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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 9999 06317 169 6 

United States Production 
and Sales, 1989 



(Investigation No. 332-135) 



USITC PUBLICATION 2338 
DECEMBER 1990 



United States International Trade Commission 
Washington, DC 20436 



UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION 



COMMISSIONERS 

Anne E. Brunsdale, Acting Chairman 
Seeley G. Lodwick 

David B. Rohr 
Don E. Newquist 



Office of Industries 
Robert A. Rogowsky, Director 



This report was prepared principally by Cynthia B. 
Foreso, Jesse Lawrence Johnson, Dr. Aimison Jonnard, 
Eric Land, Edward Matusik, David Michels, 
Elizabeth R. Nesbitt, James Raftery, Edward J. Taylor, 
Cynthia Trainor, and Steve Wanser. 

Assistance in the preparation of the report was provided 
by Kenneth R. Kozel, Gwen L. Bennett, Brenda Carroll, 
Sharon Greenfield, Lemuel Shields, and Darlene Smith. 
Data Processing was provided by Barbara Bobbitt, 
James Gill, and Marie Jagannathan. Electronic publishing 
and design was provided by Pamela Chase, 
Joyce Bookman, and Paulette Henderson. 



Address all communications to 

Kenneth R. Mason, Secretary to the Commission 

United States International Trade Commission 

Washington, DC 20436 



UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

United States Production and Sales, 1989 



USITC Publication 2338 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 
CONTENTS 

Page 

Introduction 1 

Summary 3 

General 5 

Sections 

1. Coal tar, tar crudes and pitches 1-1 

2. Primary products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion 2-1 

3 Cyclic intermediates 3-1 

4. Dyes 4-1 

5. Organic pigments 5-1 

6. Medicinal chemicals 6-1 

7. Flavor and perfume materials 7-1 

8. Plastics and resin materials 8-1 

9. Rubber-processing chemicals 9-1 

10. Elastomers 10-1 

11. Plasticizers U-l 

12. Surface-active agents 12-1 

13. Pesticides and related products 13-1 

14. Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products 14-1 

15. Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 15-1 

Appendixes 

A. Directory of manufacturers A-1 

B. CycUc intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names B-1 

C. Synthetic Organic Chemicals, U.S. production and sales, 

1989 harmonized system basis C-1 

D. Alphabetical chemical index D- 1 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Introduction 

This is the 73rd annual report of the U.S. 
International Trade Commission on domestic 
production and sales of synthetic organic 
chemicals and the raw materials from which they 
are made. The report, along with the quarterly 
report tided Preliminary Report on U.S. 
Production of Selected Synthetic Organic 
Chemicals (Including Synthetic Plastics and Resin 
Materials), is prepared under investigation No. 
332-135, Synthetic Organic Chemicals Reports. 
This investigation is conducted under the 
authority of section 332(g) of the Tariff Act of 
1930 (19 U.S.C. 1322(g)), for the purpose of 
collecting data and preparing public reports on 
synthetic organic chemicals, plastics materials, 
medicinal chemicals, pesticides, and other organic 
chemical products. The annual report consists of 
15 sections, each covering a specified group 
(based principally on use) of organic chemicals as 
follows: Coal tar, tar crudes and pitches; primary 
products from petroleum and natural gas for 
chemical conversion; cyclic intermediates; dyes; 
organic pigments; medicinal chemicals; flavor and 
perfume materials; plastics and resin materials; 
rubber-processing chemicals; elastomers; 
plasticizers; surface-active agents; pesticides and 
related products; miscellaneous end-use chemicals 
and chemical products; and miscellaneous cyclic 
and acyclic chemicals. Data have been supplied 
by approximately 698 producers. 

Each of the 15 sections is headed by a 
summary of the statistical data. The first table in 
each section gives statistics on products and 
groups of products in as great detail as is possible 
without revealing the operations of individual 
producers. Statistics for an individual chemical or 
group of chemicals are given only when there are 
three or more producers, no one or two of which 
may be predominant. Moreover, even when 
there are three or more producers, statistics are 
not given if there is any possibility that their 
publication would violate the statutory provisions 
relating to unlawful disclosure of information 
accepted in confidence by the Commission.' 

Data are reported by producers for only those 
items where the volume of production or sales or 
value of sales exceeds certain minimums. Those 
mirumums are 450 kilograms of production or 
sales or $1,000 of value of sales for organic 
pigments, medicinal chemicals, flavor and 
perfume materials, rubber-processing chemicals, 
elastomers, and those chemicals whose end-use is 
not readily determinable; 2,250 kilograms or 
$5,000 for coal tar, tar crudes and pitches, 
primary products from petroleum and natural gas 
for chemical conversion, dyes, plasticizers, 
surface-active agents, and pesticides; 4,500 
kilograms or $10,000 for cyclic intermediates and 
miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals; 9,000 
kilograms or $20,000 for miscellaneous end-use 
chemicals and products; and 22,500 kilograms for 
$50,000 for plastics materials. Data are usually 
supplied in terms of undiluted materials; however, 
for reporting purposes, products of 95 percent or 

' 18 U.S.C. § 1905 and 44 U.S.C. § 3508. 



greater purity are considered to be 100 percent 
pure. Commercial concentrations are applicable 
for dyes, certain plastics and resins, and a few 
solvents; such concentrations are specifically 
noted. 

The statistics given in this report include data 
from all known domestic producers of the items 
covered and include the total output of each 
company's plants, i.e., the quantities produced for 
consumption within the producing plant, as well as 
the quantities produced for domestic and foreign 
sale. The quantities reported as produced, 
therefore, generally exceed the quantities 
reported as sold. Some of these differences, 
however, are attributable to changes in inventory. 

The second table in each section lists all items 
for which data on production or sales have been 
reported, by primary manufacturers, identified by 
manufacturers' codes. Each code consists of not 
more than three capital letters and is assigned on 
a permanent basis. 

The third table in each section is a directory, 
alphabetized by the codes of the manufacturers 
reporting in that section. 

Appendix A is a directory, alphabetized by the 
names of the manufacturers reporting in all 
sections and which includes their general 
corporate phone numbers and office addresses. 

Appendbc B lists synonymous names for cyclic 
intermediates. Information on synonymous 
names of the organic chemicals included in this 
report may be found in the SOCMA Handbook: 
Commercial Organic Chemical Names, published 
by the Chemical Abstracts Service of the 
American Chemical Society, or the Colour Index 
(Revised Third Edition), published jointly by the 
Society of Dyes and Colourists and the American 
Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. 

Appendix C presents the data in this report 
aggregated in the format of the Harmonized 
System (HS) nomenclature on a 6-digit HS basis. 

Appendix D is an alphabetical index of all the 
products in this edition of the report. 

Data contained in this report are compiled 
primarily from Commissions questionnaires sent to 
domestic producers and represent the best data 
available to the Commission. While the data 
supplied in the questionnaires are checked against 
data previously supplied by the submitting firm 
and with data supplied by other domestic 
producers, data are not independently verified by 
direct Commission examination of the books of 
companies furnishing information. Data 

contained in this report should not be used for 
investment and other purposes without 
independent verification. 

As specified in the reporting instructions sent 
to manufacturers, production and sales (unless 
otherwise specified) are defined as follows: 

Production is the total quantity of a commodity 
made available by Original Manufacturers 
Only within the customs terntory of the United 
States (includes the 50 states, the District of 
Columbia, and Puerto Rico). It covers 
synthetic organic chemicals, specified crudes 



Introduction 



from petroleum and coal tar, and certain 

chemically described natural products, such as, 

alkaloids, enzymes, and perfume isolates. It is 

the sum— expressed in terms of 100 percent 

active ingredient unless otherwise specified in 

the reporting instructions— of the quantities: 

Produced, separated, and consumed in the 

same plant or establishment. A 

Commodity is considered separated 

either when it is isolated from the 

reactive sytem or when it is not isolated, 

but weighed, analyzed, or otherwise 

measured. This includes by-products 

and co-products that are not classifiable 

as waste materials; 

Produced and not isolated, but directly 
converted to a finished or semifinished 
item not included in this report (e.g., 
polyester film, polyurethane tires, nylon 
fiber, bar soap, etc.). (See specific 
instructions in individual sections); 

Produced and transferred to other plants or 
establishments of the same firm or 
100 percent owned subsidiaries or 
affiliates; 

Produced and sold to, or bartered with, 
other firms (including less than 
100 percent owned subsidiaries); 

Produced for others under toll agreements 

(see general instructions); 
Produced and held in stock. 
PRODUCTION EXCLUDES: 

Purification of a commodity, which is 
purchased by, or transferred from 
within, the company, unless inclusion of 
such processing is specifically requested 
in the reporting instructions for 
individual sections; 

Intermediate products which are formed in 
the manufacturing process, but are not 



isolated from the reaction system— that 
is, not weighed, analyzed, or otherwise 
measured; except such products as 
described above as being produced and 
not isolated, but directly converted to a 
finished or semifinsihed item. 

Materials that are used in the process but 
which are recovered for re-use or sale; 

Waste products having no economic 
significance. 

SALES are actual quantities of commodities sold 
by Original Manufacturers Only. Sales 
include the quantity and value of: 

Shipments of a commodity for domestic use 
or for export, or segregation in a 
warehouse when title has passed to the 
purchaser in a bona fide sale; 

Shipments of a commodity produced for 
you by others under toll agreement; 

Shipments to subsidiary or affiliated 
companies, provided the ownership is 
less than 100 percent. 

SALES EXCLUDE: 

All intra-company transfers within a 
corporate entity; 

All shipments to 100 percent owned 
subsidiary or affiliated companies; 

All resales of imported or purchased 
material, including materials obtained 
by barter; 

All shipments of commodity produced for 
others under toll agreements. 

VALUE OF SALES is the net dollar receipts of 
sales f.o.b. plant or warehouse, or delivered. 
F.o.b. values are preferred, but if they are not 
readily available form your records, delivered 
values are acceptable. 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



^iimmnrv 1988. Six sections showed an increase in 

ouiiiiiiai J production in 1989 over 1988. Dyes (174 mUlion 

Combined production of all synthetic organic kilograms) increased by 37.1 percent; medicinal 

chemicals, coal tar, and primary products from chemicals (130 million kilograms) increased by 

peuoleum and natural gas in 1989 was 172,977 u 3 percent; rubber-processing chemicals (176 

million kilograms— a decrease of 1.6 percent from million kilograms) increased by 9.9 percent; 

the output in 1988 (which also included data on pesticides and related products (572 million 

tars) (table 1). Sales of these materials in 1989, kilograms) increased by 8.4 percent; 

which totaled 98,382 million kilograms, valued at miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical 

$96,071 milUon, were 0.2 percent larger than in products (13,503 miUion kUograms) increased by 

1988 in terms of quantity and 2.9 percent more m 43 percent; miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic 
terms of value. These figures include data on chemicals (48,804 million kilograms) increased by 
production and sales of chemicals measured at 1.6 percent; of the remaining sections, flavor and 
several successive steps in the manufacturing perfume materials (64 million kilograms) showed 
process, and, therefore, they necessanly reflect a decreased of 12.5 percent; surf ace-acuve agents 
some duplication. During 1985-89, the total (3,085 million kilograms) decreased 7.0 percent; 
output of these products rose each year except for cyclic intermediates (24,756 million kilograms) 

1989 (figure 1). During that penod the output of decreased 6.6 percent; plasticizers (976 million 
these products generally followed the trend of the kilograms) decreased 6.4 percent; plasUcs and 
Federal Reserve Board Index of U.S. Producuon, resin materials (26,995 million kilograms) 
except for 1989. decreased 6.3 percent; elastomers (synthetic 

In 1989, production of all synthetic organic rubber) (2,091 million kilograms) decreased 6.0 

chemicals, including cyclic intermediates and percent; and organic pigments (50 million 

finished products totaled 121,378 million kilograms) decreased 4.2 percent in 1989 from 

kilograms, or 2.1 percent less than the output in that in 1988. 

Table 1 

Synthetic organic chemicals and their raw materials: U.S. production and sales, 1988 and 1989 

Sales 

Production Quantity Value 

Increase Increase Increase 

or or or 

decrease decrease decrease 

(-). 19B9 (-).1989 (-),1989 

over over over 

Chemical r988 T989 7968' t988 J989 J988' 1988 f989 J988' 

Million Million Million Million Million Million 
kilograms kilograms Percent kilograms kilograms Percent dollars dollars Percent 

Grand total 175.841 172.977 -1.6 98.197 96.382 0.2 93.406 96.071 2.9 

Coal tar 894 857 -4.1 (») (») (») (») (») (») 

Primary products from 

petroleum 

and natural gas 51,003 50,742 -0.5 26,669 27,834 4.4 10.517 11.369 8.1 

Synthetic organic chem- 
icals, totaP 123,944 121,378 -2.1 71,528 70,548 -1.4 82,889 84.702 2.2 

Cyclic intermediates .. . 26.492 24.756 -6.6 12.016 12,371 3.0 9,369 10.284 9.8 

Dyes 127 174 37.1 114 146 28.1 766 858 11.9 

Organic pigments 53 50-4.2 39 43 9.7 595 702 18.0 

Medicinal chemicals ... 117 130 11.3 103 204 97.0 1.831 1.988 8.5 
Flavor and perfume 

materials 74 64 -12.5 43 38 -10.8 866 1.005 16.1 

Plastics and resin 

materials 28,820 26.995 -6.3 25,057 23.819 -4.9 33,831 32.180 -4.9 

Rubber-processing 

chemicals 160 176 9.9 121 129 6.9 424 473 11.6 

Elastomer (synthetic 

rubber) 2,226 2,091 -6.0 1,467 1.395 -4.9 2.982 2.872 -3.7 

Plasticizers 1.043 976 -6.4 850 837 -1.6 1,001 1.046 4.4 

Surface-active 

agents 3.319 3.085 -7,0 1.933 1.724 -10.8 2.303 2.086 -9.4 

Pesticides and related 

products 528 572 8.4 424 461 8.7 4.354 5.203 19.5 

Miscellaneous end-use 

chemicals and 

chemical products .. 12,940 13,503 4.3 10.214 9.278 -9.2 9,449 9.759 3.3 
Miscellaneous cyclic 

and acyclic 

chemicals 46.046 48.804 1.6 19,147 20.103 5.0 15.118 16.247 7.5 

' Percentage calculated from figures rounded to thousands. 

' Not available 

' Because of rounding, figures may not add to the totals shown. 
Note.— Data for 1988 and 1989 do not include ethane, propane, and butane production. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



Summary 

Synth«tlc organic chemicals and their raw materials, total production, vs FRB Industrial production Index 



Billions 

of kilograms 

200- 
180- 
160- 
140- 
120- 
100- 

80- 

60- 

40- 

2^ 










_] Chemical production 
- FRB Index (1977=100) 



140 



120 



100 



. 80 



40 



- 20 



1985 



1987 



Source: Production, U.S. International Trade Commission, Synthetic Organic Chemicals: United States 
Production and Sales; FRB Industrial Production index, The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



General 

In this report, synthetic organic chemicals are 
classified on the basis of their principal use as 
follows: Cyclic intermediates, dyes, organic 
pigments, medicinal chemicals, flavor and 
perfume materials, plastics and resin materials, 
rubber-processing chemicals, elastomers 

(synthetic rubber), plasticizers, surface-active 
agents, pesticides and related products, 
miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical 
products, and miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic 
chenucals. Most of these groups are further 
subdivided either by use or by chemical 
composition. As intermediates, chemicals are 
used in the manufacture of finished products, 
aggregate figures that cover both intermediates 
and finished products necessarily include 
considerable duplication. 

Total production of synthetic organic 
chemicals (intermediates and finished products 
combined) in 1989 was 121,378 million 
kilograms, or 2.1 percent less than the output of 
123,944 million kilograms reported for 1988, and 
53.4 percent more than the output of 79,144 
million kilograms reported in 1977 (see table 2). 



Sales of synthetic organic chemicals in 1989 
amounted to 70,548 million kilograms, valued at 
$84,702 million, compared with 71,528 million 
kilograms, valued at $82,889 million, in 1988, 
and 44,378 million kilograms, valued at $32,434 
million, in 1977. Production of all cyclic (ring 
chemical structure) products (intermediates and 
finished products combined) in 1989 totaled 
38,895 million kilograms, or 5.2 percent less than 
the 41.031 million kilograms reported for 1988, 
and 122.9 percent more than the 17,451 million 
kilograms reported for 1977; however, the 
transfer of eight items, in 1979, from the primary 
products from petroleum and natural gas section 
to the section on cyclic intermediates has caused 
the output of cyclic products to appear much 
higher in relation to 1977 than would otherwise 
have resulted. Production of all acyclic (linear or 
branch chemical structure) products in 1989 
totaled 80,392 million kilograms, or 0.4 percent 
less than the 80,688 million kilograms reported 
for 1988, and 36.1 percent more than the 59.057 
million kilograms reported for 1977. Differences 
in trends between cyclic and acylic products 
reflect the aggregation of changes in usage of 
individual chemicals rather than preferences for 
cyclic versus acyclic chemicals. 



Table 2 

Synthetic organic chemicals: Summary of U.S. production and tales ol Intermediates and finished 

products, 1977, 1988. and 1989 

(Production and sales in thousands of kilograms: sales value in ttiousands of dollars) 



Chemicals 



1977' 



Increase or decrease (-) 



1989 



1989 over 
1977 



1989 over 
1988 



Organic chemicals, cyclic and 
acyclic, total: 

Production 79,144.460 

Sales 44.378.105 

Sales value 32,434.301 

Cycnc, total: 2 

Production 17,451 ,083 

Sales 10,833,542 

Sales value 13,410,029 

Acyclic, total: 2 

Production 59.056,510 

Sales 31 .649.694 

Sales value 17.084.012 

1. Cyclic Intermediates 

Production 8.493.888 

Sales 3.622,331 

Sales value 2.596,627 

2. Dyes 

Production 119.917 

Sales 115,448 

Sales value 689,992 

3. Organic Pigments 

Production 31 . 165 

Sales 26.052 

Sales value 267,747 

See footnotes at end of table. 



123.944,362 
71.528,398 
82.888,676 


121,378,075 
70,548,189 
84.702.188 


53.4 

59.0 

161.2 


-2.1 

-1.4 

2.2 


41,030,608 
23,550,694 
35.676,925 


38.895.104 
23.577.601 
38.189,601 


122.9 
117.6 
184.8 


-5.2 
0.1 
7.0 


80.688,148 
46.510,559 
44.229.621 


80.391.891 
45.575,686 
43,640,346 


36.1 
44.0 
155.4 


-0.4 
-2.0 
-1.3 


26.492,181 

12.016.015 

9.369.068 


24,755,837 
12,370,861 
10,283,993 


191.5 
241.5 
296.1 


-6.6 
3.0 
9.8 


127.183 
113.779 
766.148 


174,358 
145,757 
857,554 


45.4 
26.3 
24.3 


37.1 
28.1 
11.9 


52.570 

39.406 

594.657 


50,360 

43,236 

701,552 


61.6 
66.0 
162.0 


-4.2 

9.7 

18.0 



General 



Table 2— Contlnuad 

Synthetic organic chemicals: Sumntary of U.S. production and tales of Intermediates and finished 

products, 1977, 1988, and 1989 

(Production and sales In thousands of kilograms: sales value In thousands of dollars) 



Chemicals 



1977' 



Increase or decrease (-) 



1989 over 
1977 



1989 over 
1988 



4. Medicinal Chemicals 

Cyclic: 

Production 69.819 

Sales 37,914 

Sales value 718,392 

Acyclic: 

Production 39,377 

Sales 35,743 

Sales value 75,626 

5. Ravors and Perfume Materials 

Cyclic: 

Production 26,514 

Sales 21,232 

Sales value 134,628 

Acyclic: 

Production 41 ,715 

Sales 27,559 

Sales value 72,473 

6. Plastics and Resin Materials 

Cyclic: 

Production 4.899.932 

Sales 4,284.062 

Sales value 4,275,111 

Acvcllc * 

Production 10.804,977 

Sales 9.232.677 

Sales value 6,606,712 

7. Rubber-Processing Chemicals 
Cyclic: 

Production 152,204 

Sales 91 ,740 

Sales value 248,756 

Acyclic: 

Production 21 ,076 

Sales 16,254 

Sales value 29,009 

8. Elastomers (Synthetic Rubber) 

Production 2,636 867 

Sales 1,894,869 

Sales value 1 ,940,260 

9. Plastlclzers 
Cyclic: 

Production 638,249 

Sales 630,645 

Sales vedue 474,781 

Acyclic: 

Production 174 615 

Sales 1251784 

Sales value 157,549 

10. Surface-Active Agents 
Cyclic: 3 

Production 448.863 

Sales 212.933 

Sales value 200,244 

Acyclic: 

Production 1 ,691 285 

Sales 927.674 

Sales value 674.778 

11. Pesticides and Related Products 
Cyclic: 

Production 376.276 

Sales 313 520 

Sales value 1 664 008 

Acyclic: 

Production 253,099 

Sales 259 376 

Sale value '.'.'.'.'..'. 1,144!265 

See footnotes at end of table. 



72,140 

50,295 

1,622,980 


95,672 

153,166 

1,782.033 


37.0 
304.0 
148.1 


32.6 

204.5 

9.8 


44,979 

53,079 

208,031 


34.654 

50.447 

205.486 


-12.0 
41.1 
171.7 


-23.0 
-5.0 
-1.2 


35,552 

25,882 

704,353 


38.097 

27.502 

908,457 


43.7 

29.5 

574.8 


7.2 

6.3 

29.0 


37,970 

17,200 

161,742 


26,227 
10,918 
96,786 


-37.1 

-60.4 

33.5 


-30.9 
-36.5 
-40.2 


8,559,482 

7,316,588 

13,735,504 


8,017,658 

6,955,265 

13,065,234 


63.6 

62.4 

205.6 


-6.3 
-4.9 
-4.9 


20,260,322 
17,740,220 
20,095,787 


18,977,823 
16,864,135 
19,115,146 


75.6 
82.7 
189.3 


-6.3 
-4.9 
-4.9 


144,462 
107,185 
397,388 


155,035 
108,721 
429,565 


1.9 
18.5 
72.7 


7.3 
1.4 
8.1 


15,535 
13,322 
26,525 


20,830 
20,125 
43,327 


-1.2 
23.8 
49.4 


34.1 
51.1 
63.3 


2,225,606 
1.467,145 
2.982,130 


2.091.080 
1.394.902 
2.872.241 


-20.7 

-26.4 

48.0 


-6.0 
-4.9 
-3.7 


804,954 
653,102 
700,084 


734.653 
634,202 
703.942 


15.1 

0.6 

48.3 


-8.7 

-2.9 

0.6 


238,508 
196,753 
301,219 


241,738 
202.387 
341.585 


38.1 

60.9 

116.8 


1.4 
2.9 
13.4 


1,375,479 
1,035,108 
1,000,033 


1,347.168 
911.195 
743.088 


(4) 


-2.1 
-12.0 
-25.7 


1,943,071 

897.769 

1.303.218 


1.738.206 

812.840 

1,342,759 


(4) 
(4) 
(4) 


-10.5 

-9.5 

3.0 


344.599 

259.530 

3.054.331 


365,900 

286,745 

3,639,436 


-2.8 

-8.5 

118.7 


6.2 
10.5 
19.2 


183.312 

164,662 

1.299,407 


206,486 

174,427 

1,563,346 


-18.4 

-32.8 

36.6 


12.6 

5.9 

20.3 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 2— Contlnu«d 

Synthetic organic chemicals: Summary of U.S. production and sales of Intermediates and finished 

products, 1977, 1988, and 1989 

(Production and sales In thousands of kilograms: sales value In ttiousands of dollars) 

Increase or decrease (-) 

1989 over 1989 over 
Chemicals 1977' 1988 T989 7977 1988 

12. Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals 
and Chemical Product 

Cyclic: 

Production 1.252,527 1,537,478 1,592,471 27.1 3.6 

Sales 1,004.105 1,243,629 1.205,851 20.1 -3.0 

Sales value 1,479,800 1,984,420 3,606,757 143.7 81.8 

Acvcllc ' 

Production 7,523,638 11,402.681 11,910,252 58.3 4.5 

Sales 3.919.801 8.970.501 8.072,193 105.9 -10.0 

Sales value 1.067.681 7.464,116 6,152,720 476.3 -17.6 

13. Miscellaneous Cyclic and 
Acyclic Chemicals 

Cyclic: 

Production 941,729 1.484.528 1,567.895 66.5 5.6 

Sales 473,560 690.175 735.100 55.2 6.5 

Sales value 659.943 1,747,959 1.467,990 122.4 -16.0 

Acvcllc ' 

Production 38.506,728 46.561.770 47,235,675 22.7 1.4 

Sales 17.104.826 18,457.053 19,368.214 13.2 4.9 

Sales value 7,255.919 13.369.576 14,779,191 103.7 10.5 

' Standard reference base period for Federal Government general-purpose Index numbers. 

' Does not Include data for elastomers. 

^ Includes llgnlnsulfonates. 

' The data for 1977 are not comparable with current data as a result of a change In accounting procedures. 

° Items In these two sections were previously Included In the section named miscellaneous chemicals. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. lntematlon2U Trade Commission. 



The following tabulation shows, by chemical groups, the number of companies that reported 
production in 1989 of one or more of the chemicals included in each group. 

Number ol 

Chemical group 



Chemical group 

Cyclic inlermediates 

Dyes 

Organic pigments 

Medicinal chemicals 

Flavor and perfume materials 
Plastics and resins materials 
Rubber-processing chemicals 



companies 

168 Elastomers (synthetic rubber) 

34 Plaslicizers 

34 Surface-active agents 

87 Pesticides and related products 

30 Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and 

254 chemicals products 

23 Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic 

chemicals 



Number of 
companies 

31 
43 
1S6 
67 

161 

249 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 1 

Coal Tar, Tar Crudes and 

Pitches 

Coal tar is produced chiefly by the steel 
industry as a by-product of the manufacture of 
coke. Production of coal tar, therefore, depends 
on the demand for steel. Petroleum asphalts are 
not usually considered to be raw materials for 
chemicals. 

The U.S. International Trade Commission 
began collecting dau on crude coal tar for the 
1986 reporting year. In 1989, U.S. production of 
crude coal tar was 590 million liters. Production 
of crude light oil was 268 million liters in 1989. 

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, creosote oil, and pitch of tar. 
Some of these products are identical with those 
obtained from petroleum. Data for materials 
obtained from petroleum are included, for the 
most part, with the statistics for like materials 



obtained from coke-oven gas and tars, and are 
shown in table 1-1. 

The domestic production by coke-oven 
operators of industrial and specification grades of 
benzene, toluene, and xylene cannot be published 
since to do so would disclose the operations of 
individual companies. Some of the products 
obtained from tar and included in the statistics in 
table 1-1 are obtained from other products for 
which data are also included in the uble. The 
statistics, therefore, involve considerable 
duplication, and for this reason no group totals or 
grand totals are given. 

Table 1-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer (s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 1-3. 

Data for 1989 tar crudes were supplied by 26 
companies and company divisions. 

Cynthia B. Foreso 

202-252-1348 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3348) 



Rgur* 1-1 

Crud* Coal tar: U.S. production, 1985-49 



Millions 
or liters 



800. 




1985 



1986 



1987 



1989 



Not*.— Data for 1985 are not avallablo. 
Sourca: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



1-1 



Section 1 



Table 1-1 

Coal tar, tar crudes, and pilches: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Coal tar. tar crudes and pitches 



Unit at 
Quantity 



Crude coal tar 

(coke-oven operators) 1 ,000 liters 

Crude light oil: 

(coke-oven operators) 1 .000 liters 

Ught-oll distillates: 

Benzene, all grades, total* 1 .000 liters 

Coke-oven operators 1 ,000 liters 

Petroleum refiners 1 ,000 liters 

Toluene, all grades, totaP 1 ,000 liters 

Coke-oven operator 1 ,000 liters 

Petroleum refiners 1 .000 liters 

Xylene, all grades. totaP 1 .000 liters 

Coke-oven operators 1 ,000 Uters 

Petroleum refiners 1 ,000 Rters 

Other tar distillates 1 .000 liters 

Creosote oil (Dead oil) (100 percent 
creosote basis): 
Distillate as such (100 percent 

creosote basis) 1 ,000 liters 

Creosote In coal tar solution (100 

percent solution basis) 1 ,000 liters 

Tar and tar pitches: 

Refined tar for uses other than 

road tar 1 ,000 liters 

Pitch of tar: 

Hard 1 ,000 metric 

ton 





Sales 




/Average 

Unit 

value^ 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 






1.000 








dollars 




589,669 


657,391 


47,965 


$0.07 


267,908 


264.259 


43,282 


.16 


(») 


(') 


(») 


(') 


{') 


(») 


(') 


(') 


6,159,354 


3.987,436 


1.360.245 


.34 


(») 


(») 


(») 


(') 


{') 


(') 


(») 


(') 


3,039.346 


2,034,914 


546,599 


.27 


(») 


(') 


(') 


(') 


{') 


(») 


(') 


(») 


3,227,742 


1,556,757 


506,042 


.33 


278,713 


255,312 


35,650 


.14 


206.672 


138,231 


21,787 


.16 


72,041 


117.081 


13,863 


.12 


35.271 


n 


(') 


(') 


645 


487 


121,246 


248.90 



' Unit value per liter or metric ton as specified. 

' Includes data for material produced for use in blending motor fuels. The annual production statistics for 
petroleum refiners on benzene, toluene, and xylene are not comparable with the combined monthly production figures 
because of fiscal year revisions. 

' Statistics cannot be published; to do so would disclose the operations of Individual companies. 

Note.— Statistics for materials produced In tar and petroleum refineries are compiled by the U.S. international Trade 
Commission. Data for all other tars and tar crudes are not Included In the 1989 report because publication would 
disclose the operations of Individual companies. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questiorwiaires of the U.S. International Trade Conrvnisslon. 



1-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 1-2 

Coal tar. tar crudas and pitches for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer. 1989 



Coal tar, tar crudes and pitches 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 1-3) 



Light oil. light oil distillates, and tar bases: 

Crude coal tar Yes 

Crude light oil Yes 



Pyridine, tar bases: 
Benzene (benzol): 

Tar bases: crude bases (dry basis) No 

Toluene (toluol) : 

Toluene (Toluol) other grades No 

All other: 

All other llght-oll distillates No 

Other tar distillates: 
Naphthalene, crude: 

Methylnaphthalene No 

Naphthalene, crude, solidifying at less than 74° C . . No 
Naphthalene, crude, solidifying at 76° C to less 

than 79° C No 

Crude tar acid oils: 
Crude tar acid oils having a tar add content of 5 

percent to less than 24 percent No 

Cresyllc acid, crude: 

Sodium cresylate No 

Creosote oil (Dead oil): 
Creosote oil (Dead oil): creosote content In 

solution (100 percent basis) No 

Creosote oil (Dead oil): creosote In coal tar 

solution (100 percent solution basis) Yes 

Creosote oil (Dead oil): distillate as such (100 

percent creosote basis) Yes 

All other distillate products: 

Carbon Black oil No 

Crude coeU tar solvent No 

Priming and refractory oil No 

All other tar distillates No 

Tar and tar pitches: 
Tar. road: 

Tar. road No 

Tar for other uses: 

Tar for other uses: crude No 

Tar for other uses: refined Yes 

Rtch of tar: 

Pitch of tar: hard (M.P. 161° F and over) Yes 

Pitch of tar: medium (M. P. 110° To 160° F) No 

Rtch of tar: soft (M.P. 80° To 109° F) No 

All other: 
All other pitch of tar No 



ABP. ALS. ART. CGU. DTR. EKO. GSS. 

ILL INL. LTV. NBC. NTS. SGO, TWD. 

WPS. 
ABP. ALS. ART. BTS. CGU. EKO. GSS. 

ILI. INL. KPT. LTV. NBC. NTS. SGO. 

TWD. USX. WPS. 



CPY. KPT. USX. 

KPT. 

LYP. NTS. 

KPT. 

BTS. COP. CPY. GSS. 

ACS. KPT. 

ACS. ASY. INL. KPT. NTS. 
KPT. 



RIL. 








ACS, 


ART. 


KPT. 


RIL. 


ACS, 


ART. 


COP. 


KPT. RIL. 


ACS. 








KPT. 








BTS, 


KPT. 






GIV. 








ACS, 


RIL. 






ALS, 


BTS. 






ACS. 


COP. 


KPT. 


RIL. 


ACS. 


COP. 


KPT. 


RIL. 


ART. 


KPT, 


RIL. 




ART. 


COP. 







' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



1-3 



Section I 

Table 1-3 

Coal tar, tar crudes and pitches: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code Name of company 

ILI Acme Steel Corp. 

INL Inland Steel Co. 

KPT Kopper Industries 

LTV LTV Steel Co. 

LYP Lyondell Petrochemical Co. 

NBC New Boston Coke Corp. 

NTS National Steel Corp., Great Lakes Div. 

RIL Rellly Industries, Inc. 

SGO Shenango, Inc. 

TWD Tonawanda Coke Corp. 

USX U.S. Steel, DIv. of USX 

Chemical Div. 

Gary Works 

WPS Wheeiing-Pittsburg Steel Corp. 



ABP Drummond Co. inc. 

ACS Allied Signal, inc. , Engineered Materials 

Sector 

ALS Armco, inc. 

ART Arlstech Chemical Corp. 

ASY American Synthetic Rubber Corp. 

BTS Bethlehem Steel Corp. 

CGU Citizen Gas And Coke Utility 

COP Coopers Creek Chemical Corp. 

CPY Copolymer Rubber and Chemical Corp. 

DTR Detroit Coke Corp. 

EKO Empire Coke Co. 

GIV GIvaudan Corp. 

GSS Gulf States Steel 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in app. A. 
Source: Complied from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S international Trade Commission. 



1-4 



Section 2 

Primary Products from 

Petroleum and Natural Gas 

for Chemical Conversion 

Primary products that are derived from 
petroleum and natural gas are related to the 
intermediates and finished products made from 
such primary materials 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 primary products 
derived from petroleum are identical to those 
derived from coal ur (e.g., benzene, toluene, and 
mixed xylenes). Considerable duplication exists 
in the statistics on the production and sales of 
primary petroleum products because some of 
these primary chemicals are converted to other 
primary products derived from petroleum and 
because data on some production and sales are 
reported at successive stages in the conversion 
process. The statistics are sufficiently accurate, 
however, to indicate trends in the industry. Many 
of the primary products for which data are 
included in the statistics may be used either as fuel 
or as basic materials from which other chemicals 
are derived. In this report every effort has been 
made to exclude data on materials that are used 
as fuel; however, data are included on toluene 
and mixed xylenes, which are used in blending 
aviation and motor fuel. 

The total production of primary products 
derived from petroleum and natural gas during 



' Statistics on chemicals from coal tar are given in 
Section 1 (Coal tar, tar crudes, and pitches) of this report. 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

1985-89 is shown in figure 2-1. Beginning in 
1988, production and sales data no longer are 
collected for ethane, propane, and butane. Total 
production for primary products during 1989 
amounted to 50,742 million kilograms. 

The output of aromatic and naphthenic 
products from petroleum amounted to 12,628 
million kilograms in 1989, compared with 13,254 
million kilograms in 1988. Sales amounted to 
$2,635 million in 1989 and $2,254 mUlion in 
1988. In 1989, production of benzene was 5,414 
million kilograms; production of toluene was 
2,635 million kilograms; and production of mixed 
xylenes was 2,948 million kilograms (table 2-1). 

Production of all aliphatic hydrocarbons and 
derivatives from petroleum and natural gas was 
38,113 million kilograms in 1989. Sales of these 
products were valued at $8,734 million. 
Production of ethylene was 15,871 million 
kilograms in 1989. The output of 1 , 3-butadiene 
was 1,416 million kilograms and propylene 
production was 9,331 million kilograms during 
1989 (table 2-1). 

Table 2-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufact\irer(s) of each 
by code. The codes are identified by company 
name in table 2-3. 

Data for 1989 primary products from 
petroleum and natural gas for chemical 
conversion were supplied by 61 companies or 
company divisions. 

James Raftery 

202-252-1365 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3365) 



Rgur* 2-1 

Primary products from petroleum and natural gas tor chemical conversion U.S. production, 198S-89 




1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Note.— Data for 1988 and 1989 does not Include ethane, propane, and butane production. 
Source; Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. Intematlonal Trade Commlslon. 



2-1 



Section 2 



TabI* 2-1 

Primary products from petroleum and natural gas 

U.S. production and sales. 1989 



lor chemical conversion: 



Primary products from petroleum and natural 
gas for chemical conversion 



Grand total 

Aromatlcs and naphthenes' 

Total 

Benzene , all grades 

Toluene, all grades' •• 

Xylenes, mixed 

All other aromatlcs and naphthenes^ 

Aliphatic hydrocarbons 

Total 

C, Hydrocarbons, total* 

Acetylene* (For chemical use only) 

Ethylene 

Cj Hydrocarbons, total* 

Propylene'" 

C, Hydrocarbons, total" 

Butadiene and butylene fractions 

1,3-8utadlene. grade for rubber 

(elastomers) 

1 -Butene 

Isobutane 

Isobutylene 

All other C, hydrocarbons'* 

Cg Hydrocarbons, total 

Isoprene (2-Methyl-1 ,3-butadlene) 

n-Pentane 

Plperylene (1 ,3-Pentadlene) 

All other Cg hydrocarbons" " 

All other aliphatic hydrocarbons, derivatives, 
and mixtures, total 

Alpha olefins. Ce-C,o 

Alpha olefins. C,, and higher 

Dodecene (Tetrapropylene) 

n-Heptane 

Nonene (Tripropylene) 

n-Parafflns" 

All other'* 

See footnotes at end of table. 



Production 



1.000 
kilograms 



38.113.363 



15,926.316 



9.331.186 



9.331,186 
5.316,981 



853.516 



Sales 



Quantity 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
dollars 



20,175,876 



8,734,080 



n 



n 



5,269.185 



2.109.565 



5,269,185 
3,162,813 



2,109,565 
1,046,936 



594,631 



132,168 



Average 

Unit 

value'' 



Per 
kilogram 



50.741,619 


27,834,154 


11.369.191 


$0.41 


12.628,256 


7,658,278 


2,635.111 


.34 



5,414.072 


3,504,956 


1,360,245 


.39 


2,634,809 


1,764,067 


548,599 


.31 


2,947,574 


1,421,631 


506,042 


.36 


1,631,801 


967,624 


220,225 


.23 



.43 



55.814 


(') 


n 


(') 


15.870.502 


7.622.374 


3.991.876 


.52 



.40 



.40 
.33 



.22 



1.415.751 


1,370,278 


592,991 


.43 


255.479 


134,614 


71,761 


.53 


383.307 


319,572 


55,766 


.17 


541.173 


121,938 


64.046 


.53 


1,867,755 


621,780 


130.204 


.21 


1,483,464 


870,792 


230.307 


.26 


158,027 


97.439 


40,090 


.41 


430,008 


{-') 


n 


(') 


50,928 


55,301 


18.382 


.33 


844,501 


718,052 


171.835 


.24 


6,055,416 


3,250.712 


1.355.396 


.42 


345,073 


(") 


D 


D 


346,764 


184,406 


183,334 


.99 


156,641 


144,154 


66,417 


.46 


62,419 


64.039 


28,346 


.44 


291 ,600 


161.384 


76,928 


.48 


927,142 


588.039 


219,974 


.37 


3,925,777 


2.108,690 


780,397 


.37 



2-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 

Table 2-1— Continued 

Primary products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion: 

U.S. production and sales, 1989 

' Calculated from rounded figures. 

» The chemical raw materials designated as aromatlcs are In some cases Identical with those obtained from the 
distillation of coal tar; however, the statistics given In the table above relate only to such materials as are derived 
from petroleum and natural gas. Statistics on production and/or sales of benzene, toluene, and xylene from all 
sources are given In table 1-1 of the report on 'Coal tar, tar crudes and pitches.* 

^ Includes toluene, solvent grade, 90 percent. 

•* Includes toluene and xylene used as solvents: may Include that which Is blended In aviation and motor gasolines. 

* Includes data for alkyl aromatlcs, crude cresyllc add, cyclopentane, naphthalene, naphthenic add, carbon black 
feedstock, distillates, solvents and miscellaneous cyclic hydrocarbons. 

' Ethane production and sales data are no longer collected. 

' Reported data are accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 

* Production figures on acetylene from calcium carbide for chemical synthesis are collected by the U.S. Bureau 
of the Census. 

* Propane production and sales data are no longer collected. 
'° Includes data for refinery propylene. 

" Butane production and sales data are no longer collected. 

'2 Includes production and/or sales data for 2-butene, mixtures of 1-butene and 2-butene, and mixed C* 
streams. 

'* Includes data for mixtures of C, hydrocarbons. Isopentane, 2-pentene, euid mixed pentenes. 

" Includes sales data only for n-pentane. 

'" Includes data for the following chain lengths: C,-C,, C.-C,,. C,o-C,4, C,o-C,,, C,2-C,, and others. 

'■ Includes production and/or sales data for acetylene, alpha olefins (C«-C,o), methane, hexane. Isoheptanes, 
Isohexane, Iso-octame, neohexane, methylcyclopentadlene, mixed hexenes, mixed heptenes, mixed octenes. 
n-octane, dl-lsobutylene, elcosane. mixtures of Cj and C,, Cg-C,, C9-C7, C9-C7 hydrocarbons, hydrocarbon 
derivatives, and other hydrocarbons. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



2-3 



Section 2 

Table 2-2 

Primary products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which U.S. production 

and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Primary products from petroleum and natural Separate 

gas lor chemical conversion statistics^ 

Aromatlcs and naphthenes: 

Alky! aromatlcs: 

Cyciosols No 

All other alkyl aromatlcs: No 

Benzene: 
Benzene High purity (98-100%) No 

All other benzenes No 

Cresyllc acid (Less than 75 percent distilling over 

215" C) No 

Cyclopentane No 

Naphthalene No 

Naphthenic add: 

Naphthenic acid, acid number 150-199 No 

Naphthenic acid, acid number 200-224 No 

Naphthenic acid, acid number less than 150 No 

Toluene : 

Toluene High purity (98-100%) No 

Ail other toluenes No 

Xylenes, mixed: 
Xylene High purity (98-100%) No 

AH other xylenes No 

Ail other aromatlcs and naphthenes: 

Aromatlcs , Cg No 

Benzene, toluene, xylene, mixtures No 

Carbon black feedstock No 

Ail other products from petroleum and natural gas, 

cyclic No 

Aliphatic hydrocarbons: 

C, Hydrocarbons: 
Methane No 

Cj Hydrocarbons: 

Acetylene (For chemical use only) Yes 

Ethylene Yes 



Cj Hydrocarbons: 

Hydrocarbons, Cj-C, mixtures No 

Propylene Yes 



C4 Hydrocarbons: 

Butadiene and butylene fractions Yes 

1 ,3-Butadiene, grade for rubber (Elastomers) Yes 

1 -Butene Yes 

2-Butene No 

1-Butene and 2-butene, mixed No 

Hydrocarbons, C, fraction No 

Hydrocarbons, C, mixtures No 

isobutane {2-Methyipropane) Yes 

isobutyiene (2-Methylpropene) Yes 

All other C. hydrocarbons No 

See footnotes at end of tab\B. 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list in table 2-3) 



CXI. 
SHC. 

AMO, ASH, CNE, CSD, DOW, ENJ, GRS, 
HES, KHi, LYP, MOC, PLC, PPR, SHC, 
SiO, SM, SOC, SOG, SUN, SWR, TX, 
UOC, USI. 

AMO, ATR, HCL, KLM. UTP. VST. 

KHI, PSG. 
PLC. 
CXI, TX. 

CPS, HEC, MER. 
MER, PSG. 
HEC, SHC. 

ASH, CNE. CSD, ENJ, GRS, HES, KHI. 
LYP, MOC, PLC, PPR, PPX, SC, SHC, 
SIO, SM, SOG, SUN, SWR, TX, UOC. 

LYP. SOC. 

AMO. ASH, CSD, CSP, ENJ, HES. LYP, 
PLC, PPR. SHC. SOG. SUN. SWR, 
UOC. 

AMO, MOC. 

ENJ, MOC. 

ELP. 

ENJ. 

AMO. ATR, BAS, BFG, EKX, ELP. ENJ, 
LYP, OMC, SHC, TX, UCC. UPM, VST. 



SHO. 

KHI. RH, UCC. 

AMO, BAS, BFG, CNE, DOW, DUP, EKX. 
ELP, ENJ, GE, LYP. OMC, PLC, SHC, 
SM, SOC, SUN, TX. UCC, USi, UTP, 
VST. 

CGO, SiO. 

AMO. ASH. BAS, BFG, CCP, CGO, CNE, 
CSD, DA, DOW. DUP, EKX, ELP, ENJ, 
GE. KHI. LYP, MOC, PLC, PPS, SHC, 
SM, SOC, SOG, SUN, TX, UCC, USI, 
UTP, VLR, VST. 

BAS. CNE, DA, DOW, EKX, ELP, GE, 
PLC, SOC, TX, UCC, USI, UTP. VST. 

AMO. CNE. ENJ. LYP. SHC, SM, TPC, 
TX. 

ENJ, SHC, SM, SOC, TNA, TPC. 

TPC. 

ATR, DOW, LYP, SHC, TNA. 

KHI, TX. 

LYP. PPR, SOG. 

AMO, ATR, CSP, DA, MOC, PLC, SHO, 
SUN, TX. 

AMO. ATR. ENJ. SHC. TPC. TX. 

ENJ, SM. TX. 



2-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 2-2— Continued 

Primary product! from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which U.S. production 
and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Primary products from petroleum and natural 
gas for chemical conversion 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 2-3) 



Aliphatic hydrocarbons— Continued 



Cj Hydrocarbons: 

Hydrocarbons, Cj mixtures No 

Isoamylene No 

Isopentane (2-Methylbutane) No 

Isoprene (2-Methyl-1 .3-butadlene) Yes 

n-Pentane Yes 

2-Pentene No 

Pentenes, mixed No 

Rperyiene (1 ,3-Pentadlene) Yes 

All other Cj hydrocarbons No 

All other aliphatic hydrocarbons, derivatives, and 
mixtures : 
Ce Hydrocarbons: 

Hexane No 

1 -Hexene No 

Hexenes , mixed No 

Hydrocarbons. Cs-Ca mixtures No 

isohexane No 

Methyicyclopontadiene No 

Neohexane (2.2-Dimethyibutano) No 

Ail other Cg hydrocaut)ons No 

C7 Hydrocarbons: 

n-Heptano Yes 

Heptenes, mixed No 

Isoheptanes No 

All other C7 hydrocarbons No 

C( Hydrocarbons : 

Ol-lsobutyiene (Dl-isobutene) No 

n-Octane No 

Octanes, mixed No 

2,2,4-Trimethylpentane (iso-octane) No 

C, and above Hydrocarbons (except alpha olefins) : 

Dodecene Yes 

Nonene (Tripropylene) Yes 

Alpha olefins: 

Alpha olefins , Ce-C,o Yes 

Alpha olefins, C,, and higher Yes 

N-Paraffins - carbon chain length: 

n-Parafflns, C,o-C,4 No 

n-Paraffins, C,o-C,g No 

n-Paraffins, C„-C„ No 

n-P2iraffins , Cj-Cg No 

n-Paraffins . 0,-0,8 No 

All other n-peu-affins No 

Polybutene No 

Hydrocarbon derivatives : 

n-Butyl mercaptan (l-Butanathloi) No 

sec-Butyl mercaptan (2-Butanethiol) No 

tert-Butyi mercaptan (2-Methyi-2-propanethiol) .... No 

Decyl mercaptans No 

Dl-tert-butyl disulfide No 

Diethyl sulfide (Ethyl sulfide) No 

Dimethyl sulfide No 

Ethyl mercaptan (Ethanethiol) No 

Ethylthloethanol No 

Isopropyi mercaptan (2-Propanethiol) No 

Methyl ethyl sulfide No 

Methyl mercaptan (Methanethloi) No 

Octyi mercaptans No 

n-Propyi mercaptan (1-Propanethloi) No 



CNE, 


QYR. 


LYP. 






EN J. 










PLO, 


SHO. 








DOW, 


, ENJ, 


GYR, 


LYP 


, SOC 


CSP, 


KHI. 1 


=LC, SHO. 




BFG, 


DOW 








CSP. 


CXI, 1 


=LC, SHO, 


TX. 


CXI, 1 


DOW, 


LYP. 






EN J, 


SHC, 


TX. 






ENJ, 


PLC, 


SOG. 


TX, 1 


UOC. 


PLC. 










ENJ. 










PLC. 










PLC. 










ENJ. 










PLC. 










DA, 1 


=LC, SHC, ! 


3M, TX. 


ENJ, 


PLC, 


SOG. 


TX, 


UOC. 


ENJ, 


TX. 








PLO. 










EKX, 


PPR, 


SHC. 






EKT, 


TPC. 








SOG 










ENJ, 


TX. 








LYP. 


PLC. 








CSP, 


ENJ, 


SOC. 


SUN 




ATR, 


CSP, 


ENJ, 


SOC 


. TX. 


SHC, 


SOC 


, TNA 






SHC, 


SOC 


, TNA 






SHC. 


UOC 








ENJ. 


VST. 








VST. 










SOG 


, UOC 








SOG 


, TX, 


UOC. 






ENJ. 


SOG, 


UOC 






AMO 










PAS. 


PLC. 








HAP. 


PLC. 








HAP. 


PAS, 


PLC. 






PAS. 










PLC. 










HAP. 


PAS. 








GAY 


, PAS. 








HAP. 


PAS, 


PLO. 






HAP. 










HAP, 


PAS. 


PLC. 






CED, 


, HAP 








PAS. 










PAS. 










PAS. 


PLC. 









See footnotes at end of table. 



2-5 



Section 2 

Table 2-2— Continued 

Primary products from petrolaum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which U.S. production 

and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 

Primary products trom petroleum and natural Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

gas for chemical conversion statistics' (according to list In table 2-3) 

Aliphatic hydrocarbons— Continued 

Hydrocarbon derivatives— Continued 

Thiophane (Tetrahydrothlophene) No HAP. 

All other hydrocarbon derivatives No PAS, PLC, SHC. 

All other hydrocarbons Cg and above, Including 

mixtures No ENJ, PLC, SOC, TNA. 

' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



2-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

TabI* 2-3 

Primary products from petroleum and natural gaa for chemical converalon: Directory ot manufacturers, 

alphabetical by code. 1989 



Code 



Name ot company 



Code 



Name ot company 



AMO 


Amoco Corp. 


ASH .... 


Ashland Oil, Inc.. Ashland Petroleum 




Co. 


ATR . . . . 


Atlantic Richfield Co.. Arco Chemical 




Co. 


BAS 


BASF Corp. 


BFG . . . . 


B. F. Goodrich Co.. B. F. Goodrich 




Chemical Group 


CCP . . . . 


Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 


CED . . . . 


Cedar Chemical Co. 



CGO Cltgo Petroleum Corp. 



CNE . 
CPS . 
CSD . 

CSP . 

CXI . . 
DA .. 
DOW 
DUP . 

EKT . 
EKX . 
ELP . 
ENJ . 
EPC 



Oxy Petrochemicals. Inc. 
CPS Chemical Co., Inc. 
Fina OH & Chemical Co., 

Cosden Chemical DIv. 
Coastal Refining & Marketing. Inc. 
Chemical Exchange Industries. Inc. 
Diamond Shamrock Refining & Marketing 
Dow Chemical Co. 
E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. 
Eastman Kodak Co. : 

Tennessee Eastman Co. DIv. 

Texas Eastman Co. DIv. 
Rexene Products Company 
Exxon Chemical Americas 
EPC Partners, Ltd. 



HKO Occidental Chemical Corp. , Olefins 

KHI Koch Refining Co. 

KLM Kalama Chemical, inc. 

LYP Lyondeii Petrochemical Co. 

MER Merlchem Co. 

MOC Marathon Petroleum Co. . Texas 

Refining DIv. 

OMC Olln Corp. 

PAS Atochem North America, Inc. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co. 

PPR Phillips Puerto Rico Core. inc. 

PPS EPC Partners. LTD 

PPX Phillips Paraxyiene. inc. 

PSQ PMC. Inc. . Specialities Group, inc. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

SC Sterling Chemicals, inc. 

SHC ... 
SHO . . . 
SIO . . . . 
SM .... 



Inc. 



GAY Gayiord Chemical Corp. 



QE . 

GRS 
GYR 
HAP 

HCL 

NEC 
HES 



General Electric, Specialty Chemical 

Group 
Champlln Refining Co. 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
Heimerlch & Payne inc.. Natural Gas 

Odorlzing, Inc. 
Hoechst Ceianese Corp., 

Bayport Works. SP & W DIv. 
Hewchem 
Amerada Hess Corp. (Hess Oil Virgin 

Islands Corp) 



Shell Chemical Co. 

Shell OH Co. 

BP Oil Company 

Mobil Oil Corp.: 
Gas Uquids Dept. 
Petrochemicals DIv. 

Chevron Corp., Chevron Chemical Co. 

Hill Petroleum Co. 

Sun Company, inc. 

Southwestern Refining Co., inc. 

Ethyl Corp. 

Texas Petrochemicals Corp. 

Texaco Chemical Co. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp. . industrial 

Chemical DIv. 

Union Oil Co. of California 

UOP, inc. 

Quatum Chemical Corp.. USi DIv. 

Union Texas Product Corp. 

VLR Valero Refining Co. & Marlcetlmg Co. 

VST Vista Chemical Co. 



see 

SOG 
SUN 
SWR 
TNA 
TPC 
TX. 



UOC 
UPM 
USI . 
UTP 



Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Complied from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



2-7 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 3 
Cyclic Intermediates 

Cyclic intermediates are synthetic organic 
chemicals derived principally from petroleum and 
natural gas and from coal-tar crudes produced by 
destructive distillation (pyrolysis) of coal. Most 
cyclic intermediates are used in the manufacture 
of more advanced synthetic organic chemicals and 
finished products, such as dyes, medicinal 
chemicals, elastomers (synthetic rubber), 
pesticides, and plastics and resin materials. Some 
intermediates, however, are sold as end products 
without further processing. For example, 
ethylbenzene is used as a raw material in the 
manufacture of styrene. In 1989, about 50 
percent of the total output of cyclic intermediates 
was sold; the rest was consumed chiefly in the 
producing plants in the manufacture of more 
advanced intermediates and finished products. 

The total annual production of cyclic 
intermediates during 1985-89 is shown in figure 
3-1. Total production of cyclic intermediates in 
1989 amounted to 24,756 million kilograms, a 
decrease of 7 percent compared with production 
reported to the Commission in 1988. Reported 



sales of cyclic intermediate chemicals in 1989 
were 12,371 million kilograms, valued at $10,284 
million, compared with 12,016 million kilograms, 
valued at $9,369 million, in 1988. 

Intermediates that were produced in excess of 
500 million kilograms in 1989 were ethylbenzene 
(4,189 million kilograms), terephthalic acid and 
terephthalic acid dimethyl ester (3,822 million 
kilograms), styrene (3,782 million kilograms), 
p-xylene (2,424 million kilograms), cumene 
(2,008 million kilograms), phenol (1,726 million 
kilograms), cyclohexane (1,031 million kilo- 
grams), and bisphenol A (563 million kilograms). 
These intermediate chemicals produced in excess 
of 1 billion kilograms accounted for about 79 
percent of the total output of cyclic intermediate 
chemicals produced in 1989. 

Table 3-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 3-3. 

Ed Matusik 

202-252-1356 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3356) 



Rgur* 3-1 

Cyllc Int*rm6cllat«a: U.S. production, 1965-89 



Billions 

of kilograms 



30. 




1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Compiled from data racalved In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



3-1 



Section 3 

Table 3-1 

Cyclic Intermediates: U.S. production and sales. 1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 





Sales 




Average 

Unit 

vatue^ 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


1.000 


1.000 


1.000 


Per 


kilograms 


kilograms 


dollars 


kilogram 


24,755,837 


12,370,861 


10,283,993 


$0.83 










718 


677 


5.833 


8.62 


1.068 


(*) 


{') 


(') 


460.998 


316,383 


215.867 


.68 


92 


(^) 


(') 


n 


47.332 


{') 


(*) 


n 


19.775 


10.196 


6.697 


.66 


133.741 


(') 


{') 


(') 


34.412 


29.904 


49,332 


1.65 


2.007,702 


1,271.899 


601.429 


.47 


1,031,211 


1.048,405 


489,448 


.47 


483,277 


56.673 


64,323 


1.13 


54,867 


62.146 


21,720 


.35 


4,189,377 


145.353 


80.533 


.55 


774.332 


571.117 


962,373 


1.69 


158.428 


(') 


(*) 


(») 


277,523 


205.806 


393,154 


1.91 


332.443 


281.615 


459,347 


1.63 


5.938 


83.696 


109,872 


1.31 


563.074 


180.965 


221,658 


1.22 


74.702 


38,841 


46,218 


1.19 


14.248 


(*) 


(') 


(*) 


1.726.417 


654,045 


619,665 


.95 


1,406.030 


528.584 


494.091 


.93 


320.387 


125.461 


125,574 


1.00 


416.125 


195.880 


130,786 


.67 


11.691 


(») 


(') 


n 


3.781.561 


1,965.840 


1,411.501 


.72 


3,821,973 


(*) 


n 


(') 


78.275 


33.751 


64.064 


1.90 


445.915 


238.607 


102,563 


.43 


2.424.231 


1.401,609 


870,823 


.62 


2.158.723 


4.148,570 


4.319.160 


1.04 



Grand total 

o-Acetoacotanlsldlde 

4-Amlno-5-methoxy-2-mothylbenzenesulfonlc acid 

(5-methyl-1-o-anlsldlne sulfonic acid) 

Aniline (Aniline oil) 

Anillnomethanesulfonic acid and salt 

Benzoic acid, tech 

Biphenyi 

Chlorobenzene, mono- 

Cresois and cresyllc acltf> 

Cumene 

Cyclohexane 

Cyclohexanone 

DIcyclopentadiene (Including cyciopentadlene) . . . . 
Ethyibenzene 

isocyanic acid derivatives, total 

Diphenyimethane-4,4'-diisocyanate (MDI) 

Polymethylene polyphenyiisocyanate 

Toiuene-2.4- and 2 , 6-diisocyanate 

(80/20 mixture) 

All other isocyanic acid derivatives 

4,4'-l8opropylldenedlphenol (BIsphenol A) 

Nonyiphenoi 

Octyiphenoi 

Phenol , toteU 

From cumene 

All other phenol 

Phthallc anhydride 

Salicylic acid, tech 

Styrene 

Terephthallc acid, dimethyl ester* 

Tetrahydrofuran 

o-Xyiene 

p-Xyiene 

Ail other cyclic Intermediates 



' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

' Reported data were accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 
' Does not Include data for coke oven and gas-retort ovens. 

* The figure for terephthallc acid, dimethyl ester (DMT) Includes both the add Itself and the dimethyl ester 
without double counting. The acid production figure was multiplied by the factor 1 .16 to convert It to equivalent 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



3-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 3-2 

Cyclic Intarmedlatet for which U.S. production and/or aalat ware reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic 

Acetoacetanlllde No 

o-Acetoacetanlsldlde Yes 

o-Acetoacetotoluldlde No 

2' ,4-Acetoacetoxylldlde No 

Acetoacet-m-xylldlde No 

Acetoguanamino No 

Acetophenone, tech No 

p-Acetotoluldlde No 

2 -Acety (pyridine No 

Aldadiene No 

Alkylbenzenes: 

Alkylbenzene straight-chain (except dodecyl and 

tridecyl) No 

Dodecylbenzene (Including trtdecylbenzene) : 

Dodecylbenzene, straight-chain No 

All other dodecylbenzene (Including tridecylbenzene) . No 

Alkylphenols , mixed No 

Alkylpyridlnes , mixed No 

Aluminum chlorohydroxyphthalocyanlne blue No 

4'-Amlnoacetanlllde (Acetyl-p-phenylenedlamlne) No 

3'-Amlno-p-acetanlsldlde No 

1-Amlno2uithraqulnone and salt No 

p-Amlnobenzamlde No 

o-Amlnobenzenethlol No 

p-Amlnobenzolc acid, tech No 

2-Amino-6-benzothlazole8ulfonlc acid No 

2-Amlno-1-bromo-3-chloroanthraqulnone No 

1 -Amlno-4-bromo-9 , 1 0-dlhydro-9 , 1 0-dloxo-2- 

su^thracenesulfonlc acid and sodium salt No 

7-Amlnocephalosporanlc acid No 

2-Amlno-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonlc acid IS03H=1] No 

6-Amlno-5-chloro-m-toluenesulfonlc acid [SO,H=1] 

(2B Add) No 

4-Amlno-N,N-dlO-hydroxyethyl)anlllne sulfate No 

4-Amlno-5-methoxy-2-methylbenzenesuJfonlc acid 

(5-methyl-o-2inl8ldlno8ulfonlc acid) Yes 

m-[(4-Amlno-3-methoxyphenyl)azo)benzenesutfonlc acid No 

2-Amlno-2-methylpropyl-8-bromotheophylllnate No 

2-Amlno-5-mothylpyr1dlne No 

2-Amlno-6-methylpyrtdlne No 

3-Amino-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid No 

2-Amlno-5-nltrothlazole No 

2-Amlno-4-nltrotoluene hydrochloride No 

5-Amlno-2- [ (2-oxo-5-benzlmldazollnyl) amino) - 

benzenesulfonic acid No 

6-Amlnopenlclllanlc acid No 

p-Amlnophonol No 

p- 1 (p-Amlnophenyl)azo] benzenesulfonic acid No 

7-((4-Amlnophenyl)a2o]-1 .3-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid . . No 

3-Aminophenylphosphonlc acid No 

2-Amlnopyrldlne No 

4-Amlnopyr1dlne No 

5-Amlnosalicyllc acid No 

2-Amlnothlazole nitrate No 

4-Amlno-m-toluenesulfonlc acid (SOjHsIl No 

6-Amlno-m-toluenesulfonlc acid (SOjH=lj No 

Aniline (Aniline oil) Yes 

2-Anillnoethanol No 

Anillnomethanesulfonic acid and salt Yes 

o-Anlsldlnomethanesulfonic acid No 

Anisole. tech No 



BRD, EKT. 




BRD. EKT, LC. 




BRD, EKT. 




EKT. 




BRD. 




DiX. 




S, TLI. 




EK. 




RiL. 




SRL. 




MON, PLC. 




MON, VST. 




MON. 




PSQ. SCN. 




RIL, {'). 




PHC. 




HCL. 




BUC, SDC. 




SDC. 




NSC. 




FMT. 




NSC, WYK. 




VPC. 




PLC. 




VPC. 




BRS, TRD. 




LMC. 




DUP, PHC. 




WAY. 




PSQ, VPC, (»). 




VPC. 




CHT. 




RiL. 




RIL. 




NES. 




PCW, SAL. 




PCW. 




BRS, PFZ. 




BEE. 




IMAL. 




ATL. VPC. 




ACY. 




ICi. 




RIL. 




RiL. 




SAL. 




PCW. 




DUP. 




DUP. PHC. 




ART, DUP, FST, ICI, MAL, 


MOB, RUC, 


USR. 




SCP. 




ACY. ATL. VPC. 




VPC. 




CHF. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



3-3 



Section 3 



Table 3-2— Continued 



Cyclic Intern^edlates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer. 
1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Anisoyi chloride No 

Anthranlllc acid (o-Amlnobenzolc acid) No 

N,N'-(1 ,5-Anthraqulnonylen6)dianthranlllc acid No 

Benzaldehyde, tech No 

Benzsmlilde No 

Benzene phosphorous chloride No 

Benzenesuifonlc acid No 

Benzenesulfonic acid, 2-fomiyl-, sodium salt No 

Benzenesulfonyl chloride No 

1 ,2,4,5-BenzenetetracarboxyUc acid No 

1 .2.4-Benzenetrlc2ut>oxyllc add, 1 ,2-dlanhydrlde 

(Trimellttic anhydride) No 

Benzhydrol (DIphenylmethanol) No 

Benzlmldazole No 

Benzoic acid.2-(4-(dlmethylanilno)-benzoyll- No 

Benzoic acid, methyl ester No 

Benzoic acid, tech Yes 

Benzonitrile No 

Benzophenone No 

2-Benzothiazolethlol, sodium salt No 

1 H-Benzotrisizole No 

2-Benzoxazolethiol No 

Benzoyl chloride No 

Benzylimilne No 

2-(Benzylamlno)ethanol No 

2-Benzyl-2 ' -hydroxy-5 , 9-dlmethyl-6 , 7- 

benzomorphanhydrobromlde No 

1-Benzyl-4-phenyllsonlpecotonltrile No 

Benzyltrimethylammonlum hydroxide No 

4.4'-Biphenol No 

BIphenyl Yes 

2,6-Bls(p-azldobenzylidene)-4-methylcyclohexanone .... No 

N,N-Bl8(2-hydroxyethyl)-p-toluldlne No 

N,N-Bi8((4-methylphenyl)sulfonyl) amine, potassium salt No 

1 ,2-Bl8(tribromophenoxy)ethane No 

3-Bromoacetophenone No 

Bromobenzene,mono No 

p-Bromobenzenesulfonyl chloride No 

o-Bromobenzolc acid No 

2-Bromodlbenzofuran No 

2-Bromo-4,6-dlnltroanlllne No 

1-Bromo-4-ethoxy-2-methylbenzene No 

Bromoethylbenzene No 

p-Bromofluorobenzene No 

2-Bromopyridlne No 

Butyl p-amlnobenzoate No 

p-Butylanlllne No 

p-tert-Butylbenzaldehyde No 

n-Butylbenzene No 

2-tert-Butyl-p-cresol No 

6-tert-Butyl-o-cresol No 

2- [ ( 1 - Butyl-2 -methyllndol-3-y I) carbony Ibenzolc add No 

o-sec-Butylphenol No 

o-tert-Butylphenol No 

p-sec-Butylphenol No 

p-tert-Butylphenol No 

Butyiphenols, mixed No 

p-tert-Butyltoluene No 

6-tert-Butyl-2,4-xylenol No 

4,4-Carbonylbls(phthallc anhydride) No 

N-Carboxy-N-methylanthranlllc anhydride No 



SD. 

PSQ. 

SDC. 

KLM. 

EK. 

ICI. 

UPF. 

('). 

ICI, UPF. 

AMO. 

AMO. 

PD. 

EK. 

{'). 

HCF 

KLM, PFZ. VEL. 

PSG. 

CWN. 

BFQ. USR. 

PSG. 

EK. 

HK, VEL. 

HXL. KLM. 

HXL. 

SD. 

SDW. 

RSA. 

SCN. 

CXI. KHI. MON. SOC. 

{'). 

RSA. 

EK. 

QTL. 

(*). 

DAZ, GTL. 

EK. 

PO. 

ARS. 

HCL. 

('). 

GTL. 

(')■ 

DAZ. 

WYK. 

TNA. 

GIV. 

PLC. 

PSG. 

PSG. 

(»). 

SCN. TNA. 

TNA. 

SCN. 

PSG. SCN. 

PSG, TNA, («). 

GIV. 

GAF, PSG. 

ACH. 



See foottKttes at end of table. 



3-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

2-Chloroacetophenone No 

1 - ( 3-Chloro-allyl) -D-3 , 5 , 7-trlaza-1 -azaonlaadamante 

chloride No 

2-Chloro-4-amlnotoluene No 

o-Chloroanlllne No 

p-Chloroanlllne No 

p-Chloroberualdehyde No 

Chiorobenzene , mono Yes 

p-ChlorobenzenesulfonIc acid No 

2-Chloro-1 ,4-dlbutoxybenzene No 

1-Chloro-2,5-dlbutoxy-4-nltrobenzene No 

2-Chloro-1 .4-dlethoxybenzene No 

1-Chloro-2,5-dlethoxy-4-nltrobenzene No 

4'-Chloro-2' ,5'-dlmethoxyacetoacetanlllde No 

2-Chloro-1 .4-dlmethoxybenzone No 

1-Chloro-2.4-dlnltrobenzene (Dlnltrochlorobenzene) No 

4-Chloro-3.5-dlnltrobenzene8Ulfonlc acid No 

3-Chlorodlph8nylamlne No 

p-[(2-Chloroethyl)methylamlno)benzaldehyde No 

1-Chloro-2-nltrobenzene (Chloro-o-nltrobenzene) No 

1-Chloro-4-nltrobenzene (Chloro-p-nltrobenzane) No 

2-Chloro-4-nltrobenzolc acid No 

2-Chloro-4-nttrobenzolc acid, potassium salt No 

4-Chloro-3-nltrobonzotr1fluorlde No 

2-Chloro-4-nltrotoluene No 

2-Chlorophenothlazlne No 

N-(4-Chlorophenyl)-N'-(3,4-dlchloropheny)urea No 

4-Chloro-o-phenylenedlamlne No 

4-Chlorophthallc add No 

3-Chloropropyl-2,5-xylyl ether No 

2-Chloropyr1dlne No 

4-Chlorore8orclno( No 

2-(4-Chloro8ulfonylphenyl)ethyltrlchloro8llane No 

o-Chlorotoluene No 

Qr-Chlorotoluene (Benzyl chloride) No 

3-Chloro-p-toluldlne INH,=1) No 

3- (2-Chloro-4-trlfluoromethylphenoxy) toluene No 

4-Chloro-3,5-xylenol No 

Cls-1-(3-Chloro-allyl)-3,5.7-tr1a2a-1-azonlaadamante 

chloride No 

Copper. [2.2' .2" .2' ' •-(SH.SIH- 
phthalacyanlnepentyipentakls (methylene) ] pentakis (1 H- 

l8olndole-1,3(2H)-dlonato]l No 

Cresols: 

m-Creso! No 

o-cresol: 

o-Cresol, from petroleum No 

p-Cresol No 

Cresols. mixed: 
(m.pj-cresol: 

(m.pl-Cresol. from petroleum No 

Cresyllc add. refined: 

Cresyllc acid, refined; from petroleum No 

Cumene (Isopropyl benzene) Yes 

Cumene hydrogen peroxide No 

Cumenesulfonic acid No 

4-(Cyanoacetyl)morphollne No 

N-Cyano-s-methyl-N-2(4-methyl-5-lmldazolyl)- 

methylthloethyllsothlourea No 

Cyclohexane Yes 

1 .4-Cyclohexanedlcarboxyilc acid No 



EK. 

DOW. 

LMC. 

CWN. DUP. LK4C. 

DUP. 

PD. 

MON. PPG. sec. 

UPF. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

HCL. 

CHF. 

SDC. 

LMC. 

SK. 

VPC. 

DUP, MON. 

DUP. MON. 

SAL. 

SAL. 

DAZ. 

DUP. PCW. 

SK. 

VPC. 

FMT. 

PSG. 

PD. 

CMC, 

PCW. 

NOD. 

S. 

MON. 

DUP. 

PER. 

DOW. 



MER. 



GE. MER. PSG. 
MER, PSG. 



MER, PSG. 

MER, PSG. 

ASH. BTL. GGC. GRS. KHI, SHC, SOC. 

TX. 
ART. 
NES. 
DUP. 

SK. 

GRS. PLC, PPR. SOC. SUN. TX, UOC. 

EKT. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-5 



Section 3 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

1 ,2-Cyclohexanedlcarboxyllc acid anhydride No 

Cyclohexanol No 

Cyclohexauione '^*' 

Cyclohexanone oxime No 

Cyclohexene No 

4-Cyclohexene-1 ,2-dlcarboxyllc anhydride No 

Cyclohexene oxide No 

P-(1-Cyclohexenyl)ethylamlne No 

Cyclohexylamine No 

Cyciohexylmethyldlmethoxysllane No 

Cyclooctadlene No 

Cyclopropene carboxyllc add, 3-(2-chloro-3,3,3- 
trlfluoro-1 -propenyl)-2 ,2-dlmethyl-(2-methyl(1 , 1 ' - 

blphenyl)-3-yl) methyl ester No 

2-Cyclopropylmethylamino-5-chlorobenzophenone No 

2-(N-Cyclopropylmethyl-N-phthallmldoacetyl)-amlno-5- 

chlorobenzophenone No 

p-Cymene No 

Decyldiphenyl oxide No 

3-Diacetoxyethylamlnobenzanlllde No 

DI_N_P_acetoxyethyl-m-toluldlne No 

Dlalkylbenzene No 

1 ,3 DIamlnocyclohexane No 

4,4'-Dlamlnodlphenyl sulfone No 

2.6-Dlamlnopyrldlne No 

2,5-Dlanillnoterephthallc add No 

DIbenzylamlnosuccinIc add No 

m-Dlbromobenzene No 

p-Dlbromobenzene No 

(1 ,2-Dlbromoethyl)benzene No 

2.6-Dlbromo-4-nltroanlllne No 

p-Dlbutoxybenzene (DBB) No 

2,5-Dlbutoxy-4-morphollnoben2enedlazonlum sulfate salt 

(DBB sulfate) No 

2.5-Dlbutoxy-4-morphollnonltrobenzene No 

Dibutyl-p-cresol No 

2.4-DI-tert-butylphenol No 

2.6-DI-tert-butylphenol No 

2.6-DI-tert-butylphenol No 

2,6-DI-tert-4-sec-butylphenol No 

3,4-Dlchloroanlllne No 

o(and p)-Dichlorobenzene No 

o-Dlchlorobenzene No 

m-Dlchlorobenzene No 

p-Dlchlorobenzene No 

3,3'-Dlchlorobenzldine base and salts No 

3.4-Dlchlorobenzotrlfluorlde No 

DIchlorodlphenylsllane No 

2.6-Dichloro-3-methylanillne No 

DIchloromethylphenylsilane No 

2,6-Dlchloro-4-nltroanlllne No 

1 .2-Dlchloro-4-nltrobenzene No 

2,4-Dlchloro-4-(2-nltro-4-trlfluoromethylphenyl)- 

clnnamlc add No 

2,6-Dlchloropyrldlne No 

p,Q-Dichlorotoluene No 

2.4-Dlcumylphend No 

DIcydohexylamlne No 

DIcydopentadlene (Includes Cydopentadlene) Yes 

a.a-Dlethoxyacetophenone No 

p-Dlethoxybenzene No 



BCC, 
ACS, 
ACS, 
CNP. 
USR. 
DKA. 
USR. 
HXL. 
AlP, 
NOD 
DUP. 



HK. 

BAS, DUP, MON. 

BAS, CNP, DUP, MON. 



HCL. 



NES. 
PD. 

PD. 

HPC. 

TCC. 

HCL. 

SDC. 

VST. 

DUP. 

TLI. 

RIL. 

VPC. 

(2). 

DAZ. 

DAZ. 

DAZ. 

HCL. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

PSG. 

PSG, SON. 

SCN. 

TNA. 

SCN. 

DUP. 

sec. 

MON, PPG, sec, SOI. 

MON. 

MON, PPG, sec, SOI. 

CWN, LMC. 

HK, (M. 

DCC. 

SDC. 

DCC. 

CWN. 

DUP. 

SK. 

OMC. 

HK. 

SCN. 

AlP. 

CXI, DOW, ENJ, LYP, SHC, VEL. 

CWN. 

ALL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer. 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

2,5-Dlethoxy-4-morphollnonltrobenzene No ALL. 

p-(Dlethylamlno)benzaldehyde No MCK, VPC. 

4-(Dl8thylamlno)benzaldehyde, 1 , 1 -diphenylhydrazone ... No EKT. 

2[4-Dlethylamlno-2-hydroxyben2ylbenzolc add) No ('). 

4-(Dlethylamlno)-2-methylbenzaldehyde No (*). 

m-(Dlethylamlno)phenol (N.N-Dlethyl-3-amlnophenol) ... No HIL. 

3-(Dlethylamlno)proplophenone No SCP. 

N,N-Dlethylanlllne No BCC, DUP. 

2.6-Dlethylanlllne No TNA. 

DIethylbenzene No UPM. 

N.N-Dlethylcyclohexylamlne No AlP. 

3.5-Dlethyl-1 .2-dlhydro-1-phenyl-2-propylpyrldlne No RIL. 

3,5-Dlethyltoluene No TNA. 

N,N-Dlethyl-m-toluldlne No DUP. 

N,N-Dlethyl-p-toluldlne No RSA. 

6.11-Dlhydrodlbenz(b,e)oxepln-11-one No PFZ. 

2,3-Dlhydro-2,2-dlmethyl-7-benzofuranol No FMN. 

2-(2,3-Dlhydro-1.3-dloxo-1H-lnden-2yl)-(qulnollnyl)]- 

6-methylbenzothlazole-7-sulfonlc acid No VPC. 

DIhydrophenylglyclne sodium methyl dane salt No KAN. 

2.4-Dlhydroxybenzaldehyde No EK. 

3,4-Dlhydroxybenzolc acid, methyl ester No PCW. 

2,4-Dlhydroxybenzophenone No ACY. 

N,N-DI(P-hydroxyethyl)-m-chloroanlllne No MIL. 

6,7-Dlhydroxy-2-naphthalene8Ulfonlc acid No CCC. 

Dllsobutyl-o-cresol No PSQ. 

m-Dll8opropenylbenzene No EKT. 

Dlisopropylanlllne No TNA. 

Dllsopropylbenzene No EKT, GGC. 

2,6-Dllsopropyl-4-phenoxyanlllne No TNA. 

2.5-Dlmethoxybenzaldehyde No CWN. 

m-Dlmethoxybonzene No ACY. 

p-Dlmethoxybenzene No CHF. 

p-(Dlmethyleunlno)benzaldehyde No (*) . 

m-(Dlmethylamlno) benzoic acid No HIL. 

2- [4- (DImethylamIno) benzoyl) benzoic acid No EK. 

m-Dlmethylamlnophenol No ACY, BCC. 

1 1 - [3 ( DImethylamIno ) propyl] -6H-hydroxydlbenz (b , e) - 

oxepin No PFZ. 

N.N-Dlmethylanlline No DUP. 

2,6-Dlmethylanlllne No TNA. 

N.N-Dlmethylbenzyiamine No HXL. 

Dlmethyl-1 ,4-cyclohexanedlcarboxylate No EKT. 

N.N-Dlmethylcyclohexy (amine No AlP, BAS. 

4,4'-Dlmethyldlphenyl ether No TNA. 

5,5-Dlmethylhydantoln No BRD. 

2,6-Dimethylnaphthalene No UPM. 

Dlmethyl-2,6-naphthalenedlcarboxylat6 No AMO. UPF. 

N,N'-Dlmethyl-3.4.9.10-perylenetetracarboxyllc acid 3, 

4:9,10-dllmlde No VPC. 

3,5-Dimethylpiperldlne No RIL. 

N,N-Dlmethyl-o-toluidlne No RSA. 

N,N-Dlmethyl-p-toluldine No FST, RSA. 

m-Dlnltrobenzene No DUP, FST. 

2,4-Dlnltrobenzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt No EK. 

3,5-Dlnltrobenzolc acid No SAL. 

3.5-Dlnltrochlorobenzenesulfonlc acid, potassium salt .... No LMC. 

2.4-Dinltrophenol, tech No SDC. 

2, 4-Dlnltrophenoxyethanol No CMC. 

3. S-Dlnltrosaiicylic acid, methyl ester No SAL. 

p-Dlnltrosobenzene No LC. 

2 .4-Dlnltrotoluen8 No DUP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-7 



Section 3 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



C'^ciic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

2.4(and 2,6)-Dlnltrotoluene No 

3,5-Dlnltro-p-toluone8ulfonlc acid No 

Dlnonylpheno! No 

2 ,4-Dloxo-3-azasplro (5 , 5] undecane-t . 5-dlcarbonltrlle 

mono sodium salt No 

Dl-para-benzoqulnone dioxime No 

2,4-DI-tert-pentylphenol No 

Diphenylamlne No 

Oiphenyldlmethoxysllane No 

DIphenyldlsulflde No 

DIphenyl phosphorous chloride No 

DIphenyl phthalate No 

DI-2-plcolylamlne No 

1 ,3-DI-4-piperldylpropane No 

2,5-Di-p-toiuldlnoterephthallc acid No 

1 ,S-Dlureldonaphthalene No 

DIvlnylbenzene No 

Oodecyldlphenyl oxide No 

Dodecylnltrobenzene No 

p-Oodecylphenol No 

4-Ethanolplperldine No 

2-Ethanolpyrldlne No 

5-Ethanoxy-3-trlchloromethyl-1 .2.4-thladlazole No 

Ethlsterone No 

1 -Ethoxy-3-methylbenzene No 

4-Ethoxy-2-methyl-N-phenylanlllne No 

o-Ethylemlline No 

N-Ethylanlllne, refined No 

2-(N-Ethylanlllno)ethanol No 

3-(N-Ethylanlllno)proplonltrlle No 

a-(N-Ethylanlllno)-m-toluene8ulfonlc add No 

Ethylbenzene Yes 

2-(N-Ethyl-N. -cyanoethyl)-4-acetamlnoanlsole No 

N-Ethylmalelmlde No 

6-Ethyl-2-methylanlllne ..........'.'.....'. No 

2-[Ethyl(3-methylphenyl)amlnolethanol No 

Ethyl 2(2-nltro-4-trlfluoromethylphenyl)-3-oxobutanoate . No 

N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamlne No 

5-Ethyl-2,3-pyrldlnedlcarboxyllc acid ... No 

N-Ethyl-m-toluldlne ' no 

3-(N-Ethyl-m-toluldlno)proplonltrlle No 

p-Fluoroanlilne ' ' no 

o-FluorobenzoyI chloride .................... No 

5-Fluoro-2-methyl-1-[[4-(methylsulflnyl)phenyl)- 

methylene- Ih-lndene No 

p-Fluoronltrobenzene No 

1 -Formylplperldlne m« 

F^ran ^° 

Furfuryl alcohol f^^ 

1-(2-Furoyl)plperazlne No 

Hexachlorocyclopentadlene No 

1 .4 , 5 . 6 , 7 , 7-Hexachloro-5-norbornene-2 .3-dicartJoxyllc 

anhydride (Chiorendlc anhydride) No 

Hexamethylenelmlne »■_ 

Hydroqulnone, tech Hj 

P-Hydroxybenzenesulfonic add . . . ! No 

p-Hydroxybenzolc add f.^ 

4-Hydroxybenzylbenzene N° 

2'-Hydroxy-5,9-dlmethyl-6.7-benzomorphan '. No 

3-IN-{2-Hydroxyethyl)anllino)proplonltrllo . No 



ICI. RUC, (*). 

(*). 

TX. 

PD. 

LC. 

PAS, PSG, SON. 

ART, RUC. USR. 

NOD. 

PAH. 

ICI. 

EK, UPF. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

VPC. 

SOI. 

DOW, TCC. 

TCC. 

LMC. 

WON, SCN. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

OMC. 

SRL. UPJ. 

m. 

TNA. 

BCC. FST. 

MIL. SCP. 

SCP. 

HIL. 

AMO, ATR. CSD, DOW, ELP, GE, HCL, 

KHI, 
SCP. 
REG. 
TNA. 
FST. 
SK. 
HIL. 
NES. 

DUP, FST. 
SCP. 
DA2. 
OMC. 

MRK. 

{')■ 

RIL. 

QKO. 

QKO. 

PFZ. 

VEL. 

VEL. 

CXI, DUP. 
EKT, GYR. 
UPF. 
LEM. 
TNA. 
SD. 
SCP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

N-P-Hydroxyethyl-2,4-dlhydroxybenzamlde No 

5-Hydroxylsophthallc acid No 

2-Hydroxymethylene-17a-ethlnylandrost-17 p-ol-4-en- 

3-one No 

3-Hydroxy-N-(3-N-morphollno--y-propyl)-2-naphthlmlde No 

6-Hydroxy-2-naphthalonesulfonlc acid No 

1-Hydroxy-2-naphtholc acid No 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphtholc add (B.O.N.) No 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphtholc add, ethanolamlde No 

1-Hydroxynaphtholc acid, methyl ester No 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic add. methyl ester No 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphtholc add, sodium salt No 

2-lmldazolldlnone modification No 

5-lndanol No 

Isatolc anhydride No 

Isobutylbenzene No 

Isobutylblphenyl No 

Isobutyrophenone No 

IsocyanIc add derivatives: 

BItolylene dllsocyanate (TODI) No 

Dlphenylmethane-4,4'-dllsocyanate (MDI) Yes 

Polymethylene polyphenyllsocyanate No 

Toluene 2,4-and 2,6-dllsocyanate (80/20 Mixture) .... Yes 

p-Toluenesulfonyl Isocyanate No 

Isonlcotlnamlde No 

Isonlcotlnic acid No 

Isonlcotlnonltrlle No 

Isophthallc add (Benzene-1 .3-dlcarboxylic acid) No 

Isophthallc acid, dimethyl ester No 

Isophthalonltrlle No 

IsophthaloyI chloride No 

Isopropylblphenyl No 

5,5'-lsopropylldenebl8(2-hydroxy-m-xyiene-a,a'-diol) .. No 

4,4'-lsopropylldenedlphenol (BIsphenol A) Yes 

4,4'-lsopropylldenedlphenoi, ethoxylated No 

4,4'-lsopropylldenedlphenol, propoxylated No 

o-lsopropylphenol No 

Isopropylphenol, mixed No 

Isothlocyanic add, phenyl ester No 

2,6-Lutldlne No 

3,4-Lutldlne No 

Magnesium bls(4-nitrobenzylmaionate) dihydrate No 

Malonanlllde No 

Melamlne No 

dl-p-Mentha-1 ,8-dlene (LImonene) No 

4-Methoxybenzyl alcohol No 

2-Methoxyethylplperldlne No 

N-(4-Methoxy-3-nltrophenyl)acetamlde No 

2-(N-Methylanlllno)ethanol No 

3-(N-Methylanlllno)proplonltrlle No 

2-Methylanthraqulnone No 

Methyi-2-benzlmldazole carbamate No 

2-Methylbenzothlazole No 

o-MethylbenzoyI chloride No 

4-Methylbenzoyi chloride No 

Methylbenzyl alcohol No 

N-Methylbenzylamlne No 

Methyl-bls-diisopropylanlllne No 

Methylcyciohexane No 

Methyl 3- ( 2 , 2 -dichlorovlny I) -2 . 2-dlmethylcy dopropane 

carboate No 

2-Methyl-4.6-dlnltrophenol (4,6-Dlnltro-o-cre90l) No 



PCW. 
MRF. 

SD. 

PCW. 

HIL. 

PCW. 

PCW. 

PCW. 

PCW. 

PCW. 

PCW. 

(')■ 

('). 

PSG. 

PLC, TNA, 

TCC. 

ARS. 



DOW, iCI, MOB. RUC. 

ICI, RUC. 

DOW, ICI, MOB, OMC, RUC. 



PSG. 
TLC. 



CWN. 

8AS, 

BAS. 

BAS, 

CWN. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

AMO. 

UTC. 

DUP, 

DUP, 

TCC. 

ARK. 

ART, DOW, GE, SHC. 

ICI, SCP. 

ICi, SCP. 

FMC. 

PSG. 

EK. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

(»). 

PCW. 

ACY, MLC. 

ARZ, NCI. 

BUC. 

RIL. 

SDC. 

SCP. 

SCP. 

ACY. 

CED. 

FMT. 

TLC. 

TLC. 

TNA. 

HXL. 

TNA. 

PLC. 

FMN. 
CPS. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-9 



Section 3 



Table 3-2— Continued 



Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Cyclic intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list in table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

4-Methyl-2 ,6-dlnltrophenol No 

4.4-Methylenebls(2,6-dl-ter*-butylphenol) No 

4.4'-Methylenobls[N,N-dlethylanillne] No 

4,4'-Methylenebis[N,N-dlmethylanlline] (Methane base) . No 

2,2'-Methylenebis(4-methyl-6-nonyl-p-cresol) No 

4,4'-Methylenedlanlllne No 

5,5'-Methylenedlsallcyllc add No 

N-Methyl-2-ethanolplperldino No 

Methyl p-formylbenzoate No 

(2.4-Methyl-5-imldazolyl)methylthioethylamlne 

dlhydrochlorlde- No 

2-Methyllndole No 

4-Methyl-N-((4-methylphenyl)sulfonyl)benzenesulfonamide No 

N-Methyl-p-nltroanlline No 

4-Methyl-2-nltroanlsole No 

2-Methyl-5-norbomene-2,3-dicarboxylic anhydride No 

N-(3-Methylphenyl)acetamlde No 

4- (1 -Methyl- 1 -phenyl )othylphenol No 

4-Methylphthallc acid No 

1 -Methylplperldlne No 

2-Methylplperldlne No 

a-Methylstyrene No 

ar-Methylstyrene (VInyltoluene) No 

Mefhylthlobenzolc acid No 

Myrlstylbenzyldlmethylammonlum chloride •2H2O No 

1 -Naphthaldehyde No 

2,6-NaphthalenedlC8u-boxylic acid No 

2-Naphthalenesulfonlc acid No 

2-Naphthalenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt No 

Naphthallmlde No 

1 -Naphthylamlne (a-Naphthylamlne) No 

p- ( 2-Naphthylamlno ) phenol ( N- ( p-Hy droxyphenyl) -2- 

naphthylamlne) No 

NIcotlnonltrlle (3-Cyanopyrldine) No 

3-Nltro-6-pyrrolodlnyl toluene No 

o-Nltroanillne No 

p-Nltroanlllne No 

5-Nttroanthranlllc acid No 

1 -NItroanthraqulnone No 

NItrobenzamlde No 

Nitrobenzene No 

m-NltrobenzenesutfonIc acid, sodium salt No 

o-Nltrobenzolc acid No 

m-Nltrobenzolc acid No 

p-Nltrobenzolc acid No 

m-Nltrobenzolc acid, sodium salt No 

2-Nltro-p-cresol No 

5-Nltrodlmothyllsophthalate No 

NItrodlphenylamlne No 

5-Nltrolsophthallc add No 

3-Nltro-4-methylacetophenone No 

p-Nltrophenethyl alcohol No 

p-Nltrophenol No 

p-Nltrophenol, sodium salt No 

3(and 5)-Nltrosallcyllc add No 

p-Nltrosophenol No 

4-Nltrosophenol, sodium salt No 

o-Nltrotoluene No 

m-Nltrotoluene No 

p-Nltrotoluene No 

NItrotoluene mixtures No 



PSG. 

TNA. 

ACY. 

ACY. 

PSG. 

RUG, USR. 

KLM. 

RIL. 

EKT. 

SK. 

(*)• 

EK. 

ACY, USR. 

PSG. 

BCC. 

