continued 

Ethyl stearate 

Isopropyl myristate 

Isopropyl oleate 

Isopropyl palmitate 

Isopropyl stearate 

Methyl ester of coconut oil 

Methyl ester of lard oil 

Methyl esters of tallow 

Methyl 12-hydroxystearate 

Methyl myristate 

Pentaerythritol monostearate 

1,2-Propylene glycol dioleate 

Vinyl stearate, monomer and polymer 

All other 

»Fatty and synthetic higher alcohols: 

1,10-Decanediol 

»Decyl alcohols 

3,9-Diethyl-6-tridecanol 

Dodecyl alcohol (Lauryl alcohol) 

7-Ethyl-2-methyl-'i-hendecanol 

5-Ethyl-2-nonanol 

»1-Hexadeoanol (Cetyl alcohol) 

1-Octadecanol (Stearyl alcohol) 

cis-9-Octadecen-l-ol (Oleyl alcohol) 

l-Tridecanol 

2,6,8-Trimethyl-4-nonanol 

All other - — 

Flotation reagents: 

Isopropyl ethylthionocarbamate 

Phosphorodithioates ( Dithiophosphates ) : 

Potassium dihexyl phosphorodithioate 

Sodium di-seo-butyl diethyl phosphorodithioate- - 

Sodium di-sec-butyl phosphorodithioate 

Sodium diethyl phosphorodithioate 

Sodium dihexyl phosphorodithioate 

Sodium diisopropyl phosphorodithioate 

Tall oil diethylene tetramine acetate 

Xanthates : 

Potassium sec-butylxanthate 

Potassium ethylxanthate 

Potassium hexylxanthate 

Potassium isopropylxanthate 

Potassium pentylxanthate 

Potassium sec-pentylxanthate 

Sodium n-butylxanthate 

Sodium sec-butylxanthate 

Sodium ethylxanthate 

Sodium isopropylxanthate 

^Formaldehyde , 375^ HCHO by weight 

Formamide 

»Formio acid, 90^ 

»Formic acid salts: 

^Aluminum formate 

Ammonium formate 

Calcium formate 

Chromic formate 

Lead formate 

Nickel formate 

Sodium formate, refined 

Sodium formate, tech 

Fumaric acid 

Gluconic acid, tech 

Glycerol, synthetic 

Glycerol tri(polyoxypropylene) ether 

Glycidol (2,3-Epoxy-l-propanol) 

Glycine (Aminoacetic acid) tech 

Glycine ethyl ester hydrochloride 



320. 




291, 366. 




291. 




291, 366. 




291. 




105. 




zeA. 




193. 




187. 




105. 




X. 




636. 




5'U.. 




73. 




562. 




393, 'i77, 479, 512, 621. 




621. 




381, 512. 




621. 




621. 




389, 394, 512. 




394, 512. 




394, 512. 




477. 




621. 




338, 393, 394, X, X. 




240. 




474. 




474. 




474. 




474. 




474. 




474. 




474. 




240, 432. 




240, 474. 




240. 




240. 




240, 474. 




240. 




72, 240, 432. 




474. 




240, 474. 




240, 474. 




117, 124, 210, 214, 242, 326, 346, 471, 507, 512 


529, 533, 573, 602, 615, 629, 654. 




512. 




449, 471, 512, 627. 




373, 449, 571, 621. 




478, 635. 




214. 




525. 




351. 




299. 




635. 




210, 471. 




221, 351, 664. 




383, 646. 




240, 432, 502. 




621. 




659. 




372. 




372. 





148 



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TABLE 22B. 



--Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACyCLIC--Continued 

Glycolic acid (Hydroxyacetic acid) 

Glycolonitrile 

Glyoxal 

Guanidine hydrochloride 

-i-Guanyl-l-isonitrosoguanyl-l-tetrazene 

■*Halogenated hydrocarbons: 

l-Bromobutane (n-Butyl bromide) 

2-Bromobutane (sec-Butyl bromide) 

Bromochloromethane 

l-Bromo-3-chloropropane (Trimethylenechlorobromide) 

Bromoethane (Ethyl bromide) 

1-Bromohexadecane (Cetyl bromide) 

l-Bromo-2-methylpropane (Isobutyl bromide) 

l-Brorao-octadecane 

1-Bromopentane (n-Amyl bromide) 

2-Bromopentane ( 1-Methylbutyl bromide) 

1-Bromopropane (n-Propyl bromide) 

2-Bromopropane (Isopropyl bromide) 

3-Bromopropene (Allyl bromide) 

3-Bromopropyne 

Bromot r i chloromethane 

Bromotrifluoromethane 

»Carbon tetrachloride 

Carbon tetrachloride, refined 

Carbon tetrafluoride 

*Chlorinated paraffins: 

Less than 35^ chlorine 

»35^-6<456 chlorine 

65^ or more chlorine 

1-Chlorobutane (n- Butyl chloride) 

l-Chlorodecane 

l-Chloro-l,l-difluoroethane 

*Chlorodifluoromethane 

1-Chlorododecane (Lauryl chloride) 

Chlorododecanes, mixed 

wChloroethane (Ethyl chloride): 

Tech 

U.S.P 

*Chloroform: 

»Tech 

*U.S.P 

»Chloromethane (Methyl chloride): 

Crude 

Plefined (refrigerant grade) 

l-Chloro-3-methylbutane (Isoamyl chloride) 

2-Chloro-2-methylpropane (tert-Butyl chloride) 

3-Chloro-2-methylpropene (Methallyl chloride) 

Chloropentanes, mixed isomers 

2-Chloropropane (Isopropyl chloride) 

3-Chloropropene (Allyl chloride) 

Chlorotrifluoroethylene (Trifluorovinyl chloride)-- 

Chlorotrifluoroethylene, polymerized 

Chlorotrifluoromethane 

Dibromodifluoromethane 

1,2-Dibromoethane (Ethylene dibromide) 

1,6-Dibromohexane 

Dibromomethane (Methylene bromide) 

l,2-Dibromo-l,l,2,2-tetraf luoroethane 

1,4-Dichlorobutane 

»Dichlorodifluoromethane 

»l,2-Dichloroethane (Ethylene diohloride) 

Dichlorohexafluorobutene 

■*Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride) 

Dichloromonofluoromethane 

Di chloropentanes, mixed isomers 

1,2-Dichloropropane (Propylene dichloride) 

2,3-Dichloropropene 

*Dichlorotetraf luoroethane 

1,1-Dif luoroethane 

l,l-DifluorL)ethylene 



512. 

621. 

355, 474. 
113. 



240, 


451. 












240, 


451. 












240. 














240, 


464. 












240, 


464. 












240. 














240. 














512, 


525. 












595. 














441, 


451, 


484. 










240, 


595. 












240. 














240. 














525. 














240. 














240, 


512. 












240, 


280, 


283, 


285, 


440, 


520, 


561. 


627. 














512. 














427, 


656, 


X. 










210, 


285, 


427, 


507. 








285. 














621. 














595. 














635. 














512, 


631, 


635. 










371, 


421, 


432. 










413. 














210, 


240, 


420, 


443, 


512, 


542. 




240, 


502. 












240, 


280, 


285, 


288, 


440, 


512, 


561, 562 


240, 


285, 


288, 


440, 


562. 






254, 


562. 












127, 


240, 


285, 


440, 


512. 






441. 














595. 














400. 














631. 














240. 














240, 


502. 












635. 














427, 


635. 












512, 


635. 












240, 


512. 












240, 


275, 


283, 


464, 


468. 






588. 














240. 














512. 














512. 














512, 


631, 


635. 










117, 


240, 


285, 


346, 


420, 


569, 


618, 621 


427. 














240, 


280, 


285, 


440, 


512, 


561, 


562. 


635. 














631. 














240, 


621. 












621, 


659. 












512, 


631, 


635. 










635. 














635. 















MISCELLANEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



149 



TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHBUCAI^, ACYCLIC--Continued 

»Halogenated hydrocarbons — Continued 

Difluorotetrachloroethane 

Diiodoraethane (Methylene iodide) 

Hexachlorobutadlene 

Hexafluoropropene 

Hexamethylene di chloride 

lodoethane (Ethyl iodide), tech 

Iodoform (Triiodomethane) 

lodomethane (Methyl iodide), tech 

Peutachloroethane 

.1,1,2,2-Tetrabromoethane (Acetylene tetrabromide ) 

1,1, 2,2-Tetrachloroethane (Acetylene tetrachloride) 

»Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene) 

1,1,1-Trichloroethane (Methyl chloroform) 

1,1,2-Trlchloroethane (Vinyl trichloride) 

»Triohloroethylene 

«Trichlorofluorome thane 

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 

Trichlorotrlfluoroethane 

»Vinyl chloride, monomer ( Ghloroethylene ) 

Vinyl fluoride 

Vinylidene chloride, monomer (1,1-Diohloroethylene) 

All other 

3-Heptanone (Ethyl butyl ketone) '-- 

1-Heptene 

Hexadecane 

Hexadecenylsuccinic anhydride 

Hexamethylene adlpamlde 

2,5-Hexanedione ( Acetonylacetone ) 

Hexanoic acid (Caproic acid) 

Hexyl acetate 

Hexyl alcohol 

2-(Hexyloxy)ethanol (Ethylene glycol hexyl ether) 

Hydraci-ylio acid, ji-lactone (p-Propiolactone) 

Hydracrylonitrile (Ethylene cyanohydrin) 

Hydrazine and salts 

2-Hydrazinoethanol 

N-2-Hydroxyethylacetamide 

l,l'-(2-Hydroxyethylimino)di-2-propanol (N,N-Diisopropanol 
ethanolamine) . 

a-Hydroxyisobutyric acid esters, mixed 

3-Hydroxy-3-methyl-2-butanone 

2-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-methyl-l,3-propanediol (Trimethyl- 

olethane) . 
2-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-nltro-l,3-propanediol (Tris(hydroxy- 

methyl)nitromethane) . 
N-(Hydroxymethyl)octadecanamide (N-Hydroxymethylstearamide) 

<i-Hydroxy-A-methyl-2-pentanone (Diaeetone alcohol) 

Iminodiacetic acid, disodlum salt 

Iminodiacetonltrile 

Isethionic acid (2-Hydroxyethanesulfonlo acid) 

Isoascorbic acid and sodium salt 

2-Isobutylaminoethanol 

Isobutyl vinyl ether 

Isobutyraldehyde 

Isobutyric acid and anhydride 

Isobutyronitrile 

»Iso-ootyl alcohols 

Isopropanolamines : 

l-Amlno-2-propanol (Monoisopropanolamine) 

l,l'-Iminodi-2-propanol (Diisopropanolamine) 

l^l',l''-Nitrilotri-2-propanol (Triisopropanolamine) 

Mixed — — 

3-Isopropoxypropylamlne 

Isopropyl acetate 

«Isopropyl alcohol ( Isopropanol) 

2-Isopropylaminoethanol 

Isopropyl chloroformate 

"Isopropyl ether 

Isovaleric acid 



512. 










25. 










«7. 










512. 










588. 










213, 


588. 








25. 










588. 










512. 










2A0. 










512, 


520. 








2A0, 


273, 


280, 


285, 


512, 520, 561. 


2<V0. 










621. 










2A0, 


273, 


427, 


512, 


520. 


512, 


631, 


635. 






502, 


621. 








512, 


631, 


635. 






117, 


240, 


420, 


432, 


440, 567, 589, 621 


117, 


512. 








240. 










588. 










621. 










421. 










421. 










421. 










238, 


512. 








659. 










73, 


565. 








615. 










477, 


615. 








621. 










615. 










602, 


621. 








213, 


346. 








648. 










371. 










621. 










X. 










544. 










2W. 










533. 










512. 










502, 


621. 








616. 










616. 










525. 










578, 


629, 


646. 






372. 










621. 










576. 










577. 










576. 










338, 


477, 


479. 






240, 


621. 








240, 


621. 








621. 










240. 










474. 










577, 


621. 








477, 


502, 


621. 






631. 










257 


520. 








477 


502 


621- 






399 











ISO 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, I958 



TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

Isovalerone (Diisobutyl ketone) 

Itaoonic acid (Methylenesuccinic acid) and esters 

»Lactic acid, 100^: 

»Edible 

»Mediclnal 

*Teohnical 

»Lactio acid salts: 

Calcium lactate 

Sodium zirconium lactate 

Strontium lactate 

Zirconium lactate 

Lactide (3,6-Dimethyl-2,5-dioxanedione) 

Laurie acid, cadmium salt 

Lauroyl bromide 

Lauroyl chloride 

Lauroyl peroxide 

Levulinic acid 

»Linoleic acid salts: 

Ammonium lino le ate 

«Caloium llnoleate 

»Cobalt linoleate 

Copper linoleate 

Iron linoleate 

»Lead linoleate 

Lead manganese linoleate 

Manganese linoleate 

■^Lubricating oil additives: 

Chloronaphtha xanthate 

Chlorosulfurized lard oil 

Chlorosulfurized sperm oil 

High-molecular-weight hydrocarbons and their phosphorus 
derivatives. 

Lauryl and dlethylaminoethyl polymethacrylates 

Oxidized hydrocarbons 

»Phosphorodithioates (Dithiophosphates) : 

Barium alkyl phosphorodithioate 

Nickel zinc alkyl phosphorodithioates 

Zinc di(butylhexyl) phosphorodithioate 

Zinc dlhexyl phosphorodithioate 

Zinc hexyl isopropyl phosphorodithioate 

All other 

Sulfurized butenes 

Sulfurlzed lard oil ■ 

Sulfurized olefins 

»Sulfurized sperm oil 

All other 

Maleic acid 

Maleic acid, tribasic lead salt 

Maleic acid esters 

»Maleic anhydride 

Maleic liquid 

Malic acid 

Malonlc acid 

Mannltol 

Mannitol hexanitrate 

Mercaptoacetic acid (Thioglycollc acid) 

»Mercaptoacetic acid (Thioglycollc acid) derivatives: 

2-Aminoethyl mercaptoacetate (Monoethanol amine thioglyoo 
late). 

^Ammonium mercaptoacetate (Ammonium thioglycolate) 

Calcium mercaptoacetate 

Iso-octyl mercaptoacetate 

Potassium mercaptoacetate 

Sodium mercaptoacetate 

2-Mercaptoethanol 

3-Mercapto-l,2-propanediol (Thioglycerol) 

Mercaptoproplonic acid 

Mesityl oxide 

Metal soaps of oxidized hydrocarbons 

Methacrylamide 



621. 










(A6. 










179, 


496, 


512. 






512. 










179, 


496, 


512. 






179, 


364. 








351. 










627. 










351. 










-ige. 










26A. 










2-^0. 










427, 


525, 


565. 






102, 


318. 








363. 










503. 










110, 


229, 


371, 


503, 


508. 


229, 


299. 








371, 


426. 








299. 










229, 


299, 


371, 


426, 


503. 


503. 










229, 


503. 








117. 










264. 










264. 










479. 










512. 










147. 










474, 


660. 








485. 










422. 










474, 


485. 








474, 


X. 








660. 










660. 










264, 


338. 








338. 










264, 


485, 


604, 


660, 


X. 


264, 


338, 


422, 


427, 


485, 660 


221, 


287, 


626. 






351. 










661. 










117, 


221, 


369, 


654. 




369. 










221, 


287. 








36. 










453. 










453. 










118, 


457. 








106, 


457. 








106, 


186, 


400, 


457, 


515. 


457. 










118, 


457. 








457. 










457. 










621. 










457. 










457. 










502, 


621. 








147. 










602. 











MISCELL\NEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



151 



TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAIS, ACYCLIC— Continued 



Methacrylate monomers above methyl 

Methacrylic acid 

Methacrylio acid, sodium salt 

Methanol, refined 

^Methanol, synthetic 

3-Methoxy-l-butanol 

»2-Methoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether) 

2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethanol (Diethylene glycol monomethyl 

ether) . 
2-[2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethoxy]ethanol (Triethylene glycol 

monomethyl ether) . 
2-[2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethoxy]ethyl acetate (Methoxytri- 

ethylene glycol acetate). 
2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethyl 2-methoxyethyl ether (Triethylene 
glycol dimethyl ether) . 

2-Methoxyethyl acetate 

Methoxypolyethylene glycol 

l-Methoxy-2-propanol 

3-(3-Methoxypropoxy)propanol (Dipropylene glycol, methyl 

ether) . 
3.[3-(3-Methoxypropoxy)propoxy]propanol (Tripropylene 
glycol methyl ether) . 

3-Methoxypropylamlne 

*Methyl acetate 

Methyl acetoacetate 

Methyl acrylate, monomer 

Methylal ( Dimethoxymethane ) 

2-Methylaminoethanol (N-Methylethanolamine) 

Methyl borate 

Methylboroxlne 

2-Methyl-3-buten-2-ol 

2-Methyl-l-buten-3-yne ( Isopropenylacetylene ) 

2-Methyl-3-butyn-2-ol 

2-Methylbutyric acid 

Methyl chloroformate 

Methyl cyanoacetate 

Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate 

Methyl dichloroaoetate 

N,N'-Methylenebisoctadecanamide 

Methyl ether (Dimethyl ether) 

Methyl formate 

N-Methylglucamine 

Methyl glycolate (Methyl hydroxyacetate) 

2,2'-(Methylimlno)diethanol (Methyl diethanolamine)-- 

2-Methyllactonitrile (Acetone cyanohydrin) 

Methylmagnesium bromide 

Methylraagnesium iodide 

Methyl methacrylate, monomer 

2-Methyl-2-nitro-l,3-propanediol 

2-Methyl-2-nitro-l-propanol 

2-Methyl-2,4-pentanediol (Hexylene glycol) 

<i-Methyl-2-pentanol (l-Methylisobutylcarbinol) 

A-Methyl-2-pentanone (Methylisobutyl ketone) 

"i-Methyl-2-pentanone oxime (Methylisobutyl ketoxime) 

2-Methylpentenal 

'i-Methyl-2-pentyl acetate 

3-Methyl-l-pentyn-3-ol (Methylparafynol) 

Methylpolyethanolamlne 

2-Methyl-2-propyl-l,3-propanedlol 

Methyl sulfate (Dimethyl sulfate) 

Methyl sulfide (Dimethyl sulfide) 

N-Methyltaurine 

2-Methylvaleraldehyde (2-Methylpentaldehyde) 

Methyl vinyl ether 

Mucochloric acid (2,3-Dichloro-3-formylacrylio acid) 

Nitrilotriacetic acid, tripotassium salt 

Nitroethane 

Nitromethane 

l-Nitropropane 

2-Nitropropane 



512, 
512, 
602. 
627. 
117, 
615. 
240, 
240, 



602. 
602. 



124, 210, 338, 346, 512, 529, 533, 615, 621. 



346, 621. 
346, 621. 



240, 621. 

621. 

127. 

621. 

618, 621. 
240. 
240. 

240. 



433, 573, 621, X. 
615. 



474. 

320, 

621. 

602, 

615. 

621. 

468, 584, 587. 

468. 

544. 

544. 

544. 

577. 

398. 

326. 

577. 

326, 484. 

216. 

X. 

512. 

512. 

X. 

621. 

602, X. 

196. 

196. 

244, 512, 602. 

533. 

533. 

502, 

502, 

502, 

535. 

451. 

621. 

544. 

525. 

320. 

512. 

55. 

525. 

320, 451, 621. 

525. 

595. 

616. 

533. 

533. 

533. 

533. 



621. 
621. 
621. 



152 



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TABLE 22B. 



-Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer , 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAl^, ACYCIJC— Continued 

Nonanoio acid (Pelargonio acid) 

Nonyl alcohol, nonperfume grade 

Nylon (Polyhexamethylene adipamlde) 

n-Octadecane 

1-Octadecene 

Ootadecenyl succinic anhydride 

Octadecyl isooyanate 

n-Octane 

1-Octanesulfonyl fluoride 

1-Octanethiol (n-Octyl meroaptan) 

Octanoic acid (Caprylic acid) 

Octanoio acid (Caprylic acid) salts: 

Aluminum octanoate 

Sodium octanoate 

*1-Octanol 

*2-0ctanol 

»2-0ctanone (Hexyl methyl ketone) 

3-Ootanone (Amyl ethyl ketone) 

Octanones, mixed 

Octanoyl chloride 

1-Octene 

l-(and 2-)0ctene 

2-Ootene 

Octenylsuccinio anhydride 

Oleamlde (Octadecene amide) 

»01eic acid salts: 

^Aluminum oleate 

Barium zinc oleate 

*Copper oleate 

Lead oleate 

Oleoyl chloride 

»Oxalic acid 

*Oxalic acid salts: 

Ammonium oxalate 

Calcium oxalate 

Ferric ammonium oxalate 

Ferric oxalate 

Ferric potassium oxalate 

Ferric sodium oxalate 

Potassium binoxalate 

Potassium oxalate 

Sodium binoxalate 

Sodium oxalate 

Oxalyl chloride 

Oxidized hydrocarbon mixtures, other than lubricating oil 
additives. 

3-Oxoeicosanoic acid (Stearoylacetlc acid), ethyl ester 

2-Oxohexamethylenimine (Caprolaotam) 

Palmitic acid salts: 

Aluminum palmitate 

*Zinc palmitate 

All other 

Palmitoyl chloride 

Paraformaldehyde 

Paraldehyde (Paracetaldehyde) 

»Pentaerythritol 

*Pentaerythritol tetranltrate 

2,4-Pentaiiedione (Acetylaoetone) 

2-Pentanone (Methyl propyl ketone) 

3-Pentanone (Diethyl ketone) 

Pentyl nitrate (Amyl nitrate) 

Perchloromethanethiol ( Perchloromethyl meroaptan) 

Peroxyaoetic acid 

■"^Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) 

*Phosphorus acid esters not elsewhere specified tsee also 
Plasticizers, Surface-Active Agents, Pesticides, Flo- 
tation reagents, and Lubricating oil additives): 

Bls(2-chloroethyl) vinyl phosphonate 

Bis(2-ethylhexyl) hydrogen phosphate 



576. 

238, 512. 

421. 

421. 

421. 

624. 

421. 

427. 

631. 

636. 

510. 

543. 

512. 

389, 602. 

321, 389, 565, 577, 602, 626. 

502. 

389. 

565. 

421. 

389. 

626. 

421. 

216. 

371, 503, 627. 

299. 

229, 371, 503. 

229, 371, 503. 

373, 389, 427, 476, 525. 

449, 627, 635, 646. 

635, 646. 

449. 

646. 

646. 

646. 

646. 

259, 303, 635. 

303, 635, 646. 

449. 

449, 627, 635. 

595. 

147. 



110, 


371, 


510. 




110, 


371, 


474, 


510. 


453. 








525, 


565. 






471, 


512, 


615. 




621. 








56, 


210, 


214, 


338, 471, 533, 654 


210, 


214, 


453 


512. 


621. 








621. 








621. 








420. 








271. 








670. 








398, 


401, 


512, 


520. 


117. 








170, 


621 







MISCELU\NEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



153 



TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in tatle 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAI3, ACYCLIC— Continued 

»Phosphorus acid esters not elsewhere specified — Continued 
Bis(2-ethylhexyl) and mono(2-ethyIhexyl) hydrogen 
phosphate. 

Bis(2-ethylhexyl) hydrogen phosphite 

Butyl phosphates (mono and di) 

Diohloropropyl chloropropanephosphonate 

Didodecyl and monododecyl hydrogen phosphate 

Ethyl phosphates (mono and di) 

Iso-octyl hydrogen phosphate 

Methyl phosphates (mono and di) 

Octadecenyl phosphates (Mono and dioleyl phosphates) 

Ootadecyl phosphates (Mono and distearyl phosphates) 

Pentyl phosphates (Mono and diamyl phosphates) 

Tributyl phosphate 

Tridecyl phosphite 

Triiso-octyl phosphite 

Trimethyl phosphite 

Trioctadecyl phosphate 

Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate 

Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphite 

Tris(2,3-di'bromopropyl) phosphate 

Tris(2-ethylhexyl) phosphite 

All other 

Pine oil, synthetic 

Polyacrylamide 

Polyacrylic acid 

*Polyacrylio acid salts: 

Ammonium polyacrylate 

Potassium polyacrylate 

Sodium polyacrylate 

Polyaorylonitrile 

Polyethoxyethylsorbitol 

•Polyethylene glycol 

Polyethylene oxide 

Polyethylene polysulfide 

Polyglycerol 

Polyglycols, ethylene glycol, and glyool-ether mixtures — 

Polypropylene glycol 

Propionaldehyde 

•Propionic acid 

Propionic acid salts: 

•Calcium propionate 

•Sodium propionate 

Zinc propionate 

Propionic anhydride 

Propionitrile 

Propionyl chloride 

Propyl acetate 

Propyl alcohol (Propanol) 

Propylene carbonate 

Propylene glycol (1,2-Propanedlol) 

Propylene glycol, mixed ethers 

Propylene glycol monofumarates 

Propylene oxide 

Propyl isocyanate 

Propyl "i-methylvalerate (Propyl Isocaproate) 

Propyl nitrate 

Propyne (Methylacetylene) 

2-Propyn-l-ol 

Rare sugars 

Ricinoleic acid salts: 

Barium ricinoleate 

Calcium ricinoleate 

d-Saocharic acid, calcium salt 

•Sarcosine (N-Methylaminoacetic acid) 

Sarcosine, sodium salt 

Sebaoic acid 

Semicarbaaide base 

Semioarbazide hydrochloride 



4^9. 

170, 676. 

449. 

427. 

449, 512. 

^9. 

170. 

427, 449. 

427. 

427. 

427, 449. 

324, 533. 

676. 

170. 

170. 

566. 

615. 

170. 

464. 

676. 

170, 338, 420. 

99. 

474. 

589. 

510, 

510, 

360, 

512. 

453. 

240, 346, 569, 618, 621 

621. 

589. 

371, 433. 

240. 

240, 

576, 

512, 



589. 
589. 
417, 589, 602. 



621. 
621. 
533, 577, 615, 621. 



512, 
512, 
303. 
577, 
621. 
451. 
615. 
615, 
618, 
240, 
240. 
291. 
240, 
395. 
533. 
420. 
544. 
525. 
287. 

351. 
187. 
646. 
413, 
616. 
389, 
213. 
213. 



577, 615, 621. 
577, 615, 621. 



621, X. 

621. 

615, 621, X. 



569, 615, 621. 



512, 525, 650. 
X. 



154 



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TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1958 — Continued 



Manufacturers ' identification numbers 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS, ACYCLIC— Continued 

•Sequestering agents: 

(Diethylenetrinitrilo)pentaacetio acid, monosodium hydro- 
gen ferric salt. 

(Diethylenetrinitrilo)pentaacetio acid, sodium salt ■.- 

N,N-Dthydroxyethylglycine, sodium salt 

»(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraaoetic acid (Ethylenediamine- 
tetraacetic acid). 
(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraaoetio acid, dihydrogen disodium 

salt. 
(Ethylenedinitrllo)tetraacetic acid, disodium calcium 

salt. 
(Bthylenedinltrilo)tetraacetic acid, disodium lead salt-- 
(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid, disodium manganous 

salt, dihydrate. 
(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid, disodium zinc salt, 

dihydrate. 
(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraaoetio acid, monohydrogen tri- 

sodium salt. 
(Ethylenedlnitrilo)tetraacetic acid, monosodium ferric 
salt. 

■»(Ethylenedinitrilo}tetraacetic acid, tetrasodium salt 

Glucoheptonic acid, sodium salt ■ — 

Hexahydroxyheptanoic acid, sodium salt 

(N-Hydroxyetl^lethylenedinitrilo)triacetic acid 

»(N-Hydroxyethylethylenedinltrilo)triacetic acid, tri- 
sodium salt. 

All other 

Silicones 

Sodium ethoxide 

Sodium ethyl oxalacetate 

Sodium formaldehydebisulfite 

»Sodium formaldehydesulfox-ylate 

Sodium isopropoxide (Sodium isopropylate) 

»Sodium methoxide (Sodium methylate) 

Sodium sorbitol borate 

Sorbic acid (2,'4-Hexadienoic acid) and potassium salt 

Sorbitol 

Soya nitrlle 

Soybean oil acyl chloride salt of sodium lysalbinate 

Stearamide (Octadecane amide) 

•Stearic acid salts: 

»Alumtnam monostearate 

•Aluminum distearate 

•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 

•Magnesium stearate 

•Zinc stearate 

All other 

Stearoyl chloride 

Succinic acid 

Succinic acid, sodium salt 

Succinic anhydride 

Succlnimide 

Succinonitrile 

Succlnyl peroxide 

Sucrose octa-acetate 

Tallow amide, hydrogenated 

Tallow fatty acyl chloride 

Tartaric acid _ 

Tartaric acid salts, nonmedioinal 



240 
287 
336 
616 
176 

616 
181 
326 
257 
595 
316 
372 
193 
453 
621 
453 
216 
61. 
512 

110 
110 
110 
110 
UO 
371 
110 
371 
371 
371 
110 
351 
371 
110 
110 
110 
453 
371 
196 
627 
117 
196 
474 
318 
621 
216 
525 
280 
627 



240. 

240, 525, 579, 616. 



579, 616. 



616. 

525, 616. 

510, 525, 548, 616. 

240, 616. 



635. 
571, 602. 



299, 326, 346, X. 



510, 627. 

140, 167, 371, 426, 474, 510, 5U, 627. 

140, 167, 371, 474, 510, 627 

371, 390, 510". 

167, 371, 510. 

UO, 167, 264, 351, 371, 426, 474, 510, 514, 627. 



299, 351, 371, 510, 613. 

371, 510. 

140, 167, 371, 510. 

140, 167, 371, 474, 510, 514, 627. 

140, 167, 371, 426, 474, 510, 514, 627. 

525. 
221. 



MISCELLANEOUS SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



155 



TABLE 22B. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production or sales 
were reported, identified by manufacturer, J55S— Continued 



Manufacturers ' Identification number 
(according to list in table 23) 



MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICA15, ACYCLIC— Continued 

n-Tetradecane 

1,1,3,3-Tetraethoxypropane 

Tetraethylene glycol 

Tetraethyllead 

Tetra(hexyl and octyl) silicates, mixed 

Tetrahydroxysuccinic acid (Dioxytartaric acid) 

Tetraisopropyl titanate 

Tetrakis (hydroxyiiiethyl)phosphonium chloride 

N, N, N ', N '-Tetrakis (2-hydroxypropyl) ethy lenediamine- 

Tetrame thy Isi lane 

Tetraoctyl orthosilicate 

Thioacetamide 

2,2'-Thiodiethanol (Thiodiethylene glycol) 

Thiolacetic acid 

Triallyl cyanurate 

Tributylphosphlne 

Trichloroacetyl chloride 

Trichloroethylsilane (Ethyl silicone trichloride) — 

Triohloromethy Isi lane 

Trlchloro-octadecylsilane 

Trichloropentylsilane 

Trichloroviny Isi lane '■ 

Triethoxyethy Isi lane 

Triethoxymethoxypropane 

Triethoxyvinylsilane 

Triethyl aoetylcltrate 

Triethylaluminum 

Triethylboron 

Triethyl citrate 

»Tri ethylene glycol 

Tri-2-ethylhexyl acetylcitrate 

Triethyl orthoacetate 

Triethyl orthoformate 

Triethyl orthopropionate 

Trifluoro-2-thenoylacetone 

Triisobutylaluminum 

Trimethoxyboroxine 

Trimethylaluminum 

Trimethyl borate azeotrope 

2,5,8-Trimethyl-'4-nonanone 

Trimethyl orthoformate 

2,2,4-Trimethyl-l,3-pentanedioI 

I,2,6-Tri(polypropoxypropyl)hexane 

Tripropylene glycol 

Undecenoic acid fUndecylenic acid) 

«Urea in compounds or mixtures, 100^ basis: 

^^In feed compounds 

*In liquid fertilizer 

*In solid fertilizer 

In plastics 

All other 

Urea peroxide 

»Vinyl acetate, monomer 

Xanthic acid, ethyl sodium salt 

»Zinc formaldehydesulfoxylate 



421. 
326. 
240, 
420, 
621. 
474. 
512. 
427. 
569. 
489. 
117. 
196, 
621. 
595. 
474. 
257. 
595. 
181, 
181. 
181. 
489. 
181, 
489. 
326. 
489. 
646. 
420, 
506. 
646. 
240, 
646. 
326, 
326. 
326. 