SDC. 

SCN. 

EK. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

ART, GGC, TX. 

BTL. 

(')■ 

PCW. 

GNW. 

AMO. 

ACY. 

GNW. 

VPC. 

DUP. 

SDC. 

NEP, RIL. 

ALL. 

BUC, MON. 

DUP, MON. 

SAL. 

SDC. 

PD. 

FST. ICI, RUC. 

USM. 

SAL. 

HIL, SAL. 

DUP. 

SAL. 

PSG. 

SAL. 

ACY, MON. 

SAL. 

TLI. 

PCW. 

DUP, MON. 

DUP. 

SAL. 

SDC. 

SDC. 

DUP, FST. 

DUP, FST. 

DUP, FST. 

FST. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

(2-Nltro-4-trlfluoromethylphenyl) acetic acid No 

Nonylphenol Yes 

Octylphenol Yes 

Octylphenoxydlethoxy chloride No 

5-0x0-1 -phenyl-2-pyra2oline-3-carboxyllc add, ethyl 

ester No 

4,4'-Oxydlanlllne No 

Parahydroxyphenylglyclne potassium methyl dane salt ... No 

o-Pentylphenol (o-Amylphenol) No 

p-tert-Pontylphenol No 

3.4.9,10-Perylenetetracarboxyllc-3.4;9,10-dlanhydrldo .. No 

3.4,9,1 0- Porylonetetracarboxyllc-3 ,4:9,1 0-dllmlde No 

1 , 10-Phenanthrollne No 

2-Phenethylamlne No 

p-Phenetldlne No 

Phenol: 
Natural: 
From petroleum: 

Phenol, natural, from petroleum. U.S.P No 

All other, phenol, natural, from petroleum No 

Synthetic: 
By caustic fusion: 

All other phenol, synthetic, by caustic fusion No 

Phenol, benzylated No 

Phenol, styrenated No 

Phenol, synthetic, from cumene by oxidation, U.S.P. Yes 

All other phenol, synthetic No 

Phenolsulfonaphthalein No 

Phenolsulfonaphthalein, sodium salt No 

Phenolsulfonic acid No 

Phenolsulfonic acid, sodium salt No 

Phenoxyacetic acid, sodium salt No 

3-Phenoxybenzaldehyde No 

3-Phenoxybenzaldahyde cyanohydhn No 

3-Phenoxybenzenemethanol No 

m-Phenoxytoluene No 

4' -Phenylacetophenone No 

4-(Phenyljuo)dlphenylamlne No 

4-(Phenylazo)-1-naphthylamlne No 

m-Phenyleneblsmalelmlde No 

o-Phenylenedlamlne No 

m-Phenylenedlamlne No 

p-Phenylenedlamlne No 

Phenyl ether (DIphenyl oxide) No 

d( + )a-Phenylethylamlne No 

N-Phenylglyclne No 

Phenylglyclne, potassium salt No 

Phenylglyclne, sodium salt No 

Phenylglycol esters No 

2,2'-((Phenyl)lmlno)dlethanol (N-Phenyldlethanolamlne) No 

2,2'-[(Phenyl)lmlno)dlethanol, diacetate ester No 

o-Phenylphenol No 

p-Phenylphenol No 

o-Phenylphonol. sodium salt No 

N-Phenyl-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

Phenylphosphlnic acid No 

Phenylphosphlnic add. potassium salt No 

Phenylphosphlnic add. sodium salt No 

1 -Phenyl- 1 ,2-propanodlone. 2-oxlme No 

4-Phenylpropylpyrldlne No 



PSG. 

ART, BTL, DOW, GE. GGC. 
SHC, TX. 



SK. 

GAP. GE, KLM, MON, RH, SCN, TX. 

PSG, RH, SCN. 

RH. 

HCL. 

CHT, DUP. 

KAN. 

PAS, SCN, (»). 

PAS. 

VPC. 

VPC. 

VNC. 

HXL. 

HCL, MNA. 



MER. 
PSG. 



ISP. 

MIL 

MIL 

ACS, 

KLM, 

EK. 

EK. 

PSG. 

SAL. 

NCC. 

TNA. 

TNA. 

TNA. 

MER. 

ANG. 

EK. 

CMC 

NES. 

DUP 

DUP 

DUP. 

DOW, MON 

HXL. 

EK. 

KAN. 

LIL. 

BCC. 

MIL, SCP. 

SCP. 

DOW. 

DOW. 

DOW. 

USR. 

PER. 

PER. 

PER, 

ORT. 

RIL. 



PSG. 
FST. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-11 



Section 3 

Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list In table 3-3j 



Cyclic— Continued 

dl-PhenylsucclnIc acid No 

Phenyltrimethyl sunmonlum chloride No 

Phthallc add No 

Plithallc anhydride Yes 

Phthaiimide No 

[Phthaiocyaninato( 2-)] copper No 

(Phthaiocyanlnato (2-)] iron No 

jPhthaiocyaninetotramethanamlnato) copper No 

l=>hthalocy2ininetetrasuifonyi chloride, copper derivative ... No 

PhthaloyI chloride (Phthalyi chloride) No 

Picollnes: 

2-Plcollne (a-Rcollne) No 

3-Rcollne O-Plcollne) No 

4-Rcoline ('y-Rcoiine) No 

Picollnonltrllo (2-Cyanopyridlne) No 

3-Picolylamlne No 

Rcric acid (Trinltrophenol) No 

Rperldlne No 

Polyethylbenzene (80 percent diethylbenzene) No 

Proplophenone No 

8 . 1 6-Pyranthrenedione No 

1 .3,6.8-Pyrenetetrasulfonlc acid No 

Pyridine hydrochloride No 

Pyridine, refined: 

2° Pyridine, refined No 

Ail other pyridine, refined grades No 

3-Pyridinemethanol No 

2-Pyridinethioi-1 -oxide, sodium salt No 

2-Pyridinothloi-1 -oxide, zinc salt No 

3-Pyridinoi No 

Pyromeilitic dianhydride No 

2-Pyrroiidinone (2-Pyrroiidone) No 

Pyrvinium pamoate No 

Ouinaidlne No 

Quinoiine : 

CXiinoiine-2,3-dicarboxyllc acid No 

2-Quinoiinoi No 

Quinone dioxime No 

Resorcinoi. dimethyl ether No 

Resorcinoi, tech No 

3-Re8orcyiic acid No 

Saiicyiaidehyde No 

Saiicyiaidohyde oxime No 

Sallcylanllide No 

Salicylic acid, tech Yes 

Sodium p-suifophenyimethaliyi ether No 

Sodium trichiorobenzenesulfate No 

Spiro[3H-1.2-benzoxathioie-3.9-[9H]-xanthenel-3'.6'- 

dloi-1 .1 -dioxide No 

Styrene (Vinylbenzene) Yes 

Sulfanliic acid (p-Aminobenzenesulfonlc acid) and salt . . No 

5-Sulfoisophthailc acid. 1 .3-dimethyi ester No 

5-Suifoi8ophthailc acid. 1. 3-dimethyi ester, sodium 

sat No 

5-Suifoisophthaiic acid, lithium salt No 

5-Suifol8ophthaiic acid, sodium salt No 

4-Suifophthallc acid No 

Terephthaiic acid No 

Terephthaiic acid, dimethyl ester ' ' Yes 

Terephthaioyi chloride No 



PD. 

LLi. 

EK. 

ART, BAS, ENJ. KPT, SC, STP, USR. 

PSG. 

PHC. 

PHC. 

(*). 

VPC. 

TLC. 

RIL. 

NEP. RIL. 

RIL. 

NEP. 

RIL. 

SDC. 

AiP, RIL. 

ELP. 

ORT. 

PCW. 

(»). 

RSA. 

NEP. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

OMC. 

OMC. 

RIL. 

ACH. 

GAP. 

(')• 

ACY. 

NES. 

EK. 

LC. 

BAS. 

CiC. ISP. 

ISP. 

RDA. 

EK. 

PCW. 

DOW. HiL. KLM, MON, RDA. 

SAL. 

UPF. 

(*). 

AMD. ATR, CSD, DOW, ELP, GE, HCL, 

PLC, SC, SOC. 
HiL. 
PCW. 

DUP. 

EKT. 

EKT, PCW. 

CWN. 

AMO. DUP, HCF. 

DUP, EKT, HCF. 

DUP. TLC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer. 

1989 



Cyclic Intermediates 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Cyclic— Continued 

Terphenyl (Phenylblphonyl) (m-,o-,and p-lsomors) No 

1_Tert-butyi-2.5-dlmethoxybenzene No 

Tetrabromophthallc anhydride No 

Tetrachlorophthallc anhydride No 

Tetrahydrofuran Yes 

1 ,2,3,4-Tetrahydronaphthalene No 

2,2',3,3'-T8trahydro-3,3,3',3'-tetramethyl-1,V- 

splrobl[1H-lndenel-5.5' ,6,6'-tetrol No 

1 ,2,4,5-Tetramethylben2ene (Durene) No 

p-(1 ,1 ,3,3-Tetramethylbutyl)phenol No 

3.3.4,4-Tetramethylphenol ether No 

Thiodlphenol No 

Thiophenol No 

Toluene-2,3-(and 3,4)-dlamlne (35/65 mixture) No 

Toluene-2,4-dlamlne (4-m-Tolylenedlamlne) No 

Toluene-2.4-(and 2.6)-dlamlne (80/20 mixture) No 

Toluene-3,4-dlamlne No 

p-Toluenesulfonamlde No 

p-ToluenesulfonIc acid No 

p-ToluenesulfonIc add, aniline salt No 

o-Toluenesulfonyl chloride No 

m-Tolulc add No 

p-Tolulc add, methyl ester No 

o-Toluldlne No 

m-Toluldlne No 

p-Toluldlne No 

m-ToluldlnomethanesulfonIc add No 

2,2-(m-Tolyllmlno)dlethanol No 

Tdyltrlazde No 

N,N,N-Trlben2ylamlne No 

ar-Trlbromoethyl beruene No 

2,4,6-Trlbromophend No 

3.4" , 5-Tribromo8allcylanlllde No 

2,4,6-Trl-tert-butylphend No 

1,2,3(and 1 ,2,4)-Trlchlorobenzene No 

1 ,2.4-Trlchloroben2ene No 

3-Trichloromothyl-1 ,2,4-thladla20le No 

1 ,2,4-Trlchloro-5-nltroben2ene No 

Trichlorophenylsllane No 

a.a,a-Tr(chlorotoluene (Benzotrlchlorlde) No 

2,4,6-Trichloro-8-tr1a2lne (Cyanuric chloride) No 

Trl(dlmethylamlnomethyl)phenol No 

Trimellltic trichloride No 

1 ,2,4-Trlmothylben2ene (Pseudocumene) No 

1 ,3,5-Trtmethylbenzene (Mesltylene) No 

1 ,3.3-Trlmethyl-8', a-lndollneacetaldehyde No 

2,3,6-Trlmethylphenol No 

Triphenylmethane No 

Triphenylphosphlne No 

a,a' ,a"-Trl8(dlmethylamlno)me8ltol No 

Trls(2-methyl-1-azlrldlnyl)pho8phlne oxide No 

7,7' -Ureylenebis [4-hydroxy-2-naphthaleneeulfonlc add] 

(J-Acid urea) No 

Veratraldehyde (3,4-Dlmethoxybenzaldehyde) No 

2-Vlnylpyr1dlne No 

4-Vlnylpyrldlne No 

o-Xylene (90-100% of o-xylene Isomer) Yet 

m-Xylene (90-100% of m-xylene Isomer) No 

p-Xylene (90-100% of p-xylene Isomer) Yes 

2.4-Xylenesulfonlc add No 

Xylenesulfonlc add. mixed Isomers No 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In fab/e 3-3) 



H/ION. 

EKT. 

TNA. 

MON. 

BAS. DUP. QAF. C3KO. 

RDA. 

SCN. 

KHI. 

GAF. 

TNA. 

CRZ. 

ICI. 

OMC. 

RUC. (»). 

OMC. 

(»). 

UTC. 

TEN. UPF. 

NES. 

UPF. 

WTC. 

HCF. 

DUP, FST. 

DUP, FST. 

DUP. FST. 

ATL. 

MIL. SOP. 

PSQ. 

HXL. 

GTL. 
PCW. 
SCN. 
PPG, SCO. 

sec. 

OMC. 

PCW. 

OCC. 

HK. VEL. 

DGC. 

PEL. 

TLC. 

KHI. 

ABB. 

VPC. 

GE. 

EK. 

('). 

RH. 

ARS. 

S. 

GIV. 

RIL. 

RIL. 

ENJ, KHI. LYP, PLC. PPR. SM. 

AMO. PLC. 

AMO, ENJ. KHI. LYP, PLC. PPX. SOC. 

STX. 
UPF. 
NES. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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Section 3 

TabI* 3-2— Continued 

Cyclic lnt«rm«dlat«t for which U.S. production and/or aalas war* reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Cyclic Intermediates statistics^ (according to list In table 3-3) 

Cyclic— Continued 

2.5-Xylenol No PSQ. 

2.6-Xylenol No GE. 

3,5-Xy!enol No PSQ. 

Xylenol crystals No HXL. 

Xylenols: 

Xylenol, low boiling point No MER. 

Xylenols , not classified as to boiling point No QE . 

Xylidlnes: 
Xylldlne, original mixture No DUP. 

4-(2.4-Xylyla20)-2,5-xylldlne No ACH. 

All other cyclic Intermediates Yes ACY, AMB, ATL, BRD, BRS, BUG, CHD, 

CRZ, DUP, 2EK. EKT. GIV. HCF, HCL. 
HIL, HK. HXL, LC, NOD, OMC, PAH. 
PCW, PFZ, PSG, RAY, RIL, S. SAL, 
SCH, SCP, SDC, SDW, SK, TLI, TNA, 
TRD, UPF. UPJ, UPJ, UPJ, VPC, («), 

(»). (»). m, {'). (»), (*), (»), (»). c). 

' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported in this section are indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted in confidence and may not be published are indicated by no.' 

' The manufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. intematlonal Trade Commission. 



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TabiA 3-3 

Cyclic Intermediate*: Directory of manufacturer*, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ABB Abbott Laboratorle* 

ACH Alico Chemical Corp. 

ACS Allied Signal Inc., Engineered Material 

Sector 

ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

AlP Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. 

ALL Alliance Chemical, Inc. 

AMB American Blo-Synthetlcs Corp. 

AMO Amoco Corp . 

ANG Angus Chemical Co. 

ARK Armstrong World Industries, Inc. 

ARS Arsynco, Inc. , Sub. DIv. of Aceto Corp. 

ART Arlstech Chemical Corp. , Chemical DIv. 

ARZ Arizona Chemical Co. 

ASH Ashland Oil, Inc. , Ashland Petroleum 

Co. 

ATL Atlantic Industries, Inc. 

ATR Atlantic Richfield Co. , Arco Chemical 

Co. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BCC Buffalo Color Corp. 

BEE Beecham Inc. , Beecham Laboratories 

DIv. 
BFG B. P. Goodrich Co. , B. F. Goodrich 

Chemical Group 

BRD Lonza, Inc. 

BRS Bristol-Myers Co. 

BTL BTL Specialty Resin Corp. 

BUC Synalloy Corp. , Blackman Uhler 

Chemical DIv. 

CCC C.N.C. International, Inc. 

CEO Cedar Chemical Co. 

CHO Chemdesign Corp. 

CHF KIncaid Enterprises, Inc. 

CHT Chattem, Inc. 

CIC Color Chem International Corp. 

CNP OSM Chemicals North America 

CPS CPS Chemical Co. , Inc. 

CRZ James River II Corp. 

CSD Fina Oil & Chemicals Co. , Cosden 

Chemical DIv. 

CWN Upjohn Co. , Fine Chemicals 

CXI Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 

DAZ Diaz Chemical Corp. 

DCC Dow Corning Corp. 

DQC Degussa Corp. 

DIX Dixie Chemical Co. , Inc. 

DKA Mobay Synthetics Corp. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. , Inc. 

Chemicals and figments Dept. 

Petrochemicals Dept. 

EK Eastmeui Kodak Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. DIv. 

ELP Rexene Products Company 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

FER FerroCorp.: 



Bedford Chemical DIv. 

Grant DIv. 

FMC FMC Corp. , NItro DIv. 

FMN Agricultural Chemical Group 

FMT Falrmount Chemical Co. , Inc. 

FST First Chemical Corp. 

QAF GAF Chemical Corp. 

GE General ELectrIc Co. , Speciality 

ChemlceU Group 
GGC Georgia-Gulf Corp. : 

Houston DIv. 

Plaquemlne DIv. 

GIV GIvaudan Corp 

GNW Greenwood ChemlcaU Co. 

GRS Champlln Refining Co. 

GTL Great Lakes Chemical Corp. 

GYR Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

HCF Cape Industries 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp,: 

Bayport Works 

Fine Chemicals Dtv. 

Sou-Tex Works 

Specialty Chem Group 

HIL Hilton Davis Co. 

HK Occidental Chemical Corp. , ED & S DIv. 

HPC Hercules, Inc. 

HXL Hexcel Corp. . Hexcel Chemical 

Products 
ICI IC1 Americas, Inc. , 

Agricultural Chemicals DIv. 

Polyurethanes Group 

Specialty Chem DIv. 

ISP Indspec Chemical Corp. 

KAN Kanasco, Ltd 

KH1 Koch Refining Co. 

KLM Kalama Chemical, Inc. 

LC Lord Corp., Chemical Products Group 

LEM Napp Chemicals. Inc. 

LIL Ell Ully & Co. 

LLI Lee Laboratories, Inc. 

LMC Lomac, Inc. 

LYP Lyondell Petrochemical Co. 

MAL Malllnckrodt, Inc. 

MCK MacKenzle Chemical Works. Inc. 

MER Merlchem Co. 

MIL Mllllken & Co. , Mllllken Chemical DIv. 

MLC Melamlne Chemicals. Inc. 

MNA Monsanto Agriculture Co. 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRF Morflex, Inc. 

MRK Merck & Co., Inc, 

NCC NIacot, Corp. 

NCI Union Camp Corp. . B B A DIv. 

NEP Nepera. Inc. 

NES Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 

NOD Huls America. Inc. 



See note at end of table. 



3-15 



Section 3 



Tabl« 3-3— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates: Directory of manufacturer*, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



NSC National Starch & Chemical Corp. 

CMC Olln Corp. 

ORT Roehr Chemicals, Irw. . DIv. of Aceto 

Corp. 

PAH Parish Chemical Co. 

PAS Atochem North America, Inc. 

PCW Pfister Chemical, Inc. 

PD Parke-Davis DIv. of Warner-Lambert 

Co. 

PEL Pelron Corp. 

PFZ Pfizer, Inc. , 4 Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, 

Inc. 

PHC Phthalchem, Inc. 

PLC PhHIIps 66 Co. 

PPG PPG Industries. Inc. 

PPR Phillips Puerto RIco Core, Inc. 

PPX Phillips Paraxylene, Inc. 

PSG PMC, inc. , PMC Specialty Group. Inc. 

QKO QO Chemicals. Inc. 

RAY Rayonler Chemical Products, Inc. 

RDA Rhone-Poulenc . Inc. 

REG Regis Chemical Co. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

RIL Rellly industries. Inc. 

RSA R.S.A. Corp. 

RUC Rubicon, Inc. 

S Sandoz Chemicals Corp. 

SAL Solvay Animal Health Inc. 

SC Sterling Chemicals, Inc. 

sec Standard Chlorine of Delaware. Inc. 

SCH The Schering Corp. 

SCN Schenectady Chemical, Inc. 

SCP Henkel Corp. 

SD Sterling Drug, Inc.. Sterling 

Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 



Code 



Name of company 



SDC Sandoz Chemicals Corp. 

SDW Sterling Drug. Inc. , 

Organic DIv. 

SHC Shell Chemical Co. 

SK SmKhkllne Beecham Chemicals 

SOC Chevron Corp. , Chevron Chemical Co. 

SOQ HIM Petroleum Company 

SOI Specialty Organlcs, Inc. 

SRL Q. D. Searle & Co. 

STP Stepan Co. 

STX St. Croix Petrochemical Corp. 

SUN Sun Company, Inc. 

TCC Sybron Chemicals, Inc. 

TEN Tennessee Chemical Co. 

TLC Twin Lake Chemical. Inc. 

TU Teiedyne Industries Inc. , Teledyne 

McCormIck Selph 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TRD Bristol Myers Squibb Co. 

TX Texaco Chemical Co. 

UOC Union Ofl Co. . of California 

UPF Sloss Industries 

UPJ Upjohn Co 

UPM UOP, Inc. 

USM Crown Metro, Inc. 

USR Unlroyal Chemical Co. . Inc. 

UTC Unltex Chemical Corp. 

VEL Velslcol Chemical Corp. 

VNC Vanderbllt Chemical Corp. 

VFH:: Mobay Chemical Corp. . Dyes & 

Rgments DIv. 

VST Vista Chemical Co. 

WAY OUn Hunt Specialty Products, Inc. 

WTC Wltco Corp. 

WYK Wyckoff Chemical Co. , Inc. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 4 
Dyes 

Synthetic dyes are derived in whole or in part 
from cyclic intermediates. Approximately 
two-thirds of the dyes consumed in the United 
States are used by the textile industry to dye 
natural and synthetic fibers or fabrics; about 
one-sixth is used for coloring paper; and the rest 
is used chiefly in the production of organic 
pigments and in dyeing leather and plastics. Of 
the several thousand different synthetic dyes that 
are known, more than one thousand are 
manufactured by domestic producers, collectively. 
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 cost that a 
particular use can bear. Commercial dyes are 
formulated products which are sold in a variety of 
physical forms (e.g. granular, powders, liquids, 
and pastes) containing concentrations of colorant 
ranging from 6 percent (approximately) to 100 
percent. In the statistical tables, production and 
sales quantities are expressed in terms of a 
standard strength of product (based on dyeing 
performance) and not in terms of the amount of 
actual colorant. 



Total domestic production of dyes in 1989 
amounted to 174 million kilograms, or 37 percent 
more than the 127 million kilograms produced in 
1988 (table 4-1). Sales of dyes in 1989 
amounted to 146 million kilograms, valued at 
$858 million, compared with 114 million 
kilograms, valued at $766 million, in 1988. In 
terms of quantity, sales of dyes in 1989 was 28 
percent higher, and in terms of value 12 percent 
higher. The average unit value of sales of all dyes 
in 1989 was $5.88 per kilogram, compared with 
$6.73 per kilogram in 1988. 

Production of four classes of dyes decreased in 
1989, while the remaining six major classes 
increased their production. Fiber-reactive dyes 
and flourescent brightening agents registered 
significant increases in 1989 while acid and basic 
dyes registered a noticeable declines. Changes in 
U.S. production of synthetic dyes followed overall 
changes in U.S. economic activity during 1985-89 
(see figure 4-1). 

Table 4-2 lists the products reponed in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 4-3. 

Stephen Wanser 

202-252-1363 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3363) 



Rgure 4-1 

Dyes: U.S. production. 1985-89 



Millions 

ot kilograms 



100- 



X»^ 



\ 



1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



4-1 



Section 4 



Table 4-1 

Dyas: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Q>fes Production 

1.000 
kilograms 

Grand total ^ 74. 358 

Acid dyes 

Total 5,764 

Acid yellow dyes 730 

Acid orange dyes 640 

Acid red dyes, total 1 .005 

Add Red 1 (*) 

Add Red 137 (*) 

Add Red 182 (') 

All other add red dyes (*) 

Add violet dyes 25 

Add blue dyes, total 1 ,787 

Add Blue 324 637 

All other add blue dyes 1 .150 

Add green dyes 101 

Add brown dyes 578 

Add black dyes 898 

Basic dyes (classical and modified) 

Total 5.476 

Basic yellow dyes 1 ,479 

Basic orange dyes 255 

Basic red dyes, total 762 

Basic Red 15 225 

All other basic red dyes 537 

Basic violet dyes, total 1 ,546 

Basic Violet 3 600 

All other basic violet dyes 946 

Basic blue dyes 856 

All other basic dyes 578 

Direct dyes 

Total 28,823 

Direct yellow dyes 7,374 

Direct orange dyes 395 

Direct red dyes .total 3 , 1 96 

Direct Red 254 1 .164 

All other direct red dyes 2,032 

Direct violet and green dyes 170 

See footnotes at end of table. 



Sales 




Average 


Quantity 


Value 


va/ue' 


1,000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



145,757 



6,339 



1,072 
1,106 



989 



103 

12 

250 

624 

46 

1,836 



648 

1,188 

75 

368 

847 



5,235 



1,461 
247 



741 



201 
540 



1.422 



570 
852 



837 
527 



20,949 



7.002 
506 



3,353 



1,238 
2,115 



857,554 



73.370 



10,075 
7,515 



12,871 



70,523 



14,723 
2,698 



10,854 



1,504 
9,350 



5,133 
9,879 



14,685 
12,551 



118,619 



35,602 
3,620 



23,119 



6,325 
16,794 



2,103 



$5.88 



11.57 



9.40 
6.79 



13.01 



761 


7.41 


248 


20.49 


2,485 


9.92 


9,377 


15.03 


959 


20.85 


27,874 


15.18 


9,193 


14.19 


18,681 


15.72 


1,457 


19.43 


3,970 


10.79 


8,649 


10.21 



13.47 



10.08 
10.92 



14.65 



7.49 
17.31 



9.00 
11.59 



17.54 
23.82 



5.66 



5.08 
7.15 



5.11 
7.94 



14.91 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 4-1— Continued 

Dye*: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Sales 



Qyes Production 

1.000 
kilograms 

Direct dyes— Continued 

Direct blue dyes, total 2,639 

Direct Blue 80 166 

Direct Blue 86 281 

Direct Blue 98 145 

All other direct blue dyes 2 ,047 

Direct brown dyes 116 

Direct black dyes 14,933 

Disperse dyes 

Total 12,184 

Disperse yellow dyes 843 

Disperse orange dyes, total 1 ,741 

Disperse Orange 37 162 

Disperse Orange 44 amd 44 : 1 53 

Ail other disperse orange dyes 1 ,526 

Disperse red dyes, total 2,266 

Disperse Red 73 245 

Disperse Red 167 and 167: 1 271 

Disperse Red 177 169 

All other disperse red dyes 1 .581 

Disperse violet dyes 705 

Disperse blue dyes 4,919 

Disperse biacic, brown and green dyes, total 1 ,710 

Disperse Brown 1 434 

Ail other disperse black, brown, and green dyes 1 ,276 

FIber-reactlve dyes 

Total 13,832 

Fluorescent brightening agents 

Total 60,711 

Food, drug, and cosmetic colors 

Total 3,187 

Food, drug and cosmetic dyes, totaU 3,043 

Drug and cosmetic dyes, totaP 

Mordant dyes 

Total 



Quantity 



1.000 
kilograms 



2,784 



174 

318 

125 

2,167 

139 
7.024 



10,595 
966 



135 

94 

1,148 

1,900 
188 
224 
142 

1,346 

343 
4,556 

1,453 



374 
1,079 



57.181 



1.000 
dollars 



25,134 



1,858 

2,453 

1,153 

19,670 

1,333 
27,708 



117,706 
10,074 



9,891 



884 

708 

8,299 

28,491 
1,652 
1,957 
1,754 

23,128 

4,353 
51,650 

13,247 



2,790 
10,457 



118.972 



3,187 


3,174 


53.950 


3,043 


3,033 


48.400 


144 


141 


5.550 


29 


29 


355 



Average 

Unit 

value^ 



Per 
kilogram 



$9.03 

10.69 
7.71 
9.21 
9.08 

9.59 
3.94 



11.11 
10.43 



6.55 
7,53 
7.23 

15.00 

8.78 

8.72 

12.34 

17.20 

12.69 
11.32 



7.46 
9.70 



17.00 
15.96 
39,36 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-3 



Section 4 

Table 4-1— Continued 

Dyea: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Dyes 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quar^tity 


Value 


value' 


1,000 
kilograms 


1.000 
kilograms 


1,000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



Solvent dyea 

Total 5,539 

Solvent yellow dyes 765 

Solvent orange dyes 1 66 

Solvent red dyes 1 ,415 

Solvent blue dyes 1 ,860 

All other solvent dyes 1 ,333 

Vat dyea 

Total 16,714 

Vat Yellow dyes 2 

Vat orange dyes 65 

Vat red dyes 185 

Vat violet dyes 1 07 

Vat blue dyes 15,839 

Vat green dyes 1 97 

Vat brown dyes 1 20 

Vat black dyes 199 

All other dyea 

Total* 22,099 



3.985 



44,805 



$11.24 



562 


9.993 


17.78 


175 


3,125 


17.86 


1,447 


15,082 


10.42 


516 


7,593 


14.72 


1,285 


9,012 


7.01 



4.72 



14 


628 


44.86 


89 


1,692 


19.01 


298 


7,944 


26.66 


114 


1,790 


15.70 


15,285 


54,646 


3.58 


219 


2,448 


11.18 


359 


4,868 


13.56 


321 


4,845 


15.09 



11,751 



60,606 



5.16 



' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

' Reported data were accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 

' The data Include external drug emd cosmetic dyes. 

* The data Include azo\c compositions, azoic coupling components, azoic diazo components (bases and salts), 
sulfur dyes, and miscellaneous dyes. Statistics for those groups of dyes may not be published separately because 
publication would disclose Information received In confidence. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



4-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 4-2 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported, Identified by menufacturer. 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Add dyee Y«« 

Acid yellow dyes: Yes 

Acid Yellow 3 No 

Add Yellow 17 No 

Acid Yellow 19 No 

Acid Yellow 23 No 

Add Yellow 34 No 

Add Yellow 36 No 

Add Yellow 49 No 

Add Yellow 59 No 

Add Yellow 65 No 

Add Yellow 73 No 

Add Yellow 99 No 

Add Yellow 129 No 

Add Yellow 135 No 

Add Yellow 137 No 

Add Yellow 151 No 

Acid Yellow 1 59 No 

Acid Yellow 174 No 

Add Yellow 198 No 

Add YeUow 200 No 

Add Yellow 219 No 

Add Yellow 226 No 

Add Yellow 239 No 

All other acid yellow dyes No 

Add orange dyes: Yes 

Add Orange 7 No 

Add Orange 8 No 

Add Orange 10 No 

Add Orange 24 No 

Add Orange 60 No 

Add Orange 64 No 

Add Orange 89 No 

Add Orange 116 No 

Add Orange 1 28 No 

Add Orange 1 52 No 

Add Orange 1 56 No 

Add Orange 161 No 

Add red dyes: Yes 

Add Red 1 Yes 

Add Red 4 No 

Add Red 14 No 

Add Red 33 No 

Add Red 57 No 

Add Red 73 No 

Add Red 87 No 

Add Red 97 No 

Add Red 119 No 

Add Red 1 37 Yes 

Add Red 151 No 

Add Red 174 No 

Add Red 1 82 Yes 

Add Red 1 86 No 

Add Red 226 No 

Add Red 266 No 

Add Red 278 No 

Add Red 296 No 

Add Red 299 No 

Add Red 337 No 

Add Red 364 No 

Add Red 384 No 

Add Red 388 No 

Add Red 396 No 

Add Red 410 No 



BAS. 

ATU. CK. HIL. 

CK. 

BAS, CK. HIL. LVR. 

ATL. 

ATL. 

ATL. CK. 

BAS. CK. 

ATL. 

HIL. 

CK. 

CQY. 

ICI. 

CK. 

CQY, CK. 

CK. 

FAB. 

CK. 

CK. 

CGY, CK. 

BAS. 

DQO. 

CK. 

BAS. CK. 

ATL, BAS, CQY, CK. 

ATL, CK. 

CK, FAB. 

CQY, CK. 

ATL. 

BAS. 

CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

CQY, CK. 

ATL. 

ATL, BAS, CQY, CK. FAB. 

ATL. 

ATL. BAS. 

FAB. 

CK. 

ATL, PSC, S. 

HIL. 

ATL. 

CK. 

ATL, BAS. CK, LVR. 

CK. 

CGY. 

CQY, CK, VPC. 

CQY. 

BAS. 

CK. 

CK. 

BAS. 

CK. 

ATL. CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

ICI. 

ATL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-5 



Section 4 

Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Add dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Acid red dyes— Continued Yes 

Add Red 418 No 

Add Red 419 No 

All other add red dyes Yes 

Add violet dyes: Yes 

Acid Violet 3 No 

Acid Violet 7 No 

Add Violet 12 No 

Add VIdet 17 No 

Add Violet 49 No 

Add blue dyes: Yes 

Add Blue 9 No 

Acid Blue 15 No 

Acid Blue 25 No 

Add Blue 40 No 

Add Blue 41 No 

Acid Blue 62 No 

Add Blue 67 No 

Add Blue 92 No 

Add Blue 113 No 

Acid Blue 118 No 

Add Blue 145 No 

Add Blue 231 No 

Add Blue 281 No 

Add Blue 283 No 

Add Blue 298 No 

Add Blue 321 ,[[[ No 

Add Blue 324 [[[ Yes 

Add Blue 330 [[[ No 

All other add blue dyes ] No 

Acid green dyes: Yes 

Add Green 1 No 

Add Green 5 No 

Add Green 16 No 

Acid Green 20 No 

Acid Green 25 [ ' No 

Add Green 70 No 

All other add green dyes , ,[[ No 

Add brown dyes: Yes 

Add Brown 14 Mq 

Acid Brown 19 No 

Acid Brown 50 No 

Acid Brown 97 fjQ 

Add Brown 147 No 

Add Brown 1 59 No 

Add Brown 160 No 

Add Brown 161 HJq 

Acid Brown 1 65 ^^^ 

Add Brown 188 No 

Add Brown 1 89 No 

Add Brown 227 j^^ 

Add Brown 239 1^1^ 

Acid Brown 264 ^n 

Add Brown 439 No 

All other add brown dyes No 

Add black dyes: Yab 

Add Black 1 J.„ 

Add Black 2 \\Z 

Add Black 52 . . \^° 

Add Black 60 . . V,° 

Add Black 63 ^° 



CK. 
CK. 
ATL, BAS. CK. 

FAB. 

ATL. FAB. 
CGY. 
HIL. 
HIL. 

BAS. CK, HIL, LVR. 

BAS. 

VPC. 

CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

BAS. 

FAB. 

CK. 

ATL. 

ATL. CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

S. 

CK. 

ATL. 

CK, S. VPC. 

ATL. 

CK. 

LVR. 

WJ. 

FAB, LVR. 

ATL. 

ATL. CK. 

CGY. 

CK, FAB. 

CK, LVR. 

CK. 

BAS. 

BAS. FAB. 

CK. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

CK. 

CK. 

BAS. 

CK. 

BAS. 

CK. 

CK. 

CK. LVR. 
ATL, LVR. 
CK. S. 
CK. 
BAS. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list in table 4-3) 



Acid dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Acid black dyes— Continued Yes 

Acid Black 92 No 

Add Black 107 No 

Add Black 172 No 

Add Black 194 No 

Add Black 210 No 

All other add black dyes No 

Azoic dyes and components: No 

Azoic compositions: No 

Azoic yellow compositions: No 

Azoic Yellow 1 No 

Azoic orange compositions: No 

Azoic Orange 3 No 

Azoic red compositions: No 

Azoic Red 1 No 

Azoic Red 2 No 

Azoic Red 6 No 

All other azoic red compositions No 

Azoic violet compositions: No 

Azoic Violet 1 No 

All other azo\c violet compositions No 

Azoic blue compositions: No 

Azoic Blue 3 No 

Azoic brown compositions: No 

Azoic Brown 9 No 

Azoic black compositions: No 

Azoic Black 4 No 

All other azoic black compositions No 

Azoic diazo components, bases: No 

Azoic Diazo Component 5, base No 

Azoic Diazo Component 13. base No 

Azoic Diazo Component 14, base No 

Azoic Diazo Component 32, base No 

All other azoic diazo components, base No 

Azoic diazo components, salts: No 

Azoic Diazo Component 1 , salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 3, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 5, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 8, salt No 

Azoic DImo Component 9, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 10, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 12, salt No 

Azoic DI2LZ0 Component 13, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 14, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 20, salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 32 , salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 34. satt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 41 , salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 42 , salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 44. salt No 

Azoic Diazo Component 48, salt No 

All other azoic diazo components, salt No 

Azoic coupling components: No 

Azoic Coupling Component 2 No 

Azoic Coupling Component 3 No 

Azoic Coupling Component 4 No 

Azoic Coupling Component 7 No 

Azoic Coupling Component 12 No 

Azoic Coupling Component 14 No 

Azoic Coupling Component 17 No 



FAB, 

CK. 

CK, ICI. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

BAS. 



sue. 

BUC. 

BUG. 
BUC. 
BUC. 
ALL, BUC. 



BUC. 
BUC. 



BUC, 



BUC, 
BUC. 

ALL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 

ALL, BUC. 
ALL, BUC. 
ALL. BUC. 
ALL, BUC. 
ALL. BUC. 
ALL, BUC. 
ALL. BUC. 
ALL. BUC. 
ALL. 
ATL. 
ATL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 
ATL. 
ALL. 

ALL. 
PCW. 
ALL. 
PCW. 
ALL. 
ALL. 
ALL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-7 



Section 4 

Tabl« 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Azoic dyes and components— Continued 



No 



Azoic coupling components— Continued No 

Azoic Coupling Component 18 

Azoic Coupling Component 20 

Azoic Coupling Component 21 

Azoic Coupling Component 29 

Azoic Coupling Component 34 

Azoic Coupling Component 35 

Azoic Coupling Component 43 

Ail other azoic coupling components 

Basic dyes (classical and modified) : 
Basic yellow dyes: 

Basic Yellow 11 

Basic Yellow 13 

Basic Yellow 15 

Basic Yellow 28 

Basic Yellow 29 

Basic Yellow 53 

Basic Yellow 58 

Basic Yellow 65 

Basic Yellow 78 

Basic Yellow 79 

Basic Yellow 83 

Basic Yellow 94 

Basic Yellow 96 

Basic Yellow 98 

All other basic yellow dyes 

Basic orange dyes: 

Basic Orange 1 

Basic Orange 2 

Basic Orange 21 

Basic Oreuige 26 

All other basic orange dyes 

Basic red dyes: 

Basic Red 1 

Basic Red 12 

Basic Rod 14 

Basic Red 15 

Basic Red 17 

Basic Red 22 

Basic Red 29 

Basic Red 46 

Basic Red 49 

Basic Red 54 

Basic Red 73 

Basic Red 104 

Basic Red 111 

Ail other basic red dyes [[[ 

Basic violet dyes: 

Basic Violet 1 

Basic Violet 3 

Basic Violet 4 [[ 

Basic Violet 10 

Basic Violet 11 

Basic Violet 16 

Basic Violet 35 

Ail other basic violet dyes 

Basic blue dyes: 

Basic Blue 1 

Basic Blue 3 

Basic Blue 4 



See footnotes at end of table. 



No 


ALL. 


No 


PCW. 


No 


PCW. 


No 


PCW. 


No 


ALL. 


No 


PCW. 


No 


ALL. 


No 


PCW. 


Yes 




Yes 




No 


ATL, CK. 


No 


ATL. 


No 


CK. 


No 


BAS. VPC. 


. No 


BAS. 


No 


CK. 


. No 


VPC. 


. No 


BAS. 


. No 


BAS. 


. No 


CK. 


, No 


CK. 


. No 


S. 


. No 


BAS. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


ALL,(») 


Yes 




No 


ATL. BAS, CK. 


No 


BAS, CK, PSC 


No 


ATL, VPC. 


No 


CK. 


No 


ATL,n 


Yes 




No 


BAS. 


No 


ATL. VPC. 


No 


BAS, CK. 


Yes 


ATL, BAS, CK. 


No 


CK. 


No 


CK. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


CK. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


CK. 


No 


CK. 


No 


S. 


No 


BAS, (2) 


Yes 




No 


BAS, DSC. 


Yes 


BAS, CK, DSC. 


No 


BAS, DSC. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


ATL, CK, VPC. 


No 


BAS. 


No 


BAS.C) 


Yes 




No 


BAS. 


No 


BAS, CK. 


No 


BAS. 



4-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 



Table 4-2— Contlnuad 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer. 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Basic dyes (classical and modf led)— Continued Yes 

Basic blue dyes— Continued Yes 

Basic Blue 7 lv)o 

Basic Blue 21 No 

Basic Blue 41 No 

Basic Blue 54 No 

Basic Blue 60 |s(o 

Basic Blue 77 No 

Basic Blue 94 and 94: 1 No 

Basic Blue 140 No 

Basic Blue 1 52 No 

All other basic blue dyes No 

All other basic blue dyes, modified No 

Basic green dyes: f^g 

Basic Green 4 Hjg 

All other basic green dyes [[[ Ng 

Basic brown dyes: jg^ 

Basic Brown 2 ig^ 

Basic Brown 4 No 

All other basic brown dyes No 

Ail other basic brown dyes, modified No 

Basic black dyes: No 

Ail other basic black dyes No 

Ail other basic black dyes, modified ... No 

Direct dyes: Yes 

Direct yellow dyes: y-. 

Direct Yellow 4 No 

Direct Yellow 5 No 

Direct Yellow 6 No 

Direct Yellow 11 No 

Direct Yellow 34 No 

Direct Yellow 44 No 

Direct Yellow 50 No 

Direct Yellow 51 No 

Direct Yellow 105 No 

Direct Yellow 106 No 

Direct Yellow 107 No 

Direct Yellow 118 No 

Direct Yellow 119 No 

Direct Yellow 127 No 

Direct Yellow 131 No 

Direct Yellow 132 No 

Direct Yellow 133 No 

Direct Yellow 137 No 

Direct Yellow 147 No 

Direct Yellow 148 No 

Direct Yellow 154 No 

Direct Yellow 166 ........'. nq 

All other direct yellow dyes No 

Direct orange dyes: Yes 

Direct Orange 15 No 

Direct Orange 26 No 

Direct Orange 39 No 

Direct Orange 72 No 

Direct Orange 80 No 

Direct Orange 102 Jl 

Direct Orange 118 No 

Ail other direct orange dyes Mr. 

Direct red dyes: y 

Direct Red 9 . . /,®' 

Direct Red 16 .... \:° 

No 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



DSC. 

CK. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

CK. 

CK. 

VPC. 

BAS. 

BAS,(») 

CK. 

BAS. 
BAS.(') 

PSC. 

BAS, PSC. 
BAS. 
CGY. 

BAS,(>) 
BAS. 



CGY, CK, LVR, VPC. 
VPC. 



BAS 

BAS 

VPC 

BAS 

CK. 

CK. 

CGY. 

S. 

CGY, CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

VPC. 

BAS. CGY. CK, VPC. 

VPC. 

S. 

S. 

VPC. 

BAS, VPC. 

S. 

VPC. 

CGY. 

ATL, BAS, CK. 

BAS, CGY, VPC. 

CK, 

CK, FAB. 

CK. 

ATL. 

ATL. BAS, CGY. VPC. 

S. 

ATL. BAS. 

CK. 

ATL. CGY. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-9 



Section 4 

Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 19B9 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Direct dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Direct red dyes— Continued Yes 

Direct Red 24 No 

Direct Red 26 No 

Direct Red 72 No 

Direct Red 73 No 

Direct Red 80 No 

Direct Red 81 No 

Direct Red 83 No 

Direct Red 224 No 

Direct Red 236 No 

Direct Red 238 No 

Direct Red 239 No 

Direct Red 243 No 

Direct Red 254 Yes 

All other direct red dyes Yes 

Direct violet dyes: No 

Direct Violet 9 No 

Direct Violet 66 No 

Direct Violet 99 No 

Direct Violet 195 No 

All other direct violet dyes No 

Direct blue dyes; Yes 

Direct Blue 15 No 

Direct Blue 25 No 

Direct Blue 75 No 

Direct Blue 76 No 

Direct Blue 80 Yes 

Direct Blue 86 Yes 

Direct Blue 98 Yes 

Direct Blue 1 00 No 

Direct Blue 1 08 No 

Direct Blue 120, 120:1. 120:2. and 120:3 No 

Direct Blue 160 No 

Direct Blue 1 89 No 

Direct Blue 191 No 

Direct Blue 1 99 No 

Direct Blue 218 No 

Direct Blue 261 No 

Direct Blue 269 No 

Direct Blue 279 No 

Direct Blue 281 No 

Direct Blue 283 No 

Direct Blue 285 No 

Direct Blue 286 No 

Direct Blue 290 No 

Ail other direct blue dyes Yes 

Direct green dyes: No 

Direct Green 92 No 

Ail other direct green dyes No 

Direct brown dyes: Yes 

Direct Brown 44 No 

Direct Brown 1 54 No 

Direct Brown 230 No 

Direct Brown 231 No 

Direct Brown 232 No 

Direct Brown 238 No 

Ail other direct brown dyes No 

Direct black dyes: Yes 

Direct Black 22 No 

Direct Black 80 No 

Direct Black 163 No 



ATL, FAB. 




ATL. 




CQY, CK. 




ATL. 




ATL. CK. 




ATL. CGY. CK. FAB. LVR. 


VPC, 


ATL. CK. FAB. 




CGY, CK. 




BAS, VPC. 




VPC. 




BAS, CGY, CK, S. 




CK. 




BAS, CGY, CK, VPC. 




ATL, BAS, CK, VPC. 




ATL, CGY. 




ATL. 




VPC. 




CK. 




BAS. 




VPC. 




ATL. 




CK, S. 




CK. 




ATL, CGY, CK, FAB. 




CGY. CK. S. VPC. 




ATL. CK. FAB. 




FAB. 




ATL. 




FAB. 




CK. 




CK. 




CK. 




BAS, CGY, VPC. 




CGY, CK, FAB, VPC. 




S. 




VPC. 




VPC. 




CGY. 




ATL, CK. 




ATL. 




ATL. 




CGY. 




ATL, BAS. FAB. VPC. 




ATL. 




FAB. 




FAB. 




CGY. 




ATL. 




ATL. 




ATL. 




ATL. 




BAS. FAB, VPC. 




ATL, CGY, CK. FAB. 




ATL. CK. FAB. 




S. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



4-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 



Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Direct dyes— Continued Yea 

Direct black dyes- Continued Yes 

Direct Blacl( 165 No 

Direct Black 170 No 

Direct Black 179 No 

Ail other direct black dyes No 

Disperse dyes: Yes 

Disperse yellow dyes: Yes 

Disperse Yellow 3 No 

Disperse Yellow 23 No 

Disperse Yellow 42 No 

Disperse Yellow 54 No 

Disperse Yellow 64 No 

Disperse Yellow 77 No 

Disperse Yellow 86 No 

Disperse Yellow 88 No 

Disperse Yellow 1 08 No 

Disperse Yellow 114 No 

Disperse Yellow 126 No 

Disperse Yellow 1 98 No 

Disperse Yellow 219 No 

Disperse Yellow 238 No 

Disperse Yellow 239 No 

All other disperse yellow dyes No 

Disperse orange dyes: Yes 

Disperse Orange 3 No 

Disperse Oramge 5 No 

Disperse Orange 25 and 25:1 No 

Disperse Orange 29 No 

Disperse Orange 30 No 

Disperse Orange 37 Yes 

Disperse Orange 41 No 

Disperse Orange 44 and 44: 1 Yes 

Disperse Orange 73 No 

Disperse Orsmge 89 No 

Disperse Orange 94 No 

Disperse Orange 1 38 No 

Disperse Orange 1 53 No 

All other disperse orange dyes No 

Disperse red dyes: Yes 

Disperse Red 1 No 

Disperse Red 5 No 

Disperse Red 13 No 

Disperse Red 17 No 

Disperse Red 30 No 

Disperse Red 50 No 

Disperse Red 55 No 

Disperse Red 60 No 

Disperse Red 65 No 

Disperse Red 73 Yes 

Disperse Red 74 No 

Disperse Red 88 No 

Disperse Red 91 No 

Disperse Red 117 No 

Disperse Red 135 No 

Disperse Red 1 36 No 

Disperse Red 1 37 No 

Disperse Red 145 No 

Disperse Red 153 No 

Disperse Red 159 No 



ATL. 

ATL. 

CK. 

ATL, BAS, CK, FAB. VPC. 



CGY, CK. 

ATL. CK. 

CGY, CK, S. 

BAS. 

BAS, HCL. 

VPC. 

CGY. EKT. 

EKT. 

CGY. EKT. 

HCL. 

ICI. 

BAS. 

S. 

CK. 

CK. 

BAS. ICI. VPC. 

ATL, CK. 

ATL. 

ATL. CK. ICI. 

CK. 

ATL. BUC. CGY. CK. S. SDC. 

ATL. CK, EKT. 

CGY, CK, S. 

ATL. CGY. CK. SDC. 

BAS. 

CK. 

S. 

EKT. 

CK. 

CK. 

ATL. CK. 

ATL. CK. 

ATL. 

ATL, CK. 

EKT. 

CK. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

CK. 

ATL, CK. S. 

S. 

EKT. 

BAS. 

EKT. 

CK. 

EKT. 

EKT. 

CK. 

CK. FAB. S. 

VPC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-11 



Section 4 

Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list in table 4-3) 



Disperse dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Disperse red dyes— Continued Yes 

Disperse Red 167 and 167:1 Yes 

Disperse Red 1 77 Yes 

Disperse Red 1 79 No 

Disperse Red 263 No 

Disperse Red 273 No 

Disperse Red 274 No 

Disperse Red 278 No 

Disperse Red 311 No 

Disperse Red 313 No 

Disperse Red 316 No 

Disperse Red 325 No 

Disperse Red 333 No 

Disperse Red 338 No 

Disperse Red 339 No 

Disperse Red 340 No 

Disperse Red 345 No 

Disperse Red 358 No 

Ail other disperse red dyes Yes 

Disperse violet dyes: Yes 

Disperse Violet 1 No 

Disperse Violet 17 No 

Disperse Violet 28 No 

Disperse Violet 33 No 

Disperse Violet 36 No 

Disperse Violet 48 No 

Disperse Violet 60 No 

Disperse Violet 91 No 

All other disperse violet dyes No 

Disperse blue dyes: Yes 

Disperse Blue 3 No 

Disperse Blue 7 No 

Disperse Blue 14 No 

Disperse Blue 27 No 

Disperse Blue 60 No 

Disperse Blue 62 No 

Disperse Blue 64 No 

Disperse Blue 73 No 

Disperse Blue 77 No 

Disperse Blue 79 No 

Disperse Blue 81 No 

Disperse Blue 95 No 

Disperse Blue 1 02 No 

Disperse Blue 1 06 No 

Disperse Blue 118 No 

Disperse Blue 122 No 

Disperse Blue 148 No 

Disperse Blue 165 No 

Disperse Blue 183 No 

Disperse Blue 200 No 

Disperse Blue 281 No 

Disperse Blue 284 No 

Disperse Blue 291 No 

Disperse Blue 317 No 

Disperse Blue 333 No 

Disperse Blue 337 No 

Disperse Blue 359 [ , , [ No 

All other disperse blue dyes No 

Disperse green dyes: 

Disperse Green 9 No 

Disperse brown dyes: 

Disperse Brown 1 Yes 



ATL. CGY, CK, S. 

CK, ICi, S. 

BAS, CK, S. 

BAS. 

S. 

CK, S. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

S. 

S. 

CK. 

S. 

EKT. 

CGY, EKT. 

EKT. 

CK. 

HCL. 

BAS, CK, SDC. 

CK. 

CK. 

CK. 

ICI. S. 

S. 

HCL. 

S. 

CGY. 

CK, SDC. 

CGY, CK, EKT, FAB. 

CGY. 

CK. 

CGY, EKT. 

BAS, CGY. 

EKT. 

EKT. 

S. 

CGY. 

BAS, BUC, CGY, HCL, ICi. 

S. 

HCL. 

CK, EKT. 

CK. 

EKT. 

ICI. 

BAS. 

CGY, HCL. 

ATL, S. 

ICi. 

S. 

ICI. 

CK, S. 

CK. 

HCL. 

EKT. 

CK. 

ATL, BAS, BUC, HCL, ICI. 

ICI. 

ATL, BUC, CK, S. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-12 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 



Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Disperse dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Disperse brown dyes— Continued 

Disperse Brown 18 No 

Disperse Brown 22 No 

Disperse Brown 26 No 

Disperse Brown 27 No 

Disperse black dyes: 

Disperse Black 1 No 

Disperse Black 9 No 

Disperse Black 33 No 

All other disperse black dyes No 

FIber-reactlve dyes; Yes 

Reactive yellow dyes: Yes 

Reactive Yellow 7 No 

Reactive Yellow 15 No 

Reactive Yellow 17 No 

Reactive Yellow 18 No 

Reactive Yellow 37 No 

Reactive Yellow 42 No 

Reactive Yellow 86 No 

Reactive Yellow 1 25 No 

Reactive Yellow 135 No 

Reactive Yellow 160 No 

All other reactive yellow dyes No 

Reactive orange dyes: No 

Reactive Orange 1 No 

Reactive Oreinge 4 No 

Reactive Orange 12 No 

Reactive Orange 13 No 

Reactive Orange 16 No 

Reactive Orange 20 No 

Reactive Orange 72 No 

Reactive Orange 78 No 

Reactive Orange 84 No 

Reactive Orange 86 No 

All other reactive orange dyes No 

Reactive red dyes: No 

Reactive Red 2 No 

Reactive Red 8 No 

Reactive Red 11 No 

Reactive Red 21 No 

Reactive Red 31 No 

Reactive Red 33 No 

Reactive Red 35 No 

Reactive Red 43 No 

Reactive Red 49 No 

Reactive Red 94 No 

Reactive Red 1 20 No 

Reactive Red 141 No 

Reactive Red 147 No 

Reactive Red 1 80 No 

Reactive Red 1 98 No 

All other reactive red dyes No 

Reactive violet dyes: No 

Reactive Violet 1 No 

Reactive Violet 5 No 

Reactive violet 33 No 

All other reactive violet dyes No 

Reactive blue dyes: 

Reactive Blue 3 No 

Reactive Blue 4 No 



S. 

EKT. 
CK. 
CK. 

CQY. 

ATL. CQY. CK. EKT. FAB. 

CQY. 

BAS. SDC. 



ICI. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

ICI. 

S. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

ATL. CK. HCL. 

CK. 

CK. 

HCL. 

ICI. 

CK. ICI. 

HCL. 

CK. ICI. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

CK. ICI. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

CK. ICI. 

ICI. 

S. 

ATL. HCL. 

ATL. 

ATL. HCL. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

S. 

CQY. HCL, ICI. 

ICI. 
CK. ICI. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-13 



Section 4 

Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Iderttlflcatlon codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Rber-reactlve dyes— Continued 



Yet 



Reactive blue dyes— Continued No 

Reactive Blue 5 No 

Reactive Blue 7 No 

Reactive Blue 13 No 

Reactive Blue 19 No 

Reactive Blue 21 No 

Reactive Blue 38 No 

Reactive Blue 41 No 

Reactive Blue 50 No 

Reactive Blue 71 No 

Reactive Blue 89 No 

Reactive Blue 1 74 No 

Reactive Blue 199 No 

Reactive Blue 203 No 

All other reactive blue dyes No 

Reactive green dyes: 

Reactive Green 19 No 

Reactive brown dyes: 

Reactive Brown 1 No 

Reactive Brown 17 No 

Reactive Brown 18 No 

All other reactive brown dyes No 

Reactive black dyes: 

Reactive Black 5 Yes 

Reactive Black 9 No 

All other reactive black dyes No 

Fluorescent brlghteners: Yes 

Fluorescent Brightener 6 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 22 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 28 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 46 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 49 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 52 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 61 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 71 [[ No 

Fluorescent Brightener 102 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 128 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 130 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 1 34 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 205 No 

Fluorescent Brightener 220 No 

Flourescent Brightener 235 No 

All other fluorescent brlghteners [ , No 

Food, drug, and cosmetic colors: Yes 

Food, drug, and cosmetic dyes: Yes 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Blue 1 No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Blue 2 No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Green 3 No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Red 3 No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Red 4 No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Red 40 No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Yellow 5 ............. No 

Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Yellow 6 No 

Drug and cosmetic dyes: Yes 

Drug and Cosmetic Green 5 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Green 8 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Orange 5 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 6 No 



ICI. 

CGY, CK. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

S. 

CGY. 

ICI. 

HCL, ICI. 

ICI. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

HCL. ICI. 

ICI. 

ICI. 
ICI. 
HCL. 
HCL. 

ATL, CK, HCL. 

ICI. 

HCL. 

VPC. 

CGY. 

CGY, VPC. 

CGY. 

S. 

S. 

BAS. 

CGY, VPC. 

CGY. 

HIL. 

BAS. 

CGY. 

VPC. 

S. 

S. 

CGY. S, VPC,(») 



HIL, WJ. 

HIL, WJ. 

WJ. 

HIL, STG, WJ. 

CK. 

HIL. STG, WJ. 

HIL, STG, WJ. 

CK, HIL, STG, WJ. 

CK. 

HIL. 
SNA. 
HIL, SNA. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-14 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



TabI* 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 

statistics' 



Mar)ufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In tattle 4-3) 



Food, drug and cosmetic colors — Continued 



Yes 



Drug and cosmetic dyes— Continued Yes 

Drug 2ind Cosmetic Red 7 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 17 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 21 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 27 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 30 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 33 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Red 34 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Yellow 5 No 

Drug and Cosmetic Yellow 10 No 

Drug and cosmetic dyes, external: No 

Extemal Drug and Cosmetic Orange 3 No 

Mordant dyes: Yes 

Mordant yellow dyes: No 

Mordant Yellow 20 No 

Mordant orange dyes: No 

Mordant Orainge 1 No 

Mord2mt Orange 6 No 

All other mordant orange dyes No 

Mordant brown dyes: No 

Mordant Brown 1 No 

Mordant Brown 18 No 

MordzuTt Brown 33 No 

Mordant Brown 70 No 

Solvent dyes: Yet 

Solvent yellow dyes: Yet 

Solvent Yellow 3 No 

Solvent Yellow 13 No 

Solvent Yellow 14 No 

Solvent Yellow 16 No 

Solvent Yellow 18 No 

Solvent Yellow 33 No 

Solvent Yellow 40 No 

Solvent Yellow 42 No 

Solvent Yellow 43 No 

Solvent Yellow 47 No 

Solvent Yellow 56 No 

Solvent Yellow 72 No 

Solvent Yellow 94 No 

Solvent Yellow 107 No 

Solvent Yellow 131 No 

Solvent Yellow 135 No 

Solvent Yellow 143 No 

Solvent Yellow 160 No 

Solvent Yellow 161 No 

Solvent Yellow 1 67 No 

All other solvent yellow dyes No 

Solvent orange dyes: Yes 

Solvent Orange 2 No 

Solvent Orange 3 No 

Solvent Orange 7 No 

Solvent Orange 20 No 

Solvent Orange 23 No 

Solvent Orange 25 No 

Solvent Orange 31 No 

Solvent Orange 60 No 

Solvent Orange 77 No 



HIL, SNA. 

WJ. 

SNA. 

HIL. 

SNA. 

CK, SNA. 

SNA. 

WJ. 

CK, HIL, WJ. 

CK. 



FAB. 



FAB. 




ATL. 


FAB. 


FAB. 




FAB. 




FAB. 




FAB. 




FAB. 




PSC. 




BAS. 


FAB. 


ATL, 


PSC. 


PSC. 




ATL. 




BAS, 


MRT. 


CK. 




ATL. 


CK. 


DGO 


, HCL, MRT. 


(»). 




PSC. 




CIC, 


FAB, PSC. 


HIL. 




MRT. 




DOG 




(») 




MRT. 




(*) 




MRT. 




CIC. 




ATL, 


MIL, MRT,(*) 


PSC. 




BAS, 


PSC. 


ATL, 


PSC. 


BAS, 


FAB. 


CK. 




ATL. 




PSC. 




CIC. 




MRT. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



4-15 



Section 4 

Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Solvent dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Solvent orange dyes— Continued Yes 

Solvent Orange 97 No 

All other solvent orange dyes No 

Solvent red dyes: Yes 

Solvent Red 1 No 

Solvent Red 23 No 

Solvent Red 24 No 

Solvent Red 26 No 

Solvent Red 27 No 

Solvent Red 49 No 

Solvent Red 68 No 

Solvent Red 74 No 

Solvent Red 111 No 

Solvent Red 164 No 

Solvent Red 166 No 

Solvent Red 1 68 No 

Solvent Red 169 No 

Solvent Red 1 75 No 

Solvent Red 207 No 

Solvent Red 208 No 

Solvent Red 222 No 

All other solvent red dyes No 

Solvent violet dyes: No 

Solvent Violet 8 No 

Solvent violet 11 No 

Solvent Violet 13 No 

Solvent Violet 14 No 

Solvent Violet 38 No 

All other solvent violet dyes No 

Solvent blue dyes: Yes 

Solvent Blue 3 No 

Solvent Blue 5 No 

Solvent Blue 23 No 

Solvent Blue 35 No 

Solvent Blue 36 No 

Solvent Blue 38 No 

Solvent Blue 43 No 

Solvent Blue 58 No 

Solvent Blue 59 No 

Solvent Blue 98 No 

Solvent Blue 99 No 

Solvent Blue 1 00 No 

Solvent Blue 101 No 

Solvent Blue 102 No 

Solvent Blue 129 No 

All other solvent blue dyes No 

Solvent green dyes: No 

Solvent Green 3 No 

Solvent brown dyes: 

Solvent Brown 12 No 

Solvent Brovm 20 No 

Solvent Brown 22 No 

So^ent Brown 52 No 

Solvent black dyes: Nq 

Solvent Black 5 j^g 

Solvent Black 7 No 

Solvent Black 13 No 

Solvent Black 26 No 

Solvent Black 46 No 

Solvent Black 47 Np 

Solvent Black 49 No 



MRT. 
MRT. 

PSC. 

PSC. 

ATL. PSC. 

PSC. 

PSC. 

BAS 

ATL, CK, MRT. 

ATL. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

CIC. 

CIC. MIL. PSC. 

BAS, DSC. 

CK. 

CK, DSC, MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MIL. 

PSQ. 

DSC. 

BAS. 

MRT. 

MAT. 

ATL, TNI. 

ATL. 

VPC. 

MRT. VPC. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MIL. 

CK, MRT. 

PSC. 
ATL. 
PSC. 
MRT. 

LVR. 

BAS, OCC, PSC. 

ATL, CK. 

ATL, FAB. 

MRT. 

MRT. 

MRT. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



4-16 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 
Tabl« 4-2— ContlnuAd 
Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer. 1989 



n Separate Manufacturers' Identification coaes 

^ statistics' (according to list In table 4-3) 



Leuco Sulfur Black 11, 11:1 



Vat Orange 2.12% 
Vat Orange 7, 11% 
Vat Orange 9, 12% 
Vat red dyes: 
Vat Red 1, 13% . .. 
Vat Red 10, 18% . . 
Vat Red 13. 11% . . 



See footnotes at end of table. 



Sulfur dyes: f^g 

Sulfur yellow dyes: isjo 

Leuco Sulfur Yellow 22 No SDC 

All other sulfur yellow dyes . . . No SDC 

Sulfur orange dyes: No 

All other sulfur orange dyes No SDC 

Sulfur red dyes: No 

Leuco Sulfur Red 14 No «:n(- 

Sulfur Red 10 ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! .' ! ! ! ! ! ! No sdc 

Sulfur blue dyes: No 

Leuco Sulfur Blue 7 No S SDC 

Leuco Sulfur Blue 11 No SDC 

Sulfur green dyes: No 

Leuco Sulfur Green 2 No SDC 

Leuco Sulfur Green 16 No SDC 

Leuco Sulfur Green 34 No SDC 

Leuco Sulfur Green 35 No SDC 

Leuco Sulfur Green 36 No SDC 

Sulfur brown dyes: No 

Leuco Sulfur Brown 1,1:1 No SDC 

Leuco Sulfur Brown 3 No 

Leuco Sulfur Brown 37 No 

Leuco Sulfur Brown 52 No 

Sulfur brown dyes: No 

Leuco Sulfur Brown 96 No 

All other sulfur brown dyes No 

Sulfur black dyes: No 

Leuco Sulfur Black 1 No 

Leuco Sulfur Black 2 No 



SDC. 
SDC. 
No SDC. 

S. 

SDC. 



SDC. 

SDC. 

No SDC . 



SDC. 



Leuco Sulfur Black 18 No 

Solublllzed Sulfur Black 2 Nn c en/- 

Sulfur Black 1 ^° ?• SDC 

Sulfur Black 11, 11:1 ^° ?"" 

Vat dyes: ^° SDC. 

Vat yellow dyes: Ye« 

Vat Yellow 2. 8-1/2% No brr 

Vat Yellow 33, 15% ^o rrv 

Vat orange dyes: Y° ^°^ 

Vat Orange 1,20% No CGY. SDC. 



No BAS. 

No HCL. 

No BAS. 

Yes 

No BAS. 

No BAS, CGY. 

No CGY. 



Vat Red 15. 10% ^ 

All other vat red dyes ... . Zl \1?., 

Vat violet dyes: ^° ^^^L. 

Vat Violet 1, 11% 7," 

Vat Violet 13. 6-1/4% . . . i i J^° ^RR. CGY. 

Vat blue dyes: ^° ^AS, SDC. 

Vat Blue 1 . 20% J^®' „„^ 

Vat Blue 6. 8-1/3% ^° ^^'^' ^SC. 

Vat Blue 16. 16% ^ BAS, CGY. 

Vat Blue 18.13% ^° ^^S. BUC. CGY. 

Vat Blue 19 ?^° CGY. 

Vat Blue 20, 14% \*° ^*S. 

Vat Blue 29 ^° S""' CGY. SDC. 

No BAS. 



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Section 4 

Table 4-2— Continued 

Dyes for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Dyes 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 4-3) 



Vat dyes— Continued 



Yes 



Vat blue dyes— Continued Yes 

Vat Blue 43 No 

Vat Blue 66 No 

Vat green dyes; Yes 

Vat Green 1.6% No 

Vat Green 3. 10% Yes 

Vat Green 7 No 

All other vat green dyes No 

Vat brown dyes: Yes 

Vat Brown 1 , 1 1 % No 

Vat Brown 11. 12% No 

Vat Brown 13, 17% No 

Vat Brown 57. 12.8% No 

All other vat brown dyes No 

Vat black dyes: Yes 

Vat Black 16 No 

Vat Black 22, 19% No 

Vat Black 25, 12-1/2% No 

All other vat black dyes No 

Miscellaneous dyes: 

All other dyes Yes 



S, SDC. 




BAS. 




BAS, CGY, 


SDC. 


BAS, BRR, 


SDC. 


SDC. 




BRR. 




BRR, CGY. 




CGY. 




CGY. 




CGY, HCL. 




BRR. 




BRR, CGY. 




CGY. 




BAS, CGY, 


SDC. 


BRR. SDC. 





BRR, DAN, MIL, MRT, SDC. 



< Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

' The manufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



4-lf 



Table 4-3 

Dy«t: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name ol company 



ALL Alliance Chemical. Inc. 

ATL Atlantic Industries. Inc. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BCC Buffalo Color Corp. 

BRR Burrls Chemical Inc.. Colors DIv. 

BUG Synalloy Corp. , Blackman Uhler 

Chemical DIv. 

CQY Clba-Qelgy Corp. 

CIC Color Chem International Corp . 

CK Crompton & Knowles Corp . 

DAN Dan River, Inc.. Chemical Products DIv. 

DGO Day-Glo Color Corp. 

DSC Dye Specialties, Inc. 

EKT Eastman Kodak Co. . Tennessee 

Eastman Co. DIv. 

FAB Fabrlcolor Manufacturing Corp. 

HCL Hoechst Celanase Corp. : 

Sou-Tex Works 

Specialty Chem Group 
HIL Hilton Davis Company 



ICI ICI Americas. Inc. . Specialty Chem DIv, 

LVR C. Lever Co.. Inc. 

MIL Mllllken & Co. . Mllllken Chemical DIv. 

MRT Morton Irrtematlonal , Inc. , SpecleUty 

Chemicals 

OCC Orient Chemical Corp. 

PCW Pflster Chemical. Inc. 

PSC Passaic Color & Chemical Co. 

PSQ PMC, Inc. , PMC Specialities Group. 

Inc. 

S Sandoz ChemlcaU Corp . , 

SDC Colors & ChemlcaUs DIv. 

SNA Sun Chemical Corp. . Pigments DIv. 

STQ McCormIck i Co. , Inc. . 

McCormlck/Strange Flavor DIv. 

TNI Gillette Co. , Chemical DIv. 

VPC Mobay Chemical Corp. . Dyes & 

Rgmerrts DIv. 
WJ Warner- Jenklnson Co. 



Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. 
Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaire of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



4-19 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 5 
Organic Pigments 

Organic pigments are toners and lakes^ 
derived in whole or in part from benzenoid 
chemicals and colors. 

Statistics on production and sales of all organic 
pigments in 1989 are given in table 5-1. 
Individual toners and lakes are identified in this 
report by the names used in the third edition of 
the Colour Index. 

Total production of organic pigments in 1989 
was 50 million kilograms, 4 percent less than the 
53 million kilograms produced in 1988. Total 
sales of organic pigments in 1989 amounted to 43 
million kilogams, valued at $702 million, 
compared with 39 nrullion kilograms, valued at 
$595 million, in 1988. In terms of quantity, sales 
of organic pigments in 1989 were 10 percent 
higher than in 1988; in terms of value, sales in 
1989 were 18 percent higher than in 1988. 
Changes in U.S. production of pigments have 
followed overall changes in U.S. economic activity 
during 1985-89 (see figure 5-1). 



' Toners and lakes are essentially the same in their 
final form; they differ in the method of preparation. A 
lake is an organic pigment produced by the interaction of a 
soluble dye, a precipitant, and an absorptive inorganic 
substrate. A toner is an insoluble dye produced as a 
powder; some toners are extended by the inclusion of a 
solid diluent. 



Production of toners in 1989 amounted to 50 
million kilograms, 4 percent less than the 52 
million pounds reported in 1988. Sales in 1989 
were 43 million kilograms, valued at $702 million, 
compared with 39 million kilograms valued at 
$591 million, in 1988. In terms of quantity, sales 
of toners in 1989 were 10 percent higher than in 
1988; in terms of value, sales were 18 percent 
higher in 1989 than in 1988. The individual 
toners listed in the report which were produced in 
the largest quantities in 1989 were Pigment Yellow 
12, Pigment Yellow 14, Pigment Red 48:1 barium 
toner. Pigment Red 49:1 barium toner. Pigment 
Red 53:1 barium toner. Pigment Red 57:1, 
calcium toner, Pigment Violet 19, Pigment Blue 
15:3, beta form, and Pigment Green 7. 

Production of lakes totaled 307,000 kilograms 
in 1989, 9 percent lower than the 336,000 poimds 
reported for 1988. Sales of lakes in 1989 
amounted to 256,000 kilograms, valued at $4.4 
million. In terms of quantity, sales of lakes in 
1989 were 7 percent lower than in 1988; in terms 
of value, sales in 1989 were 7 percent higher 
lower than in 1988. 

Table 5-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 5-3. 

Stephen Wanser 

202-252-1363 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3363) 



Rgur* S-1 

Organic pigments: U.S. production, 1985-89 



Millions 
of kilograms 



1985 1986 1987 1968 1989 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



5-1 



Section 5 



Table 5-1 

Organic pigments: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Organic pigments 



Grand Total 

Toners 

Total 



Yellow toners, total 



Acetoacetaryllde yellows: 

Rgment Yellow 3, C.I. 11 710 . . . 

Pigment Yellow 65, C.I. 11 740 . . 

Pigment Yellow 73, C.I. 11 738 . . 

Pigment Yellow 74, C.I. 11 741 . . 

All other acetoacetsu7llde yellows 
Diary llde yellows: 

Rgment Yellow 12, C.I. 

Pigment Yellow 13, C.I. 

Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 

Rgment Yellow 17, C.I. 

Rgment Yellow 83, C.I. 
All other yellow toners 



21 


090 


21 


100 


21 


095 


21 


105 


21 


108 



Orange toners, total 

Rgment Orange 5, C.I. 21 075 . 
Pigment Orange 16, C.I. 21 160 
Pigment Orange 46, C.I. 15 602 
All other orange toners 



Red toners, total 

Naphthol reds, total 

Rgment Red 2. C.I. 12 310 

Rgment Red 17, C.I. 12 390 

Rgment Red 22, C.I. 12 315 

Rgment Red 23, C.I. 12 355 

All other naphthol reds 

Rgment Red 3, C.I. 12 120 

Rgment Red 4, C.I. 12 085 

Rgment Red 38, C.i. 12 120 

Rgment Red 48:1, barium toner, C.I. 15 865 . 
Rgment Red 48:2. calcium toner, C.I. 15 865 
Rgment Red 49:1, barium toner, C.I. 15 630 . 
Rgment Red 49:2. calcium toner, C.i. 15 630 
Rgment Red 52:1. calcium toner, C.i. 15 860 
Rgment Red 53:1, barium toner, C.i. 15 585 . 
Rgment Red 57:1. calcium toner, C.i. 15 850 

Rgment Red 81 , PMA, C.I. 45 160 

All other red toners 



Violet toners, total 



Rgment Violet 1, C.I. 45 170 . 
Rgment Violet 19, C.I. 46 500 
Rgment Violet 23, C.i. 51 319 
All other violet toners 



1.000 
Kilograms 
dry t)asls' 
50.360 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

value' 



1.000 
Kllogtams 
dry basisr' 
43.236 



1.000 
dollars 



Per 
kilogram 



701.552 $16.23 



50,053 


42,980 


697,145 


16.20 


13,122 


10,750 


133,756 


12.44 


30 


36 


476 


13.34 


99 


94 


1.739 


18.58 


128 


126 


1.632 


13.01 


326 


316 


5.979 


18.92 


774 


267 


3.386 


12.67 


8.192 


6,468 


74.695 


11.55 


307 


307 


4.296 


13.98 


2,372 


2,283 


23.968 


10.50 


321 


308 


4,632 


15.05 


507 


485 


10.668 


22.01 


66 


60 


2,285 


38.08 


1,303 


1,174 


17,312 


14.75 


437 


347 


4,015 


11.58 


410 


374 


4,165 


11.13 


370 


346 


4,319 


12.50 


86 


107 


4,813 


44.98 


17,158 


14,927 


264.131 


17.69 


980 


892 


23.709 


26.58 


20 


16 


419 


26.09 


20 


5 


116 


21.54 


118 


112 


1.863 


16.69 


153 


104 


2,710 


26.07 


669 


655 


18.601 


28.42 


300 


327 


4.649 


14.23 


41 


37 


568 


15.33 


67 


72 


1,761 


24.61 


1,108 


1,123 


15.625 


13.92 


704 


629 


8,493 


13.50 


1.932 


1,669 


16,668 


10.00 


421 


389 


5,066 


13.03 


376 


386 


6,284 


16.29 


1,160 


1,141 


11,663 


10.22 


7,224 


5.614 


67,329 


11.99 


180 


170 


6,532 


38.38 


2.665 


2,478 


95,784 


38.63 


2.547 


2,459 


85,175 


34.65 


12 


13 


474 


37.11 


1,856 


1,797 


55,666 


30.97 


226 


218 


17,044 


78.32 


453 


431 


11,991 


27.87 



See footnotes at end of table. 



5-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



TabI* 5-1— Continued 

Organic pigmants: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Organic pigments 



Production 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

value' 



Toners— Continued 

Blue toners, toteU 

Rgment Blue 1, (PMA), C.I. 42 595 

Rgment Blue 15, alpha form, C.I. 74 160 . 
Rgment Blue 15:1, alpha form, C.I. 74 160 
Rgment Blue 15:2, alpha form, C.I. 74 160 
Rgment Blue 15:3, beta form, C.I. 74 160 
Rgment Blue 15:4, beta form, C.I. 74 160 
All other blue toners 

Green toners, total 

Rgment Green 7, C.I. 74 260 

All other green toners 

Brown and black toners 

Lakes 

Total 

Rgment Red 83, C.I. 58 000 

Rgment Violet 5: 1 , C.I. 58 055 

AH other lakes 



1.000 
Kilograms 
dry basis' 



31 
195 
380 
198 

8,017 
644 

5,077 

1.279 



1,211 
68 



102 



14 

31 

262 



1.000 
Kliogtams 
dry basis' 



12,318 



27 
278 

413 
250 

6,753 
459 

4,138 

1,238 



1.166 
72 



114 



256 



7,000 
dollars 



25.882 



23,173 
2,709 



1,654 



4,407 



Per 
kilogram 



169,235 $13.74 



911 


33.81 


5,306 


19.10 


10,965 


26.55 


5.558 


22.26 


85,366 


12.64 


6,736 


14.68 


54.393 


13.14 



19.87 
37.76 



17.21 



13 


422 


31.66 


31 


732 


23.61 


212 


3,253 


15.34 



' The value of sales for toners Is reported on a dry-fult strength basis and the value of sales for lakes Is reported 
on a dry form basis. All sales value data exclude the additional cost of processing or packaging In commercial forms 
other than the dry full-strength or dry form. 

* Calculated from unrounded figures. 

* Quantities for toners are reported as dry full-strength toner content, excluding the weight of any dispersing 
agent, vehicle, or extender. Ojantltles for lakes are reported as dry lake content, excluding the weight of any 
dispersing agent or vehicle. 

Note.— The C.I. (Colour Index) number shown In this report are the Identifying number given In the third edition of the 
Colour Index. The abbreviations PMA and PTA stand for phosphomolybdic and phosphotungstic (Including 
phosphotung-stomolybdic) acids, respectively. 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



5-3 



Section 5 

Table S-2 

Organic pigments for which U.S. production and/or talea were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Organic pigments 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 5-3} 



Toners 

Yellow toners: Yes 
Acetoacetaryllde yellows: 

Pigment Yellow 1 No 

Pigment Yellow 2 No 

Rgment Yellow 3 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 60 No 

Pigment Yellow 65 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 73 No 

Rgment Yellow 74 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 97 No 

Rgment Yellow 98 No 

Rgment Yellow 116 No 

All other acetoacetaryllde yellows No 

Dlaryllde yellows: 

Pigment Yellow 12 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 13 Yes 

Rgment YeHow 14 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 17 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 83 Yes 

Rgment Yellow 124 No 

Rgment YeHow 1 52 No 

Yellow pigments, other: 

Rgment Yellow 1 39 No 

All other pigment yellow toners No 

Orange toners: Yes 

Rgment Orange 1 No 

Rgment Orange 2 No 

Rgment Orange 5 Yes 

Rgment Orange 13 No 

Rgment Orange 15 No 

Rgment Orange 16 Yes 

Rgment Orange 34 No 

Rgment Orange 43 No 

Rgment Orange 46 Yes 

Rgment Orange 48 No 

Rgment Orange 49 No 

All other pigment orange toners No 

Red toners: Yes 

Naphthol reds: Yes 

Rgment Red 2 Yes 

Rgment Red 5 No 

Rgment Red 13 No 

Rgment Red 14 No 

Pigment Red 17 Yes 

Rgment Red 21 No 

Rgment Red 22 Yes 

Rgment Red 23 Yes 

Rgment Red 31 No 

Rgment Red 112 No 

Rgment Red 146 No 

Rgment Red 147 No 

Rgment Red 1 70 No 

Pigment Red 210 No 

All other naphthol reds No 



BAS. DUP, GLX, HSH, SNA, VPC. 

KCW. 

HEU. HSH, KCW, SNA, VPC. 

HSH. 

HEU, HSH, SNA, VPC. 

HCL, HSH, SNA, VPC. 

BAS, HCL, HEU, HIL, HSH. IND, ROM. 

SNA, VPC. 
HCL. 
HCL. 
VPC. 
KCW. 

AMS, APO, BAS, HCL, HIL, HSH, IDC, 

IND. POP, ROM, SNA. 
AMS. APO. BAS, FAB, GLX, HCL, IDC, 

IND. SNA. 
AMS. BAS. BNS, FAB, GLX, HCL. HSH, 

IDC, IND, ROM. SNA. 
APO, BAS. FAB, GLX. HCL. HSH. IDC. 

IND. ROM. SNA, VPC. 
BAS. FAB, GLX, HCL. IDC. IND. ROM. 

SNA. 
GLX. 
HCL. 

VPC. 
HCL. HSH. 

KCW. 

UHL. 

BAS. HCL. HIL. HSH. PCW, SNA. 

GLX. HSH. IND. SNA, VPC. 

BNS. 

BNS. CGY. FAB. GLX, HSH. IND. ROM, 

SNA. 
HCL, IND, ROM, VPC. 
HCL. 

AMS. BAS. CMC. MGR, SNA, UHL. 
CGY. 
CGY. 
GLX. 



GLX, HCL. HSH. 

GLX. HSH. 

KCW. 

HCL. 

BNS. ROM. SNA. UHL. 

BNS. 

GLX, HEU, IND, ROM. SNA. 

DUP, FAB, GLX. HEU. HSH. IND, KCW, 

ROM, SNA, UHL. 
GLX, HIL, ROM. 
HCL. VPC. 
HCL. 
HSH. 

GLX. HCL. 
SNA. 
BUC, FAB. GLX. IND. KCW. ROM. (»). 



See footnotes at end of table. 



5-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 5-2— Continued 

Organic pigments for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Organic pigments 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 5-3) 



Toners— Continued 

Red toners— Continued 

Red pigments, other: Yes 

Pigment Red 1 . (light) No 

Pigment Red 3 Yes 

Pigment Red 4 Yes 

Pigment Red 38 Yes 

Pigment Red 41 No 

Pigment Red 48: 1 , (barium) Yes 

Pigment Red 48:2, (calcium) Yes 

Pigment Red 48:3, (strontium) No 

Pigment Red 48:4, (manganese) No 

Pigment Red 49:1 , (barium) Yes 

Pigment Red 49:2, (calcium) Yes 

Pigment Red 52:1 , (calcium) Yes 

Pigment Red 52:2, (manganese) No 

Pigment Red 53. (sodium) No 

Pigment Red 53:1 , (barium) Yes 

Pigment Red 57 No 

Pigment Red 57: 1 , (calcium) Yes 

Pigment Red 63 No 

Pigment Red 63 : 1 . calcium No 

Rgment Red 81 . (PMA) Yes 

Rgment Red 81 . (PTA) No 

Pigment Red 88 No 

Rgment Red 101 No 

Ror"«nt Red 122 No 

Pigment Red 123 No 

Pigment Red 168 No 

Rgment Red 1 69 No 

Rgment Red 1 79 No 

Pigment Red 1 88 No 

Pigment Red 1 90 No 

Rgment Red 200 No 

Rgment Red 202 No 

Rgment Red 206 No 

Rgment Red 207 No 

Pigment Red 209 No 

Pigment Red 224 No 

Rgment Red 245 No 

All other pigment red toners No 

Violet toners: 

Rgment Violet 1 . (fugitive) No 

Pigment Violet 1 . (PMA) Yes 

Pigment Violet 1 . (PTA) No 

Rgment Violet 3. (fugitive) No 

Pigment Violet 3. (PMA) No 

Pigment Violet 3. (PTA) No 

Pigment Violet 4, (fugitive) No 

Pigment Violet 19 Yes 

Pigment Violet 23 Yes 

Pigment Violet 27 No 

Pigment Violet 29 No 

Pigment Violet 39. (PMA) No 

Rgment Violet 42 No 

All other pigment violet toners No 



HSH. 

BAS, CGY, HIL, HSH, KCW, SNA, UHL. 

ALE. HIL, HSH, MAX, UHL. 

HCL, HSH, SNA, VPC. 

VPC. 

AMS, APO, BAS, CGY, CMC, FAB, HEU, 

HIL, HSH, MGR, MAX, SNA, UHL. 
AMS, APO, BAS, CMC, FAB, HIL, HSH, 

MGR. MAX. SNA, UHL, VPC. 
CGY, HEU, HSH. 
HEU, HSH. SNA, VPC. 
AMS, BAS, BNS, CMC. HIL. IDC. MGR, 

SNA, UHL. 
AMS. BNS, CMC, HIL, IDC, MGR, SNA, 

UHL. 
BAS, HSH, MGR, SNA, UHL. 
BAS. HSH, UHL. 
MGR. 
AMS. APO, BAS. CMC, FAB. HCL, HIL, 

HSH, IDC, MAX, SNA, UHL. 
BNS. 
AMS. APO. BAS, BNS, CGY, CMC, FAB, 

HEU, HIL, HSH, IDC, MGR, POP, PS, 

SNA, UHL, 
HSH. 
SNA. 

BAS, MGR, MAX, SNA. UHL. 
BAS, MGR, MAX. UHL. 
VPC. 
BAS. 

SNA. VPC. 
VPC. 
VPC. 
MAX. 

SNA, VPC. 
HCL. 
VPC. 
BAS. 

CGY, SNA. VPC. 
CGY. 
CGY. 
SNA. 
VPC. 
IND. 
HCL. 



KCW. 


UHL. 


MGR, 


MAX. UHL. 


MGR. 


SNA, UHL. 


KCW. 


MGR. UHL. 


BAS. 


HIL. MGR. MAX. UHL 


MAX, 


UHL. 


KCW. 




CGY. 


SNA. VPC. 


HCL. 


IPP, SNA, VPC. 


MAX. 




SNA. 


VPC. 


BAS. 




CGY. 




BUC. 


{')■ 



See footnotes at end of table. 



5-5 



Section 5 

Table 5-2 —Continued 

Organic pigments for wl>leh U.S. production and/or sale* were reported, Identified by ntanufacturer, 1989 



Organic pigments 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 5-3) 



Toners— Continued 

Blue toners: 

(Basic Blue 7) No 

Pigment Blue 1 , (PMA) Yee 

Rgment Blue 1 , (PTA) No 

Rgment Blue 2, (PMA) No 

Pigment Blue 14. (PMA) No 

Pigment Blue 15, (alpha form) Yes 

Pigment Blue 15:1 , (alpha form) Yes 

Rgment Blue 15:2, (alpha form) Yes 

Rgment Blue 15:3. (beta form) Yes 

Rgment Blue 15:4, (beta form) Yes 

Rgment Blue 19 No 

Rgment Blue 25 No 

Rgment Blue 61 No 

Pigment Blue 62 No 

Ail other pigment blue toners No 

Green toners: 

Rgment Green 1 , (PMA) No 

Rgment Green 2 , (PTA) No 

Rgment Green 4, (fugitive) No 

Rgment Green 4, (PMA) No 

Pigment Green 7 Yes 

Rgment Green 8 No 

Rgment Green 10 , No 

Rgment Green 36 No 

All other pigment green toners No 

Brown toners: 

Rgment Brown 5 No 

Black toners: 

Rgment Biack 7 No 

All other pigment black toners No 

Lakes : Yea 
Yellow lakes: 

(Add Yellow 1 ) No 

(Add Yellow 23) No 

Orange lakes: 

Rgment Orange 17 No 

Red lakes: 

(Add Red 26) No 

(Basic Red 1 ) No 

(Basic Red 81 , PMA) No 

Rgment Red 60: 1 No 

Rgment Red 83 Yes 

Violet lakes: 

(Basic Violet 1 ) No 

(Basic Violet 3, PMA) No 

(Basic Violet 4) No 

(Basic Violet 10) No 

Rgment Violet 5:1 Yes 

Blue l2U(es: 

(Basic Blue 14, PMA) No 

(Basic Blue 1 , PTA) No 



KCW. 

BNS. HIL. MQ(\. MAX. UHL. 

MAX. 

UHL. 

BAS, UHL. 

BAS. CQY, FAB. HEU, HSH. SNA. 

CGY. HEU, HIL. SNA. VPC. 

CQY. DUP. HEU. HIL. SNA. VPC. 

AMS. APO. BAS. CQY. CIK. CMC. HEU. 

HIL. IDC. IPP. MGR. POP, PS, ROM, 

SNA, VPC. 
BAS. CGY, HEU. POP. SNA, VPC. 
PSQ. 
GLX. 
BAS. 
MAX. 
FAB. 

MAX. UHL. 

MAX. UHL. 

UHL. 

UHL. 

ALQ. BAS. CQY. HCL. HIL. MQR, POP. 

SNA. VPC. 
KCW. 
HEU. 
BAS. SNA. VPC. 

QLX. 

HCL. VPC. 
HCL. UHL. 



KCW. 
MAX. 

KCW. 

KCW. 

BNS. 

LVR. 

HSH. MAX, SNA. 

HSH, MAX, UHL. 

BNS. 
LVR. 
BNS. 
BNS. 
HSH, MAX, UHL, VPC. 

LVR. 
LVR. 



See footnote at end of table. 



5-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 5-2 —Continued 

Organic pigments for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Organic pigments statistics^ (according to list In table 5-3J 

Lakes— Continued 

Green leUces: 

(Acid Green 3) No KCW. 

(Basic Green 1 . PMA) No LVR. 

< Chemlcsds for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted in confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

< The manufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 

Source; Complied from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



5-7 



Section 5 



TabI* 5-3 
Organic pigments: 



Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ALE Alex Chemical Co. 

ALQ Allegheny Chemical Corp. 

AMS RIdgway Color Co. 

APO Apollo Colors, Inc. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BNS BInney and Smith, Inc. 

BUC Synalloy Corp. , Blackman Uhler 

Chemical DIv. 

CGY Clba-Gelgy Corp. 

CIK Flint Ink Corp. , Cal/Ink DIv. 

CMC Chromatic Color Corp. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. 

Chemicals and Rgments Dept. 

FAB Faibrlcolor Manufacturing Corp. 

GLX Galaxle Chemical Corp. 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp. ; 

Sou-Tex Works 

Specialty Chem Group 
HEU Cookson Rgment, inc. 



HIL Hilton Davis Company 

HSH Engelhard Corporation 

IOC industrial Color, inc. 

IND indoi Color Co. , Inc. 

IPP Spectrachem Corp. 

KCW Keystone Color Works, Inc. 

LVR C. Lever Co. , inc. 

MAX Max Marx Color Corp. 

MGR Magruder Color Co. , inc. 

PCW Pfister Chemical, Inc. 

POP Dalcolor-Pope, inc. 

PS CPS Corp. 

PSQ PMC, Inc. Specialities Group, Inc. 

ROM Roma Color, inc. 

SNA Sun Chemical Corp. , Rgment DIv. 

UHL Paul Uhlich & Co. , Inc. 

VPC Mobay Chemical Corp. , Dyes & 

Rgments Div. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questlonneUres of the U.S. intematlonai Trade Commission. 



5-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 6 
Medicinal Chemicals 

Medicinal chemicals include the medicinal 
and feed grades of all organic chemicals having 
therapeutic value, whether obtained by chemical 
synthesis, by fermentation, by extraction from 
natiorally occurring plant or animal substances, or 
by refining a technical grade product. They 
include antibiotics and other anti-infective agents, 
antihistamines, autonomic drugs, cardiovascular 
agents, central nervous system depressants and 
stimulants, hormones and synthetic substitutes, 
vitamins, and other therapeutic agents for human 
or veterinary use, and for animal feed 
supplements. Data for the production of these 
products during 1985-89 are shown in figure 6-1. 

Table 6-1 shows statistics for production and 
sales of medicinal chemicals grouped by 
pharmacological class. The statistics shown are 
for bulk chemicals only. Finished pharmaceutical 
preparations and products put up in pills, 
capsules, tablets, or other measured doses are 
excluded.' The difference between production 
and sales reflects inventory changes, processing 
losses, and captive consumption of medicinal 
chemicals processed into ethical and proprietary 



' Complementary statistics on the dollar value of 
manufacturers' shipments of finished pharmaceutical 
preparations, except biologicals, are published annually by 
the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 
in Current Industrial Reports, Series MA-28G. Many 
pharmaceutical manufacturers that report to the Bureau of 
the Census are excluded from the U.S. International Trade 
Commission report because they are not primary producers 
of medicinal chemicals; that is, they do not themselves 
produce the bulk drugs which go into their pharmaceutical 
products, but purchase their drug requirements from 
domestic or foreign producers. 



pharmaceutical products by the primary 
manufacturer. In some instances, the difference 
may also include quantities for medicinal grade 
products used as intermediates; for example, 
penicillin V used as an intermediate in the 
manufacture of other antibiotics. All quantities 
are given in terms of 100 percent content of the 
pure bulk drug. Table 6-2 lists the products 
reported in this section and indicates the 
manufacturer (s) of each by code. These codes 
are identified by company name in table 6-3. 

Total U.S. production of bulk medicinal 
chemicals in 1989 amounted to 130.3 million 
kilograms. Total sales of bulk medicinal 
chemicals in 1989 amovmted to 203.6 million 
kilograms, valued at $1,987.5 million. Begiiming 
in 1980, methionine and most other amino acids 
and their salts are reported in the section on 
Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical 
Products. Section totals are not, therefore, 
comparable with years prior to 1980. 

Production of the larger groups of medicinal 
chemicals in 1989 was as follows (see table 6-1): 
Antibiotics, 17.6 million kilograms, 34 percent 
higher than in 1988; anti-infective agents other 
than antibiotics, 8.9 million kilograms, 3 percent 
higher than in 1988; central nervous system 
depressants and stimulants, 34.3 million 
kilograms, 53 percent higher than in 1988; 
gastrointestinal agents and therapeutic nutrients, 
34.4 million kilograms, 24 percent lower than in 
1988; and vitamins, 19.9 kilograms, 14 percent 
higher than in 1988. 

Elizabeth R. Nesbitt 

202-252-1355 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3355) 



Rgur» 6-1 

Medicinal Chemicals: 



U.S. production. 1985-89 



Millions 

ot kilograms 




1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



6-1 



Section 6 

Table 6-1 

Medicinal chemicals: U.S. production and sales, 1989 

Sates Average 

Unit 

Medicinal chemicals Production^ Quantity Value value' 

1.000 1.000 1.000 Per 

kilograms kilograms dollars kilogram 

Grand total 130,326 203,613 1,987,519 $9.76 

Acyclic 34,654 50.447 205,486 4.07 

Benzenoltf' 63,402 134,664 889,795 6.61 

Cyclic nonbenzenoi** 32,270 18,502 892,238 48.22 

Antibiotics 17,645 105,047 606.524 5.77 

Antihistanninos 190 152 7,276 47.87 

Anti-Infective agents (except antibiotics), total 8,902 6,301 42,042 6.67 

Anthelmintics 4,152 2,634 4,800 1.82 

Ail other anti-infective agents (except 
antibiotics)' 4.750 3,667 37.242 10.16 

Central depressants and stimulants, total 34,331 24.542 381 .026 15.53 

Analgesics, emtipyretlcs, and nonhormonal 2mti- 

inflammatory agents, total 31 ,452 23,325 164,829 7.07 

Aspirin 10,201 (•) (<>) (•) 

Ail other analgesics, antipyretics, and 

nonhorr.ional anti-inflammatory agents' 21,251 23,325 164,829 7.07 

Antidepressants 40 7 1 ,795 256.43 

Antitussives 214 184 45.527 247.43 

All other central depressants and stimulants* 2,625 1 ,026 168,875 164.60 

Dermatoiogical agents 5,349 2. 660 5.762 2.17 

Expectorants and mucolytic agents 475 430 9,336 21 .71 

Gastrointestinal agents and therapeutic nutrients" 34,445 48,735 58,274 1 .20 

Vitamins'" 19.872 13.459 160,052 11.89 

Miscellaneous medicinal chemicals" 9,117 2,287 717,227 313.61 

'The data on production and sales are for buii< medicinal chemicals only. Methionine and most other amino acids 
and their salts are now reported in the section on Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical Products. Section 
totals are not, therefore, comparable with years prior to 1980. 

' Calculated from rounded figures. 

' Benzenold, as used in this report, describes any cyclic medicinal chemical whose molecule contains either a 
b-membered carbocycilc ring with conjugated double bonds or a 6-membered heterocyclic ring with 1 or 2 hetero 
atoms and conjugated double bonds, except the pyrimidine ring. 

* includes antibiotics of unicnown structure. 
„rnH.,'^.';IiI?t1 production and sales of antlprotozoan agents, sulfonamides, and urinary antiseptics; does not Include 
production of sulfaguanldine used as an Intermediate in the production of anti-infective sulfonamides 
Reported data were accepted in confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported 

' Includes sales quantity and value of aspirin. 

slfeilt'^rmnt^ioTJfl^vI'^r ^T*^ '^'^M °' af"P^;e«annines: general anesthetics; respiratory and cerebral stimulants; 

Skeletal muscle relaxants; tranquilizers; and anticonvulsants, hypnotics, and sedatives 

under^'lnTacidT'^ '*^ ^''** ^'^ reported in the section in Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical Products 

^» Includes production and sales of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K 
aaents renli''fc^*ln^''il?H «^rtfm^,^'r!H°* f"*'"«°Plastlc agents cardiovascular agents, diagnostic agents, hematological 
^c?ud« nroHnrHn^°,nH of, 1!^?';'®'^^'''"° l^*?*''' a"«°"P'^'° tlrugs, and unclassified medicinal chemicals. Also 
hormon\ranTsynthi;t '^^^^^^^^^ anesthetics, smooth muscle relaxants (including theophylline derivatives), and 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



6-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 

statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3} 



Antibiotics: Yes 

Cephalosporins: No 

Cefaclor No 

Cefamandole No 

Cefazolln, sodium No 

Cefoxitin No 

Cephalexin No 

Cephalothln. sodium No 

Cephradlne No 

Penicillins, semisynthetic: No 

Amoxicillin: No 

Amoxicillin (trihydrate) No 

Amoxicillin (anhydrous) No 

Amplciilln: No 

Amplclllln (trihydrate) No 

Other semisynthetic penicillins: No 

Amplclllln . sodium No 

Carbenlciilln. disodlum No 

Cloxacillln. sodium No 

Dicloxaclllin. sodium No 

Floxaclllin No 

Hetacillin. potassium No 

Nafclllln, sodium No 

Oxacillin, sodium No 

Rperaclllln No 

Ticarclliin. disodlum No 

All other semisynthetic penicillins No 

Penicillins (except semisynthetic): No 

For medicinal use: No 

Penicillin V No 

Penicillin G. benzathine No 

Penicillin G. potassium No 

Penicillin V , potassium No 

Penicillin G. procaine (medicinal grade) No 

For nonmedlclnai uses: No 

Penicillin G. procaine (animal feed grade) No 

Tetracyclines : No 

For medlcintU use: No 

Chlortetracyciine (medicinal grade) No 

Demeciocycline No 

Minocycline No 

Oxytetracycline (medicinal grade) No 

Tetracycline No 

For nonmedlclnai uses: No 

Chlortetracyciine (animal feed grade) No 

Oxytetracycline (animal feed grade) No 

Other antibiotics: No 

For medicinal use: No 

Antlfung2d antibiotics: No 

Amphotericin B No 

Nystatin (medicinal grade) No 

Tobramycin No 

Antltubercuiar antibiotics: No 

Cycloserine No 

DIhydrostreptomycIn No 

Other antibiotics for medicinal use: No 

Aztreonam No 

Cefonlcid No 

Cefuroxime No 

Clindamycin No 

Erythromycin No 

Erythromycin estolate No 



LIL. 

LIL. 

LIL. 

MRK. 

BOC. KAN, LIL, TRD. 

LIL. 

KAN, SK, TRD. 



BEE, BOC. KAN. 
BEE. SEW. BRS. 

BEW. BOC. BRS. KAN. 

BEE. BEW, WYT. 

BEW. 

BEE, BEW. 

BEE. BEW. BOC. WYT. 

BEW. 

BRS. 

WYT. 

BEE, BOC. 

BRS. 

BEE. BEW. 

BEE. 



BRS. 
WYT. 
PFZ. 

BRS, LIL. 
PFZ. WYT. 



PFZ. 



ACY. 




ACY. 




ACY. 




PFZ. 




ACY. 




ACY. 


PFZ. 


PFZ. 




PEN. 


TRD. 


ACY. 


TRD. 


LIL. 




LIL. 




PFZ. 




TRD. 




SK. 




LIL. 




ABB. 


UPJ. 


ABB, 


ANG. UPJ 


LIL. UPJ. 



footnotes at end of table. 



6-3 



Section 6 

Table 6-2— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or salea were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3) 



Antibiotic— Continued Yes 

Other antibiotics— Continued No 

For medicinal use— Continued No 

Other antibiotics for medicinal use— Continued No 

Erythromycin stearate No 

Erythromycin succinate No 

Erythromycin thiocyanate No 

Gentamycin No 

Imlpenem No 

Kanamycin No 

Lincomycin (medicinal grade) No 

Moxalactam No 

Neomycin (medicinal grade) No 

Netilmicin No 

Novobiocin, sodium No 

Polymyxin B No 

Sisomycin No 

Spectlnomycin (medicinal grade) No 

Thiostrepton No 

Vancomycin No 

All other antibiotics , for medicinal use No 

For nonmedlcinal uses: No 

Bacitracin (animal feed grade) No 

Cycloheximlde No 

Efrotomycin No 

Hygromycin B No 

Lasaiocid, sodium No 

Lincomycin (animal feed grade) No 

Monesin No 

Neomycin (animal feed grade) No 

Spectlnomycin (animal feed grade) No 

Streptomycin No 

Tylosin No 

Antihistamines : Yes 

Antinauseants : No 

Dimennydrlnate No 

Meclizine hydrochloride No 

Metociopramide hydrochloride No 

Other antihistamines: No 

Brompheniramine maleate No 

Chlorpheniramine No 

Chiorpheniremilne maleate No 

Chlorpheniramine tannate No 

Cyproheptadine hydrochloride No 

Dexbromphenireunlne maleate No 

Dimethindene maleate No 

Diphenhydramine citrate No 

Diphenhydramine hydrochloride No 

Doxyiamlne succinate No 

Phenindamine tartrate No 

Phenyltoioxamine citrate No 

Tripelennamnine No 

Tripelennamine citrate No 

Tripeiennamlne hydrochloride No 

Triproildlne hydrochloride [ No 

Anti-Infective agents (except antibiotics) : Yes 

Anthelmintics: Yes 

Ciorsuion No 

Dichlorvos ' no 

Diethyicarbamazine citrate , No 

ivermectin ' ' No 

Piperazino No 



UPJ. 

ANG. 

ANG. 

SCH. 

MRK. 

BBS. 

UPJ. 

LIL. 

UPJ. 

SCH. 

UPJ. 

PFZ. 

SCH. 

ABB. UPJ. 

TRD. 

ABB, ACY, LIL. 

ABB. RSA. 

IMC. 

UPJ. 

MRK. 

LIL. 

HOP. 

UPJ. 

UL. 

PFZ. UPJ. 

UPJ. 

PFZ. 

LIL. 



GAN. 
PFZ. 
LLI. 

LLI. 

SK, UPJ. 

SK. 

CHL. 

MRK. 

C). 

CGY. 

WYK. 

PD, WYK. 

BKC. MAL. 

HOF. 

GAN. 

CGY. 

CGY. 

CGY. 

AMD. BUR. 



MRK. 
CHL. 
SK. 
MRK. 
TX, UCC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 
6-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table S-2— Continued 



Madlclnal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3; 



Antl-lnfectlve agents (except antibiotics)— Continued Yes 

Anthelmintics— Continued Yes 

Piperazlne dihydrochlorlde No 

Rperaizlne hexahydrato No 

Rperazlne hydrochloride No 

Piperazlne sulfate No 

Thiabendazole No 

Antlprotozoan agents: No 

Arsenic and bismuth compounds: No 

Arsanlllc acid No 

Bismuth subsalicylate No 

NItarsone No 

Roxarsone No 

Roxarsone. sodium No 

Other antlprotozoan agents: No 

Amprollum No 

DInltolmlde No 

Ethopabata No 

Florfenlcol No 

Hydroxychloroquine sulfate No 

lodochlorhydroxyquin No 

Metronidazole No 

Sulfonamides: No 

Mafenlde No 

Mafenlde acetate No 

Sulfabenzamlde No 

Sulfacetamide, sodium No 

Sulfadimine No 

Sulfadiazine , silver No 

Sutfadlmethoxine No 

Sulfamethazine No 

Sulfamethazine, sodium No 

Sulfamethlzole No 

Sulfeunethox2izole No 

Sulfasalazine No 

Sulf athlazole , sodium No 

Sulflsoxazole No 

Sulflsoxazole, acetyl No 

Urinary antiseptics: No 

Methenamlne No 

Methenamino mandelate No 

Other antl-lnfectlve agents: Yes 

Antifungal agents: No 

Benzoic acid No 

Calcium undecylenate No 

Fluconeuole No 

Flucytosine No 

Sodium caprylate No 

Zinc undecylenate No 

All other antifungal agents No 

Antlleprotic and antltubercular agents: No 

Aminosalicylic acid No 

Sulfoxone, sodium No 

Antiviral agents: No 

Acyclovir No 

Azidothymldlne No 

General antiseptics and antlbacterled agents: No 

Bromchlorenone No 

Capreomycin No 

Ceftazidime No 

Cetylpyrldlnlum chloride No 

Cinoxacin No 



FLM. 
BRS. 
FLM. 
FLM. 
MRK. 



FLM. 
MAL. 
SAL. 
SAL. 
SAL. 

MRK. 

SAL. 

MRK. 

SCH. 

SO. 

CGY. 

SRL. 

SOW. 

SOW. 

ACY. 

SCH. 

ACY. 

BOT, LEM. 

HOF. 

SAL. 

SAL. 

ACY. 

HOF. 

SAL. 

SAL. 

HOF. 

HOF. 

ARN. 
ARN. PO. 



KLM. 
RCN. 
PFZ. 

HOF. 
LEM. 
RCN. 
ARN. 

HXL. 
ABB. 

BUR. 
BUR. 

MHI. 
LIL. 

BRS. LIL. 
HXL. 
LIL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



6-5 



Section 6 



Table 6-2— Continued 



Medicinal chemicals (or which U.S. production and/or tales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3) 



Antl-lnfecttve agents (except antibiotics)— Continued Yes 

Other amtl-lnfectlve agents— Continued Yes 

General antiseptics and antibacterial agents— Cont No 

m-Cresyl acetate No 

8-Hydroxy-5-qulnollnesulfonlc acid No 

Iodoform No 

Magnesium salicylate No 

Ormetoprim No 

Oxyquinollne benzoate (Benoxiqulne) No 

Oxyqulnoline citrate •. No 

Pentamidine isethionate No 

Povidone - Iodine No 

Resorclnol No 

Trimethoprim No 

Autonomic drugs: No 

Sympathomimetic agents: No 

Albuterol sulfate No 

Dobutamlne No 

Methoxyphenamlne hydrochloride No 

Naphazoiine hydrochloride No 

Phenylephrine bitartrate No 

Phenylephrine hydrochloride No 

Phenylpropanolamine bitartrate No 

Phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride No 

Propylhexedrine No 

Pseudoephedrlne hydrochloride No 

Pseudoephedrine sulfate No 

Terbutallne sulfate No 

Tetrahydrozoiine hydrochloride No 

Ail other sympathomimetic (adrenergic) agents No 

Other autonomic drugs: No 
Pvasympathoiytic quatemary amtmonlum compounds 

(except tropane derivatives): No 

Glycopyrrolate No 

Propantheline bromide No 

Parasympatholytic tertiary amines (except tropane 

derivatives) : No 

Oxybutynin chloride No 

Oxyphencyclimine hydrochloride No 

Pewasympathomimetic agents: No 

Bethanechoi chloride No 

Neostigmine methyisulfate No 

Pyridostigmine bromide No 

Sympatholytic agents: No 

Timolol maleate No 

Central depressants and stimulants: Yes 

Analgesics, 2uitlpyretiC3 . and nonhormonal anti- 
inflammatory agents: Yes 

Acetaminophen No 

Aspirin Yes 

Aurothioglucose No 

Butorphanoi tartrate No 

Choline magnesium salicylate No 

Choline sjUicylate No 

DIflunlsal No 

Fenoprofen No 

Fentanyi citrate No 

Flunixln No 

Hydromorphone hydrochloride No 

ibuprofen No 

indomethacin No 

Ketoprofen No 



ADC. 

MRK. 

MAL. 

ARN. 

HOF. 

LEM. 

LEM, 

MRX. 

GAF. 

ISP. 

BUR. 



SCH. 

LIL. 

HXL. 

CGY. 

GAN. 

GAN, SOW. 

ARS. 

HXL. ORT. 

SK. 

BUR. GAN. 

GAN. 

CGY. 

PFZ. 

ARN. 



LLI. 
SRL. 



ABB. 
PFZ. 

GAN. 
HOF. 
HOF. 

MRK. 



MAL. MON. RDA. SOW. 

DOW. MON. NOR. ROA. SO. 

SCH. 

BRS. 

ARN. LEM. 

ARN. 

MRK. 

LIL, WYK. 

MRX. 

SCH. 

PEN. 

TNA. 

MRK. 

WYK. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



6-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

TabI* 6-2— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer. 
1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 

statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list in table 6-3) 



Central depressants and stimulants— Continued Yes 
Analgesics, antipyretics, and nonhormonal anti- 
inflammatory agents— Continued Yes 

Meclofenamate. sodium No 

Meclofenamic acid No 

Mefenamic acid No 

Meperidine hydrochloride No 

Methadone hydrochloride No 

Morphine sulfate No 

Oxycodone hydrochloride No 

Oxycodone terephthalate No 

Pentazocine No 

Penteizoclne hydrochloride No 

Phenylbutazone No 

Rroxicam No 

Potassium salicylate No 

Propoxyphene hydrochloride No 

Propoxyphene napsylate No 

Salsalate No 

Sodium aminobenzoate No 

Sodium salicylate No 

Sullndac No 

Anticonvulsants, hypnotics, and sedatives: No 

Anticonvulsants (except barbiturates): No 

Ethosuximide No 

Ethotoln No 

Methsuximlde No 

Phenytoln No 

Phenytoin, sodium No 

Valproic acid No 

Barbiturates: No 

AmobarbitsU No 

Amobarbited, sodium No 

Butabarbltal No 

Butabarbltal. sodium No 

Butalbital No 

Phenobarbltal No 

PhenobarbKal, sodium No 

Poly(oxy-1 ,2-ethanedlyl)-a-carboxymethyl, omega- 

(trldecyloxy) , potassium salt No 

Secobarbital No 

Secobeu-bital. sodium No 

Thiamylal, sodium No 

Thiopental, sodium No 

Hypnotics and sedatives (except barbiturates) : No 

Alprazolam No 

DIchloralphenazone No 

Ethchiorvynol No 

Giutethimlde No 

Antidepressants: Yes 

Amitriptyline hydrochloride No 

Amoxaplne No 

Bupropion No 

Doxepin hydrochloride No 

Imlpramlne hydrochloride No 

Maprotiiine hydrochloride No 

Nortriptyline hydrochloride No 

Antitussives: Yes 

Benzonatate No 

Caramlphen No 

Codeine No 

Dextromethorphan hydrobromlde No 



PD. WYK. 


PD. 




PD, WYK. 


PEN, 


SDW. 


MAL, 




MAL, 


PEN. 


DUP, 


MAL. PEN 


PEN. 




SD. 




SD. 




CGY. 




PFZ. 




KLM. 




ABB. 


GAN, LIL. 


ABB. 


GAN. LIL. 


WYK. 




GAN. 




KLM. 




MRK. 




PD. 




ABB. 




PD. 




PD. 




PD. 




ABB. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




ABB. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




GAN. 




ABB, 


PD, 


ABB. 




UPJ. 




ARN. 




ABB. 




CGY, 


GAN. 


GAN. 


MRK. 


WYK. 




BUR. 




PFZ, 


SK. 


CGY. 




ABB. 




LIL. 




CGY. 


WYK. 


SK. 




MAL. 


PEN. 


AMD, 


HOP 



See footnotes at end of table. 



6-7 



Section 6 



Table 6-2— Continued 



Medicinal chemicals lor which U.S. production and/or tale* were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
19S9 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3J 



Central depressants and stimulants— Continued Yes 

Antitussives— Continued Yes 

Doxepin No 

Hydrocodone bitartrate No 

Noscaplne No 

Thebalne No 

Tranquilizers: No 

Ptienothlazlne derivatives: No 

Chlorpromazlne No 

Chlorpromazlne hydrochloride No 

Fluphenazlne hydrochloride No 

Perphenazine No 

Prochlorperazine No ' 

Prochlorperealne maleate No 

Other tranquilizers : No 

Diazepam No 

Halazepam No 

Haloperldol No 

Hydroxyzine peunoate No 

Loxaplne succinate No 

Prazepam No 

Thiothixene hydrochloride No 

Other central depressants and stimulauits: Yes 

Amphetamines : No 

Amphetamine No 

Amphetamine sulfate No 

Dextroamphetamine No 

Dextroamphetamine sulfate No 

Methamphetamine hydrochloride No 

General anesthetics: No 

Enflurane No 

Isoflurane No 

Ketamlne hydrochloride No 

Respiratory and cerebral stimulants: No 

Caffeine (natural suid synthetic) : No 

Caffeine, naturai No 

Caffeine, synthetic No 

Other respiratory 2md cerebral stimulants: No 

Benzphetamlne hydrochloride No 

DIethylproplon hydrochloride No 

Doxapr2UTi hydrochloride No 

Methylphenldate hydrochloride No 

Pemoline No 

Phendlmetrazlne tartrate No 

Phentermlne No 

Skeletal muscle relaxants: No 

Cyclobenze^jrine hydrochloride No 

Meteuolone No 

Methocarbamol No 

Orphenadrine citrate No 

Succlnylchollne chloride No 

Tubocurarine No 

Dermatologlcal agents: Yes 

Ammonium phenolsuifonate No 

Bismuth subgsUlate No 

Salicylic acid No 

Zinc phenolsuifonate No 

Zinc salicylate No 

Expectoremts and mucolytic agents: Yes 

Ethylenedlamlne dihydrlodide No 

Guaifenesin No 

iodlnated glycerol No 



See footnotes at end of table. 



MAL. 


PEN. 


MAL. 


PEN. 


MAL, 


PEN. 


SK. 




SK. 




TRD. 




SCH. 




SK. 




SK. 




PEN. 




SCH. 




SRL. 




LEM. 


PFZ. 


WYK. 




PD. 




PFZ. 




ARN. 


SK. 


ARN. 




ARN. 




ARN. 




ARN. 




OH. 




OH. 




PD. 




CPR. 




PFZ. 




UPJ. 




CAN. 




LLI. 




CGY. 




ABB. 




GAN. 




GAN, 


SOW. 


MRK. 




LLI. 




ABB, 


LLI. 


WYK. 




ABB, 


BUR. 


ABB. 




SAL. 




MAL. 




DOW 


, KLM. MON 


MAL. 


SAL. 


RSA. 




AJY, 


DPW. 


LLI, NOR. 


{')■ 





6-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 6-2— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sale* were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3; 



Gastrointestinal agents and therapeutic nutrients: Yes 

Gastrointestinal agents: No 

Choline chloride (all grades) : No 

Choline chloride (animal feed grade) No 

Choline chloride (medicinal grade) No 

Other gastrointestinal agents: No 

Betalne hydrochloride No 

Calcium polycarbophll No 

Choleretics and hydrocholeretlcs No 

Choline No 

Choline bicarbonate No 

Choline bitartrate No 

Choline citrate No 

Choline dihydrogen citrate No 

Cimetldine No 

Cimetidlne hydrochloride No 

Colestipol hydrochloride No 

Dihydroxyalumlnum aminoacetate No 

Diphenoxylate No 

Docusate . calcium No 

Docusate, potassium No 

Docusate , sodium No 

Famotlolne No 

Gemfibrozil No 

Methscopolamlne bromide No 

Nizatidine No 

Sucralfate No 

Therapeutic nutrients: No 

Calcium gluceptate No 

Copper gluconate No 

Magnesium gluconate No 

Manganese gluconate No 

Potassium gluconate No 

Zinc gluceptate No 

Zinc gluconate No 

Hormones and synthetic substitutes: No 

Anabolic agents and androgens: No 

Fluoxymesterone No 

Methyitestosterone No 

Stanozolol No 

Testosterone No 

Testosterone cyplonate No 

Testosterone propionate No 

Zeranol No 

Ail other anabolic agents and androgens No 

Corticosteroids: No 

Aciomethasone No 

Bet2tmethasone No 

Betamethasone diproplonate No 

Betamethasone sodium phosphate No 

Betamethasone valerate No 

Cortisone acetate No 

Dexamethasone No 

Dexamethasone sodium phosphate No 

DIflorasone diacetate No 

Fludrocortisone acetate No 

Fluorometholone No 

Malclnonide No 

Hydrocortisone No 

Hydrocortisone acetate No 

Medrysone No 

Meprednlsone No 



CHO, 


HFT, NUT. 


CHO, 


HFT, TMH 


CHO. 


HFT, UPJ. 


DAN, 


LLI. 


UPJ. 




HFT, 


RSA. 


CHO, 


HFT. 


CHO, 


HFT. 


CHO. 




CHO. 


HFT. 


SK. 




SK. 




UPJ. 




CHT. 




MAL. 




MAL. 




ACY. 




ACY, 


MAL. 


MRK. 




PO. 




UPJ. 




LIL. 




SK. 




PFN. 




PFZ. 




PFZ. 




PFZ. 




PFZ. 




PFN. 




PFZ. 




UPJ. 




n. 




SD. 




n. 




(*). 




(M. 




IMC. 




(*). 




SCH. 




SCH. 




SCH, 


(')• 


SCH. 




SCH, 


(»). 


MRK, 


UPJ. 


MRK, 


(»). 


(»). 




MRK, 


UPJ. 


UPJ. 




UPJ. 




TRD. 




UPJ. 




UPJ. 




UPJ. 




UPJ. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



6-9 



Section 6 

Table 6-2— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3) 



Hormones and synthetic substitutes— Continued No 

Corticosteroid— Continued No 

Methylprednisolono No 

Prednisolone No 

Prednisolone acetate No 

Prednisone No 

Trieuncinolone No 

Triamcinolone acetonlde No 

Triamcinolone diacetate No 

All other corticosteroids No 

Estrogens and progestogens No 

Estrogens : No 

Estradiol cyplonate No 

Estrogens, conjugated No 

Estrogens, osterlfied No 

Ail other estrogens No 

Progestogens: No 

Alprostadll No 

DInoprostone No 

Hydroxyprogesterone No 

Medroxyprogesterone acetate No 

Megestrol acetate No 

Meiengestroi acetate No 

Progesterone No 

Synthetic hypoglycemic agents: No 

Chlorpropamide No 

Glipizide No 

Tolazamide No 

Tolbutamide No 

Thyroid hormone and euitithyroid agents: No 

Methimazole No 

Thyroglobulln No 

Other hormones and synthetic substitutes : No 

Calcitonin No 

Corticotropin No 

Daneizol No 

Flutamlde No 

Glucagon No 

Gonadoreiin, acetate No 

Humatrope No 

Insulin No 

Local anesthetics: No 

Benzocaine No 

Butamben No 

Butamben picrate No 

Cocaine No 

DibuceUne No 

Dibucaine hydrochloride No 

Udocalne No 

Lidocalne hydrochloride No 

Pramoxine hydrochloride No 

Renal-acting and edema-reducing agents: No 

Benzothladlazine derivatives: No 

Chiorothleizide No 

Hydrochlorothiazide No 

Methyciothiazide No 

Polythiazide No 

Trichiormethiaalde No 

Other renal-acting and edema-reducing agents: No 

Acetazoiamide No 

Amiiorlde hydrochloride No 

Canrenoate, potassium No 



ABB. SCH. UPJ. 

MRK. UPJ. 

UPJ. 

UPJ. 

TRD, (»). 

TRD. (»). 

TRD. (»). 



UPJ. 
ORG. 
ORG. 
ORG. 



UPJ. 

OWN, UPJ. 

{'). 

UPJ. 

UPJ. 

UPJ. 

PFZ. 
PFZ. 

n. 

UPJ. 

LIL. 
NEP. 

ARP. 

ARP. ORG. 

SO. 

SCH. 

LIL. 

ABB. 

LIL. 

LIL. 

MAL. WYK. 
ABB. WYK. 
ARN. 
MAL. 
CGY. 
CGY. 

LEM. WYK. 
LEM. WYK. 
ABB. 



MRK. 

CGY. MRK. SK. 

ABB. 

PFZ. 

SCH. 

ACY. 
MRK. 
SRL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



6-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 

Table 6-2— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manutacturers' identification codes 
(according to list In table 6-3) 



Renal-acting and edema-reducing agents— Continued No 

Other renal-acting and edema-reducing agents— Cont. No 

Probenecid No 

Spironolactone No 

Triamterene No 

Smooth muscle relaxants: No 

Atracurium besyiate No 

Flavoxate hydrochloride No 

Oxtriphylline No 

Papaverine hydrochloride No 

Vitamins: Yes 

Vitamin A: No 

Beta carotene (provitamin A) No 

Tretinoin (vitamin A acid) No 

Vitamin A acetate (medicinal grade) No 

Vitamin A alcohol No 

Vitamin A palmltate (medicinal grade) No 

All other vitamin A No 

Vitamin B-complox: No 

Niacin and derivatives: No 

Niacin (medicinal grade) No 

Niacinamide (medicinal grade) No 

Pantothenic acid derivatives: No 

Dexpanthenol No 

Panthenol No 

Other B-complex vitamins: No 

Biotin No 

Cyanocobalamin (medicinal grade) No 

Riboflavin (animal feed grade) No 

Riboflavin (modlcineU grade) No 

Rlboflavln-5-phosphate, sodium No 

Thiamine mononitrate No 

Vitamin C: No 

Ascorbic acid No 

Calcium ascorbate No 

Sodium ascorbate No 

All other vitamin C No 

Vitamin D: No 

Ergocalclferol (vitamin Dj) No 

Vitamin E No 

Ol-a-tocopheryi acetate (aN grades) : No 

dl-a-Tocopheryl acetate (animal feed grade) No 

dl-a-Tocopheryl acetate (medicinal grade) No 

Other vitamin E : No 

d-a-Tocopherol No 

dl-a-Tocopherol No 

d-a-Tocopheryi acetate No 

d-a-Tocopheryl acid succinate No 

Poly(oxy-1 ,2-ethanedlyl)-a-tocopheryl acetate 

(all grades) : No 

Other vitamin E ; No 

Miscellaneous medicinal chemicals: Yea 

Antineoplastic agents: No 

Azathioprine No 

Carboplatln No 

CIsplatIn No 

Cytaraibine No 

Qailium nitrate No 

Leuprolide acetate No 

Mitomycin No 

Prociu-bazine hydrochloride No 

Streptozocin No 

Vinblastine sulfate No 

Vincristine sulfate No 



MRK. SAL. 
SRL. 
QAN, SK. 

BUR. 
SK. 
PD. 
CHT. 



HOP. 

EK. 

HOP. 

EK. HOP. 

HOP. 

EK. 



RIL. 
NEP. RIL. 

HOP. 
HOP. 

AMD, HOP. 

MRK. 

MRK. 

HOP. 

HOP. 

HOP, TKD. 

HOP. TKD. 
HOP. 
HOP. 
HOP. 

VTM. 



BAS. HOP. 
BAS. HOP. 

EKT. SCP. 
HOP. 

EKT. SCP. 
EKT. SCP. 



BUR. 

MRX. 

BRS, MRX. 

PPN, UPJ. 

MRX. 

ABB. 

BRS. 

HOP. 

PPN. 

LIL. 

LIL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



6-11 



Section 6 



Table 6-2— Continued 



Medicinal chemical* for which U.S. production and/or aalea were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
198S 



Medicinal chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manutacturers' Identltlcatlon codes 
(according to list In table 6-0) 



Miscellaneous medicinal chemicals— Continued Yea 

Cardiovascular agents: No 

Antihypertensive agents: No 

Captcprll No 

DIazoxIde No 

Dllevalol hydrochloride No 

Doxazosin mesylate No 

Hydralazine hydrochloride No 

Llslnopril No 

Methyldopa No 

Metoprolol tartrate No 

Minoxidil No 

Nadolol No 

Phenoxybenzamlne No 

Prazosin No 

Sodium nitroprusslde No 

Torewosin No 

Enalaprll maleate No 

Vasodilators: No 

Amyl nitrite No 

Nicotlnyl alcohol tartrate No 

Nifedipine No 

Other cardiovascular agents: No 

DIsopyramlde phosphate No 

Lovastatin No 

Procainamide hydrochloride No 

Propranolol hydrochloride No 

Simvastatin No 

Tocalnlde No 

Diagnostic agents: No 

Roentgenographic contrast media: No 

Diatrlzoate, sodium No 

lohexol No 

lothalamate. meglumine No 

Other diagnostic agents: No 

Albumin No 

Aminohlppuric acid No 

Edrophonium chloride No 

Qlutamyl-p-nltroanlllne (liver function test) No 

Metyrapone No 

Xylose (Intestinal malabsorption test) No 

All other diagnostic agents, other than 

roentgenographic contrast media No 

Hematological agents: No 

Anticoagulants : No 

Ammonium heparin No 

Benzalkonlum heparin No 

DIcumarol f^o 

Lithium heparin No 

Potassium warfarin No 

Sodium heparin No 

Warfarin No 

Other hematological agents: No 

Cellulose, oxidized No 

Dextran No 

Unclassified medicinal chemicals: No 

Allopurlnol No 

Carbldopa No 

Olsulfuram No 

Etidronate, disodlum No 

Levodopa No 

Nicotine polacrllex No 



TRD, 

SCH. 

SCH. 

PFZ. 

COY. 

MRK. 

MRK. 

COY. 

UPJ. 

TRD. 

SK. 

ABB. 

ABB. 

ABB. 

MRK. 

BUR. 
ARN. 
PFZ. 

SRL. 
MRK. 
PO. WYK. 
WYK. 
MRK. 
MRK. SDW. 



SOW. 

SD. 

MAL. 

SPR. 
WYK. 
MRX. 
REQ. 
CQY. 
PFN. 



PFZ. 



SPR. 

RIK. 

ABB. 

SPR. 

('). 

SPR. 

SDW. 

EKT. 
PHR. 

BUR. 
MRK. 
ABB. 
NOR. 
SRL. 
WYK. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



6-12 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 6-2— Continued 

Medicinal chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Medicinal chemicals statistics^ (according to list in table 6-3) 

Miscellaneous medicinal chemicals— Continued Yes 

Unclassified medicinal chemicals— Continued No 

Sodium tetradecyl sulfate No MRX. 

Tacrine No PD. 

Ail other medicinal chemicals No ABB, BIB. 

' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are indicated by 'yes.' Chemlcads for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

' The manufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 

Source: Complied from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



6-13 



Section 6 



TabI* 6-3 

Medicinal ch«mlcal«; 



DirACtory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code. 1989 



Code 



Name ot company 



Code 



Name of company 



ABB Abbott Laboratohaa 

ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

ADC Anderson Development Co. 

AJY AJay Chemicals, Inc. 

AMD Cycio Products. Inc. 

ANQ Angus Chemical Co. 

ARN Arenol Chemical Corp. 

ARP Armour Pharmaceutical Co. 

ARS Arsynco, Inc.. Sub. DIv. ot Aceto Corp. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

Beecham. Inc.: 

BEE Beecham Laboratrles DIv. 

SEW Beecham Western Hemisphere. Inc. 

BIB Beckman Instruments. Inc., Spinco Dtv. 

BKC J. T. Baker Chemical Co. 

BOC Blocraft Laboratories. Inc. 

BOT The Boots Company 

BRS Bristol-Myers Co. 

BUR Burroughs Wellcome Co. 

CQY Clba-Gelgy Corp. 

CHL Chemol Co. 

CHO Ducon 

CHT Chattem. Inc. 

CPR Certified Processing Corp. 

OWN Upjohn Co. . Fine Chemicals 

DAN Dan River. Inc. . Chemical Products DIv. 

DOW Dov» Chemical Co. 

DPW Deepwater. Inc. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. , Inc. 

Medical Products Dept. 

EK Eastman Kodak Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. DIv. 

FLM Fleming Laboratories. Inc. 

QAF QAF Corp . , Chemical Qroup 

QAN Qanes Chemicals. Inc. 

HFT Syntex Agribusiness. Inc. 

HOP Hoffmann-LaRoche. Inc. 

HXL Hexcel Corp. . Hexcel Chemical 

Products 

IMC IMC Rtman-Moore. Inc. 

ISP Inspec Chemical Corp. 

KAN Kanasco. LTD 

KLM Kalama ChemlcsU. Inc. 

LEM Napp Chemicals. Inc. 

LIL Ell Lilly & Co. . Ell Lilly Industries. Inc. 

LLI Lee Laboratories . Inc . 



MAL Malllnckrodt. Inc. 

MHI Morton International. Inc.. Ventron DIv 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRK Merck & Co.. Inc. 

MRX Johnson Matthey, Inc. 

NEP Nepera Inc. 

NOR Norwich Eaton Pharmaceutical. Inc. 

NUT Bloproducts. Inc. 

OH Anaquest 

ORQ Organlcs/LaQrange. Inc. 

ORT Roehr Chemicals. Inc.. DIv. of Aceto 

Corp. 

PD Parke-Davis DIv. of Warner-Lambert 

Co. 

PEN PenIck Corp. 

PFN Pfanstlehl Laboratories. Iru:. 

PHH Pharmachem Corp . 

RCN Racon. Inc. 

RDA Rhone- Poulene. Inc. 

REQ Regis Chemical Co. 

RIK RIker Laboratories. Inc. Sub of 3M Co. 

RIL Rellly Industries, Inc. 

RSA R.S.A. Corp. 

SAL Solvay Animal Health, Inc. 

SCH The Sobering Corp. 

SCP Henkel Corp. 

SD Sterling Drug , Inc . : 

Sterling Pharmaceuticals. Inc. 

SDW Sterling Organlcs DIv. 

SK Smithkllne Beecham Chemicals 

SPR Scientific Protein Laboratories 

SRL Q.D. Searle & Co. 

TKD Takeda Chemical Product USA, Inc. 

TMH Harcros Chemicals, Inc. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TRD Bristol Myers Squibb Co. 

TX Texaco Chemical Co. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp. , Industrial 

Chemical DIv. 

UPJ Upjohn Co. 

VTM Vitamins, Inc. 

WYK Wyckotf Chemical Co. , Inc. 

WYT Wyeth Laboratories. Inc.. Wyeth 

Laboratories DIv. of American Home 

Products Corp. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 7 
Flavor and Perfume Materials 

Flavor and perfume materials are organic 
chemicals used to impart flavors and aromas to 
foods, beverages, cosmetics, and soaps. These 
aroma chemicals are also utilized to neutralize or 
mask unpleasant odors in industrial processes and 
products, as well as in consumer products. 

Total domestic production of flavor and 
perfume materials in 1989 amounted to 64.3 
million kilograms (see figure 7-1). Sales of these 
materials in 1989 amounted to 38.4 million 
kilograms, valued at $1,005.2 million, compared 
with 43.1 million kilograms, valued at $866.1 
million, in 1988. U.S. production of flavor and 
perfume materials in 1989 decreased by 12.5 
percent from the level in 1988 while the value of 
sales increased by 16.1 percent. 

Production of cyclic flavor and perfume 
materials in 1989 amounted to 38.1 million 
kilograms; sales amounted to 27.5 million 



kilograms, valued at $908.5 million. Individual 
publishable chemicals in the cyclic group 
produced in the greatest volume in 1989 were 
anethole (1.2 million kilograms), and eugenol 
(131 thousand kilograms). 

U.S. output of acyclic flavor and perfume 
materials in 1989 amounted to 26.2 million 
kilograms; sales of these materials amounted to 
10.9 million kilograms, valued at $96.8 million. 
Individual publishable acyclic flavor and perfume 
chemicals produced in the greatest volume in 
1989 were geranyl acetate (93 thousand 
kilograms) and citronellyl acetate (30 thousand 
kilograms) . 

Table 7-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 7-3. 

Eric Land 

202-252-1349 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3349) 



Rgur* 7-1 

Flavor and perfum* materials: U.S. production, 1985-89 



Minions 

of kilograms 



80' 



70- 






































60- 
























~ 


50- 




fe: 






40- 












30 - 












20- 
10- 






















0- 













1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



7-1 



Section 7 

Table 7-1 

Ravor and perfume materials: U.S. production and tales, 1989 

Sales Average 

Unit 

Flavor and perfume materials Production Quantity Value value' 

1,000 1.000 1,000 Per 

kilograms kilograms dollars kilogram 

Grand total 64.324 38.420 1.005.243 $26.16 

Cyclic 

Total 38.097 27.502 908.457 33.03 

Benzenold and Naphthalenold 

Total 29.425 21.911 839.812 38.33 

4-Allyl-2-methoxyphonol 

(Eugenol) 131 52 356 6.85 

Anisyl acetate 9 (*) (') (") 

2-Ethyl hexyl salicylate 57 43 297 6.87 

P-Methoxy benzyl alcohol 

(Anisyl alcohol) 5 5 112 20.93 

Phenethyl Isobutyrate 7 7 110 14.77 

2-Phenethyl phenylacetate 13 8 122 14.86 

p-Propenylanlsole (Anethole) 1.179 1,223 11,006 9.00 

All other benzenold and 

naphthalenold materials 28.024 20,573 827,809 40.24 

Terpenoid, Heterocyclic, and AUcycllc 

Total 8,672 5,591 68,645 12.28 

Cedryl acetate 81 55 712 12.82 

gamma-Methyllonone 589 326 6,657 20.44 

a-Terplneol 1,114 863 1,798 2.08 

Vetlvenyl acetate (») 4 538 129.74 

All other terpenoid, heterocyclic, 

and allcycllc materials 6.888 4,343 58.940 13.57 

Acyclic 

Total 26.227 10,918 96,786 8.86 

CItronellyl acetate 30 18 285 15.63 

CItronellyl formate 8 5 105 19.92 

3 , 7-Dlmethyl-cls-2 , 6-octadlenol , 
acetate 

(Neryl acetate) 10 10 124 11.91 

Ethyl hexanoate 14 9 102 11.72 

Geranyl formate 4 3 74 22.04 

Geranyl acetate 93 85 800 9.36 

Rhodlnol 2 1 403 294.15 

All other acyclic materials 26.066 10.787 94.893 8.80 

' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

' Reported data are accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



7-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 7-2 

navor and perfume materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Flavor and perfume materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 7-3) 



Cyclic: 

Benzenold and naphthalenold: 

Acetaldehyde ethyl phenethyl acetal No 

Acetaldehyde phenethyl propyl acetal No 

2'-Acetonaphthone (P - Methyl naphthy I ketone) No 

1-Acetoxy-2-8ec-butyl-1-ethenylcyclohexane No 

p-Allylanlsole No 

4_Allyl-l ,2-dlmethoxybenzene (4-Allylveratrole) No 

4-Allyl-2-methoxyphenol (Eugenol) Yes 

CK-Amyl cinnamic aldehyde No 

Amyl cinnamic aldehyde dimethyl acetal No 

Amy! cinnamyl alcohol No 

p-Anlsaldehydo No 

Anisyl acetate Yes 

Aurantlol No 

Benzaldehyde glyceryl acetal No 

Benzophenone No 

Benzyl acetate No 

Benzyl benzoate No 

Benzyl butyrate No 

Benzyl cinnamate No 

Benzyl formate No 

Benzyl Isobutyrate No 

Benzyl Isopentyl ether No 

Benzyl Isovalerate No 

1 - ( Benzyloxy ) -2-methoxy-4-propenylbenzene 

(Benzyl Isoeugenyl ether) No 

Benzyl phenylacetate No 

Benzyl propionate No 

Benzyl salicylate No 

p-tert-Butyl-a-methylhydroclnnamalehyde No 

N-(3-{p-tert-Butylphenyl)-2-methylpropylldene)- 

anthranltlllc acid, methyl ester No 

Carvacrol No 

CIneole (eucalyptoll No 

CInnamaldehyde No 

Cinnamyl acetate No 

CInnemiyl alcohol No 

Cinnamyl butyrate No 

Cinnamyl cinnamate No 

Cinnamyl nitrlle No 

Cinnamyl propionate No 

Coumarin No 

Cumlnyl acetate No 

Cumlnyl alcohol No 

trans-Decahydro-P -naphthol No 

trans-Decahydro-P-naphthyl acetate No 

2-4-Dlbromo-6-nltro-m-cresyl methyl ether No 

DIhydrocoumarIn No 

1 .2-Dlmethoxy-4-propenylbenzene 

(4-Propenylveratrole) No 

P,4,Dlmethyl-3-cyclohexene-1-propanal No 

7,4-Dlmethyl-3-cyclohexene-1-propanol No 

3.7-Dlmethyl-1 , 6-octadlen-3-yl formate No 

3 , 7-Dlmethyl-2 , 6-octadlenyl phenylacetate 

(Geranyl phenylacetate) No 

a.a-Dlmethylphenethyl acetate No 

N- (p-Ethoxycarbonylphenyl) -N ' -ethyl-N' - 

phenylformamldlne No 

2-Ethoxynaphthalene No 



IFF. 

IFF. 

GIV. 

GIV. 

SCM, (»). 

CI. 

BDS, CI, ELN, FB, GIV. 

FB. 

FB. 

IFF. 

FB. 

ELN, FB, GIV. 

BDS. FB. 

FB, GIV. 

CWN, PD. 

FB. HAR. 

KLM, MRF. 

ELN, FB. HAR. 

FB. 

FB. 

ELN. 

GIV. 

ELN. 

GIV. 

ELN, GIV. 
ELN, FB. 
FB. HAR. 
GIV. 

GIV. 

GIV. 

SCM. 

FB. 

ELN, FB. 

FB. 

FB. 

FB. 

IFF. 

ELN. 

RDA. 

IFF. 

GIV. 

IFF. 

IFF. 

GIV. 

ARS. 

CI. 
('). 
CI. 
GIV. 

GIV. 
IFF. 

GIV. 
GIV. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



7-3 



Section 7 

Table 7-2— Continued 

Ravor and psrfuma materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Flavor and perfume materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 7-3) 



Cyclic— Continued: 

Benzenold and naphthalenold— Continued 

Ethyl anthranllato No FB. 

Ethyl cinnamate No ELN. 

Ethyl-a. p-epoxy-p-methyihydroclnneunate No ELN. 

2-Ethylhexyl-p-methoxy cinnamate No GIV. 

2-Ethyl hexyl salicylate Yes FB, FEL. HAR. 

Ethyl phenylacetate No ELN. 

Ethyl salicylate No FB. 

Hellotropyl acetate No IFF. 

Hellotropyl acetone No AMB. 

Hexahydro-5-methoxy-4.7-methano-1H-lndene No (*). 

cls-3-Hoxenyl salicylate No BDS, IFF. 

a-Hexylclnnamaldehydo No CI. 

Hydratropaldehyde. dimethyl acetal No FB, IFF. 

Hydroclnnjunlc add No ELN. 

Hydrocoumarln No ELN, GIV. 

Hydroxycltronellal methyl anthranllate No GIV, IFF. 

4-Hydroxy-3-ethoxybenzaldehyde (Ethylvanlllln) No RDA. 

3-Hydroxy-4-methoxyb8n2aldehyde (Iso-vanlllln) No RDA. 

4-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzaldehyde [Vanillin] No RAY. 

4 (4-Hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl) -2-butanone 

(Vanlllyacetone) No GIV. 

p-Hydroxy phenylbutanone No GIV. 

Indole No FB. 

Isoamyl phenylacetate No ELN. 

Isoamyl salicylate No FB. 

Isobutyl phenylacetate No ELN, FB. 

Isobutylqulnollne No IFF. 

Isobutyl salicylate No FB. 

Isohexenyl tetrahydrobenzaldehyde (Myrac aldehyde) . . No IFF. 

Isopentyl benzoate No GIV. 

Isopentyl seUlcylate No HAR. 

I-Umonene No SCM . 

Unalyl anthranllate No BDS. 

p-Mentha-1 ,8-dlene (Umonene) No IFF. 

o-Methoxy benzaldehyde No CI . 

p-Methoxybenzyl alcohol (Anisyl alcohol) Yes ELN, FB, GIV. 

2-Methoxynaphthalene No GIV. 

1-p-Mothoxyphenyl penten-1-one-3 

(Gt-Methyl-anlsalacotone) No GIV. 

3-(2-Methoxyphenyl)-2-propenal No CI. 

2-Methoxy-4-propenylphenol (Isoeugenol) No CI, FB. 

2-Methoxy-4-propenylphenol acetate No ELN. 

2-Methoxy-4-propylphenol No CI. 

4'-Methylacetophenone No CWN. 

p-Methylanisole No GIV. 

Methyl anthranllate No FB, PSG. 

^-Methylbenzene propan2d No CI. 

Methyl benzoate No KLM. MRF. 

a-Methylbenzyl acetate (Styralyl acetate) No IFF. 

Qf-Methylclnnamaldehyde No FB, IFF. 

Methyl cinnamate No FB. 

1,2-Methylenedloxy-4-propylene benzene (IsoSafrole) . No AMB. 

p-Methylhydratropaldehyde No GIV. 

3-Methyllndole (Slcatole) No GIV. 

Methyl-N-methylanthranllate No AMB. 

Or-Methyl-3,4-mothylene dioxyhydroclnnamaldehyde ... No QIV. 

Methyl phenylacetate No ELN, FB. GIV. 

3-Methyl-5-phenyl-1-pentanol No IFF. 

Methyl salicylate No KLM, MON, RDA. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



7-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 

Table 7-2— Continued 

Ravor and perfume materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Flavor and perfume materials 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 7-3) 



Cyclic— Continued: 

Benzenold and naphthalenold— Corftlnued 
Octzihydro-5-mothoxy-4,7-methano-1H-lndene, 2- 

carboxaldehyde No 

1,1.3.3,5-Pentamethyl-4.6-dlnltrolndan (Moskene) .... No 

a-Pentylclnnamaldehyde No 

Phenothyl acetate No 

Phenethyl alcohol No 

Phenothyl formate No 

Phenothyl Isobutyrato Yes 

Phenothyl isovalerato No 

2-Phenethyl phenylacotate Yes 

Phenothyl propionate No 

Phenothyl salicylate No 

2-Phonoxyothyl Isobutyrate No 

Phenylacotaldehyde No 

Phenylacetaldehyde. dimethyl acetal No 

Phenylacetic acid No 

Phenylacotic acid leopentyl ester No 

a-Phonylanlsolo No 

4-Phonyl-3-buton-2-one No 

Phenylothyl benzoate No 

Phenylothyl 2-mothyl butyrate No 

Phenylothyl tiglate No 

3-Phonyl-1-propanol (Hydroclnnamic alcohol) No 

3-Phonylpropyl acetate No 

3-Phonylpropyl cinnamate No 

Rporonal (Hollotropln) No 

p-Proponylanlsole (Anothole) Yes 

p-Propylanl80l (DIhydroanethole) No 

p-Tolualdohyde No 

p-Tolylacetaldehyde No 

p-Tolyl acetate No 

p-Tolyl Isobutyrate No 

p-Tolyl octanoate No 

p-Tolylphonylacotate No 

Trimothyl benzyl dioxane No 

Trimothylcyclohoxyl salicylate No 

Sweeteners, synthetic: 

Cyclohexanosulfaimic acid (Cyclamic acid) No 

Cyclohexanesulfamic acid, sodium salt (Sodium 

cyclamate) No 

Saccharin (1,2- Bonzlsothlazolln-S-one ,-1,1- 

dloxldo) No 

Saccharin, sodium salt No 

Totramothyl, octahydro acotophenone No 

Totramethyl octahydro acetyl naphthalene No 

All other synthetic sweetener material No 

All other benzenold or naphthalenold chemicals No 

Terpenoid, heterocyclic, and allcycllc: 

Acetyl-n-butyryl (2,3-Hexanodlono) No 

Acetyl codrono (Vortoflex) No 

Acetyl Isovaloryl (5-Methyl-2,3-hexanedlone) No 

Acetyl methyl anthranllate No 

Acetyl proplonyl (2,3-Pentanedlone) No 

Allo-oclmeno No 

Allyl cyclohexyl propionate No 

Amyl cyclohexyl acetate No 

Amyrls acetate No 

Beta methyl lonone coeur No 

2-tert-Butyl cyclohoxanol No 

2-soc-Butylcyclohoxanone No 



CI. 

QIV. 

CI. 

FB, IFF. 

FB. IFF. 

ELN. 

ELN, FB, QIV, IFF. 

ELN. 

BDS, ELN, FB, GIV. IFF. 

ELN. 

GIV. 

FB. IFF. 

GIV. (»). 

CI. 

GIV. 

QIV. 

GIV. 

FB. 

IFF. 

SCM. 

FB. 

FB. 

ELN. QIV. 

FB. 

AMB. 

ARZ, FB, NCI, SCM. 

GIV. 

GIV. 

QIV. 

ELN. 

IFF. 

IFF. 

GIV. 

IFF. 

ARS. 

ABB. 

ABB. 

PSG. 

PSG. 

IFF. 

IFF. 

NSW. 

FB, IFF. 

FB. 

BDS. 

FB. 

AMB. 

FB. 

SCM, («), 

GIV. 

IFF. 

GIV. 

IFF. 

IFF. 

GIV. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



7-5 



Section 7 

Table 7-2— Continued 

Ravor and perfume materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Flavor and perfume materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 7-3) 



Cyclic— Continued: 

Terpenoid, heterocyclic, and allcyciic— Continued 

o-tert-Butylcyciohexyl acetate No 

p-tert-Butylcyciohexyl acetate (Verbenlax) No 

Canrenoate, potassium No 

l-Carvone No 

P-Caryopliyllene No 

Ced2u-wood acetate No 

a-Cedrene epoxide (Andrane) No 

Cedrenoi No 

Cedrol No 

Cedryl acetate Yes 

Cedryl formate No 

Dlliydro-Cyclacet No 

Dlhydronordicyciopentadienyi acetate (Cyclacet) No 

Dihydronordlcyclopentadlenyi propionate 

(Cyclaprop) (Verdyi propionate extra) No 

DIhydro terplneoi No 

Dimethyi-alpha-lonone No 

DImetliyl cyclohexane methanol No 

2. 6-Dimethylheptan-2-ol No 

Ethyl furcate No 

Fenchol No 

Galaxolide (1 .3,4,6.7,8-Hexahydro-4,6.6,7.a.8- 
hexamethyl-cyciopenta-'y-2-benzopyran) No 

GueUacwood acetate No 

Guaiene No 

2-l-leptylcyclopentanone No 

IHexadecanolide No 

2-Hexyl-2-cyclopenten-1-one No 

3-Hydroxy-2-ethyl-4-pyrone (EthylmeUtol) No 

4-(4-Hydroxy-4-methyl pentyl)-3-cyclohexene-10- 

carboxaldehyde (LyraU) No 

3-Hydroxy-2-methyl-4-pyrone (Maltol) No 

4-l-lydroxynoneuiic acid, 'y-lactone ("y-Nonalactone) . . No 
4-l-lydro.xyundecanolc acid, 7-lactone 

( 7-Undecalactone) No 

lonone(a- and P-) No 

CK-ionone No 

Isobomyl acetate No 

isobornyl methyl ether No 

Isobomyl propionate No 

Isolonglfolene epoxide No 

Isomenthone No 

6-lsopropyldecalone No 

Isopulegyl acetate No 

p-Mentha-1 ,3-dlene (a-Terplnene) No 

p-Mentha-1 ,4-dlene O -Terpinene) No 

p-Mentha-6,8-dlen-z-ol (Carveol) No 

p-Mentha-6.8-dlen-z-one (Carvone, Carvol) No 

1-p-Mentha-6.8-dlen-2-yl acetate (Carvyl acetate) . . No 

p-Menth-8-en-3-ol (Isopulegol) No 

p-Menth-1-en-3-one (PIperitone) No 

p-Menth-4-(8)-en-3-one (Puiegone) No 

1-1-p-Menthen-6-yl-1-propanone No 

dl-Menthol, synthetic No 

l-Menthol, synthetic No 

Menthyl acetate No 

l-Menthyl acetate No 

ct-Methylcyclohexanemethanol No 

Methyllonone(a- and P-) No 

"y-Methyllonone Yes 



CI. IFF. 




IFF. 






IFF. 






SCM. 






BDS. 


QIV, 


SCM. 


IFF. 






BOS. 






ELN. 


IFF. 




ELN. 


IFF. 




BOS, 


ELN, 


IFF. 


IFF. 






IFF. 






CI. 






CI. 






NCI, 


SCM. 




FB. 






IFF. 






QIV. 






IFF, 


SCM. 




SCM 






IFF. 






ELN. 


FB. 




FB. 






IFF. 






IFF. 






FB. 






PFZ. 






IFF. 






PFZ. 






ELN. 






ELN. 






BOS, 


QIV, 


NCI. 


GIV, 


IFF. 




SCI\4 






SCM 






ELN. 






GIV. 






GIV. 






QIV. 






QIV. 






SCM 






SCM 






FB. 






FB. 






FB. 






QIV. 






QIV. 






GIV. 






GIV. 






AMB 


, GIV, 


HAR, NCI 


HAR. 


SCM 




GIV, 


SCM. 




SCM 






(»). 






GIV. 


IFF, 1 


NCI. 


BDS. 


GIV, 


IFF, NCI. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



7-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 7-2— Continued 

Flavor and perlume materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Flavor and perfume materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 7-3) 



Cyclic— Continued: 

Terpenoid, heterocyclic, and allcycllc— Continued 

6-Methyl-Qf-lonone No 

Nopyl acetate No 

para-Cymeno No 

Propyl furylacrylate No 

Rose oxide No 

Terplnene-ol No 

a-Terplneol Yes 

a-Terplnyl acetate No 

a-Terplnyl propionate No 

3,3,5-Trlmethyl cyclohexanol (m-Homomenthol) .... No 

Trimethyl cyclohexenyl butenone No 

1-(2,6.6-Trlmethyl-2-cyclohexen-1-yl)-1,6-heptadlen- 

3-one (Allyl-a-lonone) No 

a,a,5-Trlmethyl-5-vlnyl-furfuryl alcohol and 

tetrahydro-2.2,6-trlmethyl-6-vlnyl-3-ol No 

5- ( 2 . 2 . 3-Trlmethyl (yclopent-3-en- 1 -yl) -3- 

methylpentan-2-ol No 

Vetlvenol No 

Vetlvenyl acetate Yes 

All other terpenoid. hetercycllc. or allcycllc 

flavor and perfume chemicals No 

Acyclic: 

Allyl disulfide No 

Allyl heptanoate No 

Allyl hexanoate No 

Butanolc acid. 1 -cyclohexylethyl ester No 

Butyl butyryl lactate No 

CItral dimethyl acetal No 

CItronellyl acetate Yes 

CItronellyl formate Yes 

CItronellyl Isobutyrate No 

CItronellyl propionate No 

Crude acetate mixture (LInalyl.neryl.geranyl acetates. 

main components) No 

DecaneU (Capraldehyde) No 

Decyl acetate No 

Diethyl acetal No 

Diethyl sebacate No 

Diethyl succinate No 

DIhexyl fumarate No 

DIhydrocarvone No 

DIhydrollnalool No 

DIhydro myrcenol No 

DIhydro pentamethyl Indanone No 

DIhydroterplnyl acetate No 

1 , 1 -DImethoxy octane No 

4-(1 .1-Dlmethylethyl)cyclohexanol No 

Dimethyl hexanedlol No 

2,5-Dlmethyl-3-hexyne-2.5-dlol No 

3 . 7-Dlmethyl-trans-2 . 6-octadlenal 

(CItral A: Geranlal) No 

3. 7-Dlmethyl-2. 6-octadlenal (citral a & b) No 

3.7-Dlmethyl-2.6-octadlenenltrlle No 

3.7-Dlmethyl-cls-2.6-octadlen-1-ol (Nerol) No 

3.7-Dlmethyl-trans-2,6-octadlen-1-ol (Geranlol) No 

3.7-Dlmethyl-1 ,6-octadlen-3-ol (LInalool) 

ILlnalyl alcohol) No 



BDS. 


GIV. 


NCI, 


SCH^. 


SCfl^. 




AMB. 




FB. 




SCf*4, 




HPC, 


NCI. SCM 


NCI, 


SCf^. 


ELN. 




ARS. 




IFF. 





IFF. 



GIV. 



GIV. 

FB, GIV. IFF. 

BDS. ELN. FB, GIV. IFF. 

CI. GPI, IFF. SCM, STQ, (*), {'). 



IFF. 

ELN, FB. 

ELN. FB. 

CI. 

ELN, FB. 

FB. IFF. 

BDS. ELN. GIV. IFF. SCf^d. 

BDS. ELN. FB. GIV, IFF. 

ELN. GIV. IFF. 

IFF. 

(»). 

CI. 

GIV. 

FB. 

ELN. 

H/IRF. 

FB. 

SCM. 

SCM. 

SCM, (»). 

IFF. 

IFF, NCI, SCM. 

IFF. 

('). 

('). 

BDS. 

NCI. SCM. 

CI. 

ELN, FB. GIV, NCI. SCM. 

ELN. PEL. GIV, IFF. NCI. SCM. 

FB, IFF, SCM. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



7-7 



Section 7 

Table 7-2— Continued 

Ravor and perfume materials for which U.S. production and/or sale* were reported, Identified by 
manufacturer, 1989 



Flavor and perfume materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list in table 7-3) 



Acyclic: — Continued: 

3 , 7-Dlmethyl-cls-2 , 6-octadlenol , acetate 

(Neryl acetate) Yes 

3 , 7- Dimethyl- 1 , 6-octadlen-3-ol , acetate 

(LInalyl acetate) No 

3,7-Dlmethyl-1 ,6-octadlen-3-yl Isobutyrate 

(LInalyl Isobutyrate) No 

3,7-Dlmethyl-1 ,6-octadlen-3-yl propionate 

(LInalyl propionate. ) No 

DImethyloctanal No 

3.7-Dlmethyloctanol-1 (Tetrahydrogeranlol) No 

3,7-Dlmethyl-3-octanol No 

Dimethyloctanyl acetate No 

3,7-Dlmethyl-6-octen-1-al (CItronellal) No 

3.7-Dlmethyl-6-octenenltrlle No 

3,7-Dlmothyl-6-octen-1-ol (CItronellol) No 

3,7-Dlmethyl-7-octenol 70%, 6-octenol Isomer 30% No 

Ethyl acetate No 

Ethyl butyrate No 

Ethyl caprate No 

Ethyl formate No 

Ethyl heptanoate No 

Ethyl hexanoate Yes 

Ethyl Isobutyrate No 

Ethyl IsovsUerate No 

Ethyl laurate No 

Ethyl-2-methyl butyrate No 

Ethyl-2 methyl pentanoate No 

Ethyl myrlstate No 

Ethyl octanoate No 

Ethyl propionate No 

Ethyl trimethyl cyclopentenyl buterol No 

Ethyl valerate No 

Geranyl acetate Yes 

Geranyl butyrate No 

Geremyl crotonate No 

Geranyl ethyl ether No 

Geranyl formate Yes 

Geranyl Isobutyrate No 

Geranyl Isovalerate No 

Geranyl nitrlle (CItralva) No 

Geranyl propionate No 

Geranyl tiglate No 

Heptyl formate No 

Hexadecyl acetate No 

N-Hexanal No 

2-Hexenal No 

2-Hexenol No 

cl8-3-Hexen-1-yl acetate No 

cl8-3-Hexenyl butyrate No 

cls-3-Hexenyl methyl carbonate No 

cl8-3-Hexenyl tiglate No 

Hexoxyacetaldehyde dimethyl acetal No 

Hexyl 2-methylbutyrate No 

Hydroxycltronellol No 

7-Hydroxy-3 , 7-dlmethyl- 1 -octanal 

(Hydroxycltronellal) No 

7-Hydroxy-3, 7-dlmethyl octanal. dimethyl acetal 

(Hydroxycltronellal, dimethyl acetal) No 

Isoamyl caproate No 

isoamyl propionate No 

Isobutyl acetate No 



ELN, GIV. IFF. SCM. 

FB, GIV, SCM. 

GIV. 

GIV. 

GIV, SCM. 

GIV, IFF, NCI, SCM. 

FB, SCM. 

GIV, IFF. 

IFF, SCM. 

CI. 

ELN, GIV, IFF, NCI, SCM. 

GIV. 

FB. 

FB, HPC, NW. 

FB. 

FB. 

ELN, FB, FEL. 

ELN, FB, NW. 

FB. 

ELN. 

ELN, FB. 

FB, SCM. 

HPC. 

ELN. 

FB. 

FB. NW. 

IFF. 

ELN. 

BDS, CI, ELN, FB, FEL. GIV. IFF, NCI. 

SCM. 
ELN, GIV. 
FB. 
IFF. 

BDS. ELN, GIV. 
IFF. 
FB. 

IFF, SCM. 
ELN, FB. 
FB. 
FB. 
FB. 
CI. 

FB, GIV. 
FB. 

BDS. GIV, IFF. 
SCM. 
IFF. 
BDS. 
FB. 
SCM. 
SCM. 

FB. GIV, IFF, SCM. 

GIV. 
FB. 
FB. 
FB. NW. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



7-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Tabia 7-2— Continued 

Ravor and perfum* materials (or which U.S. production and/or tales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Flavor and perfume materials statistics' (according to list In table 7-3) 

Acyclic:— Continued: 

l80butyl-2-butenoate No AMB. 

Isobutyl butyrate No FB. 

Isopentyl acetate (Isoamyl acetate) No ELN. FB. NW. 

Isopentyl butyrate No FB, GIV, NW. 

Isopentyl formate No ELN. FB. 

Isopentyl Isovalerate No ELN, FB. HPC. 

3-Methyl-2-butenyl acetate No IFF. 

3-Mothyl butyl acetate No FB. 

3-Methyl butyl butyrate No FB. 

Methyl butynol No {'). 

2-Methyldecanal No CI . 

2-Methylene undecanal No (') . 

Methyl hexyl other No SCM. 

Methyl Isobutyrate No HPC. 

Methyl Isovalerate No FB. 

Methyl-2-mothyl butyrate No SCM. 

3-Methyl-2- [and 3)nonene nitrlle No QIV. 

Methyl pentynol No (*) . 

Methyl propionate No FB . 

2-Mothylundecanal No CI, GIV. 

Myrcenyl acetate No IFF. 

Myrlstaldohyde No GIV. 

Nonanal No CI . 

1 ,3-Nonanedlol acetate No ELN, GIV. SBC. 

Oclmene No IFF . 

Oclmenyl acetate No IFF. 

Octanal No CI. 

N-Octyl acetate No SCM . 

Octyl formate No FB . 

Octyl Isobutyrate No FB . 

Octyl Isovalerate No QIV. 

Pentyl acetate No FB . 

N-Propyl acetate No NW. 

Pseudo Unalyl acetate (Neobergamata) No IFF. 

Rhodlnol Yes FB, QIV. IFF. 

Tepyl acetate No ELN . 

Tetrahydro-alloclmerol(50/50 mixture of tetrahydro- 

llnalool and tetrahydro-myrcenol) No (•) . 

Tetrahydromyrcenol No SCM. 

Trimethyl-cyclododeca-trlenyl ethanone No IFF. 

3,5,5-Trlmothyl hexanai No IFF. 

Undecanal No CI, QIV. 

AH other acyclic flavor and perfume materials No FB. QIV, IFF, (') . 

' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 

data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

» The manufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



7-9 



Section 7 

Table 7-3 

Ravor and perfume materials: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ABB Abbott Laboratories 

AMB American Blo-Synthetlcs Corp. 

ARS Arsynco, Inc., Sub. Div., of Aceto 

Corp. 

ARZ Arizona Chemical Co. 

BDS Fragrance Resources, Inc. 

CI FIrmonlch, Inc. 

CWN Uplohn Co. , Fine Chemicals 

ELN Elan Chemical Co. 

FB Fritzsche Dodge & Olcott, Inc. 

FEL Felton Worldwide, Inc. 

GIV GIvaudan Corp. 

GPI Grindstod Products, Inc. 

HAR Haarmann & Relmer Corp. 

HPC Hercules. Inc. 

IFF International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc. 



MON Monsanto Co. 

MRF Morflex Inc. 

NCI Union Camp Corp. , BBA DIv. 

NSW Nutrasweet Co. 

NW Northwestem Chemical Co. 

PD Parke-Davis, DIv. of Warner-Lambert 

Co. 

PFZ Pfizer. Inc. 

PSG PMC Inc., Specialities Group, Inc. 

RAY Rayonler Chemical Products inc. 

RDA Rhone-Pouionc, Inc. 

SBC Scher Chemicals, Inc. 

SCM SCM Corp. , Glldco Organlcs 

STG McCormIck & Co. , Inc. 

McCormick-Stange Flavor DIv. 



Note.— Complete neunes, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



7-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 8 
Plastics and Resin Materials 

Plastics and resin materials are high molecular 
weight polymers which, at some stage in their 
manufacture, exist in such physical condition that 
they can be shaped or otherwise processed by the 
application of heat and pressure. The terms 
"plastics," "resin," and "polymers," can be (and 
often are) used interchangeably by the trade. 
Depending on the chemical composition, 
manufacturing process, or intended use, the 
commercial products may contain plasticizers, 
fillers, extenders, stabilizers, coloring agents, or 
other additives. There are about 40 to 50 basic 
plastics and resins which are available 
commercially. These basic materials are available 
in literally thousands of individual compounds 
each with its distinct properties depending on the 
molecular weight of the resin and the types and 
amounts of the additives present. Plastics 
materials may be molded, cast, or extruded into 
semifinished or finished solid forms. Resin 
materials may be in the form of solutions, pastes, 
or emulsions for applications such as protective 
coatings, adhesives, or paper and textile 
treatment. 

Statistics on U.S. production and sales of 
synthetic plastics and resin materials for 1989 are 
given in table 8-1. U.S. production of plastics 
and resin materials in 1989 totaled 26,995 million 
kilograms, or 6.3 percent less than the 28,820 
million kilograms produced in 1988. From 
1985-89, the production of plastics and resin 
materials increased irregularly from 22,679 
million kilograms in 1985 to 26,995 million 
kilograms in 1989, or at an average, annual rate 
of growth of 4.5 percent (see figure 8-1). Sales in 
1989 totaled 23,819 million kilograms, valued at 
$32,180 million, compared with 25,057 million 
kilograms, valued at $33,831 million, in 1988. 



Thermosetting materials are those which 
harden with a change in composition in the final 
treatment so that in their final state as finished 
articles they are substantially infusible and 
insoluble; that is, they cannot again be softened 
by heat or solvents. U.S. production of 
thermosetting materials totaled 4,033 million 
kilograms in 1989, compared with 4,352 million 
kilograms in 1988. Production of the most 
important products in 1989 included phenolic 
(834 million kilograms), amino (urea and 
melamine) resins (1,015 million kilograms), 
polyester resins, unsaturated (608 million 
kilograms), and alkyd resins (322 million 
kilograms) . 

Thermoplastic materials are those which in 
their final state as finished articles can be 
repeatedly softened by heat and hardened by a 
decrease in temperattire. U.S. production of 
thermoplastic materials totaled 22,962 million 
kilograms in 1989 (or 85.1 percent of the total 
plastics and resin materials output for 1989), 
compared with 24,468 million kilograms in 1988. 
Production of the most important products in 
1989 included polyethylene (7,613 million 
kilograms), polypropylene (3,039 million 
kilograms), vinyl resins (4,733 million kilograms), 
and styrene type materials (3,591 million 
kilograms). In 1989, production of saturated 
polyester resins reached 1,535 million kilograms 
(polyethylene terephthalate alone reached 1,212 
million kilograms). Production of engineering 
plastics, in the aggregate, amounted to 883 million 
kilograms in 1989. 

Table 8-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer (s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 8-3. 

Edward J. Taylor 

202-252-1362 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3362) 



Rgur* 8-1 

Plastic* and realn material*: U.S. production, 1985-B9 



Billions 

of kilograms 

30 



























■ 




























20- 

15- 

10- 

5- 

0- 


t, '. 






















































1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



3-1 



Section 8 



TabI* 8-1 

Plastics and r«sln materials: U.S. Production and salaa, 1989 



Plastics and resin materials 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


value^ 


1,000 


1.000 


1.000 


Per 


kilograms 


kilograms 


dollars 


kilogram 


dry basis' 


dry basis' 






26,995,481 


23.819,400 


32,180,380 


$1.35 


4,033,128 


3,133.613 


4.901,593 


1.56 


322,475 


218,430 


382,070 


1.75 


251,889 


172,284 


270,029 


1.57 


12.649 


7,035 


13,329 


1.89 


10.510 


2,714 


4,669 


1.72 


12.415 


10,059 


15.825 


1.57 


35.012 


26.338 


78.218 


2.97 


1.258 


1,161 


2.972 


2.56 


259,044 


174,669 


436.105 


2.50 


(127,340) 


(76,918) 


(224,224) 


(2.92) 


7,881 


7,818 


12.091 


1.55 


10,610 


(•) 


C) 


(") 


81,613 


69.168 


135.115 


1.95 


833,554 


517,047 


972.066 


1.88 


607,899 


582,309 


1.651,262 


2.84 


700,576 


558,617 


532,891 


.95 


216.760 


101,482 


364.024 


3.59 


173,941 


56.989 


237.878 


4.17 


42.819 


44.493 


126,146 


2.84 


933.877 


851,717 


255,815 


.30 


57.581 


51,195 


157,182 


3.07 



Grand total 

Thermosetting resins 

Total 

Alkyd resins, total 

Phthallc anhydride type 

Potybasic acid type 

Styrenated-alkyds or copolymer alkyds 

Vinyl toluene alkyds 

All other alkyd resins 

DIcyandlamlde resins (an amino resin) 

Epoxy resins:' * 

Unmodified 

Advanced 

Furfuryl type resins 

Glyoxal-formaldehyde resins 

Melamlne-formaldehyde resins (an amino resin) 

Phenolic and other tar acid resins 

Polyester resins, unsaturated* 

Polyether and polyester polyols for urethanes^ 

Polyurethane elastomers and plastics products, 

total 

Elastomers* 

Plastics 

Urea-formaldehyde resins (an amino resin)* 

AH other thermosetting resins'" 

Thermoplastic resins 

Total 22.962.353 

Acrylic resins, total" 734,635 

Homopolymer resins, except PMMA, of acrylic 

or methacryllc acid esters 29,455 

Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) resins 291 ,416 

Thermosetting acrylic resins 63,881 

AH other acryHc resins 349,883 

Engineering plastics'* 883,394 

Petroleum hydrocaut)on8 resins 163.272 

Polyamlde resins, total 323.643 

Nylon type" " 290,737 

Non-nylon type 32 , 906 

Polyester resins, saturated, total" '* 1 .535,414 

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) 1 .211 ,704 

All other saturated polyesters. Including Poly- 
butylene terephthalate. (PBT) resins 323,710 



20,685,787 27,278,787 1.32 



554,121 



1,415,032 2.55 



22.346 
189.329 

19,352 
323,094 

685,595 
145.622 

285.532 



50,377 
450.152 

53.283 
861 ,220 

2,414,183 
158.494 



253,652 
31,880 



722,635 
64,865 



2,392.695 



2.25 
2.38 
2.75 
2.67 

3.52 
1.09 



787.500 2.76 



1.019.478 
266.003 



1,620,969 
771,726 



2.85 
2.03 

1.86 

1.59 

2.90 



See footnotes at end of table. 



8-2 



Table 8-1— Continued 

Plastics and resin materials: U.S. Production and sales, 1989 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Plastics and resin materials 



Production 



Sales 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

value' 



1,000 
kilograms 
dry basis' 

Thermoplastic resins— Continued 

Polyethylene resins, total 7,613,260 

Ethylene-vlnyl acetate and other copolymer 

resins 294,470 

Specific gravity 0.940 and below, total" 4,121,040 

Low density polyethylene (LDPE) resins 3,028,564 

Linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) 

resins 1 ,092,476 

Specific gravity over 0.940 3,197,750 

Polypropylene resins 3,039,309 

Polyterpone resins 12,677 

Polytetrafiuoroethyiene (PIPE) resins (5) 

Rosin modifications, total 152,363 

Modified rosin (unesterifled) 67,487 

Modified rosin esters 65,579 

Rosin esters, unmodified (Ester gums) 19,297 

Styrene plastics materials, total 3.591 .407 

Acryionltriie-butadiene-styrene terpolymer (ABS) 

resins 547,436 

Methyl methacrylate-butadiene-styrene (MBS) 
resins and certain other styrene type 

plastics materials 135.758 

Polystyrene homopolymers, total 2,400,264 

Expandable polystyrene beads 315,828 

Rubber modified polystyrene 808.919 

Straight polystyrene 1 ,275,517 

Styrene latexes, total 290,808 

Styrene-butadlene latexes 275,402 

Ail other styrene latexes 15,406 

All other styrene plastics materials'* 217,141 

Vinyl resins, total" 4,732,869 

Polyvinyl acetate" 296,642 

Polyvinyl chloride and copolymers 4.002,595 

Polyvinyiidene chloride resins, latex type 11 ,502 

Vinyl acetate-acryiate copolymers 215,433 

Ail other vinyl and vinyildene resins'" 206,697 

All other thermoplastic resins" 180.110 



1,000 
kilograms 
dry basls^ 



7,189,525 

260,169 
3,864.415 
2,793,091 

1,071,324 
3,064,941 

2,973,768 
13,444 
12,482 



131,681 



53,598 
59,704 
18,379 

3,021,437 



500,304 



135.433 
1.955.474 
259.183 
741.966 
954.325 
306.028 
289.872 
16.156 
124,198 

4.233.739 



215.566 

3,648.741 

10.716 

204.263 

154,453 

153,360 



7.000 
dollars 



362.145 
3.891.069 
2.883,139 

1.007,930 
3.486,406 

2.473,616 
31,942 
174,665 



48,752 
99,286 
26,380 



278,056 

2,464,229 

403,757 

940,092 

1,120,380 

456,928 

431,631 

25,297 

255,850 



347.714 

3.459.578 

21.474 

228.048 

344,909 

638,361 



Per 
kilogram 



7,739,620 $1.08 



1.39 
1.01 
1.03 

.94 
1,14 

.83 

2.39 

13.99 



174,418 1.32 



.91 
1.66 
1.44 



4,476,538 1.48 



1,021,475 2.04 



2.05 
1,26 
1.56 
1.27 
1.17 
1.49 
1.49 
1.57 
2.06 



4.401.723 1.04 



1.61 
.95 
2.00 
1.12 
2.23 

4.16 



' Calculated from unrounded figures. 
J Dry weight basis unless otherwise specified. Dry weight basis is the total weight of the materials Including resin 
and coloring agents, extenders, fillers, plastlclzers. and other additives, but excluding water and other liquid diluents 
unless they are an integral part of the materials. 

' Includes reactive diluents which are an integral part of the resin. Excludes the weight of hardeners sold In 
association with the resin as part of a two-component system. 

' P^ta shown for advanced epoxy resins are that part of the unmodified epoxy resins which Is further processed- 
therefore, the total In parentheses are not Included In the grand total. 

» Reported data were accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported 

• Polyester resins are unsaturated alkyd resins, later to be copolymerlzed with a monomer (Such as styrene or 
methyl methacry late), and poiyallyl resins (such as dlaliyl phthalate and diglycol carbonate). Data are on an "as 
sold basis, including monomer If part of the resin system. 

' In addition to the polyols. the other principal starting materials used In the production of urethane products are 
the Isocyanic acid derivatives, mainly the 80/20 mixture of toluene-2.4- and 2,6-dilsocyanate. 

Statistics for the Isocyanic acid derivatives are reported In the -Cyclic Intermediates" section of the Synthetic 
organic Chemicaus report. 



8-3 



Section 8 

Footnotes for table 8-1— Continued 

• The data on urethane elastomers are believed to be not fully representative of the total urethane market In view 
of the very large number of urethane elastomer producers. The commission has begun reporting statistics for 
urethane elastomers In two sections, section VIII, plastics and resin materials, and section X, elastomers (synthetic 
rubber). Henceforth those polyurethane products classified as 'thermoplastic' urethane elastomers will be reported 
In SOC section X: all other urethane elastomers will remain In SOC section VIII. 

■ Includes thiourea resins. 

^0 Includes acetone-formaldehyde resins, glyoxal-formaldehyde resins (sales only), polybutadlene resins, silicone 
resins, and certain other thermosetting resins. 

" Does not Include production or sales for fiber use. 

" Engineering plastics: Includes acetal, polycarbonate, polyetheretherketone (PEEK) resins, polylmlde and 
amide-lmlde polymers, polyphenylene oxide, polypheny lene sulfide, and poly sulf one. Engineering plastics are defined 
In Whittlngton's Dictionary ol Plastics, as "All plastics, with or without fillers or reinforcements, which have 
mechanical, chemical and thermal properties suitable for use In construction, machine components and chemical 
processing equipment." The above list of plastics (all of which are thermoplastic) was selected from a larger group 
In this source. Certain other plastics named in Whittlngton's Dictionary as engineering plastics, such as ABS resins, 
acrylic resins, and nylon resins, are not Included In the above list as they are published separately. 

<' Statistics for nylon 6 and nylon 6/6 which are used In plastics applications (e.g.. molding, etc.) are Included 
here. 

^' Statistics are Included here for polyethylene terephthalate used In plastics applications (e.g.. molding, 
etc.) Statistics also are included here for production only when the starting materials are converted directly to a 
finished product(l.e.. 'in situ" production): polyester film and tape are examples of such a conversion. 

'< Data shown for LLDPE resins are incomplete because several of the leading producers of LLDPE (e.g.. Union 
Carbide Corp.) still continue to aggregate these data with that of LDPE. 

'" includes data for a-methyi styrene polymers, styrene acrylonitrlle (SAN) copolymer resins, styrene-allyl 
alcohol copolymer resins, styrene-dlvlnyibenzene copolymer resins, styrene-maleic anhydride copolymers resins and 
styrene-methyl methacrylate copolymers resins, and other styrene resins. 

" Data are on the basis of dry resin content, excluding the weight of piastlcizers, extenders, fillers coloring 
agents, stabilizers, or impact modifiers, unless otherwise noted. 

'■ Data for polyvinyl acetate produced and sold In latex form Includes the weight of any protective colloids which 
are used as emulsion stabilizers and form an Integral part of the resin system. Production and sales do not Include 
polyvinyl acetate used as a reactive Intermediate for polyvinyl alcohol or other vinyl resins. 

<■ Includes polyvinyl alcohol, polyvinyl butyral, polyvinyl formal, polyvlnylldene chloride (solid type), and other vinyl 
resins. 

^ Includes cellulose plastics, coumarone-lndene resins, fluorocarbon resins, (except PTFE sales), phenoxy 
resins, poly buty lene type resins, poly phenyl aromatic ester resins, and certain other thermoplastic materials. 

Note.— Data reported to the U.S. International Trade Commission do not necessarily coincide with that reported to 
the Society of the Plastics industry (SPi) because of differences In both the reporting instruclons and In the coverage 
of certain resins. 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S international Trade Commission. 



8-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 8-2 

Plastics and resin materials lor which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Plastics and resin materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list In table 8-3) 



Thermosetting resins 

Acetone-fonmaldehyde resins No 

Alkyd resins : Yes 

Acrylate-alkyd copolymer resins No 

Alkoyl phenol No 

Phthallc anhydride type alkyd resins Yes 



Polybasic acid type alkyd resins Yes 

Styrenated-alkyds , or copolymer alkyds Yes 

Vinyl toluene alkyds Yes 

All other alkyld copolymers No 

Amino resins: 

Melamlne-formsUdehyde resins Yes 



Thiourea resins No 

Urea-formaldehyde resins Yes 

DIcyandlemilde resins Yes 

Epoxy resins: 

Epoxy , resins advanced Yes 



Epoxy. resins unmodified Yes 

Furfuryl type resins Yes 

Glyox2tl-formaldehyde resins Yes 

Phenolic and other tar acid resins Yes 



Polybutadlene resins No 

Polyester resins, unsaturated, and allyl resins: Yes 

Ally! resins No 

DIallyl Isophthalate No 

Polyester resins, unsaturated No 

Polyether and polyester polyols for urethanes Yes 



Polyurethane elastomer and plastic products: 
Polyurethane elastomers Yes 



ACY, CMP, FLH, GP. 

CPV, DRC. DRR, PRE, MNP, PPG, REL. 
{')■ 

ACQ. ACY, AKZ, BAL. BLC, BRU, CCC, 
CGL, CJO, CPV, DSO, DUP, EW, FOC, 
FRE, GLD, GRG, GRV, HAN, HIL, ICF. 
IMI, JNS, Lie, MMM, MNP, NCP, NTL. 
OBC, PPG, PRT, QCP, RCI. REL, 
RE2, SRY, SW, TCC, UNO, (»). 

ACY, BAL, CJO, CPV, DSO, FOC, GLD, 

HAN. ICF. IMI, lOV. NTL, OBC. PPG. 

REL, SCN, SW. 
BLC, CJO, CPV, DRC, DSO, EW, FRE, 

GLD, IMI. JNS, MNP, MRT. REL. RUO. 

SW, (2). 
BLC, CGL, CJO, CPV, FRE. GLD. IMI. 

JNS. MNP, PRT, REL, SW. 
BLC, CGL, CJO, DUP, MNP, SW. 

AUX. BOR. CBD, CGL, CPV, DGO, GP, 
GRG, HCL, MNP, MON, OCF, PLS, 
PMC, PPG, PPL, PST, RCI, REL, REZ, 
SCN, SQA, SYT, TCC, UCC, UTC, 
WRD. 

CMP. 

ACY, AUX, BOR, CBD, CGL, CMP, CPV. 
DSO, GP, GRV, MMM, PMC, PST, 
REL, REZ, SAC, SOR, SQA, WPG. 

CMP, ECC, HCL, S, TCC, UTC. 

AKZ, ASL. CGL, CGY. CJO, CNI. CPV, 
DOW. DSO. EW, GE, GLD. GRG. GRV, 
HAN, HXL, HYA, ICF, MID, MIL, MMM, 
MNP, MRT, OCF, PAC, PPG, RCI, REZ, 
SMO. 

ASH, CGY, CLU, DAN. DOW, PRT, RCI, 
REZ, SHC, UCC, {'). 

CLU. DRR. HVG. UNO. WRD. 

AlP. AUX. CMP, HCL. RBI, SQA. TCC. 
WPG. 

ACY. ADC. ASH. BAL. BME. BOR, BSC. 
BTL, CBD, CLU, CPV, DRR, DSO, EW, 
GE. GP, HCL, HER, HKD, HPC, HVG, 
ICF, IMI, IRI, ISP, Lli, MCA, MID, 
MMM, NCI, NTL, OBC. OCF. PLS. 
PSG, RCI. RH, SCN, SPL, UNO, USR, 
VSV, WCA, WRD, (»), {'). {'). {'). 

CCS. CNI. CRS. LC. PSL. 

CMS, IMI. 

ATR, CMS. 

ACY. ADC, APH, ART, ASH. CGL. CPV. 

DSO, EW. FJI. FRE. GLD. GRG, ICF, 

ICI, IMI, IPC, LII, MRT, NCP. OCF. 

PPG. PPL, RCI, SCN, SHX, SIC. 
BAS, BMC. BPT. CHC. CPV. CXI. DOW, 

DSO. FRE. GRG, HCF, ICI, JNS, MRT. 

NTL, OMC, PPG, PPL. RCI, RUO. SLC. 

SYT, UCC, WM. 

ACY. ADC. ARK. ARO, BAS. BPT. CAS. 
CGY. CNI. Dec. DNS. EPI. EW. FMX, 
GLC. GRD. HXL, HYC. ICF. IMI. INP, 
MRT. PLN(E). PPG, PRC. QUN, RUO, 
SCN. SLC. SMO. SYT, USM, USR. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



3-5 



Section 8 

Table S-2— Continued 

Plastics and resin materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Plastics and resin materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 8-3) 



Thermosetting resins 

Polyurethane elastomer and plastic products— Continued 
Poiyurethane resins Yes 

Silicone resins No 

All other thermosetting resins Yes 



Thermoplastic resins: 

Acrylic resins : Yes 

Copolymer resins of acrylic and/or methacryllc acid 
resins: 

Butyl acryiate ethyl acryiate copolymer resins No 

Butyl methacrylate-ethyl methylacrylate copolymer 

resins No 

2-Ethylhexyl acrylate-mothy acryiate copolymer 

resins No 

Lauryi methacryiate-stearyl methacrylate 

copolymer resins No 

All other copolymer resins of acrylic and/or 
methacryllc acid No 



Homopolymer resins of acrylic and/or methacryllc 
acid resins: 
Other homopolymer resins of acrylic and/or 

methacryllc acid esters Yes 

Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) Yes 

Thermosetting acryiate resins Yes 

Cellulose plastics and resins: 

Cellulose acetate No 

Cellulose acetate butyrate No 

Cellulose acetate propionate No 

Ethyl cellulose No 

Coumarone-indene resins No 

Engineering plastics: Yes 

Acetal resins No 

Polycarbonate resins No 

Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) resins No 

Polylmldes and amido-lmlde polymers No 

Polyphonylene oxide type resins No 

Polyphenylene sulfide resins No 

Fluorocarbon resins: 

Ethylene/chlorotrlfluoro ethylene copolymer (Halar) .... No 

Polytetrafiuoroethyiene (PTFE) Yes 

Potyvlnylldene fluoride resin No 

All other fluorocarbon resins No 

Petroleum hydrocarbon resins No 

Phenoxy (R) resin (other than for coating and 

adheslves) No 

Plastics alloys or blends No 

Polyamlde resins: Yes 

Non-nylon type, polyamlde resins Yes 

Nylon type, polyamlde resins Yes 



ACQ, CGL. DSO, DUP, GLD, INP, LC, 
MID, MOB, OMC. PEL, SHX, SIF, SW. 