618. 
512. 



303, 595. 



346, 525, 529,. 618, 621. 
595. 



420. 

584, 644. 

420. 

64A. 

621. 

326. 

576. 

621. 

240. 

187, 450. 

138, 155, 445, 512, 529. 

124, 138, 155, 210, 445, 512, 529. 

138, 155, 445, 502, 512, 529. 

512. 

124, 445, 512, 529. 

670. 

512, 544, 6L5, 621. 

512. 

316, 571, 602. 



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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

Directory of Manufacturers 



The Directory of Manufacturers lists the companies that report their production of synthetic 
organic chemicals to the U. S. Tariff Commission. The name of each manufacturer is preceded 
by an identification number. 

For 1958, the Directory of Manufacturers lists 677 companies (see table 23), 13 more than 
for 1957. Some of the companies that report production of synthetic organic chemicals consume 
their entire output in further manufacturing. 

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 system makes it un- 
necessary to wait until all the schedules are returned before assigning the identification numbers, 
and greatly speeds the preparation of the tables in part III. Section 2 lists the companies in alpha- 
betical order, and gives the company address and plant locations. 



TABLE 23. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, 1958 

SECTION 1. NUMERICAL DIRECTORY 

[Names of synthatic organic chemical manufacturers who reported production or sales to the U.S. Tariff Commission 
for 1958 are listed below in the order of their identification numbers as used in tables in pt. III. See. 2 of 
this table lists these manufacturers alphabetically and gives their office and plant addresses] 



No. 



Name of company 



Name of company 



Robert & Co., Inc. 

Organic Chemical Corp. 

Gordon Chemical Co., Inc. 

Lake States Yeast & Chemical, Div. of 

Rhinelander Paper Co. 
Reliance Varnish Co., Inc. 
Robot Devices, Inc. 
Buckeye Cellulose Corp. 
Concord Chemical Co., Inc. 
Coopers Creek Chemical Corp. 
Parboil Co. 

Farrington, W. U. , Estate of 
Famow, Inc. 

Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc. 
Lever, C, Co., Inc. 
Wllmot & Cassidy, Inc. 
Vita-Var Corp. 
American Rock Wool Corp. 
George, P. D. , Co. 
Harbor Plywood Corp. 
Harris Standard Paint Co., Inc. 
Ironsides Resins, Inc. 
Knoedler Chemical Co. 
Mineral Oil Refining Co. 
Minnesota Paints, Inc. 
National Biochemical Co. 
Phelan-Faust Paint Manufacturing Co. 
Richardson Co. 
Scholler Bros., Inc. 
Seidlitz Paint & Varnish Co. 
United States Procaine Co., Inc. 
General Color Co., Inc. 
Marlowe-Van Loan Corp. 
Merkin, M. J., Paint Co., Inc. 
Standard Dyestuffs Corp. 
Boysen, Walter N., Co. 
American Bio-Synthetics Coirp. 
Jamestown Paint & Varnish Co. 
McWhorter Chemicals, Inc. 
Northwestern Chemical Co. 
Polyrez Co., Inc. 

Red Spot Paint & Varnish Co., Inc. 
Sipe, James B., & Co. 
Watertown Manufacturing Co. 
Crownoil Chemical Co., Inc. 
Triangle Chemical Co. 
Witte, John H., & Sons, Resin Div. 
Hanna Paint Manufacturing Co., Industrial Div. 
Nilok Chemicals, Inc. 



Nonweiler, A. P., Co. 

Ottawa Chemical Co. 

Peerless Color Co., Inc. 

Pitt-Consol Chemical Co. 

Standard Agricultural Chemicals, Inc. 

Van Dyk & Co., Inc. 

Crown Zellerbach Corp., Chemical Products Div. 

Delaware Chemicals, Inc. 

Farley & Loetscher Manufacturing Co. 

Great Western Sugar Co. 

Guyan Color &. Chemical Works. 

Hugglns, James, & Son, Inc. 

Kalide Corp. 

Kehew-Bradley Co. 

Leatex Chemical Co, 

Magnolia Petroleum Co. 

National Casein Co. 

Organics, Inc. 

Perry & Derrick Co., Inc. 

Simpson Redwood Co. 

Wilson Laboratories Div. of Wilson & Co., Inc. 

Merrell, to. S., Co. 

Atlantic Chemical Corp. 

Kennecott Copper Corp. (Chino Mines Div.) 

Ritter, F., & Co. 

Davis, H. B., Co. 

Emkay Chemical Co. 

Gordon Chemicals, Inc. 

Insular Chemical Corp. 

Keystone Color Works, Inc. 

Rock Hill Printing & Finishing Co. 

Sandoz, Inc., Fine Colors Div. 

Solar Chemical Corp. 

American Aniline & Extract Co., Inc. 

American Marietta Co. (Ferbert-Schomdorfer Co. Div.) 

Armstrong Cork Co. 

Bennett's. 

American Marietta Co. (Booty Resineers Div.) 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc. 

Chemical Insecticide Corp. 

Clover Chemical Co. 

Delhi-Taylor Oil Corp. 

Florida Chemical Co., Inc. 

Fuller, H. B., Co., of Ohio. 

General Foods Corp., Maxwell House Div. 

International Minerals & Chemical Corp. 

Amalgamated Chemical Corp. 

Amchem Products, Inc. 

Apex Chemical Co., Inc. 



DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS 

TABLE 23. -Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, 1958 — Continued 



157 



Name of company 



Name of company 



Atlas Refinery, Inc. 

Crosby Chemicals, Inc. 

Meyer, J., & Sons, Inc. 

Stansbury Chemical Co., Inc. 

Cadet Chemical Corp. 

California Spray Chemical Corp. 

Escambia Chemical Corp. 

Foremost Food & Chemical Co., El Dorado Div. 

Halby Products Co., Inc. 

Jewel Paint & Varnish Co. 

Jones-Blair Paint Co., Inc. 

Kyanize Paints, Inc. 

Leffingwell Chemical Co. 

Lueders, George, Sc Co. 

Uiranol Chemical Co., Inc. 

Remington Arms Co., Inc. 

Salvo Chemical Corp. 

Wamer-Jenkinson Manufacturing Co. 

Marx, Max, Color & Chemical Co. 

Monsanto Chemical Co. 

Rayette, Inc., Chemical Div. 

Standard -Tooh-Chemicals, Inc. 

Jergens, Andrew, Co. 

Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. (Blockson 

Chemical Co. Div.) 
Keysor Chemical Co. 
Sonne l>orn, L. , Sons, Inc. 
Spencer Chemical Co. 
Motomco, Inc. 
Ad -Co Color Corp. 
Ansul Chemical Co. 
Carpenter-Morton Co. 
Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp. 
Odessa Butadiene Co. 
Old Hickory Chemical Co., Inc. 
Ortho Chemical Corp. 
Osborn, C. J., Co. 
Ottol Oil Co. 

Werner Drug & Chemical Co. 
American Marietta Co. 
Oilman Paint & Varnish Co. 
Deere & Co., Grand River Chemical Div. 
Greenwood Textile Supply Co. 
Parsons, M. W., Plymouth, Inc. 
Phoenix Oil Co. 
Poughkeepsie Dyestuff Corp. 
Soluol Chemical Co., Inc. 
Synvar Corp. 
Trask, Arthur C, Co. 
Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
Alox Corp. 

American Synthetic Rubber Corp. 
Baker, J. T., Chemical Co. (Taylor Chemical 

Div.) 
Bates Chemical Co. 
Cosden Petroleum Corp. 
Crown Tar & Chemical Works, Inc. 
Edison, Thomas A., Industries, McGraw-Edison 

Co. 
Firestone Tire a Rubber Co. (Synthetic Rubber 

& Latex Div.) 
Grace, W. R., &; Co. (Grace Chemical Co. Div.) 
Grain Processing Corp. 
Heterochemical Corp. 
Jones -Dabney Co. 

Kennecott Copper Corp. (Utah Copper Div.) 
Moretex Chemical Products, Inc. 
Pennsylvania Industrial Chemical Corp. 
Pennsylvania Refining Co. 
Petro-Tex Chemical Corp. 
Pratt & Lambert, Inc. 
Spaulding Fibre Co., Inc. 
Suntide Refining Co. 



167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
17^ 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
18A 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
19/4 
195 
196 

197 
198 
199 
200 

201 
202 
203 
20^ 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
2U 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
22^; 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
23A 
235 
236 
237 



Synthetic Products Co. 

Tousey Varnish Co. 

United States Pipe Sc Foundry Co. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp. 

American Oil Co. (Texas) 

Productol Co. 

Chemico, Inc. 

Crown Chemical Corp. 

Kendall Refining Co. 

Mona Industries, Inc. 

Nelson-Wells & Co. 

Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories. 

American Maize Products Co. 

Continental -Diamond Fibre Corp. 

Dow Coming Corp. 

LaMotte Chemical Products Co. 

Lebanon Chemical Corp. 

Ohio Chemical & Surgical Equipment Co. 

Rubber Corp. of America. 

Summit Chemical Products Corp. 

Baker Castor Oil Co. 

Armour & Co. (Armour Pharmaceutical Co. Div.) 

Burkart-Schier Chemical Co. 

Chemlek Laboratories, Inc. 

Grant, Foster, Co., Inc. 

Kohnstamm, H., & Co., Inc. 

Lyle Branchf lower Co. 

Borg-Wamer Corp., Marbon Chemical Div. 

Vanderbilt Chemical Corp. 

Arapahoe Chemicals, Inc., Sc Arapahoe Special 

Products, Inc. 
Arco Co. 

Drug Processors, Inc. 
Leonard Refineries, Inc. 
Marathon Div. of American Can Co., Chemical Sales 

Dept. 
New York & Pennsylvania Co. 
Perkins Glue Co. 
Presto Plastic Products Co. 
Purex Corp., Ltd. 
Richfield Oil Corp. 
Riker Laboratories, Inc. 
Siddall, George F., Co., Inc. 
Universal Detergents, Inc. 
Nease Chemical Co., Inc. 
Hercules Powder Co. 
Hodag Chemical Corp. 
Berkshire Color & Chemical Co. 
Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc. 
Trojan Powder Co. 
Uhlich, Paul, & Co., Inc. 
Armour & Co. (Chemical Div.) 
Edcan Laboratories. 

Grace, W. R., & Co. (Dewey & Almy Chemical Co. Div.) 
International Paper Co. 
Metro-Atlantic, Inc. 

Allied Chemical Corp. (National Aniline Div.) 
R. S. A. Corp. 

Raybestos Div. of Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc. 
Refined Products Corp. 

Sterling Drug, Inc. (Wtnthrop Laboratories Div.) 
American Viscose Corp. 
American Viscose Corp. (Film Div.) 
Proctor Chemical Co., Inc. 
Shepherd Chemical Co. 
Standard Chemical Products, Inc. 
Paul-Lewis Laboratories, Inc. 
United Rubber & Chemical Co. 
Wetherill, George D. , Varnish Co. 
Kali Manufacturing Co. 
Laros, R. K. , Co. 
Schwarz Laboratories, Inc. 
Carus Chemical Co., Inc. 



Inc. 



Inc. 



158 



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TABLE 23. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers , J958 —Continued 



Name of company 



Name of company 



295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 

301 
302 
303 



Chemstrand Corp. 

Dickinson Briquetting Co. 

Dow Chemical Co. 

General Petroleum Corp. 

Hooker Chemical Corp. (Durez Plastics Div.) 

Long, Charles R., Jr., Co. 

U. S. Plastic Products CoiT. 

Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Co. 

Standard Chlorine Chemical Co., Inc. 

Standard Ultramarine & Color Co. 

Texas -U. S. Chemical Co. 

Thompson -Hayward Chemical Co. 

Burroughs -Wellcome & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc. 

Sandoz, Inc. 

Cleary, W. A., Corp. 

Frisch & Co. , Inc. 

General Electric Co. 

Peerless Chemical Co., Inc. 

Standard Naphthalene Products Co., Inc. 

Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. (Fine 

Chemicals Dept.) 
Taylor Fibre Co. 
City Chemical Corp. 
Consolidated Paint Co. 
France, Campbell & Darling, Inc. 
Heyden Newport Chemical Corp. (Newport 

Industries Co. Div.) 
Appleton Coated Paper Co. 
Carlisle Chemical Works, Inc. 
Cook Paint & Varnish Co. 
Maney, Paul, Laboratories, Inc. 
Atlas Processing Co. 
Hartman-Leddon Co. 
Specific Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 
American Alcolac Corp. 
Calhio Chemicals, Inc. 
Chemical Products Corp. 
Detrex Chemical Industries, Inc. 
Dye Specialties Corp., Inc. 
Ethyl-Dow Chemical Co. 
Medical Chemicals Corp. 
Iforwear Paint Co. 
Clin Mathieson Chemical Corp. (Squibb, E. R., 

& Sons Div.) 
Southern Textile Chemical Corp. 
Stauffer Chemical Co. 
Western Dry Color Co. 
Wheeler, Reynolds & Stauffer. 

Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. (Westvaco 
Chlor-Alkali Div. & Westvaco Mineral 
Products Div. ) 

Buckman Laboratories, Inc. 

Diamond Alkali Co. 

Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co., Inc. 

Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc. 

Brown Co. 

Cockerville, Inc. 

DeSoto Paint and Varnish Co. 

Kessler Chemical Co., Inc. 

Knapp Products, Inc. 

Lever Brothers Co. 

American Marietta Co. (Sinclair & Valentine 
Co. Div.) 

Solvent Chemical Co., Inc. 

Tennessee Corp. 

Thompson Chemical Co. 

Diversey Corp. 

Harshaw Chemical Co. 

Merichem Co., Div. of Jefferson Lake Sulphur 
Co. 

Rinshed-Mason Co. 

Southern Sizing Co. 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Co. 



30<; 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
3U 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 

325 
326 

327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 

354 
355 

356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 

362 
363 
364 

365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 



Patent Chemicals, Inc. 

Stein, Hall & Co., Inc. 

Synthetic Chemicals, Inc. 

Varcum Chemical Corp. 

Union Oil Co. of California. 

United States Borax Research Corp. 

Florasynth Laboratories, Inc. 

Levey, Fred'k. H., Co., Inc. 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 

Moore, Benjamin, & Co. 

Petroleum Chemicals, Inc. 

Roma Chemical Corp. 

Royce Chemical Co. 

Texas Co. 

Wallace fi Tieman, Inc. (Lucidol Div.) 

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 

Fries Bros., Inc. 

Verley Chemical Co., Inc. 

Bird & Son, Inc., Floor Covering Div. 

Felton Chemical Co., Inc. 

Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. (Chemicals & 

Plastics Div. ) 
Gillock Chemical Co. 
Kay-Fries Chemicals, Inc. 
Texas Butadiene & Chemical Corp. 
Tex Chemical Co. 
Beech-Nut Life Savers, Inc. 
General Mills, Inc. 
Hoechst Chemical Corp. 
Pan American Petroleum Corp. 
Socony Paint Products Co. 
Dykem Co. 

Gane's Chemical Works, Inc. 
Pfister Chemical Works, Inc. 
Federal Color Laboratories, Inc. 
Gulf Oil Corp. 

Holland Color & Chemical Co. 
Keystone Chemurgic Corp. 
Northwest Natiiral Gas Co. 
Schering Corp. 
Shell Oil Co. 

Smith, Kline & French Laboratories. 
Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. 
Chemfax, Inc. 
Berk, F. W., & Co. , Inc. 
Catalin Corp. of America. 
Foster-Heaton Co. 
National Lead Co. 
Bryant Chemical Corp. 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. (Firestone Plastics Co. 

Div.) 
Interchemioal Corp. (Color & Chemicals Div.) 
New York Color & Chemical Co. , Div. of American 

Dyewood Co. 
Old Colony Tar Co., Inc. 
Ruberoid Co. 

Schaefer Varnish Co., Inc. 
Industrial Dyestuff Co. 

Jordan, Jr., W. H. 4 F. , Xfanufacturlng Co. 
Nepera Chemical Co., Div. of Warner-Lambert 

Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. 
Neville Chemical Co. 
Quaker Oats Co. 
Sheffield Chemical Co., Div. of National Dairy 

Products Corp. 
Baltimore Pednt and Chemical Corp. 
Givaudan Corp. 
Humble Oil and Refining Co. 
Pabst Brewing Co. 
Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Co. 

American-Marietta Co. (Southern Dyestuff Co. Div.) 
Witco Chemical Co., Inc. 



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159 



TABLE 23. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers , i95S--Continued 



Name of company 



Benzol Products Co. 

Sun Chemical Corp. (Warwick Chemical Co. Div.) 

Allied Chemical Corp. (Semet-Solvay Petro- 
chemical Div. ) 

Kelly, John F. , Co. 

Maywood Chemical Works. 

Orbis Products Corp. 

Stange, Wm. J., Co. 

Brown, Andrew, Co. 

Chemical Manufacturing Co., Inc. 

Chemical Process Co. 

Cowles Chemical Co. 

Dawe's Laboratories, Inc. 

Fuller, W. P., & Co. 

Penick, S. B., & Co. 

Phillips Chemical Co. 

Publicker Industries, Inc. 

Tar Distilling Co., Inc. 

Wallace & Tieman, Inc. (Harchem Div.) 

Dexter Chemical Corp. 

Dominion Products, Inc. 

Maumee Chemical Co. 

Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Co. 

Archer- Dsmiels-Midland Co. 

Carwin Co. 

Central Paint St Varnish Works, Inc. 

Ciba Products Corp. 

Delmar Chemical Co. , Inc. 

Fritzsche Bros., Inc. 

Morton Chemical Co. 

S & W Chemical Co., Inc. 

Schuylkill Chemical Co. 

Washburn, T. F. , Co. 

Alkydol Laboratories, Inc. 

Capital Plastics, Inc. 

Chemagro Corp. 

Esso Standard Oil Co. 

General Tire & Rubber Co., Chemical Div. 

H. M. Chemical Co., Ltd. 

Harsyd Chemicals, Inc. 

Metalsalts Corp. 

Seamco Chemical Co. 

Sterling Drug, Inc. (Hilton-Davis Chemical Co. Div.) 

Treplow Products, Inc. 

United Cork Co. 

Whlttemore-Wright Co., Inc. 

Alco Oil & Chemical Corp. 

Dan River Mills, Inc. 

Douglas Chemical Corp. 

Ethyl Corp. 

Humphrey-Wi 1 Id nson. Inc. 

Oronite Chemical Co. 

Colgate-Palmolive Co. 

Commonwealth Color & Chemical Co. 

Com Products Co. 

Heyden Newport Chemical Corp. (Nuodex Products 
Co. Div.) 

Hooker Chemical Corp. 

Marden-Wild Corp. 

Grace, W. R. , & Co. (Polymer Chemicals Div.) 

Shawinlgan Resins Corp. 

U. S. Oil Co. 

U. S. Rubber Co., Naugatuck Chemical Div. 

Colton Chemical Co., Div. of Air Reduction 
Co., Inc. 

Kentucky Color 4 Chemical Co., Inc. 

Pilot California Co. 

Plastics Engineering Co. 

Bios Laboratories, Inc. 

Delta Chemical Works, Inc. 

Lemke, B. L. , & Co., Inc. 

Allied Chemical Corp. (Solvay Process Div.) 

Lilly, Eli, & Co. 



AA2 
AA3 
A44 
445 
446 
447 
448 

449 
450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 

473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 
493 

494 
495 
496 

497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 
506 
507 



Name of company 



Magruder Color Co., Inc. 

National Petro- Chemicals Corp. 

Peck's Products Co. 

Sohio Petroleum Co. 

Southern Resin Glue Co. 

Tennessee Products & Chemical Corp. 

U. S. Industrial Chemicals Co., Div. of National 
Distillers & Chemical Corp. 

Victor Chemical Works. 

Wallace & Tieman, Inc. 

Abbott Laboratories, 

Acme Resin Corp. 

Atlas Powder Co. 

Berkeley Chemical Corp. 

Eddystone Manufacturing Co. 

Endo Laboratories, Inc. 

Evans Chemetics, Inc. 

Farmers' Chemical Co. 

Grand Rapids Varnish Corp. 

Great Southern Chemical Corp. 

Heresite & Chemical Co. 

Krystall Chemical Co. 

Marblette Corp. 

Michigan Chemical Corp. 

Miles Laboratories, Inc. 

Odessa Styrene Co. 

UBS Chemical Corp. 

American Potash & ChemiceLl Corp. 

Dodd, Donald A. 

Collway Colors, Inc. 

Heyden Newport Chemical Corp. 

van Ameringen-Haebler, Div. of International Flavors 
and Fragrances, Inc. 

Atlantic Refining Co. 

American Cyanamid Co. 

Coast Paint & Lacquer Co. 

DePaul Chemical Co., Inc. 

Esso Standard Oil Co. (Louisiana Div.) 

Hexagon Laboratories, Inc. 

Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. 

Up.iohn Co. 

Quaker- Chemical Products Corp. 

fiiverdale Chemical Co. 

Deecy Products Co. 

Parke, Davis & Co. 

Sinclair Refining Co. 

Hoffmann- LaRoche, Inc. 

Koppers Co., Inc. (Chemicals & Eyestuffs Div.) 

Synco Resins, Inc. 

Uhion Carbide Corp. (Silicones Div.) 

Sun Oil Co. 

Warren Paint & Color Co. 

Althouse Chemical Co., Inc. 

Universal Oil Products Co. (Universal Polychem Manu- 
facturing Div. ) 

Bristol Laboratories, Inc. 

Chllds Pulp Colors, Inc. 

Clinton Com Processing Co., Div. of Standard 
Brands, Inc. 

Continental Oil Co. 

Fiber Chemical Corp. 

Fibreboard Paper Products Corp. 

Midland Industrial Finishes Co. 

Pure Oil Co. 

Shell Chemical Corp. 

Stresen-Reuter, Fred'k. , A., Inc. 

Petrolite Corp., Tretollte Co. Div. 

Brooklyn Color Works, Inc. 

Koppers Co., Inc. (Plastics Div.) 

Union Carbide Corp. (Union Carbide Plastics Co. 
Div.) 

Advance Solvents & Chemical Div. of Carlisle Chemi- 
cal Works, Inc. 



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TABLE 23. --Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, i95S --Continued 



No. 


Name of company 


No. 


NamSi of compEiny 


509 


Astra Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 


579 


Glyco Chemicals, Div. of Chas. L. Huisklng & Co., 


510 


Nopoo Chemical Co. , Inc. 




Inc. 


511 


Phillips Petroleum Co. 


580 


Sun Chemical Corp. (Pigment Div.) 


512 


duPont de Nemours, E. I., & Co., Inc. 


581 


Ultra Chemical Works, Inc. , Div. of Witco Chemical 


513 


Planetary Chemical Co., Inc. 




Co. 


5X4 


Crown Chemical Co. , Dlv. of Joseph Turner & Co. 


582 


American Aliyd Industries. 


515 


Helene Curtis Industries, Inc. 


583 


Ampruf Paint Co. of N. J., Inc. 


516 


Concord Dyeing & Finishing Co., Inc. 


584 


Gallery Chemical Co. 


517 


Hall, C. P., Co. of Illinois. 


585 


Gary Chemicals, Inc. 


518 


Hoffman- Taff, Inc. 


586 


Gamma Chemical Corp. 


519 


Lakeside Laboratories, Inc. 


587 


Staijffer Chemical Co. , Anderson Chemical Co. Div. 


520 


Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 


588 


Columbia Organic Chemicals, Inc. 


521 


Sherwin-Williams Co. 


589 


Goodrich, B. F. , Co., B. F. Goodrich Chemical Co. 


522 


Swift & Co. 




Div. 


523 


Wilson Organic Chemicals, Inc. 


590 


National Southern Products Corp. 


52A 


Woonsocket Color & Chemical Co. 


591 


Thiokol Chemical Corp. 


525 


General Aniline & Film Corp., Eyestuff & 


592 


Bioferm Corp. 




Chemical Div. 


593 


California Ink Co., Inc. 


526 


Coastwise Petroleum Co. 


594 


Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical Corp. 


527 


McCloskey Varnish Co. 


595 


Eastman Kodak Co. 


528 


Thomasset Colors, Inc. 


596 


Johnson, S. C, & Son, Inc. 


529 


Allied Chemical Corp. (Nitrogen Div.) 


597 


O'Brien Corp. 


530 


Interchemical Corp. (Finishes Div.) 


598 


Poly Resins, Inc. 


531 


Searle, G. D. , & Co. 


599 


Premium Chemicals,. Inc. 


532 


Westvllle Laboratories. 


600 


Rezolin, Inc. 


533 


Commercial Solvents Corp. 


601 


Ritter Chemical Co., Inc. 


534 


EaMns, J. S. & W. R. , Inc. 


602 


Rohm & Haas Co. 


535 


Ames Laboratories, Inc. 


603 


Visco Products Co. 


536 


Ansbacher-Siegle Corp. , Div. of Sun Chemical 


604 


White & Bagley Co. 




Corp. 


605 


Great American Plastics Co. 


537 


Scherer, R. P. , Corp. 


606 


Meta Chemical Corp. 


538 


Vitamins, Inc. 


607 


Dunne, Frank W., Co. 


539 


Colonial Siigars Co. 


608 


Fine Organics, Inc. 


540 


Koppers Co., Inc. (Tar Products Dlv.) 


609 


Krumbhaar Chemicals, Inc. 


541 


Lewis Tar Products Co. 


610 


Norda Essential Oil & Chemical Co., Inc. 


542 


Montrose Chemical Corp. of California, 


611 


Hampden Color & Chemical Co. 


543 


Chemo-Puro Manufacturing Corp. 


612 


Specialty Resins Co. 


544 


Air Reduction Chemical Co. 


613 


Standard Oil Co. of California, Western Operations, 


545 


Collett-Week Corp. 




Inc. 


546 


Mamingstar Paisley, Inc. 


614 


White & Hodges, Inc. 


547 


Velsicol Chemical Corp. 


615 


Celanese Corp. of America. 


548 


Hart Products CoiTp. 


616 


Geigy Chemical Corp. 


549 


Goodrich-Gulf Chemicals, Inc. 


617 


Emery Industries, Inc. 


550 


Oil & Chemical Products, Inc. 


618 


Jefferson Chemical Co., Inc. 


551 


Surf act- Co., Inc. 


619 


Kilsdonk Chemical Corp. 


552 


Tanner, Charles S., Co. 


620 


Vineland Chemical Co. 


553 


Arnold, Hoffman & Co., Inc. 


621 


Union Carbide Chemicals Co., Div. of Union Carbide 


554 


Imperial Color Chemical & Paper Corp. 




Corp. 


555 


Augusta Chemical Co. 


622 


Maas & Waldstein Co. 


556 


Jennison-Wright Corp. 


623 


Blackman, Stanley, Laboratories, Inc. 


557 


Rellly Tar & Chemical Corp. 


624 


Mobay Chemical Co. 


558 


Republic Creosoting Co. 


625 


Polychemical Laboratories, Inc. 


559 


Cutter Laboratories^ 


626 


Allied Chemical Corp. (Plastics St Coal Chemicals 


560 


Bruder, M. A. , & Sons, Inc. 




Div.) 


561 


Frontier Chemical Co. , Div. of Vulcan Materials 


627 


Mallinckrodt Chemical Works. 




Co. 


628 


Erdmann Chemical Co., Inc. 


562 


Kolker Chemical Corp. 


629 


Merck & Co., Inc. 


563 


National Polychemicals, Inc. 


630 


Wyeth Laboratories, Inc., Div. of American Home 


564 


Staley, A. E. , Manufacturing Co. 




Products Corp. 


565 


Trubek Laboratories, 


631 


Pennsalt Chemicals Corp. 


566 


Perrautit Co., Div. of Pfaudler Permutit, Inc. 


632 


Industrial Products, Inc. 


567 


Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 


633 


Wica Co., Inc. 


568 


Belle Chemical Co. , Inc. 


634 


Alliance Color & Chemical Co. 


569 


Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. 


635 


Allied Chemical Corp. (General Chemical Div.) 


570 


Freeman Chemical Corp. 


636 


Drew, E. F. , & Co., Inc. 


571 


Wolf, Jacques, & Co. 


637 


Valchem. 


572 


Armstrong Paint & Varnish Works, Inc. 


638 


Ashland Oil & Refining Co. 


573 


Borden Chemical Co. 


639 


Young Aniline Works, Inc. 


574 


Keystone Paint & Varnish Corp. 


640 


Onyx Oil & Chemical Co. 


575 


LaSalle Chemical Co. 


641 


Shulton, Inc. 


576 


Eastman Kodak Co., Texas Eastman Co. Div. 


642 


Gordon- Lacey Chemical Products Co., Inc. 


577 


Eastman Kodak Co., Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 


643 


Inland Steel Container Co. 


578 


Sumner Chemical Co. , Div. of Miles Labora- 


644 


Montrose Chemical Co. 




tories, Inc. 


645 


Houghton, E. F. , & Co. 



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161 



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No. 


Name of ooii5)aiiy 


No. 


Name of company 


646 


Pfizer, Charles, & Co., Inc. 


662 


Process Chemicals Co. 




647 


Loven Chemical Co. of California. 


663 


Calcasieu Chemical Corp. 




648 


Norwich Pharmacal Co. 


664 


Bzura, Inc. 




649 


Glldden Co. 


665 


Sterling Drug, Inc. (National Brands Div. ) 




650 


Verona- Pharma Chemical Corp. 


666 


Vickers Petroleum Co., Inc. 




651 


May, Otto B. , Inc. 


667 


Schenectady Varnish Co., Inc. 




652 


Stepan Chemical Co. 


668 


Sonoco Products Co. 




653 


Alframine Corp. 


669 


Synthron, Inc . 




654 


Heichhold Chemicals, Inc. 


670 


Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. (Becco Chemicals 




655 


Toms River-Cincinnati Chemical Corp. 




Div.) 




656 


Universal Western Chemical Corp. 


671 


Gallowhur Chemical Corp. 




657 


King, 0. L., & Co. 


672 


McGean Chemical Co. 




658 


West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., Polychemlcals 


673 


Thompson Chemicals Corp. 






Dlv. 


674 


National Starch Products, Inc. 




659 


Roberts Chemicals, Inc. 


675 


Pantasote Co. , Eleanora Chemical Dlv. 




660 


Lubrizol Corp. 


676 


Hooker Chemical Corp., Phosphorus Div. 




661 


Ferro Chemical Corp. 


677 


Chase Chemical Corp. 





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TABLE 23. — Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, 1958 — Continued 

SECTION 2. ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 

^Names of synthetic organic chemical manufacturers who reported production or sales to the U.S. Tariff Commission 
for 1958 are listed below alphabetically, together with their identification numbers as used In tables in pt. III. 
Sec. 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 t-- 

Ad-Co Color Corp 

Advance Solvents & Chemical' Dlv. of 

Carlisle Chemical Works, Inc. 
Air Reduction Chemical Co 

Alco Oil & Chemical Corp 

Alframine Corp 

Alkydol Laboratories, Inc 

Alliance Color &. Chemical Co 

Allied Chemical Corp.: 

General Chemical Div 

National Aniline Div 

Nitrogen Div 

Plastics Sc Coal Chemicals Dlv 

Semet-Solvay Petrochemical Div 

Solvay Process Div 

Alox Corp 

Althouse Chemical Co., Inc 

Amalgamated Chendoal Corp 

Amchem Products, Inc 

American Alcolac Corp 

American Aliyd Industries 

American Aniline Sc Extract Co., Inc- 

American Bio-Synthetios Corp 

American Cyanamid Co 



American Maize Products Co 

American Marietta Co 

Booty Resineers Div 

Ferbert-Schorndorfer Co. Div 

Sinclair & Valentine Co. Div 

Southern Dyestuff Co. Div ■ 

American Oil Co. (Texas) 

American Potash & Chemical Corp 

American Rock Wool Corp 

American Synthetic Rubber Corp 

American Viscose Corp 

Film Div 

Ames Laboratories, Inc 

Ampruf Paint Co. of N.J., Inc 

Ansbacher-Siegl« Corp., Div. of Sun 

Chemical Corp. 

Ansul Chemical Co 

Apex Chemical Co., Inc 

Appleton Coated Paper Co 

Arapahoe Chemicals, Inc., & Arapahoe 

Special Products, Inc. 
Archer-Daniels-Midland Co 

Aroo Co 

Armour & Co . : 

Armour Pharmaceutical Co. Div 

Chemical Div 



14th St. and Sheridan Rd., North Chicago, 111. 

1<;01 Circle Ave., Forest Park, 111. 

66 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N.J. 

500 Jersey Ave., New Brunswick, N.J. 



New York 17, N.Y. (Calvert City, Ky., and Bound 

Philadelphia 34, Pa. 
N.J. 



150 E. 42d St 
Brook, N.J. 
Trenton Ave. and William St., 
72-76 Putnam St., Paterson 4, 
3242 S. 50th Ave., Cicero 50, 111. 
33 Avenue P, Newark 5, N.J. 

40 Rector St., New York 6, N.Y. (Danville, 111.; Baton Rouge, La.; 

Baltimore, Md.; Buffalo, N.Y.; and Marcus Hook, Pa.). 
40 Hector St., New York 6, N.Y. (Buffalo, N.Y.; 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, N.Y. (Fairfield, Ala.; Calumet City and 

Chicago, 111.; Detroit, Mich.; Edgewater and Whippany, N.J.; 

Ironton, Toledo, and Youngstown, Ohio; and Bethlehem, Frankford, 

and Philadelphia, Pa.). 
40 Rector St., New York 6 (Tonawanda), N.Y. 
P.O. Box 271, Syracuse 1 (Solvay Village), N.Y. 
3943 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 
540 Pear St., Reading, Pa. 

Ontario and Rorer Sts., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 
Ambler, Pa. 

3440 Fairfield Rd., Baltimore 26, m. 
Broad and 14th Sts., Carlstadt, N.J. 
Venango and F Sts., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 
710 W. National Ave., Milwaiikee 4, Wis. 
30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20, N.Y. (Azusa, Calif.; Stamford and 

Wallingford, Conn.; Avondale, La.; Bound Brook, Linden, Newark, 

Princeton, and Woodbridge, N.J.; Pearl River, N.Y.; Charlotte, 

N.C.; Marietta, Ohio; Bridgeville, Pa.; Damascus, Va.j and Willow 

Island, W. Va.). 
250 Park Ave., New York 17, N.Y. 
3400 13th Ave., SW., Seattle 4, Wash. 
42 S. 3d St., Newark, Ohio. 
12815 Elmwood Ave., Cleveland 11, Ohio. 
611 W. 129th St., New York 27, N.Y. 
P.O. Box 10098, Charlotte 1, N.C. 
P.O. Box 401, Texas City, Tex. 

3000 W. 6th St., Lds Angeles 54 (Vernon), Calif. 
401 Arlington Ave., Torrance, Calif. 
P.O. Box 360, Louisville 1, Ky. 

1617 Pennsylvania Blvd., Philadelphia 3 (Meadvllle), Pa. 
1617 Pennsylvania Blvd., Philadelphia 3, Pa. (Meadvllle, Pa., and 

Fredericksburg, Va. ). 
132 Water St., S. Norwalk, Conn. 
416 Boulevard, E. Paterson, N.J. 
92 Chestnut Ave., Staten Island 5, N.Y. 

1 Stanton St., Marinette, Wis. 
200 S. First St., Elizabethport 1, N.J. 
1200 N. Meade St., Appleton, Wis. 
2800 Pearl St., Boulder, Colo. 

700 Investors Bldg., Minneapolis 2, Minn, (los Angeles, Calif.; 

Pensaoola, Fla.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Valley Park, Mo.; and Newark, 

N.J.). 
7301 Bessemer Ave., Cleveland 27, Ohio. 

Box 511, Kankakee (Bradley), 111. 

1355 W. 31st St., Chicago 9 (MoCook) , 111. 



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Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given In 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Armstrong Cork Co 

Annstrong Paint & Varnish Works, Inc- 
Arnold, Hoffman & Co., Inc 

Ashland Oil & Refining Co 

Astra Pharmaceutical Products, Inc — 

Atlantic Chemical Corp 

Atlantic Refining Co 

Atlas Powder Co 

Atlas Processing Co 

Atlas Refinery, Inc 

Augusta Chemical Co 

Baker Castor Oil Co 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Co 

Taylor Chemical Div 

Baltimore Paint & Chemical Corp 

Bates Chemical Co 

Beech-Nut Life Savers, Inc 

Belle Chemical Co., Inc 

Bennett's 

Benzol Products Co 

Berk, F. W., & Co., Inc 

Berkeley Chemical Corp 

Berkshire Color & Chemical Co 

Bioferm Corp 

Bios Laboratories, Inc 

Bird & Son, Inc., Floor Covering Div- 
Blackman, Stanley, Laboratories, Inc- 
Borden Chemical Co 



Borg-Wamer Corp., Marbon Chemical Div 
Boysen, Walter N., Co 

Bristol Laboratories, Inc 

Brooklyn Color Works, Inc 

Brown Co 

Brown, Andrew, Co 

Bruder, M. A. , & Sons, Inc 

Bryant Chemical Corp 

Buckeye Cellulose Corp 

Buckman Laboratories, Inc 

Burkart-Schler Chemical Co 

Burroughs-Wellcome & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc 

Bzura, Inc 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc 

Cadet Chemical Corp 

Calcasieu Chemical Corp 

Calhio Chemicals, Inc 

California Ink Co., Inc 

California Spray Chemical Corp 

Callery Chemical Co 

Capital Plastics, Inc 

Carlisle Chemical Works, Inc 

Carpenter-Morton Co 

Carus Chemical Co., Inc 

Carwln Co 

Cary Chemicals, Inc 

Catalin Corp. of America 

Celanese Corp. of America- 

Marco Products Div- 

Central Paint & Varnish Works, Inc 

Chase CheTnlcal Corp 

Chemagro Corp 

Chemfax, Inc 

Chemical Insecticide Corp 



W. Liberty St., Lancaster (Pittsburgh), Pa. 

1318-1500 S. Kilboum Ave., Chicago 23, 111. 

55 Canal St., Providence 1, H.I. (Dlghton, Mass.; Charlotte, N.C.; 

and Cincinnati, Ohio). 
lAOl Winchester Ave., Ashland, Ky. (Tonawanda, N.Y.). 
7-3/2 Neponset St., Worcester 6, Mass. 
153 Prospect St., Passaic (Nutley), N.J. 

260 S. Broad St., Philadelphia 1, Pa. (Port Arthur, Tex.). 
New Murray Road & Concord Pike, Wilmington 99, Del. (New Castle, 

Del.; Memphis, Tenn.; and Houston, Tex.). 
P.O. Box 1786, 35"i6 Midway St., Shreveport, La. 
142 lockwood St., Newark 5, N.J. 
P.O. Box 660, Augusta, Ga. 

40 Avenue A, Bayonne, N.J. (Las Angeles, Calif.). 
600 N. Broad St., Phlllipsburg, N.J. 

600 N. Broad St., Phlllipsburg, N.J. (Penn Yan, N.Y.). 
2325 Annapolis Ave., Baltimore 30, Mi. 
Scottdale Rd., Lansdowne, Pa. 
Canajoharle, N.Y. 
534 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. 

II Summit Ave., Berkeley Heights, N.J. 

250 Delawanna Ave., Delawanna, N.J. (Reading, Pa.). 
703 5th St., P.O. Box 1375, Wasco, Calif. 
17 W. 60th St., New York 23, N.Y. 
East Walpole (Norwood), Mass. 

III Wesley St., S. Hackensack, N.J. 

350 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Demopolis, Ala.; Los Angeles 

and Santa Barbara, Calif.; Chicago and Illiopolls, 111.; 

Leominster, North Andover, and Peabody, Mass.; Middlesex, N.J.; 

Bainbridge, N.Y.; Fayetteville, N.C.; Springfield, Oreg.; Kent 

and Seattle, Wash.; and Browntown, Wis.). 
Box 68, Washington, W. Va. 
1001 42d St., Oakland 8, Calif. 
P.O. Box 657, Syracuse 1, N.Y. 
Morgan & Norman Aves., Brooklyn 22, N.Y. 
650 Main St., Berlin, N.H. 
5431 District Blvd., Los Angeles 22, Calif. 
52d and Grays Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. 
6 North St., N. Quincy 71, Mass. 

P.O. Box 539, Cincinnati 1, Ohio (Memphis, Tenn.). 
1256 N. McLean, Memphis 8, Tenn. 
1228 Chestnut St., Chattanooga 2, Tenn. 
Scarsdale Rd., Tuckahoe 7, N.Y. 
Clark St. and Broadway, Keyport, N.J. 
141 Milk St., Boston 9 (Chelsea), Mass. 
2153 Lockport-Olcott Rd., Burt, N.Y. 
P.O. Box 6, New Orleans (Lake Charles), La. 
380 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Perry, Ohio). 
711 Camelia St., Berkeley 10, Calif. 
Lucas and Ortho Way, Richmond 4, Calif. 
9600 Perry Hwy., Pittsburgh 17, Pa. (Lawrence, Kans., and Callery, 

Pa.). 
250 Mill St., Rochester 14, N.Y. (Brodhead, Wis.). 
West St., Reading 15, Ohio. 
376 3d St., Everett 49, Mass. 
1375 8th St., LaSalle, 111. 
Stiles Lane, North Haven, Conn. 
P.O. Box 1128, New Brunswick, N.J. 
Meadow Rd., Fords, N.J. (Calumet City, 111., and Thomasvllle, 

N.C.). 
180 Madison Ave., New York 16, N.Y. (Amcelle, Md.; Celriver, S.C; 

Bishop and Pampa, Tex.; Celco, Va.; and Point Pleasant, W. Va.). 
290 Ferry St., Newark 5, N.J. (Belvldere and Linden, N.J.; and 

Pasadena, Tex.). 
59 Prospect St., Brooklyn 1, N.Y. 
3527 Smallman St., Pittsburgh 1, Pa. 
Hawthorn Rd., Kansas City 20, Ifo. 
P.O. Box 763, Gulport, Miss. 
30 Whitman Ave., Metuchen, N.J. 



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Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Chemical Manufacturing Co., Inc 

Chemical Process Co 

Chemical Products Corp 

Chemico, Inc 

Chemlek Laboratories, Inc 

Chemo-Puro Manufacturing Corp 

Chemstrand Corp 

Childs Pulp Colors, Inc 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc 

Ciba Products Corp 

City Chemical Corp 

Cleary, W. A., Corp 

Clinton Com Processing Co., Div. of 
Standard Brands, Inc. 

Clover Chemical Co 

Coast Paint & Lacquer Co 

Coastwise Petroleum Co 

Coekerille, Inc 

Colgate-Palmolive Co 



Collett-Week Corp 

Collway Colors, Inc 

Colonial Sugars Co 

Colton Chemical Co., Div. of Air 

Reduction Co., Inc. 
Columbia Organic Chemicals, Inc — 
Commercial Solvents Corp 



Commonwealth Color & Chemical Co 

Concord Chemical Co., Inc 

Concord Dyeing & Finishing Co., Inc 

Consolidated Paint Co 

Continental -Diamond Fibre Corp 

Continental Oil Co 

Cook Paint & Varnish Co 

Coopers Creek Chemical Corp 

Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp 

Com Products Co 

Cosden Petroleum Corp 

Cowles Chemical Co 

Crosby Chemicals, Inc 

Crown Central Petroleum Corp 

Crown Chemical Co., Div. of Joseph 

Turner & Co. 

Crown Chemical Corp 

Crownoil Chemical Co., Inc 

Crovm Tar & Chemical Works, Inc 

Crown Zellerbach Corp., Chemical 

Products Div. 

Cutter Laboratories 

Dan River Mills, Inc 

Davis, H. B., Co 

Dawe's Laboratories, Inc 

Deecy Products Co 

Deere & Co., Grand River Chemical Div- 

Delaware Chemicals, Inc 

DelM-Taylor Oil Corp 

Delmar Chemical Co., Inc 

Delta Chemical Works, Inc 

DePaul Chemical Co., Inc 

DeSoto Paint & Varnish Co 

Detrex Chemical Industries, Inc 

Dexter Chemical Corp 

Diamond Alkali Go 



Dickinson Briquetting Co- 
Diversey Corp 

Dodd, Donald A 

Dominion Products, Inc 

Douglas Chemical Corp 

Dow Chemical Co 



Megonko Rd., Ashland, Mass. 

1901 Spring St., Redwood City, Calif. 

P.O. Box 815, Cartersville, Ga. 

2508 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 

i,W,Q W. 123d St., Worth, 111. 

150 Doremus Ave., Newark 5, N.J. 

350 5th Ave., New York 1, N.Y. (Gonzales, Fla.). 

4.3 Summit St., Brooklyn 31, N.Y. 

556 Morris Ave., Summit, N.J. 

Kimberton, Pa. 

132 W. 22d St., New York 11, N.Y. (Jersey City, N.J.). 

"Clearacres," Rt. 27, Franklin Township, N.J. 

Clinton, Iowa. 

P.O. Box 10865, Pittsburgh 36, Pa. 

6901 Cavalcade, Houston, Tex. 

1127 Munsey Bldg., Baltimore 2, Md. (Goodhope, La.). 

Greenwood, Va. 

300 Park Ave., New York 22, N.Y. (Berkeley, Calif.; Clarksville, 

Ind.; Kansas City, Kans.; and Jersey City, N.J.). 
Quimby St., Ossining, N.Y. 
15 Market St., Paterson 1, N.J. 

3<i7 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Gramercy, La.). 
1747 Chester Ave., Cleveland 14, Ohio (Eliton, Md.). 

1012 Drake St., Columbia 5 (Cedar Terrace), S.C. 

260 Madison Ave., New York 16, N.Y. (Agnew, Calif.; Peoria, 111.; 

Terre Haute, Ind.; Harvey and Sterlington, La.; and Newark, N.J. ). 
3240 Grace Ave., New York 69, N.Y. 
205 S. 2d St., Camden 1, N.J. 
3470 3d Ave., New York 56, N.Y. 
3101 E. 11th St., Los Angeles 23, Calif. 
70 S. Chapel St., Newark, Del. (Bridgeport, Pa.). 
1000 S. Pine St., Ponca City, Okla. 
P.O. Box 389, Kansas City 41, Mo. 
River Rd., W. Conshohocken, Pa. 
P.O. Box 2591, Baton Rouge 1, La. 
17 Battery PI., New York 4, N.Y. (Argo, 111.). 
P.O. Box 1311, Big Spring, Tex. 

7016 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 3, Ohio (Skaneateles Falls, N.Y.). 
Box 111, Picayune, Miss. (De Ridder, La.). 
American Bldg., Baltimore 3, Md. (Houston, Tex.). 
Pleasantview Terrace, Ridgefield, N.J. 

240 India St., Providence 3, R.I. 
2-14 49th Ave., Long Island City 1, N.Y. 
900 Wewatta St., Denver 4, Colo. 
Camas, Wash. (Lebanon, Oreg.). 

4th and Parker Sts., Berkeley 10, Calif. 

Danville, Va. 

Bush and Severn Sts., Baltimore 30, KM. 

4800 S. Richmond St., Chicago 32, 111. (Newaygo, Mich.). 

120 Potter St., Cambridge 42, Mass. 

Pryor, Okla. 

50 Murray St., Staten Island 9, N.Y. 

Box 4067, Corpus Christi, Tex. 

P.O. Box 108, Elkton, Md. 

23 W. 60th St., New York 23, N.Y. 

44-27 Purvis St., long Island City 1, N.Y. 

P.O. Box 186, Garland, Tex. 

Box 501, Detroit 32, lld.ch. (Ashtabula, Ohio). 

845 Edgewater Rd., New York 59, N.Y. 

300 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland 14, Ohio (Newark, N.J.; Fairport 

Harbor, Ohio; Houston and Pasadena, Tex.; and Belle, W. Va.). 
Dickinson, N. Dak. 

1820 N. Roscoe St., Chicago 13, 111. 
Rt. 5, Box 621, Everett, Wash. 
10-40 44th Dr., Long Island City 1, N.Y. 
1624 Darrow Ave., Evanston, 111. 
Midland, Mich. (Pittsburg and Torrance, Calif.; Gales Ferry, Conn.; 

and Freeport, Tex.). 



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Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Dow Coming Corp 

Drew, E. F., & Co., Inc 

Drug Processors, Inc 

Dunne, Frank W. , Co 

duPont de Nemours, E. I., & Co., Inc- 



Dye Specialties Corp., Inc 

Dykem Co 

Eakins, J. S. & W. R., Inc 

Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical 

Corp. 
Eastman Kodak Co 

Tennessee Eastman Go. Div 

Texas Eastman Co. Div 

Edcan Laboratories 

Eddystone Manufacturing Co 

Edison, Thomas A., Industries, McGraw- 

Edison Co. 

Emery Industries, Inc 

Emkay Chemical Co 

Endo Laboratories, Inc 

Erdmann Chemical Co., Inc 

Escambia Chemical Corp 

Esso Standard Oil Co 

LDuisiana Div 

Ethyl Corp 

Ethyl-Dow Chemical Co 

Evans Chemetics, Inc 

Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc 

Farboil Co 

Farley & Loetscher Manufacturing Co- 
Farmers' Chemical Co 

Famow, Inc 

Farrington, W. U., Estate of 

Federal Color Laboratories, Inc 

Felton Chemical Co., Inc 

Ferro Chemical Corp 

Fiber Chemical Corp 

Fibreboard Paper Products Corp 

Fine Organlcs, Inc 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.: 

Firestone Plastics Co. Div 

Synthetic Rubber & Latex Div 

Florasynth Laboratories, Inc 

Florida Chemical Co., Inc 

Food Machinery & Chemical Corp: 

Becco Chemical Div 

Chemicals & Plastics Div 

Fine Chemicals Dept 

Westvaco Chlor-Alkali Div., and 
Westvaco Mineral Products Div. 
Foremost Food & Chemical Co., El 
Dorado Div. 

Foster-Heaton Co 

France, Campbell & Darling, Inc 

Freeman Chemical Corp 



Box 592, Midland, Mich. 

15 E. 26th St., New York 10, N.Y. (Boonton, N.J.). 

1219 E. Church St., Mrian, Mich. 

1007 41st St., Oailand 8, Calif. 

10th and Market Sts., Wilmington 98, Del. (Birmingham, Ala.; 

Antioch and S. San Francisco, Calif.; Louviers, Colo.; Fairfield, 
Conn.; Edge Moor, Newport, and Seaford, Del.; Tucker, Ga.; 
Chicago and Seneca, 111.; E. Chicago and Fortville, Ind.; Clinton 
and Ft. Madison, Iowa; Louisville and Wurtland, Ky.; Baltimore, 
Md.; Everett and Leominster, Mass.; Ecorse, Flint, Montague, and 
Wyandotte, Mich.; Carl Junction, Mo.; Arlington, Carney's Point, 
Deepwater Point, Glbbstown, Kearny, Linden, Newark, Parlin, Perth 
Amboy, and Porapton Lakes, N.J.; Buffalo, Dresden, Newburgh, 
Niagara Falls, and Rochester, N.Y.; Kingston, N.C.; Circleville, 
Cleveland, Columbia Park, and Toledo, Ohio; Moosic, Philadelphia, 
and Towanda, Pa.; Camden, S.C; Chattanooga, Columbia, Memphis, 
and Old Hickory, Tenn.; Beaumont, LaPorte, Orange, and Victoria, 
Tex.; Martinsville, Richmond, and Waynesboro, Va.; DuPont, Wash.; 
Belle, Charleston, Martinsburg, and Parkersburg, W. Va.; and 
Barksdale, Wis.). 

26 Journal Sq., Jersey City 6, N.J. 

2307 N. nth St., St. louis 6, Mo. 

55 Berry St., Brooklyn 11, N.Y. 

P.O. Box 5008, Harrisburg St., Houston 12, Tex. 

343 State St., Rochester 4, N.Y. 

Eastman Rd., Kingsport, Tenn. 

P.O. Box 2068, Longview, Tex. 

10 Pine St., S. Norwalk, Conn. 

P.O. Box 471, Wilmington 99, Del. (Eddystone, Pa.). 

120 S. LaSalle St., Chicago 3, 111. 

4300 Carew Tower, Cincinnati 2, Ohio. 

319 2d St., Elizabeth 1, N.J. 

84-40 lOlst St., Richmond Hill 18, N.Y. 

70 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N.J. 

P.O. Box 467, Pensacola, Fla. 

P.O. Box 23, Linden, N.J. 

P.O. Box 551, Baton Rouge 1, La. 

100 Park Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Pittsburg, Calif.; 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. 
801 Key Hwy., Baltimore 30, Md. 
7th and White Sts., Dubuque, Iowa. 
P.O. Box 591, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
4-83 48th Ave., Long Island City 1, N.Y. 
Box 389, E. Greenwich (Warwick), R.I. 
4633 Forest Ave., Norwood, Cincinnati 12, Ohio. 
599 Johnson Ave., Brooklyn 37, N.Y. 
450 Krick Rd., Box 349, Bedford, Ohio. 
P.O. Box 218, Matawan (CUffwood), N.J. 
P.O. Box 4331, Oakland 23 (Emeryville), Calif. 
205 Main St., Lodi, N.J. 

P.O. Box 690, Pottstown, Pa. 
381 W. Wilbeth Rd., Akron 1, Ohio. 
900 Van Nest Ave., New York 62, N.Y. 
Lake Alfred, Fla. 

Station B, Buffalo 7 (Tonawanda), N.Y. 

Nitro, W. Va. 

1700-1901 Patapsco Ave., Baltimore 26, Md. 

161 E. 42d St., New York 17, N.Y. (Newark, Calif., and S. 

Charleston, W. Va.). 
P.O. Box 599, Oakland 4, Calif. 



16 E. 5th St., Paterson 4, N.J. 
Michigan Ave., Kenilworth, N.J. 
211 E. Main St., Port Washington, Wis. 
Saukville, Wis.). 



(Ambridge, Pa., and 



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Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Fries Bros., Inc 

Frisch & Co., Inc 

Fritzsche Bros., Inc 

Frontier Chemical Co., Dlv. of Vulcan 

Materials Co. 

Fuller, H. B., Co. of Ohio 

Fuller, W. P., & Co 

Gallowhur Chemical Corp 

Gamma Chemical Corp 

Gane's Chemical Works, Inc 

Geigy Chemical Corp 

General Aniline & Film Corp., Dyestuff 

& Chemical Div. 

General Color Co., Inc 

General Electric Co.: 

Chemical Materials Dept 

Insulating Materials Dept 

Silicone Products Dept 

General Foods Corp., Maxwell House Div 
General Mills, Inc 

General Petroleum Corp 

General Tire & Rubber Co., Chemical 

Div. 
George, P. D., Co 

Gillock Chemical Co 

Gilman Paint & Varnish Co 

Givaudan Corp 

Glidden Co 



Glyoo Chemicals Div. of Chas. L. 

Huisklng & Co., Inc. 
Goodrich, B. F., Co., B. F. Goodrich 

Chemical Co. Div. 

Goodrich-Gulf Chemicals, Inc 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 

Goodyear Synthetic Rubber Corp 

Pathfinder Chemical Corp 

Gordon Chemical Co., Inc 

Gordon Chemicals, Inc 

Gordon-Lacey Chemical Products Co., 

Inc. 
Grace, W. R., & Co.: 

Dewey & Almy Chemical Co. Div 

Grace Chemical Co. Div 

Polymer Chemicals Div 

Grain Processing Corp 

Grand Rapids Varnish Corp 

Grant, Foster, Co., Inc 

Great American Plastics Co 

Great Southern Chemical Corp 

Great Western Sugar Co 

Greenwood Textile Suppler Co 

Gulf Oil Corp 

Guyan Color & Chemical Works 

H. M. Chemical Co., Ltd 

Halby Products Co., Inc 

Hall, C. P., Co. of Illinois 

Hampden Color Sc Chemical Co 

Hanna Paint Manufacturing Co., Indus- 
trial Div. 

Harbor Plywood Corp 

Harris Standard Paint Co., Inc 

Harshaw Chemical Co 

Harsyd Chemicals, Inc 

Hart Products Corp 



Rt. 17, P.O. Box 8, Carlstadt, N.J. 

88 E. 11th St., Paterson 4-, N.J. 

76 9th Ave., New York 11, N.Y. (Clifton, N.J.). 

P.O. Box 5A5, Wichita, Kans. 

-4819 Industrial Court St., Cincinnati 17, Ohio. 

"450 E. Grand Ave., S. San Francisco, Calif. 

N. Water St., Ossining, N.Y. 

355 Lexington Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Great Meadows, N.J.). 

535 5th Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Carlstadt, N.J.). 

P.O. 60x430, Yonkers, N.Y. (Mcintosh, Ala., and Cranston, R.I.). 

P.O. Box 12, Unden, N.J. (Calvert City, Ky.; Linden, N.J.; and 

Rensselaer, N.Y. ). 
24 Ave. B, Newark 5, N.J. 

1 Plastics Ave., Pittsfleld, Mass. (Anaheim, Calif.; Pittsfield, 

Mass.; and Coshocton, Ohio). 
23 River Rd., Schenectady 5, N.Y. (Chelsea, Mass.). 
Waterford, N.Y. 

1125 Hudson St., Hoboken, N.J. 
9200 Wayzata Blvd., Minneapolis 26, Minn. (Kankakee, 111., and 

Keokuk, Iowa) . 
612 S. Flower St., Los Angeles 54, Calif. 
1708 Englewood Ave., Akron, Ohio (Ashtabula and Mogadore, Ohio; and 

Odessa, Tex.). 
5200 N. 2d St., St. Louis 7, Mo. 
P.O. Box 1168, Texas City, Tex. 
W. 8th and Pine Sts., Chattanooga 1, Tenn. 
109-201 Delawanna Ave., Delawanna, N.J. 
900 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland 14, Ohio (San Francisco, Calif.; 

Jacksonville, Fla.; Chicago, 111.; New Orleans, La.; Minneapolis, 

Minn.; Cleveland, Ohio; and Reading, Pa.). 
P.O. Box 330, Williamsport, Pa. 

3135 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 15, Ohio (Henry, 111.; 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 Neohes, Tex., and 
Institute, W. Va.). 

114A E. Market St., Akron 16, Ohio. 

P.O. Box 5397, Houston, Tex. 

5408 Baker Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

88 Webster St., Worcester 3, Mass. 

Broad and 13th Sts., Carlstadt, N.J. (Wilmington, Del.). 

57-02 48th St., Maspeth 78, N.Y. 



62 Whittemore Ave., Cambridge 40 (Acton), Mass. 

P.O. Box 4906, Memphis 7, Tenn. 

225 Allwood Rd., Clifton, N.J. (Baton Rouge, La.). 

1600 Oregon St., Muscatine, Iowa. 

1350 Steele Ave., SW., Grand Rapids 2, Mich. 

209 N. Main St., Leominster, Mass. (Baton Rouge, La.). 

650 Water St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

P.O. Box 4166, Corpus Christi, Tex. 

P.O. Box 5308, Terminal Annex, Denver 17 (Johnstown), Colo. 

27 Meadow St., Warwick, R.I. 

P.O. Box 1166, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. (Cleves, Ohio; Philadelphia, P 

and Port Arthur, Tex.). 
P.O. Box 1088, Huntington, W. Va. 
1754 22d St., Santa Monica, Calif. 
P.O. Box 366, Wilmington 99, Del. 
5245 W. 73d St., Chicago 38, 111. 
5 Albany St., Springfield 1, Mass. 
1313 Windsor Ave., Columbus 16, Ohio. 

Box 940, Aberdeen, Wash. 

1026 N. 19th St., Tanipa, Fla. 

1945 E. 97th St., Cleveland 6, Ohio (Gloucester City, N.J., and 

Hastings, N.Y.). 
397 W. 21st St., Holland, Mich. 
1440 Broadway, New York 18, N.Y. (Jersey City, N.J.). 



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No. 


Name of company 


Office address ( location of plant given in 




parentheses if not in same city as office) 


268 


Hartman-Leddon Co 


60th and Woodland Ave., Philadelphia 43 (Conshohocken), Pa. 


515 


Helene CXirtis Industries, Inc 


4401 W. North Ave., Chicago 39, 111. 


210 


Hercules Powder Co 


900 Market St., Wilmington 99, Del. (Brunswick, Ga.; Mansfield, 
Mass.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Burlington, Kenvll, and Parlin, N.J.; 
and Hopewell, Va.) 


461 


Heresite & Chemical Co 


822 S. 14th St., Manitowoc, Wis. 


157 
471 




Ill E. Hawthorne Ave., Valley Stream, N.Y. 

3536 Peartree Ave., New York 69, N.I. 

342 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Fords and Garfield, N.J.). 




exagon a ora ories, ^.nc 




262 


Newport Industries Co. Div 


P.O. Box 911, Pensacola, Fla. 


426 


Nuodex Products Co. Div 


830 Magnolia Ave., Elizabeth, N.J. (Long Beach, Calif., and Newark, 

N.J.). 
7247 N. Central Park Ave., Chicago 45, 111. 