CJO, DCC, PEL, SPD. 

ACY, AKZ, BAS. DSO, FRE, GLD, MID, 
MIL, MNP, OBC, REL, RTC, S, SYT. 
TCC, n, {'). 



AlP, BFG, DSO, ICI, RH, UOC. 

CGL, UOC. 

UOC. 

ICI. 

ACO, AlP, BPT. CGL. CHP, CPV. DRB, 
DRC. DSO, FLH, GGI, GLD, ICF, ICI, 
JNS, KMP. MON, NSC, PPG, PRA, PYI, 
RCI, RH, SCP, SW, SYT, TCC, TNA, 
UCC. (»). 



CGL. CPV. DUP, GRV, ICF, PYI, RH, 

SAR, SCP, SW, UOC. 
ACY, ART. CTP, CYR, DUP, ICF, JNS. 

MRT,PKL, RH, SAR, SQA, TCC. 
AlP, AKZ, CGL, CPV. DRC, DSO, DUP, 

FRE, GRV, ICF, MID, MNP, PPG, PRA, 

REL. REZ, SCP, SM, SW, (»). 



EKT. 














EKT. 














EKT. 














(*). 














CPV. 














DUP, 


HCL, 


, PRT 


, RAS. 








DOW 


. GE, 


GEP, 


MOB 


, SQA. 




EKT. 














DUP, 


EW, 


GE, GEP, GRG, 


PDI, 


SON. 


GE, GEP, 


NTL. 










HCL, 


PLC. 












AUS. 














AUS, 


DUP 


, ICI. 










PAS. 














DUP. 














CFX, 


CXI. 


EKX, 


ENJ, 


GYR, 


HPC 


. ICF, Lll 


NEV, RCI, (*). 










NEV, 


UCC 












MOB. 















BAL, COO, EFH. GP, HCL, Lll, NCI, 
OBC, PAC. S, SCP, SQA, USM. 

ACS. AGI, BAS. BCM. CTR, DGO, DUP, 
GRG, HCL, MON, RSN, SCP, SHX, 
SKP, USM. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



8-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 8-2— Contlnuad 

Plastics and resin materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Plastics and resin materials 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

statistics' (according to list In table 8-3) 



Thermoplastic resins— Continued: 

Polybutylene type resins No 

Polyester resins, saturated: Yes 

Polybutylene terephthalate(PBT) No 

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) Yes 

All other polyester resins, saturated Yes 

Polyethylene and copolymers resins: 

Ethylene-acryilc acid resins (EAA) No 

Ethylene-vlnyl acetate (EVA) copolymer resins Yes 

Other ethylene copolymer resins No 

Specific gravity 0.940 and below (conventional 

low density) Yes 

Specific gravity 0.940 and below (linear low 

density) Yes 

Specific gravity over . 940 Yes 

Polyphenyl au-omatic ester resins No 

Polypropylene polymer and copolymer resins Yes 

Polyterpene resins Yes 

Rosin modifications: 

Modified rosin (Unesterlfled) Yes 

Modified rosin esters Yes 

Rosin esters, unmodified (Ester gums) Yes 

Styrene type plastics 1 materials: 
Acrylonltrlle-butadiene-styrene (ABS) terpolymer 

resins Yes 

Methyl methacrylate-butadiene styrene (MBS) 

resins and certain other styrene type 

copolymer plastics Yes 

a-Methyl styrene polymers No 

Styrene-acrylonltrile copolymer resins (SAN) No 

Polystyrene: 

Expandable polystyrene beads No 

Rubber modified polystyrene No 

Straight polystyrene No 

Styrene latexes: 

Styrene-butadiene latexes No 

All other styrene latexes No 

Other styrene copolymers: 

Styrene-aliyi alcohol copolymer rosins No 

Styrene-dlvlnylbenzene copolymer resins No 

Styrene-maleic anhydride copolymer resins No 

Styrene-methyl methacryiate copolymer resins No 

All other, styrene type plastics materials No 

Vinyl resins: 
Polyvinyl acetate resins Yes 

Polyvinyl alcohol resins No 

Polyvinyl butyrai resins No 

Polyvinyl formal resin No 



ENJ, SHC. 

BAS, DUP, GE, GEP, HCL, MOB, USM. 
ACS. DUP, EKT, FBI. GEP, GYR, HCL, 

iCI. IMI, MOB, USM, {'). 
COO. CPV, DUP. EKT. GLD. GRG. GYR. 

HCL. ICF. ICI, MNP. PPG, REL, SCN. 

SW. 

DOW. 

COO. ENJ. NSC, RCI. USI. 

EKT, EKX, ENJ. EVL. RH, SQA. 

ACS. DOW, DUP, EKX, ELP. ENJ. LYP. 
SM. SOC. SQA, UCC, USI, ('). 

CMP, DOW, ENJ, SM, USI. 

ACS. ONE. DOW. ENJ, HCL, HIM, PLC. 

SLT, SOC. UCC, USI. 
HPC 
AMD. ART. BAS. CSD. EKX. ELP. ENJ. 

HIM, PLC, SHC, SLT, USI. 
ARZ, HPC, RCI. 

ARZ, CJO, HPC, ICF, NCI, SYL, WVA. 
CPV, EW, FJi, FRP, GLD. GP, GRV. 

HCL, HPC. Lll, NCI. RCI, SYL, WVA. 
ARZ, CPV, FRP, HPC. NCI, RCI. 



DOW, GE, GRD, MON. 



AiP. ARZ. ASL. CPV, CYR, DSO, EW, 
FLH, GE, GEP, GGI, GYR. HPC. JNS. 
MON. MRT, OBC, PLC. ROD. RH, 
TCC. 

AiP, AMO, CPV, GGI, JNS. 

BFG, DOW, GE, ICI, MON. 

ATR. BAS, DPI. HMN. TXS. 

API. CSD, DOW. DPI. HMN. SM. 

AEP. AMO. API. ATR, CSD. DOW. DPI. 

GAF, HGC. HMN. HPC. KTP. SM. 

SOC. TXS. 

DOW. GRD. GYR. PYI. RCI, UOC. 
ADC, CCS, CRS, FRS, GRD. SPO. UCC. 
UOC. 

HPC, MON. 
EK, RH, TCC. 
ATR, JNS, MON. 
ADC, GGI, ROD. 
FER, ICI. 



AIP. CGL. DSO. FLH. FLN. GLD. GRD. 

JNS, MNP, MON. NSC. PRA. PYI. RCI, 

SQA, TCC, UCC. UOC. {') . 
AIP. DUP. 
MON. 
GRG. MON. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



8-7 



Section 8 



Table S-2— Continued 



Plastics and resin materials for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Plastics and resin materials 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 8-3) 



Thermoplastic resins— Continued 

Vinyl resins— Continued 

Vinyl acetate-acrylate copolymers Yes 

Polyvinyl chloride and copolymer resins: Yes 

Polyvinyl chloride homopolymer resins No 

All other polyvinyl chloride copolymer resins No 

Vinyl chloride-acetate copolymer resins No 

Polyvlnylldlne chloride resins: 

Latex type polyvlnylldene chloride resins Yes 

Solid type polyvlnylldene chloride resins No 

Vinyl resins, all other Yes 

All other, thermoplastic resins, benzenold Yes 



ACQ, CMP. DAN. DSO. FLH, FLN, GLD, 
NCJ, NTC. OBC, PRA, RCI, RH, SPC, 
SQA, UCC. UOC. 

AlP, BCP, BFG, CNT, FOR, GGC, GYR, 

HKP, KYS. SHT. UCC, VST. VYN. 
BFG. HKP, VYN. 
BCP. KYS. 

BFG, DOW, GRD, UOC. 

DOW. 

DUP. EW, FLH, GLD, NTC, RH, UCC, 

DUP, ENJ, HCL, Ul, NES, UOC, (*). 



< Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by yes.' Chemicals or which 
data are accepted in confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

2 The manufacturer did not consent to his identification with the designated products. 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 8-3 

Plastics and resin materials: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ACO Adco Chemical Co. 

ACS Allied Signal, inc. 

Engineered Materials Sector. 

Engineered Plastic Div. 

High Density Polyethylene Business 

ACY Amerlcam Cyanamid Co. 

ADC Anderson Development Co. 

AEP A & E Rastlcs Corp. 

AGI EMS-Amerlcan Grilon, Inc. 

AlP Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. 

AKZ Aiczo Coating, inc. 

AMO Amoco Corp. 

APH Alpha Corporation of Tennessee 

API American Polymers, Inc. 

ARK Armstrong World industries, inc. 

ARO Arnco 

ART Arlstech Chemical Corp. 

ARZ Arizona Chemical Co. 

ASH Ashland Oil, Inc. 

ASL Speclaltychem Products Corp. 

ATR Atlantic Richfield Co . , Arco Chemical 

Co. 

AUS Ausimont N.V. 

AUX Auraiux Corp. 

BAL Sherwin-Wliilams Co. , Consumer Div. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BCM Beiding Chemical industries 

BCP Borden Chemical & Plastics Delaware 

Limited Partnership 

BFG B. F. Goodrich Co. 

BLC Ranbar Technology, Inc. 

BMC Brin-Mont Chemicals, inc. 

BME Allied Signal Bendix Corp.. Friction 

Materials Div. 

BOR Borden. Inc.. Paclcaglng & industrial 

Products Div. 

BPT Permuthame Coatings, Inc. 

BRU MA. Bruder & Sons, Inc. 

BSC Cascade Resins. Inc. 

STL BTL Specialty Resin Corp. 

CAS CasChem. Inc. 

CBD Chembond Corp. 

CCC C.N.C. International Inc. 

CCS Colorado Chemical Specialties, Inc. 

CFX Chemfax, Inc. 

CGL Carglll. Inc. 

CGY Clba-Gelgy Corp. 

CHC Carpenter Chemical Co. 

CHP C. H. Patrlci< & Co. . Inc. 

CJO C. J. Osborn Chemicals. Inc. 

CLU CL Industries. Inc. 

CMP Commercial Products Co. . Inc. 

CMS Cosmic Plastics. Inc. 

CNE Oxy Petrochemicals. Inc. 

CNI Conap. Inc. 

CNT Certalnteed Corp. 

COO H.B. Fuller Co. 



CPV Cool( Paint & Varnish Co. 

CRS Colorado Resins, inc. 

CSD FIna Oil & Chemical Co. . Cosden 

Chemical Div. 

CTP Continentlad Polymers, inc. 

CTR Custom Resins Div. of Semis Co. , Inc. 

CXI Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 

CYR CYRO Industries 

DAN Dan River, inc. , Chemlc2d Products DIv. 

DCC Dow Corning Corp. 

DGO Day-Glo Color Corp. 

DNS Dennis Chemical Co. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co. 

DPI Dart Polymers. Inc. . Sub of Dart 

Container 
Corp. 

DRB Rohm Tech. inc. 

DRC DocIc Resins Corp. 

DRR Delta Resins & Refractories 

DSO DeSoto. Inc. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co., inc. 

Automotive Product Dept. 

Chemicals and Pigments Dept. 

ED/IMG Dept. 

Petrochemicals Dept. 

Polymer Products Dept. 

ECC Eastern Color & Chemical Co. 

EFH E. F. Houghton & Co. 

EK Eastman Kodal( Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 

EKX Texas Eastman Co. Div. 

ELP Rexene Products Company 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

EPi Eagle Rcher Industries. Orthane DIv. 

EVL EvaU Company of America 

EW Westlnghouse Electric Corp. . insulating 

Materials DIv. 

FBI Fibers Industries. Inc. 

FER Ferro Corp. . Kell Chemical DIv. 

FJI Cincinnati Varnish Co. 

FLH H.B. Fuller Co. 

FLN Franklin International 

FMX Foamex Products, Inc.. Div.. of Knoll 

International 
FOC Handschy Industries. Inc.. ink & 

Chemicals Div. 

FOR Formosa Plastics Corp. - U.S.A. 

FRE Freeman Chemical Corp. 

FRP Akzo Coatings. Inc. 

FRS Firestone Tire & Rubber Co . Firestone 

Synthetic 

Rubber & Latex Co. DIv. 

GAF GAF Chemical Corp. 

GE General Electric Co. : 

Electromaterlals Div. 

Specialty Chemical Group 
GEP Plastics DIv. 



See note at end of table. 



8-9 



Section 8 



Table 8-3— Continued 
Plastics and resin materials: 



Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



GGC Goorgla-Gulf Corp. , : 

PVC Compound DIv. 

Plaquemlne DIv. 

GGI Grow Group , Inc . 

GLC General Latex & Chemical Corp. 

GLD Glldden Co. 

GP Georgia-Pacific Corp. : 

Resins Operations 
GRD W. R. Grace & Co., Organic Chemicals 

DIv., 

GRG P. D. George Co. 

QRV Guardsman Chemicals, inc. 

GYR Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

HAN Akzo Coatings 

HCF Cape industries 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp: 

Bayport Works 

Engineering Rastlcs DIv. 

Fibers Industrial DIv. 

Sou-Tex Works 

HER Hereslte Protective Coatings, Inc. 

HOC Goodson Polymers, Inc. 

HIL Hilton Davis Company 

HIM Hlmont U.S.A. , Inc. 

Occidental Chemical Corp.: 

HKD Durez DIv. 

HKP Polymers and Plastics DIv. 

HMN Huntsman Chemical Corp. 

HPC Hercules, Inc. 

HVG Ametek, Inc., Haveg DIv. 

HXL Hexcel Corp. , Hexcel Chemical 

Products 

Dexter Corp: 
HYA Dexter Adhesives and Structual Material 

DIv. 

HYC Dexter Electronic Materials DIv. 

ICF BASF Corp . , Coating and Colorants 

iCI iCI Americas: 

Film Group DIv. 

Resin DIv. 

Specialty Chemical DIv. 

IMI insulating Materials, Inc. 

INP SynaIr Corp. 

iOV Akzo/iovite. inc. 

IPC Interpiastic Corp. 

IRI Stuart-lronsldes, Inc. 

ISP Indspec Chemical Corp. 

JNS S.C. Johnson & Son. Inc. 

KMP Keily-Moore Paint Co., inc. 

KTP Kama Corp. 

KYS Keysor Century Corp. 

LC Lord Corp. . Chemical Products Group 

Lie Uily Industrial Coatings, Inc. 

Lll Lawter International, Inc. 

LYP Lyondeii Petrochemical Co. 

MCA Masonlte Corp. . Alpine Resin Div. 



Code 



Name of company 



MID Dexter Corp. , Dexter Specialty 

Coatings 

MIL Mllllken & Co. , Mllllken Chemical Co. 

MMM Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 

MNP Mcwhorther, Inc. 

MOB Mobay Chemical Corp. , Pittsburgh DIv. 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRT Morton International inc., Morton 

Chemical DIv. 

NCI Union Camp Corp. 

NCJ National Casein of New Jersey 

NCP Nlles Chemical Paint Co. 

NES Ruetgars-Nease Chemical Co. 

NEV Neville Chemical Co. 

NSC National Starch & Chemical Corp. 

NTC National Casein Co. 

NTL NL Industries, Inc. 

OBC O' Brien Corp. 

OCF Owens-Coming FIberglas Corp. 

OMC Oiln Corp. 

PAC Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp. 

PAS Atochem North America, Inc. 

PDI Phelps Dodge industries, Inc. , Phelps 

Dodge 
Magnet Wire Co. DIv. 

PEL Pelron Corp. 

PKL Plaskollte, Inc. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co. 

PLN DIsogrIn industries Corp . 

PLS Rastlcs Engineering Co. 

PMC Plastics Manufacturing Co. 

PPG PPG Industries , Inc . 

PPL Pioneer Plastics Corp. 

PRA Para-Chem Southem, inc. 

PRC Products Rese2U-ch & Chemical Corp. 

PRT Pratt & Lambert, Inc. 

PSQ PMC Speclalltes Group 

PSL Plaslok Corp. 

PST Perstorp Compounds , Inc . 

PYI Morton International, Inc., Morton 

Chemical DIv. 

QCP Quaker Chemical Corp. 

GUN K. J. Qulnn & Co., Inc. 

RAS Surface Coatings, Inc. 

RBI Reeves Brothers, Inc. 

RCD Polysar, Inc. 

RCI Relchhold Chemicals, inc. 

REL Akzo Coatings, Inc. 

REZ Hl-Tek Polymers, Inc. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

RSN Atochem, Inc., Polymers DIv. 

RTC Mount Vernon Mills. Inc. 

RUO Ruco Polymer Corp. 

S Sandoz Chemicals Corp.. Color and 

Chemicals Div. 



See note at end of table. 



8-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 8-3— Continued 

Plasties and resin materials: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



SAC Southeastern Adheslves Co. 

SAR Esschem, Inc. 

SCN Schenectady Chemicals, Inc. 

SCP Henkol Corp. 

SHC Shell Chemical Co. 

SHT Shintech, Inc. 

SHX Sherex Chemical Co. 

SIC BP Chemicals, Inc. , Sllmar DIv. 

SIF BP Chemicals. Inc. , Fllon DIv. 

SKP Shakespeare Co. Monofilament DIv. 

SLC Soluol Chem Co. , Inc. 

SLT Soltex Polymer Corp. 

SM Mobil OH Corp.: 

Mobil Chemical Co.: 

Chemical Products DIv. 

Petrochemicals DIv. 

Polystyrene Business Group 

SMO Smooth-On, Inc. 

SOC Chevron Corp.. Chevron Chemical Co. 

SOR MW M2uiufacturers. Inc , Southern 

Resin 

DIv. 

SPC Inslico Corp., Sinclair Paint Co. DIv. 

SPD General Electric Co. , Silicone Products 

Dept. 
SPL Spaulding Composites Co.. Inc. 



SPO Amerlpol Synpol Co. DIv. of Unlroyal 

Goodrich Tire Co. 

SQA Sequa Chemicals, Inc. 

SRY Synray Corp . 

SW Sherwin-Williams Co. 

SYL Arizona Chemical Co. 

SYT Synthron, inc. 

TCC Sybron Chemicals, inc. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TXS Scott Polymers, Inc. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp. , Industrial 

Chemical DIv. 

UNO United-Erie, inc. 

UOC Union Oil Co. of California 

USI Quantum Chemical Corp. , USI Division 

USM Emhart Corp. , Bostlk DIv. 

UTC Unitex Chemical Corp. 

VST Vista Chemical Co. 

VSV Valentine Sugars, inc. 

VYN Vygen, Inc. 

WCA West Coast Adheslves Co. 

WM Index Chemical Co. 

WPG West Polnt-Pepperell. inc. , Grtfftex 

Chemicad 

Co. Sub. 

WRD Weyerhaeuser Co. 

WVA Westvaco Corp. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



5-11 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 9 
Rubber-Processing Chemicals 

Rubber-processing chemicals are organic 
compounds that are added to natural and 
synthetic rubber 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 vulcanizing agents. Data on 
production and sales of rubber-processing 
chemicals in 1989 are given in table 9-1. Data on 
production of rubber-processing chemicals during 
1985-89 are given in figure 9-1. 

Production of rubber-processing chemicals as 
a group in 1989 amounted to 176 million 
kilograms, or 10 percent more than the 160 
million kilograms produced in 1988. Sales of 
rubber-processing chemicals in 1989 amounted to 
129 million kilograms, valued at $473 million, 
compared with 121 million kilograms, valued at 
$424 million, in 1988. 

The production of cyclic rubber-processing 
chemicals in 1989 amounted to 155 million 
kilograms, or 7 percent more than the 144 million 
kilograms produced in 1988. Sales of cyclic 
rubber-processing chemicals in 1989 totaled 109 
million kilograms, valued at $430 million, 
compared with 107 million kilograms, valued at 



$397 million, in 1988. Of the total production of 
cyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1989, 
antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers 
accounted for 68 percent, and accelerators, 
activators, and vulcanizing agents for 29 percent. 
Production of antioxidants, antiozonants, and 
stabilizers, which amounted to 105 million 
kilograms in 1989, included 64 million kilograms 
of amino compounds and 41 million kilograms of 
phenolic and phosphite compounds. Sales of 
amino antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers 
in 1989 amounted to 46 million kilograms, valued 
at $174 million; sales of phenolic and phosphite 
compounds were 26 million kilograms, valued at 
$91 million. 

Production of acyclic rubber-processing 
chemicals in 1989 amounted to 21 million 
kilograms, or 34 percent more than the 16 million 
kilograms produced in 1988. Sales in 1989 
totaled 20 million kilograms, valued at $43 
million, compared with 13 million kilograms, 
valued at $27 million, in 1988. 

Table 9-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are indentified by company 
name in table 9-3. 

Cynthia Trainor 

202-252-1354 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3354) 



Rgure 9-1 

Rubb«r-proc««slng chemlcala: U.S. production, 198S-89 



Mllltons 

ot kilograms 



180 
160 
140 
120 
100 
80 











M&i:'M 








_ 


























. 




- 



1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source; Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. InternatlonaJ Trade Commission. 



9-1 



Section 9 

Table 9-1 

Rubber-processing chemicals: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Rubber-processing chemicals 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


value^ 


1.000 
kilograms 


1,000 
kilograms 


1,000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



Grand Total 

Cyclic 

Total 

Accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents 
total 

Thiazole derivatives, total 38,709 

N-tert-Butyl-2-benzothla2olesulfenamlde 10,307 

2,2'-Dlthlobls(benzothlazolel 5,105 

All other thiazole derivatives 23,297 

Ail other accelerators, activators, and 

vulcanizing agents* » 6,398 

Antioxidants, antlozonants, and stabilizers, total . 105,327 

Amino compounds, total 64,072 

Substituted p-phenyienediamlnes 41 ,810 

Ail other amino compounds' 22,262 

Phenolic and phosphite compounds, total" 41 ,255 

Poiyphenollcs 3,699 

All other phenolic and phosphite 

compounds 37,556 

Aii other cyclic rubber-processing chemicals* .... 4,601 

Acyclic 

Total 20,830 



175,865 


128,846 


472,892 


155,035 


108,721 


429,565 


45,107 


32.417 


130,075 



71 ,498 



20,125 



38,256 



265.205 



$3.67 



4.01 



26,516 


91,819 


3.46 


9,293 


37,520 


4.04 


5,250 


13,375 


2.55 


11,973 


40,924 


3.42 



3.71 



45,815 


174,367 


3.81 


24,730 


112,892 


4.56 


21,085 


61,475 


2.92 


25,683 


90,838 


3.54 


3,086 


24,995 


8.10 


22,597 


65.843 


2.91 


4.806 


34.285 


7.13 



2.15 



' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

* includes aldehyde-amlne reaction products, dithiocarbamates, and other accelerators, activators, and 
vulcanizing agents. 

^ Data on dithiocarbamates Included In this table are for materials used chiefly In the processing of natural and 
synthetic rubber. Data on dithiocarbamates, which are used chiefly as fungicides, are included In the section on 
"Pesticides and Related Products." 

' includes aldehyde- and acetone-amlne reaction products and other amines. 

° Also includes other antioxidants, antlozonants, and stabilizers. 

" Includes blowing agents and other cyclic rubber-processing chemicals. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



9-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 9-2 

Rubber-processing chemicals for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported, Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Rubber-processing chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 9-3J 



Cyclic: 



Accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents: 
Aldehyde-amlne reaction products: 

Heptaldehyde-anlllne condensate No 

Triethyltrlmethylenetrlamlne No 

All other aldehyde-amlne reaction products, cyclic . . No 
DIthlocarbamIc acid derivatives: 

Dibenzyldlthlocarbamic acid, sodium salt No 

Olbenzyldlthlocarbamic acid, zinc salt No 

Dibutyldlthiocsu'bamic acid, diphenylguanldlne 

salt No 

Guanldlnes: 

DIcatechol borate, dl-o-tolylguanldlne salt No 

All other guanldlnes, cyclic No 

Thiaizole derivatives: 

N-tert-Butyl-2-benzothlazolesulfenamlde No 

N-Cyclohexyl-2-benzothlazolesulfenamlde No 

2,2'-Dlthlobls[benzothlazolel No 

2-Mercaptobenzothlazole No 

2-Mercaptobenzothlazole, copper salt No 

2-Mercaptobenzothlazole, zinc salt No 

N-Morphollnyl-2-benzothlazolyl disulfide No 

N-Oxydlethylene-2-benzothleizolesulfenamlde No 

N-Oxydlethylenethlocarbamyl-N ' - 

oxydlethylenesulfenamlde No 

All other thiazole derivatives, cyclic No 

All other cyclic accelerators, activators, and 
vulcanizing agents: 

Bls(morphollnothlocarbamoyl) disulfide No 

DIbenzylamlne No 

1 .3-Dlhydro-4(or 5)-methyl-2H-benzlmldazole-2- 

thlone No 

DImethylammonlum hydrogen Isophthalate No 

DI-N.N-pentamethylenethluram tetrasulflde No 

4,4'-Dlthlodlmorphollne No 

2-Mercaptotololulmldeizole, zinc salt No 

m-PhenyleneblsmzUelmlde No 

All other accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing 

agents, cyclic No 

Antioxidants, antlozonants, and stabilizers : 
Amino smtloxldants, antlozonants, and stabilizers: 
Aldehyde- and acetone-amlne reaction products: 

DIphenylamlne-acetone aldehyde No 

DIphenylamlne-acetone condensate No 

All other aldehyde and acetone-amlne reaction 

products, cyclic No 

Substituted p-phenylenedlamlnes: 

Alkylaryl-p-phenylenedlamlnes No 

N,N-Bls(1.4-dlmethylpentyl)-p-phenylenedlamlne . No 
N , N' -Bis ( 1 -ethyl-3-methylpentyl) -p- 

phenylenedlamlne No 

N,N'-Bls(1-methylheptyl)-p-phenylenedlamlne .... No 

N-Cyclohexyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

DIarylenedlamlnes. mixed No 

N- ( 1 , 3-Dlmethylbutyl) -N ■ -phenyl-p- 

phenylenedlamlne No 

N,N'-DI-2-naphthyl-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

N,N-Diphenyl-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

N-isopropyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

N- ( 1 -Methylheptyl) -N' -phenyl-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

N- ( 1 -Methylpentyl) -N ' -phenyl-p-phenylenediamlne No 



USR. 
USR. 
DUP. 

USR. 
USR. 



VNC. 
VNC. 

BFQ. MON. USR. 
MON, USR. 
BFQ, MON, USR. 
MON, USR. 
ACY. 

USR, VNC. 
QYR. 
BFQ. USR. 

BFQ. 



ACY. 
HXL. 

VNC. 

VNC. 

DUP. VNC. 

MON. 

VNC. 

DUP. 

DUP. USR. 



USR. 
BFQ, USR. 

USR. 

MON. 
MON. UPM. 

UPM. 
UPM. 
USR. 
GYR. 

UPM. USR. 

BFQ. 

BFQ. 

USR. 

UPM. 

USR. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



9-3 



Section 9 

TabI* 9-2— Continued 

Rubber-processing chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Rubber-processing chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 9-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Antioxidants, antlozonants , and stabilizers— Continued 
Amino antioxidants, antlozonants, and stabilizers- Cont. 
Substituted p-phenylenedlamlnes— Continued 

All other p-phenyienediamines, substituted No 

Other amines: 

p-Anilinophenol No 

1 ,2-Dlhydro-2.2,4-trlmethylqulnollne No 

N-( 1 .4-Dimethylpentyi) -N-phenyl-para- 

phenylenedlamlne No 

Nonyldlphonylamine mixture (Mono-, dl-, and 

trl-) No 

Octyldiphenylamine No 

Octyldlphenylamlne, alkylated No 

p-(p-Toluene8ulfonamldo)dlphenylamlne No 

Phenolic and phosphite antioxidants and stabilizers: 
Phosphites : 

Aikylaryi phosphites mixed No 

Nonylphenyl phosphites . mixed No 

Polymeric phosphites No 

Polyphenoiic phosphites, polyalkylated No 

Triaryi phosphites No 

Polyphenollcs (Including bisphenois) : 

BIsphenol, hindered No 

4,4'-Butyildenebls(6-tert-butyl-m-cresol) No 

2.5-DI-8ec-butyldecylhydroqulnone No 

2,5-DI-(1 .1-dlmethylpropyl)hydroqulnone No 

2,2'-Methylenebls(6-tert-butyi-p-cresoi) No 

2 , 2' -Methyienebis (6-tert-butyl-4-ethyiphenol) No 
1 ,1 .3-Trl(2-methyl-4-hydroxy-5-tert-butyiphenyi) 

butane No 

An other phenolic antioxidants, and stabilizers: 

Phenol, alkylated No 

Phenol, hindered No 

Phenol, styrenated. mixtures No 

N-Steeu-oyl-p-aminophenol No 

All other phenolic antioxidants and stabilizers No 

All other antioxidants, antlozonants, and 

stabilizers , cyclic No 

Blowing agents: 

p,p'-Oxybis(benzenesuifonhydrazlde) No 

5-Phenyltetrazoie No 

p-Toiuenesulfonyihydrazide No 

p-Toiuenesuifonyisemicarbazide No 

All other blowing agents , cyclic No 

Ail other cyclic rubber-processing chemicals: 

p-tert-Amylphenoi sulfide (Tacklfier) No 

N-(Cyclohexyithlo)phthallmide No 

Diphenyl-4.4'-dlphenyimethylenedicarbamate No 

All other rubber-processing chemicals, cyclic No 

Acyclic: 

Accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents: 
Dlthioceutsamlc acid derivatives: 

Dialkyidithiocarbamic acid derivative No 

Dibutyldithloc8u1>amlc acid, nickel salt No 

Dibutyldithlocarbamlc acid, sodium salt No 

Dibutyldlthlocarbamic acid, zinc salt No 

Diethyldlthlocarbamic acid, cadmium salt and 

bls(dlethylthlocarbamoyl)dlsulfide, mixture No 



KPI. USR. 




BFQ. 




BFG. MON. 


USR. 


USR. 




USR. 




BFQ. USR. 




BFG. 




USR. 




FER. QE. 




GE. USR. 




GE. 




BFG. GE. 




GE. 




USR. 




MON. 




USR. 




MON. 




ACY. FER. 




ACY. 




iCI. 




ACY, BFG. 


GYR, NEV. RCI 


FER. GYR, 


OMC, USR. 


NEV, USR. 




HXL. 




USR. 




USR. 




USR. 




OMC. 




USR. 




USR. 




OMC. 




PAS. 




MON. 




USR. 




ACY. FER. 





USR, VNC. 
DUP. USR, VNC. 
VNC. 

VNC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



9-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 9-2— Contlnuad 

Rubber-processing chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Rubber-processing chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 9-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents— Cent. 
Dlthlocarbamlc acid derivatives— Continued 

Dlethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt No 

Diethyldlthloceu-bamic acid, tellurium salt No 

Dlethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt No 

Dimethyidlthiocarbamic acid, bismuth salt No 

DImethyldithiocarbamic acid, copper salt No 

Dimethyldithlociu-bamic acid, lead salt No 

Dimethyidithloc2U-bamlc acid, selenium salt No 

DImethyidlthiocsu-bamic acid, zinc salt No 

All other dlthlocarbamlc acid derivatives, acyclic .... No 
Thiurams : 

Bis(dibutyithlocaut>amoyl) disulfide No 

Xanthates and sulfides: 

Di-n-butylxantho disulfide No 

Zinc isopropyl xanthate No 

All other xanthates and sulfides, acyclic No 

All other accelerators, activators, emd 

vulcanizing agents, acyclic No 

Blowing agents, acyclic No 

Polymerization regulators: 

n-Dodecyi mercaptans No 

tert-Nonyl mercaptan No 

n-Octyl mercaptan No 

Ail other polymerization regulators, acyclic No 

Shortstops: 

Dimethyidlthiocarbamic acid, potassium salt No 

DImethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt No 

Ail other acyclic rubber-processing chemicals: 

Cobalt borate neodecanoate complexes No 

Weuces and parafflnic products No 

Zinc iaurate (Activator, physical property 

Improver, and processing auxiliary) No 

All other rubber-processing chemicals, acyclic No 



VNC. 
VNC. 
VNC. 
VNC. 
VNC. 
VNC. 
VNC. 
VNC. 
('). 

VNC. 

USR. 
VNC. 
USR. 

DUP 
('). 

PAS, PLC. 
PAS. PLC. 
PAS, PLC. 
PLC, USR. 

USR. 

ALC, USR, VCC, VNC. 

KCH. 
DUP. 

USR. 
VNC. 



' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported in this section are indicated by yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

' The manufacturer did not consent to his identification with the designated products. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



9-5 



Section 9 



Table 9-3 

Rubber-processing chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

ALC AIco Chemical Corp. 

BFG B.F. Goodrich Co. , B.F. Goodrich 

Chemical Group 

DUP -E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. 

Chemicals and Pigments Dept . 

Polymer Products Dept . 

PER Ferro Corp. , Bedford Chemical Dlv. 

GE General Electric Co. , Speciality 

Chemical Group 

GYR Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

HXL Hexcel Corp. , Hexcel Chemical 

Products 



ICI ICI Americas, Inc. , Specialty Chemicals 

Dlv. 

KCH Manchem, Inc. 

KPI Kenrlch Petrochemicals, Inc. 

MON Monsemto Co. 

NEV Neville Chemical Co. 

OMC Olln Corp. 

PAS Atochem North America, Inc. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co. 

RCI Relchhold Chemicals, Inc. 

UPM UOP, Inc. 

USR Unlroyal Chemical Co. , Inc. 

VCC VInlngs Chemical Co. 

VNC Vanderbllt Chemical Corp. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



9-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 



Section 10 
Elastomers 

Elastomers (synthetic rubber) are high 
polymeric materials with properties similar to 
those of natural rubber. The term "elastomers" 
as used in this report means substances, whether 
in bale, crumb, powder, latex, or other crude 
form, which can be vulcanized or similarly 
processed into a material that can be stretched to 
at least twice their original length; and, after 
having been so stretched and the stress removed, 
will return with force to approximately their 
original length. U.S. production and sales of 
elastomers in 1989 are shown in table 10-1. 

Total U.S. production' of synthetic rubber in 
1989 amounted to 2,091 million kilograms, a 
decrease of 6.0 percent from that produced in 
1988. The production of synthetic rubber 
increased irregularly from 1,736 million kilograms 
in 1985 to 2,091 million kilograms in 1989, or by 
20.4 percent, (see figure 10-1). Total sales of 
elastomers in 1989 amounted 1,395 million 
kilograms, a decrease of 4.9 percent from that 
sold in 1988. 

Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR-type rubber) 
in 1989 continued to be the elastomer produced 



' Until now urethane type elastomers have been 
included in the section VIII "Plastics and Resin 
Materials." The Commission has now begun reporting 
statistics for urethane elastomers in two sections, section 
VIII, plastics and resin materials, and section X, 
elastomers (synthetic rubber). Henceforth those 
polyurethane products classified as "thermoplastic" 
urethane elastomers will be reported in SOC section X; all 
other urethane elastomers will remain in SOC section VIII. 



in the greatest quantity as it has been for more 
than 35 years. U.S. production of SBR-type 
rubber, including 10 million kilograms of its 
vinylpyridine sub-type, amounted to 909 million 
kilograms, 1989. Polybutadiene rubber, mainly 
solution-polymerized type, was produced 
domestically in 1989 in the next largest 
amount— 300 million kilograms. Other principal 
types of synthetic elastomers for which U.S. 
production data are reported separately are 
ethylene-propylene rubber, production of which 
was 221 million kilograms in 1989; 
butadiene-acrylonitrile (nitrile or NBR-type) 
rubber, production of which was 57 million 
kilograms; and thermoplastic elastomers (a family 
of products), production of which was 182 million 
kilograms in 1989. 

Sales of SBR-type rubber, including 7 million 
kilograms of its vinylpyridine sub-type, by U.S. 
producers in 1989 amounted to 555 million 
kilograms. Sales of polybutadiene rubber 
amounted to 111 million kilograms, and those of 
ethylene-propylene rubber to 192 million 
kilograms. Sales of nitrile or NBR-type rubber 
amounted to 44 million kilograms, silicone type 
elastomer sales amounted to 40 million kilograms, 
and sales of thermoplastic elastomers amounted to 
160 million kilograms in 1989. 

Table 10-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacture (s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
names in table 10-3. 

Edward J. Taylor 

202-252-1362 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3362) 



Figure 10-1 
Elastomers: 



U.S. production. 1985-89 



Billions 

of kilograms 






1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the US. International Trade Commission. 



10-1 



Section 10 

Table 10-1 

Elastomers (synthetic rubber):' U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Elastomers 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production^ 


Quantity' 


Value 


value^ 


1.000 


1.000 


1.000 


Per 


kilograms 


kilograms 


dollars 


kilogram 


2.091,080 


1,394,902 


2,872,241 


$2.06 


56,513 


44,262 


93,633 


2.12 


220,932 


191,831 


409,573 


2.14 


300,414 


111.000 


115.752 


1.04 


51,959 


39.957 


354.523 


8.87 


899,297 


548.123 


629.629 


1.15 


10,054 


6.876 


15.363 


2.23 


182,010 


159,506 


482,602 


3.03 


369,901 


293,345 


771.166 


2.63 



Grand tot2d 

Butadlene-acrylonltrlle type (nitrlle) (NBR-type) 

Ethylene-propylene type (EP-typej 

Polybutadlene type (BR-type) 

Silicone (Q) type elastomers 

Styrene-butadiene type (SBR-type)'* 

Styrene-butadiene-vlnyipyridlne type 

Thermoplastic elastomers (such as styrene-block 
copolymers, thermoplastic olefin elastomers, 
thermoplastic polyurethane elastomers, 
and co-polyesters) 

All other elastomers' 



< 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 stretched and the stress removed, will return with force to approximately their original 
length. 

' Includes oil content of oil-extended elastomers. 

=> Calculated from unrounded figures. 

' About four-fifth of SBR elastomer production Is the dry type of product. 

' Includes butyl, chlorinated natural rubber, chlorinated polyethylene, epichlorohydrin, f luoroelastomers , 
polyacryllc ester type, polychloroprene (neoprene) type, polylsoprenes (including cyclorubber) , polysulfide, and 
miscellaneous elastomers. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



10-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

TabU 10-; 

Elastomers for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 19B9 



Elastomers 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list in table W-3) 



Cyclic 

Epichlorohydrln elastomers (CO. ECO) type No 

Stvrene-butadlene (S or SBR) type; Yea 

Styrene-butadiene. dry type No 

Styrene-butadiene. latex type No 

Styrene-butadiene-vlnylpyridlne Yes 

All other styrene-butadiene type elastomers No 

Thermplastic elastomers (such as styrene-block 
copolymers, thermoplastic olefin elastomers, 
thermoplastic potyurethanes elastomers, and 

copolyester) Yes 

All other cyclic elastomers No 

Acyclic 

Butadlene-acrylanltrlle (nttrlle) (NBR) type V«t 

Butyl (isobutylene-lsoprene) type No 

Chlorinated rubber, natural and synthetic No 

Chlorosulfonated polyethylene (CSM) type No 

Ethylene-propylene (EP) type Y«« 

Fluorelastomers (CFM, FKM. FFKM) type No 

Poly acrylic (ACM) type elastomers No 

Polyalkalene oxide No 

Potybutadlene acrylic acid acrylonltrile terpolymer 

(PBAN) No 

Polybutadlene |BR) type. Yes 

Polybutadlene. emulsion-polymerized No 

Polybutadlene. solutlon-polymertzed No 

AH other polybutadlene (BR) type elastomers No 

Polychloroprene (Neoprene) (CR) type No 

Poiylsoprene (IR) type No 

Polysulflde (T) type elastomers No 

Silicone (Q) type elastomers Yea 

All other acylic elastomers No 



BFG. 

CPY, FRS, GRD, GYR. SPO. 
BAS. BFG, GNT. GYR. MMM 
BFG. FRS, GNT, GYR. 
ASY. LC. 



BFG, DOW. EEP, ENJ, FRS. GEP, HCL. 

MON, SHC. 

TNA. 



BFQ, CPY. GYR. MMM. USR. 

ENJ. 

HPC. 

DUP, 

CPY. DUP, ENJ, USR, 

DUP, MMM, 

ACY, BFG, 

PRC. 

ASY. 

GYR, RCI, SPO, 

FRS, GYR, PLC, 

FRS, RCI. 

DKA, DUP, 

GYR, 

MRT, 

Dec, DUP, SPD, SWS. 

MRT. 



' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by yes.' Chemlcala for which 
data are accepted In confidence itnd may not be published are Indicated by no.' 

' The m2inufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



10-3 



Section 10 

Table 10-3 

Elastomers (synthetic rubber): Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



f^C^ American Cyanamid Co. 

ASY American Synthetic Rubber Corp. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BFG B. F. Goodrich Co. 

CPY Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp. 

DCC Dow Corning Corp. 

DKA Mobay Synthetics Corp. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc., 

Polymer Products Dept. 

EEP Furon Company 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

FRS Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. , Firestone 

Synthetic Rubber & Latex Co. DIv. 

GEP General Electric Co., Plastic DIv. 

GNT Gencorp Polymers Products 

GRD W. R. Grace & Co. , Organic Chemicals 

Div. 

Polymers & Chemical DIv. 
QYR Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 



HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp. , Engineering 

Plastics DIv. 

HPC Hercules, Inc. 

LC Lord Corp . , Chemical Products Group 

MMM Minnesota Mining euid Manufacturing Co. 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRT Morton international, Inc., Morton 

Chemical DIv. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co. 

PRC Products Research & Chemical Corp. 

RCI Relchold Chemicals, inc. 

SHC Shell Chemical Co. 

SPD General Electric Co. , Silicone Products 

Dept. 
SPO Ameripoi Synpol Co. , DIv. of Unlroyai 

Goodrich Tire Co. 

SWS Wacker Silicones Corp. 

TNA Ethyl Corp 

USR Uniroyal Chemical Co. , Inc. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies eu-e listed in app A. 
Source: Compiled from data recleved in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



10-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 11 
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 of these 
materials, or (3) develop new improved properties 
not present in the original material. Table 11-1 
presents statistics on U.S. production and sales of 
plasticizers in as great detail as is possible without 
revealing the operations of individual producers. 

U.S. production of plasticizers totaled 976 
million kilograms in 1989, a decrease of 6.4 
percent from the 1,043 million kilograms reported 
for 1988. The trend of production of these 
products is shown in the graph in figure 11-1 
Sales of plasticizers totaled 837 million kilograms, 
valued at $1,046 million, in 1989 compared with 
850 million kilograms, valued at $1,001 million, 
in 1988. 

Production of cyclic plasticizers in 1989, which 
consisted chiefly of the esters of phthalic 
anhydride, phosphoric acid, and uimellitic acid, 
amounted to 735 million kilograms, an decrease 



of 8.7 percent from the 805 million kilograms 
reported for 1988. Sales of cyclic plasticizers in 
1989 totaled 634 million kilograms, valued at 
$704 million, compared with 653 million 
kilograms, valued at $700 million, in 1988. The 
most important cyclic plasticizers were the dioctyl 
phthalates, with production of 139 million 
pounds, in 1989. 

Production of acyclic plasticizers in 1989 
totaled 242 million kilograms, an increase of 1.4 
percent from the 239 million kilograms reported 
for 1988. Sales of acyclic plasticizers totaled 202 
million kilograms, valued at $342 million, in 
1989, compared with 197 million kilograms, 
valued at $301 million, in 1988. Adipic acid 
esters were the most important acyclic plasticizers 
in 1989 with production of 71 million kilograms. 

Table 11-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer (s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 11-3. 

Jesse Lawrence Johnson 

202-252-1351 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3351) 



Figure 11-1 

Plasticizers: U.S. production, 198S-B9 



Millions 

ot kilograms 



800 



600 



200 




1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



11-1 



Section 11 

Table 11-1 

Plastlclzers: U.S. production and sales, 1969 



Plastlclzers Production^ 

1,000 
kilograms 

Grand total 976,391 

Benzenold' 840,230 

Nonbenzenold 1 36, 1 61 

Cyclic 

Total 734,653 

Phthallc anhydride esters, total 660,726 

Dlbutyl phthalates (Including 

dllsobutyl phthalates) 9.725 

Diethyl phthalates (Including dllso 

ethyl phthalates) 10,999 

Dllsodecyl phthalate* 84,435 

Dllsononyl phthalate 99,441 

Dimethyl phthalate (Including 

dimethyl Isophthalate) 5,187 

DIoctyl phthalates' 138,828 

Dl-trldecyl phthalate 1 1 ,923 

All other phthallc anhydride esters 300,188 

Trimellltic add esters 26,136 

All other cyclic plastlclzers* 47,791 

Acyclic 

Total 241 .738 

Adipic add esters, total 71 , 101 

Dl(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 22,239 

Dllsodecyl adipate 1 ,756 

All other adIpIc add esters 47 , 1 06 

Complex linear polyesters and 

polymeric plastlclzers 37,406 

Epoxidlzed esters, total 62,150 

Epoxidlzed soya oil esters 55,161 

All other epoxidlzed esters 6,989 

Myrlstic acid ester 1 ,012 

Oleic acid esters, total 6,013 

Butyl oleate 544 

All other oleic add esters 5,469 

2-Ethylhexyl palmitate 662 

Dl(2-ethylhexyl) sebacate 4,676 

Stearic acid esters, total 4,784 

Isobutyl stearate 691 

All other stearic acid esters 4,093 

All other acyclic plastlclzers" 53 , 934 



Quantity 



1.000 
kilograms 



836,589 



710,565 
126,024 



634,202 



8,108 

8,363 

82,723 

100.240 

5,266 

139,588 

11,488 

203,655 

28,969 
45,602 



202,387 



45,639 



24,249 

1,028 

20,362 



29,226 
63,654 



55,831 
7,823 



1,123 
5,760 



580 
5,180 



702 
1,263 



4,875 



717 
4.158 



1.000 
dollars 



836,872 
208,655 



47,108 
89.232 



75.506 



30.387 

1.503 

43.616 



60,205 
85,034 



74,460 
10,574 



4,046 
8,614 



910 
7,704 



1,538 
4,333 



8,712 



1,166 
7,546 



93,597 



Average 

Unit 

value^ 

Per 
kilogram 



1,045,527 $1.25 



1.18 
1.66 



703,942 1.11 



567,602 1.01 



9,188 1.13 

31,657 3.79 

75,451 .91 

88,770 .89 

6,565 1.25 

121,917 .87 

14,279 1.24 

219,775 1,08 



1.63 
1.96 



1.69 

1.65 

1.25 
1.46 
2.15 

2.06 
1.34 

1.33 
1.35 

3.60 

1.50 

1.57 
1,49 

2.19 
3.43 

1.79 

1,63 
1.81 



11-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



TabI* 11-1— Continued 

Plastlclzera: U.S. production and salos, 1989 



' Includes data for compounds used principally (but not exclusively) as primary plastlclzers. Does not Include 
clearly defined extenders or secondary plastlclzers. 

' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

' Includes benzenold products as defined In part 1, schedule 4, of the Tariff Schedules of the United States 
Annotated. 

♦ The difference between the production reported here and that shown on the Preliminary Report on U.S. 
Production of Selected Organic Chemicals (Including Synthetic Plastics and Resin Materials). 1989. results from a 
combination of Incorrect reporting by some companies, end-of-year Inventory adjustments, and rounding. 

' Includes data for cresyl diphenyl phosphate, dibutyi phenyl phosphate, diphenyl octyl phosphate, tricresyi 
phosphate, triphenyl phosphate, and other cyclic phosphoric acid esters, glycol dibenzoates. toluenesulfonamldes, 
tetrahydrofurfuryl oleate, and other cyclic plastlclzers. 

* Includes data for azelaic acid esters, citric and acetytcltric acid esters, myrlstlc acid esters, pelargonic acid 
esters, riclnoleic and acetylrtcinolelc acid esters, glyceryl and glycol esters, and other acyclic plastlclzers. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



11-3 



Section 11 

Tabl« 11-2 

Plastlclzara for which U.S. production and/or aalea war* raportad, Idantiflad by manufaeturar, 1989 



Plastlclzers 



Separate 
statistics* 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 11-3) 



Cyclic Yaa 

N-n-butyl benzenesulfonamlde No 

Diethylene glycol dibenzoate No 

DIpropanedlol dibenzoate (Olpropylene glycol 

dibenzoate) No 

N-Ethyl-p-toluenesulfonamlde No 

Phosphoric acid esters: 

Isodecyl diphenyl phosphate No 

Tricresyl phosphate No 

Trlphenyl phosphate No 

All other phosphoric acid esters No 

PhtheUlc anhydride esters: Yaa 

Bls(2-ethylhexyl)terephthalate No 

Butyl benzyl phthalate No 

Butyl 2-ethylhexyl phthalate No 

Butyl octyl phthalates No 

DI(2-butoxyethyl) phthalate No 

DIbutyl phthalate (Including dlisobutyl phthalate) No 

Dicyclohexyl phthalate No 

Diethylene glycol phthalate No 

Diethyl isophthalate No 

Diethyl phthalate No 

Dl-(n-heptyi-n-nonyl) phthalate No 

Dl-(n-heptyl-n-nonyl) undecyl phthalate No 

Dllsodecyi phthalate Yea 

Dllsohexyl phthalate No 

Dllsononyl phthalate Yea 

Dimethyl Isophthalate No 

Dimethyl phthalate No 

Dinonyl phthalate No 

Dinonyl undecyl phthalate No 

Di-trldecyl phthalate Yea 

DIundecyl phthalate No 

2-Ethylhexyl cyclohexyl phthalate No 

Hexyi n-decyl phthalate No 

n-Octyl n-decyl phthalate No 

Phthalic add, dialiyi ester No 

Dioctyl phthalates: Yea 

Dl(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate No 

Dilso-octyi phthalate No 

Dl-n-octyi phthalate No 

All other dioctyl phthalates No 

Glycol phthalate esters: No 

Butyl phthalyl butyl glycolate No 

All other glycol phthalate esters No 

All other phthalic anhydride esters Yes 

Polyethylene glycol dibenzoate No 

Tetrahydrofurfuryl oieate No 

Toluenesulfonamlde o-, p-mlxtures No 

Trlmellltlc add esters: Yes 

Trl(2-ethylhexyl) trimellltate No 

TrI-n-hexyltrlmellltate No 

Trilsodecyl trimellltate No 

Trllsononyl trimellltate ' No 

Trilso-octyl trimellltate .,, , No 

Trimethyl trimellltate ,, , No 

Tri-n-octyl n-decyl trimellltate No 

Trioctyl trimellltate ,[[ No 

All other trlmellltlc acid esters No 

All other cyclic plastlclzers [ , No 



UTC. 
KLM. VEL. 

KLM, VEL. 
NES. TNA, UTC. 

MON. 

FMC. 

FMC. MON. 

FMC, MON. SCP, SM. 

EKT. 

MON. 

BAS. 

ART. 

HAL. 

ART. BAS. EKT, MRF. NOD. UTC. WTH. 

UTC. (»). 

CMB. 

n. 

EKT. MON. MRF. 

BAS. SC. 

BAS. ENJ. SC. 

ART. BAS. ENJ. HCC. MON. NOD. TEK. 

ENJ. 

ART. BAS, ENJ. TEK. 

UTC. (»). 

EKT. MRF. UTC. WTC. 

ENJ. MRF. SC. 

TEK. 

ART. ENJ. HCC. NOD. SM. TEK. 

ART. BAS. SC. TEK. 

HCC. 

VST. 

ART.. VST. 

TNA. 

ART. BAS. EKT. ENJ, HCC. TEK. 

ENJ, HAL. HCC, NOD. TEK. 

EK. 

BAS, HCC. 

HAL, (»). 

HAL. 

BAS. MON. NOD. SC. TEK. WTC. 

VEL. 

WTC. 

UTC. 

BAS. ENJ, HCC. TEK. 

ENJ. HCC. 

ART. TEK. 

ENJ. HAL. NOD. TEK. 

FER. (»). 

HAL. 

ART. EKT, HAL. 

ART. BAS. TEK, (»). (»). 

BOE, NEV. NOD, UTC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



11-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Tabis 11-2— Continued 

Plastlclzar* for which U.S. production and/or sale* ware reported. Identified by manufacturer. 1989 



Plastlclzers 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 11-3) 



Acyclic Yea 

Adipic acid esters: Yea 

Butylene glycol adipate No 

Di(2-(2-butoxyethoxy)othyl) adipate No 

DIbutoxyethyl adipate No 

Dl(2-ethylhexyl) adipate Yes 

Dl-n-hexyl adipate No 

Dllsobutyl adipate No 

Dllsodecyl adipate Yea 

Dllsononyl adipate No 

Dllso-octyl adipate No 

Dllsopropyl adipate No 

Dimethyl adipate No 

Dl-n-octyl adipate No 

Dl-trldocyl adipate No 

Ethylene glycol adipate No 

Neopentyl glycol adipate No 

n-Octyl n-decyl adipate No 

All other adIpIc add esters Yes 

Azelalc acid esters: No 

Dl(2-ethylhexyl) azelate No 

All other azelalc acid esters No 

Citric and acetylcltric acid esters: No 

Tributyl acetylcltrate No 

Tributyl citrate No 

Triethyl acetylcltrate No 

Triethyl citrate No 

All other citric and acetylcltric acid esters No 

Complex linear polyesters and polymeric plastlclzers: Yes 
AdIpIc acid type complex linear polyesters and 

polymeric plastlclzers No 

All other complex linear polyesters and 

polymeric plastlclzers No 

Epoxidlzed esters: Yes 

Epoxidlzad Unseed oils No 

Epoxidlzed pentaerythrttol tetraphthatate No 

Epoxidlzed soya oils Yes 

2-Ethylhexyl epoxytallatas No 

All other epoxidlzed esters Yes 

Glyceryl triproplonate No 

Glutaric acid esters: No 

Neopentyl glycol glutarate No 

All other glutaric acid esters No 

Laurie acid esters No 

Myrlstic acid esters : Yes 

Isopropyl myristate No 

All other myrlstic acid esters No 

Octandic acid esters: No 

2-Butoxyethyl oleate No 

Oleic acid esters: Yes 

Butyl oleate No 

Decyl oleate No 

2-Ethylhexyl oleate No 

Glyceryl trioleate (Triolein) No 

Isobutyl oleate No 

Iso-octyl oleate No 

Methyl oleate No 

Neopentyl glycol dioleate No 

Oleyl oleate No 



HAL. 












HAL, 


MON. 










EKT, 


HAL. 










ART, 


BAS, 


CAS, 


EKT. 


ENJ. 


HAL. HCC, 


MON, MRF, NOD. TEK, WTH. 


EKT, 


MON. 










HAL, 


WTC. 


(')• 








HAL, 


HCC, 


NOD 








ART. 


ENJ, 


TEK. 








HAL, 


HCC. 










VND. 


WTH. 










MRF, 


<»). 










WTH 












HCC, 


, NOD 


. SM. 


WM. 






HAL. 












HAL. 












HCC, 












HAL. 


MON, 


, PCI. 


SCP. 


WM. 


WTC. 


HAL. 


SCP. 


TEK. 








SCP. 












UTC. 












(*). 












(»). 












(»). 












CCL, 


{')■ 











HAL, MRF, SCP, TEK. WTC. WTH. 



EKX, HPC. SBC, SCP, SM. TEK. VND. 
WTC. 



ucc. 


VIK, 


WTC. 




ucc. 








FER, 


FMB. 


TEK. 


UCC. VIK. WTC. 


UCC, 


WTC 






REZ, 


UCC, 


VIK. 




EKT. 








HAL. 








HAL. 








HAL. 








CAS, 


WM, 


WTH. 




CAS, 


SCP. 


WTH. 




HAL. 








HAL, 


SCP, 


WTC, 


WTH. 


SBC. 


SCP. 


VND. 




HAL. 








SCP. 


WTC 






SBC. 








HAL. 








SCP, 


WTC 






HCC 








CAS. 


SBC. 







See footnotes at end of table. 



11-5 



Section 11 

Tabl« 11-2— Contlnuad 

Plastlclzers for which U.S. production and/or aal** w«r« reported. Identified by manufacturer, 19B9 



Plastlclzers 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Iderttlflcatlon codes 
(according to list In table 11-3) 



Acyclic Yes 

Oleic acid esters— Continued Yes 
Propyl oieates: 

n-Propyi oleate No 

Trimethyioipropane trioleate No 

Aii other oleic acid esters No 

Paln^itic acid esters: 

2-Ethyihexyi paimltate Yes 

isopropyi paimltate No 

Aii other palmitic acid esters No 

Peiargonic acid esters: No 

Glycol peiargonate No 

isodecyl peiargonate No 

Ail other peiargonic acid esters No 

Phosphoric acid esters: No 

Tri(2-butoxyethyi) phosphate No 

Tributyl phosphate No 

Triethyl phosphate No 

RIclnoieIc and acetylrlcinoleic acid esters: No 

n-Butyl acetyihcinoleate No 

Butyl ricinoleate No 

Glyceryl monohclnoleate No 

Glyceryl trl(acetylrlclnoieate) No 

Methyl ricinoleate No 

Propylene glycol monorlclnoieate No 

All other riclnoielc and acetylrlcinoleic acid 

esters No 

Sebacic acid esters: No 

DIbutoxyethyl sebacate No 

DIbutyl sebacate No 

OI(2-ethylhexyi) sebacate Yes 

Dilsopropyl sebacate No 

Dimethyl sebacate No 

Propylene glycol sebacate No 

Stearic acid esters : Yes 

n-Butyi stearate No 

Olethylene glycol succinate No 

2-Ethyihexyi stearate No 

Glyceryl trtacetyi stearate No 

Hexadecyi stearate No 

Isobutyl stearate Yes 

isopropyi stearate No 

Myrlstyl steeu-ate No 

2-Octyidecyl-12-8tearoyl stearate No 

Tridecyl stearate No 

All other stearic acid esters Yes 

Sucrose acetate isobutyrate No 

Tetraethyiene glycol di(2-ethylhexanoate) No 

Trtethylene glycol di(caprylate-caprate) No 

Triethylene glycol di(2-ethyibutyrate) No 

Trtethylene glycol dl(2-ethyihexanoate) No 

2,2.4-Trlmethyl-1 ,3-pentanediol dllsobutyrate No 

All other acyclic plastlclzers Yes 



SCP. 
HCC. 
HAL. 

VND, WM, WTH. 
CAS, WM, WTH. 
SBC. 

SCP. 
SCP. 
CAS. HCL. SBC. WM. 

FMC, MON. 

FMC. 

EKT. 

CAS. 

CAS. 

CAS. 

CAS. 

CAS, SCP. 

CAS. 

CAS. 

HAL. 

HAL. WM. (»). 

HAL. HCC, TEK, (»). 

SBC, (»). 

SCP, (»), (»). 

HAL. 



SCP, 
CMS. 
CAS, 
CAS. 
HCL. 
SCP, 
CAS. 
VND. 
VND. 
HCC, 
CAS, 
EKT, 
HAL. 
HAL. 
HAL. 
EKT, 
EKX. 
ARZ. 



WM, WTC, WTH. 
HCL, WM. 

WM, WTC, WTH. 



WM. 

SBC, SCP, VND, WM, WTC. 

UCC. 



HAL. 

HCC. HCL, HPC, SCP, WM, WTC. 



' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

* The manufacturer did not consent to his identification with the designated products. 
Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



11-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Tabl« 11-3 
Plastlclzers: 



Directory of manufacturars. alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ART Arlstech Chemical Corp. . Chemical DIv. 

ARZ Arizona Chemical Co. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BOE Boehme Fllatex, Inc. 

CAS CasChem, Inc. 

CCL Catawba-Charlab. Inc. 

CMS Cambridge Industrle8 Co. 

EK Eastman Kodak Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. DIv. 

EKX Texas Eastman Co. DIv. 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

PER Ferro Corp.: 

Bedford Chemical DIv. 

Grant Chemical DIv. 

FMB FMC Corp. , Chemical Products Group 

FMC FMC Corp. , NItro DIv. 

HAL C. P. Hall Co. 

HCC Hatco Chemical Corp. 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp., Sou-Tex 

Works 

HPC Hercules. Inc. 

KLM Kal2una Chemical. Inc. 

MON Monsanto Co. 



fvlRF Morflex Chemical Co. . Inc. 

NES Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 

NEV Neville Chemical Co. 

NOD Huls America. Inc. 

PCI Piedmont Chemical Industries, Inc. 

REZ Hl-Tek Polymers. Inc. 

SBC Scher Chemicals. Inc. 

SO Sterling Chemical. Inc. 

SCP Henkel Corp. 

SM Mobil Oil Corp. Chemical Products DIv. 

TEK Teknor Apex Co. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp. , Industrial 

Chemicals DIv. 

UTC Unltex Chemical Corp. 

VEL Veslcol Chemical Corp. 

VIK M&T Chemicals. Inc. 

VND Van Dyk DIv. of Malllnckrodt, Inc. 

VST Vista Chemical Co. 

WM Inolex Chemical Co. 

WTC Wltco Chemical Corp. 

WTH Union Camp Corp. , Chemical DIv. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



11-7 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 12 
Surface-Active Agents 

The surface-active agents included in this 
report are organic chemicals that reduce the 
surface tension of water or other solvents and are 
used chiefly as detergents, dispersing agents, 
emulsifiers, foaming agents, or wetting agents in 
either aqueous or nonaqueous systems. Waxes 
and products used chiefly as plasticizers are 
excluded. Surface-active agents are produced 
from natural fats and oils, from silvichemicals 
such as lignin, rosin, and tall oil, and from 
chemical intermediates derived from coal tar and 
petroleum. A major part of the output of the bulk 
chemicals shown in this report is consumed in the 
form of packaged soaps and detergents for 
household and industrial use. The remainder is 
used in the processing of textiles and leather, in 
ore flotation and oil-drilling operations, and in the 
manufacture of agricultural sprays, cosmetics, 
elastomers, foods, lubricants, paint, 

pharmaceuticals, and many other products. 

The statistics for production and sales of 
surface-active agents (table 12-1) are grouped by 
ionic class and by chemical class and subclass. All 
quantities are reported in terms of 100-percent 
organic surface-active ingredients and thus 
exclude all inorganic salts, water, and other 
diluents. Sales statistics reflect sales of bulk 
surface-active agents only; sales of formulated 
products are excluded. Data for the production 
of surface-active agents during 1985-89 are 
shown in figure 12-1. 

Total U.S. production of surface-active agents 
in 1989 amounted to 3,085 million kilograms, or 
7 percent less than the 3,319 million kilograms 
reported for 1988. Sales of bulk surface-active 
agents in 1989 amounted to 1,724 million 
kilograms, valued at $2,086 million, compared 
with sales in 1988 of 1,933 million kilograms, 



valued at $2,303 million. In terms of quantity, 
sales in 1989 were 11 percent less than in 1988. 

Production of anionic surface-active agents in 
1989 amounted to 2,031 million kilograms, or 66 
percent of the total surfactant output reported for 
1989. Sales of anionics in 1989 amounted to 870 
million kilograms, valued at $612 million. 

Production of cationic surface-active agents in 
1989 amounted to 293 million kilograms, 8 
percent less than the 319 million kilograms 
reported in 1988. Production of nonioruc 
surface-active agents amounted to 743 million 
kilograms in 1989, 20 percent less than the 913 
million kilograms reported in 1988. Sales of 
cationic surface-active agents in 1989 decreased 
by 7 percent in terms of quantity, and by 2 
percent in terms of value when compared with 
sales as reported in 1988. Sales of nonionics in 
1989 decreased by 16 percent in terms of 
quantity, and by 15 percent in terms of value 
when compared with sales as reported in 1988. 

The difference between production and sales 
reflects inventory changes and captive 
consumption of surface-active agents by synthetic 
rubber producers, and by manufacturers of 
cosmetics, packaged detergents, bar soaps, and 
other formulated consumer products. In some 
instances the difference may also reflect quantities 
of surface-active agents used as chemical 
intermediates, e.g., nonionic alcohol and 
alkylphenol ethoxylates, which may be converted 
to anionic surface-active agents by phosphation or 
sulfation. 

Table 12-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 12-3. 

Eric Land 

202-252-1349 

(Effective 1/14/91 202-205-3349) 



12-1 



Section 12 



Rgura 12-1 

Surfaca-actlva agents: U.S. production, 1985-89 



Billions 

of kilograms 



3' „i-.,-:.;W .,».„■:-■,;;! ,;■%/»,;% v:,%,,-v — 



1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



12-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 12-1 

Surface-active agents: U.S. production and sales. 1989 



Surface-active agents 



Production' 



1.000 
kilograms 



Grand total 3-°85.374 

Benzenol*' , ?51'I«« 

Nonbenzonold 2,433.609 

Amphoteric 

Total 17,853 

(Carboxymothyl) 13- (coconut oil amido) propyl] 

dimethylammonlum hydroxide. Inner salt 1 .884 

N-Dodecyl-3-lmlnodlproplonlc acid, dl&odlum salt 98 

(Mixed alkyl) sulfobetalne 204 

All other amphoteric surface active agents 15,667 

Anionic 

Total 2,031 .362 

Carboxyllc acids (and salts thereof) . total 499.264 

Amine salts of fatty, rosin, and tall oil adds 2,478 

Coconut oil acids, potassium salt (') 

Coconut oil adds, sodium salt 92,434 

Oleic acid, sodium salt 35 

Rosin acids, potassium salt 35.227 

Stearic add. sodium salt (') 

Tall oil adds, potassium salt 4.271 

Tallow adds, sodium salts 196,917 

All other carboxyllc acids (and salts thereof) 167.902 

Phosphoric 2uid polyphosphoric add esters (and sedts 

thereof), total 35,149 

Alcohols and phenols, alkoxylated and phosphated, total . . 27,860 

DInonylphenol, ethoxylated and phosphated 733 

Mixed linear stlcohols, ethoxylated and phosphated 2,051 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated and phosphated 3,922 

Phenol, ethoxylated and phosphated 799 

Trldecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated 2,569 

All other alcohols and phenols, alkoxylated and 

phosphated 17,786 

Decyl and octyl phosphate 826 

2-Ethylhexyl phosphate 605 

Hexyl phosphate 1 32 

Mixed ailryl phosphate 1,115 

All other phosphoric and polyphosphoric add esters 

(and salts thereof) 4,61 1 

Sulfonic acids (and salts thereof) . total 1 .075.203 

Alkylbenzenesulfonates. total 346.834 

Dodecyibenzenesulfonlc acid 195,075 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic add. calcium salt 2.678 

Dodecylbenzenesuifonic acid. Isopropylamlne salt 2.330 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, monoethanolamlne salt . 51 

Docecylbenzenesulfonic add, sodium salt 81 ,154 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic add. triethanolamlne salt .... 6.530 

All other aikylbenzene sulfonates 59.016 

Benzene-, cumene-. toluene-, and xyienesulfonates. 

total 63,51 1 

Xylenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 39,644 

All other benzene-, cumene-, toluene-, and 

xylenes sulfonates 23.867 



Sales^ 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

value' 



1.000 
kilograms 



1,724,035 



350,322 
1,373,713 



16,234 



870.371 



98.486 



21.244 



1.000 
dollars 



Per 
kilogram 



2,085,847 $1.21 



500,429 
1,585,418 



34.100 



612,217 



101,772 



1.43 
1.15 



2.10 



1.657 


4.105 


2.48 


98 


327 


3.34 


176 


383 


2.20 


14.303 


29,280 


2.05 



.70 



1.848 


3,415 


1.85 


688 


4,996 


7.26 


3.698 


3,847 


1.04 


34 


61 


1.79 


36,347 


22,243 


.61 


23 


39 


1.70 


1,055 


1.185 


1,12 


17.623 


10,525 


.60 


37.170 


55,461 


1.49 



2.27 



16,388 


35,024 


2.14 


517 


1.226 


2.37 


1.563 


3,972 


2.54 


3.096 


6.948 


2.24 


867 


1.675 


1.93 


1,754 


3.457 


1.97 


8.591 


17,746 


2.07 


743 


1,607 


2.16 


404 


887 


2.20 


127 


323 


2.54 


875 


2,665 


3.05 


2.707 


7,666 


2.83 


114,595 


287,991 


.47 


87,389 


113,996 


1.30 


48,668 


56,556 


1.16 


2.303 


7.359 


3.20 


1.805 


3.619 


2.00 


51 


158 


3.10 


26.707 


35,563 


1.33 


6.536 


8.563 


1.31 


1,319 


2,178 


1.65 


53,308 


30.062 


.56 


35,894 


19.174 


.53 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-3 



Section 12 



Table 12-1— Continued 

Surface-active agents: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Surface-active agents 





Sales' 




Average 
Unit 


Production' 


Quantity 


Value 


value^ 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



Anionic— Continued 

Sulfonic acids (and salts thereof)— Continued 

Lignlnsulfonates and naphthalenesulfonates, total 581 .282 

Ugnlnsuifonic acid, ammonium salt (°) 

LIgnlnsulfonic acid, calcium salt 246,337 

Ugnlnsuifonic add. sodium salt 302.856 

All other lignlnsulfonates and naphthalene- 
sulfonates 32,089 

Mixed linear olefin sulfonate 10,270 

Sulfosucclnamic acid derivatives 1 ,640 

Sulfonic acids having ester or ether linkages, toteU 64,216 

Sulfosucclnic acid esters, total 12,659 

Sulfosucclnic acid, bl8(2-ethylhexyl)e8ter, 

sodium salt 9,473 

All other sulfosucclnic acid esters 3,186 

All other sulfonic acids having ester or ether 

linkages 51 , 557 

All other sulfonic acids (and salts thereof) 7,450 

Sulfuric add esters (and salts thereof) , total* 421 ,746 

Adds, amides, and esters, sulfated, total 4,462 

Butyl oleate, sulfated, sodium salt 427 

All other acids, amides, and esters, sulfated 4,035 

Alcohols, sulfated, total 163,180 

Decyl sulfate, sodium salt 646 

Dodecyl sulfate, ammonium salt 14,184 

Dodecyl sulfate, magnesium salt 202 

Dodecyl sulfate, sodium salt 10,798 

Dodecyl sulfate, triethanolamine salt 3,081 

2-Ethylhexyl sulfate sodium salt 876 

All other alcohols, sulfated 133,393 

Ethers, sulfated, total* 241 ,531 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

ammonium salt 382 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, sodium 

salt 5,006 

Mixed linear alcohlos, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

ammonium salt 60,382 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

sodium salt 98,554 

All other ethers, sulfated* 77,207 

Natural fats and oils, sulfated, total 12,573 

Castor oil, sulfated, sodium salt 2,237 

Lard, sulfated sodium salt 1 ,003 

Mixed fish oils, sulfated, sodium salt 279 

Tall oil, sulfated, sodium salt 634 

Tallow, sulfated, sodium salt 201 

All other natural fats and oils, sulfated 8,219 

Catlonic 

Total 292,775 

Amine oxides and oxygen-containing amines (except 

those having amide linkages) , total 67,474 

Acyclic, total 63.398 

(Coconut oil aikyl)amlne. ethoxylated 2,792 

(Hydrogenated tallow alkyi) amine, ethoxylated 492 

(9-Octadecenyl)amine, ethoxylated 961 

Octadecylamlne, ethoxylated 615 

(Soybean oil aikyl)amlne, ethoxylated 173 

(Tallow alkyljamlne, ethoxylated 3,572 



445,378 


77,459 


$0.17 


2,377 


560 


.24 


254,674 


27,484 


.11 


157,591 


29.787 


.19 


30,736 


19,628 


.64 


10,070 


14,448 


1.43 


1,586 


2,462 


1.55 


12,597 


38,479 


3.05 


10,863 


27,229 


2.51 


8,400 


21,090 


2.51 


2,463 


6,139 


2.49 


1.734 


11,250 


6.49 


4.267 


11,085 


2.60 


136.046 


174,282 


1.28 


3,467 


6,325 


1.82 


406 


527 


1.30 


3,061 


5,798 


1.89 


42,204 


61,911 


1.47 


418 


505 


1.21 


7,864 


12,967 


1.65 


37 


145 


3.92 


10,607 


23,045 


2.17 


2,310 


5,380 


2.33 


876 


2,202 


2.51 


20,092 


17,667 


.88 


79.464 


95,474 


1.20 



382 



170.219 



25,403 



984 
11,365 



10,477 



375,416 



2.58 
2.27 



1.36 



17.188 


23,040 


1.34 


49.181 


49,608 


1.01 


10.911 


10,572 


.97 


2.014 


3,573 


1.77 


n 


n 


(») 


279 


222 


.80 


586 


571 


.97 


162 


176 


1.09 


7,870 


6,030 


.77 



22,567 


45,243 


2.00 


2,527 


3,412 


1.35 


500 


894 


1.79 


885 


1.780 


2.01 


572 


1.636 


2.86 


187 


550 


2.94 


3,281 


7.500 


2.29 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-4 



TabI* 12-1— Continued 

Surface-active agents: U.S. production and sales, 19S9 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Surface-active agents 





Sales' 




Average 
Unit 


Production' 


Quantity 


Value 


value* 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



Catlonic— Continued 

Amine oxides and oxygen-contalning amines (except 
those having amide linkages)— Continued 
Acyclic— Continued 
N- (Tallow alkyl) trimethylene diamine, ethoxylated . . . . 
All other acyclic amine oxides and oxygen containing 

aimlnes (except those having amide linkages) 

Cyclic (including Imidazoline and oxazoilne 

derivatives) , total 

1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nonyl-2-lmida20llne 

1-{2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nor(tall oil aikyl)-2- 

imidazollne 

All other cyclic amine oxides 2uid oxygen containing 
amines (except those having amide linkages) 

Amines and amine oxides having amide linkages 

Amines, not containing oxygen (and salts 
thereof) , total 

Amines salts 

Amine salts, diamines and polyamines 

Monoamines , total 

(Coconut oil alkyl)amine 

N,N-Olmethyloctadecylamlne 

(Hydrogenated tallow ajkyi)amlne 

Methyl didecylamlne 

9-Octadecenyiamlne 

Octadecylamlne 

(Soybean oil alkyl) amine 

(Tallow alkyi)amlne 

All other monoamines 

Quaternary ammonium salts, containing oxygen, total . . . , 

(Coconut oil allcyl)bls(2-hydroxyethyl. ethoxylatad)- 

methyiammonium chloride 

All other quaternary ammonium salts, containing oxygen 

Quaternary ammonium salts, not containing oxygen, total , 

Acyclic .total 

Bis(coconut oil alkyl )dlmethylammonlum chloride 

Bis (hydrogenated tallow alkyl )dlmethylammonlum 

chloride 

N- (coconut oil 2Ukyi) aminobutyric acid, sodium salt . . . , 
All other acyclic quatemary ammonium salts, not 

containing oxygen 

Benzenoid, total* 

Benzyl (coconut oil alkyl) dimethyiammonlum chloride 

Benzyidlmethyi (mixed alkyl) ammonium chloride 

Benzyidimethyl octadecyi ammonium . chloride 

Benzyltrlmethylammonlum chloride 

All other benzenoid quatemary ammonium salts, not 

containing oxygen 

All other catlonic surface-active agents 



424 


323 


740 


$2.29 


54,369 


14.292 


28.731 


2.01 


4,076 


2.836 


9.380 


3.31 


436 


441 


1,432 


3.25 


705 


225 


1.728 


7.68 


2,935 


2.170 


6,220 


2.87 


22.105 


17.818 


28,057 


1.57 


103,531 


40.179 


75,670 


1.88 


1,796 


1,773 


3,469 


1.96 


11.623 


8.366 


13.832 


1.65 


90.112 


30.040 


58.369 


1.94 


4.206 


443 


1.120 


2.53 


586 


253 


707 


2.79 


3.988 


1.884 


2.714 


1.44 


758 


185 


616 


3.33 


3.126 


1.662 


3.166 


1.90 


434 


463 


1.203 


2.60 


2,857 


2.400 


3.212 


1.34 


(•) 


5.710 


6.913 


1.21 


74.157 


17.040 


38.718 


2.27 


20.716 


18.039 


43.145 


2.39 


152 


146 


415 


2.84 


20.564 


17.893 


42.730 


2.39 


73,943 


66,994 


146,005 


2.18 


61,267 


58.348 


125,674 


2.15 


1.451 


1,428 


3,925 


2.75 


34,271 


31,589 


57.659 


1.83 


1.065 


1,050 


3.558 


3.39 


24,480 


24,281 


60.532 


2.49 


12,676 


8.646 


20,331 


2.35 


557 


536 


1.092 


2.04 


2,833 


2.757 


8,077 


2.93 


297 


8B 


433 


4.94 


1,783 


1,26S 


2,213 


1.75 


7.206 


4,000 


8,516 


2.13 


5.006 


1.786 


27,916 


15.63 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-5 



Section 12 

Tabl« 12-1— Continued 

Surface-active agents: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Surface-active agents 



Production^ 



Sales^ 



Quantity 



Value 



Average 

Unit 

value' 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
dollars 



Per 
kilogram 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Total 743.384 

Carboxyllc acid amides, total 35,154 

DIethanolamlne condensates, amine/acid ratio = 2/1, 

total 8.171 

Coconut oil acids 1 .463 

Coconut oil and tallow acids 4,222 

Lauhc and myrlstic acids 138 

Oleic add 295 

Stearic add 22 

Tall oil adds 859 

All other diethamolamlne condensates, amIne/acId 

ratio = 2/1 1,172 

Dlethanol2unlne condensates (other eunlne/add 

ratios), and other carboxyllc add amides, total 17,051 

Coconut oil acids, amine/acid ratio = 1/1 12,996 

Laurie acid, amIne/acid ratio = 1/1 931 

Laurie and myristic acids, amine/acid ratio = 1/1 460 

Unoielc add, £unlne/acid ratio =1/1 Ill 

Stearic add, 2unine/acld ratio =1/1 69 

All other diethanoiamine condensates (other am(ne/acld 

ratios) , and other carboxyllc acid amides 2,484 

Other alkanolamine condensates 9,932 

Carboxyllc acid esters, totiU 156,528 

Anhydrosorbltol esters, total 19,543 

Anhydrosorbitol monoiaurate 3,325 

Anhydrosorbltol mono-oleate 6,050 

Anhydrosorbltol monosteau'ate 6,461 

Anhydrosorbitol sesquloieate 386 

Anhydrosorbltol trioleate 2,079 

All other anhydrosorbltol esters 1 ,242 

Dlethyiene glycol esters, total 3,271 

DIethyiene glycol monoiaurate 116 

Dlethyiene glycol monostearate 29 

All other dlethyiene glycol esters 3,126 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol esters, total 14,558 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol monoiaurate 3,128 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol mono-oleate 4.540 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol monostearate 5,012 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol trioleate 1 ,264 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol tristearate 285 

All other ethoxylated sorbitol and anhydrosorbltol 

esters 329 

Ethoxylated sorbitol esters 1 ,563 

Ethylene glycol distearate 2,106 

Ethylene glycol monostearate 1 ,692 

Glycerol esters, total 48,651 

Glycerol mono-oleate 4,011 

Glycerol monostearate 10,668 

All other glycerol esters 33,972 

Natural fats and oils, ethoxylated, tottU 17,842 

Castor oil, ethoxylated 7,176 

Hydrogenated castor oil. ethoxylated 1 ,924 

Lanolin, ethoxylated 652 

Tall oil acids, ethoxylated 621 

Ail other natural fats and oils, ethoxylated 7,469 

Polyethylene glycol esters, total 27,312 

Polyethylene glycol diester of tall oil adds 2.196 

Polyethylene glycol dllaurate 547 

Polyethylene glycol dioleate 1 ,858 



667,211 



1.064.114 $1,59 



31,665 

7,780 

1,406 

4,220 

(') 

252 

28 

824 

1.050 

15,240 

11,860 

875 

458 

(•) 

45 

2,002 
8,645 

122,550 



16,454 
2,770 
3,621 
6,573 

404 
1,932 
1,154 
2,419 

123 
29 
2,267 
13,981 
2,966 
4,539 
4,840 

992 

295 

349 

1,541 

2,003 

1,550 

33,772 

3,608 

6,274 

23,890 

13,974 

6,287 

1,531 

641 

228 

5,287 

21,618 

321 

510 

697 



59,436 

14,039 

2,593 

7,917 

(') 

482 

66 

699 

2,282 

26,733 

18.639 

2,087 

1,255 

C) 

94 

4,658 
18,664 

233,880 



28,319 

5,672 

6,305 

10,082 

792 

3.284 

2.184 

2.927 

181 

75 

2.671 

29,847 

6,718 

9.143 

10,246 

2,207 

632 

901 

3,784 

3,348 

2,728 

64,313 

6,448 

11,004 

46,861 

28.733 

11.659 

3.321 

1.050 

358 

12,345 

42,062 

604 

1,139 

1.344 



1.88 

1.80 
1.84 
1.88 

(•) 
1.91 
2.36 

.85 

2.17 

1.75 
1.57 
2.38 
2.74 
(•) 
2.09 

2.33 
2.16 

1.91 

1.72 
2.05 
1.74 
1.53 
1.96 
1.70 
1.89 
1.21 
1.47 
2.55 
1.18 
2.13 
2.26 
2.01 
2.12 
2.22 
2.15 

2.58 
2.46 
1.67 
1.76 
1.90 
1.79 
1.75 
1.96 
2.06 
1.85 
2.17 
1.64 
1.57 
2.33 
1.95 
1.88 
2.23 
1.93 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-6 



Tabl« 12-1— Continued 

Surface-active agents: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Surface-active agents 



1.000 
kilograms 



Sales' 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

value* 



1.000 1.000 Per 

kilograms dollars kilogram 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Cart)oxyllc acid esters— Continued 

Polyethylene glycol esters— Continued 

Polyethylene glycol distearate 1 .044 

Polyethylene glycol monoester of coconut oil acids .... 112 

Polyethylene glycol monoester of tall oil acids 625 

Polyethylene glycol monolaurate 3,456 

Polyethylene glycol nnono-oleate 1 .878 

Polyethylene glycol monopalmltate 648 

Polyethylene glycol monopelargonate 1 ,494 

Polyethylene glycol monostearate 2.819 

Polyethylene glycol sesqulester of tall oil acids 906 

All other polyethylene glycol esters 9,729 

Polyglycerol esters, total 620 

Polyglycerol mono-oleate 369 

All other polyglycerol esters 251 

1 ,2-Propanedlol monostearate 848 

All other carboxyllc acid esters 18,522 

Ethers, total 537,069 

Benzenold ethers, totah" 190,876 

DInonylphenol, ethoxylated 2,101 

Dodecylphenol. ethoxylated 1 ,728 

Iso-octylphenol, ethoxylated 25,391 

(Mixed alkyl)phenol-formaldehyde. alkoxylated 6,560 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated 136,845 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated emd propoxylated 653 

Nonylphenol-formaldehyde, alkoxylated 2,069 

All other benzenold ethers 15,529 

Nonbenzenold ethers, total 304,615 

Chemically-defined linear alcohols, ethoxylated, total . 11,471 

Oecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 4,974 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 1 ,713 

Hexadecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 468 

9-Octadecenyl 2Ucohol. ethoxylated 871 

Octadecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 1 ,130 

Oleyl alcohol, ethoxylated 330 

All other chemically-defined linear alcohols, 

ethoxylated 1 ,985 

Mixed linear alcohols, alkoxylated, total 293,144 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated 271 .186 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and 

propoxylated 8.424 

All other mixed llneeu- alcohols, alkoxylated 13.534 

Other ethers and thioethers. total 41 ,578 

Mixed alcohols, ethoxylated 372 

Poly (mixed ethylene, propylene) glycol 5.875 

Tridecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 4,023 

All other ethers and thioethers 31 ,308 

All other nonlonic surface-active agents 14,633 



981 
106 
(•) 

3,292 

1,582 
776 
C) 

2,716 
867 

9.770 
526 
301 
225 
453 
14.259 

507,109 



172.225 

1,512 

1.556 

17,358 

(•) 

134,642 

603 

(•) 

16,554 

300,779 

11.153 

4,867 

1,774 

509 

506 

1.262 

300 

1,935 
289,626 
269.234 

7,794 

12.596 

34.105 

307 

1.780 

3.331 

28.687 

5.887 



2.833 

228 

(•) 

5.595 

3,210 

1,085 

C) 

5.709 

1.511 

18.804 

1.764 

897 

867 

1,150 

24,905 

747,925 



274.767 

3,589 

3.191 

44.596 

(») 

181.573 

1,563 

(") 

40,255 

402,106 

25,329 

9.105 

3,676 

1,436 

1,600 

3,652 

1,077 

4,783 
376,777 
342,232 

13.382 

21,163 

71,052 

475 

3.689 

5.321 

61.567 

22.873 



$2.89 
2.15 

C) 
1.70 
2.03 
1.40 

C) 
2.10 
1.74 
1.92 
3.35 
2.98 
3.86 
2.54 
1.75 

1.47 

1.60 
2.37 
2.05 
2.57 

(•) 
1.35 
2.59 

(•) 
2.43 
1.34 
2.27 
1.87 
2.07 
2.82 
3.16 
2.89 
3.59 

2.47 
1.30 
1.27 

1.72 
1.68 
2.08 
1.55 
2.07 
1.60 
2.15 

3.89 



< All qu2mtltles are given In terms of 100 percent organic surface-active Ingredient. 
' Sales Include products sold as bulk surface-active agents only. 

* Calculated from unrounded figures. 

* The term "benzenold" used In this report, describes any surface-active agent, except llgnin derivatives, whose 
molecular structure Includes 1 or more 6-membered carbocycllc or heterocyllc rings with conjugated double bonds 
(e.g.. the benzene ring or the pyridine ring). 

° Reported data were accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 

* Includes all other anionic surface-active agents. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



12-7 



Section 12 

Table 12-2 

Surface-actlv« agents for which U.S. production and/or tales ware reported. Identified by manufacturer, 



Separate Manufacturers' Iderttlflcatlon codes 
Surface-active agents statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Amphoteric 

1 . l-Bl8(carboxymethyl)-2-undecyl-2-lmlda2ollnlum 

chloride, disodlum salt No BRO. 

Bls((2-hydroxyethyl)tallow)ammonium ethanoate No MIR. 

Capramldopropyl betalne No AAC. 

3- [Caprylamldoethy lene- ( 2 -hydroxy ethyl ) amino) - 

propionic acid No MIR. 

Caprylamphoproplonate No MOA. 

1-Carboxyethyl-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2-heptyl-2- 

Imldazollnlum hydroxide, sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No MIR. 

1-Carboxyethyl-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2-nonyl-2- 

Imidazollnium hydroxide, sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No MIR. 

( 1 -Carboxyheptadecyl)trlmethylammonlum hydroxide. 

Inner salt No DUP. 

Carboxymethyi-3-cocoamidopropyl dimethyl eunmonlum 

chloride, sodium salt No ENJ. 

(Ceut)oxymethyi)[3-(coconut oil amido ) propyl] - 

dimethylammonlum hydroxide. Inner salt Yes AAC. OAF, MIR. PPQ, SCP. SHX. WM, 

WTC, (»). 
1-C8ulJoxymethyl-2-heptadecyl-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2- 

imideizollnium hydroxide, sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No MIR. 

1 -Carboxymethyl- 1 - ( 2-hydroxyethyl) -2-heptyl-2- 

imidazoliniumhydroxide , sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No MIR. 

1 -Carboxymethyl- 1 - (2-hydroxyethyl ) -2 , Imldazollnlum 

hydroxide sodium derivative, sodium salt No BRO. 

1 -Cartooxymethyl-1 - (2-hydroxyethyl) -2-nonyl-2- 

Imldazoiinlum hydroxide, sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No BRD, MIR. 

1-Carboxvmethyl-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2-undecyl-2- 

Imidazoiinium hydroxide, sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No MIR. 

1 -Carboxymethyl- 1 - (2-hydroxyethyl) -2-undecyl-2- 

imidazoliniumhydroxlde, sodium derivative, sodium 

salt No MIR. 

(Carboxymethyl)-3-(lauryl amido propyl dimethyl 

ammonium hydroxide inner salt No MIR. 

Cocoeunidoamphogiycinate No MOA. 

Cocoamidopropyi betalne No MOA. 

N-Cocoamldo-propyi-N,N-dlmethylamlne oxide No MOA. 

3- [3- (Cocoamidopropyi) dimethylammonio] -2- 

hydroxypropane sulfonate No MIR. 

3-Cocoamldopropyl-2-hydroxy-3-8ulfopropyldlmethyl 

ammonium hydroxide. Inner salt No SHX. 

Cocoamphocarboxyglycinate No MOA. 

Cocoamphocarboxyproplonate No MOA. 

Cocoamphoproplonate No MOA. 

3- ((Coconut oil ailty I) amldoethyiene-( 2-hydroxyethyl )- 

eunino) propionic acid No MIR. 

N , N-DI ( hydroxyethyl ) -n-carboxymethyl tallow ammonium 

quat, inner salt No SHX. 

Dodecyl disodlum banallne, N-(2-carboxyethyl), sodium 

83" No QAF. 

N-Dodecyl-3-lmlnodlproplonlc acid No MOA. 

N-Dodecyl-3-lmlnodlproplonlc acid, disodlum salt Yes AAC, MIR, MOA, SCP. 

N-Dodecyl-3-imlno-dlproplonlc acid, monosodlum salt No MIR.' 

Heptadecylmethylbenzimldazoiinesulfonlc acid, sodium 

*^' No BRD. 



See footnotes at end of table. 
12-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Tabia 12-2— Continued 

SurfacA-actlve agents for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



BRD, MOA, PPQ, SBC. WM. (»). 
AAC. 

MOA. 
AAC. 



Amphoteric— Continued 

Hexyllsonanylamldocarboxyllc acid, monoethanolamlne 

salt No HCL. 

1 -Hydroxy ethyl- 1 - ( 2-hydroxy-3-90dlum8Ulf onatopropyl) - 

2-capryl-2-lmldazolinlum hydroxide No MIR. 

1-Hydroxyethyl-1-(2-hydroxy-3-80dlum8ulfonatopropyl)- 

2-nor-coconut oil fatty acld8-2-lmlda20llnlum 

hydroxide No MIR. 