211 






331 




129 Quldnick St., W. Warwick (Coventry), R.I. 




486 




324-424 Kingsland Rd., Nutley 10, N.J. 




518 


Hoffman-Taff, Inc— — 


P.O. Box 1246, Springfield, Mo. 


339 


Holland Color & Chemical Co 


492 Douglas Ave., Holland, Mich. 


427 




Buffalo Ave. and 47th St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 




242 


Durez Plastics Div 


Walck Rd., N. Tonawanda, N.Y. 


676 


Phosphorus Div 


Buffalo Ave. and 47th St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. (Adams, Masff.). 


645 


Houghton, E. F., & Co 


303 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia 33, Pa. 


60 
367 




239 Medford St., Maiden 48, Mass. 

P.O. Box 2180, Houston 1 (Baytown), Tex. 


Humble Oil & Refining Co 


421 


Humphrey-Wiliinson, Inc 


DeVine St., North Haven, Conn. 


13 


Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc 


Charles and Chase -Sts., Baltimore 1, Md. 


554 


Imperial Color Chemical & Paper Corp— 


P.O. Box 231, Glens Falls, N.Y. 


359 


Industrial Dyestuff Co 


Massasoit Ave. and Dexter Rd., P.O. Box 4249, E. Providence 14, R.I. 


632 


Industrial Products, Inc 


215 S. Laurens St., Greenville, S.C. 


643 


Inland Steel Container Co 


6532 S. Menard Ave., Chicago 38, 111. 


77 




New South Rd., Hicksvllle, L.I., N.Y. 


Interchemical Corp.: 


354 


Color & Chemicals Div 


150 Wagaraw Rd., Hawthorne, N.J. 


530 


Finishes Div 


224 McWhorter St., Newark 1, N.J. (Los Angeles, Calif.; Chicago, 
111.; Elizabeth and Newark, N.J.; and Cincinnati, Ohio). 


94 


International Minerals & Chemical Corp 


5401 Old Orchard Rd., Skokie, 111. (San Jose, Calif., and Niagara 
Falls, N.Y.). 


219 


International Paper Co 


220 E. 42d St., New York 17, N.Y. (Corinth, N.Y., and York Haven, 

Pa.). 
270 W. Mound St. (P.O. Box 1999), Columbus 16, Ohio. 


21 


Ironsides Resins, Inc 


37 


Jamestown Paint & Varnish Co 


Jamestown, Pa. 


618 


Jefferson Chemical Co., Inc 


P.O. Box 303, Houston 1 (Port Neohes), Tex. 


556 
120 




Box M, Station E, Toledo 9, Ohio. 

2535 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati 14, Ohio. 


Jergens, Andrew, Co 


107 


Jewel Paint & Varnish Co 


345 N. Western Ave., Chicago 12, 111. 


596 


Johnson, S. C, & Son, Inc 


1525 Howe St., Racine, Wis. 


108 


Jones-Blair Paint Co., Inc 


6969 Denton Dr., Dallas 35, Tex. 


158 


Jones-Dabney Co 


1481 S. 11th St., Louisville 8, Ky. 


360 


Jordan, Jr., W. H. & F. , Manufactur- 
ing Co. 


2126 E. Somerset St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 


234 


Kali Manufacturing Co 


427 E. Moyer St., Philadelphia 25, Pa. 


61 
326 
62 




19 S. Canal St., Lawrence, Mass. 

180 Madison Ave., New York 16 (West Haverstraw), N.Y. 

40 Oliver St., Boston 10 (Everett), Mass. 




Kehew-Bradley Co 


375 


Kelly, JohnF., Co 


956 Bransten Rd., San Carlos, Calif. 


175 


Kendall Refining Co 

Kennecott Copper Corp.: 


77 N. Kendall Ave., Bradford, Pa. 


72 


Chino Mines Div 


Hurley, N. Mex. 


159 


Utah Copper Div 


309 Keams Bldg., Salt Lake City 10 (Arthur and Magna), Utah. 


434 


Kentucky Color & Chemical Co., Inc 


600 N. 34th St., Louisville 12, Ky. 


291 
122 




State Rd. and Cottman Ave., Philadelphia 35, Pa. 
26000 Bouquet Canyon Rd., Saugus, Calif. 


Keysor Chemical Co 


340 




R.D. #2, Bethlehem, Pa. 




78 


Keystone Color Works, Inc 


151 W. Gay Ave., York, Pa. 


574 




71 Otsego St., Brooklyn 31, N.Y. 




619 
657 




101 Canal St., Lock Haven, Pa. 
640 King St., Berkeley 10, Calif. 






292 


Knapp Products, Inc 


180 Hamilton Ave., Lodi, N.J. 


22 
192 




651 High St., Lancaster 1, Pa. 

161 Avenue of the Americas, New York 13 (Brooklyn), N.Y. 


Kohnstamra, H., Sc Co., Inc 


562 




600 Doreraus Ave., Newark 5, N.J. 


Koppers Co. , Inc. : 


487 




Koppers Bldg., 430 7th Ave., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 






Koppers Co., Inc. 
Plastics Div 



Tar Products Div- 



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Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Koppers Bldg., 430 7th Ave., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. (Port Reading, N.J., 

and Port Arthur, Tex.). 
Koppers Bldg., A30 7th Ave., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. (Fontana, Calif.; 

Chicago, 111.; Chalmett^, La.; Bangor, Maine; Everett, Mass.; 

Kearny, N.J.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Hamilton, Ohio; E. Providence, R.I.; 

Memphis, Tenn.; Houston, Tex.; Arroya and Follansbee, W. Va.; and 

Carrollville , Wis . ) . 
24-30 Jacobus Ave., S. Kearny, N.J. 
2108 N. Southport Ave., Chicago 14, 111. 
2d and Boston Sts., Everett 49, Mass. 
1707 E. North Ave., Milwaukee 1, Wis. 
603 W. Davenport St., Rhinelander, Wis. 

Chestertown, Md. 

Broad and Wood Sts., Bethlehem, Pa. 

21-23 Merseles St., Jersey City 2, N.J. 

Tioga and Thompson Sts., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 

2722 N. Hancock St., Philadelphia 33, Pa. 

P.O. Box 532, Lebanon, Pa. 

P.O. Box 1016, Perry Annex, Whittier, Calif. 

199 Main St., Lodi, N.J. 

E. Superior, Alma, Mich. 

390 Park Ave., New York 22, N.Y. 

Howard and Huntington Sts., Philadelphia 33, Pa. 

380 Madison Ave., New York 17 (Brooklyn), N.Y. 

P.O. Box A, I^ons (McCook), 111. 

740 S. Alabama St., Indianapolis 6, Ind. 

1630 W. Hill St., Louisville 10, Ky. 

23874 Pine St., Newhall, Calif. 

Cleveland 17, Ohio. 

427 Washington St., New York 13 (Patchogue), N.Y. 

15th Ave., NW. , at Shilshole, Seattle 7, Wash. 

2121 McCarter Hwy., Newark 4, N.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.). 

402 1st St., SE., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Rothschild, Wis. 

37-31 30th St., Long Island City 1, N.Y. 

500 Columbia St., Somerville 43, Mass. 

Box 1851, High Point, N.C. 

188-194 Coit St., Irvington 11, N.J. 

2 Oak St., Toledo 5, Ohio. 

52 Amsterdam St., Newark 5, N.J. 

100 W. Hunter Ave., Maywood, N.J. 

7600 State Rd., Philadelphia 49, Pa. 

1040 Midland Bldg., Cleveland 15, Ohio. 

1645 S. Kilbourn Ave., Chicago 23, 111. 

4122 W. Grand Ave., Chicago 51, 111. 

Lincoln Ave., Rahway, N.J. (Albany, Ga.; Rahway, N.J.; Danville, 

Philadelphia, and West Point, Pa.; and Elkton, Va.). 
P.O. Box 9788, Houston 15 (Green's Bayou), Tex. 

1441 Broadway, New York 18, N.Y. (I^mdhurst, N.J.). 

Galbralth Rd. and Pennsylvania RR., Cincinnati 15, Ohio. 

214-1/2 Washington Ave., Carlstadt, N.J. 

200 Wagaraw Rd., Hawthorne, N.J. 

2072 Smith St., Centerdale 11, R.I. 

4321 N. 4th St., Philadelphia 40, Pa. 

500 N. Bankson St., St. Louis, Mich. (El Dorado, Ark.). 

E. Water St., Waukegan, 111. 

Elkhart, Ind. 

P.O. Box 625, Dickinson 1, Tex. 

900 Bush Ave., St. Paul 6, Minn. 

1101 S. 3d St., Minneapolis 15, Minn. (Ft. Wayne, Ind.). 

277 Coit St., Irvington 11, N.J. 

1815 Washington Rd., Pittsburgh 34, Pa. (New Martinsville, W. Va.). 

65 E. 23d St., Paterson 17, N.J. 

800 N. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis 66, Mo. (Anniston, Ala.; long 

Beach and Santa Clara, Calif.; Monsanto, 111.; Uiling, La.; 

Everett and Springfield, Mass.; Trenton, Mich.; Kearny, N.J.; 

Texas City, Tex.; Seattle, Wash.; and Nitro, W. Va.). 



Krmnbhaar Chemicals, Inc 

Krystall Chemical Co 

Kyanize Paints, Inc 

Lakeside Laboratories, Inc 

Lake States Yeast & Chemical Div. of 
Rhinelander Paper Co. 

LaMotte Chemical Products Co 

Laros, R. K., Co 

LaSalle Chemical Co 

Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co., Inc 

Leatex Chemical Co 

Lebanon Chemical Corp 

Leffingwell Chemical Co 

Lemke, B. L., & Co., Inc 

Leonard Refineries, Inc 

Lever Brothers Co 

Lever, C, Co., Inc 

Levey, Fred'k. H., Co., Inc 

Lewis Tar Products Co 

Lilly, Eli, & Co 

Long, Charles R., Jr., Co 

Loven Chemical Co. of California 

Lubrizol Corp 

Lueders, George, & Co 

I^yle Branchflower Co 

Maas & Waldstein Co 

Magnolia Petroleum Co 

Magruder Color Co., Inc 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works 

Maney, Paul, Laboratories, Inc 

Marathon Div. of American Can Co., 
Chemical Sales Dept. 

Marblette Corp 

Marden-Wild Corp 

Marlowe-Van Loan Corp 

Marx, Max, Color & Chemical Co 

Maumee Chemical Co 

May, Otto B., Inc 

Maywood Chemical Works 

McCloskey Varnish Co 

McGean Chemical Co 

McWhorter Chemicals, Inc 

Medical Chemicals Corp 

Merck & Co., Inc 

Merichem Co., Div. of Jefferson Lake 
Sulphur Co. 

Merkin, M. J., Paint Co., Inc 

Merrell, Wm. S., Co 

Meta Chemical Corp 

Metalsalts Corp 

Metro-Atlantic, Inc 

Meyer, J., & Sons, Inc 

Michigan Chemical Corp 

Midland Industrial Finishes Co 

Miles Laboratories, Inc 

Mineral Oil Refining Co 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co- 
Minnesota Paints, Inc 

Miranol Chemical Co., Inc 

Mobay Chemical Co 

Mona Industries, Inc 

Monsanto Chemical Co 



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169 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Iltontrose Chemical Co 

Montrose Chemical Corp. of California 
Moore, Benjamin, & Co 



MDretex Chemical Products, 
Momingstar Paisley, Ino — 

Morton Chemical Co 

Morwear Paint Co 

Motomco, Inc 

National Biochemical Co — 

National Casein Co 

National Lead Co 



National Petro-Chemicals Corp- — 

National Polychemloals, Inc 

National Southern Products Corp- 
National Starch Products, Ino 



Nease Chemical Co., Inc 

Nelson-Wells & Co 

Nepera Chemical Co., Div. of Warner- 
Lambert Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. 

Neville Chemical Co 

New York Color & Chemical Co., Div. of 
American Dyewood Co. 

New York & Pennsylvania Co., Inc 

Nilok Chemicals, Ino 

Nonweller, A. P., Co 

Nopco Chemical Co., Inc 



Norda Essential Oil & Chemical Co., 
Inc. 

Northwest Natural Gas Co 

Northwestern Chemical Co 

Norwich Pharmacal Co 

O'Brien Corp 

Odessa Butadiene Co 

Odessa Styrene Co 

Ohio Chemical & Surgical Equipment Co- 
Oil Sc Chemical Products, Inc 

Old Colony Tar Co., Inc 

Old Hickory Chemical Co., Ino 

Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp 



Blookson Chemical Co. Dlv- 
Squlbb, E. H., & Sons Dlv- 



Onyx Oil & Chemical Co 

Orbis Products Corp 

Organic Chemical Corp 

Organlos, Inc 

Oronite Chemical Co 

Ortho Chemical Corp 

Osbom, C. J., Co 

Ottawa Chemical Co 

Ottol Oil Co 

Pabst Brewing Co 

Pan American Petroleum Gorp- 



Pantasote Co., Elenora Chemical Div- 
Parke, Davis & Co 

Parsons -Plymouth, M. W., Inc 

Patent Chemicals, Inc 

Paul-Lewis Laboratories, Inc 

Peck's Products Co 

Peerless Chemical Co., Ino 

Peerless Color Co., Inc 

Penick, S. B., & Co 



Pennsalt Chemicals Corp-- 
I Sharpies Chemicals Div- 



100 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N.J. 

824 Wilshlre Blvd., Los Angeles 17 (Torrance), Calif. 

511 Canal St., New York 13, N.Y. (Los Angeles, Calif.; Denver, 

Colo.; Carteret, N.J.; and Cleveland, Ohio). 
314 W. Henry St., Spartanburg, S.C. 
1770 Canalport Ave., Chicago 16, 111. 

110 N. Waoker Dr., Chicago 6 (Ringwood), 111. 
568 14th St., Oakland 12, Calif. 

89 Terminal Ave., Clark, N.J. 
3127 W. Lake St., Chicago 12, 111. 
601 W. 80th St., Chicago 20, 111. 

111 Broadway, New York 6, N.Y. (San Francisco, Calif.; Perth Amboy, 
N.J.; Niagara Falls, N.Y.; and Philadelphia, Pa.). 

99 Park Ave., New York 16, N.Y. (Tuscola, 111.). 
Eames St., Wilmington, Mass. 

P.O. Box 390, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

270 Madison Ave., New York 16, N.Y. (Meredosia, 111., and Plain- 
field, N.J.). 
Lock Haven (State College) , Pa. 
Box 348, Red Bluff, Calif. 
21 Gray Oaks Ave., Yonkers 2 (Harrlman), N.Y. 

Neville Island, Pittsburgh 25, Pa. (Anaheim, Calif.). 
Main and Joralemon Sts., Belleville 9, N.J. 

425 Park Ave., New York 22, N.Y. ( Johnsonburg , Pa.). 

2000 College Ave., Niagara Falls (Lockport), N.Y. 
Box 1007, Oshkosh, Wis. 

60 Park PI., Newark 2, N.J. (Richmond, Calif.; Cedartown, Ga.; and 

Harrison and N. Arlington, N.J.). 
601 W. 26th St., New York 1, N.Y. (Boonton, N.J.). 

Public Service Bldg., Portland 4, Greg. 

P.O. Box 156, 120 North Aurora St., West Chicago, 111. 

17 Eaton Ave., Norwich, N.Y. 

2001 W. Washington Ave., South Bend, Ind. (Baltimore, IW.). 
P.O. Box 1161, El Paso (Odessa), Tex. 

P.O. Box 1161, El Paso (Odessa), Tex. 

1400 E. Washington Ave., Madison 10, Wis. (Cleveland, Ohio). 

295 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Houston, Tex.). 

500 5th Ave., New York 36, N.Y. (Cambridge and Worcester, Mass.). 

P.O. Box 1480, Richmond 12, Va. (Old Hickory, Tenn.). 

10 Light St., Baltimore 3, Md. (Huntsville and Mcintosh, Ala.; 

Brandenburg, Ky.; Lake Charles, La.; Niagara Falls and Rochester, 

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 and Morris Sts., Jersey City 2, N.J. 
601 W. 25th St., New York 1, N.Y. (Newark, N.J.). 
74.-84 Valley St., E. Providence 14, R.I. 
1724 Greenleaf Ave., Chicago 26, 111. 

200 Bush St., San Francisco 4, Calif. (Oak Point, La.). 
52-20 37th St., Long Island City 1, N.Y. 
1301 W. Blanoke St., Linden, N.J. 
823 Hamilton St., Toledo 7, Ohio. 
455 Cortlandt St., Belleville 9, N.J. 
917 W. Juneau, Milwaukee 18, Wis. (Peoria, 111.). 
Box 591, Tulsa, Okla. (Alvin, Carthage, Katy, Levelland, Pettus, 

Sundown, and Sweeny, Tex.). 
415 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 
Foot of Joseph Campau, Detroit 32, Mich. 
59 Beekman St., New York 38 (Brooklyn), N.Y. 
335 McLean Blvd., Peterson 4, N.J. 
4253 N. Port Washington Rd., Milwaukee 12, Wis. 
610 E. Clarence Ave., St. Louis 15, Vb. 
3850 Oakman Blvd., Detroit 4, Mich. 
521-535 North Ave., Plalnfield, N.J. 

100 Church St., New York 8, N.Y. (Jersey City, lyndhurst, 
Montville, and Newark, N.J.). 

3 Penn Center Plaza, Philadelphia 2, Pa. (Calvert City, Ky., and 

Wyandotte, Mich.). 
3 Penn Center Plaza, Philadelphia 2, Pa. (%andotte, Mich.). 



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No. 


Name of Company 


Office address (location of plant given in 




parentheses if not in same city as office) 


161 


Pennsylvania Industrial Chemical Corp- 


120 State St., Box 240, Clalrton (Chester), Pa. 


162 


Pennsylvania Refining Co 


Butler (Kams City), Pa. 


202 


Perkins Glue Co 


632 Cannon Ave., Lansdale, Pa. (W. Memphis, Ark.; High Point, N.C.; 
and Shawano, Wis.) . 


566 


Permutit Co., Div. of Pfaudler 


50 W. 44th St., New York 36, N.Y. (Birmingham, N.J.). 




Permutlt, Inc. 




67 


Perry & Derrick Co., Inc 


2510 Highland Ave., Cincinnati 12, Ohio (Dayton, Ky.). 


314 


Petroleum Chemicals, Inc 


821 Gravier St., New Orleans 12 (Lake Charles), La. 


5CX 


Petrollte Corp., Tretolite Co. Div 


369 Marshall Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo. 






P.O. Box 2584, Houston 1, Tex. 
104 Lakeview Ave., Waukegan, 111. 


287 


pexro— iex onemicax oorp— — ~~~~~~""" ■" 

Pfanstlehl Laboratories, Inc 


336 


Pfister Chemical Works, Inc 


Foot of linden Ave., Ridgefield, N.J. 


646 


Pfizer, Charles, & Co., Inc 


630 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn 6, N.Y. (Groton, Conn., and Vigo, Ind.). 


26 


Phelan-Faust Paint Manufacturing Co 


932 Laughborough Ave., St. Louis 11, Mo. 


386 


Phillips Chemical Co 


Adams Bldg., Bartlesvllle, Okla. (Borger and Pasadena, Tex.). 


511 


Phillips Petroleum Co 


Bartlesville, Okla. (PhilUps, Tex.). 


141 


Phoenix Oil Co 


9505 Cassius Ave., Cleveland 5, Ohio. 


435 


Pilot California Co 


215 W. 7th St., Los Angeles 14 (Santa Fe Springs), Calif. 


52 


Pitt-Consol Chemical Co 


191 Doremus Ave . , Newark 5 , N.J. 


369 


Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Co 


2100 Grant Bldg., Pittsburgh 19, Pa. 


520 


Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co 


1 Gateway Center, Pittsburgh 22, Pa. (Torrance, CaUf.; Atlanta, 
Ga.; Detroit, Mich.; Newark, N.J.; Barberton and Cleveland, Ohio; 
Springdale, Pa.; Houston, Tex.; New Martinsville, W. Va.; and 
Milwaukee, Wis.). 


513 


Planetary Chemical Co., Inc 


3500 DeKalb St., St. Louis 18, Mo. 


436 


Plastics Engineering Co 


1607 Geele Ave., Sheboygan, Wis. 


625 


Polyohemical Laboratories, Inc 


494 Hunts Point Ave., New York 59, N.Y. 


598 


Poly Resins, Inc 


11661 Wicks St., Sun Valley, Calif. 


40 




S. Columbia St. and Railroad, Woodbury, N.J. 


roiyrez oo., inc — ■" — •" ~ — 






77 N. Water St., Poughkeepsie, N.i. 


142 


poughKSepsie LJyestuii corp — — — 


164 


Pratt & Lambert, Inc 


75 Tonawanda St., Buffalo 7, N.Y. 


599 


Premium Chemicals, Inc 


113 Marine St., Farmingdale, L^ng Island, N.Y. 


203 


Presto Plastic Products Co., Inc 


5410 Avenue U, Brooklyn 34, N.Y. 


662 


Process Chemicals Co 


8733 S. Dice Rd., Santa Fe Springs, Calif. 


393 


Procter & Gamble Manufacturing Co 


301 E. 6th St., Cincinnati 2, Ohio (long Beach and Sacramento, 
Calif.; Chicago, 111.; Iowa City, Iowa; Kansas City, Kans.; 
Baltimore, Md.; Quincy, Mass.; St. Louis, Mo.; Staten Island, 
N.Y.; and Dallas, Tex.). 


228 


Proctor Chemical Co., Inc 


P.O. Box 399, Lumber St., Salisbury, N.C. 






417 S. Hill St., Los Angeles 13 (Sante Fe Springs), Calif. 
1429 Walnut St., Philadelphia 2, Pa. 


172 
387 


rroauctoi CO --.——— 

Publlcker Industries, Inc 


245 


Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Co 


300 Laurel St., Bellingham, Wash. 


501 


Pure Oil Co 


35 E. Waoker Dr., Chicago 1, 111. (Toledo, Ohio; Nederland, Tex.; 
Cabin Creek and Dawes, W. Va.; and Worland, Wyo.). 


204 


Purex Corp., Ltd 


9300 Rayo Ave., South Gate, CaUf. (St. Louis, Mo.). 






Lime, Elm, and Sandy Sts., Conshohooken, Pa. 
Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago 54, 111. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 
Omaha, Nebr.; and Memphis, Tenn.). 


4oJ. 


Quaker onemicai products oorp— 


JO J 


Quaker Oats Co — — — — — 


oin 


D C A r'^v.T^ 


690 Saw Mill River Rd., Ardsley, N.Y. 
75 E. Main St., Stratford, Conn. 


223 


it. o. Ji. oorp •- " 

Raybestos Div. of Raybestos-Manhattan, 

Inc. 
Rayette, Inc., Chemical Div 


118 


261 E. 5th St., St. Paul 1, Minn. 


41 


Red Spot Paint & Varnish Co., Inc 


110-112 Main St., Evansville 8, Ind. 






624 Schuyler Ave., lyndhurst, N.J. 

525 N. Broadway, White Plains, N.Y. (Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Azusa, 


654 


xiei xneu rroQucxs oorp 

Reichhold Chemicals, Inc 






Calif.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Argo, 111.; Kansas City, Kans.; 






Ballard Vale, Mass.; Ferndale, Mich.; Elizabeth, N.J.; Brooklyn, 






N.Y.; Charlotte, N.C; Hampton, S.C; and Seattle and Tacoma, 
Wash.). 
1615 Merchants Bank Bldg., Indianapolis 4, Ind. (Chicago and 
Granite City, 111.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Newark, N.J.; Cleveland 


'^^n 


_.T^ _ 


J J ( 


Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp • — — " 






and Dover, Ohio; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Lone Star, Tex.; and 






Fairmont, W. Va.). 


5 


Reliance Varnish Co., Inc — 


4730 Crittenden Dr., Louisville 8, Ky. 


113 


Remington Arms Co., Inc 


939 Bamum Ave., Bridgeport 2, Conn. 


558 


Republic Creosoting Co 


1615 Merchants Bank Bldg., Indianapolis 4, Ind. (Florence and 
Mobile, Ala.; Indianapolis, Ind.; St. Louis Park, Minn.; Lima, 
Ohio; Ironton, Utah; Norfolk, Va.; and Seattle, Wash.). 


600 


Rezolln, Inc 


1651 18th St., Santa Monica, Calif. 


27 


Richardson Co 


27th Ave. and Lake St., Melrose Park, 111. 


•^ns 


R1fi>i^H*a1H rm Pn-m- - -- -- 


555 S. Flower St., Los Angeles 17 (Watson), Calif. 
19901 Nordhoff St., Northrldge, Calif. 


206 


nxcniiexu \jx± oui^j— ~ — ■"•• — — 

Riker Laboratories, Inc 



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Name of corapary 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Rinshed-Mason Co 

Ritter, F., & Co 

Hitter Chemical Co., Inc 

Rlverdale Chemical Co 

Robert & Co., Inc 

Roberts Chemicals, Inc 

Robot Devices, Inc 

Rock Hill Printing & Finishing Co- 
Rohm & Haas Co 

Roma Chemical Corp 

Royce Chemical Co 

Rubber Corp. of America 

Ruberoid Co 

S & W Chemical Co., Ino 

Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories 

Salvo Chemical Corp 

Sandoz, Inc 

Fine Colors Div 

Schaefer Varnish Co., Inc 

Schenectady Varnish Co., Inc 

Scherer, R. P., Corp 

Schering Corp 

Scholler Bros., Inc 

Schuylkill Chemical Co 

Schwarz Laboratories, Inc 

Seamco Chemical Co 

Searle, G. D., & Co 

Seidlltz Paint & Varnish Co 

Shawinigan Resins Corp ^- 

Shef field Chemical Co., Div. of 
National Dairy Products Corp. 
Shell Chemical Corp 

Shell Oil Co 

Shepherd Chemical Co 

Sherwin-Williams Co 

Shulton, Inc 

Siddall, Geo. F., Co., Inc 

Simpson Redwood Co 

Sinclair Refining Co 

Sipe, James B., & Co 

Smith, Kline & French Laboratories 

Socony Paint Products Co 

Sohio Petroleum Co 

Solar Chemical Corp 

Soluol Chemical Co., Inc 

Solvent Chemical Co., Inc 

Sonnebom, L., Sons, Inc 

Sonoco Products Co 

Southern Resin Glue Co 

Southern Sizing Co 

Southern Textile Chemical Corp 

Spauldlng Fibre Co., Inc 

Specialty Resins Co 

Specific Pharmaceuticals, Inc 

Spencer Chemical Co 



Squibb, E. R., & Sons Div. of Olin 
Mathleson Chemical Corp. 

Staley, A. E., Manufacturing Co 

Standard Agricultural Chemicals, Inc 

Standard Chemical Products, Inc 

Standard Chlorine Chemical Co., Inc- 
Standard Dyestuffs Corp 



5935 Milford Ave., Detroit, Mich. (Anaheim, Calif.). 

4O01 Goodwin Ave., Los Angeles 39, Calif. 

i03 W. Main St., Amsterdam, N.Y. 

220 E. 17th St., Chicago Heights, 111. 

60 Broad St., New York A, N.Y. (Newark, N.J.). 

Box 446, Nitro, W. Va. 

Main St., Buchanan, Va. 

Rock Hill, S.C. 

222 W. Washington Sq., Philadelphia 5, Pa. (Bristol and 

Philadelphia, Pa.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and Deer Park, Tex.). 
900 Passaic Ave., E. Newark, N.J. 
Carlton Ave., Carlton Hill, N.J. 
New South Rd., Hicksville, N.Y. 
500 5th Ave., New York 36, N.Y. (Joliet, 111.; Baltimore, A43.; and 

Erie, Pa.). 
P.O. Box 995, La Porte, Tex. 
500 Gilbert St., Charles City, Iowa. 
Rothschild, Wis. 

Fair Lawn Ave. and 3d. St., Fair Lawn, N.J. 
21-29 McBrlde Ave., Paterson 1, N.J. 
5th and Magnolia Sts., Louisville 10, Ky. 

Congress and 10th Ave., Schenectady 1 (Rotterdam Jet.), N.Y. 
9425 Grinnell Ave., Detroit 13, Mich. 
60 Orange St., Bloomfield (Union), N.Y. 
Collins and Westmoreland Sts., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 
2346 Sedgley Ave., Philadelphia 32, Pa. 
230 Washington St., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
3 Hanover St., Holyoke, Mass. 
P.O. Box 5110, Chicago 80 (Skokie), 111. 
18th and Garfield, Kansas City, Mo. 

644 Monsanto Ave., Springfield 1, Mass. (Trenton, Mich.). 
P.O. Box 630, Norwich, N.Y. 

50 W. 50th St., New York 20, N.Y. (Dominguez, Martinez, Pittsburg, 

and Ventura, Calif.; Denver, Colo.; Norco, La.; and Houston, 

Tex.). 
50 W. 50th St., New York 20, N.Y. (Martinez and Wilmington, CaUf.; 

Roxana, 111.; Norco, La.; Deer Park, Tex.; and Anacortes, Wash.). 
2803 Highland Ave., Cincinnati 12, Ohio. 
101 Prospect Ave., NW. , Cleveland 1, Ohio (Chicago, 111.; Detroit, 

Mich.; Daj-ton and Cleveland, Ohio; and Philadelphia and 

Pittsburgh, Pa.). 
Route 46, Clifton (Newark), N.J. 
P.O. Box 925, Spartanburg, S.C. 
2301 N. Columbia Blvd., Portland 17, Oreg. 

600 5th Ave., New York 20, N.Y. (E. Chicago, Ind.; Sand Springs, 
Okla.; Marcus Hook, Pa.; and Houston, Tex.). 

P.O. Box 8010, S. Hills Branch, Pittsburgh 16 (Bridgeville), Pa. 

1530 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia 1, Pa. 

Metuchen, N.J. 

837-B Midland Bldg., Cleveland 15 (Lima), Ohio. 

29 Fuller St., Leominster, Mass. 

Green Hill and Market Sts., Natick, R.I. 

341 Commercial St., Maiden 48, Mass. 

300 4th Ave., New York 10, N.Y. 

Hartsville, S.C. 

Box 352, Fayettevllle (Vander), N.C. 

601 SE. Main St., East Point, Ga. 

1407 Broadway, New York 18, N.Y. (Langley, S.C). 

310 Wheeler St., Tonawanda, N.Y. 

2801 I^mwood Rd., Lynwood, Calif. 

331 4th Ave., New York 10, N.Y. (Bayonne, N.J.). 

610 Dwight Bldg., Kansas City 5, Jto. (Calumet City, 111.; 

Pittsburg, Kan^.; Henderson, Ky.; Vlcksburg, Miss.; and Fort 

Worth and Orange, Tex.). 
See Olin Mathleson Chemical Corp. 

2200 E. Eldorado St., Decatur, 111. 

1301 Jefferson St., Hoboken, N.J. 

1301 Jefferson St., Hoboken, N.J. (Charlotte, N.C). 

115 Jacobus Ave., S. Kearny, N.J. 

5th St. and 5th Ave., Paterson 4, N.J. 



172 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

TABLE 23.— Synthetic organic chemicals; Directory of manufacturers, i55S— Continued 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



Standard Naphthalene Products Co., Inc 
Standard Oil Co. of California, 

Western Operations, Inc. 
Standard Oil Co. of Indiana 

Stand ard-Toch-Chemicals, Inc 

Standard Ultramarine & Color Co 

Stange, Wm. J., Co 

Stansbury Chemical Co., Ino 

Stauffer Chemical Co 

Anderson Chemical Co. Div 

Stein, Hall & Co., Inc 

Stepan Chemical Co 

Sterling Drug, Inc.: 

Hilton-Davis Chemical Co. Div 

National Brands Div 

Winthrop Laboratories Div 

Stresen-Reuter, Fred'k. A., Inc 

Summit Chemical Products Corp 

Sumner Chemical Co., Div. of Miles 

Laboratories, Inc. 
Sun Chemical Corp.: 

Pigment Div 

Warwick Chemical Co. Div 

Sun Oil Co 

Suntide Refining Co 

Surf act-Co. , Inc 

Swift & Co- - 

Synco Resins, Inc 

Synthetic Chemicals, Ino 

Synthetic Products Co 

Synthron, Inc 

Synvar Corp 

Tanner, Charles S., Co 

Tar Distilling Co., Inc 

Taylor Fibre Co 

Tennessee Corp 

Tennessee Eastman Co., Div. of Eastman 

Kodak Co. 

Tennessee Products & Chemical Corp 

Tex Chemical Co 

Texas Butadiene & Chemical Corp 

Texas Co 

Texas Eastman Co., Div. of Eastman 

Kodak Co. 

Texas-U.S. Chemical Co 

Thiokol Chemical Corp 

Thomasset Colors, Inc 

Thompson Chemical Co 

Thompson Chemicals Corp 

Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co 

Toms River-Cincinnati Chemical Corp 

Tousey Varnish Co 

Trask, Arthur C, Co 

Treplow Products, Inc 

Triangle Chemical Co 

Trojan Powder Co 

Trubek Laboratories 

UBS Chemical Corp 

Uhlich, Paul, & Co., Inc 

Ultra Chemical Works, Inc., Div. of 

Witco Chemical Co. 
Union Carbide Corp . ; 

Union Carbide Chemicals Co. Div 



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.; Neodesha, Kans.; and Sugar Creek, Mo.). 
2600 Richmond Ter., Staten Island 3, N.Y. 
5th Ave. and 2'ith St., Huntington 18, W. Va. 
342 N. Western Ave., Chicago 12, 111. 
1929 Aurora Ave., Seattle 9, Wash. 
380 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (LeMoyne, Ala.; Richmond and 

Torrance, Calif.; Louisville, Ky.; Henderson, Nev.; Brooklyn, 

Chauncey, and Niagara Falls, ' N.Y. ; Perry, Ohio; Chester, Pa.; 

Lowland, Tenn.; and Bentonville and Roanoke, Va.). 
3940 Summit Ave., Weston, Mich. 

285 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Charlotte, N.C.). 
427 W. Randolph St., Chicago 6, 111. 

2235 Langdon Farm Rd., Cincinnati 13, Ohio. 

1450 Broadway, New York 18, N.Y. (Trenton, N.J.). 

1450 Broadway, New York 18 (Rensselaer), N.Y. 

400 Roosevelt Ave., Bensenvllle, 111. 

11 William St., Belleville 9, N.J. 

Elkhart, Ind. (Zeeland, Mich.). 



309 Sussex St., Harrison, N.J. 

10-40 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., and 

Toledo, Ohio). 
P.O. Box 658, Corpus Chrlsti (Viola), Tex. 
14010 S. Seeley Ave., Blue Island, 111. 
4115 Packers Ave., Chicago 9, 111. 
Henry St., Bethel, Conn. 
335 McLean Blvd., Paterson 4, N.J. 
1636 Wayside Hd., Cleveland 12, Ohio. 
Ryan Ave., Ashton, R.I. 
726 King St., Wilmington 99, Del. 
250 S. Water St., Providence 1, R.I. 
500 5th Ave., New York 36, N.Y. (Cleveland, Ohio). 
Norristown, Pa. 

61 Broadway, New York 6, N.Y. (Copperhlll, Tenn.). 
See Eastman Kodak Co. 

2611 West End Ave., Nashville 3 (Chattanooga), Tenn. 

20 Wagaraw Rd., Fair Lawn, N.J. 

440 Bank of the Southwest Bldg., Houston 2 (Channelview), Tex. 

135 E. 42d St., New York 17, N.Y. (Port Arthur, Tex.). 

See Eastman Kodak Co. 

P.O. Box 1597, Port Neches, Tex. 

P.O. Box 27, Bristol, Pa. (Trenton, N.J., and Moss Point, Miss.). 

120 Lister Ave., Newark 5, N.J. 

90 Mendon Ave., Pawtucket, R.I. 

3028 Locust St., St. Louis 3, Mo. 

2915 Southwest Blvd., Kansas City 8, Mo. 

P.O. Box 20, Evanston Sta., Cincinnati 7, Ohio (Toms River, N.J., 

and Norwood and St. Bernard, Ohio). 
520 W. 25th St., Chicago 16, 111. 
327 S. LaSalle St., Chicago 4, 111. 
59 Camden St., Paterson, N.J. 
206 Lower Elm St., Macon, Ga. 
17 N. 7th St., Allentown (Seiple), Pa. 
State Highway #17, Box F, E. Rutherford, N.J. 
491 Main St., Cambridge 42, Mass. 
90 West St., New York 6 (Brooklyn), N.Y. 
2 Wood St., Paterson 4, N.J. 



30 E. 42d St., New York 17, N.Y. (Torrance, Calif.; Whiting, Ind. 
Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Port Lavaca and Texas City, Tex.; and 
Institute and S. Charleston, W. Va.). 



DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS 

TABLE 23.— Synthetic organic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers , 255S~Continued 



173 



Name of company 



Union Carbide Corp. — Continued 

Union Carbide Plastics Co. Div 

Silicones Div 

Union Oil Co. of California 

United Cork Co 

United Rubber & Chemical Co 

United States Borax Research Corp 

U. S. Industrial Chemicals Co., Div. 
of National Distillers & Chemical 
Corp. 

U. S. Oil Co 

United States Pipe & Foundry Co 

U. S. Plastic Products Corp 

United States Procaine Co., Ino 

U. S. Rubber Co., Naugatuck Chemical 
Div. 

Universal Detergents, Inc 

Universal Oil Products Co., Universal 
Polychem Manufacturing Div. 

Universal Western Chemical Corp 

Upjohn Co 

Valchem 

van Amerlngen-Haebler, Div. of Inter- 
national Flavors and Fragrances, Inc 

Vanderbilt Chemical Corp 

Van Dyk & Co., Inc 

Varcum Chemical Corp 

Velsicol Chemical Corp 

Verley Chemical Co., Inc 

Verona-Pharma Chemical Corp 

Vickers Petrolexim Co., Inc 

Victor Chemical Works 

Vineland Chemical Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp 

Visco Products Co 

Vitamins, Inc 

Vita-Var Corp 

Wallace & Tieman, Inc 

Harchem Div 

Lucidol Div 

Warner-Jenkinson Manufacturing Co 

Warren Paint & Color Co 

Washburn, T. F., Co 

Watertown Manufacturing Co 

Werner Drug & Chemical Co 

Western Dry Color Co 

Westinghouse Electric Corp 

Westville Laboratories 

West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co., 

Polychemlcals Div. 

Wetherill, George D., Varnish Co 

Wheeler, Reynolds & Stauffer 

White &: Bagley Co 

White & Hodges, Inc 

Whitteraore-Wright Co., Inc 

Wiea Co., Inc 

Wilmot & Cassldy, Ino 

Wilson Laboratories Div. of Wilson & 

Co . , Inc . 

Wilson Organic Chemicals, Inc 

Witco Chemical Co 

Witte, John H., & Sons, Resin Div 

Wolf, Jacques, & Co 

Woonsocket Color & Chemical Co 

Wyandotte Chemicals Corp 

%eth Laboratories, Inc., Div. of 

American Home Products Corp. 
Young Aniline Works, Inc 



Office address (location of plant given in 
parentheses if not in same city as office) 



30 E. ^2A St., New York 17, N.Y. (Ottawa, 111.; %andotte, Mich.; 

Bound Brook, N.J.; and Marietta, Ohio). 
30 E. ^2i St., New York 17, N.Y. (Sistersvllle, W. Va. ) . 
P.O. Box 7600, Los Angeles 54, Calif. (Arroyo Grande, Rodeo, Santa 

Maria, and Wilmington, Calif.; Cut Bank, Mont.; and Edmonds, 

Wash.). 
Central Ave., Kearny (Jamesburg), N.J. 
P.O. Box 149, Baytown, Tex. 

630 Shatto PI., Los Angeles 5 (Boron), Calif. 
99 Park Ave., New York 16, N.Y. (Anaheim, Calif.). 



Box 1345, Providence (Phillipsdale) , R.I. 

330C First Ave., N., Birmingham, Ala. 

Lake and Whitman Aves., Metuoheu, N.J. 

2911 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn 7 (College Point), N.Y. 

1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York 20, N.Y. (Naugatuck, Conn. ; 

1825 E. Spring St., Long Beach 6, Calif. 
30 Algonquin Rd., Des Plains (McCook), 111. 

12800 Imperial Hwy., Norwalk, Calif. 

301 Henrietta St., Kalamazoo 99, Mich. 

1A07 Broadway, New York 18, N.Y. (Langley, S.C). 

521 W. 57th St., New York 19, N.Y. (Union Beach, N.J.). 

230 Park Ave., New York 17, N.Y. (Bethel, Conn.). 

11 William St., Belleville 9, N.J. 

P.O. Box 476, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

330 E. Grand Ave., Chicago 11, 111. (Marshall, 111., and Memphis, 

Tenn.) . 
200 Pulaski St., Newark 5, N.J. 
lorio Ct., Union, N.J. 
Box 2240, Wichita (Potwin), Kans. 
155 N. Waoker Dr., Chicago 6, 111. 
West Wheat Rd., Vineland, N.J. 

401 E. Main St., Richmond 5, Va. (Charleston, S.C). 
1020 Holcombe Blvd., Houston (Sugar Land), Tex. 
809 W. 58th St., Chicago 21, 111. 
10 Commerce Ct., Newark 2, N.J. 
25 Main St., Belleville 9, N.J. 
25 Main St., Belleville 9, N.J. (Dover, Ohio). 
1740 Military Rd., Buffalo 5, N.Y. 
2526 Baldwin St., St. Louis 6, Mo. 
700 Wedgewood Ave., Nashville 4, Tenn. 
2244 Elston Ave., Chicago 14, 111. 
127 Echo Lake Rd., Watertown, Conn. 
759 Beechwood Ave., Cincinnati 32, Ohio. 
600 W. 52d St., Chicago 9, 111. 

P.O. Box 146, Pittsburgh 30 (East Pittsburgh), Pa. 
Wheeler Rd., Monroe, Conn. 
Charleston A, i.C. 

Haddon Ave. and White Horse Pike, Camden 3, N.J. 

636 California St., San Francisco 8 (Richmond), Calif. 

100 Foster St., Worcester 8, Mass. 

576 Lawrence St., Lowell, Mass. 

62 Alford St., Boston 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. 

122 E. 42d St., New York 17, N.Y. (lynwood, Calif.; Chicago, 111. 

and Brooklyn, N.Y.). 
Oak St. and Bluff Rd., Burlington, Iowa. 
P.O. Box 839, Passaic (Carlstadt and Clifton), N.J. 
179 Sunnyside Ave., Woonsocket, R.I. 
1609 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte, Mich. (Geismer, La.). 
P.O. Box 8299, Philadelphia 1 (West Chester), Pa. 

2731 Boston St., Baltimore 24, Md. 



APPENDIXES 

A. U.S. Imports of Coal-Tar Intermediates 
and Finished Coal-Tar Products 

Table 24 summarizes, for the period 1956-58, U.S. imports of coal-tar products dutiable 
under paragraphs 27 and 28 of the Tariff Act of 1930. The data, which were obtained by analyzing 
invoices covering imports through all U.S. customs districts, are given in detail in a separate 
report of the Tariff Commission.' 

In 1958, general imports of coal-tar chemicals entered under paragraph 27 totaled 14.4 mil- 
lion pounds, with a foreign invoice value of $10.7 million, compared with imports of 11.9 million 
pounds, also valued at $10.7 million, in 1957. Most of the coal-tar chemicals imported in 1958 
were declared competitive (duty based on "American selling price"). Almost half of total imports 
of these products in 1958 came from West Germany; imports from that country amounted to 6.9 
million pounds, compared with 4.9 million pounds in 1957. Imports from Italy in 1958 amounted 
to 1.7 million pounds, compared with 835,000 pounds in 1957. Imports from the Netherlands 
totaled 1.4 million pounds in 1958, compared with 446,000 pounds in 1957, and imports from the 
United Kingdom amounted to 1.2 million pounds in 1958, compared with 1.4 million pounds in 
1957. In 1958 sizable quantities of products dutiable under paragraph 27 also were imported from 
Belgium (748,000 pounds), Denmark (710,000 pounds), Switzerland (624,000 pounds), France 
(567,000 pounds), Sweden (292,000 pounds), Japan (166,000 pounds), and Canada (108,000 pounds). 



— Coal-tar intermediates and finished coal-tar products: U.S. general imports, classified by use, 

1956-58 



(Jiantity 



Foreign 

Invoice 

value 



(Jiantity 



Foreign 
invoice 
value 



(Jiantity 



Foreign 
invoice 
value 



Intermediates^ 

Finished coal-tar products, total 

Dyes, total 

Acid 

Azoic compositions 

Basic 

Direct 

Disperse 

Fiber-reactive 

Fluorescent brightening agents 

Ingrain 

Mordant 

Solvent 

Sulfur 

Vat - 

All other 

Synthetic organic pigments (toners and 

lakes ) 

Medicinals and pharmaceuticals 

Flavor and perfume materials 

All other 



1.000 
pounds 
6,659 

5,126 



2,804 
551 

28 
lAl 
529 

28 

(^) 
277 
247 
11 
825 
167 

818 

310 

1,194 



1,000 
dollars 
4,776 

10,439 



1,000 
pounds 
11,869 

6,604 



4,837 
1,237 
49 
307 
1,111 
55 
(^) 
(^) 
(') 
359 
332 
11 
1,139 
237 

4,258 

500 
844 



3,187 

700 

11 

211 

674 

50 

(=) 

256 
164 
6 
655 
460 

(^) 
1,349 
275 
1,793 



1,000 
dollars 
10,683 

13,278 



5,586 
1,582 
27 
382 
1,513 
115 
(=) 
(') 
(^) 
351 
332 
5 
858 
421 

(') 
5,792 
392 
1,508 



1,000 
pounds 
14,408 

7,092 



3,440 
947 

24 
342 
716 

59 
220 
289 

46 
175 

23 

18 

575 

4 

209 
1,550 

391 
1,502 



1,000 
dollars 



10,654 



15,784 



6,467 

1,833 

45 

666 

1,576 

131 

631 

293 

118 

252 

74 

17 

824 

7 

286 

7,185 

610 

1,236 



^ Includes small quantities of organic pesticides and agricultural chemicals, rubber-processing chemicals, and 
surface-active agents. 

^ Not separately classified in 1956 and 1957. 

Source: Compiled from the records of the U.S. Bureau of Customs. 



U.S. Tariff Commission, Imports of Coal-Tar Products, 1958, 1959 [processed]. 



175 



176 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 

The most important individual intermediates imported in 1958 were caprolactam monomer, 
refined naphthalene, acetoacetanilide, and anthraquinone. In 1958 imports of caprolactam, which 
totaled 2.7 million pounds, came from West Germany and the Netherlands; imports of refined 
naphthalene, which totaled 901,000 pounds, came from Belgium, West Germany, the Netherlands, 
and the United Kingdom. Imports of acetoacetanilide, which came from the United Kingdom, West 
Germany, and the Netherlands, totaled 428,000 pounds in 1958, and imports of anthraquinone, 
which came from the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Japan, and Italy, totaled 424,000 
pounds. Annong the other important individual chemicals imported, gamma acid came from the 
Netherlands, West Germany, Italy, and Japan; H-acid from West Germany and Italy; and p- 
aminophenol from West Germany and France. West Germany was also the source of all or most 
of the imports of cyclohexylamine, the desmodurs, m -chloroaniline, 2-naphthol, and 1-naphthol; 
Italy, of all the phthalic anhydride and p-nitrophenol, sodium salt; France, of all the hydroxycin- 
namic acid, sodium salt; Sweden, of all the p-nitrobenzoic acid; and Japan, of most of the 1,4- 
naphthoquinone. 

Imports in 1958 of all finished coal-tar products that are dutiable under paragraph 28 com- 
prised 1,636 items, with a total weight of 7.1 million pounds and a foreign invoice value of $15.8 
million. In 1957 imports consisted of 1,519 items, with a total weight of 6.6 million pounds and 
a foreign invoice value of $13.3 million. In 1958, as in 1957, medicinals and pharmaceuticals 
were the most important group of finished coal-tar products imported. Imports of medicinals 
and pharmaceuticals amounted to $7.2 million (foreign invoice value), or 45.6 percent of the total 
value of all imports under paragraph 28. In 1957 imports of medicinals and pharmaceuticals 
amounted to $5.8 million (foreign invoice value), or 44 percent of the total value of all imports 
under paragraph 28. 

Imports of coal-tar dyes, the next most important group of products entered under para- 
graph 28 in 1958, were 20.4 percent larger in that year than in 1957. In 1958 imports of dyes 
(excluding synthetic organic pigments) were valued at $6.5 million (foreign invoice value), or 
41.1 percent of total imports under paragraph 28. In 1957 imports of dyes (excluding synthetic 
organic pigments) were valued at $5.4 million, or 40.6 percent of total imports under paragraph 
28. Separate statistics for imports of synthetic organic pigments (toners and lakes) are shown 
in this report for the first time. Imports of such pigments in 1958 were valued at $286,000, 
compared with an estimated $224,000 in 1957. Imports of perfume and flavor materials in 1958 
($610,000) were 55.6 percent greater than in 1957 ($392,000). In 1958 imports of other coal- 
tar products entered under paragraph 28 (chiefly synthetic resins) were 20.0 percent smaller 
than in 1957; imports of such products were valued at $1.2 million in 1958, compared with $1.5 
million in 1957. 



APPENDIX B 



177 



B. Research Workers and Research Expenditures in the 
Synthetic Organic Chemical Industry 

Because the synthetic organic chemical industry has evidenced considerable interest in sta- 
tistics on chemical research, the Tariff Commission for a number of years has collected and 
published statistics on the number of technically trained research workers in the industry, their 
salaries, and the cost of research (see table 25). Such information is not available elsewhere. 
Many of the companies that produce synthetic organic chemicals also manufacture other products, 
and the cost of research applicable to synthetic organic chemicals must therefore be allocated; 
in some instances the allocation is somewhat arbitrary. Moreover, since not all companies 
report their research activities to the Tariff Commission, the data given in table 25 are only 
about 80 percent complete. Notwithstanding these limitations, the statistics do indicate general 
trends in the amount of research conducted in the field of synthetic organic chemicals. 

In 1958, 447 companies reported research activities on synthetic organic chemicals. The 
number of technically trained research workers reported for 1958 was 14,242, compared with the 
14,852 reported for 1957. The average salary paid in 1958 was $8,717, compared with $8,955 
in 1957. Total salaries paid research workers in 1958 amounted to $124 million, compared with 
$133 million in 1957. In 1958 the gross cost of research was $313 million- -about $4 million 
more than in 1957. Research conducted for the industry outside the facilities of the reporting 
companies --a cost not included in the gross cost given above --amounted to $14 million, or about 
$3 million less than in 1957. This figure, however, probably does not represent all research 
projects conducted for the reporting companies in universities and private laboratories, or all 
consulting services. 



TABLE 25. ■ 



-Synthetic organic chemical industry: Number of research workers, salaries paid research workers, 
and cost of research, 1954-58 



Companies 
reporting 



Technically 
trained 
research 
workers^ 



Salaries 

paid 
research 
workers 



Total reported cost of research 



Within the plant 



Gross 



Nef 



Outside 

the 

plant 



1954. 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 



388 
403 
409 
441 
447 



Nutiber 
13,474 
14,191 
15,498 
14,852 
14,242 



1,600 
dollars 
94,432 
104,804 
117,186 
133,005 
124,151 



l.OOU 
dollars 
236,524 
252,530 
313,430 
309,716 
313,315 



1.000 
dollars 
221,842 
239,511 
308,376 
305,748 
309,070 



1,000 
dollars 

9,238 

11,614 
12,566 
16,687 
13,839 



■"■ For the years 1954-55 a technically trained research worker was defined as a person with technical training en- 
gaged in research work and earning not less than $3,600 per year; for 1956-58 a research worker was defined as such 
a person earning not less than $4,500 per year. 

^ The net-cost figure is obtained by 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 industry and trade by a variety of names. 
Individuals in the industry and trade frequently are not acquainted with all the synonymous names 
for a given product. To bring together the synonymous names for each product, the tables on in- 
termediates in this report (table 7A in pt. II and table 7B in pt. Ill) show the standard naine, in 
accordance with the system used by Chemical Abstracts; the standard name is frequently followed 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 originally was com- 
piled at the suggestion of the Industry Advisory Committee on Government Reports, 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 en- 
countered in the trade. The second column gives the corresponding standard (Chemical Abstracts) 
names, under which the data are presented in tables 7A and 7B. 



178 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1958 



Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names 



Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Acedlanthrone 

1,2-Acenaphthenedione 

A-Acetamido-S-aminophenol hydrochloride 

p-Acetamidobenzenesulfonyl chloride 

5-Aoetamldo-2-hydroxybenzoic acid 

l-Aoetamido-2-methoxynaphthalene 

l-Acetamido-2-naphthol 

l-Acetamido-7-naphthol 

2-Acetamido-4-nitrophenol 

5-Acetamido-orthanilic acid 

Acetanilide-p-sulfonic acid 

Aoetanilid sulfon chloride 

Acetate leuco violet 

p-Acetoacetchloranllide 

Aoetoacet-o-chloroanilide 

o-Acetoacetochloroanilide 

Acetoaceto-l-naphthylamide 

N-Acetoaceto-l-naphthylamine 

m-Acetoacetoxylidide 

Acetoacet-o-toluidide 

Acetoacet-o-toluidine 

Acetoacetyl-o-anisidine 

Acetoacetyl benzidine 

Acetyl-p-amlno-o-aminophenol hydrochloride 

l-Acetyl-3-C'i-anilno-m-anisyl)urea 

Aoetylamino Cleve's acid 

N-Acetyl-l-amlno-8-napntnol-3,6-disulfonic acid 

Acetyl-o-anisidlne 

Aoetyl-p-anisidine 

Acetyldiaminoanthraquinone 

Acetyl-2,'i-diaminophenol hydrochloride 

Acetyl H acid 

Acetyl-lj-i-naphthalenediamine-eCand 7)-sulfonio acids 

Acetyl-p-nitro-o-aminophenol 

Acetyl-m-phenylenediamine 

Acetyl-p-phenylenediamine 

Acetyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfate 

N*-Acetyl-N-'--2-pyrimidinylsulfanilamide 

Acetylsulf adiazine 

Acetylsulf amerazine 

Acetylsulf amethazine 

N'"'- Acetylsulf anilamlde 

N^-Acetylsulf anilamide 

2-(N*-Acetylsulfanilamldo)thiazole 

Acetylsulf athiazole 

N*-Acetyl-2-sulfo-p-phenylenediamine 

N-Acetyl-o-toluidine 

1,2, A- Acid 

Ami chin 

m-Aminoaoetanilide 

p-Aminoaoetanilide 

p-Aminoacetanilide sulfate 

m-Aminoacetophenone 

6-(p-Amlnoanlllno)metanllic acid 

p-Aminoazobenzene 

Aminoazobenzene disulfo acid 

Aminoazobenzene-3,'i-disulfonic acid 

p-Aminoazobenzene hydrochloride 

Aminoazobenzene-m-sulfonio acid 

Aminoazobenzene -p -sulfonic acid 

o-Amlnoazotoluene 

o-Aminoazotoluene sulfate 

"i-Aminoazotoluene-A-sulfonic acid and salt 

o-Aminoazotoluenesulfonic acid and salt 



Aceanthra[ 2,1-a] aceanthrylene-5,13-dione. 
Acenaphthenequinone . 

3'-Amino-'i'-hydroxyacetanilide hydrochloride. 
N-Acetylsulf anilyl chloride. 
5-Acetamidosalicylic acid. 
N-(2-Methoxy-l-naphthyl)acet amide. 
N- ( 2-Hydroxy- 1-naphthyl ) acet amide . 
N- ( 7-Hydroxy- 1-naphthyl ) acetamide . 
2 -Hydroxy-5 -nitroacetanllide. 
5-Aoetamldo-2-amiiiobenzenesulfonlc acid. 
N-Aoetylsulfanilic acid. 
N-Acetylsulf anilyl chloride. 
l,'i-Diamino-2,3-dihydroanthraquinone. 
A'-Chloroacetoacetanilide. 
2 ' -Chloroacetoacetanilide . 
2 ' -Chloroacetoacet ani lide . 
N-1-Naphthylacetoacetamide. 
N-1-Naphthylacetoacetamide . 

2 ,4'-Acetoacetoxylidide. 
o- Acetoacetotoluidide . 
o-Acetoacetotoluidide. 
o-Acetoacetanisldide . 

i' ,A "-Biacetoacetanlllde. 

3 ' -Amino-'i ' -hydroxyac et ani lide hydrochloride . 

l-Acetyl-3-(<i-ainino-3-methoxyphenyl)urea. 

8-Acetamido-5-amlno-2(and 3)-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

8-Acetamido- l-naphthol-3 , 6-dlsulf onic acid . 

o-Acetanisidide. 

p-Acetanisidide . 

l,5(or l,8)-Dlacetamidoanthraqulnone. 

3 -Amino-A' -hydroxyacetanllide hydrochloride. 
8- Acet amido- l-naphthol-3, 6-disulf onic acid. 
8-Aoetamido-5-amino-2(and 3)-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
2' -Hydroxy-5 ' -nitroacetanl lide . 

3 ' - Aminoacetanilide . 

4'-Aminoacetanilide . 

p-Aminoacetanilide sulfate. 

4'-{2-Pyrimidinylsulfamoyl)acetanillde. 

'4'-(2-Pyrlmldinylsulf amoyl) acetanlllde. 

,i'-(<l-Methyl-2-pyrimidinylsulf amoyl)acetanillde. 

A'-('i,6-Dimethyl-2-pyrimidinylsulfamoyl)acetanilide. 

N-Suif anilylacetamide . 

"i'-Sulf amoylacetanlllde. 

'4'-(2-Tliiazolylsulfamoyl)acetanilide. 

'>'-(2-Thiazolylsulfamoyl)acetanilide. 

5-Acetamido-2-aminobenzenesulfonic acid. 

o-Aoetotoluidide, 

l-Amino-2-naphthol-'i-sulfonlc acid. 

8-Amino-6-methoxyquinoline . 

3 '-Aminoacetanilide. 

A ' -Aminoacet ani lide . 

"i'-Aminoacetanillde sulfate. 

3 ' -Aminoacetophenone . 

5-Amino-2-(p-aminoanilino)benzenesulfonic acid. 

p-Phenylazoanlline . 

6-Amino-3,'i' -azodi[benzenesulfonic acid] . 

6-Amino-3,'i'-azodi[benzenesulfonic acid] . 

p-Phenylazoaniline hydrochloride . 

m-(p-Aminophenylazo)benzenesulfonio acid. 

p-(p-Aminophenylazo)benzenesulfonio acid. 

<i-(o-Tolylazo)-o-toluidine [NH2=1] . 

A- ( o-Tolylazo ) -o-toluidine su If ate . 

4-(A-Amino-m-tolylazo)-m-toluenesulfonic acid and 

salt. 
'4-('i-Aniino-m-tolylazo)-m-toluenesulfonic acid and 

salt. 



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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts 1 name 



Amlnoazoxylenetoluldtne 

p-Amlnobenzenearsonlo acid 

3-Aniinobenzenesulfonanilide 

4-Aminobenzenesulfcnanilide 

m-Aminobenzenesulfonic acid 

p-Am±nobenzenesulfonio acid 

o-Aminobenzoic acid 

m-Aminobenzoyl I(or J) acid 

p-Aminobenzoyl I(or J) acid 

p-Amlnobenzoyl-m-phenylenediam±ne 

o-Aminobiphenyl 

2-Aminobiphenyl 

4-Aminobiphenyl 

l-Amlno-4-brcinoanthraqulnone-2,5-disulfonic acid 

l-Amlno-2-bramo-<t-(p-toluldine)anthraquinone 

3- Amino-N-butyl-p-anisolesulf onamide 

p-Amino-N-(n-butyl)phenol 

2-Amino-4'-chloroacetanilide 

5-Amino-2-chlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

5-Amlno-3-chlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

S-Amino-A-chlorobenzenesulfonlc acid 

2-Amino-4-ohlorobenzoic acid 

3-Amino-6-chlorobenzoio acid 

Amlnochlorodiphenyl 

Aminochlorodiphenyl ether 

Aminochlorodiphenyl ether 

2-Ani±no-3-chlorotoluene [ CH3=l] 

2-Amino-i-chlorotoluene [ CH3=l] 

2-Amino-5-chlorotoluene [ CH3=l] 

2-Amino-C-chlorotoluene [ CH3=1] 

2-Amino-5-ohlorotoluene hydrochloride 

m-Amlno-p-cresol [CH3=l] 

3-Amino-p-cresol methyl ether [CH3=l] 

3-Amino-p-cresyl methyl ether 

omega- Amino-psi-cumene 

u-Amino-4'-eumene 

Aminodichlorobenzenesulfonic acid 

2-Amino-l,'i-diethoxybenzene 

2-Amlno-5-diethylamlnotoluene hydrochloride 

p-Aminoethylaniline 

4- Amino- 1 , 3-dihydroxyanthraquiiione 

2-Amlno-l,'i-dimethoxybenzene 

p-Aminodimethylaniline 

p- Aminodimethy lani line sulfate 

2-Amino-4,6-dinitrophenol and salt 

o-Aminodiphenyl 

p-Aminodiphenyl 

p-Aminodiphenylamine 

4-Aminodiphenylamine-2-sulfonic f eid 

Aminodiphenyl ether 

4-Aminoethcxyethylaniline 

Amino G acid 

S-Amino—i-hydroxybenzenearsonic acid 

Amino I(or J) acid 

p-Amino-N-isobutylphenol 

4-Amino-2-methylanisole [CH30=l] 

4.-Amino-4' -(3-methyl-5-pyrazolone)-2,2' -stilbenedi- 
sulfonio acid. 

4-Amlno-l-naphthalenesulfonio acid 

2-Aminonaphthalene-3,6,8-trisulfonic acid 

8-Amino-l-naphthcic lactam 

l-Amino-V-naphthol 

l-Amino-8-naphthol-2,'i-dlsulfonlc acid 

l-Amlno-8-naphthol-3,6-disalfonic acid 

l-Amino-8-naphthol-4,6-disulfonic acid 

2-Amino-8-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid 

4- Amino-5 -naphthol-1 ,3-disulf onic acid 



4-(2,4-Xylylazo)-o-toluidine [NH2=1]. 