1-(2-Hydroxyothyl)-1- (sodium 

carboxymethyleneoxyethylene) -2-nor-coconut oil 

fatty aclds-2-lmldazollnlum hydroxide No MIR. 

Isodecyloxypropyllmlnoproplonic acid, monosodlum salt .... No ENJ. 

Isonanylamidocaprolc acid, triethanolamlne salt No SHX. 

Isostearic amphoproplonate No MOA. 

Laurylamldopropyl betalne No MOA. 

Laurylamphoglycinate No MOA. 

Hexyllsonanylamldocarboxyllc acid, monoethainolamlne 

salt No HCL. 

Mixed acyclic primary amines, ethoxylated and 

sulfated, sodium salt No RH. 

(Mixed alkyOsulfobeteUne Yes 

Oleamldopropyl betaUne No 

Oleic acld-ethylenedlamilne condensate, propoxylated 

and sulfated, sodium salt No 

Oleyl betaine No 

1 - ( Sodium carboxy ethylene ) - 1 - ( sodium 

carboxymethyleneoxyethylene) -2-nor- (tall oil fatty 

acids )-2-lmld2izollnlum hydroxide No MIR. 

1-(Sodlum cjut)oxymethyl)-1- (sodium 

carboxymethyleneoxyethylene) -2-nor- (coconut oH 

fatty aclds)-2-lmldazollnlum lauryl sulfate No MIR. 

N-(TaUow alkyl)-3-lmlnodlproplonlc add. disodlum 

salt No MIR, MOA, SCP. 

Trldecyloxypoly(ethyleneoxy) propionic acid, potassium 

salt No 

All other acyclic amphoteric surface-active agents No 

Al other cycHc amphoteric surface- active agents No 

Anionic 

Carboxyilc acids (and salts thereof): 
Amine salts of fatty, rosin, and tall oil acids: 

Coconut oil acids, dlethanolamlne salt No 

Coconut oil acids, ethanolamlne salt No 

Coconut oil acids, triethanolamlne salt No 

Isostearic add, mixed Isopropanolamlnes salt No 

Isostearic add, triethanolamlne salt No 

Oleic acid, dlethanolamlne salt No 

Oleic add, mixed Isopropanolamlne salt No 

Oleic add, triethanolamlne salt No 

3- Propanoic acid, cocoamino, sodium salt No 

Rosin adds, triethanolamlne salt No 

Stearic acld,N,N,N' ,N-tetrakls(2-hydroxyethyl)- 

ethylenedlamlne salt No 

Stearic acid, triethanolamlne salt No 

TaM oil adds, dlethanolamilne salt (condensate) No 

Tall oil acids, triethanolamlne salt No 

(Tall oil. fatty adds) , triethanolamlne salt No 

Tallow adds, triethanolamlne salt No 

All other amine salts of fatty, rosin, and t2dl 

oil adds No S, (») . 



MRV. 

BRD. CQY. DUP, MIR, MOA. PPQ, S, 

SCP, (»). 
PPQ. SBC. 



AAC. 


SHX. 






SBP. 








SCP. 








(2). 








PCI. 








AAC. 








UTC, 


('). 






(»). 








PCI. 








CPC. 








ICI. 








BRD, 


PCI, 


SBP. 


{') 


AAC, 


SHX. 






PNX. 








VWA. 








CPC, 


ENJ, 


SBP. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



12-9 



Section 12 



Tabia 12-2— Continued 



Surfaca-actlve agents for which U.S. production and/or talas wara raportad, Idantlflad by manufacturar, 
1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Contlnuad 

Carboxyllc acids (and salts thereof)— Continued 
Carboxyiic acids having amide, ester, or ether 

linkages: 

Butoxyethylene oxyacetic acid, sodium salt No 

5 (or 6)-Carboxy-4-hexyl-2-cyclohexene-1-octanolc 

acid, reaction products with castor oil No 

N-(Coconut oil acyl)sarcosine, sodium salt No 

N,N-Dlmethyl capramlde No 

Dodecyloxypoly(ethyleneoxy)acetlc acid, sodium 

salt No 

N-Lauroylsarcoslne, sodium salt No 

Maleic acid, monoalkyi ester No 

Mixed (secondary linear alcohol)polyethylene 

propionic acid, sodium salt No 

Naphthenic acid, ethoxylated No 

Nonylphenol poly (ethyleneoxy) acetic acid, sodium 

salt No 

Poly(oxy-1.2-ethanedlyl). to-(2-carboxyethoxy)- (n- 

hydroxy-a . a ' - (lmlnodl-2 , 1 -ethanedlyl) bis- .N- 

tallow alkyl derivs . . potassium salt No 

Poly(oxy-1,2 ethanedlyl) -a-carboxymethyl, u- 

(trl-decyloxy) , potassium salt No 

Trldecyloxypoly(ethyleneoxy)acetlc acid, sodium 

salt No 

All other carboxyllc acids with amide, ester or 

ether linkages No 

Potassium and sodium salts of fatty, rosin, and 

tall oil acids: 

Alkoxy trlacryl titamate No 

5 (or 6)carboxy-4-hexyl-2-cyclohexene-1-octanolc 

add. potasslum/sodlum salts No 

Castor oil acids, potassium salt No 

Castor oil acids, sodium salt No 

Citric acid, sodium salts (50%) In sodium 

phosphates (20%) No 

Coconut oil acids and oleic acid, potassium salt No 

Coconut oil acids, potassium salt Yes 

Coconut oil acids, sodium salt Yes 

Com oil acids, potassium salt No 

Corn oil acids, sodium salt No 

Gluconic acid, potassium and sodium salts, with a 

20 percent mix of sodium bisulflte-formaldehyde No 

Heptanolc acid, potassium salt No 

Hexyl (IsonanoyI amide) carboxyllc acid, mono-, 

triethanolamlne salts No 

Hexyl(lsonanoyl amide) carboxyllc acid. 

tri-, diethanolamlne, mixed salts No 

Isonanolc acid, sodium salt No 

Isostearic acid. Isoproxy titanium salt No 

Laurie acid, potassium salt No 

Mixed vegetable fatty acids, potassium salt No 

Mixed vegetable fatty acids, sodium salt No 

Mixed wool grease and tall oil fatty acids No 

Neoalkoxy. trlneodecanoyl titanate No 

Neoalkoxy. trlneodecanoyl zirconate No 



(')• 

ENJ, HMP. 

PEL. 

MIR. 

AAC, HMP. 
{')■ 

CHP. 
BRI. 

MIR. 

PCI. 

FTX. HCL, HMP. 

SCP, WM. 

KPI. 

(»). 

CAS. DEX, QRL. 

HEW. 

HCL. 
HCL. 
AQP. CON, ESS, GRL, HEW, HIP, HNT. 

LUR, NMC, PG, PNX. 
BSW, CON, CP, ENJ. HEW. LEV, NMC, 

PG, PLX, PNX, (»). 
HNT. 
NMC. 

HCL. 
(»). 

HCL. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

KPI. 

PG. 

CRT. EFH. GRL. 

NPR. 

SLM. 

KPI. 

KPI. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Contlnuad 

Surfae«-actlv« agents lor which U.S. production and/or tales wore reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

19S9 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In tab/e 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Carboxyllc adds (and salts thereof)— Continued 
Potassium and sodium salts of fatty, rosin, and 
tall oil acids— Continued 

Oleic acid, ammonium salt No 

Oleic acid, potassium salt No 

Oleic acid , sodium salt Yes 

Olive oli adds, potassium salt No 

Palmitic and stearic adds, sodium salt No 

Palm l(emei oli adds, potassium salt No 

Palm l<emei oil acids, sodium salt No 

Palm oil adds, sodium salt No 

Rosin adds , potassium salt Yes 

Rosin acids, sodium salt No 

Stearic add , ammonium salt No 

Stearic acid, potassium salt No 

Stearic acid , sodium salt Yes 

JaW oli acids , potassium salt Yes 

Tall oli acids , sodium salt Yes 

Tallow adds , potassium salt No 

Tallow acids, sodium salt Yes 

All other potassium and sodium salts of fatty, 

rosin, and tali oil adds No 

All other cart>oxylic acids No 

Phosphoric and polyphosphoric acid esters (and salts 
thereof) : 
Alcohols and phenols, aikoxylated and phosphatad: 
Ci2-C„ Alcohol, ethoxylated, propoxyiated amd 

phosphated No 

Butyl alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated No 

Decyi alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated No 

Dinonylphenol , ethoxylated and phosphated Yes 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated No 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and polyphosphated No 

Oodecylphenoi, ethoxylated and phosphated No 

2-Ethyihexanoi and ethoxylated nonylphenoi, 

polyphosphated No 

2-Ethylhexanol and ethoxylated nonylphenoi, 

polyphosphated, sodium salt No 

2-Ethyihexanol. ethoxylated and phosphated No 

2-Ethylhexanol, ethoxylated, phosphated, 

potassium salt No 

Mixed linear alcohols, aikoxylated and phosphated, 

potassium saUt No 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and phosphated Yes 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and phosphated, 
sodium salt No 

Mixed tridecyi alcohol and 2-ethylhexanol, 
phosphated. potassium salt No 

Nonylphenoi, ethoxylated and phosphated Yes 



Nonylphenoi. ethoxylated and phosphated, 
diethanolamlne salt No 



CCC. 

BSW, HNT, PQ, VKR, WBG, (*). 

BSW, NMC. SCP, WBG. 

HNT. 

BRI. 

PQ. 

PG. 

BSW. 

ARZ, PG, WVA, (»). 

ARZ, SUM. (»). 

BSW. 

CCC, CON, HEW, SCP. 

CON, CRT. LEV, PNX. 

CCC, CON, DAN, ESS. PER, HAL, HIP, 

HNT, LEA. PNX, SCP, WVA. 
NMC, WVA, (»). 
AGP. CRT, PG. PNX. 
BSW, CON, CP, CRT, HEW, LEV, NMC, 

PG, (»). 

MOA, USR, WVA. 
SCP, WVA. 



GAP. 

AAC. 

MCP. OC, RPC. 

CPC, ETC, GAP, PPG, WTC. 

CPC, ENJ, GAP, HCL. 

PG. 

DEX. GAP. 

CCC. 

CCC. 

CPC, ETC. HCL, SCP, UTC, WTC. 

BRI. 

PCI. 

AAC. BAS, CTL. ENJ. ETC. PER. FTX, 
GAP. HCL. HIP, HRT. LUR. MOA, 
MRV. RPC. SOS. WTC. (») . ('). 

CHP. 

CHP. 

AAC. ARL. CPC. CTL. DEX. ENJ. ESS, 
ETC. GAP. GDC. HCL, HDG, HRT, 
LEA. MCP. MOA. OC. OMC. PPG, 
RPC, UTC, VKR, WTC. 

OMC, WTC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-11 



Section 12 



Table 12-2— Continued 



Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Phosphoric and polyphosphoric acid esters (and salts 
thereof ) —Continued 
Alcohols and phenols, alkoxylated and 
phosphated— Continued 
Nonylphenol, ethoxylated and phosphated. sodium 

salt No 

9-Octadecenyi alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated ... No 

Octylphenoi, ethoxylated and phosphated No 

Phenol, ethoxylated eind phosphated Yes 

Polyhydric alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated No 

Polypropylene glycol, phosphated No 

Thdecyl alchol, ethoxylated and phosphated, 

polyalkylene polyamlne salt No 

Trtdecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated Yes 

Tridecyl iUcohol ethoxylated and phosphated, 

potassium salt No 

All other alcohols and phenols, alkoxylated and 

phosphated or polyphosphated No 

Alcohols, phosphated or polyphosphated: 
Butyl methyl pyrophosphate Isopropoxy titanium 

salt octyl phosphite adduct No 

Butyl phosphate No 

Butyl phosphate, potassium salt No 

Decyl and octyl phosphate Yes 

Oecyl polyphosphate, sodium salt No 

Ethyl alcohol, phosphated. amine salt No 

2-Ethylhexyl phosphate Yes 

2-Ethylhexylpho8phate, potassium salt No 

2-Ethylhexyl phosphate, sodium salt No 

2-Ethylhexyl polyphosphate, sodium salt No 

Hexadecyldlphosphate No 

Hexadecylmonophosphate No 

Hexyl phosphate Yes 

Hexyl phosphate, potassium salt No 

Isooctyl phosphate No 

Isooctyl phosphate, potassium salt No 

Lauryl alcohol, phosphated, potassium salt No 

Methylbutyl pyrophosphate, ethylenedloxy titanium 

salt No 

Mixed alkyl phoshate, sodium salt No 

Mixed alkyl phosphate Yes 

Mixed alkyl phosphate, alkylamlne salt No 

Mixed alkyl phosphate, diethanolamine salt No 

Mixed alkyl phosphate, potassium salt No 

Mixed alkyl phosphate, triethanolanlne salt No 

Neoalkoxy trls(dloctyl) pyrophosphate zirconate No 

Octyl phosphate No 

Octyl phosphate, alkylamlne salt No 

Octyl phosphate, Isoproxy titanium salt No 

Octyl phosphate neoalkoxy titanium salt No 

Octyl polyphosphate No 

Octyl polyphosphate, potassium salt No 

Octyl pyrophosphate, ethylenedloxy titanium salt No 

Octyl pyrophosphate, Isoproxy titanium salt No 

Octyl pyrophosphate, neoalkoxy titanium salt No 

Octyl pyrophosphate, oxoethylenedloxy titanium 

sat No 

Octyl pyrophosphate titanium salt No 



WTC. 

ETC, QAF, HCL. WTC. 

LUR. RH. RPC, WTC. 

AAC. ETC. HDG, LUR, MOA, PEL, PPG, 

WTC. 
AAC. DEX. GAP. 
BAS. 

CPC. DAN. DEX, ETC, GAP, HCL, HIP. 
MIL. 

DEX. 

ETC, SCP. SDC. TCC, (»). 



KPI. 

HRT. 

DUP. 

APC, ENJ. ETC. HCL, SCP, SHX. 

CRD. 

UTC. 

APC, BRD, CHP. ETC. PER, HIP, LUR. 

MCP, 

OC, OMC, SOS, VKR, (»). 
PCI. 

CHP. DAN, ENJ, PAT, S. 
DEX. 

ETC, HCL, ICI. 

FTX. ICI. 

BOE. BRI. QCP. 

OOP. 

BOE. 

KPI. 

CTL, DUP. HCL, SCP, WTC, (»). 

(»). 

DUP, 

HCL, 

('). 

KPI. 

SCP. 

{')■ 

KPI. 

KPI. 

DEX. 

DEX. 

KPI. 

KPI. 

KPI. 



SCP. 
QCP, {'). 



KPI. 
KPI. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-12 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Phosphoric and poly phosphoric acid esters (and salts 
thereof ) —Continued 
Alcohols, phosphated or polyphosphated— Continued 
N-2(Co-C,7)Alkylamldo-N-carboxyethyl,N-2- 
hydroxyethyl, 3-amlno-2-hydroxypropyl 

phosphate, disodlum salt No 

Tridecyl phosphate No 

All other phosphated and polyphosphated 

alcohols No 

Other phosphoric and poly phosphoric acid esters: 

Blond of fatty and phosphate esters No 

Glycerol, othoxylated and phosphated No 

Glycerol monoester of mixed fatty acids, 

phosphated No 

Octadocly amine . ethoxylated and phosphated, 

sodium salt No 

All other phosphoric and polyphosphoric acid 

esters No 

Sulfonic adds (and salts thereof): 
Alkylbenzenesulf onates : 
Oodecy Ibenzenesulf onates : 
Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid Yes 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, (mixed alkyl) amine 

salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, ammonium salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, calcium salt Yes 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, diethanolamlna 

salt No 

Dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid, DMAP salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, ethylenadlamlne 

salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, Isopropanolamlne 

salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, Isopropylamlne 

salt Yes 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, monoethanolamlne 

salt Yes 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, oleyl amine, 

ethoxylated , salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, potassium salt No 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid , sodium salt Yes 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, triethanolamlna 
salt Yes 

All other dodecylbenzenesulfonates No 

Other alkylbenzenesulfonates: 

DIdodecylbenzenesulfonIc acid, sodium salt No 

Isopropyl 4-amino benzene sulfonyl 

dl(dodecylbenzenesulfonyl) titanate No 

NeoaUkoxy, dodecylbenzene-sulfonyl titanate No 

Tridecylbenzenesulfonic acid No 

Trldecylbenzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt No 

Benzene-, cumene-. toluene-, and xylenesulf onates: 

Benzenesulfonic acid No 

Cumonesulfonic acid, ammonium salt No 

Cumenesulfonic acid, sodium salt No 



MOA. 
HCL. 

TCC, {»). 

MIL. 
(»). 

WTC. 

GDC. 

ENJ, MOA, SOP. WTC, (»). 



EMK, ENJ, JLP, LEV, PIL, STP, TEN, 
VST, WTC, {'). 

ECC, FTX, JLP, (»)• 

CCC, LEV. WTC, (»). 

HCL, ICI, RH, STP. TMH, WTC. (»). 

AAC. VKR. 
WTC. 

SOP. 

PIL. 

AAC. ICI, KPI. SCP, STP, WTC. (»). 

AAC, PCI, RPC, (»). 

HCL 

BRI. GDC. LEA. 

AAC. APC, BLA, BOE. BRI. CP, CPC, 
CTL. DOW. DUP. ECC. LEA, LEV, 
NPR, PCI, PIL. PNX. STP. TEN. VKR. 
VST, WTC. 

AAC. BRD, BRI, CCC, CPC, CTL, ESS, 
FTX, PCI, PIL, PPG, SCP. STP, WTC. 
ENJ. 

ENJ. 

KPI. 

KPI. 

CP. PLX. 

BLA, CMT, PQ. 

WTC. 
NES. 
NES. STP. WTC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-13 



Section 12 



Tabia 12-2— Contlnu«d 



Surfaca-actlve agants for which U.S. production and/or saloa war* raportad, Idantlflad by manufacturar, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Contlnuad 

Sulfonic adds (and salts thereof)— Continued 
Benzene-, cumene-. toluene-, and 
xylenesulfonates — Continued 

Toluenesulfonlc acid, potassium salt No 

Toluenesulfonic acid, sodium salt No 

Toluene- , xylenesulfonic acid No 

Xyienesulfonic acid, ammonium salt No 

Xylenesulfonic add, sodium salt Yes 

All other benzene-, cumene-, toluene-, and 

xylenesulfonates No 

Ugnlnsulfonates: 

Ugninsulfonic add, ammonium salt Yes 

Lignlnsulfonic acid, calcium s«Ut Yea 

Ugninsulfonic acid , chromium salt No 

Ugninsulfonic acid, iron salt No 

Ugninsulfonic acid, mangamese salt No 

Ugninsulfonic acid, mixed chromium and Iron 

salts No 

Ugninsulfonic acid, potassium salt No 

Ugninsulfonic acid, sodium salt Yes 

Ugninsulfonic add, zinc salt No 

Naphthalenesuifonates : 

Butyinaphthaienesulfonic acid, sodium salt No 

DI(C,-Ca all(yl)naphthaienesuifonic acid No 

Olbutylnaphthaienesulfonic acid No 

Dllsopropyinaphthalenesulfonic acid, sodium salt No 

Isopropylnaphthalenesulfonic acid No 

Methyinaphthalenesuifonic acid, sodium salt No 

Methyinonyinaphthalenesuifonic acid, sodium salt No 

Naphthalene sulfonic acid, sodium salt, 

formaldehyde condensate No 

Ail other na^shthalenesulfonates No 

Sulfonic acids having amide linicages: 
Sulfosuccinamic acid derivatives: 
N- ( 1 , 2-Dlcarboxyethyl) -N-octadecyl 

sulfosuccinamic add, tetrasodium sadt No 

N-Octadecyisulfosucdnamiic acid, disodlum salt No 

Oleamldosuifosucdnamic acid, disodlum salt No 

N-(Oleoyloxylsopropyl) sulfosuccinamic acid No 

Taurine derivatives: 
N-(Coconut oil acyl)-N-methyitaurlne, sodium 

salt No 

N-Methyl-N-oleoyltaurine, sodium salt No 

N-Methyl-N-paimltoyltaurine, sodium salt No 

N-Methyi-N-(tall oil acyl)taurine, sodium salt No 

All other sulfonic acids having amide llnicages No 

Sulfonic adds having ester or ether llni(ages: 
Sulfosucdnic acid esters: 
Sulfosucdnlc add, bl8(dllsobutyl)ester, 

amidodisodium salt No 

Sulfosucdnlc add, bls(2,6-dimethyl-4-heptyi)- 

oster, sodium salt No 

Sulfosucdnlc acid, bis(2-ethyihexyl)ester, 
sodium salt Yes 

Sulfosucdnlc acid, dihexyi ester, sodium salt No 

Sulfosucdnlc acid, dllsobutyl ester, sodium salt .... No 



NES. 

NES, PQ. VST. 

WTC. 

NES. PQ. STP. WTC. 

ICI. NES, PIL. PLX, SHC. STP. WTC. 

SCP. 

MAR. PSP. RAY. SPA. 
FPC. LXY. MAR. PSP. 
PSP. RAY. 
MAR, PSP. 
MAR. 

PSP. 

PSP. 

ENJ. MAR. PSP. RAY. WVA. 

MAR. PSP. 

SCP. UOI. 

(*). 

UDI. 

OUP. SCP. UDI. 

UOI. 

CPC. SCP. UOI. 

UDI. 

ICI. UDI. 
HAL. SCP. 



ACY. MO A. 
ACY. 
SBC. 
WTC. 



FTX, QAF. 

CPC, FTX, QAF. HCL. 

OAF. 

CCC. QAF, WVA. 

HCL. 



MO A. 

MOA, NSC. 

ACY, AMU, APX, BRI. CCC. CHP. ECC. 
EMK, ENJ, FTX. HCL. HDQ. MCP. 
MOA, RH, RPCWTC. 
ACY, MOA. 
FTX. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-14 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active ager}ts 



Separate Manulacturera' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Sulfonic acids esters (and salts thereof)— Continued 
Sulfonic acids having ester or ether 
linkages— Continued 
Sulfosucclnic acid esters— Continued 
Sulfosucclnic acid, diisodecyl ester, sodium 

salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, diisooctyl ester, sodium 

salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, dioctyl ester, sodium salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, dipentyl ester, sodium salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, ditridecyl ester, sodium 

salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, (lauryl polyethylene glycol 

ether) ester, disodlum salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, (coconut oil alkyl)- 

Imlnolsopropanol half -ester, sodium salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, monolaureth ester, disodlum 

salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, myrlstyl ester, disodlum 

monoethsmolamlne salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, nonoxynyl-10 ester, 

disodlum salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, oleamldopotyethyleneglycol. 

disodlum salt No 

Sulfosucclnic acid, riclnoleamlde 

monoethanoiamlne . disodlum salt No 

All other sulfosucclnic acid esters No 

All other sulfonic acids having ester or ether 
linkages: 
Coconut oil acids, 2-sulfoethyl ester, sodium 

salt No 

Dodecyldlphenyloxidedlsulfonic acid No 

Dodecyldlphenyloxidedlsulfonic acid, disodlum 

salt No 

Dodecyl sulfoacetate. sodium saUt No 

2-Hydroxy. 3-(lauryl-myrlstyl)(oxy-1 propane 

sulfonic acid) , sodium salt No 

Iso-octy phenol, ethoxylated ar\<i sulfonated, 

sodium salt No 

n-Octylphenol. ethoxylated and sulfonated. 

sodium salt No 

All other sulfonic acids having ester or ether 

linkages No 

Other sulfonic acids: 

Allyl sulfonate, sodium salt No 

DIphenylsuifone sulfonic acid, potassium salt No 

Mixed alkanesulfonlc acid No 

Mixed aikane sulfonic acid, sodium salt No 

Mixed linear olefin sulfonate Yes 

n-Octanesuifonic acid, sodium salt No 

Oieyioxyethyidlamlde oxypropanoi sulfonic acid No 

Petroieumsuifonic acid, water soluble (acid 

layer) , sodium salt No 

All other sulfonic acids No 



ARI, SOS. 

MOA. 

ACY. 






ACY. 


MOA. 






SHX. 








MOA. 








AAC. 


MIR. 


MOA. 




WTC. 








MOA. 








MOA. 








AAC. 
MOA, 


, SCP, 


, SHX, 


WTC 


FTX. 
(»)• 


QAF. 


LEV. 




AAC. 
STP. 


CTL. 


PIL. 




PG. 








QAF. 


RH. 






APX. 








AC, PG, PPG. SCP. 


ARD. 

UPF. 

('). 

DUP. 

AAC. 

('). 

S. 


SUM. 
STP. 


WTC. 
WVA. 


(«). 


PIL. 
CGY, 


CLU 


, HAL. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



12-15 



Section 12 



Table 12-2— Continued 



Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Sulfuric acids esters (and salts thereof) 
Acids, amides, and esters, sulfated: 
Coconut oil aclds-ethanolamlne salt, sulfated. 

potassium salt No 

Mixed alky I phenol sulfate, ethoxylated, 

trlethanolamlne salt No 

Carboxyllc acid esters (except natural fats and 
oils), sulfated: 
Esters of sulfated oleic acid: 

Butyl oleate, sulfated, sodium salt Yes 

Isopropyl oleate, sulfated, sodium saK No 

Methyl oleate. sulfated, sodium salt No 

Oleic acid, sulfated, disodlum salt No 

Oleic acid, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Propyl oleate, sulfated, sodium salt No 

All other esters of sulfated oleic acid No 

Other sulfated esters: 
Glycerol monoester of coconut oH acids, 

sulfated, sodium salt No 

9-Octadecenyl acetate, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Tall oil acids, oxobottom ester, sulfated, 

sodium salt No 

Tall oil adds, sulfated, sodium salt No 

All other sulfated esters No 

Alcohols, sulfated: 

Decyi and octyl sulfate, sodium salt No 

Decyl sulfate, sodium salt Yes 

Dodecylsulfate salts: 

Oodecyl sulfate , ammonium aatt Yea 

Oodecyi sulfate, diethanolamlne salt No 

Oodecyl sulfate, N,N-diethylcyciohexylamlne 

salt No 

Oodecyl sulfate, Isopropanolamlne salt No 

Dodecyl sulfate, magnesium salt Yee 

Oodecyl sulfate, potassium salt No 

Oodecyl sulfate, sodium salt Yee 

Oodecyl sulfate, trlethanolamlne salt Yee 

3,9-Olethyi-6-trldecyl sulfate, sodium salt No 

2-Ethylhexyl sulfate, sodium salt Yes 

7-Ethyl-2-methyl-4-undecyl sulfate, sodium salt No 

Hexadecyl sulfate, sodium salt No 

Hexyl sulfate, potassium salt No 

Mixed linear alcohols, sulfated, ammonium salt No 

Mixed linear alcohols sulfated, mixed 

sodium/cocodlethanolamlne salts No 

Mixed linear alcohols, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Mixed linear alcohols, sulfated, trlethanolamlne 

sal* No 

Octyl sulfate, sodium salt No 

Oleyl sulfate, sodium salt [ No 

Oxoalcohol bottoms, sulfated, sodium saK No 

Tridecyl sulfate, sodium salt No 

All other Knear sUcohols. sulfated No 



EMK. ENJ. 
MIL. 



HIP. ICI, LUR. MCP, MRV. NSC. 

DEX. 

ACT, ICI. 

MCP. 

ACY. CIN. 

MRV. 

SCP. 



CP. 
DUP. 

LUR. 

ICI. 

('). 

WTC. 

AAC, ARI, SCP. WTC. 

AAC, BRD, LEV. STP, TNI, WTC. (*). 
BRD, DUP. JRQ. STP. 

DUP, S. 

JRQ. 

AAC. BRD, PQ. STP. 

PQ. 

AAC. BRD. DUP. STP, WTC. 

AAC. BRD. SHX. STP. TNI. 

NCC. 

AAC. BRD. NCC. SCP, WTC. 

NCC. 

AAC. MIL. 

DEX. 

CP. SCP. WTC, (»). 

AAC. 

DUP. PQ. SCP, WTC. 

SCP. WTC. 

AAC. DUP. 

AAC, DUP. 

WVA. 

AAC. 

PQ. PLX, SCP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-16 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Sulfuric acids esters {and salts thereof ) —Continued 
Ethers, sulfated: 
Aii(yiphenol8 , ethoxylated and sulfated: 

(Mixed ailcyl) phenol, ethoxylated and sulfated. 

sodium salt No 

1-Naphthol. ethoxylated and sulfated, free acid No 

Nonylphenoi. ethoxylated and sulfated, ammonium 

salt No 

Nonylphenoi. ethoxylated and sulfated, sodium 

salt No 

Octyiphenol, ethoxylated and sulfated, sodium 

salt No 

Octylphenoxy polyethoxy ethyl sulfate No 

All other sulfated cyclic ethers No 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

ammonium salt Yes 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, sodium 

salt Yes 

Dodecyl 2ind tetradecyl alcohols, ethoxylated and 

sulfated, ammonium salt No 

isobutanoi, ethoxylated and sulfated, ammonium 

salt No 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and sulfated, 
ammonium salt Yes 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and sulfated, 
sodium salt Yes 

Tridecyl eUcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

sodium salt No 

Ail other sulfated ethers No 

Natural fats and oils, sulfated: 
Castor oil, sulfated, sodium salt Yes 

Coconut oil. sulfated, sodium salt No 

Cod oil, sulfated, evnmonlum salt No 

Cod oil, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Qrease, other than wool, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Herring oil, sulfated No 

Herring oil, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Lard, sulfated, sodium salt Yes 

Mixed animal and vegetable oil, sulfated, sodium 

salt No 

Mixed fish oils, sulfated, ammonium aaH No 

Mixed fish oils, sulfated, sodium salt Yes 

Mixed vegetable oils, sulfated, lunmonium salt No 

Mixed vegetable oils, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Mustard seed oil, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Neatsfoot oil. sulfated, sodium salt No 

Peanut oil, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Soybean oil, sulfated, sodium salt No 

Synthetic fatty alcohol ester, sulfated, sodium 

salt No 

Tall oil, sulfated, ammonia salt No 

Tall oil, sulfated, sodium salt Yes 

Tallow, sulfated, sodium salt Yes 

All other natural fats and oils, sulfated No 

All other sulfuric acid esters No 



SCP. 






AAC. GAF. 


RPC, 


STP. 


GAP. vsrrc. 






AAC. 

RH. 

AAC. 






AAC. MOA 


, STP. 




AAC, SCP. 


STP. 




PQ. (')• 






n- 







BRD, PG, SCP. SHC, STP, VST, WTC, 
{'). {')■ 



AAC, BRD, DUP, PG, PIL, SCP. SHC, 
STP, VST, WTC, WVA. 



AAC. 


BRD. 












SCP. 














ACT, 


ACY, 


ARI, 


ARL, ' 


CRT 


, DEX 


. HIP, 


ICI, 


LEA, 


LUR, 


MRV, 


S, 


SCP, 


WHW. 


ACY. 














ARi. 














WHW 














WHW 














SLM. 














ARI. 


SLM. 


WHW 










CIN, 


CRT, 


LUR. 


WHW. 








SLM. 














CIN. 














CRT, 


LUR, 


SLM. 


WHW 








LUR. 














CPC, 


CRT. 












CRT. 














ARI. 


WHW. 












ACY. 














ACT. 


SCP, 













SLM. 

CIN. 

ACT, ARI, CIN, CRT. WHW. WTC. 

ARi. CCC, CRT, LUR. NSC, SCP. WHW. 

LUR. SCP. TEN. 

SCP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-17 



Section 12 



Table 12-2— Continued 



Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Anionic— Continued 

Other anionic surface-active agents: 
All(ylalcohol ethoxylated and carbonated, sodium 

salt No 

Ethoxylated acetic acid, sodium salt No 

Half-phthallc acid ester of tallow 

aikanolamlde/monogiyceride No 

Lignln, sodium salt No 

Mixed alpha-olefins and vegetable No 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and carbonated, 

sodium salt No 

Nonyiphenol. ethoxylated and carbonated, sodium 

salt No 

StearoyI iso-lactylate, sodium salt No 

StearoyI iactyiate. mixed sodium and calcium salt No 

StearoyI Iactyiate, sodium salt No 

StearoyI Iactyiate, sodium salt No 

Tridecyi alcohol, ethoxylated and carbonated, 

sodium salt No 

All other anionic surface-active agents No 



MIL. 
S. 

EFH. 
WVA. 
SLM. 

S. 

WTC. 
BFP. 
BFP. 
BFP. 
BFP. 

S. 

DUP. MOA. SDC, WVA. 



Catlonic 

Amine oxides and oxygen-containing amines (except 
those having amide llnlcages): 
Acyclic: 

3-(C,2-C,5 alkyioxy)-1-propanamine No 

3-(C,j-C,, aikyioxy)-1-propanamlne No 

N-(C,2-C,, alkyi)oxypropyi trimethylene diamine No 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyi) (coconut oil aikyi) amine No 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyi) (coconut oil aikyl)amine 

oxide No 

Bi8-(2-hydroxyethyi)lsodecyloxypropyiamine oxide No 

N,N-Bls(2-hydroxyethyi)octadecylamine No 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) (tallow aikyi)amine No 

Cocoamldopropyldlmethyi amine No 

(Coconut oil ailcyi) amine, ethoxylated Yes 

(Coconut oil alkyl) amine, ethoxylated, acetate No 

(Coconut oil alkyl) amine, ethoxylated and 

phosphated No 

(Coconut oil aikyl)amlne, propoxylated No 

Diethyienetrlamine, aikoxylated No 

N,N-Dimethyl(coconut oil alkyi)amine oxide No 

N,N-Dimethyidecylamine oxide No 

N.N-Dimethyidodecylamlne oxide No 

N.N-Dlmethyihexadecylamlne oxide No 

N.N-Dimethyi( mixed aikyl)amlne oxide No 

Ethylenedlamine, aikoxylated No 

Ethylene diamine ethoxiated No 

Hexyloxypropyi amine No 

(Hydrogenated tallow alkyl) amine, ethoxylated Yes 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-N,N' ,N'-tris(2-hydroxypropyl)- 

ethyienediamlne No 

2-imldazollne-1-(2-aminoethyl)-2-(tall oil alkyl). 

ethoxylated No 

Isodecyloxypropyiamine No 

Isodecyioxypropyiamlne. ethoxylated No 

3-(3-isodecyloxy)propylamlnopropyi amine No 

N-isodecyioxypropyi trimethylene diamine No 

isodlcycloxypropyi amine propoxylated acetate No 



ENJ. 
ENJ. 
ENJ, 
ARC. 

SHX. 

ENJ. 

ARC, SHX. 

ARC, ENJ. HCL, JTO. SHX. 

(»). 

ARC, BAS, ENJ, ETC, ICI, PPQ, SCP, 

SHX, SVC, WTC, (»), (»). 
BRO. 



("). 

SHX. 

{')■ 

ARC. 

(*). 

AAC, 

ARC. 

PQ, ! 

(')• 

KPI. 

DUP. 

ENJ, 



CTL, PG, PPG, SHX, 
BRD, PPG. 



ENJ. 

ETC, SHX. WTC. 



(*). 

{')■ 

ENJ. 

ENJ. 

SHX. 

ENJ. 

SHX. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-18 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Tabl« 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Catlonic— Continued 

Amine oxides and oxygen-contalning amines (except 
those having amide linkages)— Continued 
Acyclic— Continued 

Isononyioxypropyiamine No 

Isopropoxy-tri8(2-othylenediamino)ethyl titanate No 

isotridecyioxypropyiamlne No 

N-lsotridecyioxypropyi trimethyiene diamine No 

3-(3-Mixed aikoxy)propyiamlnopropyl amine No 

(Mixed aikyi)amlno, ethoxylated No 

Neoaikoxy. tri(m-amino) -phenyl titanate No 

Neoaikoxy. tris(m-amino) phenyl zirconate No 

(9-Octadecenyi) amine, ethoxylated Yes 

Octadecyiamine. ethoxylated Yes 

Octyidimethylamlne oxide No 

Poly ether amine, ethoxylated Yes 

(Soybean oil alkyi) amine, ethoxylated No 

(Tallow aikyl)amlne, ethoxylated Yes 

(Tallow alkyi)amine, propoxyiated No 

N-(Tallow alkyl)trlmethyienediamine, ethoxylated Yes 

(Tallow ethyl alkyl)amlne, ethoxylated. sulfate No 

N,N,N' ,N'-Tetraki8(2-hydroxyethyl)ethylenediamlne ... No 
N , N , N ' , N ' -Tetrakis ( 2-hydroxyethyl) ethylenediamlne , 

propoxyiated No 

N , N . N ' , N ' -Tetrakis ( 2-hydroxypropyl) ethylene 

diamine No 

N , N , N ' , N ' -Tetrakis ( 2-hydroxypropyl) ethylene 

diamine, propoxyiated and ethoxylated No 

3-(3-Tridecyloxy)propylaminopropyl amine No 

Trlethanolamlne, ethoxylated No 

Triethanolamlne phosphate ester No 

Trlethanolamlne salicylate No 

All other acyclic amine oxides and oxygen-contalning 

amines (except those with amide linkages) No 

Cyclic: 

Aniline, ethoxylated No 

2-Butenedlolc acid- (£) -diamine - 1-(2-amlnoethyl)- 

2- (Tall oil alkyl)-2-lmldazollne condensate No 

2,5-Dlmethoxyanlllne, ethoxylated No 

2- (8-Heptadecenyl) -4 . 4-bls (hydroxymethyl) -2- 

oxei2ollne No 

2-Heptadecyl-l .4-hydroxymethyl-4-ethyl-2- 

oxazollne No 

N-Hexadecylmorphollne No 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-1 ,2-dlphenylethylenedlamine No 

1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nonyl-2-lmldazollne Yes 

1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nor(coconut oil alkyl)-2- 

mldazollne No 

1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nor(8oya oil alkyl)-2- 

Imldazollne No 

1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nor(tall oil alkyl|-2- 

Imldaiollne Yes 

1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-(tall oil alkyl) Imidazoline. 

fatty acid salt No 

Lignin amine No 

Rosin amine, ethoxylated No 

m-Toluidlne, ethoxylated No 

All other cyclic amine oxides and oxygen-contalning 

amines (except those having amine linkages) No 



ENJ. 

KPI. 

ENJ. 

ENJ. 

SHX. 

ICi, RH, SHX. 

KPI. 

KPI. 

ETC, GAP, HCL, SCP, WTC, (»). 

ARC. ETC. SCP, WTC. 

HNT. 

RH. 

ARC, ENJ, ETC, JTO, SHX, SVC. 

AAC, ARC, BAS, DUP, ENJ. ETC, GAP, 

JTO, S, SCP, SHX. WTC, (»), (*) . 
SHX 

ARC, ENJ, ETC, GAP. JTO, (»). 
ETC, RPC. 
BAS. HCL. 

HCL. 

BAS. 

BAS. 
SHX. 

MIL, SCP. 
{'). 
RSA. 

ARC. JTO. LUR, MOA, PQ, SCP, WTC. 
(»)• 

MIL. 



MIL. 



ENJ, GAP. 



BRD, 
BRD. 
MIR. 
BRD. 

BRD. 



MIR, MOA. SHX, WTC. 
FTX. MOA. 



BRD, GAP, HDG, MIR. MOA, (2). 



(')• 
WVA. 
HPC, 
MIL. 

SCP. 



(')• 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-19 



Section 12 



Table 12-2— Continued 



Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Surlace-actlve agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics " (according to list in table 12-3) 



Catlonlc— Continued 

Amines and amine oxides having amide linkages— Continued 
Carboxyllc acid-diamlne and polyamlne condensates: 
Acetic acid, amides with polyalkylene polyamines, 

salt No 

Capryllc acid tetraethylene-pentamine condensate No 

Coconut oil aclds-N.N-dlmethyltrlmethylenedlamlne 

condensate No 

Mixed fatty aclds-polyalkylenepolyamlne 

condensate No 

Naphthenic aclds-polyalkylene polyamlne 

condensate No 

Naphthenic acids-tall oil fatty aclds- 
polyalkylene polyamlne condensate No 

2-Nor-tall oil alkyl-1-tall oil amido-ethyl 

Imidazoline No 

Oleic acld-N . N-dlmethyltrlmethylenedlamlne 

condensate No 

Pelargonic acld-tetraethylenepentamlne condensate ... No 

Stearic acld-dlethylenetrlamlne condensate No 

Stearic acld-dlethylenetrlamlne condensate, ethyl 

sulfate No 

Stearic acid, N.N-dlmethylamlno-propylemilne 

condensate No 

Stearic acld-ethylenedlamlne condensate No 

Stearic acid mixed amine condensate No 

Stearic acld-tetraethylenepentamlne condensate No 

Tall oil aclds-amlnoethylplperazlne condensate No 

Tall oil aclds-dlethylenetrlamlne condensate No 

Tall oil aclds-polyalkylenepolyamlne condensate No 

Tall oil aclds-polyalkylene polyamlne condensate, 

salts, with dodecylbenzene sulfonic acid and/or 

tall oil fatty adds No 

Tallow fatty aclds-amlnoethylethanolamlne 

condensates No 

All other carboxyllc acld-dlamlne and polyamlne 

condensates No 

Carboxyllc acld-dlamlne and polyamlne condensates, 

alkoxylated: 
Mixed fatty aclds-alkylenedlamlne condensate, 

polyethoxylate No 

Palm oil aclds-ethylenedlamlne condesate. 

monoethoxylated No 

Stearic acld-ethylenedlamlne condensate, 

monoethoxylated No 

All other carboxyllc acld-dlamlne and polyamlne 

condensates, alkoxylated No 

Other amines and amine oxides having amide linkages: 

Cocoamldopropyl dimethyl amine oxide No 

N,N'-(DI-tall oil acld)amldoethylamlne No 

1-(2-Hydrogenated tallow amldoethyl)-2- 

nor(hydrogenated tallow) -2-lmlda20llne No 

3-Lauramldo-N.N-dlmethylpropylamlne oxide No 

Oleamldopropyldlmethylamlne No 

Stearamldoethyldlethylamlne No 

Stearamldoethylethanolamlne acetate No 

Stearic acid, diethanolamlne condensate, methyl 

sulfate No 

Stearylamldopropyldlmethylamlne No 



ICI. 



ENJ. 



(*). 








Ul- 








SHX. 








CCW 
ETC. 
ARC, 


HCL, 
ARI, 


ICI, OC. 
OC, S, SCP, SQA 


GDC. 








MOA 

CLD, 

HCL. 

('). 

ENJ. 

WTC 

PER. 


SOS, 

, WVA 
WVA, 


>). 




('). 








OC. 








ARI, 


SCP, ' 


WVA. 




SHX, 


WTC. 






FTX. 








APC, 


DEX, 


GDC, 


ICI, VKR. 


SOP. 


VKR. 






AAC, 


PAT, 


SBC, 


SHX. 


SHX. 

FTX, 

WM. 

S. 

S. 


SQA. 






DUP. 
AAC. 


WM. 







See footnotes at end of table. 



12-20 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 

Tabl« 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sale* were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Catlonic— Continued 

Amines, not containing oxygen (and salts thereof): 
Amine salts: 

(Coconut oil aikyi)amine acetate No 

N,N-Dlmethyl-N-aikylamlne phosphate No 

(Hydrogenated tallow aikyi) amine acetate No 

(Mixed alkyi)amlne phosphate No 

Octadecylamine acetate No 

(Tallow aikyI) amine acetate No 

N-(Tallow aikyi )trlmethyienedlamlne acetate No 

Ail other amine salts (not containing oxygen) No 

Diamines and polyamines: 
imidazoline derivatives: 

1-(2-Aminoethyi)-2-naphthenyl-2-lmldazoHne No 

1-(2-Amlnoethyl)-2-nor(tall oil aikyl)-2- 

Imldazollne No 

N-(Coconut oil aikyi )trlmethyienedlamlne No 

N-(Dimeracldalkyl)trlmethyienediamtne No 

N-Dodecyidlethyienetrlamine No 

2-Heptadecyl-2-lmldazoilne No 

N-( Mixed aikyi) poly ethyienepolyamlne No 

N-(9-Octadecenyl)tr1mothyienedlamlne No 

Polyalicyclene polyamines emd salts and quats No 

Polyamine/tail oil Imidazoline No 

1-Propanamine. 3-(C,2-C,s alkoxy derlvatlvea) No 

N-(Soybean oil alkyl)trlmethylenedlamlne No 

Stearamidoethyl-2-heptadecyl imidazoline No 

3-(Tadi oil amlno)propyl amine No 

N- (Tallow aikyi )dipropyienetrlamine No 

N-(Tallow aikyi itrlmethyienediamlne No 

All other diamines and polyamines No 

Primary monoamines: 

Alkyl dimethyl amine oxide No 

ArachidyibehenylaikyI amine No 

(Coconut oil alkyl)amlne Ye* 

DImeracidaikyI amine No 

Dodecylamlne No 

(Erucyi alkyl] amine No 

Hexadecylamine No 

(Hydrogenated tallow aikyi) amine Yes 

(Mixed aikyi)amlne No 

9-Octadecenyiamine Yes 

Octadecylamine Yes 

(Soybean oil aikyi) amine Yes 

(Tallow aikyi) amine Yes 

All other primary monoamines No 

Secondary and tertiary monoamines: 

Bis(coconut oil aikyl)amlne No 

Bis(hydrogenated tallow aikyi)amlne No 

Bis(taliow alkyi)amlne No 

1-Decanamine. N.N-didodecyl No 

N.N-Dlmethylbemenylarachidyiamine No 

N,N-Dlmethyl( coconut oil aikyl)amine No 

N.N-Olmethyldodecylamlne No 

N,N-Olmethyierucyiamine No 

N,N-Dlmethyihexadecyiamlne No 

N,N-Dlmethyi(hydrogenated tallow alkyl)amlne No 

N.N-Dimethyi (mixed alkyl)amlne No 

N,N-Dimethyl(9-octadecenyl-alkyl)amine No 



ENJ. 

{'). 

ARC. 

(»). 

ARC, HCL. 

ARC. 

ARC. 

CRT, SHX. 



JTO. SHX. 



('). 

WTC 

ARC, 

ENO. 

SCO. 

CQY. 

CCW. 

ARC. JTO. SHX 

(')• 

WTC. 

SHX. 

ENO. WTC. 

ICI. 

SHX. 

ARC. 

ARC. 

ARC. 



ENJ. SHX. 
ENJ. JTO. 
JTO. SHX. WTC. (»). 



HCL. 
ENO. 
ARC. 
ENO. 
ARC. 
ENO. 
ARC, 
ARC, 
JTO, 
ARC, 
ENO, 
ARC. 
ARC. 
ARC. 



ENO. JTO. SHX. WTC. 

WTC. 

JTO, SHX. 

ENO. 

ENO, JTO. SHX. WTC. 

SHX 

ENO, JTO. SHX. WTC. 

JTO. SHX, WTC. 

ENO. JTO, WTC. 

ENJ. ENO. JTO. SHX. WTC. 



ARC. 

ARC. ENO. WTC. 

ARC. 

SHX. 

WTC. 

ARC, JTO, PQ. 

ARC, SHX, TNA, WTC. 

ENO. 

ARC, SHX. 

ARC. CPC. 

BRD. 

ENO. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-21 



Section 12 

Tabl« 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sates were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
Surface-active agents statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 

Catlonic— Continued 

Amines, not containing oxygen (and salts thereof)— Cent. 
Secondary and tertiary monoannlnes— Continued 

N,N-Dimethyloctadecylamlne Yes 

N,N-Dinaethyl( soybean oil alkyl)amlne No 

N,N-Dlmethyltetradecylamlne No 

N-Methylbls( coconut oil alkyl) amine No 

N-Methylbls(hydrogenated tallow alkyl)amlne No 

Methyl didecylamlne Yes 

N-Methyldloctadecylamlne No 

Trldodecylamlne No 

Trl(hydrogenated tallow) amine No 

Trilsodecylamlne No 

Trilaurylamlne No 

Trl(mlxed alkyljamlne No 

Trioctylamlne No 

Trl(trldecyl)amlne No 

All other secondary and tertiary monoamines No 

Oxygen-contalning quaternary ammonium salts: 
p-Alanlne-N- ( 2-hydroxyethyl) -N-2 , 1 - ( (oxococoyi) 

amino] ethyl, sodium salt No 

2-(C,a-C,7 Alkyl)-1-(C,4-C„ amldoethyl)(4,5-dlhydro- 

3-methyl)lmldazollnlum, methyl sulfate No 

(2-Amlnoethyl)ethyl(hydrogenated tallow all(yl)(2- 

hydroxyethyljaunmonlum ethyl sulfate No 

Benzyl (coconut oil alkyl)bl8(2-hydroxyethyl)- 

ammonlum chloride No 

1-Benzyl-2-heptadecyl-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2- 

Imidazoiinlum chloride No 

1-Benzyl-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2-nor(tall oH all(yl)-2- 

Imldazollne No 

Benzyl (tallow alky I ) bis (2-hydroxyethyl ) ammonium 

chloride No 

Bis ( N-amldopropyl) -N , N-dlmethyl-N-othylammonlum 

ethyl sulfate, dimer acid No 

Bis ( N , N ' -ethyl ( stearlc/arachldlc/behenic) amide) - 

cyanoethyl ethylammonlum ethosulfate No 

Bis ( 2-hydroxyethyl , ethoxylated ) methyl ( 9- 

octadecenyl) -ammonium chloride No 

Bis (2-hydroxyethyl , ethoxylated) -methyloctadocyl 

ammonium chloride No 

Bls-2-hydroxyethyl-hydrogenated tallow-ethyl 

sulfate No 

Bis [2-hydroxyethyl) methyl (tallow alkyl] ammonium 

chloride No 

Bls-2-hydroxyethyl-octyl-methyl-p-toluene sulfonate No 

(Coconut oil alkyl)bls(2-hydroxyethyl, othoxylated)- 

methylammonlum chloride Yes ENJ. QAF, JTO, SHX. 

(Coconut oil alkyl)-bls-(hydroxyethyl)methyl 

ethoxylated mono- (2-carboxyethyl) ether methyl 

sulfate, potassium salt No SVC. 

Dlstearyldlmethyl ammonium methosulfate No HXL. 

Ethoxylated{hydrogenated tallow amine), methyl 

ammonium chloride No ENJ. 

Ethoxylated, quaternlzed (C,j-C„ alkyl) oxypropyl 

trlmethylene diamine No ENJ. 

Ethoxylated, quaternlzed reaction product of 

formaldehyde and tallow diamine No ENJ. 



ARC. ENO. 


SHX. 


WTC, 


ARC. ENO. 


JTO. 


WTC, 


BRD. SHX. 






ARC. JTO. 






ARC. ENO, 


SHX. 


WTC, 


ARC. SHX. 


TNA. 




ARC. SCP. 


SHX. 




ARC. 






SHX. 






SCP. 






SCP. 






SHX. TNA. 






SHX. 






SHX. 






ARC. JTO. 






SHX. 






DOW. SVC 






OC. 






ARC. (»). 






HOQ. 






(»). 






DUP. 






SBC. 






PCI. 






SHX. 






SHX. 






ICI. 






ARC, JTO. 






HXL. 







See footnotes at end of table. 



12-22 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or aalat war* raportad, Idantlflad by manufacturer, 
1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identlflcatlort codes 
Surface-active agents statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Catlonic— Continued 

Oxygen-containing quaternary ammonium salts— Continued 
N-Etliyl-N . N-bIs ( polyoxyethylene) tallow ammonium 

ethyl sulfate No SHX. 

1-Ethyl-2-(8-heptadecenyl)-1-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2- 

imidazoiinium ethyl sulfate No ICI. SHX. 

N-Ethyl-N-hexadecylmorpholinlum ethyl sulfate No BRO, ICI. 

Ethyi(poiyoxyethyiene, cocoamine) ethylsulfate No S. 

N-Ethyl-N-(soybean oii aikyl)morpholinium ethyl 

sulfate No ICI. PCH. 

a-Gluconamldopropyl dimethy-2 -hydroxy ethyl emimonlum 

chloride No VND. 

(2-Hydroxyethyi)dlmethyl(3-stearamldopropyl)- 

ammonlum dihydrogen phosphate No ACY. 

(2-Hydroxyethyl)dimethyl(3-stearamidopropyl)- 

ammonium nitrate No ACY. 

Hydroxyethyi-2-undecyi-2,3-lmida2oiine No MOA. 

N-2-Hydroxy propyl-n-methyl-N,n-bi8(tailow arrdde 

ethyl] ammonium ethyl sulfate No SHX. 

Imidazoiinlum, 1 -carboxymethyl)-4,5-dlhydro-1- 

(hydroxyethyi)-2-nor(cocoalkyl) . hydroxides, 

monosodlum salts No SHX. 

Imidazoiinlum , 1 - (carboxymethyi) -2-heptyl-1 - (2- 

hydroxyethyl) , hydroxide, sodium salt No SHX. 

isostearamldopropyi dimethylamino glycoiata No SBC. 

(3-Lauramldopropyl)trlmethylammonlum methyl sulfate ... No ACY. 

Methyl, bi8-(2-hydroxyethyl) hydrogenated tallow 

aikyiammonium chloride No ENJ. 

Methyl , bis- ( 2-hydroxyethyl) Isodecyloxypropyl 

ammonium chiohde No ENJ. 

Methyl , bis- (2-hydroxyethyl ) Isotrldecyloxy propyl 

ammonium chloride No ENJ. 

Methyl , bis- ( 2 -hydroxy ethyl ) soy a-alky lammonlum 

chloride No ENJ. 

Methyldioleyiethoxy ammonium methyl sulfate No SHX. 

Methyi-di(tallow)imldazoiinlum methosuifate No SVC. 

1-Methyi-2-(8-heptadecenyl)-1-(9-octadecenyl) 

amidoethyi No SHX. 

Methyl (hydrogenated tallow alkyl)diethylamlne 

condensate, poiyethoxylated. methyl sulfate No SVC. 

N-Methyl-N-polyoxyethyiene-N , N-bis (hydrogenated 

taliow amidoethyi) ammonium No SHX. 

N-Methyi-N-poiyoxyethyiene-N,N-bls(tallow 

amidoethyi) No SHX. 

Methyl (taliow) diethyienetriamine condensate . 

poiyethoxylated, methyl sulfate No SVC. 

Methyl (taiiow)diethyienetriamlne condensate. 

poiypropoxyiated, methyl sulfate No SVC. 

Mixed aikyi imidazoline derivative, ethoxyiated No MOA. 

Mixed (coco and soya fatty acids), reaction products 

with chioromethane and diethyienetriamine, 

ethoxyiated, quatemlzed No ENJ. 

Mixed fatty acid amide with diethyienetriamine. 

ethyl sulfate No EFH. 

N-Octadecyi-N . N-di (2-hydroxyethyi) -N-methyiammonlum 

chloride No SHX. 

Polyethylenelmine methyl ammonium sulfate No HCL. 

Poiy(oxyethanyl-1,2-dlyi)-a-[2-bis(2-aminoethyl)- 

methyiammoniumethyi] -(o-hydroxy-N , N' -di (CI 4-C1 8 

aikyI methyl sulfate No SVC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-23 



Section 12 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or salet were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Catlonle— Continued 

Oxygen-contaUnlng quaternary ammonium salts — Continued 

Polypropoxy diethylmethyl sunmonlum chloride No 

1 -Propanamlnlum , N-ethyl-N , N-dlm6thyl-3- [ ( 1 - 
oxooctadecyl)amlno]-, ethyl sulfate No 

Soya fatty acids, reaction products with 
chloromethame and diethylenetrlamlne , ethoxylated, 
quatemlzed No 

Soya fatty acids, reaction products with 
chloromethane and diethylenetrlamlne. 
propoxylated . quatemized No 

Stearamldopropyldlmethyiceterylammonlum tosylate 
and propylene glycol No 

Stearylamldopropyl dimethyl myristyi acetate 
ammonium chloride No 

(Tallow alkyl) amine, ethoxylated, diethosulfate No 

Tallow amine, ethoxylated. quartemary ammonium 
salt No 

All other oxygen-containing quaternary ammonium 

saJts No 

Quatemary ammonium salts, not containing oxygen: 

Acyclic: 

Bis (coconut oil alkyl )dlmethylammonlum chloride Yes 

Bisjhydrogenated tallow alkyl )dlmethylammonlum 

chloride Yet 

Bis(hydrogenated tallow alkyl)- 

dlmethylammonlummethyl sulfate No 

Bls(tallow alkyl )dlmethylammonlum chloride No 

N-(Cocoamldopropyl; N.N-acetIc acld)ammonlum salt . No 

Cocodlmethyl ethyl ammonium ethyl sulfate No 

N-( Coconut oil alkyl) amlnobutyhc acid, sodium 

salt Yea 

Didecyldlmethylammonlum chloride No 

Dimethyldl(C„-C„)ammonlum chloride (mixed 

stra'ght and branched chains) No 

Dlmethyidioctadecylammonlum chorlde No 

N,N-Dioctyi-N,N-dlmothyl ammonium chloride No 

Di( tallow )amldoammonlum sulfate No 

Dodecyltrlmethylammonlum bromide No 

Dodecyltrlmethylammonlum chloride No 

Ethyldlmethyl( mixed alkyl) ammonium ethyl sulfate No 

Hexadecyltrlmethylammonlum bromide No 

Hexadecyltrlmothylammonium chloride No 

Hexane-1 .6-bls(trlbutyl ammonium bromide) No 

(Hydrogenated tallow alkyl )trlmethylammonium 

chloride ffQ 

Hydroxypropyl ammonium cyano acetate No 

Lauryl pyrldlnlum chloride No 

Methyl (trl-hydrogenatod tallow alkyl) ammonium 
chloride No 

Methyl-1-(tallow)amldoethyl-2-(tailow)lmida20llum- 

methyl sulfate No 

Methyl trl(Cg-C,o)ammonlum chloride No 

Methyltrloctylammonlum chloride No 

(Mixed alkyl) ammonium chloride ., [[ No 

(Mixed linear alkyl) dimothylammonlum methyl 
sulfate fjQ 



WTC. 
SBC. 

ENJ. 

EN J. 

VND. 

VND. 
ETC. 

DUP, VND. 

ARC. BRD. SBC, SCP, SHX, (») (»). 

ARC. ENJ. JTO. PPQ. SHX. 
ARC. ENO, SHX. WTC. 



ARC. SHX. 




ARC. SHX. 




(»). 




SHX. 




ARC. BRD. 


JTO. PPQ, SHX. 


HNT. 




SHX. 




SHX. 




BRD, HNT. 




CRD. 




RSA. 




ARC, SHX. 




DEX. 




ARC. 




AAC, ARC. 


BRD. SHX. 


HXL. 




SHX. 




{'). 




vyrrc. 




WTC. 




CRD. 




SHX. 




SCP. 




MIL. 





HCL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-24 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Catlonic— Continued 
Quaternary ammonium salts, not containing 
oxygen— Continued 
Acyclic— Continued 
Mixture of N-octyl. N-docyl. N.N-dlmethyi 

ammonium chloride and benzyl, dimethyl, (mixed 

alkyl) ammonium chloride No 

Octyidecyldimethyiammonlum chloride No 

N-Octyl, N-docyl, N.N-dlmethyl ammonium chloride ... No 
N.N,N',N\N'-Pentamethyl-N- (tallow alkyl)- 

trlmothylone-bls (ammonium chloride] No 

Stearic acid ethylene diamine methyl ammonium 

sulfate No 

Stearylpyrldium chloride No 

Tetr2iheptylammonium bromide No 

Tributyimethyiammonlum chloride No 

Trlhydrogenated(taiiow)ammonlum chloride No 

Trimothyloctadecylammonium chloride No 

Trlmothyl( soybean oil alkyl) ammonium chloride No 

Trlmethyl( tallow alley I) ammonium chloride No 

All other quaternary ammonium salts, not 

containing oxygen, acyclic No 

Cyclic: 

Benzyl (alkylpyrldlnlum) chloride No 

Benzyl(cocoamldopropyl)dlmethyl ammonium chloride . . No 
Benzyl (coconut oil alkyl )dlmethylammonlum 

chloride Yes 

Benzyl-dl(hydrogenated tallow alkyl)methyl- 

jmimonlum chloride No 

Benzyldlmethyl( mixed alkyl) ammonium chloride Yes 

Benzyldimethyioctadecyiammonium chloride Yes 

Benzyldimethyioleyiammonium chloride No 

Bonzyldimethyi (tallow alkyl) ammonium chloride No 

Benzyihexadecyldimethyiammonium chloride No 

Benzyl (hydrogenated tallow alkyl )dimethylammonlum 

chloride No 

Benzyl-methyl-bis (hydrogenated tallow) ammonium 

chloride No 

Benzyl (mixed alkyl) pyridlnium chloride No 

Benzyipicolinium chloride No 

1-Benzylpyrldlnium chloride No 

1-Benzyiqulnolinium chloride No 

Benzyitrlmethylammonium chloride Yes 

Butyipicoiinlum bromide No 

2,4-Dichlorobenzyidlmethyl(mlxed alkyl) ammonium 

chloride No 

1-Dodecyipyridinium chloride No 

( Ethylbenzyi ) dimethyl ( mixed alkyl ) ammonium 

chloride No 

Octadecyl-dibenzyitrimethyi- 1 , 3-propane 

diammonium chloride No 

1-Phenethyi-2-plcoiinium bromide No 

All other cyclic quaternary ammonium salts not 

containing oxygen No 

All other catlonic surface-active agents No 



BRD. 
HNT. 
BRD. 

ARC, SHX. 

HCL. 

WTC. 

EK. 

TNA. 

ENO. 

SHX. 

ARC, JTO, SHX. 

ARC, ENO, SHX. WTC. 

ARC, MOA, (»), (»). 

('). 

n- 

ENJ, ENO. GDC, HRT. LUR, WTC. (2), 

WTC. 

BKM. BRD, CRD, HNT, PCI, SHX, TCC, 

{'). {')■ 
AAC, PPG. SHX, TNI. 
AAC. 

BOE, ENO, WTC. 
BKM, PPG. 

ARC, ENO, WTC. 

ENO. 

{')■ 

GDC, LUR. 

BRD. 

{']■ 

HIP, PCI, RSA, SHX. TCC, UTC. 

HXL. 

('). 
CCL. 



GDC. 
HXL, 

{'). {')■ 

BRI. CGY. CRT, DUP, JTO, LUR. MIR, 

MOA. 

RPC, S, SCP, SDC. WM. WTC. WVA. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-25 



Section 12 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonic 

Carboxyllc acid amides: 
DIethanolamlne condensates, amine/acid ratio = 2/1: 

Capric acid No 

Castor oil acids No 

Coconut oil acids Yes 

Coconut oil and tallow acids Yes 

Laurie acid No 

Laurie and myristic acids Yes 

LInoieIc add No 

Mixed carboxyllc acids No 

Mixed fatty acids, neutralized No 

Mixed vegetable oil acids No 

Oleic acid Yes 

Palmitic and stearic acids No 

Soybean oli acids No 

Stearic acid Yes 

Tail oii acids Yes 

Taiiow acids No 

Aii other diethanoiamine condensates, amIne/acid 

ratio = 2/1 No 

Diethanoiamine condensates, other amIne/acid ratios: 

CaprIc acid (ratio = 1 /I ) No 

Coconut oil acids (ratio = 1 /I ) Yes 

Lard oil acids (ratio = 1 /I ) No 

Laurie acid (ratio = 1 /I ) Yes 

Laurie and myristic acids (ratio = 1/1) Yes 

Linoieic acid (ratio = 1/1 ) Yes 

Mixed carboxyiie acids No 

Mixed fatty acids (amine/acId ratio = 1/1 ) No 

Myristic acid (ratio = 1/1) No 

Oleic add (ratio = 1 /I ) No 

Palm kernel oil acids (ratio = 1 /I ) No 

Rapeseed acids (ratio = 1 / 1 ) No 

Soybean oii adds (ratio = 1/1 ) No 

Stearic add (ratio = 1 /I ) Yes 

Tail oil acids No 

Taiiow acids No 

Aii other diethanoiamine condensates, other 

amine/add ratios No 

Ail other carboxyiie acid amides: 

Coconut oii adds (ratio = 1/1) No 

Coconut oii adds (ratio = 2/1 ) No 

Coconut oii acids No 

Coconut oii acids-dlmethyiamlnopropylamlne 

condensate (amlne/acid ratio = 1/1) No 

Coconut oli adds-ethanolamlne condensate, 

ethoxylated No 

DIoieic add (ratio =1/2) No 

Hydrogenated taiiow acids, aminoethylethanolamlde. 

acetate salt No 



SCP. 

AAC, NSC. 

AAC, ARD, ARL, BRI, CCC, CON, CRT, 
CTL, ECC, EFH, GDC, HNT, HRT, 
LEA, LUR, MOP, MOA, MRV, PNX, 
PPG, RPC. SBC, SCP, SHX, STP, WTC. 

BRD, ENJ, ESS, MOA. SBC, UNN. 

CRD, MOA, PPG. 

CRD, FTX, SBC, STP. 

MOA. 

FER, RPC, SOS. 

FTX. 

SHX 

AAC. CRT, CTL, EFH, LEA, MOA, PPG, 
SBC, STP, WTC. 

RPC. 

AAC. 

AAC, AiP, OC. 

BRi, ECC, HCL, MOA, PNX, PPG, SBC. 
WVA. 

iCI. 

AAC, LUR, MOA. 

MOA. 

AAC, ARD, BRD, CCL. CPC, CTL, EMK, 
ETC, FTX, GAF, HNT, HTN, JRG. LUR, 
MIR, MOA, PIL, PPG. OOP, SBC, SCP, 
SHX, STP, TMH, VND, WTC, {') . 

QCP. 

AAC. HTN, MOA, SBC, TNI, WTC. 

AAC. BRD, FTX, MOA, SBC. 

MOA, PPG, SBC, VND. 

SOS, WTC. 

AAC, QCP, WTC. 

MOA. 

SBC. 

SVC, TMH. 

EFH. 

AAC. MOA, SBC. 

AAC, BRD, CHP, ECC. ENJ, HIP, LEA, 
MRV. 

QCP, WTC. (»). 

MOA. 

EFH. MOA. SCP. 

AAC, FTX, MOA, PG. PPG. SOS. 
ENJ. MOA. STP. 
HTN, MOA, PAT, STP. 



{')■ 



BRD, STP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-26 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surfacc-activ* aganta for which U.S. production and/or sale* war* reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Carboxyllc acid amides — Continued 
All other carboxyllc acid amides — Continued 
Hydrogenated tallow glycerldes diethylenedlamlne 

condensate No 

Hydrogenated tallow glycerldes diethylenetrlamlne 

condensate No 

Isonanolc acid, mono- and triethanolamlne salt No 

Isostearic acid, aminoethylethanolamlde. acetate 

salt No 

Laurie acid No 

Laurie add (ratio = 1/1) No 

Laurie and myrlstle acids No 

Laurie and myrlstle acids (ratio = 1/1 ) No 

Mink amidopropy dimethyl amine (amine acid 

ratio = 1/1) No 

Mixed fatty acids, diethanolamlne condensate No 

Oleic acld-ethanolamlne condensate, ethoxylated No 

Stearic acid (ratio =1/1) No 

Stearic add (ratio = 2/1 ) No 

Stearic add aminoethanolamlne 

(amine add ratio = 1 .0/1 .65) No 

Stearic add-N-amlnoethyl ethanolamine 

condensate No 

Stearic add-ethylenedlamlne condensate 

(ratio = 1/2) No 

Stearic add monoethanolamlne condensate No 

Tall oil aelds-dlmethylamlne condensate 

(ratio = 1/1) No 

Tail oil fatty acids (ratio =1/2) No 

Tall oil fatty adds (ratio = 2.7/1) No 

Tall oil fatty acids (ratio = 1.5/1) No 

Tall oil fatty aclds-trlethanolamlne condensate No 

Tallow adds (ratio = 1 .00/1 .65) No 

Tallow , N- ( 3- ( dimethylamino ) propyl] 

(ratio = 1/3) No 

All other carboxyllc add amides No 

Carboxyllc add esters: 

Anhydrosorbltol esters: 

Anhydrosorbltol dioleate No 

Anhydrosorbitol monoester of tall oil adds No 

Anhydrosorbitol monolaurate Yes 

Anhydrosorbitol mono-oleate Yes 

Anhydrosorbltol monopalmltato No 

Anhydrosorbltol monostearate Yes 

Anhydrosorbltol sesquioleate Yes 

Anhydrosorbltol triester of tail oil adds No 

Anhydrosorbitol trioleate Yes 

Anhydrosorbitol tristearate No 

All other anhydrosorbitol esters No 

Olethylene glycol esters: 

Diethylene giycol distearate No 

Diethylene giycoi monoester of tall oil acids No 

Diethylene giycoi monoester of tallow acids No 

Diethylene giycoi monolaurate Yes 

Diethylene giycoi monostearate Yes 

Diethylene giycoi sesquiester of tall oil acids No 

Diethylene giycoi sesquiiaurate No 

Diethylene glycol terephthaiate No 

Ali other diethylene giycoi esters No 



LEA. 

HRT. 
HCL. 

PCI. 

HTN, MOA. 

AAC. 

AAC. 

MOA. 

VND. 

WTC. 

SHX. 

AAC, MOA, VND. 

ECC. 

CHP. 

BOE. 

SCR, SLC. 
WTC. 

BKM. 

EFH. 

EFH. 

EFH. 

(*). 

PAT. 

PAT. 

CGY. CRT, JTO, LUR, MOA, SBC, ROB. 
SCP. (2). 



ICI. 

HDQ. 

BRD, ICI, PPG. SCP 

BRD. HDG, ICI. PPG. SCP. 

ICI. PPG. 

BRD. HDG, iCI, PPG. 

BRD, HDG. SCP. 

(')■ 

BRD. HDG. iCI, PPG. SCP. 

BRD. PPG. 

BRD. 

BRD. 

BKM. 

ENJ. 

CTL, ECC. HDG. PPG. 

AAC, ECC. HDG. STP. 

ECC. WVA. 

BRD. 

UPF. 

VND. 



See footnotes at end of tabie 



12-27 



Section 12 



Table 12-2— Continued 



Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 
1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonlc— Continued 

Carboxyllc acid esters— Continued 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol esters: 

Ethoxylatad anhydrosorbltol monolaurate Yes 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol mono-oleate Yes 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol monopalmltate No 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol monostearate Yes 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol triester of tall oil 

acids No 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol trioleate Yes 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol tristearate Yes 

All other ethoxylated anhydrosorbltol esters No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol esters: 

Ethoxylated sorbitol beeswax ester No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol hexaester of tall oil acids No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol hexaoleate No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol lanolin ester No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol mono-oleate No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol monostearate No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol oleate. acetylated No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol pentalaurate No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol tetraester of laurlc and 

oleic acids No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol tetraester of tall oil acids No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol tetraoleate No 

Ethoxylated sorbitol tetrastearate No 

Ethylene glycol esters: 

Ethylene glycol distearate No 

Ethylene glycol monostearate No 

Ethylene glycol sesqulstearate No 

All other ethylene glycol esters No 

Glycerol esters: 
Complex glycerol esters: 

Glycerol diacetyltartrate monostearate No 

Glycerol mono- and diesters of mixed fatty 

acids No 

Glycerol monoester of mixed fatty acids, 

acetylated No 

Glycerol monoester of mixed fatty acids, 

succlnylated No 

All other complex glycerol esters No 

Glycerol esters of chemically defined adds: 

Glycerol dllaurate No 

Glycerol monolaurate No 

Glycerol mono-oleate Yes 

Glycerol monorlclnoleate No 

Glycerol monostearate Yes 

Glycerol trioctanoate/decanoate No 

All other glycerol esters of chemically defined 

adds No 

Glycerol esters of mixed adds: 
Glycerol mono-, dl-, and triesters of 

hydrogenated tallow adds No 

Glycerol monoester of C,-C,o adds No 

Glycerol monoester of coconut oil adds No 

Glycerol monoester of cottonseed oil adds No 



BRD, ETC, HDG, ICI, PPG, SCP, SVC. 
BRD, ETC, HDG, ICI, PPG, SCP, SVC. 
HDG, ICI, PPG. 
BRD, ETC, HDG, ICI. PPG, SCP. 

ICI, WTC. 

BRD, ETC, HDG, ICI, PPG, SCP. 

BRD, HDG, ICI, PPG. 

BRD. 

ICI. 
SCP. 
ICI, PPG. 
ICI. 

CPC, ICI. 
CPC, SCP, 
ICI. 
PPG. 

ICI. 
('). 
ICI. 
ICI. 

AAC, ENJ, HDG, PPG, SCP, STP, WM, 

WTC. 
AAC, BRD, HDG, PPG, SCP, STP, VND. 

WM, WTC. 
JTO, STP. 
SCP. 



EKT. 

EKT. 
BRD, SCP. 

LEV. STP, VND. 

BRD, HDG. 

BRD, EFH, HAL, HDG, PPG, SCP, STP, 

SVC, WTC. 
BRD, HDG. 
BRD, CCC, CHL, CPC, HAL, HDG. HRT, 

LUR, PPG, SCP, SOS, SQA, STP, VND, 

WM, WTC. 
WM. 

SCP. 



WPG. 
SVC. 

BRD. 
EKT. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-28 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agent* for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported. Identified by manufacturer. 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Carboxyllc add esters— Continued 
Glycerol esters— Continued 
Glycerol esters of mixed adds— Continued 
Glycerol nnonoester of hydrogenatad cottonseed 

oil adds No 

Glycerol monoester of hydrogenated lard acids No 

Glycerol monoester of hydrogenated soybean oU 

adds No 

Glycerol monoester of lard adds No 

Glycerol monoester of palm oil adds No 

Glycerol monoester of safflower oil adds No 

Glycerol monoester of tall oil adds No 

Glycerol monoester of tallow adds No 

Glycerol sesqulester of hydrogenated tallow 

adds No 

Glycerol triester of mixed fatty adds No 

All other glycerol esters of mixed adds No 

Natural fats and oils, ethoxylated: 
Castor oil , ethoxylated Ye« 

Coconut oil , ethoxylated No 

Hydrogenated castor oH. ethoxylated Yea 

Lanolin . ethoxylated Yee 

Mixed fatty adds, alkyl ether, ethoxylated No 

Mixed tall oil and rosin adds, ethoxylated No 

Oleic add, ethoxylated and propoxylated No 

Tall oil adds, ethoxylated Yea 

Tall oil adds , ethoxylated and propoxylated No 

TaH oil, refined, ethoxylated No 

Tallow fatty adds, ethoxylated No 

All other natural fats and oils, ethoxylated No 

Polyethylene glycol esters: 
Polyethylene glycol esters of chemlcaHy defined acldt: 
Polyethylene glycol dllaurate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol dioleate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol distearate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol monocaprylate No 

Polyethylene glycol monolsostearate No 

Polyethylene glycol monolaurate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol mono-oleate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol monopalmltate Yee 

Polyethylene glycol monopelargonate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol monopelargonate. 

methoxylated No 

Polyethylene glycol monohdndeate No 

Polyethylene glycol monostearate Yet 

Polyethylene glycol sesqulnoleate No 

Polyethylene glycol terephthalate No 

All other polyethylene glycol esters of 

chemically defined adds No 



EKT, WM. 
EKT. 

BFP, EKT. PPG. 

EKT. 

EKT. 

EKT, 

FER. PPG. 

EKT. 

PCI. 

SVC. 

BFP. 



AAC. 
MIL 

ETC. 

ETC. 

AAC, 

(»). 

HCL. 

MIL. 

AAC. 

(»)• 

SCP, 

OAF. 

BAS. 



CPC. ETC. QAF, HCL, HTN, ICI, 
,PPQ. S. SCP. SVC, TMH. WTC. 

HCL. 

HCL. ICI. MIL. PPG, SCP. 

CRD, HCL. SCP. (»). 



GAF, HCL. 

HCL. HDQ. MIL. VNO. 



BRD. EFH. ETC, HDQ, PPQ, SCP, STP, 

WM. 
BRD, EFH, ETC. HAL, HDQ, MIL. OC. 

PPG. QCP, SCP. SOS. STP, (»). 
AAC. BRD. HDG, PPG, STP, WTC. 
ECC. 
PPG. 
BRD, CCA. CQY. ECC. EFH, ENJ, ETC. 

HAL, HDQ, ICI, PPG, SCP, STP, SVC, 
BOE. BRD, CCA, CRT, ECC, EFH, ETC, 

GDC, HAL, HCL, HDQ, HIL, LUR, MRT, 

MRV, OC, PPG. SCP, SHX. STP, SVC, 

WTC. (»)• 
BRD. ETC. HCL. ICI. SHX. 
ETC. HCL, SCP. SOS. 

SCP. 

S. 

AAC, APC, BRD. CPC. CRT, EFH, ETC, 
GDC, HDQ, HIL, HRT, ICI, LUR, OC, 
PPQ, SCP, SOS, STP, SVC, VKR, VND. 

ETC, SCP, SOS. 

BOE, PCI. 

ETC, HCL, RPC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-29 



Section 12 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonionle— Continued 

Carboxyilc acid esters— Continued 
Polyethylene glycol esters— Continued 
Polyethylene glycol esters of mixed acids: 
Polyethylene glycol diester of coconut oil and 

oleic acids No 

Polyethylene glycol diester of mixed linear 

alkyl acids/oleic add No 

Polyethylene glycol diester of tall oil acids Yes 

Polyethylene glycol ester of mixed fatty acids No 

Polyethylene glycol monoester of coconut oil 
adds Yes 

Polyethylene glycol monoester of soybean oil 
adds No 

Polyethylene glycol monoester of tall oil acids Yes 

Polyethylene glycol (mixed ester) of tall oil 
adds No 

Polyethylene glycol sesqulester of coconut oil 
adds No 

Polyethylene glycol sesqulester of tall oil 
adds Yes 

Polyethylene glycol sesqulester of tallow acids No 

All other polyethylene glycol esters of mixed 

add No 

Poly glycerol esters: 

Hexaglycerol No 

Mixed oleic, laurlc. stearic, and palmitic 

hexaglycerol esters No 

Polyglycerol decaoleate No 

Polyglycerol distearate No 

Polyglycerol mono-oleate Yes 

Polyglycerol monostearate No 

Polyglycerol tetraoleate No 

All other polyglycerol esters No 

Propanediol esters: 

1 ,2-Propanedlol dioctsmoate/decanoate No 

1 ,2-Propanedlol dipelargonate No 

1 .2-Prop8uiedlol monolaurate No 

1 ,2-Propanedloi mono-oleate No 

1 ,2-Propanedlol monostearate Yes 

Other ceu^oxyilc add esters: 

Dl-lsobutylene maleate No 

Ethoxylated 1 ,3-butylene glycol stearate No 

Ethoxylated castor oil. ditrldecylmaleate No 

Ethoxylated glycerol mono- and diesters of 

hydrogenated tallow adds No 

Ethoxylated glycerol and propylene glycol esters 

of coco fatty adds No 

Ethoxylated 1 ,2 -propanediol monostearate No 

Ethoxylated and propoxylated glycerol mono- and 

diesters of tallow adds No 

Unoleic add dimers, ali(0xylated No 

Maleic anhydride, polypropylene glycol copolymer No 

Methylglucoslde laurate No 

Mixed alkyl benzoate No 

Mixed alkyl stearate No 

Pentaerythrltol stearate No 

Polyalkylene glycol oleate No 

Polycarboxyllc add, alkylate No 

Polycarboxyllc add, alkylphenoxyalkoxylate No 

Polypropylene glycol diester of tall oil adds No 



EFH. 

PCI. 

ARI. EFH. ETC. LUR. PAT. PPQ, OCR. 

RDA. (»). 
SHX, SOS, 

CRT. ICI. LUR, WM. 

BAS. BRO. 

BKM. CCC, EFH, FER, LUR, PPQ. RDA. 

CRT. 

ENJ. MRT. PAT. SOP. 

ICI. SLM. WTC, («). 
PAT, RPC. SCP. SHX, (»). 

ETC, LEA, SCP, WTC. 

SVC. 

SVC. 

SCP. 

BRD. PPQ. 

HDQ. PPQ. WTC. 

BRD. HDQ. PPQ, SVC. 

PPQ. 

BRD. 

SVC, WM. 

WM. 
SBC. 
EFH. 
BRD, EKT. HAL. PPG. SBC. WM. 

RH. 

HCL. 

UPF. 

SVC. 

SVC. 
ICI. 

SVC. 

('). 

PCI. 

HDQ. 

APC. 

SOS. 

PPG. SCP. 

SOS. 

('). 

RDA. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



12-30 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surlace-actlve agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Carboxyllc acid esters— Continued 
Other c2U-boxyllc acid esters — Continued 

Polypropylene glycol dioleate No 

Propylene glycol esters of hydrogenated palm oil No 

All other carboxyllc acid esters No 

Ethers: 
Benzenold ethers: 

Amylphenol-formaldehyde. aUkoxylated No 

BIsphenol A. ethoxlated and propoxylated No 

BIsphenol A, ethoxylated No 

P-tert-Butylphenol-formaldehyde, alkoxylated No 

Dllsobutylphenol, ethoxylated No 

Dinonylphenol, ethoxylated Yes 

Oodecylphenol, ethoxylated Yes 

Epichlorohydrin bisphenol A. ethoxylated No 

Furfuryl alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Iso-octylphenol. ethoxylated Yes 

(Mixed alkyl) phenol, alkoxylated No 

(Mixed alkyljphenol epichlorohydrln-formaldehyde, 

alkoxylated No 

(Mixed alkyOphenol, ethoxylated No 

(Mixed alkyliphenol, ethoxylated, butyl ether No 

(Mixed alkyl) phenol-formaldehyde, alkoxylated Yes 

Naphthalene sulfonic acid, polymer with 

formaldehyde and 4,4'-dlhydroxydlphenyl sulfone . . . , No 
Naphthalenesulfonic acid, polymer with 

formaldehyde, sodium salt No 

Naphthalenesulfonic acid, polymer with 

formaldehyde and 4,4'-dlhydroxydlphenyl sulfone, 

ammonium salt No 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated Yes 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated, phosphate esters No 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated and propoxylated Yes 

Nonyl phenol, ethoxylated with mixed fatty acids No 

Nonylphenol-formaldehyde, alkoxylated Yes 

Nonyl phenol oleate, ethoxylated No 

Nonylphenoxypoly(ethyleneoxy) ethyl Iodide No 

n-Octylphenol, ethoxylated No 

tert-Octylphenol-formaldehyde, ethoxylated No 

Phenol, ethoxylated No 

Phenol-formaldehyde resin (with lignite) No 

Phenol, propoxylated No 

Phenylstyrene , ethoxylated No 

All other alkylphenol-formaldehyde condensates, 

alkoxylated No 

All other phenols, ethoxylated No 

Nonbenzenold ethers: 
Linear alcohols, alkoxylated: 

Butanol. ethoxylated No 

Decyl alcohol, ethoxylated Yes 

Decyl alcohol, ethoxylated and propoxylated No 

Decyloxypoly(ethy;eneoxy) ethyl chloride No 

Oodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated Yes 

Glycerol, ethoxylated No 

Hexadecyl alcohol, ethoxylated Yes 



PG, VND. 

ARI, CHP, HDG, MOA, ROB, SCP, SYL. 
WM, (»), (»). 



{')■ 

PPG. 

PPG. 

(»)■ 

GAP. 

CPC, 

AAC, 

('). 

SVC. 

AAC, 

(')■ 



ETC, GAP, HTN, PPG, RH. S, SCP. 
ETC, MON, SCP, TMH. 

BAS, GAP, PPG, RH, TMH. 



MIL. 

HCL, WTC, (»), (»). 



(2). 

BAS. 

RH. 

ENJ. 

PCI. 

PCI. 

PCI. 

AAC, BAS, CPC, ENJ, ETC. GAP, HCL, 
HDG, HTN, ICI, MIL, MOA, MON, OMC, 
PLX, PPG. RH, S, SCP, SHX, STP. 
TMH, TX. UCC, WTC, (») , {') . (») . 

OMC. 

GAP. HCL, RH, SCP, TMH, WTC, {') . 

SOS. 

WTC, {'). {'). 

SOS. 

GAP, 

DUP. GAP, SCP. 

SOW. 

AAC. GAP, ICI, MIL, PPG, SCP. 

PSP. 

RH. 

HCL. 

(')■ 

AAC, HCL. SCP. SHX. 



GAP. 

BAS. CPC. ENJ. GAP. HCL. ICI. MIL. S. 

SCP. 
GAP. 
GAP. 
AAC. BAS. GAP. HDG. ICI. MIL. PPG. 

AAC. SVC. 
AAC. ICI. SCP. 



Sea footnotes at end of table. 



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Section 12 



Table 12-2— Continued 



Surface-active agents for which U.S. production and/or aalea were reported. Identified by manufacturer, 

1989 



Surface-active agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Ethers— Continued 
Nonbenzenold ethers— Continued 
Linear alcohols, 

2Ukoxylated— Continued 

Isodecyl alcohol, alkoxylated No 

Isostearyl alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Methyl alcohol, alkoxylated No 

9-Octadecenyl adcohol, ethoxylated Yes 

Octadecyl alcohol, ethoxylated Yea 

Oleyl alcohol, ethoxylated Yea 

Pelargonic alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Stearyl alcohol, propoxylated No 

All other chemlc2tlly defined Hnear alcohols, 

alkoxylated No 

CocorHit oil alcohol , ethoxylated No 

Decyl and octyl alcohols, ethoxylated No 

Decyl and octyl alcohols, ethoxylated and 

propoxylated No 

Mixed linear alcohols, alkoxylated No 

Mixed linear alcohols , ethoxylated Yes 

Mixed Hnear alcohols, ethoxylated. benzyl ether No 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and propoxylated . . . Yes 

Myrlstyl alcohol, propoxylated No 

Sperm oil alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Stearyl alcohol, propoxylated No 

Tallow alcohol . ethoxylated No 

Wool wax alcohols, ethoxylated No 

AH other mixed linear alcohols, alkoxylated No 

Other ethers and thioethers: 

BIs-cumylphenyl-oxoethylene titanate No 

1 ,3-Butylene glycol, ethoxylated No 

Coconut fatty acld-ethoxylated nonylphenol ester No 

tert-Dodecyl mercaptan, ethoxylated No 

Glycerine, alkoxylated No 

Glycerol, alkoxylated. toluene dllsocyanata 

copolymer No 

Isodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Isodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and propoxylated No 

Iso-octyl alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Ugnln, ethoxylated ! ! No 

Mixed alcohols, ethoxylated Yes 

Polyeplchlorhydrin No 

Polyether diols No 

Polyether triols No 

Potyethoxylate/polypropoxylate dibenryl ether No 

Polyethylene glycol mono (nonylphenol) ether 

ammonium sulfate No 

Poly (mixed ethylene, propylene) glycol Yes 

Poly (mixed ethylene, propylene) glycol, capped with 

aikyi oxirone No 

Polyoxyalkylene glycols , alkoxylated No 

Poty(oxy-1 ,2-ethanedlyl) , or-phenylmethyl-u- 

hydroxy, C,j-C„ alkyl ethers No 

Poly(oxy-l .2-ethanedlyl) , Q-phenylmethyl-u- 

hydroxy. ethoxylated nonylphenol alkyl ether No 



S. 

SHX. 

(»). 

AAC. OAF. ICI, MIR. S. SCP. 

AAC. HCL. HTN. ICI, PPG. SCP. 

CPC. CRO, HCL, SHX. 

GAF. 

SVC. 

BAS. HDQ. PPG. SCP. 
ETC. GAF. HCL, TX. 
AAC, GAF. SHX. 

PPG. 

WTC. (»). 

AAC, BAS, DUP, GAF. HCL, HDG, ICI, 
MIL. MOA, PLX, RH, S. SCP. SHC, 
SHX, TMH, TNA, TX, UCC, VST, WTC. 

AAC, DUP. ETC, GAF. MIL, OMC, PPG, 

S, SCP. SHX, STP, SVC, UCC, (»). 
WTC. 
BAS. 

AAC, WTC. 

AAC. ENJ, ETC, HCL, PPQ. TX. 
CRD. 
BRD, RH, SHC, (*). 

KP1. 
HCL. 
TCC. 
AAC, OAF. 



ETC. PPQ. 

ETC. 

PPG. 



AAC. 

AAC, 

ETC, 

WVA. 

ENJ, MIL, RH, SHX, WM, (»). 

('). 

WTC. 

WTC. 

BAS, ETC, S. UCC, WTC. (»), (»). 
GAF. 



PCI. 
PCI. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 12-2— Continued 

Surface-activ* agents for which U.S. production and/or tales were reported, Identified by manufacturer, 



Surlace-actlve agents 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
statistics ' (according to list In table 12-3) 



Nonlonic— Continued 

Ethers— Continued 
Other ethers and thioethers— Continued 
Polypropylene glycol. aUkoxylated, polymer with 
maleic anhydride, acrylic acid, and alkylphenol- 

formaldehyde resin, alkoxylated No 

Polypropylene glycol, ethoxylated No 

Polypropylene glycol glycerol triether, copolymer 
with eplchlorhydln bisphenol epoxy resin No 

2,4,7, 9-Tetramethyl-5-decyne-4 , 7-dlol , 
ethoxylated No 

Tridecyl alcohol, ethoxylated Yes 

Tridecyl alcohol, propoxylated and ethoxylated No 

Trimethylnonyl alcohol, ethoxylated No 

Trimethylolprop2tfie, alkoxylated No 

All other ethers and thioethers No 

Other nonlonic surface-active agents: 

Cumyl phenolate. Isopropoxytltanlum salt No 

Formaldehyde, dicyandlamlde , ethylene sulfate 

polymers No 

(Mixed alky I) phenol alkylenedlamlnealkanolamine 

formaldehyde No 

Mixed fatty acld-ethoxylated nonylphenol ester No 

Tetra- ( 2 , 2 -diallyloxy methylene ) - 1 -butoxytltanlum 

bls-(dltrldecyl) phosphite No 

Tetra-lsopropoxytltanlum(bl8 dioctyl) phosphite No 

Tetra-octyloxytttanlum(bls-trldecyl)pho8phlte No 

Trl(castor oil alkyl) phosphate No 

All other nonlonic surface-active agents No 



BAS, ETC, GAP, HCL, HDG, PPG, SCP, 
WTC, (»). 



('). 



GAP, SCP. 

AAC, CPC, DUP, ETC, HCL, ICI. MIL. 