Arsanilic acid [As03H2=l]. 

Met ani lani lide. 

Sulf anilanilide . 

Metanilic acid [ SO3H =1]. 

Sulfanilic acid [SOsHslj. 

Anthranilic acid [COOH=l]. 

6-(m-Aminobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

6-(p-Aminobenzamido)-l-naphtholj3-suLfonio acid. 

2,4,4' -Triartii nobenzophenone . 

2-Biphenylamine . 

2-Biphenylamine . 

4-Biphenylamlne . 

5-Amlno-8-bromo-l,6-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid. 

l-Aiiilno-2-bromo-4-(p-toluidino)anthraquinone. 

N-'--Butyl-4-methoxymetanilamide [S02NH2=l]. 

p-Butylaminophenol . 

4 -Chloroglycinanilide. 

6-ChIorometanilic acid [S03H=ll. 

5-Chlorometanilic acid [S03H=lJ. 

4-Chlorometanilic acid [S03H=1]. 

4-Chloroanthranilic acid [C00H=1 ]. 

5-Amino-2-chlorobenzoic acid. 

Chloro-2-(or 3, or 4)-biphenylamine. 

5-Chloro-2-phenoxyaniline . 

p-(p-Chlorophenoxy) ani line 

6-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=i]- 

5-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]- 

4-Chloro-o-toluidine iNH2=l]. 

3-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]. 

4-Chloro-o-toluidine hydrochloride . 

2-Amino-p-cresol [0H=1J. 

5-Methyl-o-anisidine [NH2=i1. 

5-Methyl-o-anisidine [NH2=1] • 

2,4-Dimethylbenzylamine . 

2,4-Dimethylbenzylamine . 

2,5-Dichlorosulfanilic acid. 

2,5-Diethoxyaniline. 

n' ,N^-Diethyltoluene-2,5-diamine hydrochloride. 

N , N-Dlethy 1-p-phenylenediamine . 

4 - Amlnox anthopu rpu rin . 

2 , 5-Dimethoxyani line . 

N,N-Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine. 

N,N-Dimethyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfate. 

Picramic acid and salt. 

2-Biphenylamine . 

4-Biphenylamine . 

N-Phenyl-p-phenylenediamlne . 

5-Amino-2-anilinobenzenesuIfonic acid. 

p-Phenoxyaniline. 

2-(p-Amino-N-ethylanilino)ethanol. 

7- Amino- 1 , 3-naphthalenedisulf onic acid . 

4-Hydroxy-o-arsanilio acid [As03H2=l]. 

6- Amino-1, 3-naphthalenedisulf onic acid. 

(p-Isobuty]amino)phenol. 

3-Methyl-p-anisidine [NH2=i]- 

4 ' -Amlno-4' - (3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl ) -2,2' 

stilbenedisulfonic acid. 
Naphthionio acid. 

7-Araino-l,3,6-naphthalenetrisulfonio acid. 
NaphthoE tyril . 
8-Aniino-2-naphthol. 

8-Amlno-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid. 
8- Amino-1 -naphthol-3,6-disulf onic acid. 
3-Amino-l-naphthol-3,5-disulfonic acid. 
7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 
8-Amino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonio acid. 



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Common name 



<i-Amino-5-naphthol-l,7-cllsulfonic acid 

5-Ainlno-^-naphthol-2,7-dlsulfonic acid 

6-Amino-'i-naphthol-2,7-disulfonic acid 

l-Amlno-S-naphthol-^ -sulfonic acid 

2-Ainino-5 -naphthol-7-sulf onlc acid 

2-Aiiiino-6-naphthol-8 -sulfonic acid 

2-Amino-8-naphthol-6-sulfonic acid 

4-Amino-3-naphthol-l-sulfonlc acid 

4.-Amlno-5-naphthol-l-sulfonic acid 

6-Amino-<4-naphthol-2-sulfonic acid 

7-Amino-3-naphthol-l-sulfonic acid 

7-Amino-4-naphthol -2 -sulfonic acid 

2-Amino-4-nitroanisole [CH3O =1] 

2-Amlno-5-nltroanisole 

2-Amlno-6-nltroanisole 

4-Ajnino-3-nltroanisole 

4-Amino-'i-nltrodiphenylamine-2-sulfonic acid 

2-Amlno-4-nltro-l_-phenol-6-sulfonlc acid 

2-Aminophenetole [C2H50=ll 

Aminophenol sulf amide 

o-Aminophenol-p-sulfonamide 

o-Aminophenol-p-sulfonic acid 

m- Amlnophenylcarboxypyrazolone 

l-(m-Aminophenyl)-3-methyl-5 -pyrazolone 

Aminophenylphenyl ether 

m-Aminophenylpyrazoloneoarboxyllc acid 

l-(m-Aminophenyl)-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxylic acid — 

p-Aminophenyl-p-tolylaminesulfonic acid 

2-Amino-4(3H)-pyTimidone 

Amino R acid 

5-Amlnoaaligenin-2-methyl ether 

6-Amino-3- (p-toluenesulf one ) amino-4-methoxytoluene 

3'-Amlno-(p-toluenesulfone)ethoxytoluene 

2-Aminotoluene-5-sulfonlo acid 

N-('4-Amlno-m-tolyl)-p-quinone imine 

ti)-Amino-l,2,<i-trimethylbenzene 

Aminoviolanthrene 

Amylnaphthalenes 

o-Amylphenol 

p-sec-Araylphenol 

p-tert-Amylphenol 

Aniline-2,4-disulfonic acid 

Aniline-2,5-disulfonic acid 

Aniline oil 

Aniline salt 

Aniline-m-sulfonic acid 

Anillne-p-sulfonic acid 

Anlline-omega-sulfonic acid 

4-Anilino-'i'-hydroxydiphenylamine 

6-Anilinometanilic acid 

2-Aniside-4-acetylurea 

o-Anisidine nitrate 

2-Anisidine-'i-sulfobutylamide 

o-Anisidine-p-sulfonic acid 

2-(m-Anisyl)-4-chloroanthranilic acid 

N-(p-Anisyl)-'i-chloroanthranilic acid 

N-(m-Anisyl)-4-chloroanthranilic acid 

(x-(p-Anisyl)-a-ethyl-p-raethoxyacetophenone 

a-(p-Anisyl)-p-methoxyacetophenQne 

N-(p-Anisyl)-4-nitroanthranilic acid 

N-(p-Anisyl)-p-phenylenediamine 

1,2-Anthrapyridine 

Anthraqulnonylaminoanthraquinone 

1,4,9, lO-Anthratetrol 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,5-disulfonic acid. 
8-Anilno-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonlc acid. 
7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3,6-dlsulfonic acid. 
8-Amlno-l-naphthol-5-sulfonic acid. 
6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
6-Amlno-2-naphthol-4-sulfonlc acid. 
7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid. 
l-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid. 
8-Amlno-l-naphthol-5-sulfonic acid. 
7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
6-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonio acid. 
6-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid. 
5-Nltro-o-anlsldine [NH2=1]. 
4-Nitro-o-anisldine [NH^^ll. 
3-Nitro-o-anisidine [nHj^iJ. 
2-Nitro-p-anisidlne [nH2"1]' 

2-(p-Aminoanilino) -5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid . 
6-Amino-4-nitro-l-phenol-2-sulfonlc acid. 
o-Phenetidine [ NH2=l]. 
2-Amino-l-phenol-4-sulf onamlde . 
2-Amino-i-phenol-4-sulfonamide. 
2-Amino-l-phenol-4-sulfonic acid. 
l-(m-Amlnophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 

acid. 
1- (m-Aminophenyl )-3-methyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one . 
p-Phenoxyaniline . 
1- (m-Aminophenyl) -5 -oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxy lie 

acid. 
l-(ra-Aminophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyrazollne-3-carboxylio 

acid. 
5-Amino-2-(p-toluidino)benzenesulfonic acid. 

Isocytosine. 

3-Amino-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

5-Amino-2-methoxybenzyl alcohol. 
4'-Amino-5'-methyl-p-toluenesulfon-o-anisidide. 

3-Methyl-N-(p-toluenesulfono)-p-phenetidine. 

4-Amino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=1]. 

N- (4-Amino-m-tolyl ) -p-benzoquinone imine . 

2,4-Dimethylbenzylamine . 

16-Arainoviolan throne . 

Pentylnaphthalenes . 

o-Pentylphenol . 

p-(l-Methylbutyl) phenol. 

p- ( 1 , l-Dimethy Ipropyl )phenoI . 

4-Ajnino-m-benzenedisulfonic acid. 

2-Amino-p-benzenedisulfonic acid. 

Aniline. 

Aniline hydrochloride. 

Metanilic acid [S03H=l]. 

Sulfanilic acid [S03H=l]. 

Anilinomethanesulfonic acid. 

p-(p-Anilinoanilino)phenol. 

5-Amino-2-anilinobenzenesulfonic acid. 

l-Acetyl-3-(4-amino-3-raethoxyphenyl)urea. 

4(or 5)-Nitro-o-anisidine [NH2=1] . 

N-"- -Butyl-4-methoxymetanilaraide . 

4-Methoxyraetanilic acid [S03H=l]. 

4-Chloro-N-(m-methoxyphenyl)anthranilic acid [C00H=1] . 

4-Chloro-N-(p-methoxyphenyl)anthranilic acid [C00H=1]. 

4-Chloro-N-(m-methoxyphenyl)anthranilio aeid [COOH=1] • 

2-Ethyl-4' -raethoxy-2- (p-methoxyphenyl ) aoetophenone . 

4' -Methoxy-2- (p-methoxyphenyl ) acetophenone . 

N-(p-Methoxyphenyl)-4-nitroanthranilic acid. 

N- (p-Methoxyphenyl ) -p-phenylenedi amine . 

Naphtho[2,3-h]quinoline. 

1, 1' -Iminodianthraquinone . 

Leucoquinizarin. 



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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



4-Antipyrinecarboxylic acid 

p,p -Azobis(N,N-diraethylaniline hydrochloride) 

4,4'-Azobisdiphenylamine 

Azohydroxy aniline 

Azoxyanillne 

m,m'-AzQxybisaniline 

Benzal chloride 

Benzaldehydedi sulfonic acid . 

Benzaldehydemonosulfonic acid 

l-(4-Benzamido-l-anthraquinonylinu.no)-5-benzamido- 

anthraquinone . 
2- [3-(4--Benzamido-2,5-diethoxyphenyl)-l-methyldlazo 

amino]ethanesulfonic acid. 
N-(4-Benzamido-2,5-diethoxyphenyl)-N-methyldiazo- 

taurine . 
3-('i-Benzamido-2,5-diethoxyphenyl)-3-sulfoethyl-l- 

methy It ri azene . 
[ 3-('i-Benzamido-6-methoxy-m-tolyl)-l-methyldiazo- 

amino] acetic acid. 
[ 3- (4-Benzamido-6-methoxy-m-tolyl ) -N-methyldiazo ] - 

glycine. 

Benzanthrone 

Benzanthronediajithraquinonyldiimide 

Benzeneazobenzene 

Benzene-l,3-dicarboxylic acid 

p-Benzenedicarboxylic acid 

1,3,5-Benzenetriol 

Benzidine disulfonic acid 

2,2 '-Benzidinedisulf onic acid 

Benzidine sulfonic acid 

Benz[od]indol-2(lH)-one 

Benzocaine (nonmedicinal grade) 

2-Benzofurylcyanomethyl ketone 

2H-l-Benzopyran-2-one 

1,2-Benzopyrone 

Benzotri chloride 

Benzoylacetanilide 

a-Benzoylacetanilide 

l-Benzoylamino-4— ami noanthraquinone 

2-Ben2oylamino-l,'i-diethoxybenzene 

2-Benzoylamino-l,i4-dimethoxybenzene 

5-Benzoylaraino-2-nitrodimethoxybenzene 

5-Benzoylamino-2-nitrohydroquinone, diethyl ester-- 

Benzoyl J acid 

2-Benzoylthiophene 

a-Benzylacetamide 

m-Benzy 1-p- aminophenol hydrochloride 

Benzyl chloride 

o-Benzyl-p-chlorophenol 

Benzyl cyanide 

N-Benzyl-ethylaniline 

N-Benzyl-N-ethyl-p-nltrosoaniline 

3-Benzyl-7-hydroxy-<i-methylcoumarin 

Benzylidineaoetophenone 

<i-Benzylidinearainoantipyrine 

Benzyl raercaptan 

p-Benzylphenylcarbamate 

p,p'-Biacetoaoetanilide 

Bibenzal 

Bibenzoyl 

Bibenzylidene 

o-Biphenylamine 

Biphenylene oxide 

p,p'-Bis{acetoacetanilide) 



Antipyric acid. 

p-Dimethylaminobenzenediaaouium chloride . 
p-Anilinobenzenediazonium chloride, 
p- (p- Amlnophenylazo )phenol . 
3,3' -Azoxydianiline. 
3,3' -Azoxydianiline. 



a ,a -Dichlorotoluene . 
4-Formyl-m-benzenedisulfonic acid. 
o-Formylbenzenesulf onic acid . 
^+,5' -Dibenzamido-i,l -iminodianthraquinone. 

2- [3-('i-Benzamido-2,5-diethoxyphenyl)-l-methyl- 

triazen-3-yl]ethanesulfonlc acid. 
2- [3- ( 'i-Benzamido-2, 5-diethoxyphenyl ) - 1-methyl- 

triazen-3-yl] ethanesulf onic acid. 
2-[3-('i-Benzamido-2,5-diethoxyphenyl)-l-methyl- 

triazen-3-yl] ethanesulf onic acid. 
[3-('i-Benzamido-6-methoxy-m-tolyl)-l-methyltriazen- 

3-yl]acetic acid. 
[3-(4-Benzamido-6-methoxy-m-tolyl)-l-methyltriazen- 

3-yl]acetic acid. 
7H-Benz[de] anthracen-7-one . 
3,9-Bis[l-anthraquinonylamino] -7H-benz [de] anthracen- 

7-one . 
Azobenzene . 
Isophthalic acid. 
Terephthalic acid. 
Phloroglucinol. 

■4,4 -Diamino-2,2 -biphenyldisulfonlo acid. 
A, A -Diamino-2,2 -biphenyldisulfonic acid. 
4,4 -Diamino-3-biphenylsulfonic acid, 
N aphthostyri 1 . 

p-Aminobenzoic acid, ethyl ester. 
2-Benzofuranacetonitrile . 
Coumarin. 
Coumarin. 

a, a, a -Trichlorotoluene. 
2-Benzoylacetanilide. 
2-Benzoylacetanilide. 
1- Amino-4-benzamidoanthraquinone . 
2 ',5 '-Diethoxybenzanilide. 
2 ',5 '-Dimethoxybenzanilide. 
2 ',5 '-Dimethoxy-4 '-nitrobenzanilide. 
2 ',5 '-Diethoxy-4 -nitrobenzanilide. 
6-Benzamido-l-naphthol-3-sulf onic acid . 
Phenyl-2-thienyl ketone. 
Hydrocinnamamide . 

4-Amino-a-phenyl-m-cresol hydrochloride. 
a-Chlorotoluene . 

4-Chloro-a-phenyl-o-cresol [ OH=l] . 
Phenylaoetonitrile . 
N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamine . 
N-Ethyl-N- (p-nitrosophenyl ) benzylamine . 
3-Benzyl-4-methylumbelllf erone . 
Chalcone. 

4-Benzylideneimlnoantipyrine . 
a-Toluenethiol. 
a-Phenyl-p-cresol carbamate. 
4 ' , 4 " ' -Biacetoacetani lide . 
Stilbene. 
Benzil. 
Stilbene. 
2-Biphenylamine . 
Dibenzofuran. 
4 ',4 " '-Blacetoacetanilide . 



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Conmon name 



N,N'-Bis(acetoacetyl)benzidine 

l,3-Bis('i-biphenyl)-2-thiourea 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) aniline 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl-m-toluidine) 

2,2'-BiE('i-hydroxyphenyl)propane 

N,N'-Bis-6-(l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid )urea- 

Blsphenol A 

Bisphenol B 

Blsphenol C 

Bisphenol G 

3,3'-Bltolylene-'i,4^'-dlisocyanate 



B.O.N 

Broenner's acid 

Bromamine acid 

p -Bromoacet amidoanthraquinone 

Bromobenzanthrone 

2-Bromoblphenylene oxide 

p-Broraomethylaminoanthraquinone 

A-Bromo-N-methyl-l,9-anthrapyTidone- 



a-Bromo-p-nitroacetophenone 

Bromoquinizarin 

o-(3-Bromo-p-tolyl)benzoic acid 

6-tert-Butyl-2,'i-diraethylacetophenone 

n-Butyl-p-nitrobenzoate 



p-Carboxybenzenesulfonamide ■■ 

3-Carboxy-<V-hydroxyacetanilide 

3-(Carboxymethyl)-l-(5-chloro-2-methoxyphenyl)-3- 

methylt ri azene . 

(o-Carboxyphenyl) acetic acid 

Cassella acid 

Chicago acid 

Chlorinated cresols 

2-Chloro-3-acetamino-9, 10-anthrahydroquinone acid 

ester. 

2-Chloro-3-acetaminoanthraquinone 

2-Chloro-3-acetamino-9,10-dihydroxyanthracene-9,10- 

disulfonic acid ester. 

o-Chloroacetoacetanilide 

Chloroacetylarsanilic acid 

5-Chloro-2-aniinoanisole [CH30=l] 

4-Chloro-2-amino-6-benzenesulfonic acid 

6-Chloro-3-aminobenzotrifluoride 

Chloroaminophenol 

2-Chloro-<i-aiiilnotoluene [CH3=1] 

3-Chloro-2-aminotoluene [CH3=1] 

5-Chloro-2-aminotoluene [ CH3=1] 

m-Chloroaniline-o-sulfonic acid 

p-Chloroaniline-m-sulfonic acid 

p-Chloroaniline-o-sulfonic acid 

■4-Chloro-o-anisidine [ CH30=1] 

5-Chloro-o-anisidine [GH30=1] 

3-Chloro-2-anthracenecarboxylic acid 

2-Chloroanthraquinone-3-carboxylic acid 

Chloroarsacetin 

2-Chlorobenzaldehyde-5 -sulfonic acid 

'i-Chlorobenzaldehyde-2-sulfonic acid 

l-Chloro-5-benzamideanthraquinone 

Chlorobenzanthrone 

4-Chlorobenzotrifluoride 

Chlorobenzyl cyanide 

l-Chloro-2-carboxyanthraquinone 

p-Chloro-m-cresol [CH3=1] 

2-Chloro-l,'i-dihydroxyanthraquinone 

Chloro H acid 

5-Chloro-8-hydroxyquinoline 

3-Chloro-3'-methoxy-6-dip.:enylami:iecarDoxylic acid- 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



A', A" '-Biacetoacetanilide . 

4 , "i ' -Diphenylthioc arbani lide . 

2, 2 ' - ( Phenylimino )diethanol . 

2,2'- (m-Tolylimino )diethanol . 

4 , 'i ' - Isopropy lidinediphenol . 

6,6'-Ureylenebis [l-naphthol-3-sulfonlc acid ]. 

4, 4 '-Isopropy lidinediphenol 

2, 2 '-Bis (<i-hydroxyphenyl)butane . 

A,4'-Isopropylidinedi-o-cresol. 

A, 4 '-Isopropy lidinebis [2-isopropylphenol] . 

Isocyanic acid, (3,3 '-dimethyl -4, 4 '-biphenylene ester. 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid. 

5-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

l-Amlno-'4-bromo-2-anthraquinonesulfonic acid. 

l-Acetamido-4-bromoanthraquinone . 

3-Bromo-7H-benz [de] anthracen-7-one . 

2-Bromodlbenzofuran. 

'i-Bromo-l-methylaminoanthraquinone . 

6-Bromo-3-methyl-7H-dibenz[f,iJ]isoquinollne-2,7(3H)- 

dlone. 
2-Bromo-4. '-nitroacetophenone . 
2-Bromoquinizarin. 

3 '-Bromo-4'-raethyl-2-biphenylcarboxylic acid. 
2 '-tert-Butyl-4',6 '-dimethylacetophenone . 
p-Nitrobenzoic acid, n-butyl ester. 



p-Sulf amoylbenzoic acid . 

5-Acetamidosalicylic acid. 

N- ( 5-Chloro-2-methoxyphenylazo ) -N-methylglycine . 

a -Carboxy-o-toluio acid . 
3-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisuironic acid. 
8-Amlno-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid. 
Cresols, chlorinated. 
2-Acetamido-3-chloro-9,10-dihydro-9,10-anthradiol- 

9,10-disulfonic acid, diethyl ester. 
2-Acetamido-3-chloroanthraquinone . 
2-Acetamido-3-chloro-9,10-dlhydro-9,10-anthradiol-9, 

10-disulfonic acid, diethyl ester. 
2' -Chloroacetoacetanilide. 
N-Acetyl-2-chloroarsanilic acid [As03H2=1]. 
A-Chloro-o-anisidine [NH2=l]. 
5-Chlorometanilic acid [ S03H=l] . 
6-Chloro-a,a,a-trif luoro-m-toluidine [NH2=1] . 
2-Amino-A-chlorophenol . 
3-Chloro-p-toluidine [NH2=1]. 
6-Chloro-o-toluidine [mH2=11. 
<i-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]- 
2-Araino-6-chlorobenzenesulfonic acid. 
6-Chlorometanllic acid. 
2-Amino-5-chlorobenzenesulf onic acid . 
5-Chloro-o-anisidine [NH2=1]. 
A-Chloro-o-anisidine [NH2=1]. 
3-Chloro-2-anthroic acid. 
3-Chloro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid. 
N-Acetyl-2-chloroarsanllic acid [As03H2=l]. 
4-Chloro-3-f ormylbenzenesulf onic acid . 
5-Chloro-2-formylbenzenesulfonic acid. 
l-Benzamido-5-chloroanthraquinone. 
Chloro-7H-benz [de] anthracen-7-one. 
4-Chloro-*,a,'i-trif luorotoluene. 
(p-Chlorophenyl)acetonitrile. 
l-Chloro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid. 
6-Chloro-m-cresol [OH=l] . 
2-Chlcroquinlzarin. 

8-Chloro-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 
5-Chloro-8-quinolinol. 
4-Chloro-N-(m-methoxyphenyl)anthranilic acid [C00H=1] 



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uommon name 



Standard (Chemical Atstracts) name 



3-Chloro-4'-methoxy-5-diphenylaminecarboxylic acid 

a-Chloro-2-methoxy-5-nitrotoluene 

[ 3-(5-Chloro-2-methoxyphenyl)-l-methyldiazoajnino] - 
acetic acid. 

Chloromethylanthraquinone 

o-Chloro-p-nitro aniline 

p-Chloro-c-nitroaniline 

Chloro-o-nitrobenzene 

■i-Chloro-3-nitrobenzotrifluoride 

4-Chloro-2-nitro-l-phenol-6-sull"onic acid 

■i-Chloro-S-nitrophenyl ether 

2-Chlorophenol 

<i-Chlorophenol 

Chlorophenylhydrazine-p-sulfonic acid 

l-(ni-Chlorophenyl)-3-methyl -5 -pyrazolone 

2-Chloro-o-phenyl phenol 

l-(6-Chloro-'i-sulfophenyl)-3-methyl-2-pyTazolin-5-one 

l-C2-Chloro-^-sulfophenyl)-3-methyl-5-pyrazolone 

l-(6-Chloro-3-sulfophenyl)-3-methyl-5-pyrazolone 

o-Chloro-p-toluene sodium sulfonate 

'i-Chlorotoluene-2-sulfonic acid 

m-Chlorotoluenethioglyoolic acid 

'i-Chloro-o-tcluidine [CH3=l] 

5-Chloro-2-toIuidine [CH3=l] 

5-Chloro-o-toluidine [CHs^l] 

o-Chloro-m-toluidine-p-sulfonic acid 

2-Chloro-p-toluidine-5-sulfonic acid 

2-Chloro-5-toluidine-4-sulfonic acid 

4-Chloro-o-tolylmercaptoacetic acid 

l-(5-Chloro-o-tolyl)-3-methyl-3-triazeneacetlc acid — 

Chlorotolylthioglycolic acid 

Chloro-sym-xylenol 

Chloroxylidenesulfonic acid 

4-Chloro-2,5-xylylmercaptoacetic acid 

Chromotropic acid 

Cinnamene 

1,6-Cleve 's acid 

1,7-Cleve'E acid 

Cleve's acid, mixed 

m-Cresidine 

Cresidine or p-Cresidine 

m-Cresol methyl ether 

m-Cresclsulfonic acid 

o-Cresotic acid 

Y-Cresotic acid 

o-Cresotinic acid 

Cresyldisulfide 

m-Cresyl methyl ether 

Cumaldehyde 

psi-Cumene 

psi-Cumidine 

Cuminaldehyde 

2-CyanopyTidine 

3-Cyanopypidine 

4-Cyanopyridine 

Dahl 's acid 

Dehydrothio-p-toluidine 

Desoxyanisoin 

Developer Z 

3,6-Diaminoacridine 



•4-Chloro-N-(p-methoxyphenyl)anthranilic acid. 

2-(Chloromethyl)-i-nitroanisole [CH30=1] . 

N- (5-Chloro-2-methoxyphenylazo )-N-methylglycine . 

l-Chloro-2-methylanthraquinone . 

2-Chloro-'i-nitroaniline. 

'i-Chloro-2-nitroaniline . 

l-Chloro-2-nitrobenzene . 

4-Chloro-a, a,a-trifluoro-3-nitrotoluene. 

'V-Chloro-6-nitro-l-phenol-2-3ulfonic acid. 

1- (4-Chloro-2-nitrophenoxy )benzene . 

o-Chlorophenol . 

p-Chlorophenol. 

'i-Chloro-3-hydrazinobenzenesulf onio acid . 

1- (m-Chlorophenyl ) -3-methyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one . 

2-Chloro-6-phenylphenol. 

5-Chloro-4-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazolin-l-yl)benzene- 

sulfonic acid. 
5-Chloro-4-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzene- 

sulfonio acid. 
<i-Chloro-3-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzene- 

sulfonio acid. 
3-Chloro-p-toluenesulfonic acid, sodium salt [S03H=l] 
5-Chloro-o-toluenesulfonic acid [SOjH^l]. 
(4-Chloro-o-tolylthio) acetic acid. 
5-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]. 
4-Chloro-o-toluidine [ NH2 =1 ] . 
4-Chloro-o-toluidine [ NH2 =1 ] . 

2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
e-Amino-'i-ohloro-m-toluenesulfonic acid [SOsH^l]. 
2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonio acid [SOsH^lj. 
("i-Chloro-o-tolylthiojacetic acid. 
N-(5-Chloro-o-tolyl)-N-methylglycine. 
('i-Chloro-o-tolylthio) acetic acid. 
•4-Chloro-3 , 5-xylenol . 

6-Amino-3-chloro-2,5-xylenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
(<i-Chloro-2,5-xylylthio) acetic acid. 
4,5-Dihydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonic acid. 
Styrene . 

5-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
8-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
5 (and 8)-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
2-Methyl-p-anisidine [ NH2=l] . 
5-Methyl-o-anisidine [ NH2=ll . 
m-Methylanisole [CH30=ll. 
5-Hydroxy-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
2,3-Cresotic acid. 
2,'i-Cresotic acid. 
2,3-Cresotic acid. 
p-Tolyl disulfide. 
m-Methylanisole [CHsOn). 
p-Isopropylbenzaldehyde. 
1,2, '4 -Trimethy Ibenzene . 
2 , "i , 5 -Trimethy lani line . 
p-Isopropylbenzaldehyde . 
Picolinonltrile . 
Nicotinonltrile. 
Isonicotinonitrile. 



6-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

2- (p-Aminophenyl ) -6-methylbenzothiazole . 

4 '-Methoxy-2-(p-methoxyphenyl ) acetophenone . 

3-Methyl-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one. 

Proflavine base. 



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Common name 



m-Diaminoanisole ^ 

3,3'-Diamlnoa2oxytenzene 

2.2 '-Diamlno-SjS'-bi-m-toluenesuLfonic acid 

A,A '-Dlamlno-l.l'-dianthraqulnonylaiiiine 

"ij^'-Dlaniino-l,!' -dianthrimlde 

Diamino-'i,<i '-dibenzoyl-l,l'-dlanthraqulnoneljn±ne 

Dlamlno-4,5'-dibenzoyl-l,l' -dlanthraqulnonylamine 

l,<i-Diamino-2,3-dIhydroxyanthraquinone 

3,6-Diamino-2,7-dimethylaerldine hydrochloride 

';,<i'-Diamlno-2,2'-dlmethylbiphenyl 

4.,i'-Diamlno-2,2'-dimethyldiphenylmethane 

4^,<i'-Dlamlnodiphenyl 

'i,A'-Diamlnodiphenylai!iine-2-sulfonic acid 

p,p'-Diaminodiphenyliiiethane 

p,p -Diaminodiphenylsulfide 

3.3 -Diaminodlphenyl urea 

Di(p-aminophenyl)sulfide 

l,3-Di(m-aminophenyl)urea 

2,6-Diamlnotoluene-+-sulfonio acid 

Diamylphenol 

l,5-Dianiliiioanthraqutnone-o,o'-dicarboxylic add 

o-Dianisidine 

l,2-Di-p-anisyl-l,2-ethanedlol 

2,'4-Di(p-anisyl)-3-ethyIhexane 

2,4-Dl(p-anlsyl)-3-ethylhexene 

a,P-Dianisylglycol 

3,'V-Di(p-anisyl)hexane 

l,l'-Dianthraquinoneimine 

l,l'-Dianthraquinonylamine 

Dlanthrimide 

Diazoaminobenzene 

Diazobenzene chloride 

^,5'-Dibenzamido-l,l'-amlnodianthraqulnone 

5,5'-Dibenzamido-l,l'-imlnodianthraquinone- 

Dlbenz an throne 

2,2'-Dibenzanthronyl 

13,13-Dibenzanthranyl 

Dibenzopyran 

Dibenzopyrrole 

Dl benzoyl 

4,5-Dibenzoylamidodianthraquinonylamine 

4^, •4'-Dibenzoyldiamino-l,l' -dianthrimlde 

Dibenzyl 

Dibenzylaniline 

Dibenzyl disulphide 

Dibenzyl ether 

Dibenzyl sodium sulfanilate 

Dibromoamlnoanthraquinone 

7,16-Dibromo-6,15-dihydro-5,9,14,18-anthrazlnetetrone 

p-Dlbromodlhydroxynaphthalene 

2,6-Dibramo-l,5-dihydroxynaphthalene 

A,5-Dibromo-l,8-dthydroxynaphthalene 

l,4.-Dichloroanillne 

2,5-Dichloroaniline-'i-sulfonic acid 

' l,5-Dichloro-^,8-anthraquinonedlsulfonic acid 

IjS-Dlchloro-'ijS-anthraquinonedlsulfonio acid 

2,6-Dichlorobenzalchloride 

o,o'-Dichlorobenzidine 

3,3'-Dichlorobenzldine base 

m,m'-Dichlorobenzldine hydrochloride 

2,'4-Dichlorobenzyl chloride 

2,<i-Dichlorobenzylidene chloride 

2,6-Dichlorobenzylidene chloride 

2,5-Dichlorophenylhydrazinesulfonlc acid ■ 

l-(2,5-Diohlorophenyl)-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxyllo acid 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



S-Methoxy-m-phenylenediamine . 