PPG. S, SCP, WTC, (»). 
ETC, GAP, HTN, PPG, TX. 
PPG. UCC. 

AAC. BAS. GAP, WTC, (»). 
HCL. OMC. RH. SCP. 

KPI. 

PCI. 

('). 
RPC. 

KPI. 
KPI. 
KPI. 
BRO. 

BAS. BRI. CGY. CLU. DUP. GAP. HCL, 
ICI, LUR, MIL, MOA, PG, SCP. WM. 
WVA, ('), {'). 



' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

' The manufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. internation2U Trade Commission. 



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Section 12 



Table 12-3 
SuiiacA-actlv* aganta: 



Directory of manufacturara, alphabatlcal by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



AA Alcolac , Inc . 

AC AC& S, Inc. 

ACT Climax Performance Materials Corp. 

ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

AGP Dial Corp. 

AlP Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. 

AMU RPM American Emulsion Co. , Inc. 

APC Apollo Chemicals Corp . 

APX Apex Chemical Co. , Inc. 

ARC Akzo Chemicals , Inc . 

ARD Ardmore Chemical Co. , Inc. 

ARI Atlas Refinery , Inc . 

ARL Arol Chemical Products Co. 

ARZ Arizona Chemical Co. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BFP American Ingredients Company 

BKM Buckman Laboratories , Inc . 

BLA Astor Products, Inc. , Blue Arrow Olv. 

BOE Boehme Fllatex, Inc. 

BRD Lonza, Inc. 

BRI Sedgefled Specialities 

BSW Original Bradford Soap Works, Inc. 

CAS CasChem, Inc. 

CCA Akzo Chemicals, Inc. 

CCC C.N.C. International, Inc. 

ecu Catawba-Charlab, Inc. 

CCW Morton International, Inc. 

(Specialty Chemicals Group) . 

CGY Clba-Gelgy Corp. 

CHL Chemol Co. 

CHP C. H. Patrick i Co., Inc. 

CIN Stockhausen, Inc. 

CLD Colloids, Inc. 

CLU CL Industries, Inc. 

CMT Chemlthon Corp. 

CON Concord Chemical Co. , Inc. 

CP Colgate-Palmolive Co. 

CPC Grant Industries. Inc. 

CRD Croda, Inc. 

CRT Rellly-WhIteman, Inc. 

CTL Continental Chemical Co. 

DAN Dan River, Inc. . Chemical Products DIv. 

DEX Dexter Chemical Corp. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. , Inc. 

Chemicals & Rgments Dept. 

ECC Eastern Color & Chemical Co. 

EFH E. F. Houghton & Co. 

EK Eastman Kodak Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. DIv. 

EMK Emkay Chemical, Inc. 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

ENO Enenco, Inc. 

ESS Essential Industries. Inc. 

ETC Ethox Chemicals, Inc. 

FER Ferro Corp. , Kell Chemical DIv. 

FPC Flambeau Paper Corp. 

FTX Flnetex, Inc. 

GAF QAF Chemical Corp 



GOC Gresco Mfg. , Inc. 

GRL Calgon Corp. , Calgon Vestal 

Laboratories DIv. 

HAL C. P. Hall Co. 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp. , Sou-Tex 

Works 

HDQ Hodag Chemical Corp. 

HEW Hewitt Soap Co. , Inc. 

HIL Hilton Davis Company 

HIP High Point Chemical Corp. 

HMP W. R. Grace & Co. , Hampshire 

Chemicals DIv. 

and Organic Chemical DIv. 

HNT Huntington Laboratories, Inc. 

HPC Hercules, Inc. 

HRT Hart Products Corp. 

HTN Heterene Chemical Co. 

HXL Hexcel Corp. , Hexcel Chemical 

Products 

ICI ICI Americas , Inc . , Specialty Chemicals 

DIv. 

JLP J. L. Prescott Co. 

JRG Andrew Jergens Co. 

JTO Jetco Chemicals, Inc. 

KPI Kenrlch Petrochemicals, Inc. 

LEA Leatex Chemlc2d Co. 

LEV Lever Brothers Co. 

LKY Lake States DIv. of Rhinelander Paper 

Co. 

LUR Rellly Whiteman, Inc. 

MAR DeUshowa Chemicals , Inc . 

MCP Moretex Chemical Products , Inc . 

MIL Mllllken & Co. , Mllllken Chemical DIv. 

MIR MIranol Chemical Co. , Inc. 

MOA Mona Industries, Inc. 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRT Morton International, Inc., 

Morton Chemical DIv. 

MRV Marlowe-Van Loan Corp. 

NCC NIacet Corp. 

NES Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 

NMC Namico, Inc. 

NPR Safeway Stores, Inc. 

NSC National Starch & Chemical Corp. 

OC Omega Chemicals. Inc. 

OMC Olln Corp. 

PAT Pat-Chem, Inc. 

PCH Prochem 

PCI Redmont Chemical Industries. Inc. 

PEL Pelron Corp. 

PQ Procter & Gamble Co. . Procter & 

Gamble Mfg. Co. 

PIL Pilot Chemical Co. 

PLX Desoto. Inc. 

PNX Murphy-Phoenix Co. 

PPG PPG Industries. Inc. 

PSP Georgia-Pacific Corp. . Belllngham DIv. 

QCP Quaker Chemical Corp, 

RAY Rayonler Chemical Products. Inc. 



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Table 12-3— Continued 
Surface-active agents: 



Directory of manufacturer*, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



RDA Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

ROB Robeco Chemicals, Inc. 

RPC Colloids, Inc. , Lyndal Dtv 

RSA R.S.A. Corp. 

S Sandoz. Chemical Corp. , Colors & 

Chemicals DIv. 

SBC Scher Chemicals, Inc. 

SBP SBS Products Inc. 

SCO Scholler, Inc. 

SCP Henkel Corp. 

SDC Sandoz Chemical Corp. 

SOW Sterling Drug, Inc. , 

Sterling Organlcs Div. 

SHC Shell Oil Co. , Shell Chemical Co. 

SHX Sherex Chemical Co. . Inc. 

SLC Soluol Chemical Co. , Inc. 

SLM Salem Oil & Grease Co. 

SOS SSC Industries. Inc. 

SPA Scott Paper Co. 

SQA Sequa Chemicals , inc . 

STP Stepan Chemical Co. 

SVC Capital CKy Products Co. 

SYL Arizona Chemical Co. 



TCC Sybron Chemicals, Inc. 

TEN Tennessee Chemical Co. 

TMH Hau-cros ChemiceUs, Inc. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TNI Gillette Chemical Co. 

TX Texaco Chemical Co. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp., industrial 

Chemical DIv. 

UDI Desoto, inc. 

UNN United Aniline Co. 

UPF Sloss Industries 

USR Unlroyal Chemical Co. , inc. 

UTC Unltex Chemical Corp. 

VKR Virkier Co. 

VND Van Dyk, Div. of Maillnckrodt , inc. 

VST Vista Chemical inc. 

WBQ Dry den OH Co. , White and Bagley DIv. 

WHW Whittemore-Wrlght Co., inc 

WM inolex Chemical Co. 

WPG West Polnt-Pepperell. inc. , Grlfftex 

Chemical Co. Sub. 

WTC Wttco Chemical Corp. 

WVA Westvaco Corp. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 13 
Pesticides and Related Products 

Pesticides and related products include 
fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides, 
and related products such as plant growth 
regulators, seed disinfectants, soil conditioners, 
soil fumigants, and synergists. The data are given 
in terms of 100 percent active materials; they 
exclude such materials as diluents, emulsifiers, 
and wetting agents. 

U.S. production of pesticides and related 
products in 1989 amounted to 572 million 
kilograms, 8 percent more than the 528 million 
kilograms reported for 1988 (table 13-1). Sales 
in 1989 were 461 million kilograms, an increase 
of 9 percent, as compared with 424 million 
kilograms reported in 1988; the value of sales was 
$5,203 million in 1989, compared with $4,354 
million in 1988— an increase of 20 percent. Data 
for production of pesticides and related products 
during 1985-89 are shown in figure 13-1. 



The output of cyclic pesticides and related 
products amounted to 366 million kilograms in 
1989, 6 percent more than the 345 million 
kilograms produced in 1988. Sales in 1989 were 
287 million kilograms, valued at $3,639 million, 
compared with 259 million kilograms, valued at 
$3,054 million, in 1988. 

Production of acyclic pesticides and related 
products in 1989 amounted to 206 million 
kilograms, compared with 183 million kilograms 
reported for 1988. Sales in 1989 were 174 million 
kilograms, compared with 165 million kilograms 
reported for 1988; the value of sales was $1,563 
million in 1989, compared with $1,299 million in 
1988. 

Table 13-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer (s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 13-3. 

Stephen Wanser 

202-252-1363 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3363) 



Rgur* 13-1 

Pastlcldas and r«lat«d products: U.S. production, 1985-89 



Millions 


















of kilograms 


700 

630 — 


560- 
490- 














"■ 


- 












420- 


t 














:^ 




350- 
















4 














280 -■ 














\ 




210- 
140 - 








( 






t 

I 
i 




















70 - 








\ 




















i 1 




t 

1 -.-."1 




J 








I 1 




1 y? 





1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the US International Trade Commission. 



13-1 



Section 13 

Table 13-1 

PestlcldAS and related products: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Pesticides and related products 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


value^ 


1.000 

kilograms 

572.386 


1.000 

kilograms 

461.172 


1.000 

dollars 

5,202,782 


Per 

kilogram 

$11.28 


365,900 


286.745 


3,639,436 


12.69 


40,385 
262,400 


33.297 
200.450 


253,075 
2,464,433 


7.60 
12.29 


5,008 

11,655 

245,737 

59.484 


26.234 
174,218 

50,442 


70,080 
2,394,353 

878,419 


(») 
2.67 
13.74 

17.41 


1,621 
25.828 
32.035 


1,396 
19,815 
29,231 


15,132 
324.981 
538.306 


10.84 
16.40 
18.42 



Grand total 

Cyclic 

Total 

Fungicides' 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators , total 

3' .4'-Olchloroproplonanlllde (Propanll) 

Ptienoxyacetic acid derivatives 

All other cyclic herbicides' 

Insecticides and rodentlcldes. total 

Chlorinated Insecticides 

Organophosphorus Insecticides' 

All other cyclic Insecticides and rodentlcldes* 

All other cyclic pesticides 3.631 

Acyclic 

Total 206,486 

Fungicides' 9,932 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators* 53.700 

Insecticides, rodentlcldes. soil conditioners, and 
fumlgants. total 132.904 

Organophosphorus Insecticides* 39.283 

N-Methyldlthlocarbamlc add (Metham) 14.809 

Trlchloronltromethane (chloroplchn) 11 ,998 

All other acyclic Insecticides, rodentlcldes, soil 

conditioners, and fumlgants" 66,814 

All other acyclic pesticides 9,950 



2,556 



174,427 



43.509 



6,868 
59,174 

98,619 



41.843 
834.907 

643.173 



18.510 

12.206 

3.892 

64.011 

9.766 



274.301 
16.108 
8.998 

343.766 

43.423 



17.02 

8.96 
6.09 
14.11 

15.85 

14.82 
1.32 
2.31 

5.37 

4.45 



' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

* Includes benomyl. captan. chlorothalonll. DMTT, folpet. pipron, and others. 

' Reported data were accepted In confidence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 

* Includes alachlor. atrazlne. benefln. bensullde, 2.4-D and other 2.4-D esters and salts, dicamba. dinltrophenol 
compounds, diuron, DNBP. Isopropyl phenylcarbamates (IPC and CIPC). maleic hydrazlde, mollnate. NPA, picloram, 
prometon, triazlnes, trifluralln, plant growth regulators, and others. 

° Includes diazlnon, methyl parathlon. and other phosphorothloates and phosphorodlthloatos. 

• Includes carbaryl. chlorinated Insecticides (chlordan. heptachlor, and others). Insect attractants. DEET and 
other Insect repellents, small amounts of rodentlcldes. and others. 

' Includes dithlocarbamates. 

• Includes butylate. EPTC. methanearsonic acid salts, thiocarbamates. and organophosphorus herbicides and 
others. 

» Includes acephate. disulfoton. ethlon, malathlon. phorate. and other organophosphorus Insecticides. 

'° Includes, methyl bromide, soil conditioners and fumlgants, small quantities of rodentlcldes, and others. 
Note.— Does not Include data for the Insect fumlgant. p-dlchlorobenzene, nor the fungicide, o-phenylphenol These 
data are included in the section on -Cyclic Intermediates." It also does not Include data for the fungicides 
dimethyidlthiocarbamic add. sodium salt and dimethyldithlocarbamic add. zinc salt (i.e.. ziram). These data are 
nciuded In the section on "Rubber-Processing Chemicals." The data for ethylene dibromide a fumlgant are 
Included in the "Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical Products" section. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



13-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Tabl« 13-2 

Pesticides and related products for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by 
manufacturer, 1989 



Pesticides and related products 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list in table 13-3) 



Cyclic 



Yes 
Yes 



Fungicides: 

2-Bromo-4'-hydroxyacetophenone No BKM. 

1 - (4-Chiorophenoxy ) -3 . 3-dlmethyl- 1 - ( 1 . 2 , 4-trlazol-1 - 

yi)-butan-2-one No CHG. 

Q!-(2-Chiorophenyi)-Q(-(4-chlorophenyi)-5- 

pyrimldinemethanol No LIL. 

a- [2- (4-chiorophenyl) ethyl] -a-( 1 , 1 -dimethylethyi) - 

1h-1 ,2.riazoio-1-ethanoi No CHQ. 

a-(2-Chlorophenyi)-Q!-(4-fluorophenyl)-5- 

pyrimldinemethanol No LIL. 

2.4-Dichioro-6-(o-chioroaniiino)-8-tria2ine No CHG. 

1,4-Dichioro-2,5-dinnethoxybenzene (Chioroneb) No CHF. 

Hexahydro-1 ,3.5-triethyi-8-trta2lne No VNC. 

Hexahydro-1,3.5-tri(2-hydroxyethyl)-8-trlazine No {'). 

2-Mercaptobenzothiazoie. sodium salt No j^j . 

Methyi-1-(butylcarbamoyl)-2-benzimldazolecarbamate 

(Benomyl) No DUP, GTL. 

3-(2-Methyipiperidino)propyl-3.4-dlchlorobenzoate 

(Rpron) No LIL, USR. 

Naphthenic acid, copper salt No CCA, NOD, TRO. 

2-n-Octyi-4-i80thia2oiln-3-one No RH. 

Pentachiorophenol, sodium salt No FRO. 

8-Qulnollnol, copper seUt No NOD. 

8-Ouinollnol, magnesium salt No FMT. 

2,4,5,6-Tetrachloroisophthalonltrile No SDS. 

Tetrahydro-3 , 5-dimethyi-2H- 1,3, 5-thladla2lne-2- 

thione (DMTT) No BKM, MRK, VCC. 

2-(Thlocyanomethyithio)benzothla20le No BKM. 

N-Trichioromethylthio-4-cyciohexene-1 ,2- 

dicarboximlde (Captan) No iCI, VNC. 

N-Trlchioromethyithlophthallmide (Foipet) No ICI. 

All other cyclic fungicides No FER, NOD. 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators: Yes 

3-Amlno-2,5-dichloroben2oic acid, ammonium salt 

(2,5-Dlchloro-3-aminoben20ic acid, 

ammonium salt) No RDA. 

4-Amlno-6- (1,1 -dimethylethyi) -3- (methyithio) -1 ,2,4- 

triazin-5-(4H)-one No CHQ. DUP. 

4-Amlno-3,5.6-trichioroplcoilnlc add (Rcioram) No QOW. 

S-Benzyi thiocarbamate No ICI. 

4,6-Bls(lsopropyiamlno)-2-methoxy-s-trla2lne 

(Prometon) No CGY. 

2 . 4-Bis (isopropyiamino ) -6- ( methyithio) -s-triazine 

(Prometryn) No CGY. 

5-Bromo-3-sec-butyi-6-methyiuracii (Bromacii) No DUP. 

2- ( sec-Butyiamino ) -4-ethyiamino-6-methoxy-8- 

triazine No CGY. 

2- (tert-ButylamIno) -4-ethylamlno-6- (methylthlo)-s- 

trlazlne No CGY. 

3-tert-Butyi-5-chioro-6-methyluracll No DUP. 

N-Butyi-N-ethyl-a , a . a-trlfiuoro-2 ,6-dinltro-p- 

toiuldlne (Benefin) No LIL. 

Butyl 2- (4- [ [5- ( trifiuoromethyi) -2-pyridlnyll oxy) - 

phenoxy 1 propanoate No (») . 

1-(Carboethoxy)ethyi 5-(2-chloro-4-(trtfluoromethyi) 

phenoxy) -2-nitrobenzoate No SOC. 

2-Chioro-4 , 6-bis (ethyiamino) -s-trlazine 

(Simazlne) No CGY. 

2-Chloro-4, 6-bis (Isopropyiamino) -8-trlazlne 

(Propazine) No CGY. 

2-Chioro-2 ' . 6 ' -diethyl-N- ( n-butoxy methyl) - 

acetanllide (Butachlor) No MNA. 



See footnotes at end of table 



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Section 13 

Table 13-2— Continued 

Pesticides and related products for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by 
manufacturer, 1989 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Pesticides and related products statistics' (according to list In table 13-3) 

Cyclic— Continued Yes 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators— Continued 
2-Chloro-2 ' . 6 • -diethy l-N- ( methoxynnethyl ) acetanlllde 

(Alachlor) No MNA. 

2-Chloro-N-ethoxymethyl-N- (2-ethyl-6-methylphenyl) - 

acetamlde (Acctochlor) No MNA. 

2-Chloro- 1 - ( 3-ethoxy-4-nltrophenoxy ) -4- 

(trlfluoromethyl)benzene (Oxyfluorfen) No RH. 

2-Chloro-4- (ethylamino) -6- (isopropylamino) -s- 

triazlne (Atrazlne) No CGY. DUP. 

2- (4-Chloro-6- (ethylamino) -s-trlazln-2-ylanilnol -2- 

methylproplonltrlle (Cyanazlne) No DUP. 

2-Chloro-N-lsopropylacetanlllde (Propachlor) No MNA. 

2-Chloro-N-((4-methoxy-6-methyl-1,3,5-trtazln-2-yl)- 

amlnocarbonyl)benzene8ul<onamlde No DUP. 

2- (4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxy) propionic acid . 

dimethylamlne salt No RIV. 

2- (2-Chlorophenyl) methyl-4 ,4-dlmethyl-3- 

Isoxazollnone No FMN, (») . 

3-Cy clohexy 1-6- ( dimethylamino ) - 1 -methyl- 1,3,5- 

tr1azlne-2,4-(1H,3H)-dlone No DUP. 

3,5-Dlbromo-4-hydroxybenzonltrlle (Bromoxynll) No RDA. 

3.6-Dlchloro-2-anlslc add (DIcamba) No ZOC. 

2,6-Dlchlorobenzonltrlle No USR. 

2-(2,4-Dlchlorophenoxy)proplonlc acid, 

dimethylamlne sart No RIV. 

2-(2.4-Dlchlorophenoxy)proplonlc acid, Isooctyl 

ester No RIV. 

3-(3,4-Dlchlorophenyl)-1,1-dlmethylurea (DIuron) No DUP. 

3- ( 3 , 4-Dichlorophenyl ) - 1 -methoxy- 1 -methylurea 

(Unuron) No DUP. 

2- (3 , 4-Dlchlorophenyl) -4-methyl- 1,2,4- 

oxadiazolldlne-3,5-dlone (Methazole) No ZOC. 

1_(_(2,4-Dlchlorophenyl)4-propyl-1,3-dioxolan-2- 

yl-methyll-1H-1.2,4-trlazole No ICI. 

2- ( 3 . 5-Dlchloropheny I ) -2 - ( 2 , 2 . 2-trichloroethyl ) - 

oxirane (tridlphane) No DOW. 

3,6-Dlchloroplcollnlc add No DOW. 

3' ,4'-Dlchloroproplonanlllde (Propanll) Yes CED, CYT, RH. 

3,7-Dlchloro-8-quinollnlc add No BAS, NES. 

S-(0,0-Dllsopropyl phosphorodlthloate) ester of N- 

(a-mercaptoethyl)benzenesulfonamlde 

(Bensullde) No ICI. 

1 ,r-Dlmethyl-4.4'-blpyrldlnlum dichlorlde No (*). 

Dimethyl-2 .3.5, 6-tetrachloroterephthalate 

(DCPA) No SDS. 

N-I5-1,1-Dlmethyl)-1,3,4-thladlazol-2-yll-N,N- 

dlmethylurea (Tebuthluron) No LIL. 

1 , 1 -Dlmethyl-3- ( a , a , or-trlfluoro-m-tolyl) urea 

(Fluometuron) No CGY. 

DInltrobutylphend (DNBP) No CED. 

2,$-Dlnltro-N.N-dipropyl cumldlne No LIL. 

3,5-Dlnitro-N4;N4-dlpropylsulfanllamlde No LMC. 

2-(Ethylamlno) -4- (Isopropylamino) -6- (methylthio) -8- 

triazlne (Ametryne) No CGY. 

Ethyl 2- 1 1 1 [ (4-chloro-6-methoxypyrlmldln-2-yl) - 

amino] carbonyl) amino] sulfonyl] benzoate 

(Chiorimuron ethyl) No DUP. 

S-Ethyl cydohexylmethylthiocarbamate No ICI. 

S-Ethyl-hexahydro-1H-azeplne-1-carbothioate 

(Mollnate) No ICI. 

(+)-5-Ethyl-2-(-4-isopropyl-4-methyl-5-oxo-2- 

imldazolln-2-yicotlnlc acid No ACY. 

See footnotes at end of table. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 13-2— Continued 

Pesticides and related products for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Pesticides and related products 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 13-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators— Continued 
N- (3- ( 1 -Ethyl-1 -methylpropyl)-5-lsoxazolyll -2,6- 

dlmethoxybonzamlde (Flexidor) No LIL. 

N-{ 1 -Ethylpropyl) -3 ,4-dlmethyl-2 ,6- 

dlnltrobenzenamlne No ACY. 

Imazaquin 2-4 . 5-dlhydro-4-methyl-4- ( 1 -methylethyl ) - 

5-0X0-1 hlda20l-2-ylqulnollne-carboxyllc acid No ACY. 

Imazebothbenz methyl ester (CI222. 293) No ACY. 

Isopropyl N-(3-chlorophenyl)carbamate (CIPC) No SOC. 

Methyl-3- [ [ ( [ (4-methoxy-6-methyl- 1.3, 5-trlazln-2- 
yl) amino] carbonyl] amino) suit onyl) -2-thlophene- 

carboxyllc add No DUP. 

2- (2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid, 

diethanolamlne salt No RIV. 

2-(2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)proplonlc acid, Iso- 

octyl ester No RIV. 

1-(2-Methylcyclohexyl)-3-phonylurea (SIduron) No ADC, DUP. 

Methyl 5-(2',4'-dlchlorophenoxy)-2-nltrobenzoate .... No BDA. 

Methyl 2- ( [ ( j (4 . 6-dlmethoxypyrlmldln-2-yl) - 
amino) carbonyl) amino) sulf onyl] methyl] benzoate 

(Bensulfuron) (Londax) No DUP. 

Methyl 2- ( (( t (4 , 6-dlmethyl-2-pyrlmldlnyl) amino) - 

carbonyl) amino) sulf onyl] benzoate No DUP. 

Methyl 2 [ [ [ [ ( 4-methoxy-6-methyl- 1 , 3 , 5-trlazln2-yl) - 
amino] carbonyl) amino) sulfonyl) benzoate 

(Metsulfuron methyl) No DUP. 

Methyl 2- [ [ ( (N- (4-methoxy-6-methyl- 1,3, 5-trlazln-2- 

yl)thyl2mnlnolcarbonyl)amlno)8ulfonyl)benzoate No DUP. 

1 -Methyl-3-phenyl-5- (3- (trifluoromethyl) phenyl) - 

4(1H)-pyrldone (Flurldone) No UL. 

N-1-Naphthylphthalamlc add (NPA) No USR. 

Nicotinic add, 2-(4-lsopropyi-4-methyl-5-oxo-2- 

Imldazolln-I) No ACY. 

7-Oxablcycio- [2.2.1] -heptane-2 . 3-dlcarboxyllc acid , 

disodlum salt (Endothall) No PAS. 

Phenoxyacetic acid derivatives: Yes 

4-Chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic add, , 

dimethylamlne salt No RiV. 

4-Chioro-2-methylphenoxyacetlc acid, Iso-octyl 

ester No RIV. 

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetlc add, esters and salts: 

2. 4-Dlchlorophenoxy acetic add (2,4-D) No DOW, GTH. 

2, 4-Dlchlorophenoxy acetic acld,2-butoxyethyl 

ester No DOW. 

2, 4-Dlchlorophenoxyacetlc acid, n-butyi ester .... No RIV. 

2.4-Dlchlorophenoxyacetlc add, 

sec-butyl ester No DOW. 

2,4-Dlchlorophenoxyacetlc add, dimethylamlne 

salt No DOW, PBI, RIV. 

2,4-Dlchlorophenoxyacetlc add. ethanolamlne and 

Isopropanolamlne salts No DOW. 

2,4-Dlchlorophenoxyacetlc add. Iso-octyl ester ... No DOW. RIV. 

2,4-Dlchlorophenoxyacetlc add. Isopropyl ester .... No AMV. 

Trimethylsulfonlumcarboxymethyl 

aminophosphonate No ICI. 

All other phenoxyacetic add derivatives No RDA. 

Plant growth regulators: No 

N-((Acetylamlno)methyl]-2-chloro-N-(2,6- 

dlethylphenyl)acetamlde No MNA. 

2-Chloro-N-(2.6-dlnltro-4-(trlfluoromethyl)phenyi) 
-N-ethyl-6-fluorobenzenemethanamlne No CGY 

See footnotes at end of table. 



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Section 13 

Table 13-2— Continued 

Pesticides and related products (or which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Pesticides and related products 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 13-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators— Continued 
Rant growth regulators— Continued 

P-(4-Chlorophenyl)methyl-Q(-(1 ,1-dlmethyiethyi)-1 . 
2,4-tria20le-1-othanoi No 

2-Chioro-6-(trlchloromethyl) pyridine No 

a-Cyclopropyl-a-(p-methoxyphenyl)-5-pyrlmidlne 
methanol (Ancymldol) No 

2.3-Dlhydro-5,6-dlmethyl-1 ,4-dithlin-1 ,1 ,4.4- 
tetraoxlde No 

1 ,2-Dlhydro-3.6-pyrldazlnedlone 
(Maieic hydrazide) (MH) No 

1 , 1 -Dlmethylplpehdlnium chloride No 

N- [2 ,4-Dimethyl-5- [ (trifluoromethyll sulfonyl] - 
amino] phenyl] acetamide, diethanolamlne salt No 

GIbberelllc add No 

a- ( 1 -Methylethyi-Q(-4-trlfluore-methoxy ) phenyl) -5- 

pyrlmldlnemethanoi (Flurprimidol) No 

3,5.6-Trlchloro-2-pyrldinyloxyacetic acid No 

a. a, a-Trltluoro-2,6-dlnltro-N,N-dlpropyl-p- 

toluidlne (Trifluralln) No 

a . a , a-Trtfluoro-2 , 6-dlnrtro-N-ethyl-N- (2-methyi-2- 

propanyi)-p-toluldlne (Ethyifluralin) No 

All other cyclic herbicides No 

Insect attractants and repellents: No 

N,N-Dlothyitoluamlde (DEET) No 

All other Insect attractants No 

Insecticides: Yes 

Bacillus thurlngiensis No 

Bls(pentachloro-2,4-dicyciopentadlen-1-yl) No 

2,3.4,5-a-2-Butenylene-tetrahydrofurfural No 

2-(p-tert-Butylphenoxy)cyclohexyl-2-propynyl 

sulfite No 

Cy ano ( 4-fluoro-3-phenoxyphenyl ) methyi-3- (2,2- 

dlchloroethenyl) -2 , 2- 

dlmethylcyciopropanecarboxylate No 

Cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl-cls , trans-3- (2 , 2- 

dlchlorovlnyl) -2 , 2-dlmethylcyciopropane 

carboxylate No 

Cy ano ( 3-phenoxy phenyl ) methyl-4-chloro-a- ( 1 - 

methylethyl)benzeneacetate No 

N-Cyclopropyl-1 ,3.5-trlazine-2,4,6-trlamlne No 

Cypermethrln No 

0,0-Dlethyl 0-(2-dlethylamlno-6-methyl-4- 

pyrlmldlnyi)phosphorothioate No 

2 , 3-Dlhydro-2 , 2-dlmethyi-7- 

benzofuranyl((dibutylamlno)thio]methyl carbamate No 
2 , 3-Dlhydro-2 . 2-dlmethyl-7-benzofuranyi 

methylcarbamate No 

2,3-Dlhydroxy-2.2-dlmethyl-7-ben2ofuranyl No 

5,6-Dlmethyi-2-dlmothylamlno-4-pyrimidinyi dimethyl 

carbeunate No 

Di-n-propyllsoclnchomeronate No 

DIstinnaxane, hexal<ls(2-methyl-2-phenylpropyl) No 

O-Ethyi S.s-dl-sec-butyi phosphorodlthioate No 

Methyl 3- ( 2 , 2-dlchloroethenyl) -2 , 2-dlmethyl-3-cyano- 

3-phenoxyphenylcyclopropanecarboxylate No 

1-Naphthyl N-methylcarbamate (Carbaryi) No 



DOW. 



LIL. 



NES. 



DRX. USR. 
BAS. 



MMM. 
ABB. 



UL. 
DOW. 



LIL. 

FRI, RH, SOC. 

HCL. PAC. TNA, (»). 

ABB, ZOC. 

ZOC. 

PLC. 

USR. 



FMN. 

DUP. 
CGY. 
CED, FMN. 

ICI. 

FMN. NES. 

FMN. 
{'). 

FSN. 
MGK. 
DUP. 
FMN. 

FMN. 
RDA. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



13-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

TabI* 13-2— Continued 

Pesticides and related products for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported. Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 

Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Pesticides and related products statistics^ (according to list in table 13-3) 

Cyclic— Continued 

Insecticides— Continued 
3- (Phenoxy phenyl) methyl-els, trans-3-(2,2 
dlchloroetheny!) -2 , 2-dlmethyl 

cyclopropanecarboxylate No CED, FMN, (*). 

Tetrahydro-3 . 5-dlmethvl-2 ( 1 H ) -pyrlmldlnone (3- [4- 
(trlfluoromethyl)phenyl)-1-[2-[4-(trtfluoromethyl) 

phenyl) ethenyl)-2-propenylldine)hydrozone No ACY. 

All other cyclic insecticides No FMN, 20C, {») . 

Chlorinated insecticides: Yes 

2-Chioro-N-( [[4- (trtfluoromethoxy (phenyl] amino] - 

carbonyl]benzamlde No CHG. 

Heptachioro-tetrahydro-endo-methanoindene 

(Heptachlor) No VEL. 

Octachiorohexahydro-4 , 7-methanolndene 

(Chlordan) No VEL. 

1 ,1 ,1-Trichioro-2,2-bls(p-methoxyphenyl)ethane 

(Methoxychior) No CHF. 

All other chlorinated insecticides, cyclic No DUP. 

Organophosphorus Insecticides: Yes 

0-(2,4-Dichiorophenyi) O-ethyi S-propyl 

phosphorodlthloate No CHG. 

0-(2-(Dlethylamino)-6-methyl (4-pyrlmldlnyi) O.O- 

dimethyl phosphrothloate No (*) . 

O , O-Dlethyi O- ( 2-lsopropyl-4-methyl-6-pyrlmldlnyl) 

phosphorothloate (DIazinon) No CQY. 

O , O-Dlethyl 0-3.5, 6-trlchloro-2-pyrldyl 

phosphorothloate No DOW. 

O , O-Dlmethyi O- [4- (methylthio) -m-tolyl) - 

phosphorothloate (Fenthlon) No CHQ. 

O.G-Dlmethyl S-((4-oxo-1 .2.3-ben20tr1a2in-3(3H)- 
yi)methyl]phospho^odithloate (Azinphos-methyl) ... No CHQ, DUP. 
O-Ethyl O- [4- (methylthio) phenyl) S-propyl 

phosphorodlthloate No CHG. 

N-(Mercaptomethyl)phthallmlde S-(0,0- 

dlmethylphosphorodlthloate) No ICI. 

O , O ' - ( Thlodl-4 , 1 -phenylene ) bis ( O , O-dlmethyl 

phosphorothloate (Temphos) No ICI. 

Ail other organophosphorus insecticides, cyclic No ('). 

Rodentlcldes: No 

3- (a-Acetonylbenzyl)-4-hydroxycoumar1n (Warfarin) .. No MOT. 

3-[3-(4'-Bromo(1,r-blphenyl]-4-yi)-1.2.3.4- 
tetreihydro- 1 -naphthalenyi] -4-hydroxy-2H- 1 - 

ben2opyran-2-one No LIL, (*) . 

2-Dlphenyiacetyi-1 .3-indandione and sodium salt No MOT, 

2-isovaleryl-1 . 3-indandlone No MOT. 

2-P1vaioyi-1.3-indandlone (PIndone) No MOT. 

All other cyclic pesticides: 
a- [2- ( 2-n-Butoxyethoxy ) ethoxy ) -4 , 5-methylenedloxy-2- 

propyltoiuene (PIperonyl butoxide) No ALP, TNA. 

N.N-dlaiiyl-2,2-dlchioroacetamide No ICI. 

N- ( 2-Ethylhexyi ) bicycio (2.2.1) -5-heptene-2 , 3- 

dicarboximide No MGK. 

1 -Methyi-3 . 5 , 7-trlaza- 1 -azonia tricyclodecane 

chloride No BKM. 

2,2,5-Tr1methyl-3-(dlchloroacetyi)-1.3-oxa20lidlne . . . . No ICI. 

All other pesticides and related products, cyclic No MNA, {']. 

Acyclic 

Fungicides : Yes 

Bls-1 ,4-bromoacetoxy-2-butene No VIN. 



See footnotes at end of tai)\e. 



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Section 13 

Tablo 13-2— Continued 

Pettlcldea and related products for which U.S. production and/or sales were reported, Identified by 

manufacturer, 1989 



Pesticides and related products 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 13-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Fungicides— Continued 

Bls(trlbutyltln) oxide No (*) . 

1 ,2-Dibromo-2,4-dicyanobutane No MRK. 

Disodium cyanodithloimidocarbonate No BKM. 

n-Dodecylguanidine acetate (Dodine) No ACY, MRK. 

Methylenebl8(thiocyanate) No MRK, VIN. 

Poly [oxyethylene ( dimethyiimino ) - 

ethylene (dimethylimino) ethylene dichlorlde] No BKM. 

Tributyltin chloride No {») . 

DIthiocarbamic acid fungicides: 

Dlmethyidlthiocarbamic acid, potassium salt No ALC, BKM. 

Ethylene bi8(dithlocarbamic acid), disodium salt 

(Nabam) No ALC, VCC. 

Ethylene bis(dithiocarbamic acid), manganese salt 
with zinc ions No DUP. 

Ethylene bis(dithiocarbamic acid), zinc and 
m2mganese salts No RH. 

Hydroxy methyl ( methyl ) dithiocarbamic add , 
potassium salt No BKM. 

N-Methyidithlocarbamic add, potassium salt No BKM. 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators: Yes 

2-Chioroallyi diethyldithlocarbamate (COEC) No AC. 

S-Ethyi diisobutyithiocarbamate (Butyiate) No ICI. SOC. 

S-Ethyl dipropyithlocarbamate (EPTC) No ICI, SOC. 

Methanearsonic acid, disodium salt (DSMA) No VIN. 

Methanearsonic acid, dodecyl- and octyl- amimonlum 

salts No VIN. 

Methanearsonic add, monosodium salt (MSMA) No SDS, VIN. 

Methylthiosuifonic add, S-(2-hydroxypropyl) ester No BKM. 

N-(Phosphonomethyl) glycine, isopropylamine salt No MNA. 

S-Propyl butylethylthiocarbamate (Pebuiate) No ICI. 

S-Propyl dipropyithlocarbamate (Vemolate) No ICI. 

ThIocyanIc acid, methylene ester No BKM. 

S,S,S-Trlbutyl phosphorotrtthioate No CHG. 

Tributyl phosphorotrlthiolte (Merphos) No RDA. 

Rant growth regulators: No 

6-Benzyiedenlne (BAP) No ABB. 

2-(Chloroethyl)phosphonic acid No RDA. 

N-(Phosphonomethyl) glycine, sodium sesqui salt No MNA. 

All other acyclic herbicides No DUP, VIN. 

insecticides : No 

Ethyl 3,7,11-trimethyldodeca-2,4-dlenoate No DOW, ZOC, (*). 

lsopropyl-1 1 -methoxy-3 ,7,11 -trlmethyidodeca-2 ,4- 

dienoate No ZOC, (») . 

Methyl N' ,N'-dimethyi-N-|(methylcarbamoyl)oxyl-1- 

thiooxamldate No DUP. 

S-Methyi-N- ( (methylcarbamoyi) oxy] thioacetlmldate 

(Methomyi) No DUP, RDA. 

2-Methyi-2-(methylthio)propionaidehyde O- 

( methylcarbamoyi )oxime (Aidicarb) No RDA. 

N , N ' -thiobis- ( methyllmino ) carbonyioxy bls- 

ethanimidothiate No RDA. 

Org2inophosphorus insecticides: Yes 

S-I1 ,2-Bis(ethoxycarbonyi)ethyi]0,0-dimethyi 
phosphorodithioate (Malathion) No ACY. 

2-Carbomethoxy-1 -propen-2-yl dimethyl 
phosphate No AMV, DUP. 

1,2-Dibromo-2,2-dichloroethyl dimethyl phosphate 
(Naied) No AMV. 

0,0-Dlethyl S-(2-(ethyithlo)ethyil 
phosphorodithioate (DIsuifoton) No CHG. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



13-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 13-2— Continued 

Pesticides and related products for which U.S. production and/or sales ware reported, Identified by 

nnanufacturer, 1989 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 

Pesticides and related products statistics' (according to list In table 13-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Insecticides- Continued 
Organophosphorus Insecticides- Continued 
O.O-Dlethyl S-[(othylthlo) methyl) 

phosphorodlthloate (Phorate) No ACY. 

3- (Dlnnethoxyphosphlnyloxy ) -N , N-dlmethyl-cls- 

crotonamldo No DUP. 

O , S-Dlmothylacetyiphosphoramldothloate 

(Acephate) No SOC. 

, 0-Dlm8thyl-0-2 , 2-dlchlorovlnyl phosphate 

(DDVP) No AMV. 

S- ( [ ( 1 , 1 -DImethylethyl) thio) methyl] O , O-dlethyl 

phosphorodlthloate (Turbufos) No ACY. 

Dimethyl phosphate of 3-hydroxy-N-methyl-cls- 

crotonamlde No DUP. 

0,S-Dlmethyl phosphoramldothloate No CHQ. 

O.O.O'.O'-Tetraethyl S,S' -methylene 

blsphosphorodlthloate (Ethlon) No FMN. 

All other acyclic Insecticides No DUP. 

Rodentlcldes : No 

2-Hydroxyethyl n-octyl sulfide No PLC. 

Sodium fluoroacetate No TUL. 

Soil conditioners: 

Polyacrylonltrlle . hydrolyzed, sodium saK No ACY. 

Soil tumlgants: No 

1 ,3-Dlchloropropene No DOW. 

O-Ethyl S,S-dlpropyl phosphorodlthloate No PDA. 

Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) No QTL. 

N-Methyldlthlocarbamic acid, sodium salt 

(Motham) Yes AMV, BKM, CED, ICI. 

Methyl Isothlocyanate and 1 ,3-dlchloropropane No MRT. 

Trichloronltromethane (Chloroplcrin) Yes QTL. LCP, NLO, TNA. 

All other acyclic pesticides: No 
3-Alkoxy-2-hydroxypropyl trimethyl ammonium 

chloride No («) . 

Ammonium oxydlethylenebis (alkly* dimethyl chloride) 

•AII(yl-40% C,„ 50% C,4, 10% C„ No BKM. 

Bromoacetic acid No VIN. 

N-Cocoalkyl-1 , 3-propylenedlamlne acetate No (2) . 

2-[(Hydroxymethyl)amlno|-2-methylpropanol No TRO. 

2-(Hydroxymethyl)ethanol No TRO. 

3-lodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate No TRO. 

AH other pesticides and related products, acyclic No CHD, USR, ZOC. 

' Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are Indicated by 'no.' 

' The m2mufacturer did not consent to his Identification with the designated products. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. intematlonal Trade Commission. 



13-9 



Section 13 



Table 13-3 

Pesticides and related products: 



Directory o( manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



ABB Abbott Laboratories 

AC AC&S, Inc. 

ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

ADC Anderson Development Co. 

ALC AIco Chemical Corp. 

ALP Alpha Laboratories. Inc. 

AMV Amvac Chemical Corp. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BKM Buckman Laboratories, Inc. 

CCA Akzo Chemlcads, Inc. 

CED Cedar Chemical Co. 

CGY Clba-Gelgy Corp. 

CHD Chemdesign Corp. 

CHF KIncald Enterprises. Inc. 

CHG Mobay Chemical Crop. , Agricultural 

Chemicals DIv. 

CYT Cumberland International Corp. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co. 

DRX Drexel Chemical Corp . 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. , Inc. 

Agricultural Products 

PER Ferro Corp. . Bedford Chemical DIv. 

FMN FMC Corp. . Agricultural Chemical 

Qroup 

FMT Falrmount Chemical Co. . Inc. 

FRI Farmland Industries. Inc. 

FRO Vulcan Materials Co. . Chemicals DIv. 

FSN Nor-am Chemical Co. 

QTH Quth Corp. 

QTL Qreat Lakes Chemical Corp . 

HCL Hoescht Celanese Corp . . Fine 

Chemicals. DIv. 



ICI ICI Americas. Inc. . Agricultural 

ChemlcsUs DIv. 

LCP LCP Chemicals-Maine 

LIL Ell Lilly & Co. 

LMC Lomac , inc . 

MGK McLaughlin Qormiey King Co. 

MMM Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. 

MNA Monsanto Agricultural Co. 

MOT Motomco. Ltd. 

MRK Merck & Co., inc. 

MRT Morton Intematlonad. Inc.. Morton 

Chemical DIv. 

NES Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 

NLO Niklor Chemical Co. , Inc. 

NOD Huls America, Inc. 

PAC Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp. 

PAS Atochem North America, Inc. 

PBI PBI-Qordon Corp. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co. 

RDA Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

RIV RIverdale Chemical Co. 

SDS Fermenta. ASC Corp. 

SOC Chevron Corp., Chevron ChemlcsU Co. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TRO Troy Chemical Corp. 

TUL TuU Chemical Co. , inc. 

USR Uniroyai ChemiC2d Co. , Inc. 

VCC VInings ChemiCfU Co. 

VEL Velsicol Chemical Corp. 

VIN VIneland Chemical Co. , inc. 

VNC Vanderbiit Chemical Corp. 

ZOC Sandoz Crop Protection 



Note.— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



13-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 14 

Miscellaneous End-Use 

Chemicals and Chemical 

Products 

This section incorporates those end-use groups 
which are not readily classifiable within the prior 
sections of this report. Both cyclic and acyclic 
chemicals fall within this section. Production and 
sales of the end-use chemicals contained within 
this section continue to follow a general increase 
since 1986. 

In 1989, the production of miscellaneous 
end-use chemicals amounted to 13,503 million 
kilograms, an increase of 4.3 percent from the 
caculated 12,940 million kilograms of production 
for 1988 (table 14-1). Production of these 
chemicals remained nearly level but steadily 
increasing throughout 1986-89 (figure 14-1). 
Sales in 1989 totaled 9,278 million kilograms, 
valued at $9,759 million (table 14-1). The sales 
quantity decreased 9.2 percent from that of 1988 
with the value of sales increasing by 3.3 percent. 
Polymers for fibers and end uses of urea 



collectively accounted for 59 percent of the 1989 
production of these miscellaneous end-use 
chemicals. The total published end-uses for urea 
accounted for 54.7 percent of the 1989 sales 
quantity of these chemicals. 

Production of end-use chemicals used in the 
auto and motor fuels market indicated continued 
upward trends. Production of fuel additives for 
1989 totaled 3,988 million kilograms, an increase 
of 43.8 percent from the previous year. 
Approximately 93.6 percent of production in this 
category was methyl t-butyl ether. The increase of 
57.3 percent in reported production from 1987 is 
due to the increasing demand for this chemical as 
an octane enhancer as well as adjustments to 
production data for companies that had failed 
legal reporting requirements. 

Table 14-2 lists the products reported in this 
section and indicates the manufacturer(s) of each 
by code. These codes are identified by company 
name in table 14-3. 

David G. Michels 

202-252-1352 

(Effective 1114191 202-205-3352) 



FIgur* 14-1 

MItcallansout End-Us* Chemicals and Chemical Products: U.S. production, 1985-89 



Billions 

of kilograms 



20- 



18- 









■:*^K;%;-^'? 













10- 






— 




*-**^ 










- 


6- 




















- 


2 -H 






















0- 























1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Source: CompHed from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



14-1 



Section 14 

Table 14-1 

Mlscallan«ouB end-use chemicals and chemical products: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products 





Sales 




Average 

Unit 

va/ue' 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


1,000 
kilograms 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 


13,502.723 


9,278,044 


9.759,477 


$1.05 


111.019 


90,670 


137,869 


1.52 


9.558 

2,546 

740 


6,144 

1.503 

718 


10,335 
3,254 
3,243 


1.68 
2.16 
4.51 


818 
29,283 


681 
23.032 


2,320 
35,486 


3.41 
1.54 


5,103 
62,971 


1,646 
56,946 


2,798 
80,433 


1.70 
1.41 


2 


2 


408 


269.76 


326 


317 


51,640 


162.86 






22,727 

5.766 

16.997 




9,088 


8.010 


5.878 


.73 


3,988.314 


1.441.583 


1.144.360 


.79 


3.731.816 
256.498 


1.263,519 
178,064 


614.058 
530.302 


.49 
2.98 


327.897 


302,469 


513.774 


1.70 


2.070 

98.813 

227.014 


1,824 

86.931 

213.714 


6.684 
157.677 
349.413 


3.66 
1.81 
1.63 


3,164 


2,631 


9.869 


3.49 


1,131 
2.033 


1,074 
1.757 


5.772 
4.097 


5.37 
2.33 


8.949 


4.644 


59.766 


12.87 


2.614.198 


1.476.570 


5,082,993 


3.44 


1.157,971 

238,906 

1,217,321 


714,208 
762,362 


2,731,828 
2,351,165 


3.82 

(') 

3.08 


295,636 


247,986 


670,765 


2.70 


15,906 
22,247 








119.260 


100.508 


234,398 


2.33 


64,928 
54,332 


61,110 
39,398 


133.959 
100.439 


2.19 
2.55 



Grand total 

Chelating agents, nitrlloaclds and salts, total 

(Dlethylenetr<nltrllo)pentaacetlc add. pentasodium salt 

(Ethylenedlnltrllo)tetraacetic acid (EDTA) 

(Ethylenedlnltrilo)tetraacetlc acid, disodlum salt 

(Ethylenedlnltr<lo)tetraacetlc add. monosodlum 

Iron salt 

(Ethylenedlnitrllo)tetraacetlc add. tetrasodlum salt . . . 
( N-HydroxyethylethylenedlnitrHo) triacetic acid . 

thsodlum salt 

All other chelating agents, nitrlloaclds and salts 

Chemical Indicators 

Chemical reagents and fine chemicals 

Enzymes: 

Bacterial amylase 

Other hydrolytic enzymes 

Rennin 

Flotation reagents 

Fuel additives, total^ 

Methyl t-butyl ether* • • 

All other fuel additives 

Lubricating oil and grease additives , totaU 

Oil soluble petroleum sulfonate, barium satt 

Oil soluble petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt 

All other lubricating oil and grease additives 

PaUnt driers, naphthenic add salts, totaP * 

Cobedt naphthenate 

All other paint driers 

Photographic chemicals 

Polymers for fibers , totaP 

Nylon 6 and 6/6* • 

Polyacrylonltrlle and acrylonltrlle copolymers" 

All other polymers for fibers 

Polymers , water soluble , total 

Cellulose esters and ethers: 

Hydroxethylcellulose 

Sodium carboxymethylcellulose 

Polyacryllc acid salts, total 

Sodium ammonium polyacrylate and copolymers .... 
All other polyacryllc add salts 

All other water soluble polymers 138.223 

See footnotes at end of table . 



147.477 



436.367 



2.96 



14-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 14-1— Continued 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products Production 



1.000 
kilograms 

Poly-a-oleflns 51 ,512 

Tanning materials synthetic 17,839 

Textile chemicals, other than surface-active agents 22,326 

Urea In compounds or mixtures: 

In feed compounds 172,603 

In liquid fertilizer 1 .275,520 

In solid fertilizer 3,920,334 

All other miscellaneous end-use chemicals and 

chemical products* 683,994 



Sales 




Average 

Unit 

value' 


Quantity 


Value 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 


51,162 

8,793 

20,692 


114.283 
19.321 
31.005 


2.23 
2.20 
1.50 


168,007 
1,061,381 
3,844,652 


27,846 
170,034 
498,463 


.17 
.16 
.13 


548,276 


1,175,713 


2.14 



' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

' Reported data were accepted In confidence an may not be published, or no data were reported. 
' Statistics exclude production and sales of tricresyl phosphate. Statistics on trtcresyl phosphate are given with 
the section on 'Plasticlzers.' 

* The difference between the production reported here and that shown on the Preliminary Report on U.S. 
Production of Selected Organic Chemicals (Including Synthetic Plastics and Resins Materials, 1989. results from a 
combination of incorrect reporting by some companies, end-of-year Inventory adjustment, and rounding. 

» Production totals shown for this chemical include quarterly production data In instances where companies 
reported inaccurate annual data or failed to report annual data. Totals also Include reporting by companies wfilch 
failed to report on a quarterly basis. 

* Production totals shown for this chemical Include quarterly production In Instances where annual data were 
determined to be Inaccurate. 

' Quantities are given on the basis of solid naphthenate. 

* Statistics exclude production and sales of copper naphthenate. Statistics for copper naphthenate are given In 
the section on 'Pesticides and Related Products.' 

* Quarterly production data for polyethylene terephthalate are bicorrect reporting. Annual production figures 
cannot be published because disclosure would result. 

Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



14-3 



Section 14 

Tabl« 14-2 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products lor which U.S. production and/or sales were 

reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 14-3) 



Amino acids and their salts: 

Aspartlc acid No 

N,N-Bls(2,2-acetamldo)glyclne No 

N,N-Dlmethylglyclne No 

N.N-Dlmethyiglyclne hydrochloride No 

Glutamic acid hydrochloride No 

Glycine (Aminoacetic acid) , non-medical No 

Phenyl eUanlne No 

Potassium glutamate No 

Methionine auid Its salts: 

Methionine (animal feed grade) No 

Methionine, hydroxy analogue, calcium salt No 

Protein hydrosylates No 

Sarcoslne No 

Ail other amino acids and salts, cyclic No 

All other eunino acids and salts, acyclic No 

Biological stains: 

Biological stains No 

Chelating agents, nitrlloaclds and salts: Yes 

N-2Ukylamlne bismethyienephosphonic acid No 

(Olethylenetrlamlne)pentamethylenephosphonlc acid .... No 
( DIethy lenetrlamlne ) pentamethy lenephosphonlc acid , 

sodium salt No 

(Dlethylenetrlnltrllo)pentaacetlc acid No 

(Dlethyienetrinitrllo)pentaacetlc acid, monosodlum 

hydrogen ferric salt No 

( DIethy ienetrinltrilo)pentaacetlc acid, pentasodlum 

salt Yes 

N,N-Oihydroxyethylglyclne, sodium salt No 

Ethanoidlglycine, disodlum salt No 

( Ethylenedlnitrllo ) tetraacetic acid 

(Ethylenedlamlnetetraacotic add) (EDTA) Yes 

(Ethylenedinltriio)tetraacetlc acid, calcium disodlum 

9ait No 

(Ethylenedinltrilo)tetraacetlc acid, diammonlum salt .... No 
(Ethyienedinitriio)tetraacetlc acid, disodlum copper 

salt , dihydrate No 

(Ethylenedinltrlio)tetraacetic acid, disodlum salt Yes 

(Ethylenedinltrlio)tetraacetlc acid, disodlum zinc 

salt, dihydrate No 

(Ethylenedinltriio)tetraacetic acid, magnesium salt No 

(Ethyienedinltriio)tetraacetic acid, manganese salt No 

(Ethylenedinltriio)tetraacetlc acid, monoammonlum 

ferric salt No 

(Ethyienedlnitriio)tetraacetlc acid, monosodlum Iron 

salt Yes 

(Ethylenedlnitrllo)tetraacetlc acid, tetraammonlum 

salt No 

(Ethylenedlnitrllo) tetraacetic add, tetrapotasslum 

salt No 

(Ethylenedlnitrllo) tetraacetic add, tetrasodium salt Yes 

(Ethylenedinitriio)tetraacetlc acid, trisodlum salt Yes 

Glucoheptonic acid, p-lsomer, sodium salt No 

Glucoheptonic acid, sodium salt No 

Hexamethyienedlamlnetetra(methylenephosphonlc acid) . 

potassium salt No 

Hydroxyethane-1-diphosphonlc add No 

(N-Hydroxyethylethylenedinltriio)triacetlc add. Iron 

salt No 

(N-Hydroxyethylethylenedlnltrllo)trlacetlc add, 

magnesium salt No 



PFZ 

PIC. 

MCK. 

MCK. 

LEM. 

CHT, HMP. 

NSW. 

LEM. 

DGC. 

MNA. 

BRS. 

HMP. 

AJI, HCC. 

TRD. 

ALD, EK. 

DUP. 
MYO, (»). 

MYO. 

CGY, DOW, HMP. 



CGY, DOW, HMP. 

HMP. 

HMP. 

CGY, DOW, HMP. 

CGY, DAN. DOW. 
CQY, DOW, HMP. 

DAN, DOW, HMP. 
CQY, DOW. HMP. 

CGY, DOW. HMP. 

SHC. 

CGY, HMP. 

DOW. 

CGY, PER, HMP. 

CGY, DOW. 

HMP, {'). 

CGY, DOW, HMP. 

CGY, HMP, TX. 

BLZ. 

BLZ, PFN. 

MYO. 
MYO. 

DOW, HMP. 

DOW. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 14-2— Continuad 

MIscAllaneou* end-use chemical* and chemical products for which U.S. production and/or sales were 

reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 

Separate Manufacturers' identification codes 
Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products statistics^ (according to list In table 14-3) 



Chelating agents, nitrlloaclds and salts— Continued 
|N-Hydroxyethylethylenedlnltrllo)trlacetlc add, 

trisodlum salt Yes 

Hydroxyethylldene diphosphonic acid, potassium salt .... No 

Hydroxy ethylldene diphosphonic acid, sodium salt No 

NItrlloacetIc add, zinc salt No 

NItrllotrlacetIc acid No 

NItrllotrtacetIc acid, trisodlum salt No 

Nitrlio-trls-methyiene triphosphonic add No 

Nltrllo-trls-metl'>ylene triphosphonic add, potassium 

salt No 

NItrilo-trls-methylene triphosphonic add, sodium 

salt No 

2-Phosphonobutane-1.2,4-trlciu1}oxyiic acid, sodium 

salt No 

Polyamino poiymetheuie phosphonic acid No 

Poly amine poiymethane phosphonic acid, magnesium 

salt No 

All other chelating agents , nitrlloaclds and salts No 

Chemical indicators Yes 

Chemical reagents and fine chemicals Yes 



Enzymes: Yes 
Hydrolytic enzymes: 
Amylases : 

Bacterial amylase Yes 

Glucoamylase No 

Ail other amylases No 

Proteases: 

Cellulase No 

Papain No 

Pepsin No 

Protease (bacterial) No 

Rerinin Yes 

Ail other proteases No 

Other hydrolytic enzymes: Yes 

Cholesterol esterase No 

Hydrolytic enzyme mixtures No 

Lipase No 

Pectinase No 

All other hydrolytic eruymas No 

Non-hydroiytic enzymes: 

Cholesterol oxidase No 

Qiucose oxidase No 

Qiucose-6-pho8phate dehydrogenase No 

Flotation reagents: Yes 

Ailyl n-butyl trlthloc2ui>onate No 

Phosphorodithloates, used as flotation reagents: 

DIcresyiphosphorodithiolc acid No 

Dicresyiphosphorodithiolc add, ammonium salt No 

Dicresylphosphorodlthioic add, sodium salt No 

Rosin amines No 

Thlocarbanlllde (Diphenylthlourea) No 

Xanthates and sulfides, used as flotation reagent: 

Sodium n-butylxanthate No 

Sodium ethyixanthate No 

All other flotation reagents No 

Fuel additives: Yes 
Diesel fuel additives: 

Hexyi nitrate No 

Ali other diesei fuel additives, acyclic No 

Aii other diesei fuel additives, cyclic No 



CGY, 


DOW, 


HMP 


('). 






MYO, 


(')■ 




HMP. 






HMP, 


MON. 




HMP. 






BKM, 


MYO, 


('). 


('). 






MYO, 


(»). (»)■ 


{'). 






(*). (»). 





RPC. 

BKM, CGY, HMP. OMC, (»), (»). 
ALD. EK, GFS. 

ALD. COC. EK. ENJ, GFS. PAH, PFN. 
PIC. PLB. REG, RSA. UPJ, UPM. 



GBF, GNR, MLS. NBI. PMP. 
GBF, MLS, NBI. 
GBF, TX. 

GBF. 

GBF, PFZ. 

CHH. 

NBI. 

CHH, MLS, PFZ. 

GBF. GNR, MLS, SPR. 

BCK. 
JFR. 

CHH, GNR. 
GBF. GNR. 
GNR. PMP, (»). 

BCK. UPJ. 

BCK. 

BCK. 

CED. 

ACY. 
ACY. 

HPC. SHX. 
ACY. 

USR. 
SCP. 
CED, DAN, SHX. (»). 



DUP. 
TNA. 
PAH. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14-5 



Seel ion 14 

Table 14-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products for which U.S. production and/or sales were 

reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 14-3) 



Fuel additives— Continued 
Fuel oil additives: 
Adipic acld-dlethyienotriamine-epichiorohydrin 

polymer No 

Barium iiydrocarbon phosphate ester No 

Di-tert-amyi-phenyi acid phosphate No 

4,4-Di-sec-butylaminodlphenylmethane No 

N,N-Dlmethyl-1 , 3-propanediamine polymer with 

epichlorohydrin, sulfate No 

N,N'-Dlsailcylldene-1 ,2-propanedlamine No 

Ethoxyiated hydantoln glycol dicocoate No 

Formaldehyde polymer with ethylenedlamine and nonyi 

phenol derivatives No 

Imidazoline from tall oil fatty acids and 

dlethylenetrlamlne No 

Methyiene-bis(dlmethyi)hydantoln and derivatives No 

Mixed aryl dlimides No 

Poiybutylether carbamate No 

Poly(dlmethyllmlno(2-hydroxytrimethylene)chlorlde) ... No 
Poly ethyienepoly amine polymer with 1 .4-dihyroxy-2- 

butyne No 

Rust preventing additives No 

Tetrahydropyrlmldlne from tail oil fatty acids and 

propylenediamlne No 

Ail other fuel additives , acyclic No 

Gasoline addltMes: 

N,N'-OI-sec-butyi-p-phenylenedlamlne No 

N,N'-Dll8opropyi-p-phenylenediamine No 

Ethylene dibromlde No 

Methyl-t-amyl ether No 

Methyl-t-butyl ether Yes 

Methylcyclopentadlenylmanganese tricarbonyl No 

N-(1-Methyiheptyi)ethanolamine No 

Tetraethyl lead No 

Ail other gasoline additives, acyclic No 

All other gasoline additives, cyclic No 

Lubricating oil and grease additives: Yes 

Alkene thiophosphonate No 

Alkyi Imidazoline No 

Alkyl succinic anhydride No 

Allcyi terephthalamate No 

Bornyl phenylamlne No 

Chlorosulfurlzer and sulfurized compounds: 

Chlorosulfurized sperm oil No 

Sulfurized lard oil No 

Sulfurized sperm oil substitutes No 

Di-2-ethylhexylphosphorodlthloic add No 

Dllsopropyi hydrogen phosphite No 

Di-N-propylphosphorodlthiolc acid No 

Dodecyl succinic anhydride No 

Oodecenyl succinic acid, benzotrlazoie salt No 

Dodecylphenyl-a-naphthyiamlne No 

Dodecylphenyl-a-naphthylamine, dioctyi diphenylamlne 

co-polymer No 

Ethylene-propylene copolymer No 

Fatty acid polyamlne condensate No 

Hydrocarbon carboxyllc acid derivatives No 

Hydrocau-bon phosphorous acid, barium salt No 

Hydrocarbon phosphoryl derivatives No 



{'). 

ALW. 

UPM. 

('). 

DUP. FER, SM, TNA. 

BRD. 

('). 

m. 

BRD. 

SM. 

SOC. 

{'). 

ALX. 

(»). 

DUP. SM, UPM. 

DUP, UPM. 

DUP, TNA. 

QTL, TNA. 

CXI. 

AMO. ATR, CQO, CSD, CSP, 
DA, DUP, ENJ, QRS, LYP, 
MOC, SM, PLC, SOQ. SUN. SWR, 
TPC, TX, VLR. 

TNA. 

UPM. 

DUP. 

ATR, TNA. TX. UPM. (»). 

VNC. 

TX. 

C). 

SM. TNA. 

SOC. 

SOC. 

ELC. 

CCW. 

CCW, ELC. 

ELC. 

ALW. 

ELC. 

TX. 

SM. 

SM. 

SM. 

TX. 

SOC. 

SCP, (»). n, (»). 

{')■ 

{')■ 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 14-2— Continued . , 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products for which U.S. production and/or sales were 

reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 14-3) 



Lubricating oil and grease additives— Continued 

Methyiene-brldged poiyalkyi phenols No 

Mixed polyesters No 

Oii-solubie petroleum sulfonates: 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, barium salt Yes 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt Yes 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, magnesium salt No 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, mixed salts No 

Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt No 

All other oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate No 

Oleyl add phosphate No 

Oxidized hydrocarbon mixture No 

Pentaerythrltol esters No 

Phenol salts: 

Alkylphenol, calcium salt No 

Alkyl phenols No 

Dodecylphenol, sulfurlzed, calcium salt No 

Nonylphenol, barium salt No 

All other phenol salts No 

Phosphorodlthloates (dithlophosphates) : 
Bls(1 ,3-dlmethylbutyl)phosphorodlthloate oleyl amine 

salt No 

All other phosphorodlthloates used as lubricating oH 

smd grease additives No 

Polylsobutenyl succinic anhydride No 

Succlnlmldes: 

Alkenyl succlnlmlde No 

Dodecenyl-acetic succlnlmlde No 

Modified succlnlmldes No 

All other succlnlmldes No 

Sulfur compounds: 

Aliphatic hydrocarbon sulfides No 

Dl-tertlary nonylpolysulflde No 

Trilsobutylene polysulflde No 

All other sulfur compounds No 

1 ,3,4-Thladlazole, 2,5-bls(dlalkyldlthlo) derivatives No 

Tributyl phosphite No 

Trimethylol propane ester No 

Very high molecular weight (>1000) hydrocarbons No 

Zinc dialkyidithlophosphate No 

Zinc diallcylphenoi dithiophosphate No 

Zinc dibutyi phosphorodlthloate No 

Zinc hydrocarbon dithiophosphate No 

Ail other lubricating oil and grease additives, 

cyclic No 

All other lubricating oil and grease additives, 

acyclic No 

Paint driers, naphthenic acid salts: Yes 

Cadmium naphthenate No 

Calcium naphthenate No 

Chromium naphthenate No 

Cobalt naphthenate Yes 

Copper naphthenate No 

iron naphthenate No 

Lead naphthenate No 

Manganese naphthenate No 

Naphthenate driers, mixed salts No 

Rare earths naphthenate No 

Zinc naphthenate No 



TX. 
HCC. 

PAR, 

PAR, 

WTC. 

(')• 

GLC, 

DUP, 

PER. 

ALX. ELC, PER. 

HCC. 

SCO. 

(M. 

SOC, TX. 

CCA, PER. WTC. 

TNA. 



TNA, WTC, (»). 

SOC, TNA, TX, WTC, (»). 

WTC. 
MON, SOC. 



ELC. 

ELC. 
TX. 

SOC, 
SM. 
CXI. 
('). 

ELC, 

PAS. 

TX. 

CHD. 

ELC. 

ALW. 

HCC, 

('). 

ELC, 

SOC. 

ELC. 



CGY, ENJ, SM, TNA, (») , (»). 



TNA, TX. (»). 

PER, n. 

PER. TNA, UPJ, (»). 

OOP, SCP. 
SOC, TNA, TX. 



ALW, 
TX 



DUP, ELC, QCP. SCP, SM, TNA. 



CCA 
MCI, 
MCI. 
CCA 
NOD 
MCI, 
MCI, 
MCI. 
MCI. 
NOD. 
MCI. NOD. TRO 



NOD. 

MCI, NOD, SHP, TRO. 

NOD. 
NOD. 
NOD. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14-7 



Section 14 

TabiA 14-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products for which U.S. production and/or sales were 

reported. Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Separate 
Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 14-3) 



Photographic chemlcads: Yes 
N-2- (4-Amlno-N-ethyl-m-toluldlno)ethyl methane- 

sulfonamlde No 

Aryl alkyl polyether alcohol No 

5-Chlorobenzotrlazole No 

4-Dlazo-2,5-dlethoxymorphollnobenzene No 

2.5-Dlethoxy-4-morphollnobenzenedla2onlum chloride ... No 
p-Dlethylamlnobenzenedlazonlum chloride (p-Diazo-N.N- 

diethyianliine zinc chloride) No 

p-Dimethylamlnobenzenediazonium chloride (p-Dlazo-N, 

N-dlmathyianiline zinc chloride) No 

p-Oiphenyiamlnedlazonium sulfate No 

p- [ Ethyl ( 2 -hydroxyethyl ) amino] benzenedlazonium 
chloride -diazo-n-hydroxyethylanlllne zinc 

chloride) No 

(N-Ethyi-N-(2-hydroxyethyl)-3-methyldehydrogen 

suifate)p-phenylenedlamine No 

Hydroquinone (Hydroquinol) No 

p-Methylamlnophenol sulfate (Metol) No 

2-Methylbenzoxazole No 

5-Methyl-1 ,7-dlhydroxy-1 ,3,4-triazaindollzine No 

3-Methyl-N- 12 (methylsuifonamldoethyl) -N-ethyl-p- 

phenyienediamlne) sequlsulfate monohydrate No 

4-Methyl-1-phenyl-3-pyrazolidione No 

p-Morphollnyl-2.5-dibutoxybenzene diazonlum chloride . . No 

6-Nttrobenzimidazole No 

Phenyl-S-mercaptotetrazoie No 

1-Phenyl-3-pyra20iidone No 

Poly(vlnyl-o-8ulfobenzal) No 

4-N-(1-Pyrroiidyl)-m-toiuenedlazonlum chloride No 

Ail other photogr^lphlc chemicals No 

Polymers for fibers: Yes 

Cellulose acetate No 

Copolyurethane urea No 

Nylon 6 and 6/6: 

Nylon 6 (polymer for fiber, only) No 

Nylon 6/6 No 

Polyacrylonitriie and acryionltrile copolymers Yes 

Polyethylene terephthalate No 

Poly-m-phenyleno Isophthalamide No 

Poly-p-phenylono terephthalamide No 

AH other polymers for fibers No 

Polymers, water soluble: Yes 

Acryiamlde polymers and co-polymers: 
Acrylamide-2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonic 

acid, sodium salt polymer No 

Acrylamide-acryiic acid copolymer No 

Acryiamide-acryilc acid copolymer, sodium salt No 

Acrylamide-trimethyiaminoothyi acrylate chloride 

polymer No 

Acryiamide-trimethylaminoethyl methacryiate 

chloride No 

Adipic acld-crossllnkod polycrylamlde No 

Potyacryiamide No 

All other poiyacrylamide copolymers No 

Cellulose esters and ethers: 

Hydroxyethylcellulose No 

Hydroxyethyl hydroxypropyl cellulose No 

2-Hydroxypropyi cellulose No 

Methyiceilulose No 

Sodium carboxymethylceiiulose (100%) No 

Ail other cellulose ethers and esters No 



WAY. 

DIX. 

FMT. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

ALL. 

ALL. 
ALL. 



('). 




EKT. 




EK. 




DUP. 




FMT. 




(»). 




CWN. 




ALL. 




FMT. 




FMT. 




CWN. 




DUP. 




ALL. 




ARN, CHD, 


DUP, FMT, WAY, (»),(») 


EKT, MIL. 




DUP. 




ACS, CNP, 


(»)• 


DUP, MON. 




ACY, BKM, 


DUP, MON. 


DUP, EKT. 


FRF, GYR. 


DUP. 




DUP. 




ATR, HCL. 




ENJ, (»). 




CHP. 




BKM, (2). 





BKM, ENJ, HCL, SCP, (»), («). 
ACY, ENJ, MRK, SQA. (»). 
HCL. (»). 

AQU, DOW, UCC, UPJ. 

C). 

AQU. 

DOW. 

AQU, CBC, LCS, MAK. 

AQU, DIX, S, (*). 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 14-2— Continued ^ . 

MIscellaneoua end-uae chemlcala and chemical producta for which U.S. production and/or aalaa were 

reported, Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Separate Manufacturers' Identification codes 
Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products statistics^ (according to list In table 14-3) 



Polymers, water soluble— Continued 
DImethylamlne eplchlorohydrln othylenedlamlne 

copolymer No 

Ethyl acrylate methacryllc add copolymer No 

Hydroxypropyl guar gum No 

Poly(acryllc add. ethyl ester) No 

Polyiacryllc add. methyl ester/ethylene/l.l- 

dlchlorosucclnlc add, methylene-) No 

Polyiacryllc add, methyl ester/ethylene/1,1- 
dlchlorosucdnlc add, methylene-) with ethyl 

acrylate No 

Polyacryllc add salts: 

Ammonium polyacrylate No 

Polyacrylate methacrylate copolymers No 

Polyacrylate poly(hydroxypropylacrylate) copolymer . . No 

Polyacryllc add No 

Sodium ammonium polyacrylate and copolymers No 

Sodium carboxymethyl amylose No 

Sodium carboxymethyl starch No 

Sodium polyacrylate No 

Sodium polyacrylate, grafted No 

All other polyacryllc add salts No 

Polyacrylonltrllo, hydrolyzed No 

Poly aery lonlthle, starch hydrollzed polymer No 

Polyamlnes No 

Potydextrose No 

Poly(dlallyldlmethylammonlum chloride No 

Polyethylenolmlne No 

AH other polymers, water soluble No 

Polymethacryllc add, sodium salt No 

Poty ( 1 , r - ( methyllmino ) bis ( 3-chloro-2-propanol) - 

teetramethylethylenedleimlne No 

I-Vlnyl-2-pyrrolldlnone, copolymers wtth vinyl 

acetate No 

1-Vlnyl-2-pyrrolldlnone, polymers No 

Xanthan gum No 

Poly-oleflns: Yet 

Poly-a-olefins No 

Poly-a-oleflns, sulfurUed No 

Rare sugars: 

l-Arablnose No 

D-Galactose No 

D-Maltose No 

Silicone greases: 

Silicone greases No 

Tanning materials, synthetic: Yes 
1 -Naphthalenesulfonic add, formaldehyde condensate 

and salt No 

2-Naphthalenesulfonlc add, formaldehyde condensate 

and ssUt No 

1-Phenol-2-sulfonlc add, formaldehyde condensate 

(Phenol-formaldehyde, sulfonated) No 

Polyoxyalkylated cyclic amines No 

All other tanning materials, synthetic No 

Textile chemicals, other than surface active agents: Yes 

N,N-Bl8-(2-hydroxy ethyl )octadecanamlde No 

N,N-Dlben2ylhydroxylamlne No 

DIcyanodlamlde formaldehyde ammonium chloride 

polymer No 

DImethyloldlhydroxyethylene urea No 

Formaldehyde polymer with carbamate esters No 



ALC. 
AQU. 
DUP. 

DUP. 



DUP. 



CCL, 


RH, (*). (») 










BFQ, 


RH, (»). 










('). 












MYO, 


{'). ('). 










ALC. 


BAS, BFQ, 


RH. SCP. 


n 


.('). 


CCL. 












(»)■ 












BKM. 


DOW. EFH, 


MYO. 


SYT. 




n. 












ENJ, 


(»). (»). (»). 










BKM. 


DIX(E). QPC. RH. 








QPC. 












ENJ. 


QCP. («), 










PFZ. 












CPS, 


MRK. (*). 










DAN. 












BKM, 


DAN, EFH, 


PHA, 


RH, 


, RPC. SCP, 


SYT, («), (»). (»), (») 








ALC, 


CPS. 










BKM. 












DAN. 












CCL. 


DAN, QAF. 


('). 








PFZ. 












CO, 


SM. SOC. 










SM. 












PFN. 












PFN. 












PFN. 












DCC 


. SPO. SWS. 











GRD. 

BAS. RH. 
MIL. 
BAS. SCP. 

CCC. 
CCC. 

CCC, DAN, S, SYT. 

ACY, CCC, CHP, DAN. SYT. 

SYT. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



14-9 



Section 14 

Table 14-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products for which U.S. production and/or sales were 

reported, Identified by manufacturer, 19S9 

Separate Manufacturers' Iderttlflcatlon codes 
Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chen^lcal products statistics^ (according to list In table 14-3} 

Textile chemicals, other than surface active 

agents— Continued 
Hydrogenated tallow fatty acid aminoethylethanolamlne 

condensation products No CCC. 

Lauryl alkyl dlmethylamilne acetate No (') . 

Lauryl alkyl dimethylamine phosphate No (*) . 

Melamlne formaldehyde methanol polymer No ACY, CCC. 

Melamlne formaloehyde copolymer No EN J. 

Melamlne stearyl alcohol polymer No SYT. 

Propoxylated starches No SYT. 

2.2' .4,4'-Tetrahydroxybenzophenone No BAS. 

Trl(behenoyloxymethyl)trlmethoxymethylmelamlne No SYT. 

Urea polymers with formaldehyde and methanol Yes ACY, BAS, CCC. 

Urea, polymer with tetrakis [hydroxymethyl] phosphonlum 

sulfate No CHP. 

All other textile chemicals, other than surface 

active agents No BAS, CCC, DUP, ENJ. QAF, PAT, RPC, 

SCP. 
Urea In compounds or mixtures (100% basis): 

Urea In feed compounds (100% basis) Yes BNP, CAC, HKY, SOH. TER, TRI, WYC. 

Urea In liquid fertilizer (100% basis) Yes ARM, BNP, CFI, CHN, CNC, FRI, HKY. 

MSC, SMP, see, SOH, TER. TVA, 
UOC, WYC. (*). 

Urea In plastics (100% basis) No CMC, SOH, TRI. 

Urea In solid fertilizer (100% basis) Yes CAC, CFI, CNC. FRI, QCC. MSC, OMC, 

SOH, TER, TRI, TVA, UOC, WLC. 

< Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported in this section are Indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are indicated by 'no.' 

2 The manufacturer did not consent to his identification with the designated products. 

' Data for these companies was adjusted or estimated. 
Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



14-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 14-3 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products: 

code, 19S9 



Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by 



Code 



Name ot company 



Code 



Name of company 



ACS Allied Signal, Inc. Engineered 

Materials Sector 

ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

AJI Ajlnomoto USA, Inc. 

ALC AIco Chemical Corp. 

ALD Aldrlch Chemical Co. , Inc. 

ALL Alliance Chemical, Inc. 

ALW Albright & Wilson Americas, Inc. 

ALX Alox Corp. 

AMO Amoco Corp. 

AQU Aqualon 

ARM LaRoche Industries. Inc. 

ARN Arenol Chemical Corp. 

ATR Atlantic Richfield Co. , Arco Chemical 

Co. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BCK Beckman Instruments, Inc., 

Diagnostics System Group 

BFG B. F. Goodrich Co. 

BKM Buckman Laboratories, Inc. 

BLZ Belzak Corp. 

BNP Terra International, Inc. 

BRD Lonza, Inc. 

BRS Bristol-Myers Co. 

CAC Comlnco Fertilizers, Inc. 

CBC Carbose Corp. 

CCA Akzo Chemicals, Inc. 

CCC C.N.C. International, Inc. 

CCL Catawba-Chartab, Inc. 

CCW Morton International. Inc. , 

Specialty Chemicals Group 

CED Cedar Chemical Co. 

CFI CF Industries, Inc. 

CGO CItgo Petroleum, Corp. 

CQY Clba-Gelgy Corp. 

CHO Chemdesign, Corp. 

CHH Chris Hansen's Laboratory. Inc. 

CHN Wll-Gro Fertilizer, Inc. 

CHP C. H. Patrick & Co., Inc. 

CHT Chattem. Inc. 

CNC Columbia Nitrogen Corp. 

CNP DSM Chemicals, North America 

CO Conoco Specialty Products, Inc. 

COC Columbia Organic Chemical Co. , Inc. 

OPS CPS Chemical, Co. . Inc. 

CSP Coastal Refining & Marketing, Inc. 

CWN Uplohn Co. , Fine Chemicals 

CXI Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 

DA Diamond Shamrock Refining & Marketing 

DAN Dan River, Inc. . Chemical Products DIv. 

DCC Dow Coming Corp. 

DGC Degussa Corp. 

DIX Dixie Chemical Co. . Inc. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. . Inc. 

Chemicals and Pigments Dept. 

ED/IMG Dept. 

Fibers Dept. 



EFH E.F. Houghton Co. 

EK Eastman Kodak Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. DIv. 

ELC EIco Corp. Sub. of Detrex Chemical 

Industries, Inc. 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

FER Ferro Corp.: 

Bedford Chemical DIv. 

Kell Chemical DIv. 

FMT Falrmount Chemical Co. , Inc. 

FRF Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. , Firestone 

Fibers & Textiles Co. 

FRI Farmland Industries. Inc. 

GAF GAF Chemical Corp. 

GBF International Blo-Synthetlcs. Inc. 

GCC Arcadian Corp. 

GFS GFS Chemicals, Inc. 

GLC General Latex and Chemlca* Corp. 

GNR Genencor, Inc. 

GPC Grain Processing Corp. 

GRD W. R. Grace & Co. , Organic Chemicals 

DIv. 

Polymers & Chemical DIv. 

QRS Champlln Refining Co. 

GTL Great Lakes Chemlc2U Corp. 

GYR Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

HCC Hatco Chemical Corp. 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp: 

Fibers Industrial DIv. 

Sou- Tex Works. 

HKY Arcadian Corp. 

HMP W. R. Grace & Co.. Organic Chemicals 

DIv. 

Hampshire Chemical DIv. 

HPC Hercules, Inc. 

JFR George A. Jeffreys & Co. , Inc. 

LCS Louisiana Chemical Polymers. Inc. 

LEM Napp Chemicals, Inc. 

LYP Lyondell Petrochemical Co. 

MAK MAK Chemical Corp. 

MCI Mooney Chemicals, Inc. 

MCK MacKenzle Chemical Works, Inc. 

MIL Mllllken & Co. . Mllllken Chemical DIv. 

MLS Miles Laboratories, Inc. , Biotechnology 

Group. 

MNA Monsanto Agricultural Co. 

MOC Marathon Petroleum Co.. Texas 

Refining Div. 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRK Merck & Co., Inc. 

MSC Mississippi Chemical Corp. 

MYO Mayo Chemical Co. 

NBI Novo Biochemical industries. Inc. 

NOD Huls, America. Inc. 

NSW NutraSweet Co. 

OMC Olln Corp. 

PAH Parish Chemical Co. 

PAR Pennzoil Co. , Penreco DIv. 



14-11 



Section 14 



Tabia 14-3— Continued 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products: 

code, 19B9 



Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



PAS Atochom North America, Inc. 

PAT Pat-Chem, Inc. 

PFN Pfanstlehl Laboratories, Inc. 

PFZ Pfizer, Inc. 

PiC Rerce Chemical Co. 

PLB Pharmacia P-L Blochemlcals, inc, 

PMP PMP Fermentation Products, Inc. 

PRA Para-Chem Southom, Inc. 

QCP Quaicer Chemical Corp. 

REG Regis Chemical Co. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

RPC Colloids, Inc. , Lyndai DIv. 

RSA R.S.A. Corp. 

S Sandoz Chemical Corp. , Colors & 

Chemicals DIv. 

SCP Henkel Corp. 

SHC Shell Chemical Co. 

SHP Shepherd Chemical Co . 

SHX Sherex Chemical Co. , Inc. 

SM Mobil Oil Corp. , Chemical Product 

DIv. 

Beaumont Refinery DIv. 

SMP J. R. SImplot Co. 

SOC Chevron Corp. , Chevron Chemical Co. 

SOG Hill Petroleum Company 

SOH BP Chemicals America, Inc. 

SPD General Electric Co. , Silicone Products 

DIv. 



SPR Scientific Protein Laboratories 

SQA Segua Chemicals, inc. 

SUN Sun Co., Inc. 

SWS Wacker Silicones, Corp. 

SYT Synthron, Inc. 

TER Terra international. Inc. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TPC Texas Petrochemicals Corp. 

TRD Bristol Myers Squibb Co. 

TRI Triad Chemical 

TRO Troy Chemical Corp. 

TVA Tennessee Valley Authority, NFDC, 

TV A, OACD, 

DIv. of Developmental Production 

TX Texaco, Inc. , Texaco Chemical Co. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp. , Industrial 

Chemical DIv. 

UOC Union Oil Co. of California 

UPJ Upjohn Co. 

UPM UOP inc. 

USR Uniroyal Chemical Co. , inc. 

VLB Valero Refining & Marketing Co. 

VNC Vanderbllt Chemical Corp. 

WAY Olin Hunt Specialty Products, Inc. 

WLC Freeport-McMoran Resource Partners 

WTC Wltco Chemical Corp. 

WYC Coastal Chem, Inc. 



Note . —Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In table 1 
of the appendix. 

Source: Complied from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



14-12 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Section 15 

Miscellaneous Cyclic and 

Acyclic Chemicals 

The term "miscellaneous chemicals" as it is 
used here comprises those synthetic organic 
products that are not included in the use groups 
covered by sections I-XIV of this report. They 
include products that are employed in a great 
variety of applications. The number of chemicals 
used extensively for only one purpose is not large. 
Among the products covered in this section are 
those used for refrigerants, aerosols, solvents, 
catalysts, additives in plastics and food products, 
and, especially, a wide range of acyclic chemical 
intermediates. 

Figure 15-1 shows the trend of production of 
miscellaneous chemicals during 1985-89, and 
shows that after a steady rate of increase after 
1985, production in 1989 was less than in the 
previous year. 

U.S. production of miscellaneous cyclic and 
acyclic chemicals in 1989 amounted to 48.9 
billion kilograms, an increase of 1.7 percent 
compared with production in 1988 (Table 15-1). 
Production of miscellaneous acyclic chemicals 
comprised 96.7 percent of this section's total 
production. 

Because most of the production of 
miscellaneous chemicals is used internally by their 
producers to make more advanced intermediates 
and other chemical products, their sales are much 
smaller than their production. In 1989, sales of 
miscellaneous chemicals were 20.2 billion 
kilograms, valued at $16.3 billion, compared with 
19.1 billion kilograms, valued at S15.1 billion, in 
1988. The increase in sales quantity in 1989 was 
5.3 percent. However, indicating that the surge in 
prices of the two previous years was almost at an 
end, the unit value of sales in 1989, 80.7 cents 
per kilogram, was little changed from the previous 
year's 78.9 cents per kilogram. 

Oxygenated hydrocarbons accounted for 
about 61 percent of the production of all acyclic 
miscellaneous chemicals. Production of 



oxygenated hydrocarbons, which include organic 
acids, alcohols (the largest group), ketones, 
esters, ethers, aldehydes, epoxides, and other 
chemicals, was 28.8 billion kilograms in 1989, a 
marginal increase over the 28.3 billion kilograms 
produced in 1988. 

With a 29 percent greater production volume 
than monohydric and polyhydric alcohols 
combined, halogenated hydrocarbons is the 
leading individual group. Production of 
halogenated hydrocarbons was about 13.3 million 
kilograms in 1989, about 0.4 million kilograms 
more than in 1988. Production of chlorinated 
hydrocarbons, by far the largest segment of this 
group, was 12.7 billion kilograms in 1989, 
compared with 12.2 billion kilograms in 1988. 
The very minor change in production for this 
entire group in 1988-89 hides increased 
production of some of its constituent chemicals: 
chloroform (up 12 percent), vinyl chloride (up 12 
percent), and 1,1,1- trichloroethane (up 8 
percent). Fluorinated hydrocarbons production, 
592 million kilograms in 1989, was 5 percent less 
than in 1988, following an increase of 18 percent 
in the earlier year. 

Production of the second largest individual 
group of miscellaneous acyclic chemicals— 
monohydric alcohols— decreased 11 percent in 
1989, to 6.7 billion kilograms, following two years 
of significant growth. The decrease was spread 
evenly among most of the major alcohols. 

Virtually in a tie for third place among 
miscellaneous acyclic chemicals, each with 
production close to 4.2 billion kilograms in 1989, 
are nitrogenous compounds, acids/anhydrides and 
aldehydes. Their production was almost the same 
in 1988. 

Table 15-2 lists the products in this section 
individually identified by manufacturer(s) codes. 
Table 15-3 lists those codes alphabetically and 
identifies the manufacturer by name. 

Aimison Jonnard 

202-252-1350 

(Effective 1/14/91 202-205-3350) 



15-1 



Section 15 



Rgure 15-1 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: U.S. production, 198S- 



Blllons 

of kilograms 



40- 



30- 



20 -> 




Source 



mm 






:%J|!i* 






''^-^■^Sr^^l 



*,"''/' ,,'"/ '>; 



'■'fe*'&*''\l*V**' 






^ 



«A;%.%" 






^^ 



?XH"'''';''J''''v 









1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 

Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. Intemational Trade Commission. 



15-2 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals. 1989 



Table 1S-1 

Mlsc*tlan«ou9 cyclic and acyclic chamlcals: U.S. production and salas, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Production 



Sales 



Quantity 



Value 



Average 

Unit 

value' 



Qrand totaU 

Cyclic 

Total 

Benzoic acid esters 

Benzoic acid salts 

Benzoyl peroxide 

Caprolactam 

Hexamethylenetetramlne, tech 

Lactones 

Maleic emhydrlde 

Morphollne 

PInene and derivatives, total 

^-Plnene 

Rne oil, natural, sulfate 

All other pInene and derivatives 

Succinic anhydride derivatives 

Tal\ oil salts (Unolelc-rosin acid salts) . . 
All other miscellaneous cyclic chemicals 

Acyclic 

Total 

Nitrogenous compounds 

Total ^ 

Amides , total 

Erucamlde 

N.N'-Ethylenebls-oleamlde 

N,N'-Ethylenebls-stearamlde 

Oieamlde (Octadecene amide) 

All other amides 

Amines, totaP 

Butylamlnes , total 

n-Butyiamlnes 

DI-n-Butyiamlne 

All other butylamlnes 

Diethyiawnine 

Dimethylamlnopropylamine 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1.000 
kilograms 



48,871,030 



1,567,895 



877.229 



{') 
13.855 



1.000 
kilograms 



1,000 
dollars 



735.100 



278.605 



414.299 



11.423 



22.262 



1,254 
2,670 
7.499 

2.292 
3,459 



2,396 
4.539 
15,327 

4,070 
7,555 



Per 
kilogram 



20.166,509 16,269.608 $0.81 



2,338 


1,685 


3,342 


1.98 


(') 


12.930 


19,741 


1.53 


4,354 


3.161 


16.831 


5.32 


592,987 


(») 


(») 


(^) 


44,396 


(») 


{') 


(») 


66,008 


6.883 


16,697 


2.43 


215,515 


169.856 


166.369 


.98 


11.678 


13,746 


23,846 


1.73 


137,340 


22.514 


27,815 


1.24 


16,756 


1,674 


2,310 


1.38 


2,287 


(*) 


{') 


(') 


118.297 


(») 


I') 


{') 


7.863 


7,177 


16,043 


2.24 


716 


{') 


{') 


(») 


484,700 


497.148 


1,177,306 


2.37 


47,235,675 


19,368.214 


14,779.191 


.76 


4,155,655 


1,412,658 


1,640,517 


1.16 


143,162 


73,878 


132.013 


1.79 


3,783 


(») 


{') 


(') 


234 


256 


765 


2.99 


21,783 


16,063 


23.709 


1.48 


1,856 


1,569 


4,123 


2.63 


115,506 


55,990 


103,416 


1.85 



1.91 
1.70 
2.04 

1,78 
2.18 



15-3 



Section 15 

Table 15-1— Continued 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


va/ue' 


1,000 
kilograms 


1,000 
kilograms 


1,000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



Acyclic— Continued 



Nitrogenous compounds— Continued 

Amines— Continued 

Ethylenedlamlne 

Isopropylamlne, mono- 

DImethylamlne 

Trlethylsmilne 

Trimethylamlne 

All other amines 

Ethanolamlnes, total 

2,2'-Amlnodlethanol (DIethanolamlne) 

2-Amlnoethanol (Monoethanolamlne) 

2 . 2 • . 2 • • - NItrllotriethanol ( Triethanolamlne ) 

Methyldlethanolamlne 

NItrlles, total 

Acetonltrlle 

Acrylonltrlle 

2-Methyllactonltrlle (Acetone cyanohydrin) 

AM other nitrlles 

All other nitrogenous compounds 

Acids, acyl halldes and anhydrides 

Total 

Acetic acid, synthetic, 100% 

Acrylic acid* 

Dimer add (C^ dibasic acid) 

Fatty acids , hydrogenated* 

Fumaric acid 

Pivaloyi chloride 

All other acids , acyl halldes and anhydrides 

Salts of organic acids 

Total 

Acetic acid salts, total 

Potassium acetate 

Sodium acetate 

Zinc acetate 

All other acetic acid salts 

2-Ethylhexanolc acid (a-Ethylcaprolc acid) salts, 
total 

Calcium 2-ethylhexanoate 

Cobalt 2-ethylhexanoate 

Mangetnese 2-ethylhexanoate 

Zinc 2-ethylhexanoate 

Zirconium 2-ethylhexanoate 

All other 2-ethylhexanolc acid salts 



34,241 


24,149 


45,416 


$1.88 


(*) 


28,474 


24,465 


.86 


46,781 


39,518 


32,757 


.83 


(') 


7,922 


14,544 


1.84 


23,421 


17,282 


12,877 


.75 


755,855 


144,086 


250,353 


1.74 


302.566 


234,808 


282,832 


1.21 


91,896 


79,131 


91,626 


1.16 


107,339 


67,691 


74,340 


1.10 


93,066 


81.016 


95,903 


1.18 


10,265 


6.970 


20,963 


3.01 


2,272.076 


708,695 


550,668 


.78 


18,943 


(*) 


(') 


n 


1,071,519 


606,821 


455,180 


.75 


582,907 


n 


n 


(') 


598,707 


101,874 


95,488 


.93 


560,622 


116,672 


260,705 


2.23 


4,213,399 


1,111,076 


1,054.736 


.95 


1,493,971 


358,763 


137.830 


.38 


472.642 


103,642 


120.272 


1.16 


18.407 


14,236 


15.481 


1.09 


156.128 


130,614 


89.699 


.69 


(M 


12,936 


17,481 


1.35 


3,842 


(*) 


(*) 


(') 


2.068,409 


490,885 


673,973 


1.37 


189,710 


163.545 


267,492 


1.64 


24,221 


10,258 


17,409 


1.70 


1,843 


(*) 


n 


(*) 


20,036 


(') 


{') 


(») 


(') 


127 


435 


3.42 


2,342 


10,131 


16,974 


1.68 



9,837 



8.718 



1,218 


1,139 


2,003 


1.76 


1,957 


1.632 


6,421 


3.94 


644 


640 


1.358 


2.12 


581 


346 


964 


2.79 


1,765 


1,361 


5.404 


3.97 


3,672 


3,600 


8,239 


2.29 



See footnotes at end of Xabie. 



15-4 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 15-1— Contlnuad 

MIscellanttous cyclic and acyclic chamlcals: U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

va/ue' 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
dollars 



Per 
kilogram 



Acyclic— Continued 

Salts of organic acids- Continued 

Formic acid salts 

Laurie acid salts 

Neodecanolc acid, calcium salt 

Potassium oxalate 

Propionic acid salts, total 

Calcium propionate 

All other propionic acid salts 

Stearic acid salts, total 

Aluminum stearates , total* 

Aluminum tristearate 

All other aluminum stearata salts 

Barium stearate 

Calcium stearate 

Magnesium stearata 

Zinc stearate 

All other stearic acid salts 

An other satts of organic acids 

Aldehyde* 

Total 

n-Butyraldehyde 

Formaldehyde (37% by weight) 

All other aldehydes 

Ketones 

Total 

Acetone 

DIacetone alcohol (Hydroxymethyl pentanona) . . 

Methyl ethyl ketone (2-Butanone) 

4-Methyl-2-pentanone (Methyl Isobutyi ketone) 
All other ketones 

Alcohols, monohydrlc, unsubstltuted 

Total 

Alcohols, C,, or lower, unmixed, total 

Butyl alcohols, total 

n-Butyl alcohol (n-Propylcarblnol) 

Isobutyi alcohol (Isopropylcarbinol)* 

All other butyl alcohols 

Ethyl alcohol, synthetic' 

2-Ethyl-1 -hexanol 

tsopropyl alcohol 

See footnotes at end of table. 



8,237 
(») 
22 
15 


(») 

657 

26 

14 


{') 

3.449 

55 

91 


(») 

$5.25 

2.12 

2.12 


(») 


19,102 


16,129 


.84 


11,761 


11.704 
7.398 


7.853 
8.276 


.67 
1.12 


72,781 


67,206 


103.562 


1.54 


2,331 


2,153 


6.064 


2.82 


827 
1.504 


611 
1,342 


2.652 
3.412 


3.27 
2.54 


1,280 
42.594 

9,441 
15,471 

1,664 


288 
41,317 

7,452 
14,708 

1,288 


625 

51.408 

13.620 

27.780 

4.065 


2.17 
1.24 
1.83 
1.89 
3.16 



62.836 



102.408 



4,062,273 


1.472.908 


310.058 


.21 


763.572 

2.673.233 

625.468 


(») 

1.305.488 

167,420 


(*) 
173.426 
136.632 


(») 
.16 
.82 


1.486,984 


1,059,680 


570.449 


.51 


1.145,022 

(') 

204.157 

77.494 

60.311 


711,140 
9.851 

226.261 
75.633 
36.795 


294.472 
10.535 

138.570 
64.813 
62.059 


.41 

1.07 

.61 

.86 

1.69 


6.681.833 


3,961,655 


1.502 725 


.38 


6.268,570 


3,707.855 


1.168.021 


.32 


(») 


318,125 


188.826 


.59 


794,100 
61,443 


260.716 

49.535 

7.874 


147.693 
31.101 
10.034 


.57 

.63 

1.27 


248.906 
277,825 
668,518 


171.118 
539.427 


106.174 
235,659 


.62 
.44 



15-5 



Section 15 



Table 15-1— Continued 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: 



U.S. production and sales, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Sales 



Quantity 



Average 

Unit 

value'' 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
kilograms 



1.000 
dollars 



Per 
kilogram 



Acyclic— Continued 

Alcohols, monohydric, unsubstltuted— Continued 

Methanol, synthetic 

Propyl alcohol (Propanol) 

All other alcohols. C,, or lower, unmixed 

Alcohols. 0,2 and higher, unmixed, total 

1-Octadecanol (Stearyl alcohol) 

All other alcohols. 0,2 and higher, unmixed 

Mixtures of eUcohols. total 

Containing C,, and lower 

Containing C,2 and higher* 

Esters of monohydric alcohols 

Total 

n-Butyl acetate 

Isobutyl acetate 

Butyl acrylate 

Dllauryl-3.3'-thlodlproplonate 

Dlstearyl-3,3'-thlodlproplonate 

Ethyl acetate (100% basis) 

2-Ethylhexyl acrylate 

2-Ethylhexyl chloroformate 

Fatty acid esters, not Included with plastlclzers or 
surface-active agents , total 

Methyl esters of tallow 

Myrlstyl myrlstate 

All other fatty acid esters not Included with 
plastlclzers or surface-active agents 

Isopropyl acetate 

Methyl methacrylate 

Phosphorus acid esters, not elsewhere 

specified 

Propyl acetate 

Stearyl methacrylate 

Vinyl acetate 

All other esters of monohydric alcohols 

Polyhydric alcohols* 

Total 

1 ,4-Butanedlol 

Ethylene glycol 

Pontaerythrltol 

Propylene glycol 

Sorbitol (70%) 

All other polyhydric alcohols 

Polyhydric alcohol esters 

2-Butoxyethyl acetate 

All other polyhydric alcohol esters 



3,704,475 


2.238.583 


326,720 


$.15 


82.634 


49,373 


39,897 


.81 


430,669 


391,229 


270,743 


.69 


93,670 


43.805 


66.154 


1.51 


(») 


11.851 


20.261 


1.71 


(') 


31,954 


45,893 


1.43 


319.592 


209.995 


268,550 


1.28 


32.950 


43,951 


48,527 


1.10 


286.642 


166,044 


220,023 


1.33 


2,833.482 


1,405,324 


1.373.753 


.98 


101,633 


86,374 


56.020 


.76 


37,303 


24,439 


16.641 


.68 


240.256 


92,414 


115.263 


1.25 


1,073 


1,075 


4.042 


3.76 


2.399 


2,405 


9,146 


3.80 


132.346 


94,673 


60.689 


.64 


45.293 


32,783 


48,323 


1.47 


2.833 


2,391 


4,713 


1.97 


9,470 


5,179 


8,227 


1.59 


825 


717 


504 


.70 


{') 


106 


643 


6.06 


8.645 


4.356 


7,080 


1.63 


18,144 


16,837 


15,594 


.93 


526.610 


n 


(») 


(*) 


62,638 


50,613 


120,034 


2.37 


34,399 


28,797 


28,958 


1.01 


(») 


134 


546 


4.07 


1.157.802 


589,092 


473,259 


.74 


461.283 


328,118 


412,298 


1.26 


3,655,849 


2,923,572 


2,722,879 


.93 


182.425 


(*) 


{') 


(*) 


2.477.135 


2,257,087 


1,983.438 


.88 


47,968 


51.848 


70,242 


1.35 


365,300 


290,796 


251 ,006 


.86 


150,651 


113,496 


94.556 


.83 


432,370 


210,345 


323.637 


1.54 


122,925 


131,308 


176,314 


1.34 


7,234 


6,832 


10.470 


1.53 


115,691 


124.476 


165,844 


1.33 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-6 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 15-1— Continued 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: U.S. production and tales. 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


value' 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



Acyclic— Continued 
Polyhydrlc alcohol ethers 

Total 

2-Butoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether) . 

2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethanol (DIethylene glycol mono- 
butyl ether) 

2-[2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethoxy]ethanol (Triethylene 
glycol monobutyl ether) 

DIethylene glycol 

2-Ethoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol ethyl ether) 

2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethanol (DIethylene glycol mono- 
ethyl ether) 

2-Methoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol methyl ether) .... 

2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethanol (DIethylene glycol 
monomethyl ether) 

2-I2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethoxy]ethanol (Triethylene 
glycol monomethyl ether) 

Polyglycols. ethylene glycol and glycol ether, mixed . 

Polytetramethylene glycol ether 

Triethylene glycol 

Glycol ethers derived from propylene oxide, total . . . 

DIpropylene glycol 

All other glycol ethers derived from 
propylene oxide 

AN other polyhydrlc alcohols ethers 

Bromlnated, chlorinated, and fluorlnated 
hydrocarbons 

Total 

Bromlnated (Including bromochlorinated) 

hydrocarbons, total 

1 -Bromobut2uie 

All other bromlnated hydrocarbons 

Chlorinated hydrocarbons, total 

Chlorinated paraffins (C,o-Cx)) . total 

35%-64% chlorine 

65% or more chlorine 

Chloroform 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride)' 

Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride) 

Ethyl chloride (Chloroethane)* 

Ethylene dichlorlde (1 ,2-Dlchloroethane)' 

Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene) 

1.1.1 -Trlchloroethane (Methyl chloroform) 

Vinyl chloride, monomer (Chloroethylene)' 

All other chlorinated hydrocarbons 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1.087.281 


930.105 


1.027.465 


$1.10 


164,198 


144,810 


137.235 


.95 


42.471 


36.158 


42.642 


1.18 


6.215 
197.303 
46.326 


(') 

158.024 

28.622 


(*) 
109.030 
36.763 


(*) 

.69 

1.28 


14.887 
30.934 


16.660 
16,148 


17.978 
16.977 


1.08 
1.05 


19.323 


29.193 


33.387 


1.14 


14.137 

(') 

(') 

50.697 

46.725 


(') 
23.755 
28.039 
48.354 
35.930 


(») 
39.563 
90,515 
64.315 
37.456 


(') 
1.67 
3.23 
1.33 
1.04 


(») 


28.113 


26.745 


.95 


(') 


7.817 


10.711 


1.37 


454,065 


364.412 


401.604 


1.10 



13,315.582 


3.697.361 


2.651,813 


.71 


6,575 


4.024 


17.304 


4.30 


(') 


241 


590 


2.45 


(') 


3.783 


16.714 


4.42 


12.717.079 


3.229.848 


1.622.423 


.50 


29.136 


28,742 


33.117 


1.15 


23.316 


22.695 


22,789 


1.00 


5.820 


6,047 


10,328 


1.71 


266.534 


229.311 


102.223 


.45 


208.906 


93.761 


38.775 


.41 


218.468 


140.857 


66.777 


.47 


73.347 


{') 


{') 


{') 


6.070.377 


667.052 


157.898 


.24 


218.286 


197.147 


97.220 


.49 


355.315 


303.174 


186.522 


.62 


4.597.104 


1.181.140 


764,707 


.66 



679.606 



388.664 



175.184 



15-7 



Section 15 



Table 15-1— Contlnusd 

MIscAllaneou* cyclic and acyclic chemicals: U.S. production and sales. 19S9 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 





Sales 




Average 
Unit 


Production 


Quantity 


Value 


value' 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
kilograms 


1.000 
dollars 


Per 
kilogram 



155.366 

177,606 

87,335 

171,621 



Acyclic— Continued 

Bromlnatad, chlorinated, and fluorlnated 
hydrocarbons— Continued 

Fluorlnated (Including other fluorohalogenated) 

hydrocarbons, total 591 ,928 

Chlorodlfluoromethane (F-22) 

Dlchiorodlfluoromothane (F-12) 

Trlchiorofiuoromethane (F-1 1 ) 

All other fluorlnated (Including other 

fluorohalogenated) hydrocarbons 

All other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals 

Total 

Acyclic peroxides, total 

2-Butanone peroxide (MEK peroxide) 

tert-Butyl peroxyplvalate 

Ol-tert-butyl peroxide (tert-Butyl peroxide) 

All other acyclic peroxides 

Expoxides, ethers and acetals, total 

Ethylene oxide* 

Glycldyi ethers 

All other expoxides, ethers and acetals 

Fats and oils, chemically modlfied"> 

Organo-alumlnum compounds 

Organo-magneslum compounds 

Hexamethyldisiiazane 

Organo-tin compounds 

Silicone fluids 

Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) 

Ail other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals, 

all other 332,098 

Mixtures not specifically Itemized 

Total 67,460 

Fatty acid residues 12,107 

Ail other mixtures not specifically Itemized" 55.353 



463,488 



108.667 

179.961 

86,233 

88.627 



63,195 



1,012,087 $2.18 



11.809 
51.386 



265,547 
342,282 
139,910 



305,516 



22,427 



1,974 
20.453 



2.44 
1.90 
1.62 



264.348 2.98 



5.430.702 


1,099,022 


1,480,990 


1.35 


32.143 


30.975 


105,401 


3.40 


7.428 


7,608 


22,460 


2.95 


2,742 


2,389 


9,805 


4.10 


(') 


1,505 


5,135 


3.41 


21.973 


19,473 


68,001 


3.49 


4.664,738 


880,373 


721,990 


.82 


2.281,986 


207,835 


269,958 


1.30 


2,160 


2,320 


9,089 


3.92 


2,380.592 


670.218 


442.943 


.66 


12,724 


14,197 


17,158 


1.21 


49.801 


16.654 


74,740 


4.49 


86 


80 


2,644 


33.13 


424 


406 


3,869 


9.53 


(*) 


12.394 


76.759 


6.19 


64,055 


41.432 


172.913 


4.17 


274,633 


{') 


(') 


(') 



.17 
.40 



' Calculated from unrounded flgures. 

' Reported data are accepted in confldence and may not be published, or no data were reported. 
' Statistics limited to compounds of carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen; and exclude production and sales of fatty 
amines. Statistics on fatty amines are Included in the section on "Surface-Active Agents.' 

* The difference between the production reported here and that shown on the Preliminary Report on U.S. 
Production of Selected Organic Chemicals (Including Synthetic Plastics and Resin Materials). 1989, results from a 
combination of Incorrect reporting by some companies, end-of-year inventory adjustments, and rounding. 

° Excludes minor amounts reported as 'fatty acids' and 'partially hydrogenated' . 

" Statistics exclude production and sales of potassium and sodium stearates. Statistics on these stearates are 
Included in the section on 'Surf ace- Active Agents.' 

' Synthetic ethyl alcohol is conventionally defined as that portion made from ethylene. Bureau of Alcohol, 
Tobacco, and Firearms statistics give the production from "natural' sources, mainly grain. 

* includes small amount of mixtures of alcohols on both sides of the C„-C,2 dividing line. 

* Some poiyols which are used as Intermediates for urethanes have been Included in the section on "Plastics and 
Resin Materials." 

'<■ Other than esters, salts, alcohols, acids, or acyl halldes, which are tabulated in preceding groups. 
" Products Included hero are predominately acyclic; however, unspecified amounts of mixtures containing some 
cyclic chemicals may also be included. 

Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



15-8 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 1S-2 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Cyclic 



Yes 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



$-Acetoxy-2,4-dlmothyl-1 ,3-dloxane No 

Alkylphenol formaldehyde condensate, alkoxylated No 

Alkylphonol formaldehyde copolymer No 

1-(2-Amlnoethyl)plperazlne No 

1-(3-Amlnopropyl)morphollne No 

Amyl ortho- and para-dlmethylamlnobenzoates No 

Benzonephosphlnic acid No 

Benzoic add esters: Yes 

Benzoic add. 2-butoxyethanol ester No 

Benzoic add. butyl ester (Butyl benzoate) No 

Benzoic add. C,j-C,9 ester No 

Benzoic add, Isodecyl ester No 

2-Butoxyethyl benzoate No 

2-Ethylhexyl benzoate No 

Resordnol monobenzoate No 

Sucrose benzoate No 

All other benzoic add esters No 

Benzoic add salts: Yes 

Ammonium benzoate No 

Barium benzoate No 

Cadmium benzoate No 

Potassium benzoate No 

Sodium benzoate No 

AH other benzoic add salts No 

Benzotrlazde, pdychlorlnated No 

Benzotrlazole , potassium & sodium salts No 

Benzotrlaizole , substituted No 

Benzoyl peroxide Yes 

Benzyl alcohol No 

Benzyl chloroformate No 

Bis [p-chlorobenzoyl] peroxide No 

1 , 2-Bls (3 , 5-dl-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyhydroclnnamoyl) 

hydrazine No 

Bl8(2,4-dlchlorobenzoyl) peroxide No 

Bls(a,a-dlmethylbenzyl)peroxlde No 

2, 2-Bl8(ferrocenyl) propane No 

Bls(hydroxymethyl)oleyl oxazollne No 

2,2-Bls(4-hydroxyphenyl)4-methylpentane No 

Bls(perfluoroalkyl)bls( alpha-monochlorohy dry I) - 

pyromellltate No 

Bl8(trlphenylsllyl)chromate No 

Boron fluoride-phenol complex No 

P-Bromo-p-nltrostyrene No 

2 (and 3)-tert-Butyl-4-methoxyphenol (Butylated 

hydroxy anisole, or, BHA) No 

Butylmorphollne No 

tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate No 

tert-Butylphenyl glyddyl ether No 

Camphene No 

Campholenic aldehyde No 

Caprolactam (2-Oxohexamethylenlmlne) Yes 

Caprolactam magnesium bromide No 

Cellulose acetate hexahydrophthalate No 

Cellulose acetate phthalate No 

Chlorothlaxanthone No 

Clnnamonltrlle No 

Cresdsulfonlc add, formaldehyde condensate No 

Cumene hydroperoxide No 

a-Cumyl peroxyneodecanoate No 



GIV. 






(')• 






{')■ 






DOW. 






TX. 






VND. 






FER. 






PCI. 






MRF, 


PCI. 1 


UTC. 


FTX. 






VEL. 






TCC. 






BRI. 






EKT, 






VEL. 






CHD. 






WTK. 






FER. 






VNC. 






KLM. 


PFZ. 




JRC, 


KLM. 


PFZ. RCN. 


VND. 






EK. 






(')■ 






CQY. 






AZT. 


CAD. 


NOC, RCN 


KLM. 






VCM. 






CAD. 






ASL. 


CGY. 




CAD. 






RCN. 






('). 






ANG. 






ASL. 






HCL. 






(')• 






WTC, 






GIV. 






EKT. 


UPM. 




TX. 






AZT, 


FRE. 


NOC, RCN. 


REZ. 






SCM. 






SCM. 


VIK. 




ACS. 


BAS, 


CNP. 


(*)• 






(')• 






EK. 






PSQ. 






TNA. 






HCL. 






BTL. 


FRE. 




RCN. 


WTC 





See footnotes at end of table. 



15-9 



Section 15 

TabI* 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 19S9 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Cyanuric acid No 

Cyclic sllizane No 

Cyclohexane carbonltrlle No 

Cyclohexane dimethanol glycldyl ether No 

Cyclohexanethlol No 

2-Cyclohexene-1-octanolc acid. 5 (and 6)-carboxy-4- 

hexyl,Cj,H„04 No 

1 ,4-Cyclohexylenedlmethanol No 

Cyclohexyl methacrylate No 

Decabromodlphenyl ether (DBDP) No 

4.4-Olamlnodlphenyl ether No 

1 ,8-Dlazabicyclo (5.4.0)undecane No 

1,4-Dlazoblcyclo(2.2.2)octane No 

2.5-DI(benzoyl peroxy)-2.5-dlmethylhexane No 

DibenzoyI tartaric acid No 

2.6-DI-tert-butyl-p-cresol (BHT, or, Butylated 

hydroxytoluene No 

Dl-t-butyl diperoxyphthaUate No 

2,5-Di-ter-t-butylhydroqulnone No 

1 . 1-DI(t-butyl poroxy) cyclohexane No 

1 ,1-DI(t-butyl peroxy)-3,3,5-trlmethyl cyclohexane No 

2.4-OI-t-butyl phenyl 3,S-dl-t-butyl hydroxybertzoate .... No 

1 .3-Olchloro-5.5-dlmethylhydantoln No 

DIcumyl peroxide No 

DIcyclopentadlenylchromium (Chromocane) No 

3-Olethylamino-6-methyi-7-(2,4-dimethylanilino) 

fluoran No 

N.N'-Diethyi-N.N'-dlphenyiurea No 

DI(2-ethylhexyl)chlorendate No 

o,o-Dlethyl-o-phenyl phosphorothioata No 

2. 5-Dlhydrothlophene-1,1 -dioxide (Sulfolene) No 

2,4-Dlhydroxybenzophenone No 

2,2'-Dlhydroxy-4,4'-dlmethoxyben2ophenone No 

DIhydroxydimethyl benzophenone No 

3,5-Dlhydroxy-3,S.dlmethyl-1,2-peroxycyclopentane .... No 

Dllsopropylbenzene hydroperoxide No 

p-Dlmethoxybenzene (Dimethyl ether 

of hydroqulnone) No 

Dimethyl- 1 ,4-cyclohexane dicarboxylate No 

4.4-Dlmothyl oxazolldene No 

N.N-Dimethylphenyl urea No 

Dimethyl piperazine No 

DImorphollne diethyl ether No 

Dl-tert-octyi hydroqulnone No 

DIoxane (1 ,4-Dlothyiene oxide) No 

1 .3-Dloxolane No 

Dl-para-xylene No 

DIphenyl-t-butylhexyi phosphite No 

Diphenyllsodecyl phosphite No 

DIphenyllsooctyl phosphite No 

Dlpropyiene glycol salicylate No 

4-(Dodecyioxy)-2-hydroxybenzophenone No 

Dodecyl pyrldlnlum chloride No 

6-Ethoxy-12-dlhydro-2,2.4-trimethyi quinollne No 

5-Ethyl-1-aza-3,7-dloxablcycio (3. 3.0] octane No 

Ethyl-2-cyano-3.3-dlphenyl acrylate No 

Ethyl cyciohexyiamlne No 

2.Ethylhexyl-2-cyano-3.3-diphenyl acrylate No 

2-Ethylhexyi-1-p-dimethylamlnobenzoate No 

2-Ethylhexyl-p-methoxy cinnamate No 



MON. 
SCM. 
DUP. 
REZ. 
PAS. 

WVA. 

EKT. 

CPS. 

GTL. TNA. 

MAL. 

AlP. 

(»). 

AZT. RCN. 

CWN. 

UCC, USR. 

RCN. 

EKT. 

RCN. 

RCN. 

PER. 

BRD. 

FRE. 

('). 

ESA. 

VCM. 

VEL. 

ICI. 

PLC. 

BAS. 

BAS. 

CWN. 

RCN. 

HPC. 

ASL. 

EKT. 

ANG. EFH. 

AC. 

TX. 

TX. 

EKT. 

PER. 

PER. 

WCC. 

WTC. 

WTC. 

WTC. 

SBC. 

EKT. 

TLC. 

MON. 

ANQ. 

BAS. 

PLC. 

BAS. 

CWN, VND. 

VND. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-10 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Ethyl hydroxymethyl oleyl oxazollne No 

Ethylldlne norbornene No 

4-Ethylmorphollne No 

o-Ethylphenol No 

N-Ethyl pyrrolldone No 

Furan derivatives: 

2-Furaldehyde (Furfural) No 

Furfuryl amine No 

Furolc acid No 

Methyl furan No 

Methyl tetrahydrofuran (Methyl THF) No 

Tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol No 

All other furan derivatives No 

Glyceryl p-amlnobenzoate No 

Hexabromocyclododecane No 

Hexahydro-1 ,3.5-trls(2-hydroxyethyl)-8-trlazlne No 

Hexamethylenetetramlne. tech Yes 

Homomenthol salicylate No 

Hydrlndantin No 

Hydroqulnone, dIO-hydroxyethyl) ether No 

Hydroqulnonesulfonic acid, potassium salt No 

p-Hydroxyberaolc acid, butyl ester No 

p-Hydroxybenzolc acid, ethyl ester No 

p-Hydroxybonzolc acid, methyl ester No 

p-Hydroxy benzoic acid, propyl ester No 

N-( Hydroxy ethy I )plperaizlna No 

2-Hydroxy-4-methoxyben2ophenone No 

Hydroxymethyl-5,5-hydantoln No 

1 -Hydroxy-6-octadecyloxy-2-naphthalene carboxyllc 

acid No 

2-Hydroxy-4-n-octoxyben2ophenone No 

CK-D-p-Hydroxyphenylglyclne methyl ester K No 

1 ,2,3-lndantrione monohydrate (NInhydrIn) No 

Lactones: Yes 

Butyrolactone No 

Caprolactone No 

DIketene No 

Lead/Iron resorcylate salicylate No 

Maleic anhydride Yes 

Methoxyethyl morphollne No 

4-Methoxyphenol No 

Methylazlrldlne No 

Methylbenzene sulfonate No 

Methyl-p-benzoqulnone No 

2-Methylcyclohexylamlne No 

3-(N-Methyl-N-cyclohexylamlno)-6-methyl-7-anlllno 

fluora No 

Methyl-3,S-dl-tert-butyl-y-hydroxyhydroclnnamate No 

4-Methylmorphollne No 

4-Methylphthallc anhydride No 

1-Methyl-2-pyrrolldone, monomer No 

Methyltetrahydrophthallc anhydride No 

Methyl thio pinacolone oxime No 

Morphollne Yes 

Morphollne salt of gluconic acid No 

Morphollne salt of p-toluene sulfonic acid No 

1,2-Naphthoqulnone-2-dlazlde-5-sulfonyl chloride (215- 

sulfonyl chloride) No 

4-(2-Nltrobutyl) morphollne No 

N-Nltrosophenylhydroxylamlne salt No 



ANQ. 

UCC. 

TX. 

ASL. 

GAF. 

QKO. 

QKO. 

QKO. 

QKO. 

QKO. 

QKO. 

BRD. QKO. 

VND. 

TNA. 

ANQ. 

BOR, HMP, PUS, WCL. 

WTO. 

PIC. 

EKT. 

EKT. 

KLM. 

KLM. 

KLM, LEM. 

KLM, LEM. 

SCP. 

BRD. VND. 

BRD. 



(»). 
BAS. 
BOC. 
PIC. 

BAS, 

UCC. 

EKT. 

SHP. 

AMO, 

TX. 

ASL. 

ARS. 

EK. 

EK. 

AlP. 



ART, ASh. DKA. MON. 
EKT. 



GTL. 

CGY. 

TX. 

ICI. 

BAS. GAF. 

DIX(E). 

CED. 

AlP. BAS, DOW, TX. 

(»). 

AMB. 

ASL. 
ANG. 
MAL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-11 



Section 15 

Tabl« 15-2— Contlnusd 

Mlsc«llan«ous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales ware either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 

Nonyiphenol. alkoxylated/amlnated No 

Nonylphenol glycldyl ether No 

Octabromodlphenyl oxide No 

Octadecyl-3- ( 3 . 5-dl-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl ) - 

propionate No 

Octylmethoxy cinnamate No 

Phenethyl bromide No 

Phenol-sulfonated formaldehyde rosin No 

2-Phenoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monophenyl other) ... No 

Phenyl acid phosphate No 

Phenyldllsodecyl phosphite No 

a-D-Phenylglyclne methyl ester K No 

1-Phenyl-2-hydroxy-2-methyl-propanone-1 No 

Phenylpropanolamine No 

Phenyl xylyl ethane No 

Phosphonate ester, cyclic No 

Phthallc add, lead salt, (Dibasic) No 

Picramic acid, sodium salt No 

Pinene and derivatives: Yes 

Rnane No 

Rnane hydroperoxide No 

2-Rnanol (els and trans) No 

a-Rnene No 

P-Rnene Yes 

a-Rnene oxide No 

Rnene, sulfate No 

Rnene , wood No 

Rne oil, natural, sulfate Yes 

Rne oil, synthetic No 

Polyglycols-toluene dllsocyanate reaction product No 

Propylene glycol dibenzoate No 

Propyl gallate No 

2,4(1H,3H)Pyrlmldlnedlone No 

2-Pyrrolldone-1 -ethyl polymer with 1-eicosene No 

p-Oulnone No 

Resorclnol diglycldyl ether No 

Rosin acid salts No 

Salicylic acid, ammonium salt No 

Salicylic add magnesium salt No 

3-Sodlosulfobenzolc add No 

Stannous dioctyl phthalate (DIoctyl tin phthalate) No 

Styrene oxide No 

Succinic anhydride No 

Succinic anhydride derivatives: Y6s 

Dodecenylsuccinlc anhydride No 

Dodecylsucclnic anhydride No 

Iso-Hexadecenyl succinic anhydride No 

iso-octadecenylsuccinic anhydride No 

Nonenyisuccinic anhydride No 

Octadecenyi succinic anhydride No 

Octenyisuccinic anhydride No 

All other succinic anhydride derivatives No 

Tall oil acyl chloride No 

Tall oil, chemically modified No 

Tall oil fatty acids, polymerized No 

Tali oil monomer No 

Tali oil, Pentaerythrltoi taiiate No 

Tall oil salts (iinoieic-rosin add salts); Yes 

Calcium manganese tallate No 



TX. 

REZ. 

TNA. 

CGY. TNA. 

TMH. 

WCC. 

HCL. 

SCP, UCC. 

ALW. 

WTC. 

80C. 

CWN. 

ORT. 

HCC. 

ALW. 

ALL 

SDC. 

SCIUI. 

SCM. 

SCM. 

ARZ, SCIM. 

ARZ, NCI, SCM. 

SCM, VIK. 

ARZ, HPC, NCI. 

HPC. 

ARZ, NCI, SCM. 

ARZ, SCM. 

(')• 

VEL. 

EKT. 

SCM. 

GAF. 

EKT. 

REZ. 

GP. 

WTK. 

KLM, WTK. 

EKT. 

{')■ 

UCC. 

BCC. MIL. 

BCC, DiX, HMY. 

MIL. 

DiX. 

DiX, HMY. 

HMY. 

HMY. 

DiX, HMY. MIL. 

HMY. 

CCC, WVA. 

FOC, WVA, {'). (2). 

SHX, WVA. 

WTC. 

EFH. 

MCI. SHP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-12 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

TabI* 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identitlcatlon codes 
(according to list In table lS-3) 



Cyclic— Continued 



Tall oil saKs (linolelc-rosin acid salts)— Continued 

Cobalt manganese taliate No 

Cobalt taliate No 

Lead taliate No 

Manganese taliate No 

Zinc taliate No 

All other tail oil salts (Unoieic-rosln acid salts) No 

Tannic add, N.F No 

Terpene hydrocarbons, monocyclic (Solvenol) No 

Tetrabromobisphenoi A No 

2-tetradecylcyclohexyl aniline No 

1 ,2.3.4-Tetrahydronaphthaiene (Tetralln) No 

Tetrahydrothiophone No 

Tetrahydrothlophene-1 , 1 -dioxide (Sulfolane) No 

Tetrakis (methylene ( 3 , 5-dl-tert-butvl-4- 

hydroxyhydroclnnamate)methanel No 

4,4-Thlobl8(6-tert-butyl-o-cre80i) No 

Thiodiethylene bis ( 3 , 5-di-tert-butyl-4- 

hydroxyhydroclnnamate) No 

Thiophene No 

Tolyitriazole , potassium salt No 

1,3,5-Trlazine-(1,3.5(2H,4H,6H))-trlethanol No 

3,4.4' -Trichiorocarbanliide No 

Trlchloromeiamine No 

1,3,5-Trichioro-s-trlazlne-2,4.6-(1H,3H,5H)trlon« 

(Trichloroisocyanuric acid) No 

Trl(2.4-ditertiarybutylphenyl) phosphite No 

1 ,3,5-Trii8opropyl benzene No 

Trl(methoxymethyi) tri(stearoxymethyl) melamlne No 

Trlmethyi-1-cyciohexane No 

3,3,5-Trlmethyicyciohexanol (m-homomenthol) No 

3,5,5-Trlmethyi-2-cyciohexene-1-one (Isophorone) . . . . No 

Triphenyl phosphite No 

Trls(3.5-di-tert-butyi-y-hydroxybenzyl)lsocyanurate No 

Urea toluenesuifonate No 

1 -Vlnyl-2-pyrroildinone— other copolymers No 

1 -Vlnyl-2-pyrrolldinone-methyiacrylic acid, 

dimethylamine ethyl ester, copolymer No 

1-Vlnyl-2-pyrrolldinone, monomer No 

1 -Vlnyl-2-pyrrolldinone— vinyl acetate copolymer No 

All other cyclic chemicals No 



MCI. SHP. 

MCI, SHP. 

MCI. 

MCI. SHP. 

MCI. 

CCA, (»). 

MAL. 

HPC. NCI. SCM. 

QTL. TNA. 

EKT. 

DUP. 

PAS. 

PLC. 

CQY. 
TNA. 

CQY. 

PAS. 

(*). 

(')• 

MON. 

QFS. 

MON. OMC. 

WTC. 

EKT. 

WPG. 

ENJ. 

ARS. 

ENJ. UCC. 

WTC. 

CGY. 

NES. 

GAP. 

OAF. 

OAF. 

QAF. 

ALW. ASL, BAS. CQY, CHD. CWN. DPW. 
EK. EK. EK, HCL. KCH. MIL, MNA, 
PAC, PIC. RCN. REQ. RE2, RH, ROT. 
RSA, S, SCM, SCP, SHP, TNA, UCC, 
VIK. WAY. WTC. (»). (»), (»). (»). (»). 



Acyclic: 



Ym 



Nitrogenous compounds; Y«t 

Acetaidehyde dimethyihydrazone No 

Acetamldoethanoi (N-Acetyi-ethanoiamlne) No 

Amides : Yes 

Acetamide No 

Acrylamlde monomer No 

Acrylamlde polymer with N,N-Diethyi-N-methyl 

-2[(1-oxo-2-propenyloxy))ethanlminium sulfate ... No 

Amidoamines No 

1,1' -Azoblsformamlde No 

Behenamide No 



OIX. 
SBC. 

WTK. 

ACY. BFQ. (»). 

(*). 
PAC. 

USR. 
ASL. WTC. 



See footnotes at end of teibie. 



15-13 



Section IS 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sale* were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 19S9 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In tat>le 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Nitrogenous compounds— Continued 
Amides— Continued 
Bis (2- (octadecylamido) ethyl] -N- (2-cyeuioethyi)-N- 

ethyi ammonium ethyl sulfate No 

Chloromethyiene dimethyllminium (Amide chloride) ... No 

Coconut oil amide No 

2,2-Dlbromo-3-nitrliopropioamlde No 

N , N-Dlethyldodecanamlde No 

N,N-Dlmethylacotamide No 

N.N-Oimethylacetoacetamide No 

DImethylamlnopropyl methacryiamide No 

N.N-Dimethylformamide No 

Erucamlde Yes 

Erucyl stearamlde No 

N-N-Ethyleneblscocoamide No 

N.N'-Ethylenebis-oieamide (Oleic acid- 
ethylenedlamine condensate 

(Amine/acld ratio = 1/2) Yes 

N,N'-Ethylenebis(stearamide) Yes 

N-(Hydroxymethyl)-formamide No 

Methacryleunide No 

N-Methylacetamlde No 

Monomethyiacetoacetamlde No 

Oleamlde (Octadecene amide) Yes 

Oieoylpaimltamide No 

Oxamide No 

Stearamlde (Octadecane amide) No 

Stearyierucamlde No 

Stearyi stearamlde No 

Tallow amide, hydrogenated No 

All other amides No 

Amines : Yes 

t-Alkylamines, primary, mixed No 

Allyiamlnes : 

Aiiylamine No 

Diailylamine No 

TriiUlylamlne No 

N,N'-Bl9(2-amlno-2-methyi)propyi-1,2- 

etheme diamine No 

BIs-hexamethylenetrlamlne amine No 

Butylamines: Yes 

n-Butylamlne, mono Yes 

sec-Butylamine, mono No 

tert-Butylamine. mono No 

Dl-n-butylamlne Yes 

Dllsobutylamlne No 

TrI-n-butylamlne No 

n-Butylethylamlne No 

Di-tert-butylethyldlamine No 

DIethylenetrlamlne No 

DI-2-ethylhexylamine No 

Ollsopropylamlne No 

2,2-Dlmethyl-N-(2-aminoethyi)-1.2- 

ethane diamine No 

Dlmethylaminopropylamine No 

3-Dlmethylaminopropylamlne No 

N.N-Dlmethylbutylamlne No 

Ethylamlnes: 

DIothylamlne Yes 

Ethylamlne, mono- No 

Triethylamlne Yes 



SBC. 

CWN. 

ARC, CAD, FER. 

DOW. 

EK. 

DUP, MON. 

BRD. EKT. 

TX. 

AlP, DUP. 

ARC, SYP. WTC. 

WTC. 

WTC. 



CCW, WTC. 
CCW, WTC. 



DUP. 



SYP, WTC. 
WTC. 
C). 
WTC. 
WTC. 



CAD. 

ARS, FER, MIL, REQ. 



BRD, 

BRD, 

(»). 

BFQ, 

ARS. 

EKT. 

ARC, 

HXL, 

HML. 

SYP, 

HXL. 

WTC. 

ARC, 

ARC, 

RH. 

HCL. 
HCL. 
HCL. 



HXL 

DUP, MON. 

AlP, HCL, PAS. 

FER, PAS. 

MON. SC. 

AlP, HCL, PAS. 

AlP, HCL. 

AlP, HCL, PAS, 

AlP. 

DOW, HCL. 

TX, UCC. 

HCL. 

AlP, PAS, UCC. 

HXL. 

AlP, BAS, TX. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

AlP, HCL, PAS, UCC. 
AlP, HCL, PAS, UCC. 
AlP, HCL, PAS, UCC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-14 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Ml9c«llan«ou» ch«mlcal» for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 

Identified by monufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Acyclic— Continued 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list in table 15-3) 



Nitrogenous compounds— Continued 
Amines— Continued 

Ethylenedlamlne Yes 

(2-Ethylhexyl)amlne. mono- No 

N-Ethyl-2-methylallylamlne No 

Fatty amines No 

1 ,6-Hexanediamlne (Hexamethylenedlamlne) No 

n-Hexyiamine No 

isopropylamines: 

isopropyiamlne. mono Yes 

Methy (amines: 

DImethyiamine Yes 

Metl^ylamine, mono- No 

Trlmetliyi amine Yes 

3-Methyiaminopropylamlne No 

tert-Octyiamine No 

n-Octyiamine , mono No 

Pentaethylenehexamnine No 

Pentyiamlnes (amylamines): 

Dipentyiamine No 

Pentylamlne, mono- No 

Tripentyiamlne No 

Propylamines: 

DIpropyiamine No 

Propylamine, mono- No 

Tripropyiamino No 

Tetraethyienepentamlne No 

N,N,N'.N'-Tetramethyi-1.3-butanedlamlne No 

Tetremnethylethyienediamine No 

Triethyionediamine No 

Triethylenetetramine No 

All other amines No 

2-Aminoethanol hydrochloride No 

2-Amlnoethanol (Monoethanol amine) sulfite No 

Aminoethoxyethanoi No 

2- ( 2- Aminoethy lamino ) ethanol 

(Aminoethyiethanolamlne) No 

2-((2-Amlnoethyl)amlno] ethanol. reaction product 

with octadecanolc acid No 

2-Aminoethyi mercaptoacetate (Monoethanolamine 

thiogiycoiate) No 

2-Amino-2-ethyi-1 ,3-propanedioi No 

2-Amino-2-{hydroxymethyl)-1 ,3-propanedlol 

(Tris(hydroxymethyi)aminomethane] No 

2-Amino-2-methyi-1 .3-propanedioi No 

2-Amino-2-methyl-1-propanoi No 

2-Amino-2-methyi-1-propanol hydrochloride No 

Bls(dimethylaminoethyi) ether No 

tert-Butylamlnoethyi methacryiate No 

tert-Butyldlethanolamine No 

tert-Butyi urea No 

Carbohydrazlde No 

Choline No 

Diaiiyidimethyl ammonium chloride No 

Dl-amlne derivatives of dimer acids No 

2-Dibutyiaminoethanoi No 

Dibutyiamlnomethanoi No 

2-Diethyiaminoethanoi (N.N-Diethyiethanolamine) No 

2-(2-Diethyiamlnoethoxy)ethanoi No 



DOW, TX, UCC. 

HCL, PAS. 

HCL. 

NCI. 

DUP. MON. 

CXI, PAS. 

AlP, HCL. PAS, UCC. 

AlP, BAS, DUP. IMC, QTR. UCC. 

AlP, DUP, IMC, QTR. 

AlP, DUP, IMC. QTR. 

BAS. 

RH. 

HCL. 

DOW. UCC. 

HCL, PAS. 

PAS. 

PAS. 

AlP, HCL. PAS. 

PAS. 

AlP, PAS. 

DOW, UCC. 

UCC. 

BKM. 

TX. 

DOW. UCC. 

MON, PAC. SCP, TX. UCC. 

OMC. 

EVN. 

TX. 

DOW. UCC. 



EVN. 
ANG. 

ANG, WTK. 

ANG. 

ANG. 

CCC. 

TX. 

AAC, CPS. 

PAS. 

PAS. 

OMC. 

RH. 

CPS. (»). 

WTC 

PAS. 

{')■ 

PAS. UCC. 

UCC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-15 



Section 15 

Table 15-2— Contlnu«d 

Mlscallan«ous chamlcals for which U.S. production and/or talat war* althar raportad or astlmatad, 

Idantifled by manufacturar, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Nitrogenous compounds— Continued 
Olethylamlnoethylacrylate, dimethyl sulfate. 

quaternary salt No 

2-Dlethylamlnoethyl methacrylata No 

Diethyicsuisetmoyl chloride No 

Diethylhydroxylamlne No 

1 ,3-Dlethyl-2-thlourea No 

2-Dlisopropylamlnoethanol 

(N,N-Dilsopropylethanolamlne) No 

2-Oiisopropylamlnoethyl methacrylata No 

DImethylamlne epichlorohydrin copolymer No 

2-Dlmethylamlnoethanol (N.N- 

Dlmethylethanolcunine) No 

2- (2- ( Dlmethylamlno)ethoxy] - 

ethanol/dlmethylamlnopropylene.epoxylated No 

Dimethylaminoethyl acrylate No 

DImethylamlnoethyl acrylate, dimethyl sulfate, 

quaternary salt No 

Dlmethylaminoethylacrylate, methyl chloride, 

quaternary salt No 

DImethylamlnoethyl chloride No 

DImethylamlnoethyl methacrylate No 

Dimethylamlnoethylmethacrylate. dimethyl sulfate, 

quaternary saUt No 

Dimethylamlnoethylmethacrylate, methyl chloride, 

quaternary siUt No 

DImethylaminomethanol No 

2-Dlmethylaunlno-2-methyl-1-propanol No 

2-Dlmethyl2imlno-2-methyl-1-propanol hydrochlorido .. No 

1-(Dlmethylamlno)-2-propanol No 

DImethylamlnopropyl chloride No 

Ethanolamines: Yes 

DIethanolamlne Yee 

Monoethanolamnlne Yee 

Trlethauiolamlne Yee 

2-Ethylamlnoethanol (Ethylmonoethanolamlne) No 

1 , 1 -Ethylenedlurea No 

2-Ethylhexyl nitrate ethyl ester No 

N-Ethyl-N-hydroxyethyl-1 ,4-pentanedlamlne No 

2-Ethyl-2-nltro-1 , 3-propanedlol No 

Fatty acid, aikemoiamlne ester No 

Guanidlne hydrochloride No 

Hexamethylenediamlna adipate (Nylon salt) No 

Hexyiamine ethoxyiate No 

N-(2-Hydroxyethyi)-12-hydroxystearamlde No 

2- (Hydroxymethyl)-2-nltro-1. 3-propanedlol 

(Trls-(hydroxymothyi)nltromethane) No 

Iminodiacetic acid No 

isopropanolamines : 

Dilsopropanoiamine No 

Dimethyl Isopropanoiamine No 

Monoisopropanoiamlne No 

Trilsopropanoiamlne No 

2-lsopropylamlnoethanol No 

3-Methoxypropyiamine No 

Methylamlnoacetaidehyde dimethyl acetal 

(MAADMA) No 

2-Methylamlnoethanol (N-Methylethanolamlne) No 

Methyl ammonium chloride No 

Methyl hydrazine, mono No 

2.2'-(Methyllmlno)dlethanol (Methyldiethanoiamine) . Yes 

Methyl Isocyanate No 



CPS. 

AAC, CPS, DUP. 

QAF. 

PAS. 

PAS. 

PAS, UCC. 

DUP. 

CPS. 

AlP. PAS. TX, UCC. 

TX. 
CPS. 

CPS. 

AAC, CPS. 

SK. 

AAC. 

AAC, CPS. 

AAC. CPS. UCC. 

(M. 

ANQ. 

WPQ. 

PAS. 

SK. 



DOW, OMC, TX, UCC. 
DOW, OMC, TX, UCC. 
DOW, OMC. TX. UCC. 



SDW. 
MON, (»). 



CNE. 

CNE. 

CNE. 

PAS. 

EK. 

BUC. 

SDW. 

ANQ. 

(»). 

EK. 

DUP, 

CXI. 

CAS. 

ANQ. 
HMP. 



DOW. 
PEL. 
DOW. 
DOW. 
PAS, UCC. 
BAS. TX. 

ASL. 

PAS, UCC. 

NOD. 

OMC. 

DOW, PAS, TX, UCC. 

PDA. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-16 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 1S-2— Contlnu«d 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 

Identified by manufacturer. 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Nitrogenous compounds— Continued 

2-Methyl-2-nltro-1-propanol No 

Mixed higher glycol amine (MHGA) No 

Nitrated lard oil No 

NItrlles: Yes 

Acetonltrlle Yes 

Acrylonltrlle. monomer Yes 

Adiponltrlle No 

Aminodlmethyl butyronltrlle No 

2. 2 -Azobls( dimethyl pentane nitrlle) No 

2.2-Azobls(2-methyl butane nitrlle) No 

2.2 -Azobls(2-methylproplonltrlle) 

(Azoblslsobutyronltrlle) No 

n-Butyronltrlle No 

Cyanoacetic add (Malonic nitrlle) No 

1-(2-Cyanoethyl)ethyl urea No 

Decylnltrlle No 

3-Ethoxyproplonltrlle No 

Ethyl cyanoacetata No 

Hexadecylnltrlle No 

Isobutyronltrlle No 

Lauronltrlle (Oodecyl nitrlle) No 

3-Methoxyproplonltrlle No 

Methyl cyanoacetate No 

4-Methyl-5-hydroxymethyl Imidazole No 

2-Methyllactonltrlle (Acetone cyanohydrin) Yes 

Octadecenenltrlle (Oleonitrlle) No 

Octadecylnltrlle No 

Proplonltrlle No 

Tallow nitrlle No 

3.3-Thlodlpropionltrlle No 

Trichloroacetonltrlle No 

All other nltrlles No 

NItroethane No 

NItromethane No 

1 -NItropropane No 

2-Nltropropane No 

N-n-Octyl glucamlne No 

Semlciu-bazlde hydrochloride No 

Stearylamldopropyl dimethylamlne lactate No 

Tetraethyl ammonium bromide No 

Tetramethylammonlum chloride No 

Thiosemlcarbazlde No 

Triethanolamlne hydrochloride No 

Trlethanolamlne, sulfuric & phosphoric acid salts No 

Triethylamlne. nitric acid salt No 

Zinc bls(monoethanolamlne)dlchlorlde No 

All other nitrogenous compounds, acyclic No 

Adds, add anhydrides, and acyl halldes; Yes 

Acetic acid, synthetic (100%) Yes 

Acetic anhydride, other than recovered No 

Acrylic add Yes 

Adipic add No 

Anhydrlde-acid mixture No 

Azelaic acid No 



ANG. 

AlP 

SM. 

BKC. DUP. SOH. {'). 

ACY. DUP. MON. SC. SOH. 

DUP. MON. 

NOD. 

DUP. 

DUP. 

DUP. RON. 
EKX. 
NOD. 
GAP. 
ARC. 
DIX. 
NOD. 
ARC. 
EKX. 
ARC. 
('). 
NOD. 
SK. 

CYR. DUP. RH, SOH. 
ARC. 
ARC. 
MON. 
ARC. SHX. 
EVN. 
OMC. 

ARC. EKT. HXL. RSA. 
ANG. GON. 
ANG. GON. 
ANG, GON. 
ANG. GON. 
('). 
OMC. 
WM. 
RSA. 
RSA. 
FMT. 
WPG. 
(')■ 
{')■ 
{')■ 

ADC. ARC. EK. HXL. OMC. PFZ. REG. 
RSA. TX. UCC. (»). (»). 

AiP. ARC. BCP. DAZ. EKT. HCL, RDA. 

SC. UCC. USI. 
EKT, HCL 

BAS. HCL, RH. UCC. 
BFG. DUP. MON. 
HCL. 
SCP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-17 



Section 15 



Table 15-2— Continued 



Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 



Acids, add anhydrides, and acyl haiides— Continued 

2. 2-Bls(hydroxy-methyl) -propionic acid No 

Bromoacetic acid No 

2-Bromohexanoic acid No 

Butyric acid No 

Butyric anhydride No 

Butyryi chloride No 

Castor oil fatty acids, dehydrated No 

Chioroacetic acid, mono No 

Citric acid No 

Crotonic acid (2-Butenolc add) No 

DecanoyI chloride No 

2,2-Dichioroacetyi chloride No 

Dimer acid {Cm aliphatic dibasic acid) Yes 

Dimethyipropionic acid (Neopentanolc add) No 

DIthiodlglycoiic add No 

DIthlodiproplonic add No 

Dodecanediolc add No 

2-Ethyihexanolc add (a-Ethyicaprolc add) No 

2-Ethylhexanoyl chloride No 

Fatty acids No 

Fatty adds , hydrogenated Yes 

Fatty adds, partially hydrogenated No 

Formic acid, 90% No 

Fumaric acid Yes 

Gluconic acid, technical No 

Glycollc add (Hydroxy acetic acid) No 

Heptanoic add No 

Isoascorbic add (Erythorbic add) No 

isobutyric acid No 

IsobutyrIc anhydride No 

isobutyryl chloride No 

isononanoyi chloride No 

itaconic acid (Methyienesucdnlc add) No 

Lactic acid, 100% No 

Lauroyi chloride No 

Malic acid No 

Mercaptoacetic acid (Thioglycollc acid) No 

3-Mercaptopropionlc acid No 

Mercaptosucdnic add (Thiomaiic add) No 

Methacrylic add No 

Methanesulfonic acid No 

Methanesulfonyi chloride No 

Neo-Co-C,2 acids No 

Neodecanoic acid No 

NeodecanoyI chloride No 

NeoheptanoyI chloride No 

Nonanoic add (Pelargonic add) No 

Octanoyi chloride No 

Oleic acid No 

Oxidized Fischer-Tropsch wax No 

Paimitoyi chloride No 

PIvaloyI chloride Yes 

Polyacrylic add No 

Propionic acid No 

Propionic anhydride No 

Proplonyl chloride No 

Sebacic acid No 

Sebacoyi chloride No 



IMC. 

WCC. 

EKT. 

EKT. HCL. 

EKT. 

WCC. 

CAS 

NCC, PFZ. 

MLS, PFZ. 

EKT. 

RCN. 

RDA. 

SCP. SYL. WTC. 

ENJ. QTR. 

EVN. 

EVN. 

DUP. 

EKT, UCC. 

PPG. RCN, WTC. 

ARC, BRD, CAS. DRL. WTC. 

ARC. BRD, CAS. DRL. SHX, SYP, WTC. 

SYP, WTC. 

HCL 

MLS, MON, PFZ. 

PFZ, PMP. 

DUP. 

HCL. 

PFZ. 

EKX. 

EKT. 

SYL. 

HCL. 

PFZ. 

SC. 

RCN. 

MLS. 

EVN. 

EVN. WTC. 

EVN. 

DUP, RH. 

PAS. 

PAS. 

ENJ. 

ENJ. 

PPG, WTC. 

WTC. 

HCL, SCP. 

RCN, WCC. 

BRD, DRL. WTC. 

SQA. 

HCL 

PPG, RCN, WCC, WTC. 

BFG, BKM, RH. 

EKT, HCL. UCC. 

EKT. 

WCC. 

WTH. 

ALD. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-18 



Synthetic Organic Chemicah, 19H9 

TabI* 1S-2— Continued 

MI*c«llan«ou* chemical* for which U.S. production and/or salaa war* either reported or eatlmated. 

Identified by manufacturer. 19S9 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identltlcatlon codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 



Acids, acid anhydrides, and acyl halldes— Continued 

Sorbic add (2.4-Hexadlenolc add) No 

StearoyI chloride No 

3,3'-Thiodipropionic acid No 

Thiodlsucdnic acid No 

TrIfiuoroacetic acid No 

Trifiuoroacetic anhydride No 

Trifiuoroacetyl chloride No 

Trimer dibasic acids No 

Valeric acid No 

VaieroyI chloride No 

All other acids, acid anhydrides, and acyl haildes No 

Salts of organic acids: Ves 

Acetic acid salts: Ves 

Aluminum acetate No 

Ammonium acetate No 

Barium acetate No 

Calcium acetate No 

Cobalt acetate No 

Cobalt manganese acetate No 

Copper acetate No 

Hydrazine acetate No 

Lead acetate No 

Lead subacetate No 

Magnesium acetate No 

Manganese acetate No 

Nickel acetate No 

Potassium acetate Yes 

Sodium acetate Yes 

Sodium diacetate No 

Zinc acetate Yes 

Zirconium acetate No 

Adipic acid, ammonium salt No 

Adipic acid, sodium salt No 

Adipic dihydrazlde No 

3-Allyloxy-2-hydroxypropana sulfonic acid, sodium 

salt No 

Citric add salts: 

Ammonium citrate No 

Calcium citrate No 

Potassium citrate No 

Sodium citrate No 

DIammonium dithiodlglycoiate No 

2-Ethyihexanoic acid (aipha-Ethyicaproic acid) salts . . . Yes 

Aluminum 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Barium 2-ethylhexanoate No 

Bismuth 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Cadmium 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Calcium 2-ethyihexanoate Yes 

Cerium 2-ethylhexanoate No 

Chromium 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Cobalt 2-ethylhexanoate Yes 

Cobalt-potassium 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Copper 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Iron 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Lead 2-ethyihexanoate No 

Manganese 2-ethyihexanoate Yes 

Nickel 2-othylhexanoate No 



MNA. 




RCN. 




EVN. 




EVN. 




HOC. 




HOC. 




HOC. 




WTC. 




UCC. 




WCC. 




ARC. COC. DUP. ENJ. 


HOC, PQ, SCP, 


UCC. WCC. WTC. 




NCC. 




BKC. WTK 




BKC. 




HFT. NCC. 




SHP. 




SHP. 




BKC. 




FMT. 




BKC. 




BKC. 




BKC. EKT, SHP. 




SHP. 




SHP. 




BKC, HCP. NCC, PEL. 




ATL, BKC, BRi, DAN, 


HCP, JRC, MAL. 


NCC, UCC, ('). 




HCP, JRC. NCC. 




BKC. CCC. SHP. WTK 




CCC, TZC. 




ACS. 




FMT. 




AAC. 




PFZ. 




PFZ. 




HXL. MLS. PFZ, ('). 




BRI, HXL, MLS. PFZ. ( 


'). 


EVN. 




NOC. 




NOD, WTC. 




SHP. 




CCA. VNC. WTC. 




CCA. FER. MCi. NOD, 


vrrc. 


SHP. 




MCi. SHP 




CCA. MCI. NOD. SHP, 


TRO. 


MCi. 




MCi. NOD. 




CCA, NOD. 




CCA. NOD. SHP. 




CCA. MCI. NOD SHP, 


TRO. 


MCI. SHP, 





See footnotes at end of table. 



15-19 



Section 15 

Tabia 16-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics'' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

SeiHs of organic acids— Continued 
2-Ethylhexanolc acid (alpha-Ethylcaprolc acid) 
salts- Continued 

Potassium 2-ethylhexanoate No 

Rare earths 2-ethylhexanoate No 

Stannous 2-ethylhexanoate No 

Zinc 2-ethylhexanoate Yes 

Zirconium 2-ethylhex2uioate Yes 

All other 2-ethylhex:molc acid salts No 

Fish oil. C,«-C22 menhaden, lead salts No 

Formic acid salts: Yes 

Aluminum formate No 

Ammonium formate No 

Calcium formate No 

Sodium formate No 

Gluconic acid salts: 

Sodium gluconate No 

Glycollc acid, potassium salt No 

Qlycollc acid , sodium salt No 

Isoascorbic acid, sodium salt (Sodium erythorbate) ... No 

Tertlary-alpha-alkylcarboxyllc add salts 
(Isocarboxyllc acid salts): 

Calcium t-a-alkylC2ut>oxylate No 

Cobalt t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

Copper t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

Iron t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

Lead t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

Manganese t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

Mixed t-a-alkylcarboxyllc add salts No 

Zinc t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

Zirconium t-a-alkylcarboxylate No 

All other t-a-alkylcarboxyllc acid salts No 

lsooct2molc acid salts: 

Isoocteuiolc acid, calcium S2Ut No 

Isooctanolc acid, lead salt No 

Isooctanolc acid, mangauiese salt No 

Lactic add sadts: 

Ammonium lactate No 

Sodium lactate (Nalac) No 

All other lactic add salts No 

Laurie add salts: Yes 

Barium cadmium laurate No 

Barium laurate No 

Cadmium laurate No 

Laurie add, zinc salt No 

Tin laurate No 

All other iaurlc acid salts No 

MzUeic acid szUts: 

DIbutyitIn maieate No 

Mercaptoacetic acid (thiogiycollc acid) salts: 

Ammonium mercaptoacetate No 

Sodium mercaptoacetate No 

Neodecanolc acid salts: 

Bismuth neodecanoate No 

Calcium neodecanoate Yes 

Cobalt neodecanoate No 

Lead-cobalt neodecanoate No 



CCA, MCI, PEL, WTC. 

CCA, MCI. 

FER. 

CCA, FER, MCI, NOD. CMC. SHP. TRO, 

VNC, WTC. 
CCA. FER. MCI. NOD, TRO. 
NOD. 
ELC. 

RSA. 
WTK. 
IMC. QTR. 
PST. 

PFN, PFZ, PMP. 
HCP, JRC. 
HCP. JRC. 
PFZ. 



MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 
MCI. 



CCA. 
CCA. 
CCA. 

WM. 

BFP, PFN. 
PFN. 

FER, WTC. 

SYP. 

SYP. 

SYP. 

FER. 

n. 

WTC. 

EVN, WTC. 
EVN. 

SHP. 

FER. MCI. SHP. 

MCI. SHP. 

MCI. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-20 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 1S-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Salts of organic acids— Continued 

Neodecanolc acid salts— Continued 

Lead neodecanoate No 

Lithium neodecanoate No 

Manganese neodecanoate No 

Rare earths neodecemoate No 

Zinc neodecanoate No 

Zirconium neodecanoate No 

Octanoic-acid (capryiic acid) salts: 

Aluminum octanoate No 

Oleic acid salts: 

Calcium oieate No 

Copper oieate No 

Sodium oieate No 

Oxalic acid salts: 

Ammonium oxalate No 

Potassium oxalate Yes 

Sodium oxalate No 

Pelargonic acid, calcium salt (Calcium nonoate) No 

Phosphorodlthioic acid salts (dithlophosphates): 

Potassium dihexyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Sodium di-sec-butyi/diethyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Sodium dl-sec-butyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Sodium diethyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Sodium dihexyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Sodium diisobutyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Sodium diisopropyl phosphorodlthloate No 

Propionic acid salts: Yes 

Ammonium propionate No 

Calcium propionate Yes 

Sodium propionate No 

RIclnoleic acid salts No 

Sodlum-N-methyi-N-oleyl taurate No 

Stearic acid salts: Yes 

Aluminum stearates : Yes 

Aluminum distearate No 

Aluminum monostearate No 

Aluminum thstearate Yes 

Ammonium stearate No 

Barium stearate Yes 

Cadmium stearate No 

Calcium steeu-ate Yes 

Cobalt stearate No 

Load stearate No 

Lead stearate. dibasic No 

Lithium steeu-ate No 

Magnesium stearate Yes 

Manganese stearate No 

Potassium stearate No 

Sodium ste2U-ate No 

Strontium stearate No 

Zinc stearate Yes 

Tartaric acid salts: 

Potassium sodium tartrate No 

Thioacetic acid, potassium salt No 

All other salts of organic acids No 

Aldehydes: 

Acetaldehyde No 

Acrolein (Acryiaidehyde) No 



MCI. 
MCI. 

MCI, SHP. 
MCI. 
SHP. 
MCI. SHP. 

SYP. WTC. 

('). 

MCI. 

WTC. 

BKC. HML, WTK. 
BKC, HML. WTK. 
BKC. HML. 
SYP. 

ACY. 
ACY. 

ACY, ELC. 
ACY, ELC. 
ACY, ELC. 
ELC. 
ACY, ELC. 

KMI. 

HFT, KMI, NCC. 

HFT, NCC. 

CAS. 

WPQ. 



MAL. NOC. NOD, SYP. 

MAL, NOD, SYP. 

MAL. NOC, NOD. SYP. WTC, (») . 

WPG. 

ALL NOC, NOD, SYP. WTC. 

SYP, WTC. 

FER, MAL, NOC. NOD, SCP, SQA, SYP, 

WTC. 
MCI, SHP, 
ALL 
ALL 

NOC, WTC. 

ALL MAL, NOD, SYP. WTC. 
SHP. 
WTC. 

NOC. WTC. 
WTC. 
CCC. MAL, NOC, NOD. PLS, SCP, SYP. 

WTC. 

PFZ. 
RSA. 
EK. EKX, RSA, SDC, (»). 



EKX. HCL. 

UCC. 



See footnote at end of table. 



15-21 



Section 15 



Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Aldehydes— Continued 

Butyraldehyde Yes 

Crotonaldehyde No 

2-Ethylhexanal (a-Ethylcaproaldohyde) No 

Formaldehyde (37% HCHO by weight) Yes 

Giutaraidehyde No 

Glyoxal No 

Isobutyraldehyde No 

Proplonaidehyde No 

Valeraldehyde (Pentanal) No 

All other aldehydes, acyclic No 

Ketones: Yes 

Acetone Yes 

5-Chloro-2-pentanone No 

1-Chloroplnacolone No 

Dllsopropyl ketone (2.4-Dlmethyl-3-pentanone) No 

2-Heptanone (Methyl amyl ketone) No 

3-Heptanone (Ethyl butyl ketone) No 

4-Hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone 

(DIacetone alcohol) Yes 

Isovalerone (Dllsobutyl ketone) No 

Methyl ethyl ketone (2-Butanone) Yes 

5-Methyl-2-hexanone (Methyl Isoamyl ketone) No 

Methyl Isobutyl ketone Yes 

Methyllsopropyl ketone No 

Methylpropyl ketone No 

Methylpseudolonone No 

2-Octanone (Hexyl methyl ketone) No 

2,4-Pentanedlone (Acetylacetone) No 

3-Pentanone (Diethyl ketone) No 

Pseudolonone No 

2,6, 8-Trlmethyl-4-nonatfione 

(Isobutyl heptyl ketone) No 

All other ketones No 

Alcohols, monohydric, unsubstltuted: Yes 

Alcohols, C,, or lower, unmixed (95% or more pure): Yes 

Allyl alcohol No 

Amyl alcohols: 

2-Methyl-1-butanol No 

3-Methyl-1-butanol No 

1 -Pentanol No 

Butyl alcohols: Yes 

n- Butyl alcohol (n- Propylcarbinol) Yes 

sec-Butyl alcohol (Methylethylcarblnol) No 

tert-Butyl alcohol (Trimethylcarblnol) No 

Isobutyl alcohol (Isopropylcarblnol) Yes 

1 -Decanol No 

2.2-Dlmethylbutanol (Isohexyl alcohol) No 

1 -Docosanol (Behenyl Alcohol C22) No 

Ethyl alcohol, synthetic Yes 

2-Ethyl-1-hexanol Yes 

n-Heptyl alcohol No 

n-Hexyl alcohol No 

Isodecyl alcohol No 

Isoheptyl alcohol No 

Isononyl alcohol No 

Iso-octadecyl alcohol No 

Iso-octyl alcohol No 



BAS, 


EKX, 


HCL, 


UCC. 








EKT. 














EKX, 


UCC. 












BCP, 


BOR, 


CBD, 


DUP, 


GAP, 


GP, 1 


HCL. 


HPC. IMC 


:, MON, QTR. WCL. 




UCC. 














ACY, 


BAS. 












BAS, 


EKX, 


HCL, 


UCC. 








EKX, 


HCL, 


UCC. 










UCC. 














UCC. 














ACS, 


ART, 


ATR. 


BTL. 


DOW, 


ENJ, 


GE. 


GGC, SHC. TX 


, UCC 








SOW. 














CHQ. 














EKX. 














EKT. 














UCC. 














HCL, 


SHC, 


UCC 










EKT, 


UCC. 












ATR. 


ENJ, 


HCL, 


LYP, 


SHC, 


UCC. 




EKT. 














EKT, 


ENJ, 


SHC. 


UCC. 








EKX. 














EKT, 


UCC. 












NCI. 














UPM, 


WTH 












UCC. 














UCC. 














NCI, 


SCM. 












UCC 














EKT. 














ATR. 


FMB, 












UCC 














CPS. 














UCC 














BAS, 


CXI, 


EKX, 


GAP, 


HCL, 


SHC, 


UCC. 


VST. 












ENJ, 


SHC. 












ATR. 














BAS, 


CPS, 


EKX. 


HCL. 


SHC, 


UCC 




TNA, 


VST, 












ENJ. 














SHX. 














DOW 


', EKX 


, HCL 


., SHC 


;, UCC, usi 


, VST, 


ART, 


BAS, 


EKX, 


SHC, 


UCC 






EKX. 














TNA, 


VST 












ENJ. 














ENJ. 














ENJ. 














SHX. 














ENJ. 















See footnotes at end of table. 



15-22 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 



Alcohols, monohydric, unsubstltuted— Continued 
Alcohols, C,, or lower, unmixed (95% or more pure) — 
Continued 

Isopropyl alcohol Yes 

Methanol, synthetic Yes 

2-Methyl-1-pentanol No 

4-Methyl-2-pentanol ( 1 -Methyllsobutylcarblnol) No 

1 -Octanol No 

2-Octanol (aec-Capryl alcohol) No 

Propyl alcohol (Propanol) Yes 

2-Propyn-1 -ol (f=topargyl alcohol) No 

Undecanol (Linear C,, alcohol) No 

All other alcohols, unmixed C,, or lower 

(95% or more pure) No 

Alcohols C,2 or higher, unmixed (95% or more pure) : Yes 

Oodecyl alcohol (Lauryl alcohol) No 

1 -Hexadecanol (Cetyl alcohol) No 

Hexadodecyl alcohol No 

1-Octadecanol (Stearyl alcohol) Yes 

cls-9-Octadecen-1-ol (Oleyl eUcohol) No 

1-Tetradecanol (Myrlstyl alcohol) No 

1 -Tridecanol No 

All other alcohols, unmixed C,, or higher 

(95% or more pure) No 

Mixtures of alcohols: Yes 

Alcohol mixtures, C-,, or lower Yes 

Mixtures of alcohols, C,, and higher Yes 

All other alcohol mixtures No 

Esters of monohydric alcohols: 

Acrylic monomers, mixed No 

C,2-C,, Alcohol esters of lactic acid No 

Allyl methacrylate No 

Amyl acetates: 

Amyl acetate (n-Pentyl acetate) No 

All other amyl acetates No 

Butyl acetates: 

n-Butyl acetate Yes 

Isobutyl acetate Yes 

Butyl acrylate Yes 

sec-Butyl chloroformate No 

Butyl lactate No 

Butyl maleate No 

Butyl mercaptoproplonate No 

Butyl methacrylate No 

Butyl oleate No 

n-Butyl perchlorocrotonate No 

Cetylelcosyl methacrylate No 

Cetyl lactate No 

Chlorohydroxypropyl methacrylate No 

DIallyl maleate No 

DIbutyl maleate No 

DIdecyl adipate No 

Diethyl carbonate (Ethyl carbonate) No 

Dl(2-ethyl-1 -hexyl) maleate No 

Diethyl maleate No 

Diethyl oxalate (Ethyl oxalate) No 

Dllauryl-3.3'-thlodlproplonate Yes 



ATR, ENJ. LYP, SHC, UCC. 

AlP, BCP. DUP, EKT, GGC, HCL, LYP, 

PLC, TOC. 
UCC. 

ENJ, UCC. 
TNA, VST. 
WTH. 

EKX, HCL, UCC. 
GAP. 
BAS, ENJ. 

SHC, UCC. 

PG, TNA, VST. 

ENJ. PG. VST. 

TX. 

ENJ, PG, TNA, VST. 

SHX. 

PG, VST. 

ENJ. 

ENJ. 

BAS. ENJ, PG, SHC, TNA, VST. 
ENJ, PG, SHC, SHX, TNA. VST. 
VST, WTK. 



CPS. 








VND. 








BRD. 


CPS. 






UCC. 








RCN. 








BAS. 


EKT, 


HCL, 


UCC. 


BAS, 


EKT, 


EKX, 


HCL. UCC, 


BAS, 


HCL, 


RH, 


UCC. 


PPG, 


VCM. 






CPS. 








SCP. 








EVN. 








DUP, 


RH. 






ELC. 








MAL. 








RH. 








VND. 








AAC. 








AAC. 








ART. 


NOD. 






QCP. 








PPG. 








BRI. 1 


ZHP. 






ACY. 








{')■ 








CCW 


. EVN 


, WTC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-23 



Section 15 

Table 1S-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Esters of monohydric alcohols— Continued 

Dimethyl carbonate No 

DIoctyl maleate No 

Dlstearyl-3,3'-thlodlproplonate Yes 

Dlthiobl8(stearyl propionate) No 

Ditrldecyl maleate No 

DI(trldocyl)-3,3'-thlodlproplonate No 

Oodecylpentadecyl methacrylate No 

Dodecyl succinic lactate No 

2-Ethoxyethyl acetate No 

Ethyl acetate ( 1 00% basis) Yes 

Ethyl acetoacetate No 

Ethyl acrylate No 

Ethyl chloroformate No 

Ethyl chlorothloformate No 

2-Ethyl-1 -hexyl acetate No 

2-Ethyl-1 -hexyl acrylate Yes 

2-Ethylhexyl chloroformate Yes 

2-Ethyl-1 -hexyl methacrylate No 

Ethyl maleate, mono No 

Ethyl methacrylate No 

Ethyl silicate No 

Ethyl sulfate (Diethyl sulfate) No 

Fatty acid esters, not included with plastlclzers or 

surface active agents: Yes 

Dlisopropyl dimerate No 

Diisostearyl dimerate No 

DIoctyl dimerate No 

Docosanyl docosenoate No 

2-Ethyihexyl stearate No 

Isocetyl stearate No 

Isopropyl iinoieate No 

Isostearyl Isostearate No 

Methyl esters of coconut oH No 

Methyl esters of lard No 

Methyl esters of tallow Yes 

Methyl 12-hydroxy8tearate No 

Methyl Iso-octadecenoate No 

Methyl iinoieate No 

Methyl pentachiorostearate No 

Methyl stearate No 

Myrlstyl myrlstate Yes 

Stearyl stearate No 

Tridecyl steevate No 

All other fatty add esters, not included with 

plastlclzers surface-active agents No 

Hexyl acetate No 

Hexyl acrylate No 

Isobutyl acrylate No 

isobutyi chloroformate No 

Isobutyl isobutyrate No 

Isobutyl methacrylate No 

isodecyi acrylate No 

isodecyl mercaptoacetate No 

isodecyi methacrylate No 

isooctyl acrylate No 

Iso-octyi mercaptoacetate No 

iso-octyi-3-mercaptoproplonate No 

isopropyl acetate Yes 



See footnotes at end of table. 



PPG. 

ART, NOD, 

ACY. CCW, EVN, WTC. 

EVN. 

EFH. 

EVN. WTC. 

RH. 

SM. 

CNE, UCC. 

EKT, EKX. HCL, MON. 

EKT. 

HCL, RH. 

PPG. 

ICI. 

EKT. 

BAS, HCL, UCC. 

HCL, PPG, VCM. 

DUP. 

AAC. 

DUP. 

UCC. 

UCC. 



SBC. 

SBC. 

WTC. 

SBC. 

BRI. 

VND. 

VND. 

SBC. 

PG. 

PER. 

CHL, PER, WTC. 

CAS, WTH. 

SYL. 

HRT. 

VCM. 

CHL, WTC. 

AAC, SBC, VND. 

AAC. 

HCL, RPC, WTC. 

ALI, SCP. 

ENJ. 

CPS. 

BAS. 

PPG, VCM. 

EKX. 

RH. 

AAC, CPS. 

EVN. 

RH. 

AAC. 

EVN. 

EVN. 

EKT, HCL, UCC. 



15-24 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or eatlmalocl, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Esters of monohydrlc alcohols— Continued 

Isopropyl chloroformate No 

Isostearyl neopentanoate No 

Lauryl acrylate No 

Lauryl lactate No 

Lauryl methacrylate No 

1-Methoxy-2-ethyl acetate No 

2-Methoxyethyl acrylate No 

Methyl acetate No 

Methyl acetoacetate No 

Methyl acrylate. monomer No 

Methyl butyrate No 

Methyl chloroformate .' No 

Methyl formate No 

Methyl methacrylate, monomer Yes 

Methyl pivaloylacetate No 

Methyl sulfate (Dimethyl sulfate) No 

Myrlstyl lactate No 

Phosphorus acid esters: Yes 

Bl8(2-chloroethyl)-2-chloroethylphosphonate No 

Bl8(2-ethylhexyl)hydrogen phosphite No 

Butyl acid phosphate No 

Chloroalkyi diphosphate ester, neutral No 

ChloroalkyI phosphate ester No 

DIbutyl butylphosphonate No 

DIbutyl hydrogen phosphite No 

DIbutyl pyrophosphate No 

DIethylhexyl phosphoric acid No 

Diethyl hydrogen phosphite No 

Diethyl phosphenothlonic dichlorlde No 

Diethyl phosphorochlortdothlonate No 

Dimethyl hydrogen phosphite No 

Dimethyl methylphosphonate No 

Dimethyl phosphorldothionate No 

2-Ethylhexyl hydrogen phosphate No 

Iso-octyl hydrogen phosphate No 

Methyl dihydrogen phosphate No 

Steeu^l acid phosphate No 

Tetrakls(2-chloroethyl)ethylene diphosphate No 

Tetrakls ( 2 -chlorolsopropy I ) ethylene diphosphate 

(T-RDT) No 

TrIsdkyI phosphite No 

Triethyl phosphite No 

Trilsodecylphosphlte No 

Trllsooctyl phosphite No 

Trilsopropyl phosphite No 

Trimethyl phosphite No 

Trls(2-chloroethyl)phosphate No 

Trls(2-chloroethyl) phosphite No 

Trls-2-chloropropyl phosphate No 

Trl8(2-ethylhexyl) phosphite No 

All other phosphorus acid esters No 

Propyl acetate Yes 

Propyl chlorothloformate No 

Stearyl methacrylate Yes 

Tetraethyl orthoslllcate (Tetraethyl silicate) No 



PPQ. VCM. 

SBC, VND. 

CPS. 

VND. 

AAC, CPS, RH. 

EKX. 

CPS. 

EKT. 

EKT. 

BAS, HCL. 

PD. 

PPG. 

HCL. 

CYR, DUP, RH. 

EKT. 

DUP. 

VND. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ALW, HK. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

TNA. 

ICI, TNA. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

ICI. 

ALW. 

ALW. 

HK, 

HK. 

OMC. 



OMC. 

GE. 

ALW. 

WTC. 

ALW, 

ALW. 

ALW, 

PEL. 

ALW, 

ALW, 

ALW. 

ALW, 

BAS, 

ICI. 

CPS, 

UCC. 



OMC. 
PEL. 



AMV, AZT, COC, (»). 
EKT, HCL, RCN, UCC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-25 



Section 15 



Table 16-2— Continued 



MIscellaneout ohemleals for which U.S. production and/or sale* were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 



Acyclic— Continued 

Esters of monohydric alcohols— Continued 
Titanic acid esters: 
Bis (2- (bis (2-hydroxyethyl] amlno)ethyl] 

dllsopropyl titanate No 

Bis ( ethyl- 3-oxobutanato ) bis ( 2 -propanolato ) 

titanium No 

DI(hydroxy)bl8(ammonlumlactato)tltanlum No 

Tetrabutyl titanate No 

Tetralsopropyl titanate No 

Totrakls(2-ethylhexyl) titanate No 

Triethanolamlne titanate No 

All other titanic acid esters No 

Triethyl orthoacetate No 

Triethyl orthoformate No 

Triethyl orthoproplonate No 

Trifluoroethyl methacrylate No 

Trimethyl orthoacetate No 

Trimethyl orthoformate No 

Vinyl acetate, monomer Yes 

All other monohydric alcohol esters No 

Polyhydric alcohols: Yes 

1,2(and 1.3)-Butanedlol No 

1 ,4-Butanodlol Yes 

2-Butene-1 ,4-dlol No 

2-Butyne-1 ,4-dlol No 

3-Chloro- 1,2 -propanediol (Glycerol a-chlorohydrin) .. No 

DIbromoneopentyl glycol No 

2,2-Dlmethyl-1,3-propanedlol (Neopentyl glycol) No 

Ethylene glycol Yes 

2-Ethyl-1 ,3-hexanodlol No 

2-Ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl)-1,3-propanedlol 

(Trimethylolpropane) No 

Glycerol, synthetic only No 

1 ,6-Hexanedlol No 

2-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-methyl-1,3-propanedlol 

(Trimethylolethane) No 

Mannltol No 

3-Mercapto-1 ,2-propanedlol (Thioglycerol) No 

2-Methyl-2,4-pentanedlol (Hexylene glycol) No 

Pentaerythrltol Yes 

1 ,5-Pentanedlol No 

Propylene glycol (1 ,2-Propanedlol) Yes 

Sorbitol (70% by weight) Yes 

Trimethylolethane No 

2.2,4-Trlmethyl-1 ,3-pentanedlol No 

All other polyhydric alcohols No 

Esters of polyhydric alcohols: 

2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethyl acetate No 

2-Butoxyethyl acetate Yes 

1 ,3-Butyleno glycol dimethacrylate No 

DIethylene glycol adipate No 

DIethylene glycol, berated No 

DIethylene glycol chloroformate No 

DIethylene glycol dimethacrylate No 

2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethyl acetate No 

Ethylene carbonate No 

Ethylene glycol diacetate No 



DUP. 

DUP. 
DUP. 
DUP. 
DUP 

DUP, NOD. 
NOD. 
DUP. 
NOD. 
NOD. 
NOD. 
(') 

NOD. 
NOD. 

DUP. HCL, UCC. USI. 
BAS. COC, ENJ, MON. MRF, PAH, SDC, 
VND. (>), (»). 

HCL 

BAS, DUP, GAP. 
GAP. 

BAS. GAR. 
DIX, EVN. 
TNA. 

BAS, EKX. 

BAS, ONE, CXI, DOW, EKX, HCF, HCL, 
CMC, PDG, PLC, SHC, TX, UCC, USI. 
QKO, UCC. 

HCL 

DOW, ROT, SYP. 

BAS, CXI. 

IMC. 

ICI. 

EVN. 

SHC, 

HCL, 

BAS. 

ATR. 

BRD, 

QTR. 

EKX 

ATR, ICI, VIK. (*) 



CNE. EKT, UCC. 

ONE. EKT. UCC. 

CPS. 

CMB. HAL. 

CMC. 

PPG. 

CPS. 

EKT. 

TX 

CPS, EKT. 



UCC. 

HPC, PST, QTR. 



DOW, CMC, TX. UCC. 
EHC, HOP, ICI, PFZ, ROT. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-26 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals lor which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 

Identified by manufacturer. 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 



Esters of polyhydric alcohols— Continued 

Ethylene glycol dimercaptoacetate No 

Ethylene glycol dimethacrylate No 

Glycerldos, mixed C,4-C„ and C,e-C„, 

mono and dl- No 

Glyceryl diacetate (Diacetin) No 

Glyceryl monoacetate (Monoacetin) No 

Glyceryl monothloglycolate No 

Glyceryl triacetate (Triacetin) No 

Glyceryl tristearate No 

Hydroxyethyl acrylate No 

Hydroxyethyl methacrylate No 

Hydroxypropyl acrylate No 

Hydroxypropyl methacrylate No 

2-Methoxyethyl acetate No 

1-Methoxy-2-propyl acetate No 

Nopeopentyl glycol dicaprate No 

Pentaerythrltol stearate No 

Pentaerythrltol totrakis (3-Mercaptoproplonate) No 

Pentaerythrltol tetrastearate No 

Propylene glycol dicaprylatecaprate No 

Sucrose octa-acetate No 

Trimethylolpropane decanolc acid ester No 

Trimethylolpropane ethoxylate trlacrylate No 

Trimethylolpropane trlacrylate No 

Trimethylolpropane trl(2-mercaptoproplonate) No 

Trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate No 

Trimethylolpropane trioleate (TMP trioleate) No 

2,2.3-Trlmethyl-1 ,3-pentanodlol monolsobutyrate No 

Tripropylene glycol diacrylate No 

All other polyhydric alcohol esters No 

Polyhydric alcohol ethers: Yes 

Propylene-based polyhydric eUcohol 

ethers No 

Bls(2-butoxyethyl)ether (DIethylene glycol dl-n- 

butyl ether) No 

Bls(2-ethoxyethyl)ether (DIethylene glycol 

diethyl ether) No 

Bis (2- ( 2-methoxyethoxy ) ethyl) ether 

(Tetraethylene glycol dimethyl ether) No 

Bls(2-methoxyethyl)ether (DIethylene glycol 

dimethyl ether) No 

2-Butoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether) . . . Yes 
2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethanol (DIethylene glycol 

monobutyl ether) Yes 

2-[2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethoxy)othanol (Triethylene 

glycol monobutyl ether) Yes 

l-Butyraldehyde trimer No 

DIethylene glycol Yes 

DIfunctlonal epoxy acrylate No 

DImethoxyethane (Ethylene glycol dimethyl ether) .... No 

2-Ethoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether) . . . Yes 
2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethanol (DIethylene glycol 

monoethyl ether) Yes 

2-[2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethoxy]ethanol (Triethylene 

glycol monoethyl ether) No 

Ethylene glycol dl-trlbutyl ether No 

Ethylene glycol dl-trlethyl ether No 



CPS. 












HAL. 












HAL. 












EVN, 


WTC. 










EKT 












BRD. 












DOW. 


RH. 










RH. 












DOW. 


RH. 










AAC, 


RH. 










UCC. 












EKT. 


HTM. 










SBC. 












BRD. 












EVN. 












HPC. 












ATR. 


TX. 










HFT. 












SM. 












AAC. 












CPS. 












EVN. 












AAC. 


CPS. 










EFH. 












EKX. 












CPS. 












DUP. 


EK. GPI. SQA. TX 


. UCC 


. WM. 


(»). 












PER. 












PER. 












PER. 












PER. 












CNE. 


DOW, 


EKX. 


SHC. 


UCC. 




CNE, 


DOW, 


EKX. 


OMC, 


SHC. 


UCC. 


CNE. 


DOW, 


. UCC 








HTM. 












BAS. 


CNE. 


CXI. EKX. HCL. OMC, PDG 


SHC. TX. 


UCC. 








SQA. 












PER. 












CNE. 


EKX. 


OMC, 


UCC. 






CNE. 


EKX. 


OMC. 


UCC. 






OMC 


, UCC 










EKX. 












PER. 













See footnotes at end of table. 



15-27 



Section 15 

Table 1S-2— Contlnuttd 

Mlsc«llaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 
Identified by manufacturer, 19S9 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' identification codes 
(according to list in table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Esters and ethers of polyhydric alcohols— Continued 
Polyhydric alcohol ethers— Continued 
Ethyl ethers of tetra and higher ethylene 

glycols (high boiling) No 

Glycerol monoallyl ether No 

Glycol ethers derived from propylene oxide: Yes 

DIpropylene glycol Yes 

DIpropylene glycol monomethyl ether (3-(3- 

Methoxypropoxy)propanol) No 

Ethylene glycol dl-trl-propyl ether No 

Propylene glycol t-butyl ether No 

Propylene glycol monomethyl ether (1-Methoxy-2- 

propanol) No 

Tripropylene glycol No 

Tripropylene glycol monomethyl ether (3-(3-[3- 

methoxypropoxy)propoxy)propanol) No 

All other propylene glycol ethers 

(and propylene glycols) No 

2-[2-(Hexyloxy)ethoxy]ethanol No 

2-Methoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monomethyl 

ether) Yes 

2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethanol (DIethylene glycol 

monomethyl ether) Yes 

2-[2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethoxy)ethanol 

(Triethylene glycol monomethyl ether) Yes 

2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethyl-2-methoxyethyl ether 

(Triethylene glycol dimethyl ether) No 

Methoxypolyethylene glycol No 

Paraformaldehyde No 

Polyethoxy propoxy diethylene glycol ether No 

Poly(ethylene-butylene) glycol No 

Polyethylene glycol No 

Polyethylene glycol butyl ether, propoxylated No 

Polyethylene glycol dimethyl ether No 

Poly glycols, ethylene glycol and glycol ether, 

mixed Yes 

Polymethylvlnyl ether monoethylmaleate No 

Polyoxyalkylene glycol No 

Polytetramethylene glycol ether Yes 

Poly ether polyols based on propylene oxide: 

Polypropylene glycol No 

Polypropylene glycol butyl ether (Polypropoxy 

butyl ether) No 

Polypropylene glycol butyl ether, ethoxylated 

(Polypropoxy butyl ether, ethoxylated) No 

All other polyether polyols based on 

propylene oxide No 

Propoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monopropyl ether) .... No 

Sorbitol, alkoxylated No 

Sorbitol, ethoxylated No 

Sorbitol monostearate No 

Sorbitol, propoxylated No 

Sulfone diglycol No 

Tetraethylene glycol No 

Tetra/penta glycols, mixed No 

2,2'-Thlodlethanol (Thiodlglycol) No 

Triethylene glycol Yes 



See footnotes at end of table. 



OMC 














AAC. 














ATR, 


DOW, 


OMC, 


, TX. 








OMC 


. UCC 












EKX. 














HTM. 














CMC 














ATR. 


DOW, 


UCC. 










CMC 














HTM. 














UCC. 














CNE, 


OMC, 


UCC. 










CNE, 


DOW, 


OMC 


, UCC 








DOW 


, OMC 


, UCC 










PER, 


OMC. 












AAC, 


HCL, 


PPG, 


UCC. 








HCL. 














AAC. 














(*|. 














AAC, 


ABB, 


BAS, 


DOW, 


GAP, 


, HCL. 


OMC, 


PPG, SCP, UCC 


;. n. 


(*). 






ICI. 














DAN, 


SHX. 












CXI, 1 


HCL, UCC, (»). 








TNI. 














OMC. 














BAS. 


DUP, 


QKO. 










AAC, 


BAS, 


DOW, 


GAP, 


HCL, 


OMC 


, PPG, 


TX, 


{")■ 












('). 














BAS, 


SCP. 












ATR. 














EKX. 














('). 














BRD, 


ICI, (»). 










WTC. 














ICI. 














AAC. 














DOW, 


EKX, 


UCC. 










CNE, 


CXI. 












AAC, 


PLC. 












CNE, 


CXI, DOW, 1 


EKX. 1 


HCL, 


OMC, 


PDG, 


SHC, TX, 


UCC. 











15-28 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemical* for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or •atlmated. 
Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 



Esters of polyhydric alcohols— Continued 
Polyhydric alcohol ethers— Continued 
TrI- and tetraethylene glycol monoethyl ethers. 

borate esters No 

All other polyhydric alcohol ethers No 

Bromlnated, chlorinated and fluorlnated hydrocarbons: Yes 
Bromlnated (Including bromochlorlnated) 

hydrocsut)on8 : Yes 

1 -Bromobutane (n-Butyl bromide) Yes 

Bromochloromethano No 

Bromodecane (Decyl bromide) No 

Bromoethsuie (Ethyl bromide) No 

1 -Bromohexadecane No 

1 -Bromohexane (n-Hexyl bromide) No 

1-Bromo-3-methyl-2-butene No 

1 -Bromo-octadecane No 

1-Bromopentane (n-Amyl bromide) No 

1 -Bromopropane (n-Propyl bromide) No 

Ethylene bis tetrabrom No 

Myrlstyl bromide No 

Vinyl bromide (Bromoethylene) No 

All other bromlnated (Including bromochlorlnated) 

hydrocarbons No 

Chlorinated (not otherwise halogenated) 

hydrocarbons: Yes 

Carbon tetrachloride No 

Chlorinated paraffins (Cio-Cm) : Yes 

Chlorinated paraffins, 35-64% chlorine Yes 

Chlorinated paraffins, less than 35% chlorine No 

Chlorinated paraffins, 65% or more chlorine Yes 

1 -Chlorobuteme (n-Butyl chloride) No 

Chloroform Yes 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) Yes 

3-Chloropropene (Allyl chloride) No 

1 ,2-Olchloroethane (Ethylene dichlorlde) Yes 

2 , 3-Dlchloropropene No 

Ethyl chloride (Chloroethane) ' Yes 

2-Ethylhexy1 chloride No 

Methylene chloride (DIchloromethane) Yes 

Noophyl chloride No 

Perchloroethylene (Tetrachloroethane) Yes 

1,1 , 1 -Trichloroethane (Methyl chloroform) Yes 

1 ,1 ,2-Tr1chloroethane (Vinyl trichloride) No 

Trichloroethylene No 

1 ,2,3-Trlchloropropane No 

Vinyl chloride, monomer (Chloroethylene) Yes 

VInylldene chloride, monomer (1,1- 

Dlchloroethylene) No 

All other chlorinated (not otherwise halogenated) 

hydrocarbons No 

Fluorlnated (Including other fluorohalogenated) Yes 

hydrocarbons : 

Bromochlorodlfluoromethane No 

2-Bromo-1-chloro-1 .2.2-trlfluoroethane No 

2-Bromo-2-chloro-1,1,1-trlfluoroethane (Halothane) No 

Bromotrlfluoromethane No 



OMC. 