3,3 '-Azoxydiani line. 

2,2'-Diamino-5,5 -dlmethyl-3,3 -biphenyldisulfonlc 

acid. 
1, l' -Iminobis[4-aminoanthraqulnone] . 
1, l' -Imlnobis['4-aiiiinoanthraquinone] . 
l,l' -Imlnobis['4-benzamidoanthraquinone] . 
i,5'-Dibenzamldo-l,l -iminbdlanthraqulnone. 
1,4^-Diamlnohystazarin. 
Acridine yellow. 
m-Tolidine. 

4-, 4 -Methylenedi(m-toluldine) . 
Benzidine . 

5-Amino-2-(p-aminoanilino)benzenesulfonic acid. 
"ij^'-Methylenedianiline . 
4,"^ '-Thiodianlline. 
3,3 -Diamlnocarbanilide. 
■4,"; '-Thiodianiline. 
3,3 -Diamlnocarbanilide. 

3,5-Diamino-p-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

2,4-Dipentylphenol. 

l,5-Dianlltno-2,6-anthraquinonedioarboxylic acid. 

3,3 '-Dlmethoxybenzidine . 

l,2-Di(p-methoxyl)henyl)-l,2-ethanedlol. 

2, A-Di (p-methoxyphenyl) -3-ethylhexane . 

2 ,4-01 (p-methoxyphenyl ) -3-ethylhexene . 

1,2-Di (p-methoxyphenyl) -1,2-ethanedlol. 

3, 4-Di (p-methoxyphenyl )hexane . 

1,1'- Imlnod i anthr aqu inone . 

1, I'-Iminodianthraqutnone . 

1 , 1 ' - Iminod ianthr aquinone . 

1 , 3-Diphenyltriazene . 

Benzenedlazonium chloride. 

-i ,5 '-Dibenzamldo-1, 1 '-Iminodianthraquinone . 

l,l'-Imi-nobls[5-benzaiiildoanthraquinone] . 

Violanthrone. ^ 

(<i,'+'-Bi-7H-benz[de] anthracen)-7,7^-dione. 

(3,3'-Bi-7H-benz[de]anthracen)-7,7'-dione. 

Xanthene. 

Carbazole. 

Benzil. 

4,5'-Dibenzamido-l,l'-imlnodianthraquinone. 

l,l'-Iminobis [4-benzamidoanthraquinone] . 

Blbenzyl. 

N-Phenyldibenzylamine . 

Benzyl disulfide. 

Benzyl ether. 

N,N-Dlbenzylsulfanilic acid, sodium salt. 

l-Amlno-2,4-dibromoanthraqu inone. 

7, 16-Dibrc«aoindanthrene . 

4, 5-Dibromo-l, 8-naphthalenediol. 

2 , 6-Dibromo-l , 5 -naphthalenediol . 

4,5-Dibromo-l,8-naphthalenedlol. 

2,5-Dichloroanlline. 

2,5-Dlchlorosulfanilio acid [S03=l]. 

4,8-Dlchloro-l,5-anthraquinonedlsulfonic acid. 

4,5-Dlchloro-l,8-anthraquinonedisulfonic acid. 

a,a,2,6-Tetraohlorotoluene. 

3,3' -Dlchlorobenz idine . 

3,3' -Dichlorobenzidine . 

2,2'-Dichlorobenzidlne hydrochloride. 

a,2,4-Triohlorotoluene. 

a, a, 2 ,4-Tet rachlorotoluene . 

a, a, 2, 6-Tetrachlorotoluene . 

2,5-Diohloro-4-hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid. 

l-(2,5-Dlchlorophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 
acid. 



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Common name 



Standaiil (Chemical Abstracts) name 



2,5-Diohloro-<V-sulfobenzenediazohydroxide 

l-(2,5-Dichloro-4-suLfophenyl)-3-methyl-5-pyTazolone- 

2,A-Dlchloro-5-(p-toluenesulfonamido)-l-naphthol 



Dicresyldisulfide 

Dlcyclohexyl 

Diethanolaniline 

Diethanol-m-toluidine 

l,i-Diethoxybenzene 

N-(2,5-Diethoxy-4-nitrophenyl)t>enzamlde 

N-(2,5-Diethoxyphenol)benzajiiide 

Dlethylanlllne-m- sulfonic acid 

Diformyl-m-tolylenediamine 

1,2-Dlhydroacenaphthylene 

9,10-Dlhydroacridlne 

1 , 4-Dihydro-4-oxo-2, 6-pyridinedicarboxylic acid 

1,3-Dthydroxyanthraqulnone 

Ij-i-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

1,5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

1,8-Dihydroxyanthraqulnone 

2 , 6-Dihydroxyanthraquinone 

2,'4-Dttiydroxybenzoic acid 

Dihydroxybiphenyl 

ZjS-Dihydroxy-l.'ih-diaminoanthraquinone 

Dihydroxydibenzanthrone 

5,5 '-Dlhydroxydi-2-naphthylamine-7,7 '-disulfonic acid 

l,5-Dihydroxy-'i,8-dinitroanthraquinone 

p,p '-Dihydroxydiphenyldlmethylmethane 

^,A '-Dihydroxydiphenylsulfone 

5,5-Dihydroxy-7,7'-disulfonic-2,2'-dinaphthylamine 

Dihydroxyethylanlline 

N,N-Di(P-hydroxyethyl) aniline 

Dihydroxyethyl-3-toluldine 

N,N-Di(P-hydroxyethyl)-m-toluidlne 

3' ,^'-Dihydroxy-2-methylaiQinoacetophenone 

1,5-Dihydroxynaphthalene 

2,3-Dihydroxynaphthalene 

l,8-Dihydroxynaphthalene-3,6-disulfonic acid 

l,8-Dihydroxynaphthalene-<i-sulfonic acid 

2,3-Dihydroxynaphthalene-6-sulfonic acid 

p-Di-p-hydroxyphenylpropane 

7,8-Diketoacenaphthene 

2,3-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde 

3,4-Dimethox-ybenzaldehyde 

o-Dimethoxybenzene 

1,2-Dimethoxybenzene 

3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine-'+,4'-diisocyanate 



"ij'i'-Dimethoxybenzoin 

p,p'-Dimethoxybenzoylphenylcarbinol 

3,'4-Dimethoxybenzyl alcohol 

3,3 '-Dimethoxy-4-,'; '-biphenylbis [3-methyl-3- 

triazeneethanesulfonic acid] . 
N,N'-(3,3'-Dimethoxy-4,4'-biphenylenebisazo)bis(N- 

methyltaurine ) . 
2 , 2' -[ 3 , 3 '- ( 3 , 3 '-Diinethoxy-4-,'i '-blphenylene )bis ( 1- 

methyldiazoamino)] di(ethanesulfonic acid) . 
1, 1' - ( 3, 3 '-Dimethoxy-4,<i'-biphenylene )bis (3-methyl-3- 
(sulfoethyl)t^iazene) . 

Di-p-methoxyethylchalcone 

4,4'-Dimethoxy-a-hydroxy-a-phenylacetone 

N-(2,5-Dimethoxy-'i-nitrophenyl)benzamide 

N-(2,5-Dimethoxyphenyl)benzamide 

Dimethylacetanilide 

Dimethylaminoacetylcatechol 

<;-Dimethylamino-2,3-dimethyl-l-phenyl-3-pyrazolin-5- 
cme. 



2,6-Diohloro-A-hydroxydiazobenzenesulfonic acid. 
2, 5-Dichloro-4- (3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazolin-l-yl ) 

benzenesulfonic acid. 
N- (6 , 8-Dichloro-5 -hydroxy- 1-naphthyl ) -p-toluene- 

sulf onamide [ SOsNHa "1] . 
p-Tolyl disulfide. 
Bicyclohexyl. 

2,2 -(Phenylimino)diethanol. 
2,2 - (m-Tolyli mi no ) diethanol . 
p-Diethoxybenzene . 
2 ',5 '-Diethoxy-4 -nitrobenzanilide . 
2 ,5 -Diethoxybenzanllide. 
N.N-Diethylmetanilic acid [S03H=l]. 
N%N'-Diformyltoluene-2,5-diamine [CH3=1] . 
Acenaphthene . 
Acridan. 

Chelidamic acid. 
Xanthopurpurin . 
Quinizarin. 
Anthrarof in. 
Chrysazin. 
Anthraflavic acid. 
P-Resoroylic acid. 
Biphenol. 

1,4-Diaminohystazarin. 
16, 17-Dihydroxyviolanthrone . 
6,6'-Imlnobis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] . 
A , 8-Dinitroanthraruf in . 
A, A -Isopropylidenediphenol. 
4,4 ,-Sulf onyldiphenol . 

6,6 -Iminobis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid). 
2,2 -(Phenylimino) diethanol. 
2,2^-(Phenylim1no)diethanol. 
2,2' -(m-Tolylimino)diethanol. 
2,2' -(m-Tolylimino)diethanol. 
Adrenalone. 

1, 5-Naphthalenediol . 

2,3-Naphthalenediol. 

4,5-Dihydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

4,5-Dihydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. ■ 

6,7-Dihydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

4,4' -Isopropylidinediphenol. 

Acenaphthenequinone . 

o-Veratraldehyde . 

Veratraldehyde . 

Veratrole . 

Veratrole. 

Isocyanic acid, 3,3'-dlmethoxy-4,4'-biphenylene 
ester. 

p-Anisoin. 

p-Anisoin. 

Veratryl alcohol. 

3,3'-Dimethoxy-4,4'-bis[3-methyl-3-sulfoethyltriazen- 
l-yl]biphenyl. 

3,3' -Dimethoxy-4 , 4 ' -bis [ 3-methyl-3-sulf oethy It ri azen- 
1-yl] biphenyl. 

3, 3' -Dimethoxy-4, 4' -bis[3-methyl-3-su If oethy Itriazen- 
1-yl] biphenyl. 

3 , 3 ' -Dimethoxy-4 , 4 ' -bis[ 3 -methyl- 3 - su If oethy It ri azen- 

1-yl] biphenyl. 
o-Ethy 1-4 , 4 ' -dimethoxychalcone . 

p-Anisoin. 

2 ', 5' -Dimethoxy-4 '-nitrobenzanilide . 

2',5 '-Dimethoxybenzanilide. 

Acetoxylidide . 

3 ',4 '-Dihydroxy-2-dimethylaminoacetophenone . 

Aminopyrine . 



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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



N,N-Dlmethyl-3-aminophenol 

Dimethylaniline 

Dimethylbenzene 

2 ',4-Dimethylbenzehesulfonanllide 

2.2 '-Dimethylbenzidine 

3.3 '-Dimethylbenzidine 

2,'i-Dimethyl-6-tert-butylacetophenone 

l,3-Dimethyl-5-tert-butyl'benzene 

2,7-Dimethylceroxanol 

Dimethyldianthraquinonyl 

2,2 '-Dimethyl-l,l-dianthraquinonylamine 

Dimethylhydroresorcinol 

3,3 '-Dimethyl-4,4 '-methylenediphenyl isocyanate- 



Dimethyl-o-naphthylamine 

2,3-Dimethyl-5-oxo-l-phenyl-3-pyrazoline-A-carboxylic 
acid. 

2,3-Dimethyl-l-phenyl-3-pyrazolin-5-one 

2,7-Dimethylquinoline 

Dinaphtho[l,2,3-cd,l',2',3'-lm]perylene-9,18-dione--- 

Dinaphtho [l, 2, 3-cd , 3 ', 2 ', 1 '-Im] perylene-5 , 10-dione 

1,4-Dinitrobenzene 

2,'*-Dinitrobenzene 

Dinitrochlorobenzene 

Dinltrochlorobenzenesulf onic acid 

3 , 5-Dinitro-'i-chlorobenzolc acid 

2,6-Dinitro-'i-chlorophenol 

Dinitro-o-cyclohexylphenol 

<i,'i'-Dinitro-l,l'-dianthraquinonylamine 

Dinitrodibenzanthronyl 

Dinitrohydroxydiphenylamine 

Dinitrotetramethy Idiaminodiphenylmethane 

2,'i-Dinitrotoluenesulfonic acid 

1,2-Dioxoacenaphthene 

Dioxy S acid 

Diphenol 

Diphenyl 

2,'i-Diphenylamlne-l-hydroxyanthraquinone 

2,'i-Diphenylamino-l-oxyanthraquinone 

Diphenylcarbazide 

Dlphenyleneimine 

Diphenylene oxide 

Diphenyl epsilon acid 

Diphenyl ether 

Diphenyl ketone 

Diphenylmethanol 

Diphenyl oxide 

l,3-Diphenyl-2-propen-l-one 

Diphenyl silicon dichloride 

1,3-Diphenylurea 

N,N-Diphenylurea 

sym-Diphenylurea 

Dlpyrazoledianthrone 

1,3-Di-p-toluidineanthraquinone 

1,'i-Di-p-toluidineanthraquinone 

l,3-Di(p-tolylamino)anthraquinone 

Iji-Di-p-tolylaminoanthraquinone 

S-Dixenylthiourea 

Durene 



N-Ethanol-N-ethyl-4-nitrosoaniline- 

2-Ethanolpyridine 

2-Ethoxy aniline 

i-Ethoxyaniline 

2-Ethoxy-6-sulfonaphthalene 

Ethyl-p-aminobenzoate 



m- (Dimethylamino )phenol . 

Xylldine . 

Xylene . 

p-Toluenesulfono-o-toluidide. 

m-Tolidine. 

o-Tolidine. 

2 '-tert-Butyl-'i'je'-dimethylacetophenone. 

5-tert-Butyl-m-xylene. 

2, 8-Dimethyl-13b-hydroxy-9 ( 13b ) -ceroxenone . 

2,2'-Diraethyl-l,l'-bianthraquinone. 

l,l'-Imlnobis[2-methylanthraquinone] . 

Dimethyl-l,3-cyclohexanedione. 

Isocyanlc acid, 2,2'-dimethyl-4,'i-'-!nethylenedi- 

phenylene ester. 
N , N-Dimethyl-1-naphthylamine . 
Antipyric acid. 

Antipyrine . 

m-Toluquinaldine . 

Isoviolanthrone . 

Violanthrone. 

p-Dinitrobenzene . 

m-Dinitrobenzene . 

l-Chloro-2,'*-dinitrobenzene. 

'i-Chloro-3,5-dlnitrobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 

4-Chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzoic acid [GOOH=l]. 

4-Chloro-2 , 6-dinitrophenol [ 0H=1 ] . 

2-Cyclohexyl-'i,6-dinitrophenol [ OH=l] . 

l,l'-Iminobis[^-nitroanthraquinone]. ^ 

Dlnitro(3,3 '-bi-VH-benzIde] anthracene) -7,7 -dione. 

p-(2,'i-Dtnitroanilino)phenol. 

i,4'-Methylenebis [N,N-dimethyl-2-nitroanil±ne] . 

3,5-Dinitro-o-toluenesuironlo acid [S03H=l]. 

Acenaphthenequinone . 

ijS-Dihydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

Blphenol. 

Biphenyl . 

2 , <i -Di ani lino- 1-hydroxy anthr aquinone . 

2 , "i-Di ani lino- 1-hydroxy anthraqu inone . 

1,5-Diphenylcarbohydrazide. 

Carbazole. 

Dibenzofuran. 

8-Diphenylamino-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

Phenyl ether. 

Benzophenone . 

Benzhydrol. 

Phenyl ether. 

Chalcone. 

Dichlorophenylsilane. 

Carbanilide. 

Garb ani lide. 

Carbanilide. 

[3,3'-Bianthra[l,9]pyTazole]-6,6'(2H,2'H)-dione. 

1 , 3-DH,p-tolulaino ; anthraquinone . 

1, "i-Di (p-toluidino ) anthraquinone . 

1 , 3-Di (p-toluidino ) anthraquinone . 

1 ,4-Di (p-toluidino ) anthraquinone . 

4,4.' -Dipheny Ithiocarbani lide . 

1 , 2 , 4 , 5 -Tet ramethylbenzene . 



2-(N-Ethyl-4-nitrosoanilino)ethanol. 
2-Pyridineethanol . 
o-Phenetidine [NH2=1]. 
p-Phenetidine [NHj=l]. 
6-Ethoxy-2-naphthalenesulf onic acid . 
Aminobenzoic acid, ethyl ester. 



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Common name 



Ethyl-o-amlno-p-oresol 

Ethylanlline (mono) 

N,N-Ethylbenzylanillne 

EthylbenzylanillnesuLfonio acid 

Ethylbenzyl-m-toluidine 

Ethylbenzyl-m-toluidtno-o-sulfonlc acid 



Ethyleneglyool monophenylether 

Ethyl hydrol 

N-Ethyl-N-(P-hydroxyethyl) aniline 

Ethyl ketone base 

2-[l-Ethyl-3-(2-methoxy-5-nitrophenyl)diazoamino]-5- 
sulf obenzoic acid . 

5-Ethyl-2-methylpyridine 

p-Ethylnitrobenzene 

Ethyl-p-nitrobenzoate 

Ethyl-p-nitrobenzoylacetate 

Ethyl phenyl ether 

EthylsuD-fobenzylanillne 

N-Ethyl-o-toluidine-p-suLfonic acid 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Fast red TR base 

p-Formylaniline 

p-Formyl-N,N-diethylaniline 

<i-Formyl-3-pyrazolin-5-one 



G acid 

Gamma acid 

Gamma disulfo acid 

Glycerolmonoethylanlline- 



H acid 

Halocrin 

Hexahydrobenzoic acid 

Hexahydropyridine 

Homophthalic acid 

a-m-Homosalicylic acid 

p-Homosalicylic acid 

Hcraoveratric acid 

o-Homoveratric acid 

Hcmoveratronitrile 

Hcmoveratrylamine 

1, 2-1, 2-Hydra2lnedibromoanthraquinone- 

Hydrol 

Hydroquinone dimethyl ether 

l-Hydroxy-A-aminoanthraquinone 

7-Hydroxycoumarin 

A-Hydroxydiphenol 

P-Hydroxyethyl-o-chloro aniline 

Hydroxyethylethylaniline 

Hydroxyethylmethylaniline 

N-(P-Hydroxyethyl)-N-methylaniline 

Hydro xyethyl-3-toluidine 

2-Hydroxymetanilic acid 

"i-Hydroxymetanilic acid 

2-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenz aldehyde 

2-Hydroxy-3-methylbenzoic acid 

2-Hydroxy-4-methylbenzoic acid 

2-Hydroxy-5-methylbenzoic acid 

V-Hydroxy-A-methylcoimiarin 

2-Hydroxy-5-nitrometanilic acid 

<i-Hydroxy-5-nitrometanilic acid 

2-Hydroxyphenetole 

p-Hydroxyphenylarsonic acid 



3-Ethylamino-p-cresol [OH=l]. 

N-Ethylaniline . 

N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamine . 

a-(N-Ethylanilino)-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=1] 

N-Benzyl-N-ethyl-m-toluidlne [ NH2=l]- 

A- ( N-Benzyl-N-ethylamino ) -o-toluenesulf onic acid 

[ SO3H =1] . 
2-Phenoxyethanol . 
4- ,4 ' -Bis [ diethylamino ]benzhydrol . 
2- ( N-Ethylanilino ) ethanol . 
4-,'4'-Bis[dlethylajnino]benzophenone. 
2- [l-Ethyl-3- (2-methoxy-5-nitrophenyl)triazen-3- 

yl]-5-sulfobenzoic acid. 
5-Ethyl-2-picoline . 
1-Ethyl-A- nitrobenzene . 
p-Nitrobenzoic acid, ethyl ester. 
p-Nitrobenzoylaoetic acid, ethyl ester. 
Phenetole. 

a- ( N-Ethylanilino )-p-toluenesulfonic acid [SOsH^l] 
3-Ethylamino-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 

4-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=ll. 
p-Aminobenz aldehyde . 
p- (Diethylamino)benzaldehyde . 
5-0xo-3-pyrazoline-A-carboxaldehyde . 



2-Naphthol-6,8-disulfonic acid. 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfo;iic acid. 
7-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonio acid. 
3- ( N-Ethylanilino ) -1, 2-propanediol . 



8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 

6,9-Dichloro-2-methoxyacridine. 

CyclohexanecEirboxylic acid. 

Piperidine . 

a-Carboxy-o-toluic acid. 

2,A-Cresotic acid [COOH=l]. 

2,5-Cresotic acid [COOH=l] . 

(3,4-Dimethoxyphenyl)acetic acid. 

(2,3-Dimethoxyphenyl)acetic acid. 

( 3 , "i-Dlmethoxyphenyl ) acetonit rile . 

3 , <i-Dimethoxyphenethylamlne . 

7 , 16-Dibromoindanthrene . 

4,4 '-Bis ( dimethylamino )benzhydrol . 

p-Dimethoxybenzene . 

l-Amino-4-hydroxyanthraquinone . 

Umbelliferone. 

p-Phenylphenol . 

2- ( o-Chloroanilino ) ethanol . 

2- ( N-Ethylanilino )ethanol . 

2- (N-Methylanilino) ethanol. 

2- ( N-Methylanilino ) ethanol . 

2-(m-Toluidino) ethanol. 

6-Amino-l-phenol-2-sulfonic acid. 

2-Amino-l-phenol-4-sulfonic acid. 

o-Vanillin. 

2,3-Cresotic acid [ COOH=ll . 

2,4-Cresotic acid [ COOH=ll . 

2,5-Cresotic acid [ C00H=1] . 

4-Methyluiiibellif erone . 

6-Amino-4-nitro-l-phenol-2-sulf onic acid . 

2-Amino-6-nitro-l-phenol-4-sulfonic acid. 

o-Ethoxyphenol . 

p-Hydroxybenzenearsonic acid [As03H2=11. 



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Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



p-Hydroxyphenyl-n-butylarm" ne 

3-(p-Hydroxyphenyl)hydratropic acid 

N-(p-Hydroxyphenyl)-2-naphthylaiiiine 

P-(p-Hydroxyphenyl)-a-phenylpropionic acid 

3-(p-Hydroxyphenyl)-2-phenylpropionlc acid 

4-HydroxypyTidine-2,6-dicarboxylic acid 

8-Hydroxyquinoline 

m-Hydroxytoluene 

o-Hydroxytoluene 

p-Hydroxytoluene 

6-Hydroxy-m-toluidine [ NH2=l] 

2-Hydroxy-p-toluic acid 

I acid 

I acid imide 

2,2 '-(1,3-Indandione)quinollne 

Isobutyl p-nitrobenzoate 

Isodibenz an throne 

p-Isopropylaniline 

Isopropylbenzene 

Isopropyl p-toluenesulfonate 

J acid 

J acid imide 

J acid urea 

K acid 

Koch's acid 

Lake red C amine 

Laurent 's acid 

Lead styphnate 

Lead trinitroresorcinate 

Leuco-l,<i-di(methylamino)anthraquinone 

Methandrone 

Methane base 

Methane salt 

o-Methoxyacetanilide 

p-Methoxyacetanilide 

A-Methoxy-'4'-aminodiphenylamlne 

2-Methoxy-'i-aminodiphenylamine-2 -sulfonic acid 

Methoxy aniline 

o-MethoxyanilinomethanesuLfonic acid 

2-(o-Methoxyanilino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

o-Methoxyanilino-p-sulfonic acid 

Methoxybenzene 

p-Methoxybenzoic acid 

<i-Methoxy-3 -chloro-6 -oarboxydiphenylamine 

2-Methoxy-6,9-dichloroacridine 

4 -Methoxy-i-nitrodiphenylamine-2'-suIfonic acid 

2-[ 3-(2-Methoxy-'i-nitrophenyl)-l-methyltriazeno] -5- 
sulfobenzoic acid. 

A-Methoxy-m-toluidine [CH3=1 1 

6-Methoxy-m-toluidine [NHj^l] 

[ 3- (6-Methoxy-m-tolyl)-l-methyltriazeno] acetic acid 

'4-Methyl-'i-aminodiphenylamine-2-sulfonic acid 

Methylaminosulfobenzoic acid 

o-Methylaniline 

Methylaniline (mono) 



p-Butylaminophenol . 
a-phenylphloretic acid, 
p - 2-Naphthy lamlnophenol . 
a-Phenylphloretic acid. 
a-Phenylphloretio acid. 
Chelidamic acid. 
8-Quinolinol. 
m-Cresol [OH=l]. 
o-Cresol [ OH=l] . 
p-Cresol [ OH=l] . 
2-Aniino-p-cresol [OH=l]. 
2,'i-Cresotic acid [COOH=l]. 



6-Amino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

6,6 '-Imlnobis [l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] . 

(iiinophthalone . 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, isobutyl ester. 

Isoviolanthrone . 

Cumidine . 

Cumene. 

p-Toluenesulfonic acid, isopropyl ester [S03H=l]. 



6-Amlno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

6,6 '-Iminobis [l-naphthol-3-sulf onic acid ] . 

6,6 '-Ureylenebis[l-naphthol-3-suLfonic acid] 



8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,5-dlsulfonic acid. 
8-Amlno-l,3,6-naphthalenetrisulfonic acid. 



2-Amino-5-ohloro-p-toluenesulf onic acid [ S03H=1] 
S-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
Styphnic acid, lead salt. 
Styphnic acid, lead salt. 
l,'i-Dimethylamino-9,10-anthradiol. 



3 ','4 '-Dihydroxy-2-(dimethylamino)aoetophenone. 

■4, A '-Methylenebis[N,N-dimethylaniline] . 

<4,4'-Methylenebis [3-hydroxy-2-naphtholc acid] . 

o-Acetanisidide. 

p-Aoetanisidide . 

N- (p-Methoxyphenyl ) -p-phenylenediamine . 

o-(4-Amlno-2-anisidino)benzenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 

Anisidine [NH2=1]. 

o-Anisidinomethanesulfonic acid. 

2-(o-Anisidino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 

-i-Methoxymetanilic acid [S03H=l]. 

Anisole. 

Anisic acid [COOH=l]. 

4-Chloro-N-(p-methoxyphenyl)anthranilic acid 

[C00H=l]. 
6, 9-Diohloro-2-methoxyaoridine . 

2-(p-Anisidino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonio acid [S03H=l]. 
2- [3-(2-Methoxy-<i-nitrophenyl)-l-methyltriazen-3-yl]- 

5-sulfobenzolc acid. 
5-Methyl-o-anisidine [ NH2=l] . 
5-Methyl-o-anisidine [NHa^lJ- 
[3-(6-Methoxy-m-tolyl)-l-methyltrlazen-3-yl] acetic 

acid. 
5-Amlno-2-(p-toluidlno)benzenesulfonlc acid. 
N-Methyl-5-sulfoanthranilic acid. 
o-Toluidine [NH2=l]. 
N-Me thy lani line . 



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Canmon name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



2-Xte thy Ibenz enthrone • 

ftethylbenzoic acid 

Methylenebls(toluenedlamine) 

4,<i'-Methylenebls[o-tolyllsocyanate] 

Methylenedl-p-phenyleneisocyanate 

"ij-i'-Methylenedlphenylisocyanate 

Methylenedi-o-tolylene Isocyanate 

i-Methyl-S-ethylpyridine (MEP) - 

'i-Methyl-7-hydroxycaumarin 

Methyl-p-hydroxy-m-nltrobenzoate 

l-Methyl-A-hydroxyquinolone 

3-Methyl-'4-(3-methyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazollii-l-yl)benzene- 

sulfonic acid. 
3-lfethyl-l-(2-methyl-4-suLfophenyl)-5-pyTazolone 

N-(5-Methyl-A-nitro-o-anisyl)-p-toluenesulfonamide 

2-Methyl-5-nitrodiphenylamine 

3-Methyl-l-(m-nitrophenyl)-5-pyTazolone 

m-Methylphenol 

o-Methylphenol 

p-Methylphenol 

■i-Methyl-m-phenylenedlisocyanate 

3-Methyl-l-phenyl-5-pyrazolone 

MethylphenylpyTazolone-3-sulfonic acid 

Methylphenylpyrazolone-'i-sulfonic' acid 

2-Methylpiperidine 

4-(3-Methyl-5-pyra2olone)-m-toluenesuLfonlc acid 

Methylpyridine 

2-Methylqu incline 

3-Methyl-l-(m-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazolin-5-one 

3-Methyl-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazolin-5-one 

Methylsulfophenylpyrazolone, mixed 

3-XJethyl-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-5-pyrazolone 

Methyl-p-toluenesulfonate 

p-Methylumbelliferone 

2-Methyl-5-vinylpyrldine (MVP) — 

Mlchler's hydrol 

Mlchler 's ketone 

Jtonobromobenzene 

Monochlorobenzene 

Naphthalene sodium sulfonates 

Naphthalene-P-thloglycolic acid 

2(lH)-perl-Naphthazolone 

o-Naphthionic acid 

a-Naphthol — 

P-Naphthol- - — 

l-Naphthol-8-chloro-3 , 6-dlsulf onlc acid 

2-Naphthol ethyl ether 

Naphthosulfochloride 

1,8-Naphthosultone 

Naphthylacetonitrile 

a-Naphthylamine 

P-Naphthylamine 

l-Naphthylamlne-3,6-disulfcnic acid 



2-Methyl-7H-benz [dei anthracen-7-one. 
p-Toluic acid [COOH=l]. 
5,5 -Methylenebis [toluene-2,4.-diamlne ]. 
Isooyanlc acid, 3,3'-dimethyl-<i,'i'-methylenedi- 

phenylene ester. 
Isocyanic acid, methylenedl-p-phenylene ester. 
Isooyanic acid, methylenedi-p-phenylene ester. 
Isocyanic acid, 3,3'-dlmethyl'-.4,4'-methylenedl- 

phenylene ester. 
5-Ethyl-2-picoline. 
^-Methylumbellif erone . 

p-Hydroxy-m-nitrobenzoic acid, methyl ester. 
l-Methyl-4 ( IH ) -quinolone . 
A- ( 3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazolin'- 1-yl ) -m-toluene- 

sulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
4-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyra2olin-l-yl)-m-toluene- 

sulfonic acid. 
N- ( 5 -Methyl-4.-nitro-o-methoxyphenyl ) -p-toluene- 

sulTon amide. 
5-Nitro-N-phenyl-o-toluidine [NH2=l] . 
3-Methyl-l-(m-nltrophenyl)-2-pyTazolin-5-one. 
m-Cresol [ OH=l] . 
o-Cresol [ 0R=1]. 
p-Cresol [0H=1]. 

Isocyanic acid, -i -methyl -m-phenylene ester. 
3-Methyl-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one. 
m-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonic 

acid, 
p- ( 3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyra2olin- 1-yl ) benzenesulf onic 

acid. 
2-Pipecoline . 
4- ( 3-Methy l-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl ) -m-toluenesulf onlc 

acid. 
Picoline. 
Oiinaldine. 
m- ( 3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl )benzenesulf onic 

acid. 
p-(i-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyTazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonio 

acid. 
m(and p)-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzene- 

sulfonlc acid. 
p-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesuifonic 

acid. 
p-Toluenesulfonlc acid, methyl ester [S03H=l]. 
i-Methylumbellif erone . 
5-Vlnyl-2-picoline . 
4, 'i' -Bis [ dimethylamino] benzhydrol . 
'i,'>'-Bis[dimethylamino]benzophenone. 
Bromobenzene . 
Chlorobenzene (mono). 



Naphthalenesulfonic acids, sodium salt (mixed). 

(2-Naphthylthio)acetic acid. 

Naphthostyril. 

l-Amlno-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

1-Naphthol. 

2-Naphthol. 

8-Chloro-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 

2-Ethoxynaphthalene . 

1-Naphthalenesulfonyl chloride. 

l-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid sultone. 

Naphthaleneacetonitrile. 

1-Naphthylamine . 

2-Naphthylamine . 

5-Amino-2,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 



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Common name 



l-Naphthylamine-3,8-disulfonlc acid 8-Aiidno-l,6-naphthalenedlsulfonio acid 



l-NaphthylamiJie-4,7-disulfonic acid- 

l-Naphthylamlne-'VjS-disulfonio acid 

2-Naphthylamine-l,5-disulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylaiiiine-3,6-disulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylaiiiine-'i,8-disuli'onic acid 

2-Naphthylaiiilne-5,7-disulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylaiiiine-6,8-disulfonie acid 

l-Naphthylamine-2-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylainine-3-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamine-<i-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamine-5-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylaiiiine-6-sulfonie acid 

l-Naphthylainine-6(and 7)-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamlne-7-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamine-8-sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylaiiiine-l-sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylamine-5-sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylainine-6-sulfonic acid 

2-Naphthylamine-8-sulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylaiidne-3,6,8-trlsulfonlc acid 

2-Naphthylamine-3,6,8-trisulfonic acid 

l-Naphthylamino-2-carboxylic acid anthraquinone- 

1-Naphthylisocyanate 

a-Naphthyl isocyanate 

2-Naphthylmeroaptoacetic acid 

Naphthylmethanesulfonic acid 

p-Naphthylthioglycolic acid 

Nevile & Winther's acid 

3-Nitro-'i-aminoanisole [ CH30=1] 

'i-Nitro-2-aniinoanisole [ CH30=1] 

5-Nitro-2-aininoanisole [ CH30=l] 

6-Nltro-2-aminoanlsole [ CH30=1] 

o-Ni tro-p- aminophenol 

p-Nitro-o-aminophenol 

S-Nitro-o-aminophenol 

'i-Nitro-2-aniinophenol-6-sulfonic acid 

6-Nitro-2-aininophenol-4-sulfonic acid 

'i-Nitro-4'-aniino-2-sulfodiphenylainine 

5-Nitro-2-aiiu.notoluene [CH3 =l] 

p-Nitroaniltne-o-sulTonic acid 

m-Nitro-p-anisidine [CH30=l] 

3-Nitro-p-anisidine [ CH30=1] 

4-Nitro-2-anlsidine [ CH3OJ.] 

5-Nitro-2-anlsidine [ CH30=1] 

2-Nitroanisole-A-sulfodiethylamide 

l-Nitroanthraquinone-2-carboxylic acid 

Nitrobenzene-2,5-disulfonic acid 

l-Nitrobenzene-^-sulfonic acid 

2-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

3-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid 

3-Nit robenzenesulf onyl chloride 

m-Nitrobenzoyl J acid 

p-Nitrobenzoyl J acid 

m-Nitrochlorobenzene 

o-Ni t rochlorobenzene 

p-Nitrochlorobenzene 

2-Nitro-l-chlorobenzene-A-sulfobutylamide 

2-Nitro- l-chlorobenzene-4-sulf odiethylamide 

o-Nitrochlorobenzene-p-sulfonic acid 

p-Nitrochlorobenzene-o-sulfonic acid 

S-Nitro-i-chlorobenzoylbenzoic acid 

'4-Nitro-6-chloro-l,3-dimethoxybenzene 

2-Nitro -"V-chlorophenol 

2-Nitro-<t-chlorophenol-6-sulfonic acid 

m-Nitro-p-chlorotoluene 

o-Nitro-p-chlorotoluene 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



4-Amino-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
<i-Ainino-l,5-naphthalenediEulfonic acid. 
2-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
3-Amlno-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonic acid. 
3-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
6-Aniino-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
7-Amlno-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
l-Aiaino-2-napthalenesulfonic acid. 
4-Aiiiino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
Naphthionic acid. 

5-Amlno-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
5-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
5 (and 8)-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 
8-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
S-Amlno-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
2-Aiiiino-l-naphthalenesuLfonic acid. 
6-Ainino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
6-Aniino-2-naphthalenesuli'onlc acid. 
7-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
8- Amino- 1,3, 6-naphthalenet risu If onio acid . 
7- Amlno-1 , 3 , 6-naphthalenet risulfonic acid . 
1- ( 1-Naphthylamino ) -2- anthraquinonecarboxylic acid . 
Isocyanic acid, 1-naphthyl ester. 
Isocyanic acid, 1-naphthyl ester. 
(2-Naphthylthio)acetlc acid. 
1-Naphthalenemethanesulfonic acid. 
(2-Naphthylthlo) acetic acid. 
l-Naphthol-'i-sulfonic acid. 
2-Nitro-p-anisidine [nHj"!]- 
5-Nitro-o-anisidine [nH2~i]. 
4-Nitro-o-anisidine [NHj^IJ. 
3-Nitro-o-anlsidine [nH2=1]- 
4-Amino-2-nitrophenol. 
2-Amlno-'i-nitrophenol . 
2-Amino-5-nitrophenol. 

6-Amino-4-nitro-l-phenol-2-sulfonic acid. 
2-Amino-6-nitro-l-phenol-4-sulfonic acid. 
2-(p-Aminoanilino)-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 
^-Nltro-o-toluidine [nH2=i]- 
2-Amlno-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 
2-Nitro-p-anisidine [NH2=l]. 
2-Nltro-p-anisldine [ NH2=1] • 
5-Nitro-o-anlsldine [ NH2=l] • 
4-Nitro-o-anisidine [ NH2=l] • 

N,N-Diethyl-3-nitro-p-methoxybenzenesulfonamide. 
l-Nitro-2-anthraquinonecarboxylic acid. 
2-Nitro-p-benzenedlsuli'onio acid. 
p-Niti?obenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
o-Nitrobenzenesulfonlc acid [S03H=1]. 
m-Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=ll. 
m-NitrobenzenesuLfonyl chloride [S03Cl=l]. 
6-(m-Nitrobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonio acid. 
6-(p-Nitrobenzamido)-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
l-Chloro-3-nitrobenzene. 
l-Ghloro-2-nitrobenzene. 
l-Chloro-i-nitrobenzene . 

N-aityl-'i-chloro-3-nitrobenzeneEulfonamlde. 
4-Chloro-N,N-diethyl-3-nit robenzenesulf onamide. 
4-Chloro-3-nitrobenzenesulf onic acid . 
2-Chloro-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid. 
o-(<i-Chloro-3-nitrobenzoyl)benzoic acid. 
6-Chloro-l,3-dimethoxy-4-nitrobenzene. 
'i-Chloro-2-nitrophenol. 

4-Chloro-6-nitro-l-phenol-2-sulf onic acid . 
4-Chloro-3-nitrotoluene. 
4-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene . 



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191 



Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names — Continued 



Common name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



p-Nltro-o-chlorotoluene 

2-Nltro-'i-chlorotoluene 

m-Nitro-p-oresol [CH3=l] 

Nltrocresyl methyl ether 

Nltro-p-dichlorobenzene 

o-Nitrodiphenyl 

p-Nitrodiphenyl 

4-Nitro-2-diphenylaminesulfonic acid 

A-Nitrodiphenylamino-2-sulfonic acid 

2-Nitrohydroqulnone, diethyl ether 

2-Nitrohydroqulnone, dimethyl ether 

3-Nitro-4--hydroxy-l-phenylarsonic acid 

6-Nitro-4-methoxy-3-aminotoluene [CH3=l] 

2-Nitro-<4— methoxy-5-{p-toluenesuLfonamido)toluene-- 

<*-Nitro-l-methylanili_ne 

l-Nitro-2-methylanthraquinone 

2-Nitronaphthalene-'i,8-disulfonic acid 

7-Nitro-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid 

"4-Nitronaphthalic acid tolyllmide 

2-Nitro-l-phenol-<i,6-disulfonic acid 

3-Nitrophenylhydraziiie 

p-(p-Nitrophenylmeroapto) aniline 

l-(m-Nitrophenyl)-5-pyrazolone-3-oarboxylic acid — 

Nitropyrazolonecarboxylic acii 

p-Nitrosodiethylaniline 

p-Nit rosodime thy lani line 

Nit rose- P-naphthol 

3-Nitro-5-stearoylamino-p-toluenesulfonic acid 

'i-Nltrotolueneanilide 

6-Nitro-3- (p-toluenesulf one ) amino-A- methoxytoluene- 

A -Nitro-p-toluenesulf one-o-toluide 

o-Nitrotoluenesulfonic acid 

p-Nit rotoluene-o-sulfonic acid 

m-Nitro-o-toluidiQe [CHj^l] 

m-Nitro-p-toluidine [CH3=l] 

p-Nitro-o-toluidine [CH3=l] 

3-Nitro-A-toluidine [CH3=l] 

'i-Nitro-2-toluidine [ CH3=l] 

5-Nitro-2-toluidine [ CH3=li 

Nitrotoluidine sulfone 

6-Nitro-o-toluidine-'i-sulfonic acid 

N-(4-Nitro-o-tolyl)-p-toluenesulfonamide 

5-Nitro-l,2,4-trichlorobenzene 

Nitroviolanthrene 

p-Nitro-o-xylene 

"i-Nitro-ljS-xylene 

2-Nitro-l,';-xylol 

4-Nitro-l,3-xylol 

Orthanilic acid 

Oxalyl-p-nitroaniline 

Oxalyl-p-nitrophenylamine 

Oxalyl-m-phenyldiamine 

Oxalyl-p-phenyldiamine 

4-0xo-'iH-pyTan-2,6-dicarboxylio acid 

2-Oxycarbazole 

o-Oxynaphthoic acid 

P -Oxynaphthoic acid 

Pentaanthramide 



2-Chloro—4-nitrotoluene. 

4-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene. 

2-Nitro-p-crescl [0H=1] . 

4-Methyl-2-nitroanisole [CH30=l]. 

l,'i-Dichloro-2-nitrobenzene. 

2-Nitrobiphenyl. 

"i-Nitrobiphenyl. 

2-Anilino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=1]. 

2-Anilino-5-nitrobenzenesulfonio acid [S03H=1]. 

l,'4-Diethoxy-2-nitrobenzene. 

l,'i-Dimethoxy-2-nltrobenzene. 

'i-Hydroxy-3-nitrobenzenearsonic acid. 

5-Methyl-<i-nitro-o-anisidlne [ NH2=l]. 

N- { 5-Methyl-4-nitro-o-methoxypheny 1 ) -p-toluenesulf on- 

amide . 
5-Nitro-o-toluidine [NH2=i]. 
2-Methyl-l-nitroanthraquinone . 
3-Nitro-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
3-Nitro-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
4-Nitro-N-(p-tolyl)naphthalimide. 
6-Nitro-l-phenol-2,4-disulfonic acid. 
m-Nitrophenylhydrazine . 
p-(p-Nitrophenylthio) aniline. 
l-(m-Nitrophenyl)-5-oxo-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 

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

acid. 
N , N-Diethyi-p-nitroEoaniline . 
N , N-Dimethy 1-p-nitrosoaniline . 
l-Nitroso-2-naphthol. 
3-Nitro-5-stearoylamido-p-toluenesulfonlo acid 

[S03H=1]. 
5-Nitro-n-phenyl-o-toluidine [ NH2=ll . 
N- ( 5-Methyl-4-nitro-o-methoxyphenyl'; -p-toluene- 

sulf onamide . 
4 -Nitro-p-toluenesulf ono-o-toluidide . 
3-Nitro-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
5-Nitro-o-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
A-Nitro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]. 
2-Nitro-p-toluidine [NH2=l]. 
5-Nitro-o-toluidine [ NH2 =1] . 
2-Nitro-p-toluidine [NH2=1]. 
5-Nitro-o-toluidine [NH2=1]. 
4-Nitro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]. 
•4' -Nitro-p-toluenesulf ono-o-toluidide. 
A-Amino-S-nitro-m-toluenesulfonic acid [SOjHil]. 
4 '-Nitro-p-toluenesulf ono-o-toluidide. 
l,2,4-Trichloro-5-nitrobenzene. 
16-Nitroviolanthrone . 
4-Nitro-o-xylene . 
i-Nitro-m-xylene . 
2-Nitro-p-xylene . 
4-Nitro-m-xylene . 



o-Aminobenzenesulf onic acid [ SOsH^l] . 
4 -Nitrooxanilic acid. 
4 -Nitrooxanilic acid. 
3 '-Aminooxanilide . 
A '-Aminooxani lide . 
Chelidonic acid. 
2-Hydroxycarbazole . 
l-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid. 
3-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid. 



l,4,5,8-Tetrald.s[l',l",l'",l""-anthraquinonyl- 
amino] anthraquinone . 



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Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names— Continued 



Common name 



Peri acid 

Phenethylene 

Phenol, sodium salt 

1-Phenylacetyloarbinol 

3-Phenylaorylophenone 

2-Phenylamine-5-naphthol-7-sulfonic acid 

2-Phenylamine-8-naphthol-6-sulfanic acid 

N-Phenylaniline 

Phenylarsonlc acid 

N-Phenylazoaniline 

Phenylbiphenyl 

Phenyl bromide 

l-Phenyl-3-carboxy-5-pyrazolone-4-sulfonic acid- 



Phenyldiethanolamlne 

N,N'-p-Phenylenebis [acetamide] 

m-Phenylenediaminedisulfonic acid 

m-Phenylenediaminesulfonic acid 

p-Phenylenedlaminesulfonlc acid 

Phenylene nerol acid 

Phenylethanolamine 

Phenyl gamma acid 

Phenylhydrazine-p-sulfonic acid 

Phenylhydrazine-2-sulfonic acid 

Phenylhydrazine-3-sulfonic acid 

N-Phenyl-N'-((3-hydroxyethyl)thiourea 

Phenyl isocyanate 

Phenyl J acid 

Phenylmalonic ester 

Phenylmethanesulfonic acid 

Phenyl- P-naphthylamine 

N-Phenyl-l-nephthylamine-8-sulfonic acid 

a-Phenyl-p-(<i-oxophenyl)propionic acid 

Phenyl peri acid 

N-Phenyl-p-phenylenediaminesuLfonic acid 

l-Phenyl-5-pyTazolone-3-carboxylic acid, ethyl ester- 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



Phenyl silicon chloride 

Phenylstyryl ketone 

l-Phenyl-<i'-sulfo-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxylic acid- 



Phthalyl chloride 

3-Piperidino-l-propanol 

Piperidinopropyl alcohol 

Potassium-3-chloro-6-oarboxy-3'-methoxydiphenylamine- 



n-Propyl-p-nitrobenzoate 

Pseudooumene 

Pseudooumidine 

Purpuroxanthin 

Pyrazoleanthrone 

Pyrazoleanthrone yellow 

3-Pyrazolin-4-ylacetic acid- 

3-Pyrazolone 

5 -Pyrazolone 

Pyrazolone G 



Pyrazolone T- 



2-Pyridylethanol- 



R acid 

2R acid 

Red KB base 

Rhoduline acid- 



8-Amino-l-napnthalenesulfonic acid. 

Styrene . 

Sodium phenoxide. 

l-Hydroxy-l-phenyl-2-propanone. 

Chalcone . 

6-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

7-Anlllno-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 

Diphenylamine. 

Benzenearsonio acid. 

1 , 3 -Diphenylt ri azene . 

Terphenyl . 

Bromobenzene. 

5-0xo-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 

acid. 
2 , 2 '- ( Phenylimino ) diethanol . 
N , N '- (p-Phenylene )bis [ acetamide ] . 
<i,6-Diamino-m-benzenedisulfonic acid. 
2,'i-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid. 
2,5-Diaminobenzenesulfonic acid. 
5-Amino-2-(p-aminoanilino)benzenesulfonic acid. 
2-Ani linoethanol . 

7-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonio acid. 
p-Hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=lJ. 
o-Hydrazinobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=1J. 
m-HydrazinobenzenesUlfonic acid [S03H=lJ. 
l-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-3-phenyl-2-thiourea. 

Isocyanic acid, phenyl ester. 
6-Anilino-l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid. 
Phenylmalonic acid, diethyl ester. 
a-Toluenesulfonic acid. 

N-Phenyl-2-naphthylamine . 

8-Anilino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

a-Phenylphloretic acid. 

8-Anilino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

5-Amino-2-anilinobenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 

5-0xo-l-phenyl-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylio acid, 

ethyl ester. 
Trichlorophenylsilane . 

Chalone . 

5-0xo-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 
acid. 

Phthaloyl chloride. 

l-Piperidinepropanol. 

1-Piperidinepropanol . 

A-Chloro-N- (m-methoxyphenyl ) anthranilic acid , 
potassium salt [COOH=l]. 

p-Nitrobenzoic acid, n-propyl ester. 

1 , 2 , ■4-Trimethylbenzene . 

2 , "4 , 5 -Trimethy laniline . 

Xanthopurpurin . 

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

[3,3'-Bianthra[l,9]pyrazole]-6,6 (2H,2'H)-dione. 

3-Pyrazoline-4-acetic acid. 

3-Pyrazolin-5-one . 

2-Pyrazolin-5-one. 

p-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-l-yl)benzenesulfonic 
acid. 

5-0xo-l-(p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyTazoline-3-carboxylic 
acid. 

2-PyTidineethanol . 



2-Naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 
7-Amlno-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid. 
5-Chloro-o-toluidine [NH2=l]. 
6,6'-Iminobis[l-naphthol-3-sulfonic acid] . 



APPENDIX C 
Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonymous wames— Continued 



f93 



Common name 



S Acid 

2S (SS) acid 

Schaeffer's acid 

Silver salt 

Sodium carbolate 

Sodium naphthionate 

Sodium phenate 

Sodium phenolate 

Sodium-o-phenylphenolate 

Sodium tetrachlorophenolate 

Sodium trichlorophenolate 

Styrol 

Sulfo BB acid 

o-Sulfobenzaldehyde 

■i-Su If o-o-benzoy Ibenzoic acid 

1-Sulf o-5-nit roanthraquinone 

Sulfophenylmethylpyrazolone 

l-Sulfophenyl-5-pyrazolone-3-carboxylic acid- 



Tetraaminoditolylmethane 

Tetrachloro-p-benzoquinone 

Tetrachloroquinone 

Tet raethyldi aminobenzhydrol 

Tetraethyldiaminobenzophenone 

Tet raethy Idiaminodiphenylmethane 

Tetraethyldiaminotriphenylmethane 

Tetrahydrophthalimide 

Tetramethyldiaminoacridijie hydrochloride 

Tetramethyldiaminobenzophenone 

Tetramethyldiaminobenzoylhydrol 

Tetrame thy Idiaminodiphenylmethane 

Tetramethyldiaminotriphenylmethane 

Thioaniline 

Thioanilinedisulfonio acid 

p,p -Thiobis(^-amino-o-benzenesulfonie acid) 

Thiosalicylio acid 

Tobias acid 

a-Toluamide 

Toluene-2,4.-diisocyanate 

p-Toluenesulfoohloride 

<i-Toluenesulfonamido-l-aminoanthraquinonesulfonic 
acid. 

P -Toluenesulf onic acid 

Toluene-2,<i,6-triol 

"i-Toluic acid 

a-Toluic acid 

m-Toluidine-o-sulfonic acid 

m-Toluidtne-p-sulfonic acid 

o-Toluidir.e-m-sulfonic acid 

o-Toluidlne-omega-sulfonic acid 

p-Toluidine-m-sulfonic acid 

p-Toluidine-o-sulfonic acid -- 

p-Toluidine-o-sulfonic acid, isopropyl ester 

3-Toluidine-6-sulfonic acid 

6-(p-Toluidlno)metanilic acid 

a-Tolunitrile 

'i-Tolunitrile 

l,3-(p-Tolylamino)anthraqulnone 

p-Tolyl-o-benzoic acid 

o-Tolylcarbinol 

Tolylenediamine 

p-m-Tolylenediamine 

<i-m-Tolylenediamine 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



8-Amino-l-naphthol-5-sulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-l-naphthol-5,7-disulfonic acid. 

2-Naphthol-6-sulfonio acid. 

2-Anthraquinonesulfonic acid, sodium salt. 

Sodium phenoxide. 

Naphthionic acid, sodium salt. 

Sodium phenoxide. 

Sodium phenoxide. 

o-Phenylphenol, sodium salt. 

2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol, sodium salt. 

2,4,5-Trichlorophenol, sodium salt. 

Styrene . 

2-Benzoyl-4-Eulfobenzoic acid [COOH=l]. 

o-Formylbenzenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 

2-Benzoyl-'i-sulfobenzoic acid [CO0H=l]. 

5-Nitro-l-anthraquinonesulfonic acid. 

p-(3-Methyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolln-l-yl)benzenesulfonic 

acid. 
5-0x0-1- (p-suLfophenyl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic 

acid. 



5,5'-Methylenebis [toluene-2,'i-di amine] . 

Chloranil. 

Chloranil. 

4,4 -Bis [diethylamlno]benzhydrol. 

4,4 -Bis [diethylamino]benzophenone. 

4,4 -Methylenebis[N,N-diethylaniline] . 

4,4 -Benzylidenebis[N,N-diethylanillne]. 

4-Cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboximide. 

2,7-Bis[dimethylamino]acridine hydrochloride. 

4,4 -Bis[dlmethylamino]benzophenone. 

4,4 -Bis [ diethy lanil no] benzhydrol . 

4,4^-Methylenebis[N,N-dimethylaniline] . 

4,4 -Benzylidinebis[N,N-dimethylaniline] . 

4,4 -Thiodianiline. 

6,6'-Thiodimetanilic acid [S03H=l]. 

6,6 -Thiodimetanilio acid [S03H=l]. 

o-Mercaptobenzoic acid [C00H=l]. 

2-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

2-Phenylaoetamide . 

Isocyanic acid, 4(and 2) -methyl -m-phenylene ester. 

p-Toluenesulfonyl chloride [S02Cl=l]. 

l-Ami-no-4-(p-toluenesulfonamido)-2-anthraquinone- 

sulfonio acid. 
p-Toluenesulfonic acid, methyl ester [S03H=l]. 
2-Methylphloroglucinol. 
p-Toluic acid [COOH=l] . 
Phenylacetic acid. 

4-Amlno-o-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
2-Amino-p-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
4-Amino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
(o-Toluidino)methanesulfonic acid [ S03H=l]. 
6-Amino-m-toluenesulfonlc acid [S03H=l]. 
5-Amino-o-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
5-Amino-o-toluenesulfonic acid, isopropyl ester 

[S03H=l]. 
4-Amino-o-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 
5-Amino-2-(p-toluidino)benzenesulfonio acid. 
Phenylacetonitrile . 
p-Tolunitrile. 

1, 3-Di (p-toluidino ) anthraquinone . 
o-(p-Tolyl)benzoic acid [COOH=l]. 
o-Methylbenzyl alcohol. 
Toluenedi amine . 
Toluene-2,5-dlamine. 
TDluene-2,4-diamlne . 



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Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names — Continued 



Conunon name 



Standard (Chemical Abstracts) name 



5-m-Tolylenediaiiilne 

m-Tolylenediaminesulfonio acid 

m-Tolylene diisocyanates 

[ 3- ( p-Tolyl ) - l-methyltriazeno ] acetic acid 

Tolyl peri acid 

a.^jb-Triaminobenzene trlhydrochloride 

2,'4,6-Triaminotoluene trlhydrochloride 

Tri anthraquinony Idi - imide 

l,<i-Trianthrimide 

Trichlorophenylsllicane 

IjS.-i-Trihydroxyanthraquinone 

1,2, 6-Trlhydroxyanthraquinone 

2,<»,6-Trlhydroxytoluene 

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 

2,^,6-Trlmethylpyridine 

Trinltrophenol 

2,4,6-Trinltroresorcin 

1,2,'i-Trioxyanthraquinone 

1,3,5-TriphenyIhexahydro-B-triazine 

Triphenyl silicon chloride 

3,3 '-Ureyleneaniline 

Vlnylbenzene 

Vinyltoluene 

Violanthrene 

Xenylamine 

m-Xylidine acetate 

m-Xylidinesulfonic acid 

Xylyl chloride 



Toluene-3,5-diainine. 

'4,6-Diaiiiino-m-toluenesulfonic acid [S03H=l]. 

Isocyanic acid, <i(and2) -methyl -m-phenylene ester. 

[3-(p-Tolyl)-l-methyltriazen-3-yl] acetic acid. 

8- (p-Toluidino) -1-naphthalenesulf onic acid . 

1,3,5-Benzenetriamine trlhydrochloride. 

Toluene-2,'+,6-triamlne trlhydrochloride. 

1,4-813 [l-anthraquinonylamino]anthraquinone. 

1,4-Bis [l-anthraquinonylamino]anthraquinone. 

Trichlorophenylsilane . 

Purpurin. 

Flavopurpurin. 

2-Methylphloroglucinol. 

Mesitylene. 

s-Collidlne. 

Picric acid. 

Styphnic acid. 

Purpurin . 

Hexahydro-l,3,5-triphenyl-s-triazine. 

Chlorotriphenylsilane. 

3 , 3 ' -Diaminocarbanilide . 



Styrene . 

Methylstyrene . 

Dinaphtho [l,2,3-cd,3',2 ',1 '-lm]perylene. 



4 -Bipheny lamine . 
2,4-Xylidine acetate. 

2-Amino-3,5-xylenesulfonic acid [S03H=ll. 
4-Chloro-m- xylene. 



APPENDIX D 195 

D. Cross-Reference List of Colour Index and Common Names of Toners and Lakes 

In previous reports in this series, individual toners and lakes were identified by the names 
by which they were most commonly known in the literature and in the trade. In this report, for 
the first time, they are identified by the names used in the recently issued second edition of 
Colour Index. 

To facilitate comparison of the statistics shown in this report and those given in the reports 
for earlier years, the following cross-reference list has been compiled. The list gives, for each 
Colour Index nanne used in tables HA, 12, and IIB of this report, the corresponding name by which 
the pigment was identified in earlier reports. 



Toners and lakes: Cross-reference list o/ Colour Index and common names 



Colour Index name 



Common name 



Natural Black 3--- 

Pigment Blue 1 

Pigment Blue 9 

Pigment Blue 14--- 
Pigment Blue 15--- 
Pigment Blue 17--- 
Pigment Blue 19--- 
Pigment Blue 24—- 
Pigment Green 1 — 
Pigment Green 2 — 
Pigment Green A — 
Pigment Green 7 — 
Pigment Green 8 — 
Pigment Orange 2-- 
Pigment Orange 5-- 
Pigment Orange 13- 
Pigment Orange 16- 
Pigment Orange 17- 

Acid Red 26 

Pigment Red 1 

Pigment Red 2 

Pigment Red 3 

Pigment Red A- 

Pigment Red 5 

Pigment Red 17 

Pigment Red 22 

Pigment Red 23 

Pigment Red 38 

Pigment Red 48 

Pigment Red 49 

Pigment Red 52 

Pigment Red 53 

Pigment Red 57 

Pigment Red 58 

Pigment Red 60 

Pigment Red 63 

Pigment Red 81 

Pigment Red 83 

Pigment Red 90 

Pigment Violet 1-- 
Pigment Violet 3 — 
Pigment Violet 5-- 

Acid Yellow 23 

Basic Yellow 2 

Pigment Yellow 1-- 
Pigment Yellow 3-- 
Pigment Yellow 12- 
Pigment Yellow 13- 
Pigment Yellow 14- 



Logwood black. 

Victoria pure blue B. 

Setoglauclne. 

Ethyl violet. 

Phthalocyanine blue B, BG. 

Phthalocyanine blue, sulfonated. 

Alkali blue. 

Peacock blue, fugitive. 

Brilliant green. 

Brilliant green and thioflavine. 

Malachite green. 

Phthalocyanine green. 

Pigment green B. 

o-Nitroanillne orange. 

2,4-Dinitroaniline orange. 

Benzidine orange. 

Dianisidine orange. 

Persian orange. 

Scarlet 2R. 

Para red. 

Naphthol AS and dca. 

Toluidine red. 

o-Chloro-p-nitroaniline red. 

Naphthol AS-ITR and ITH base. 

Naphthol AS-D and pnot. 

Naphthol AS and pnot. 

Naphthol AS-BS and pnoa. 

Pyrazolone red . 

Permanent red 2B. 

Uthol red R. 

Lithol red 20. 

Red lake C. 

Lithol rubine B. 

Pigment rubine 3G. 

Pigment scarlet 3B. 

B.O.N, maroon. 

Rhod amine 6G. 

Alizarin red B. 

Eosine. 

Rhod amine B. 

Methyl violet B. 

Helio fast rubine 4BL. 

Tartrazine. 

Aurajnine. 

Hansa yellow G. 

Hansa yellow lOG. 

Benzidine yellow (dob and aaa). 

Benzidine yellow (dob and aamx). 

Benzidine yellow (dob and aaot). 



m.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE; 1959 O -527711 



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 

Part II. History of the Trade Agreements Program 
Part III. Trade-Agreement Concessions Granted by the United States 
Part IV. Trade-Agreement Concessions Obtained by the United States 
Part V. Effects of the Trade Agreements Program on United States Trade 

'Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Second Report, April 1948-March 1949 (Rept. No. 

163, 2d ser., 1950) 
'Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Third Report, April 1949-June 1950 (Rept. No. 172, 

2d ser., 1951) 
'Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Fourth Report, July 1950-June 1951 (Rept. No. 

174, 2d ser., 1952) 
'Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Fifth Report, July 1951-June 1952 (Rept. No. 191, 

2d ser., 1954) 
'Operation of the Trade Agreements Program : Sixth Report, July 1952- June 1953 (Rept. No. 193, 

2d ser., 1954) 
'Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: Seventh Report, July 1953-June 1954 (Rept. No. 

195, 2d ser., 1955) 
Operation of the Trade Agreements Program : Eighth Report, July 1954-June 1955 (Rept. No. 197, 

2d ser., 1956), 550 
Operation of the Trade Agreements Program; Ninth Report, July 1955-June 1956 (Rept. No. 199, 

2d ser., 1957), 650 
Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: 10th Report, July 1956- June 1957 (Rept. No. 202, 

2d ser., 1959), 500 
^Operation of the Trade Agreements Program: 11th Report, July 1957-June 1958 (Rept. No. 204, 

2d ser., 1959) 



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Commission reports reproduced by the Government Printing Office may be consulted in the official depository 
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