BAS, DOW, DUP, EKX. MIL. SCR. TX. 
UCC. WTC. 



DAZ, DOW, GTL. UCC. 

TNA. 

WCC. 

GTL. 

HMY. 

HMY. 

SD. 

HMY. 

HMY, WCC. 

DAZ. 

TNA. 

WCC. 

TNA. 



FER, HMY, TNA. 



DOW, FRO, HK. LCP. 

DVC, FER. HK. 

DVC, FER, SHC. 

DVC, FER. HK. 

ALW, UCC. 

DOW, FRO. HK, LCP. 

Dec, DOW. FRO. HK, LCP. SPD. VST. 

DOW. SHC. 

ALW. BCP, BFG, DOW, FOR. FRO, QQC. 

HK. OMC. PLC. PPQ, SHC. VST. 
SHC. 

DOW, DUP, PPQ, TNA. 
ALW. 

DOW, FRO, HK, LCP. 
TNA. 

DOW, FRO, HK, MIL. PPQ. 
DOW, FRO, PPQ. 
DOW. 

DOW. PPQ. 
DOW. 
BCP, BFQ, DOW. FOR. QQC. HK. PPQ. 

VST. 

DOW, PPQ. 



(»). 



GTL. 
HOC. 
HOC. 
DUP. GTL. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-29 



Section 15 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Bromlnated. chlorinated and fluorlnated 
hydrocarbons— Continued 

Fluorlnated (Including other fluorohalogenated) Yes 

hydrocarbons— Continued 

1-Chloro-1,1-dlfluoroethane (F-142b) No 

Chlorodlfluoromothane (F-22) Yes 

Chloropentafluoroethane No 

2-Chloro-1 ,1,1 .2-tetrafiuoroethane No 

Chlorotrlfluoroethylene (Trifluorovlnyi chloride) No 

2-Chloro-1 ,1 ,2-trlfluoroethyl methyl ether No 

Chlorotrifluoromethane (F-13) No 

Dlbromodlfiuoromethane No 

DIchlorodlfiuoromethane (F-12) Yes 

DIchlorotetrafiuoroethane (F-1 14) No 

DIchloro-trifluoroethane (F-1 23) No 

1 , 1 -DIfluoroethane No 

IHexafluoropropylene, monomer No 

1 -lodoperfluorohexane No 

Polytetrafluoroethylene ethyl Iodide No 

1 ,2,2,2-Tetrafiuoroethane No 

Tetrafiuoroethylene (F-1 114) No 

Tetrafluoromethauie (F-14) No 

Trichlorofluoromethane (F-1 1 ) Yes 

Trichlorotrlfluoroethane (F-1 13) No 

Trifluoropropene No 

Vinyl fluoride, monomer No 

VInylldene fluoride, monomer No 

All other fluorlnated (Including other 

fluorohalogenated) hydrocarbons No 

Other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals: Yes 

lodinated (not otherwise halogenated) hydrocarbons: 

Dllodomethane (Methylene Iodide) No 

Ethylhexyl Iodide (lodoethyl hexane) No 

lodobutane No 

lodoethane (Ethyl Iodide) , non-medical No 

lodomethane (Methyl Iodide) No 

All other lodinated (Not otherwise halogenated) 

hydrocarbons No 

2-(Acetoacetoxy)ethyl methacrylate No 

Acetylacetonates: 

Aluminum acetylacetonate No 

Titanium acetylacetonate No 

All other acetylacetonates No 

Acyclic peroxides: Yes 

Acetylacetone peroxide No 

tert-Amyl hydroperoxide No 

2-Butanone peroxide (MEK peroxide) Yes 

n-Butyl-4,4-bls[t-butylperoxyl valerate No 

tert-Butyl hydroperoxide No 

tert-Butyl peroxide (Dl-tert-butyl peroxide) Yes 

tert-Butyl peroxyacetate No 

tert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate No 

tert-Butyl peroxylsobutyrate No 

tert-Butyl peroxylsopropylcarbonate No 

tert-Butylperoxy maleic acid No 

tert-Butyl peroxyneodecanoate No 

tert-Butyl peroxyplvalate Yes 



DUP, LRO, PAS, RCN. 
DUP. 
HOC. 



DUP, LRO, PAS, RCN. 
DIX, DUP, PAS. 



PAS. 

ACS, DUP, URO, PAS, RCN 

GTL. 

SCM. 

ACS. 

OH. 

DUP. 

GTL. 

ACS, 

ACS, 

DIX, 

DUP. 

DUP. 

DUP. 

m. 

HOC 

DUP. 

DUP. 

ACS, 

ACS, 

HOC. 

DUP. 

PAS. 

DUP, HOC, REG. 



DPW. 
RSA. 
RSA. 

DPW, RSA. 
RSA. 

DPW, RSA. 
EKT. 

MCK. 
NOD. 
MCK. 

CAD. 

WTC. 

CAD. FRE, NOC, RCN, WTC. 

RCN. 

ATR, 

AZT, 

AZT, 

RCN, 

RCN. 

RCN. 

PAS. 

RCN, 

AZT. 



AZT, FRE, RCN. 
RCN, WTC. 
RCN. 
WTC. 



WTC. 
RCN, WTC. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 1S-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated. 

Identified by manufacturer. 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In fab/e J 5-3; 



Acyclic— Continued 

Other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals— Continued 
Acyclic peroxides— Continued 

DecanoyI peroxide No 

Dl( sec-butyl Iperoxydlcarbonate No 

DI-(2-ethylhexyl) peroxydlcarbonate No 

DllsononanoyI peroxide No 

2,5-Dlmethyl-2,5-dl(tert-butylperoxy)hexane No 

2.5-Dlmethyl-2,5-dl(tert-butylperoxy)hexyne-3 No 

2,5-Dlmethyl-2.5-d1 (2-ethylhexanoyl peroxy) 

hexane No 

Ethyl 3,3-dl(t-butyl peroxy) butyrate No 

LauroyI peroxide No 

Peroxy acetic acid (Peracetic acid) No 

Succlnyl peroxide No 

Tertiary amyl per-2-ethylhexanoate No 

Carbon disulfide No 

Chromium octanoate, activated, catalyst No 

Cobalt boroacyiate No 

1 ,3-Dlchloro-2-propanol No 

Epoxides, ethers, and acetals: Yes 

Bi8(2-chloroethyl)ether (DIchlorodiethyl ether) No 

Butylene oxide No 

Butyl vinyl ether No 

1 -Chloro-2-methoxyethane No 

Chioromethyl methyl ether No 

2,2-Dichioro-1 ,1-difluoroethyl methyl ether No 

DIethoxyethane No 

Dimethyl sulfone No 

Epichiorohydrin No 

Ethylene oxide Yes 

Ethyl ether No 

Ethyl vinyl ether No 

Glycldol (2,3-Epoxy-1-propanol) No 

Qlycldyl ethers: Yes 

Alkyl glycidyl ether, C,j-C,. and C,,-C,, No 

Alkyl glycidyl ethers, C,-C,o No 

1-(Aiiyloxy)-2,3-epoxypropane (Aliyl glycidyl 

ether) No 

1 .4-Butanedlol diglycldyl ether No 

1-Butoxy-2,3-epoxypropane (Butyl glycidyl 

ether) No 

tert-Butyl glycidyl other No 

DIbromoneopentyl glycidyl ether No 

Glycidyl decanoate No 

Neopentyi glycol diglycldyl ether No 

Poiyoi glycidyl ether No 

Hexadecylsuifonyl chloride No 

isopropyi ether No 

Methyiai (Dimethoxymethane) No 

Methyl ether (Dimethyl ether) No 

Methyl vinyl other No 

Propylene oxido No 

1,1,3, 3-Totramethoxypropane No 

All other epoxides, ethers, acetals No 

Ethyl succlnyl chloride No 

Fats and oils, chemically modified: Yes 

Brominated vegetable oil No 



RCN. 

RCN. 

RCN, WTC, 

RCN. 

RCN. 

RCN. 

RCN, WTC. 

RCN. 

RCN. 

FMB. 

RCN. 

WTC. 

PAS. 

A AC. 
ARS. 

BKM. 

DOW. 

GAF. 

HIL. 

RH. 

OH. 

WPG. 

CRZ. 

DOW, SHC. 

BAS. ONE, DOW, EKX, HCL. OMC. PI.C, 

SHC, SUN. TX, UCC. USI. VST. 
EKX. USI. 
GAF. 
DIX. 

REZ. 
REZ. 

AAC, CPS. 
REZ. 

CPS, REZ. 

CPS. 

REZ. 

EN J. 

REZ. 

REZ. 

EKT. 

ENJ, SHC. 

HCL. 

AlP. 

GAF, UCC. 

ATR, DOW. 

GAF, NOD. 

UCC, VIK, (»). 

CWN. 

DOM. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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Section 15 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals— Continued 
Fats and oils, chemically modified— Continued 

Castor oil, hydrogenated No 

Castor oil, polymerized No 

Chlorinated fatty materials No 

)-lydrogenated menhaden fish oil No 

Hydrogenated tallow giycarides No 

Sulfurized com oil No 

Vegetable giycerides. hydrogenated No 

All other fats and oils, chemically modified No 

Hydrocarbons: 

n-Decane No 

Diisobutyiene Isomers No 

n-Dodecane No 

Hexadecane No 

Myrcene No 

n-Nonane No 

n-Octadecane No 

n-Octane No 

All other hydrocarbons No 

2-Mercaptoethanol No 

Methyl sulfoxide (Dimethyl sulfoxide) No 

Octadecsuioic acid, 2-(1-carboxyethoxy)-1-methyi-2- 

oxoethyl ester, sodium salt No 

Organo-aluminum compounds: Yes 
Aluminum dl-sec-butoxide acetoacetic ester 

chelate No 

Aluminum dlisopropoxide acetoacetic ester chelate . . No 
Aluminum (1 ,3-butanedialato(2)-0,0'] (ethyl-3- 

oxobutanoato - 0" , O'-dihydroxy T-4 No 

Aluminum ethyl-3-oxobutanoato-0',0'-dihydroxy T-4 No 

Aluminum isooctoxide, dlisopropoxide No 

Aluminum isopropoxide (Aluminum isopropylate) .... No 

Aluminum tri-sec-butoxide No 

Diethylaluminum chloride No 

Diethyl aluminum ethoxide No 

Diethylaluminum iodide No 

Dlisobutylaiuminum chloride No 

Diisobutylaiumlnum hydride No 

Dl-n-propylalumlnum chloride No 

Ethylaluminum dichioride No 

EthylsUuminum sesquichioride No 

Isobutyialuminum chloride No 

Isopropenyiaiuminum No 

Methyialuminum sesquichioride No 

Oxoalumlnum isopropoxide No 

Oxoalumlnum stearate No 

Oxy-aluminum octemoate No 

Polyoi aluminum chelate No 

Tri-n-butylaiuminum No 

Triethyialuminum No 

Tri-n-hexyl aluminum No 

Triisobutylalumlnum No 

Trimethyialuminum No 

Tri-n-octylaluminum No 

Tri-oxyaluminum tri-lsopropoxide No 

All other organo-aluminum compounds No 



CAS. 

CAS. 

FER. 

CHL, WTC. 

CHL, WTC. 

SM. 

8RD, WTC. 

ARC, CAS, CHL, CJO. 

HMY, PLC. 

HTM, NCI. 

HMY, PLC, 

HMY. 

SCM. (»). 

HMY. 

HMY. 

HMY, PLC. 

DUP, HMY. WTK. 

AAC, MRT, PLC. 

GAY. 

WTC. 



CHT. 
CHT, KCH. 

CHT. 
KCH. 
KCH. 

CHT, KCH. 
CHT. 

TNA, TSA. 
TSA. 

TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TSA. 

TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TSA. 
CHT. 
KCH. 

CHT, KCH. 
KCH. 
SQA. 

TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
TNA, TSA. 
CHT. 
KCH. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



15-32 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 

Table 1S-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chemicals lor which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 
Identllled by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics' 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals— Continued 
Organo-boron compounds: 

Boric acld-amlne adducts 

Boron trlchlorlde-amlne complex (DY 9577) 

DIethanolamlne-borate 

N-Methyl-methanamlne with borane (1:1) 

2-Methyl-2-propanamlne with borane(1:1) 

Mixed alcohol borates 

Triethylborane 

Triethyl borate 

Trlmethoxyboroxine 

Trimothyl borate 

N.N.N-Trlmethyl methanamlnlum octahydrotriborate 

All other organo-boron compounds 

Organo-llthlum compounds: 

n-Butyllithlum 

sec-Butylllthlum 

Lithium hydroxystearate 

Organo-magneslum compounds: 

Butyl ethyl magnesium 

n-Butyl magnesium chloride 

Dl-n-butylmagnoslum 

Dl-n-hexyl magnesium 

Magnesium methylate 

Organo-slllcon compounds: 

N-Amlnoethylamlnopropyl trimethoxysllane 

Q-Chloropropyltrichlorosllane 

Chloropropyltrlmethoxysllane 

Chlorotrlmethylsllane 

DIchlorodlmethylsllane 

DIchloromethylsllane 

DIchloromethyMnylsllane 

Dllsobutyl dimethoxychloro sllane 

DIvlnyl tetramethyldlslloxana 

Or -Glycldoxypropyltrlmethoxy sllane 

Hexamethyldlsllazane 

Hexyltrlchlorosllane 

Isobutyltrimethoxysllane .... 

Mercaptopropyltrimethoxysllane 

a-Methacryloxypropyltrlmethoxysllane 

Methyltrlmethoxysilane and polymethyltrlslloxane .... 

N-Octyltrlethoxy sllane 

Polyoxyalkene silicones 

Silicone fluids 

Trichloromethylsllane 

Trichloropropylsllane 

Trichlorovlnylsllane 

Trl8(2-methoxyethoxy)vlnyl sllane 

Trls(pentamethyldlslloxanyl)-3- 
methacrylatopropylsllane 

VInyltrlethoxysllane 

Vinyl trimethoxy sllane 

All other organo-slllcone compounds 

Organo-tin compounds: 

DIbutyltIn bls(butylmaleate) 

DIbutyltIn blsjlsooctylmercaptoacetate) 

DIbutyltIn bls(mercaptolaurate) 

DIbutyltIn dichlorlde 

DIbutyltIn oxide 

DImethyltIn dichlorlde 

See footnotes at the end of table. 



No 


FER. 




No 


ASL. 




No 


EFH. 




No 


{')■ 




No 


('). 




No 


(')• 




No 


('). 




No 


ADC. 




No 


('). 




No 


MHI. 




No 


{')■ 




No 


ASL. 


HCL. TSA. USB, (»). 


No 






No 


FTE. 




No 


FTE. 




No 


WTC. 




Yes 






No 


TSA. 




No 


(»). 




No 


TSA. 




No 


TSA. 




No 


SOI. 




No 


DCC, 


NOD. 


No 


DCC. 




No 


DCC, 


NOD. 


No 


DCC. 




No 


DCC. 




No 


DCC. 




No 


DCC. 


SCM. 


No 


NOD. 




No 


NOD. 




No 


DCC, 


NOD, UCC. 


Yes 


DCC. 


NOD, SCM. 


No 


SCM. 




No 


NOD. 




No 


NOD. 


UCC. 


No 


UCC. 




No 


DCC, 


UCC. 


No 


SCM. 




No 


UCC. 




Yes 


DCC, 


SPD. SWS, UCC. 


No 


DCC. 




No 


DCC. 




No 


DCC, 


SCM. UCC. 


No 


NOD. 




No 


('). 




No 


NOD. 


UCC. 


No 


NOD. 




No 


ARO. 


NOD, SCM. UCC. (»). 


Yes 






No 


CCA. 




No 


WTC, 


('). 


No 


('). 




No 


WTC, 


('). 


No 


{')■ 




No 


WTC. 





15-33 



Section 15 

Table 15-2— Continued 

Miscellaneous chennlcals for which U.S. production and/or sales were either reported or estimated, 

Identified by manufacturer, 1989 



Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 



Separate 
statistics^ 



Manufacturers' Identification codes 
(according to list In table 15-3) 



Acyclic— Continued 

Other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals- Continued 
Organo-tin compounds— Continued 

DImethyltln-IOTG No 

Ester tin mercaptoesters No 

Monomethyl tin No 

Organotin mercaptldes No 

Tin carboxyiate No 

All other organo-tIn compounds No 

Porchloromethanethlol (Perchloromethyl mercaptan) . . No 

Perfluoroalkyi polyether No 

Perfluorothiols, C.-Cjo. gamma-omega No 

Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) Yes 

Pine oil, synthetic No 

Polyalphaoleflns No 

Polyhexafluoropropylene oxide No 

Polymethacryllc acid esters No 

Potassium 2-methyl-2-butanol No 

Potassium 2-methyl-2-propanol No 

Sodium methoxide (Sodium methylate) No 

Tetrahyroalioocimene hydrochloride No 

Thioethanoi, sodium salt No 

Trifluoroethanol No 

ZlrcosUumlnate compounds No 

Ail other miscellaneous acyllc chemicals Yes 



Mixtures not specifically Itemized: Yes 
Alcohols, monohydric, and their esters, C, and 

higher No 

Butyl formcel No 

Celtone No 

Fatty acid residues Yes 

Gluconic acid and salts, mixed No 

Glycol residues No 

Methyl formcel No 

Oxidate light ends No 

Oxo process bottoms No 

Propionic blends No 

All other mixtures not specifically Itemized Yes 



WTC. 

CCA. 

WTC. 

CCA, CCW. 

PER. 

SCM, (*). («). 

iCI. 

DUP. 

CGY. 

DUP, ICI. OMC, PPG, VDM. 

NCI. 

USI. 

DUP. 

DUP. 

HK. OMC. 

NCI 

BAS. 

HOC. 

KCH 

ABB, ASL, CGY, EK, EKT, GPI, HMP, 
NOD, PAH. PIC. RCN, RSA, SCP, SHX, 
TCC, TNA, TSA, USR. (»), (»), (*). 



EKX. 

HCL. 

HCL. 

DRL, 

PMP. 

OMC. 

HCL, 

HCF. 

CXI. 

HCL 

BAs! CGY, DUP, HCL, MON, NES, WAY. 



SHX, SYP. WTC. 
NOD. 



< Chemicals for which separate statistics are reported In this section are indicated by 'yes.' Chemicals for which 
data are accepted In confidence and may not be published are indicated by 'no.' 

' The manufacturer did not consent to his identification with the designated products. 
Source: Compiled from data received in response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



15-34 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



TabiA 15-3 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



AAC Alcolac, Inc. 

ABB Abbott Laboratories 

AC AC & S. Inc. 

ACS Allied Signal Inc. , Engineered Material 

Sector 

ACY American Cyanamid Co. 

ADC Anderson Development Co. 

AlP Air Products & Chemicals. Inc. 

ALD Aldrlch Chemical Co. , Inc. 

ALI Anzon, inc. 

ALW Albright & Wilson, inc. 

AMB American Bio-Synthetics Corp. 

AMO Amoco Corp. 

AMV Amvac Chemical Corp. 

ANG Angus Chemical Co. 

ARC Akzo Chemicals, Inc. 

ARO Arnco 

ARS Arsynco, inc. , Sub. DIv of Aceto Corp. 

ART Arlstech Chemical Corp. 

ARZ Arizona Chemical Co. 

ASH Ashland Oil. Inc. 

ASL Speclaitychem Products Corp. 

ATL Atlantic Industries, Inc. 

ATR Atlantic Richfield Co. , Arco Chemical 

Co. 

AZT Catalyst Resources, inc. 

BAS BASF Corp. 

BCC Buffalo Color Corp. 

BFG B.F. Goodrich Co. 

BFP Amerlcein Ingredients Company 

BKC J. T. Baker Chemical Co. 

BKM Buckman Laboratories, inc. 

BOC Blocraft Laboratories , Inc . 

BOR Borden, inc. , Packaging & Indus. Prod. 

DIv. 

BRD Lonza, Inc. 

BRI Sedgefled Specialities 

BTL BTL Specialty Resin Corp. 

BUC Synaiioy Corp. . Biackman Uhler 

Chemical Div. 

CAD Akzo Chemicals, Inc. 

CAS Caschem, Inc. 

CBD Chembond Corp. 

CCA Akzo Chemicals, Inc 

CCC C.N.C. international. Inc. 

CCW Morton international. Inc., 

Speciality Chemicals Group 

CED Cedar Chemical Co. 

CGY Ciba-Gelgy Corp. 

CHD Chomdesign Corp. 

CHG Mobay Chemical Corp . , Agricultural 

Chemicals DIv. 

CHL Chemol. Inc. 

CHP C. H. Patrick & Co.. Inc. 

CHT Chattem. Inc. 

CJO C.J. Osborn Chemical, inc. 

CMB Cambridge Industries Co. 



CNE Oxy Petrochemicals, inc. 

CNP DSM Chemicals. North America 

COC Columbia Organic Chemicals Co. . inc. 

CPS CPS Chemical Co. , inc. 

CRZ James River II Corp. 

CWN Upjohn Co. , Fine Chemicals 

CXI Chemical Exchange industries, Inc. 

CYR CYRO Industries 

DAN Dan River Inc. , Chemical Products DIv. 

DAZ DIaa Chemical Corp. 

DCC Dow Corning Corp. 

DIX Dixie Chemical Co. , Inc. 

DKA Mobay Synthetics Corporation 

DOM Dominion Products, Inc. 

DOW Dow Chemical Co. 

DPW Deepwater. Inc. 

DRL Unlchema North America 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co., inc. 

Automotlves Products Dept. 
Chemicals & Pigments Dept. 
PetrochemlCcUs Dept. 
Polymer Products Dept. 
DVC Dover Chemical Corp. Sub. of ICC 

Industries. Inc. 

EFH E. F. Houghton & Co. 

EHC Ethichem Corp. 

EK Eastman Kodak Co. : 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 

EKX Texas Eastman Co. Div. 

ELC Eico Corp, Sub. of Detrex Chemical 

Industries, inc. 

ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 

ESA East Shore Chemical Co. 

EVN W. R. Grace & Co., Organic Chemicals 

DIv. 

Evans Chemetics 

FER Ferro Corp.: 

Bedford Chemical Div. 
Grant Chemical Div. 
Keil Chemical DIv. 

FMB FMC Corp. . Chemical Products Group 

FMT Falrmount Chemical Co. . Inc. 

FOC Handschy Industries. Inc. , ink and 

Chemical DIv. 

FOR Formosa Plastics Corporation Louisiana 

FRE Freeman Chemical Corp. 

FRO Vulcan Materials Co. . Chemicals DIv. 

FTE Cyprus Foots Mineral Company 

FTX FInetex. Inc. 

GAF GAP Corp. . Chemical Group 

GAY Gay lord Chemical Corp. 

GE General Electric Co. . Specialty 

Chemical Group 

GFS GPS Chemical, inc. 

GGC Georgia-Gulf Corp. : 

Plaquemlne DIv 
GIV GIvaudan Corp 



See footnotes at the end of table. 



15-35 



Section 15 

Table 15-3— Continued 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name of company 



Code 



Name of company 



GON W.R. Grace & Co. , Organic Chemicals 

DIv., Nitroparafflns 
GP Georgia-Pacific Corp., Resins 

Operations 

GP! Grindsted Products. Inc. 

GTL Great Lal<e8 Chemical Corp. 

HAL C. P. Hall Co. 

HCC Hatco Chemical Corp. 

HCF Cape Industries 

HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp: 

Chemical Group Inc. 

Fibers Industrial Division 

Fine Chemicals Division 

Sou-Tex Works 

HCP Honig Chemical & Processing Corp. 

HFT Syntex Agribusiness, inc. 

HIL Hilton Davis Company 

HK Occidentlai Chemical Corp. . ED & S 

DIv. 

HML Hummel Crofton, Inc. 

HMP W. R. Grace & Co. , Hampshire 

Chemicals DIv. 

& Organic Chemicals DIv. 

HMY Humphrey Chemical Co. 

HOC Halocarbon Products Corp. 

HOF Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. 

HPC Hercules. Inc. 

HRT Hart Products Corp. 

HTM Haltermann Ltd. Co. 

HXL Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical 

Products 
iCI ICl Americas, Inc. : 

Agricultural Chemical DIv. 

Rubicon, inc. 

Speciedty Chem DIv. 
IMC IMC Rtman-Moore industrial Chemicals 

DIv. 

JRC Jarchem Industries, Inc. 

KCH Manchem, inc. 

KLM KsUama Chemical, Inc. 

KMI Kemin Industries, Inc. 

LCP LCP Chemicals - West Virginia, Inc. 

LEM Napp Chemicals, inc. 

LRO Laroche Chemicals, inc. 

LYP Lyondeii Petrochemical Co. 

MAL Maiiinckrodt, inc. 

MCI Mooney Chemicals, inc. 

MCK MacKenzie Chemical Works, Inc. 

MHI Morton international. Inc. , 

Ventron Division 

MIL Mliiiken & Co., Milllken Chemical DIv. 

MLS Miles, Inc., Biotechnology 

Group 

MNA Monsanto Agricultural Co. 

MON Monsanto Co. 

MRF Morflex Chemical Company, inc. 



MRT Morton International, inc. , Speclaltys 

Chemical 

NCC Niacet Corp. 

NCI Union Camp Corp. , BBA DIv. 

NCI Union Camp Corp. 

NES Ruetgers-Nease ChemiceU Co. 

NOC Norac Co. , inc. Mathe DIv. 

NOD Huis America, inc. 

OH Anaquest 

OMC Oiin Corp. 

ORT Roehr Chemicals, inc. , DIv. of Aceto 

Corp. 

PAC Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp. 

PAH Parish Chemical Co. 

PAS Atochem North America, inc. 

PCI Piedmont Chemical Industries, Inc. 

PD Parke-Davis, DIv. of Warner-Lambert 

Co. 

PDG P.D. Glycol 

PEL Pelron Corp. 

PFN Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc. 

PFZ Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 

PG Procter & Gamble Co. , Procter & 

Gamble Mfg. Co. 

PIC Pierce Chemical Co. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co. 

PLS Plastics Engineering Co. 

PMP PMP Fermentation Products, Inc. 

PPG PPG industries. Inc. 

PSQ PMC, Inc., PMC Specialities Group, 

Inc. 

PST Perstorp Polyois, Inc. 

QCP Quaker Chemical Corp. 

QKO QO Chemicals, inc. 

QTR Questra Chemical, Corp. 

RCN Racon, Inc. 

RDA Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. 

REG Regis Chemical Co. 

REZ Hl-Tek Polymers, inc. 

RH Rohm & Haas Co. 

RPC Colloids, inc. , Lyndal Division 

ROT Roquette Corporation 

RSA R.S.A. Corp. 

S Sandoz Chemical Corp. 

SBC Scher Chemicals, inc. 

SC Sterling Chemicals, inc. 

SCM SCM Corp.. PCR, Inc., & 

Glldco Organlcs 

SCN Schenectady Chemicals, Inc. 

SCP Henkel Corp. 

SD Sterling Drug, Inc. : 

Sterling Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 

SDC Sandoz Chemicals Corp. 

SDW Sterling Drug, inc. Sterling Organlcs 

DIv. 

SHC Shell Chemical Co. DIv. 

SHP Shepherd Chemical Co. 



See footnotes at the end of table. 



15-36 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table 15-3— Continued 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: 



Directory of manufacturers, alphabetical by code, 1989 



Code 



Name ot company 



Name ol company 



SHX Sherex Chemical Co. , Inc. 

SK SmKhkllne Beecham Chemicals 

SM Mobil OH Corp.: 

ChemlceU Products DIv. 

SOH BP Chemicals. Inc. 

SOI Speciality Organlcs, Inc. 

SPD General Electric Co., Silicone 

Products DIv. 

SQA Sequa Chemicals, Inc. 

SUN Sun Co., Inc. 

SWS Wacker Silicones 

SYL Arizona Chemical Co. 

SYP Synthetic Products Co. 

TCC Sybron ChemicaUs. Inc. 

TLC Twin Lake Chemical, inc. 

TMH Macros Chemicals, Inc. 

TNA Ethyl Corp. 

TNI Gillette Chemical Co. 

TOC Tenneco OH Co. 

TRO Troy Chemical Corp. 

TSA Texas Alkyls , Inc . 

TX Texaco Chemical Co. 

TZC Magnesium Elektron, Inc. 



UCC Union Carbide Corp. 

UPM UOP, inc. 

USB U.S. Borax & Chemical Corp. 

USI Quantum Chemical Corp. , USi DIv. 

USR Unlroyal, inc. , Uniroyal Chemical DIv. 

UTC Unitex Chemical Corp. 

VCM Vanchem. inc. 

VDM Van De Mark Chemical Co. , Inc. 

VEL Velsicoi Chemical Corp. 

VIK M a. T Chemical 

VNC Vanderbllt Chemical Corp. 

VND Van Dyk, DIv. of Maiiinckrodt . inc. 

VST Vista Chemical Co. 

WAY OHn Hunt Specialty Products, Inc. 

WCC White Chemical Corp. 

WCL Wright Chemical Corp. 

WM Index Chemical Co. 

WPQ West Polnt-PeppereH. inc. , Grifftex 

Chemical Co. Sub. 

WTO WHco Chemical Corp. 

WTH Union Camp Corp. , Chemical Division 

WTK Heico Chemicals , Inc . 

WVA Westvaco Corp. 



Note.— Complete names, telephone number, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In app. A. 
Source: Complied from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. international Trade Commission. 



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APPENDIX A 
DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS 



Appendix A 

Table A-1 

Synthetic oroanic chemicals aiphabetlcal directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic orgsmic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetlcsUly. together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report! 

Identl- 

flcstlon Telephone 

code Name of company number Office address 



AEP A a. E Rastio tnc 818-968-3801 

AC AC&S. Inc 304-755-9275 

ABB Abbott Laboratories 312-937-3452 

ILI Acme Steel Co 708-849-2500 

ACQ Adco Chemical Co 201-589-0880 

AlP Air Products & Chemicals. Inc 215-481-4911 

AJY A]ay Chemicals. Inc 404-943-6202 

AJI Allnomoto USA, Inc 201-488-1212 

ARC Atao Chemicals, Inc 312-906-7500 

CCA Akzo Chemicals. Inc 312-906-7500 

CAD Akzo Chemicals. Inc 312-906-7500 

FRP Akzo Coatings. Inc 912-367-3616 

REL Akzo Coatings, Inc 502-459-91 10 

AKZ Akzo Coatings. Inc 502-459-91 10 

HAN Akzo Coatings. Inc 614-294-3361 

lOV Akzo/lovtte. Inc 708-481-8900 

ALW Albright & Wilson, Americas. Inc 804-550-4300 

ALC AIco Chemical Corp 615-629-1405 

AAC Alcolac. Inc 301 -859-4900 

ALD Aldrich Chemical Co. . Inc 414-273-3850 

ALE Alex Chemical Co 717-462-3500 

ACH Alico Chemical Corp 214-733-6841 

ALG Allegheny Chemical Corp 814-772-3965 

ALL Alliance Chemical, Inc 201-945-5400 

BME Allied Slgnal-Bendlx. Corp 518-270-0200 

Friction Materials Olv. 

ACS Allied Signal Inc: 

Engineered Materials Sector 201-455-4911 

Engineered Plastic DIv 201-455-3100 

High Density Polyethylene Business 504-775-4330 

ALX Alox Corp 716-282-1295 

APH Alpha Corporation of Tennessee 901-853-2450 

ALP Alpha Laboratories, Inc 303-756-1338 

HES Amerada Hess Corp. (Hess OH 201-750-6000 

Virgin Island Corp.) 

AMB American Blo-Synthetlcs Corp 414-384-7017 

ACY American Cyanamid Co 201-831-2768 

BFP American Ingredients. Co 816-561-9050 

API American Polymers, Inc 508-987-0144 

ASY American Synthetic Rubber Corp 502-449-8300 

SPO Ameripol Synpol Co. , DIv. of 216-762-4442 

Unlroyal Goodrich Tire Co. 

HVG Ametek. Inc. . Haveg DIv 302-995-0400 



14505 Proctor Ave. Industry. CA 91749. 
P.O. Box 335. NItro. WV 25143. 
1401 Sheridan Rd., N. Chicago, 

IL 60064. 
13500 S. Perry Ave., RIverdale. 

IL 60627. 
49 Rutherford St.. Newark. NJ 07105. 
7201 Hamilton Blvd. Allentown, 

PA 18195-1501 
1400 Industry Rd.. Powder Springs. 

GA 30073. 
4020 Ajinomoto Dr.. Raleigh, NC 27610. 
300 S. Riverside. Ptaza Chicago. 

IL 60606. 
500 Jersey Ave, New Brunswick. 

NJ 08903. 
2153 Lockport-Olcott Rd.. Burt. 

NY 14028. 
P.O. Box 349. Baxley. GA 31513. 
4730 Crittenden Dr.. Louisville. 

KY 40233. 
1313 Windsor Ave.. Columbus. 

OH 43216. 
1313 Windsor Ave.. Cohimbus, 

OH 43216. 
21625 Oak St., Matteson. IL 60443. 
P.O. Box 26229. Richmond. VA 26229. 
909 Mueller Dr.. Chattanooga. TN 37406. 
1099 WInterson Rd.. Unthlcum. 

MD 21044. 
1001 W. St. Paul Ave., Mllwaukaa, 

Wl 53233. 
119 N. Union St., Shenandoah, 

PA 17976. 
17304 N. Preston Dr., Dallas. TX 75252. 
Glllls Ave.. RIdgway, PA 1S8S3. 
Unden Ave., RIdgefleld, NJ 07657. 
P.O. Box 230, Troy. NY 12180. 



P.O. Box 1051 R. Morristown. NJ 07054. 
Columbia Rd. & Park Ave., Morristown. 

NY 07962. 
12875 Scenic Hwy. Baton Rouge, 

LA 70892. 
3943 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, 

NY 14303. 
423 Highway 57 East. Colllervllle . 

TN 38017. 
P.O. Box 22223. Denver. CO 80222. 
1 Hess Raza, Woodbridge, NJ 07095. 

710 W. National Ave.. Milwaukee. 

Wl 53204. 
One Cyanamid Raza, Wayne, NJ 07470. 
3947 Broadway. Kansas City. MO 64111. 
Old Webster Rd., Oxford, MA 01801. 
P.O. Box 32960, Louisville, KY 40232. 
146 South High St. Akron, 

OH 44308-1493. 
900 Greenbank Rd., Wilmington, 

DE 19808. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 

the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Teleptione 
code Name of company number Office address 

AMO Amoco Corp 312-856-6111 200 E. Randolph Dr., Chicago. 

IL 60680-0703. 
AMV Amvac Chemical Corp 213-264-3910 4100 E. Washington Blvd. , Los Angeles. 

CA 90023. 
OH Anaquest 608-273-0019 2005 W. Beltllne Hwy. , Madison, 

Wl 53713. 

ADC Anderson Development Co 517-263-2121 1415 E. Michigan St. , Adrian, Ml 49221 . 

ANG Angus Chemical Co 312-498-6700 221 1 Sanders Rd. , Northbrook, IL 60062. 

ALI Anzon, Inc 215-427-3000 2545 Aramlngo Ave. , Philadelphia, 

PA 19125. 

APX Apex Chemical Co 201-354-5420 200 S. First St. , Elizabeth, NJ 07206. 

APC Apollo Chemical Corp 919-226-1161 1105 Southerland St. , Graham, 

NC 27253. 
APO Apollo Colors, Inc 708-564-9190 3000 W. Dundee Rd. , Suite 415, 

Northbrook, IL 60062. 
AQU Aqualon Co 302-996-2000 271 1 Centervllle Rd. , Wilmington, 

DE 19850. 
HKY Arcadian Corp 901-758-5200 6750 Poplar Ave. , Suite 600, Memphis, 

TN 38138-7419. 

GCC Arcadian Corp 901-758-5200 P.O. Box 27147, Memphis, TN 38127. 

ARD Ardmore, Inc 201-481-2406 29 Riverside Ave. , Newark, NJ 07104. 

ARN Arenol Chemical Corp 201-526-5900 189 Melster Ave. . Somervllle. NJ 08876. 

ART Arlstech Chemical Corp 412-433-2747 600 Grant St. , Rttsburgh, 

PA 15230-0250. 
ARZ Arizona Chemical Co 904-785-6700 1001 E. Business Hwy. 98, Panama City, 

FL 32401. 

SYL Arizona Chemical Co 904-785-6700 P.O. Box 947, Port St. Joe, FL 32456. 

ALS Armco, Inc 513-425-2744 703 Curtis St. , MIddletown, OH 45043. 

ARP Armour Pharmaceutical Co 815-932-6771 P.O. Box 511, Kankakee, IL 60901. 

ARK Armstrong World Industries, Inc 717-397-0611 333 Liberty Street, Lancaster, PA 17604. 

ARO ARNCO 714-739-7900 One Centerpolnte Dr. , LaPalma, 

CA 90623-1094. 

ARL Arol Chemical Products Co 201-344-1510 649 Ferry St. , Newark, NJ 07105. 

ARS Arsynco, Inc., Sub Dlv. of Aceto 718-898-2300 126-02 Northern Blvd., Fkishlng. 

Corp, NY 11368. 

ASH Ashland OH, Inc 614-889-3333 P.O. Box 2219, Columbus, OH 43216. 

Ashland Petroleum Co 606-329-3333 P.O. Box 391 . Ashland, KY 41114. 

BLA Astor Products, Inc.. Blue Arrow Dlv 904-783-5352 5244 Edgewood Ct., Jacksonville, 

FL 32205. 

ATL Atlantic Industries, Inc 201-235-1800 10 KIngsland Rd.. Nutley. NJ 07110. 

ATR Atlantic Richfield Co 215-359-2000 3801 West Chester Rke, Newtown 

Arco Chemical Co. Square, PA 19073. 

ARI Atlas Refinery, Inc 201-589-2002 142 Lockwood St. , Newark, NJ 07105. 

RSN Atochem North America, Inc 201-447-3300 266 Harrlstown Rd. . Glen Rock. 

N.J. 07452. 

PAS Atochem North America, Inc 215-587-7452 Three Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19102. 

WTL Atochem North America, Inc 716-877-1740 1740 Military Rd.. Buffalo, NY 14240. 

Lucldol Dlv. 

AUX Auralux Corp 203-886-2616 29 Scott Ave. , Norwich, CT 06360. 

AUS Auslmont N.V 201-292-6250 128 Technology Drive, Waltham, 

MA 02254 
BAS BASF Corp. 

Chemicals Dlv 201-316-2937 100 Cherry Hill Rd, Parslppany, 

NJ 07054. 

ICF Coating & Colorants 201-365-3400 1255 Broad St. , Clifton, NJ 07015. 

SOH BP Chemicals, Inc 216-586-4141 200 Public Square 31-4105-N, Cleveland, 

OH 44114 - 2375. 
SIF Fllon Dlv 213-757-5141 12333 South Van Ness Ave. . Hawthorne, 

CA 90250. 



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Appendix A 

Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

BP Chemicals, \nc.— Continued 
SIC Sllmar DIv 213-757-1801 12333 South Van Ness Ave. , Hawthorne, 

CA 90250. 

SIO BP Oil Company 419-226-2300 1150 South Metcalf St. , Uma, OH 45804. 

BTL BTL Speciality Resin Corp 419-244-5856 2112 Sylvon Ave. , Toledo, OH 43606. 

BKC J. T. Baiter Chemical Co 201-859-2151 222 Red School Lane, Phliiipsburg, 

NJ 08865. 

BIB Becl<man Instruments, inc 714-871-4848 1050 Page Mill Rd. , Palo AKo, CA 94304. 

Spinco DIv. 

BCK Diagnostic Systems Group 619-993-8740 2470 Faraday Ave. , Carlsbad, CA 92008. 

Beecham, inc.: 
BEE Beecham Laboratories . DIv 201-469-5200 101 Possumtown Rd., Rscataway, 

NJ 08854. 
BEW Pharmaceuticals DIv 201-881-3000 3 Garret Mountain Plaza, West Paterson, 

NJ 07424. 

BCM Belding Chemical Industries 212-544-6040 P.O. Box 130. Hendersonviile , NC 28715. 

BLZ Belzalt Corp 201-773-0602 850 Bloomfleld Ave. , Clifton, NJ 07012. 

BTS Bethlehem Steel Corp 215-694-4522 866 Martin Tower - 8th Fl. . Bethlehem, 

PA 18016. 
BNS Binney & Smith, Inc 215-253-6271 1 100 Church Lane, Easton, 

PA 18044-0431. 

BOC Blocraft Laboratories. Inc 201-796-3434 12 Industrial Park, Waldwick, NJ 07463. 

NUT Bloproducts, Inc 502-968-3321 4820 Jennings Lane, Louisville, KY 40218. 

BOE Boehme Fiiatex, Inc 919-342-6631 Rt. 1 1 Box 5, Reldsville, NC 27320. 

BOT Boots Co. (USA) , Inc 708-405-7400 300 Trlstate Int'l Ctr. Suite 200, 

Uncolnshire, IL 60015 
BOR Borden, Inc.: 

Packaging & Industrial Products DIv 614-225-4000 180 E. Broad St., Columbus. OH 43209. 

BCP Borden Chemical & Plastics 504-387-5101 Route 73, Gelsmar, LA 70734. 

Delaware Limited Peuinership 
BMC Brin-Mont Chemicals, Inc 919-292-0566 3921 Spring Garden St., Greensboro, 

NC 27407. 

BRS Bristol-Myers Co 212-546-4000 345 Park Ave. , New York, NY 10154. 

TRD Bristol Myers Squibb Co 212-546-4000 P.O. Box 609, Humacao, PR 00661 . 

BRU M. A. Bruder & Sons, Inc 215-353-5100 52nd & Grays Ave. . Philadelphia. 

PA 19143. 
BKM Buckman Laboratories, inc 901-278-0330 1256 N. McLean Blvd. , Memphis. 

TN 38108. 

BCC Buffalo Color Corp 716-827-4500 P.O. Box 7027. , Buffalo, NY 14240. 

BRR Bunris Chemical, Inc. , Color DIv 803-554-7511 175 Eschelon Rd. , Greenville, SC 29605. 

BUR Burroughs Wellcome Co 919-248-3000 3030 Cornwallis Rd. , Research Triangle 

Park, NC 27709. 

CFI CF Industries, Inc 312-438-9500 Salem Lake Dr. , Long Grove, IL 60047. 

CLU CL industries, Inc 217-662-2136 P.O. Box 218, Georgetown, IL 61846. 

CCC C.N.C. International, Inc 401-769-6100 20 Privlledge St. , Woonsocket, Rl 02895. 

PS CPS Corp 716-366-6010 3257 Middle Rd. , Dunkirk, NY 14048. 

CPS CPS Chemical Co. , Inc 201-727-3100 Old Bridge Rd. , Old Bridge, NJ 08857. 

CYR CYRO industries 201-770-3000 100 Valley Rd. , Mr. Arlington, NJ 07856. 

GRL Calgon Corp. , Calgon Vestal 314-862-2000 5035 Manchester Ave. , St. Louis, 

Laboratories DIv. MO 63110. 

CMB Cambridge Industries Co 201-465-4565 7-33 Amsterdam St. , Newark, NJ 07105. 

HCF Cape Industries 919-341-5500 P.O. Box 327, Wilmington, NC 28402. 

SVC Capital City Products Co 614-299-3131 1530 S. Jackson St. , Janesvllle, 

Wl 53545. 
CBC Carbose Corp 814-443-1611 100 Maple St. , Somerset, PA 15501. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S Intema- 
tlonal Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) ^ . 

Identi- 
fication 
code Name of company 



Telephone 
number 



Office address 



CGL 
CHC 
BSC 
CAS 
AZT 

ecu 

CEO 



CNT 
CPR 
GRS 

CHT 

CBD 

CHD 

CFX 



SOC 

CHH 
CMC 
CQY 

FJI 

CQO 

CQU 

ACT 
WYC 
CSP 

OP 

CLD 

RPC 

CIO 

CCS 

CRS 

CNC 
COC 
CAC 

CMP 
CNI 
CON 
CO 

GIL 



Carglll. Inc 612-475-7634 

Carpenter Chemical Co 804-359-0800 

Cascade Resins. Inc 503-343-21 1 1 

Caschem. Inc 201-858-7900 

Catalyst Resources. Inc 713-957-6818 

Catawba-Charlab. Inc 704-523-4242 

Cedar Chemical Corp 501-572-3701 

901-685-5348 

Certalnteed Corp 215-341-7000 

Certified Processing Corp 201-923-5200 

Champlln Refining. Co 512-882-8871 

Chattem. Inc 615-821-4571 

Chembond Corp 503-687-8840 

Chemdesign Corp 508-345-9999 

Chemfax. Inc 601-863-651 1 

Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc 713-526-8291 

Chemithon Corp 206-937-9954 

Chemoi Co 919-272-3050 

Chevron Corp. , Chevron Chemical 415-842-5500 

Chris Hansen's Laboratory, Inc 414-476-3630 

Chromatic Color Corp 502-737-1700 

Clba-Qelgy Corp 914-478-3131 

Cincinnati Vamish Co 513-631-4270 

CItgo Petroleum Corp 918-495-4000 

Citizens Gas & Colce Utility 317-264-8802 

Climatx Performance Materials Corp 708-458-8450 

Coastal Chem. Inc 307-637-2700 

Coastal Refining & Marl<eting Inc 713-877-1400 

Colgate-Palmolive Co 212-310-2000 

Colloids, inc 201-926-6100 

Lyndal DIv 404-259-4831 

Color Chem international Corp 201-444-8563 

Colorado Chemical Specialties. Inc 303-245-8148 

Colorado Resins, inc 303-245-8148 

Columbia Nitrogen Corp 404-823-4300 

Columbia Organic Chemical Co.. Inc 803-425-1786 

Cominco Fertilizers Inc 509-747-61 1 1 

Commercial Products Co.. Inc 201-427-6887 

Conap. Inc 716-372-9650 

Concord Chemical Co. . Inc 609-966-1526 

Conoco Specialty Products. Inc 713-293-1000 

Continental Chemical Co 201-472-5000 



P.O. Box 5630. Minneapolis. MN 55428. 
P.O. Box 27205. Richmond. VA 23261. 
P.O. Box 1989. Eugene. OR 97440. 
40 Avenue A. Bayonne. NJ 07002. 
2190 North Loop West. Suite 400, 

Houston. TX 77018. 
5046 Old PInevllle Rd.. Charlotte. 

NC 28217. 
Highway 242 South. West Helena, 

AR 72390. 
P.O. Box 3. VIcksburg. MS 39181. 
P.O. Box 860, Valley Forge. PA 19482. 
U.S. Highway #22. Hillside, NJ 07205. 
P.O. Box 9176. Corpus Christl, TX 

78469. 
1715 W. 38th St.. Chattanooga, 

TN 37409. 
1600 Valley River Dr.. Suite 390. Eugene. 

OR 97401. 
99 Development Rd.. FKchburg, 

MA 01420. 
10045 Three River Rd.. Gulfport, 

MS 39503. 
3813 Buffalo Speedway. Houston, 

TX 77098. 
5430 Marginal Way, SW.. Seattle, 

WA 98106. 
2410 Randolph Ave., Greensboro. 

NC 27406. 
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd.. San 

Ramon. CA 94583. 
9015 W. Maple St.. West Allis. Wi 53214. 
305 Ring Rd.. Eilzabethtown KY. 42701. 
444 Saw Mill River Rd.. Ardsley. 

NY 10502. 
1776 Mentor Ave.. Cincinnati. OH 45212. 
P.O. Box 1562. Lake Charles. LA 70602. 
3133 Southeastern Ave., indianpolls. 

IN 46203. 
7666 W. 63rd St.. Summit. IL 60501. 
P.O. Box 1287. Cheyenne. WY 82003. 
Nine Greenway Plaza. Houston. 

TX 77046. 
300 Park Ave.. New York. NY 10022. 
P.O. Box 769. Marietta. GA 30061. 
1338 Coronet Drive. Dalton. Ga. 30720 
7 Plymouth Rd.. Glen Rock. NJ 07452. 
569 24-1/4 Rd.. Grand Junction. 

CO 81505. 
569 24-1/4 Rd.. Grand Junction. 

CO 81505. 
P.O. Box 1483. Augusta. GA 30903. 
1424 Mt. ZIon Road. Cassatt SC 29032. 
W. 818 Riverside Ave.. Spokane. 

WA 99201. 
117 Ethel Ave.. Hawthorne. NJ 07506. 
1405 Buffalo St.. Clean. NY 14760. 
17th & Federal Sts.. Camden. NJ 08105. 
600 N. Dairy Ashford Rd.. Houston. 

TX 77079. 
270 Clifton Blvd.. Clifton. NJ 07011-3686. 



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Appendix A 

Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 

the IS Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

CTP Continental Polymers, Inc 213-637-2103 2225 E. Del Amo Blvd. , Compton. 

CA 90220. 
CPV Cook Paint & Varnish Co 816-391-6000 P.O. Box 419389, Kansas City, 

MO 64141. 

HEU Cookson Rgments, Inc 201-242-1800 256 Vanderpool St. , Newark, NJ 07114. 

COP Coopers Creek Chemical Corp 215-828-0375 River Rd., West Conshohocken, 

PA 19428. 

CPY Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp 504-355-5655 P.O. Box 2591, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 

CMS Cosmic Plastics Inc 818-365-3249 12314 Gladstone Ave. , San Fernando, 

CA 91342. 

CRD Croda, Inc 212-683-3089 183 Madison Ave. , New York, NY 10016. 

CK Crompton & Knowtes Corp 215-775-8000 P.O. Box 341 , Reading, PA 19603. 

CCP Crown Central Petroleum Corp 301-539-7400 1 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21203. 

USM Crown Metro, Inc 803-299-1331 Echelon Road, Donaldson Centre. 

Greenville, SC 29606. 
CYT Cumberland International Corp 713-682-1221 1523 N. Post Oak Rd. , Houston, 

TX 77055. 

CTR Customs Resins DIv. of Bemis 502-826-7641 Highway 136 West, Henderson, 

Co., inc. KY 42420. 

AMD Cy do Products, Inc 213-582-6411 1922 E. 64th St., Los Angeles, 

CA 90001. 
PTE Cyprus Foote Mineral Co 215-889-9605 301 Undenwood Dr. , Suite 301 . Malvern, 

PA 19355. 

CNP DSM Chemicals North America, Ino 404-823-4240 P.O. Box 2451, Augusta, QA 30903. 

POP Dalcolor Pope. Inc 201-279-2702 33 Sixth Ave. , Paterson. NJ 07524. 

MAR Dalshowa Chemical, Inc 203-625-0701 81 Holly Hill Lane Greenwich. CT 06830. 

DAN Dan River. Inc.. Chemical Products Dlv . . . 804-799-7000 State Route 360 East. Danville, 

VA 24543. 

DPI Dart Polymers, Inc., Sub. of Dart 517-676-3800 432 Hogsback Rd.. Mason. Ml 48854. 

Container Corp. 
DGO Day-Qlo Color Corp 216-391-7070 4515 St, Clair Ave. , Cleveland, 

OH 44103. 

DPW Deepwater, Inc 714-751-3522 P.O. Box 17599, Irvine. CA 92713. 

DGC Degussa Corp 201-641-6100 65 Challenger Rd. , RIdgeflekj Park. 

NJ 07660. 
DRR Delta Resins & Refractories. Inc 414-462-1200 6263 N. TeutonIa Ave. , Milwaukee. 

Wl 53209. 

DNS Dennis Chemical Co 314-771-1800 2700 Papin St. . St. Louis. MO 63103. 

DSO DeSoto. Inc 312-391-9000 1608 4th St.. Berkeley. C A 94710. and 

708-757-5100 300 State St., Chicago Heights, IL 60411 
708-391-9000 and P.O. Box 461268, Garland, 

TX 75046. 
UDI DeSoto. Inc 708-391-9000 3950 FossH Creek Blvd. . Fort Worth. 

TX 76137. 
PIJ< Union City 312-391-9000 1700 So. Mt. Prospect Rd. , Des Plalnes. 

IL 60018 
DTR Detroit Coke Corp 313-842-6222 7819 West Jefferson Ave. . Detroit. 

Ml 48209. 
Dexter Corp: 

HYA Dexter Adhesive & Structual 415-687-4201 2850 Willow Pass Road. PKtsburgh. 

Material Dhr. CA 94565. 

HYC Dexter Electronic Material Dlv 818-968-651 1 15051 E. Don Julian Rd. , Industry, 

CA 91749. 

MID Dexter Speciality Coatings 708-623-4200 E. Water St.. Waukegan. IL 60085. 

DEX Dexter Chemical Corp 212-542-7700 845 Edgewater Rd. . Bronx. NY 10474. 

AGP Dial Corp 602-248-2800 2000 Aucutt Rd. , Montgomery, 

AL 60538. 

DA Diamond Shamrock Refining & 512-641-6800 P.O. Box 696000, San Antonio, 

Marketing TX 78269-6000. 

DAZ Diaz Chemical Corp 716-638-6321 40 Jackson St. , Holley, NY 14470. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chennicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production emd/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetlceUly . together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

PLN Disogrin Industries Corp 603-669-4050 Qrenler Industrial Airpark, Manchester, 

NH 03103. 
DIX Dixie Chemical Co. , Inc 713-863-1947 3635 W. Dallas Ave. . Houston, 

TX 77019. 
DRC Dock Resins Corp 201-862-2351 1512 W. Elizabeth Ave. . Unden, 

NJ 07036. 

DOM Dominion Products, Inc 718-499-3050 882 - 3rd Ave. , Brooklyn, NY 1 1232. 

DVC Dover Chemical Corp. Sub. of ICC 216-343-7711 W. 15th 4 Davis Sts., Dover. OH 44622. 

Industries, Inc. 
DOW Dow Chemical Co 517-636-6125 2020 Wlllard H. Dow Center, MIcfland. 

Ml 48674. 

Dec Dow Coming Corp 517-496-4000 P.O. Box 994, Midland, Ml 48686-0994. 

DRX Drexel Chemical Corp 901-774-4370 2487 Pennsylvania St. , Memphis. 

TN 38109. 

ABP Drummond Co. . Inc 205-945-6301 P.O. Box 10246, Birmingham, AL 35202. 

WBQ Dryden Oil Co. . White & Bagley Dlv 508-791-3201 688-692-Mlllbury St. , Worchester, 

MA 01607. 

CHO Ducon 618-654-2070 180 Woodcrest Dr. . Highland, IL 62249. 

DUP E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. . Inc 302-774-1000 1007 Markat St. , WUmlngton, DE 19898. 

DSC Dye Specialties, Inc 201-866-9504 100 Plaza Center, Secaucus, NJ 07096. 

AGl EMS-Amerlcan Qrllon, Inc 803-481-9173 P.O. Box 1717, Sumter. SC 29151. 

EPC EPC Partners. Ltd 713-880-6500 P.O. Box 4324, Houston. TX 77210. 

EPl Eagle Pitcher Industries Inc., Orthane 817-387-0585 P.O. Box 1389. Denton, TX 76202. 

Dlv. 

ECC Eastern Color & Chemical Co 401-331-9000 35 Livingston St., Providence, Rl 02904. 

EK Eastman Kodak Co 716-724-4000 343 State St. , Rochester, NY 14650. 

EKT Tennessee Eastman Co. Dlv 615-229-2000 P.O. Box 1974, KIngsport, TN 37662. 

EKX Texas Eastman Co. Dlv 214-236-5012 P.O. Box 7444, Longvlew, TX 75607. 

ESA East Shore Chemical Co 616-726-3106 1221 E. Barney Ave. , Muskegon. 

Ml 49443. 

ELI Ecolab Inc 612-293-2233 Ecolab Center, St. Paul, MN 55102. 

ELN Elan Chemical Co 201-344-8014 268 Doremus Ave. , Newark, NJ 07105. 

ELC EIco Corp. Sub. of Detrex Chemical 216-749-2605 1000 Beltllne Rd , Cleveland OH 44109. 

Industries, Inc. 

USM Emhart Corp. , Bostik Dlv 508-777-0100 Boston St. . MIddleton, MA 01949. 

EMK Emkay Chemical Co 201-352-7053 319-325 Second St. , Elizabeth. 

NJ 07206. 
EKO Empire Coke Co 205-323-2400 1927 1st Ave. . N. . Suite 900, 

Blrmlnghamri . AL 35203. 
ENO Enenco. Inc 901-328-5800 755 Crossover Lane, Suite 216, Memphis. 

TN 38117. 

HSH Engelhard Corp 201-632-6000 3400 Band Street. Louisville, KY 40212. 

SAR Esschem. Inc 215-521-3800 Qovemor Printz BNd. . Esslngton. 

PA 19029. 

ESS Essential Industries, Inc 414-538-1122 28391 Essential Rd., Merton, Wl 53056. 

EHC Ethlchem Corp 201-933-7880 150 Grand St. , Carlstadt, NJ 07072. 

ETC ■ Ethox Chemicals. Inc 803-277-1620 P.O. Box 5094. Station B. Greenville. 

SC 29606. 

TNA Ethyl Corp 804-788-5000 330 S. 4th St. . Richmond. VA 23217. 

EVL Eval Company of America 708-719-4610 1001 Warrenvllle Rd. . Suite 201 , Usie, 

IL 60532. 
ENJ Exxon Chemical Americas 713-870-6000 P.O. Box 3272, Houston, 

TX 77253-3272. 
FMC Corp: 

FMN Agricultural Chemical Group 215-299-6000 2000 Maricet St. , Philadelphia. PA 19103, 

FMB Chamlcal Products Group 215-299-6000 2000 Market St, . Philadelphia. PA 19103. 

FMC NItro Dlv 215-299-6000 2000 Maritet St. . Philadelphia. PA 19103. 

FAB Fabricolor Manufacturing Corp 201-742-3900 24-1/2 Van Houten St. . Paterson. 

NJ 07509. 
FMT Falrmount Chemical Co. , Inc 201-344-5790 117 Blanchard St. . Newari(. NJ 07105. 



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Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Intema- 
tlonal Trade Commission for 1989 are Hated below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

FRI Farmland Industries, Inc 816-459-6000 P.O. Box 308, Lawrence, KS 66044. 

816-238-8111 1417 Lower Lake Rd., St. Joseph, 
MO 64502. 

FEL Felton Worldwide. Inc 718-497-4664 599 Johnson Ave. , Brooklyn, NY 1 1237. 

SDS Fermenta ASC Corp 216-357-4100 5966 Helsley Rd. , Mentor, OH 44060. 

FER Ferro Corp.: 

Bedford Chemical DIv 216-641-8580 7050 Krick Rd. , Bedford, OH 44146. 

Grant Chemical DIv 504-654-6801 P.O. Box 263, Baton Rouge, LA 70770. 

Kell Chemical DIv 219-931-2630 3000 Sheffield Ave. , Hammond, 

IN 46320. 

FBI Fiber Industries, Inc 704-357-2000 5146 Parkway Plaza Blvd. , Charlotte, 

NC 28217. 

CSD FIna Oil & Chemical Co 214-750-2400 8350 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, 

Cosden Chemical DIv. TX 75206. 

FTX FInetex, Inc 201-797-4686 418 Falmouth Ave. , Elmwood Park. 

NJ 07407. 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.: 

FRF Firestone Fibers & Textile Co 216-379-7000 P.O. Box 450, Hopewell, VA 23860. 

FRS Firestone Synthetic Rubber & 216-379-7495 P.O. Box 26611 , Akron, OH 44319-0006. 

Latex Co. DIv. 

CI Rrmenlch, Inc 609-452-1000 P.O. Box 5880, Princeton. NJ 08543. 

FST First Chemical Corp 601-762-0870 P.O. Box 1427. Pascagoula. MS 39567. 

FPC Flambeau Paper Corp 715-762-5235 200 N. First Ave. , Park Falls. Wl 54552. 

FLM Fleming Laboratories, Inc 704-372-5613 2215 Thrift Rd. . Chariotte. NC 28234. 

CIK Flint Ink Corp. , Cal/Ink DIv 415-525-1 188 1404 - 4th St. , Berkeley. CA 94710. 

FMX Foamex Products. Inc., DIv. of 803-576-1210 P.O. Box 188, Cornelius, NC 28031 . 

Knoll Infl Holdings. Inc. 

FOR Formosa Plastics Corp-Loulslana 504-356-3341 P.O. Box 271 , Baton Rouge. LA 70821 . 

Formosa Plastics Corp-USA 201-966-6980 66 Hanover Rd. . Florham Park, 

NJ 07932. 

BDS Fragrance Resources, Inc 201-264-6767 275 Clark St. , Keyport, NJ 07735. 

FLN Franklin International. Inc 614-443-0241 2020 Bruck St. , Columbus. OH 43207. 

FRE Freeman Chemical Corp 414-284-5541 217 Freeman Dr. . Port Washington. 

Wl 53074. 

WLC Freeport McMoran Resource 504-582-4000 1615 Poydras St. . New Orleans, 

Partners. LA 70112. 

FB Fritzsche Dodge & Olcott. Inc 201-929-4100 76 - 9th Ave.. New Yorit. NY 10011. 

COO H.B. Fuller Co 508-658-3351 820 Woburn St. . Wilmington, MA 01887. 

FLH H.B. Fuller Co 612-645-3401 4450 Malsbary Rd. , Blue Ash, OH 45242. 

EEP Furon Co 714-831-5350 Main & Orchard Sts. , Mantua, OH 44255. 

QAF GAF Chemical Corp 201-628-3000 1361 Alps Rd. , Unden, NJ 07036. 

GFS GFS Chemicals, Inc 614-881-5501 P.O. Box 245, Columbus, OH 43065. 

GLX Galaxle Chemical Corp 201-279-0558 26 Plercy St. , Peterson, NJ 07524. 

GAN Ganes Chemicals. Inc 201-507-4300 630 Broad St. , Carlstadt, NJ 07072 

GAY Gaylord Chemical Corp 504-649-5464 P.O. Box 1209, Slldell. LA 70459-1209 

GNT Gencorp Polymers Products 216-869-4200 165 S. Cleveland Ave. . Mogadore. 

OH 44260. 

QNR Qenencor, Inc 415-742-7500 180 Kimball Way, S. San Francisco, 

CA 94080. 
General Electric Co.: 

QE Electromaterlals DIv 614-622-5310 1350 S. Second St. . Coshocton. 

OH 43812. 

GEP Plastics DIv 413-448-7110 1 Rastlcs Ave.. Rttsfleld. MA 01201. 

SPD Silicone Products DIv 518-237-3330 Waterford-Mechanlcvllle Rd. . Waterford, 

NY 12188. 



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(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report! __ 

IdentI- _ , ^ 

ficatlon Telephone 

code Name of company number Office address 

General Electric Co— Continued 

GE Speciality Chemicals Group 413-448-6394 Parkersburg Center, 5th & Avery, 

Parkersburg, WV 26102. 

GLC General Latex and Chemical Corp 617-576-8000 P.O. Box 498, Ashland, OH 44805. 

GRQ P D. George Co 314-621-5700 5200 N. Second St. , St. Louis, 

MO 63147. 
GGC Georgia Gulf Corp: 

Houston Dtv 713-473-4453 3503 Pasadena Freeway, Pasadena, 

TX 77503. 

Plaquemlne DIv 404-395-4500 400 Perimeter Center Terrace, Suite 595, 

Atlanta, GA 30348. 

PVC Compound DIv 404-395-4500 P.O. Box 629, Raquemlne, 

LA 70765-0629. 
Georgia-Pacific Corp.: 

PSP Belllngham DIv 206-733-4410 P.O. Box 1236, Belllngham, WA 98227. 

QP Resins, Inc 404-521-4000 133 Peachtree St. NE. , Atlanta, 

GA 30303. 

TNI Gillette Chemical Co 617-421-7000 3500 W. 16th St. , N. Chicago, IL 60064. 

QIV GIvaudan Corp 201-365-8000 100 Delawanna Ave. . Clifton, NJ 07014, 

GLD Glldden Company 216-344-8000 925 Euclid Ave. , Cleveland OH 441 15. 

BFG B. F. Goodrich Co 216-447-7802 6100 Oak Tree Blvd. , Cleveland, 

OH 44131. 

HGC Goodson Polymers, Inc 801-272-9000 3760 S. Highland Dr. , Suite 500, 

Salt Lake City, UT 84106. 

GYR Goodyear Tire i Rubber Co 216-796-2121 1144 E. Market St. , Akron, OH 44316. 

W. R. Grace & Co.: 

EVN Organic Chemicals DIv., Evans 617-861-6600 55 Hayden Ave., Lexington, MA 02173. 

Chemetlcs . 
GRD Organic Chemicals DIv., Chemicals & 617-861-6C00 55 Hayden Ave. , Lexington, MA 02173. 

Polymers DIv. 

HMP Organic Chemicals DIv 617-861-6600 55 Hayden Ave. , Lexington, MA 02173. 

Hampshire Chemicals DIv. 

CON Organic Chemicals DIv 617-861-6600 55 Hayden Ave., Lexington, MA 02173. 

NItroparaflns . 

GPC Grain Processing Corp 319-264-421 1 1600 Oregon Street, Muscatine, 

lA 52761-0349. 

CPC Grant Industries, Inc 201-791-6700 P.O. Box 360, Elmwood Park. NJ 07407. 

GTL Great Lakes Chemical Corp 317-497-6100 U.S. Hwy. 52 NW. , Lafayette, IN 47906. 

GNW Greenwood Chemical Co 703-456-6832 State Hwy. #€S0, Greenwood, VA 22943. 

GDC Gresco, Mfg. Inc 919-475-8101 216 E. Holly Hill Rd. , Thomasvllle, 

NC 27360. 

GPI Grinstead Products, Inc 913-764-8100 200 Industrial Parkway Industrial Airport, 

KS 66031. 

GGI Grow Group, Inc 301-939-1234 1354 Old Post Rd.. Havre De Grace. 

MD 21078. 

GRV Guardsman Products, Inc 616-452-5181 1350 Steele Ave. SW, , Grand Rapids, 

Ml 49507. 

GSS Gulf States Steel, Inc 205-543-6201 174 South 26th St. , Gadsden 

AL 35904-1935. 

GTH Guth Corp 414-644-6461 P.O. Box 347, Sllnger. Wl 53086. 

HAR Haarmann & Relmer Corp 201-467-5600 70 Diamond Rd. , Springfield, NJ 07081 . 

HAL C. P. Hall Co 312-767-4600 7300 S. Central Ave. , Chicago, IL 60638. 

HOC Halocarbon Products Corp 201-343-8703 82 Burlews Ct. , Hackensack, NJ 07601 . 

HTM Haltermann Ltd 713-452-5951 16717 Jaclntoport Blvd.. Houston. 

TX 77015. 

FOC Handschy Industries. Inc 708-597-7990 13601 S. Ashland Ave. , RIverdala, 

Ink and Chemical DIv IL 60627-1099. 



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Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directofy sf manufacturers, by company. 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 

the 15 Individual sections of this report) — .. ■ — 

ficatlon Telephone 

code N ame of company number Qtflce address 

TMH Harcros Chemicals. Inc 913-321-3131 5200 Speaker Rd., Kansas City, 

KS 66110. 

HRT Hart Products Corp 201-433-6665 173 Sussex St. . Jersey City, NJ 07302. 

HCC Hatco Chemical Co 201-738-1000 King George Post Rd. , Fords, NJ 08863. 

WTK Heico Chemicals. Inc 717-476-0353 Route 61 1 . Delaware Water Gap. 

PA 18327. 

HAP Helmerich & Payne. Inc. , Natural 713-424-5568 3601 Decker Dr. . Baytown, TX 77520. 

Gas Odorlzing DIv. 

SCP Henkel Corp 215-270-8100 2200 Renaissance Blvd. , Gulpn Mills. 

PA 19406. 

HPC Hercules, Inc 302-594-5000 HercUes Raza, Wilmington. DE 19894. 

HER Heroslte Protective Coating, Inc 414-684-6646 822 S. 14th St., Manitowoc. Wl 54220. 

HTN Heterene Chemical Corp 201-278-2000 790 - 21st Ave. , Paterson, NJ 07513. 

HEC Hewchem 601-863-6600 P.O. Box 188, Gulfport, MS 39502. 

HEW Hewitt Soap Co.! Inc ! 513-253-1151 333 Unden Ave.. Dayton. OH 45403. 

HXL Hexcel Corp: 

Chemical Products DIv 805-498-1399 3547 Old Conejo Rd. , Nevtrbury Park. 

CA 91320. 

Chemical Products DIv 616-772-2193 215 N. Centennial St. , Zeeland, 

Ml 49464. 

HIP High Point Chemical Corp 919-884-2214 243 Woodbine St. . High Point. NC 27261 . 

SOG Hia Petroleum Company 203-661-4770 P.O. Box 5038. Houston, 

TX 77262-5038. 

HIL Hilton Davis Chemical Co 513-841-4000 2335 Langdon Farm Rd. , Cincinnati, 

OH 45237. 

HIM HImont, USA. Inc 302-996-6000 P.O. Box 15439. Wilmington, DE 19894. 

BEZ Hl-Tek Polymers 502-499-4011 9808 Bluograss Parkway, Louisville. 

KY 40299. 

HOG Hodag Chemical Corp 312-675-3950 7247 N. Central Park Ave. . Skokle, 

IL 60076. 
HCL Hoechst Celanese Corp: 

Bayport Works, SP & W DIv 713-474-6737 P.O. Box 58160, Houston. TX 77258. 

Chemical Group DIv 214-689-4000 1250 W. Mockingbird Lane. Dallas. 

TX 75247. 

Engineering Plastics DIv 201-635-2600 26 Main St. . Chatham, NJ 07928. 

Fibers Industrial DIv 803-579-5505 P.O. Box 5887, Spartanburg, 

SC 29304-5887. 

Fine Chemical DIv 804-393-3100 801 Water St. , Portsmouth, VA 23704 . 

SpeclalltyChem Group Coventry 201-231-2000 500 Washington St., Coventry. Rl 02816. 

Plant. 

Sou-Tex 201-231-2000 P.O. Box 866. Mt. Holly. NC 28120. 

HOF Hoffmann-LaRoche, Inc 201-235-5000 340 KIngsland St. , Nutley. NJ 071 10. 

HCP Honig Chemical & Processing Corp 201-344-0881 414 Wilson Ave., Newark, NJ 07105. 

EFH E. F. Houghton & Co 215-666-4000 P.O. Box 930, Valley Forge, PA 19482. 

NOD Huls America, Inc 201-981-5000 80 Centennial Ave., PIscataway. 

NJ 08855-0456. 

HML Hummel Croton, Inc 201-754-1800 10 Harmlch Rd. . S. Plalnfleld. NJ 07080. 

HMY Humphrey Chemical Co 203-281-0012 45 Divine St. . N. Haven. CT 06473-0325. 

HNT Huntington Laboratories. Inc 219-356-8100 970 E. Tipton St. . Huntington, IN 46750. 

HMN Huntsman Chemical Corp 801-532-5200 2000 Eagle Gate Tower. Salt City. 

UT 84111. 
ICI ICl Americas. Inc: 

Agricultural Products Div 302-886-8000 Delaware Corp. Center, Wilmington. 

DE 19897. 

FHm8 Group DIv 302-886-3793 Concord Pike & Murphy Rd. , Wilmington. 

DE 19897. 

Polyurethanes Group 609-423-8300 Mantua Grove Rd. , W. Deptford, 

NJ 08066. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemlceUs manufacturers that reported production and/or seUes to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 19B9 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

ICI Americas. Inc— Conf/nuod 

Resin DIv 508-658-6600 730 Main St. , Wilmington. MA 01887. 

Speciality Chemicals DIv 302-886-3000 Concord Pike & Murphy Rd. , Wilmington, 

DE 19897. 

IMC IMC Plttman- Moore, Inc 812-232-0121 P.O. Box 207, Terre Haute. IN 47808. 

Industrial Chemical DIv 708-615-3700 421 E. Hawley St. , Mundelehi, IL 60060. 

ISP INSPEC Chemical Corp 412-765-1200 411 Seventh Ave.. Pittsburgh. PA 15219 

IND Indol Color Co. . Inc 201-242-1300 1029 Newark Ave. . Elizabeth. NJ 07201 . 

IDC Industrial Color. Inc 815-722-7402 50 Industry Ave. . Jollet. IL 60435. 

INL Inland Steel Co 312-346-0300 3210 Watllng. St.. E. Chicago. IL 46312. 

WM Inolex Chemical Co 215-271-0800 Jackson & Swanson Sts. . Philadelphia. 

PA 19148. 
SPC Inslico Corp. . Sinclair Paint Co. D<v 213-888-8888 6100 South Garfleid Ave. . Los Angeles. 

CA 90040. 

IMI Insulating Materials. Inc 518-395-3300 1 Campbell Rd. . Schenectady. NY 12306. 

GBF International Blo-Synthetlcs Inc 704-527-9000 P.O. Box 241068, Charlotte, 

NC 28224-1068. 
IFF Intematlonal Flavor & Fragrances Inc 201-264-4500 1515 Highway #36, Union Beach, 

NJ 07735. 
IPC Interplastic Corp 612-331-6850 2015 NE Broadway, MInneapoHs, 

MN 55413. 

CRZ James River II, Inc 804-644-541 1 4th & Adams Sts. . Camas, WA 98607. 

JRC Jarchem Industries. Inc 201-344-0600 40 Ban St. , Newark, NJ 07105. 

JFR George A. Jeffreys & Co. , Inc 703-389-8220 P.O. Box 909. Salem. VA 24153. 

JRG Andrew Jergens Co 513-421-1400 2535 Spring Grove Ave. . Cincinnati. 

OH 45214. 

JTO Jetco Chemicals, Inc 214-872-3011 P.O. Box 1898, Corslcana, TX 75110. 

MRX Johnson Matthey. inc 215-648-8000 2001 Nolte Dr, . W. Deptford. NJ 08066. 

JNS S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc 414-631-2000 1525 Howe St. . Racine. Wi 53403. 

JOB Jones-Blair Co 214-353-1600 2728 Empire Central. Dallas. TX 75045. 

KLM Kaiama Chemical, inc 206-682-7890 Bank of Callfomla Center, Suite 1110, 

Seattle. WA 98164. 

KTP Kama Corp 717-455-2022 666 Dietrich Ave. . Hazelton. PA 18201 . 

KAN Kanasco. Ltd 301-789-7800 61 18 Roblnwood Road. Baltimore, 

MD 21125. 
KMP Kelly-Moore Paint Co. . inc 415-592-8337 987 Commercial St. , San Carlos. 

CA 94070. 

KMI Kemin industries, inc 515-266-2111 2100 Maury St. . Des Moires. lA 50301. 

KPI Kenrlch Petrochemicals, inc 201-823-9000 140 E. 22nd St. , Bayonne, 

NJ 07002-0032. 

KYS Keysor Century Corp 805-259-2360 P.O. Box 308. Saugus. CA 91350. 

KCW Keystone Color Works. Inc 717-854-9541 151 W. Gay Ave. . York. PA 17403. 

CHF KIncald Enterprises. Inc 304-755-3377 P.O. Box 549. NItro. WV 25143. 

KHI Koch Refining Co 316-832-5500 P.O. Box 2302. Wichita. KS 67201 . 

KPT Koppers Industries, inc 412-227-2001 436 Seventh Ave. . Pittsburgh. 

PA 15219-1800. 
LCP LCP Chemicals: 

Maine DIv. of Hanlln Group, Inc 201-225-4840 P.O. Box 149, Orrington. ME 04474. 

West Virginia, Inc 304-843-1310 P.O. Box Box J, MoundsvHIe, WV 26041, 

LTV LTV Steel Co. . Inc 216-622-5000 LTV Steel BIdg. . 25 W. Prospect Ave. , 

Cleveland, OH 44115. 



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TabiA A-1— ContlnuAd 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used in 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

LKY Lal<e States DIv. of Rhinelander 715-369-4217 515 W. Davenport St., Rhinelander, 

Paper Co. Wl 54501 . 

LRO LaRoche Chennlcal. Inc 504-356-8406 P.O. Box 1031 , Baton Rouge, LA 70821 . 

ARM LaRoche Industries Inc 404-851-0475 1 100 Johnson Ferry Rd. , Alanta 

GA 30342. 

Lll Lawter International. Inc 708-498-4700 990 Skokle Blvd. , Northbrook, IL 60062. 

LEA Leatex Chemical Co 215-739-6324 2722 N. Hancock St. , Philadelphia. 

PA 19133. 
LLI Lee Laboratories, inc 804-862-2534 2820 N. Normandy Dr. . Petersburg. 

VA 23805. 
LVR C. Lever Co. , inc 215-639-8640 736 Dunks Ferry Rd. , Bensaiem, 

PA 19020. 

LEV Lever Brothers Co 212-688-6000 390 Park Ave. , New York, NY 10022. 

LIL EU Lilly & Co 317-276-2000 LWy Corporate Center. Indianapolis. 

IN 46285. 
Eli Ully industries, inc 809-757-4000 Call Box 1 198 - Pueblo Station, Carolina, 

PR 00630-1198. 

Lie Ully Industrial Coatings. Inc 317-634-8512 P.O. Box 946, indlanapoHs, IN 46206, 

LMC Lomac. Inc 616-788-2341 5025 Evanston Ave. . Muskegon. 

Mi 49443. 

BRD Lonza, Inc 201-794-2400 17-17 Route 208. Fak- Lawn, NJ 07410. 

LC Lord Corp., Chemical Products Qroup 814-868-3611 2000 W. Qrandvlew Blvd.. Erie, 

PA 16514-0038. 
LCS Louisiana Chemical Polymers, Inc 504-775-1801 12537 Scenic IHwy., Baton Rouge, 

LA 70807. 
LYP Lyondelt Petrochemteal Co 713-652-7200 1221 McKlnney, Suite 1600, Houston, 

TX 77253-3646. 

STQ McConmIck & Co., Inc., McCormIck- 301-771-7401 230 Schilling Circle S., Hunt Valley, 

Stange, Flavor DIv. MD 21031. 

MGK McLaughlin Qormiey King Co 612-544-0341 8810 - 10th Ave. N. , Minneapolis. 

MN 55427-4372. 
MNP McWhorter. inc 312-428-2657 400 E. Cottage Place, Carpentersviile. 

IL 60110. 
MAK MAK Chemical Corp 317-288-4464 1200 Rochester Ave. . Muncle, 

IN 47307-0423. 

SOR MW Manufacturers, Inc., Southern 919-475-1348 P.O. Box 68, ThomasvlMo, NC 27360. 

Resin DIv. 

VIK M & T Chemicals, Inc 201-499-2110 P.O. Box 1104, Rahway, N J 07065-0970. 

MCK MacKenzie Chemical Works. Inc 504-886-2173 78015 Chemical Rd. , Bush, LA 70431 . 

TZC Magnesium Elektron, Inc 201-782-5800 500 Point Breeze Road, Fiemlngton, 

NJ 08822. 

MQR Magruder Color Co. , Inc 201-242-1300 1029 Newark Ave. , Elizabeth, NJ 07208. 

MAL Malilnckrodt, inc 314-895-2000 675 McDonnell Blvd. . St. Louis 

MO 63042. 

KCH Manchem, Inc 215-837-1808 275 Keystone Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18017. 

MOC Marathon Petroleum Co., Texas 419-422-2121 539 S. Main St., FIndiay, OH 45840. 

Refining DIv. 
MRV Marlowe-Van Loan Corp 919-886-7126 151 1 Joshua Circle, High Point, 

NC 27260. 

MCA Masonlta Corp., Alpine Resin DIv 601-649-6000 P.O. Box 1048, Laurel, MS 39440. 

MAX Max Marx Color Corp 201-373-7801 1200 Grove St. . Irvington. NJ 07111. 

MYO Mayo Chemical Co 404-696-671 1 5544 Oakdale Rd. . Smyma. GA 30082. 

MLC Melamlne Chemicals. Inc 504-473-3121 P.O. Box 748, Donaldsonvliie, LA 70346. 

MRK Merck & Co., inc 201-574-4000 P.O. Box 2000. Rahway. N J 07065. 

MER MerlchemCo 713-455-1311 1914 Haden Rd., Houston, TX 77015. 

MLS Miles Inc.. Biotechnology Products DIv. ... 219-262-6916 1127 Myrtle St.. Elkhart. IN 46515. 
MIL Mllllken & Co.. Mliiiken Chemical DIv 803-472-9041 P.O. Box 817. Inman, SC 29349. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company. 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) — 

IdentI- ^ , ^ 

ficatlon Telephone 

code Name of company number Ottlce address 

MMM Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co 612-733-3647 3M Center 224-6S, St. Paul. MN 55144. 

MIR Miranol Chemical Co. . Inc 201-329-3900 P.O. Box 436. 68 Culver Rd. .Dayton. 

NJ 08810. 

MSC Mississippi Chemical Corp 601-746-4131 P.O. Box 388, Yazoo City, MS 39194. 

Mobay ChemlceU Corp.: 

CHQ Agricultural Chemicals DIv 816-242-2345 Havrthome Rd. , Kansas City, MO 64120. 

VPC Dyes & Rgments DIv 412-777-2000 Mobay Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9741 . 

MOB Rttsburgh DIv 412-777-2000 Mobay Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9741 . 

DKA Mobay Synthetics Corp 713-477-8821 8701 Park Place Blvd. , Houston 

TX 77017. 
SM Mobil Oil Corp.: 

Beaumont Refinery DIv 703-846-3000 3225 Gallows Rd. , Fairfax, VA 22037. 

Gas Liquids Dept 703-849-3000 P.O. Box 900, Dallas, TX 75221 . 

Chemical Products DIv 201-321-6000 P.O. Box 250, Edison, NJ 08818. 

Petrochemicals DIv 713-590-7700 World Towera One, 15600 Kennedy Blvd. , 

Houston, TX 77032. 

Polystyrene Business Group 201-321-6000 P.O. Box 3029, Edison, NJ 08818. 

MOA Mona Industries, Inc 201-345-8220 76 E. 24th St. , Paterson, NJ 07544. 

MON Monsanto Co 314-694-1000 800 N. Lindbergh Blvd. , St. Louis, 

MO 63167. 

MNA Monsanto Agricultural Co 314-694-1000 800 N. Lindbergh Blvd. , St. Louis. 

MO 63167. 

MCI Mooney Chemicals. Inc 216-781-8383 2301 Scranton Rd. . Cleveland. 

OH 44113. 

MCP Moretex Chemical Products, Inc 803-583-8441 314 W. Henry St. . Spartanburg. 

SC 29301. 

MRF Morflex. Inc 919-292-1781 21 10 High Point Road, Greensboro. 

NC 27403. 
Morton International Inc . : 

PYI Morton Chemical DIv 312-807-2000 Mountain Creek Church Rd. , Greenville, 

SC 29602. 

MHT Specialty Chemicals Group 312-807-2000 333 W. Wacker Dr. Chicago, IL 60606. 

CCW Specialty Chemicals Group 513-733-2100 2000 West St. , Reading, OH 45215. 

MHI Ventron DIv 508-774-3100 1 50 Andover St. , Danvers. MA 01923. 

MOT Motomco, Ltd 608-244-2904 3699 Kinsman Blvd. , Madison, Wl 53704. 

RTC Mount Vernon Mills, Inc 803-233-4151 P.O. Box 2478, Greenville, SC 29602. 

PNX The Murphy-Phoenix Co 216-831-0404 25800 Science Park Dr. , Suite 200, 

Beechwood, OH 44122. 

NIL NL Chemicals, Inc 609-443-2000 P.O. Box 700. HIghtstovm, NJ 08520. 

NMC NAMICO. Inc 215-482-6600 4601 Flat Rock Rd. . Philadelphia. 

PA 19127. 

LEM Napp Chemicals, Inc 201-773-3900 199 Main St. , LodI, NJ 07644. 

■ NIC National Casein Co 312-846-7300 601 W. 80th St. , Chicago, IL 60620. 

NCJ National Casein of New Jersey 312-846-7300 601 W. 80th St. , Chicago, IL 60620. 

NSC National Starch & Chemical Corp 201-685-5000 10 FIndeme Ave. , Bridgewater, 

NJ 08807. 

NTS National Steel Corp., Great Lakes 313-297-2100 1 Quality Dr. , Ecorse, Ml 48229. 

DIv. 

NEP Nepera, Inc 914-782-1200 Route #17, Harrlman, NY 10926. 

NEV Neville Chemical Co 412-331-4200 2800 Neville Rd. , Pittsburgh, PA 15225. 

NBC New Boston Coke Corp 614-456-4154 600 River Ave. . New Boston, OH 45662. 

NCC NIacet Corp 716-285-1474 400 - 47th St. , Niagara Falls, NY 14304. 

NLO NIklor Chemical Co. , Inc 213-830-2253 2060 E. 220th St. , Long Beach. 

CA 90810. 

NCP Niles Chemical Paint Co 616-683-3377 P.O. Box 307, Nlles, Ml 49120. 

NOC The Norac Co. , inc 818-334-2908 405 S. Motor Ave. , Azusa, CA 91702. 

Mathe DIv 201-779-4981 169 Kennedy Dr. . LodI, NJ 07644-0230. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1 989 are listed below alphabetically , together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

FSN NOR-AM Chemical Co 302-575-2000 3509 Sllverslde Road, Wilmington, 

DE 19810. 
NW Northwestern Chemical Co 312-231-6111 120 N. Aurora St. , W. Chicago, 

IL 60185. 

NOR Norwich Eaton Pharmaceutical. Inc 607-335-2049 17 Eaton Ave., Norwich, NY 13815, 

NBI Novo Biochemical Industries, Inc 919-494-2014 State Road 1003, Frankllnton, NC 27525. 

NSW The Nutrasweet Co 312-940-9800 1751 Lake Cook Rd, , DeerfleW, IL 60015. 

OBC The O'Brien Corp 415-871-2300 450 E. Grand Ave.. S. San Francisco, 

CA 94080. 
Occldentlal Chemicai Corp.: 

HKD Durez DIv 716-696-6000 Waick Rd. , N. Tonawanda. NY 14120. 

HK ED&SDIv 214-404-3300 5005 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, TX 75244. 

HKP Polymer i Plastics DIv 215-251-1000 P.O. Box 1772, Berwyn, PA 19312. 

OMC Olln Corp 203-356-2000 120 Long Ridge Rd. , Stamford, 

CT 06904. 

WAY Olln Hunt Speciality Products. Inc 201-977-6000 One Wellington Rd., Lincoln, Rl 02865. 

OC Omega Chemicals, Inc 803-582-5346 P.O. Box 1723. Spartanburg. SC 29304 

ORG Organlcs/LaGrange, Inc 312-764-6700 7125 N. Clark St. , Chicago, IL 60626. 

OCC Orient Chemical Corp 201-466-0714 121 Tyler St.. Port Newar*, NJ 07114. 

BSW Original Bradford Soap Works, Inc 401-821-2141 200 Providence St.. W. Warwick, 

Rl 02893. 
CJO C.J. Osborn Chemicals, Inc 609-662-0126 820 Sherman Ave. , Pennsauken. 

NJ 08110. 

OCF Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp 419-248-8000 FIberglas Tower, Toledo. OH 43659. 

ONE Oxy Petrochemicals, Inc 713-623-2246 5 Greenway Raza, Suite 2500, Houston. 

TX 77046. 
PBI PBI-Qordon Corp 816-421-4070 1217 W. 12th St.. Kansas City, 

MO 64101-1407. 

PDG PD Glycol 409-838-4521 P.O. Box 3785. Beaumont, TX 77704. 

PSG PMC Inc., PMC Specialities Group, Inc. ... 216-356-0700 20525 Center Ridge Rd. Rocky River, 

OH 44116. 
PMP PMP Fermentation Products. Inc 414-352-3001 7670 N. Port Washington Rd., Milwaukee, 

Wl 53217. 

PPG PPG industries, Inc 412-434-3131 One PPG PUce, Rttsburgh, PA 15272. 

PAC Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp 213-725-1800 5701 S. Eastern Ave. Suite 530, 

Lot Angeles, CA 90040. 

PRA Para-Chem. Southern irw 803-967-7691 P.O. Box 127, SlmpsonvUle, SC 29681 . 

PAH Parish Chemical Co 801-226-2018 145 N. Geneva Rd. . Orem, UT 84057, 

PD Parke-Davis DIv.. of Warner Lambert 616-392-2375 188 Howard Ave, Holland. Mi 49424. 

Inc. 

PSC Passaic Color & Chemical Co 201-279-0400 28-36 Paterson St. , Paterson, NJ 07501. 

PAT Pat-Chem, Inc 803-233-3941 11 Worley Rd. , Greenville SC 29602. 

CHP C. H. Patrick & Co. . Inc 803-244-4831 P.O. Box 2526. Greenville, SC 29602. 

PEL Pelron Corp 708-442-9100 7847 W, 47th St. . Lyons, IL 60534. 

PEN Penick Corp 201-621-2804 158 Mount Olive Ave. , Newark NJ 07714 

PAR Pennzoll Products Co., Penreco DIv 713-337-1534 4401 Park Ave. Dickinson, TX 77539. 

BPT Permuthane Coatings. Inc 508-531-1880 13 Corwtn St. , Peabody, MA 01960. 

PST Perstorp Compounds, Inc 413-584-2472 238 Nonotuck St. , Florence. MA 01060. 

PST Perstorp Polyds, Inc 419-729-5448 600 Matzlnger Rd. . Toledo. OH 43612. 

PFN Pfanstiehl Laboratories, inc 708-623-0370 1219 Glen Rock Ave. , Waukegan. 

IL 60085. 

PCW Pfister Chemical, Inc 201-945-5400 Unden Ave. . RIdgefleld. NJ 07657. 

PFZ Pfizer, inc 212-573-2323 235 E. 42nd St., New York, NY 10017. 

Pfizer Pharmaceuticals. Inc 609-846-4300 P.O. Box 628, Barceloneta, PR 00617. 

PHR Pharmachem Corp 215-867-4654 719 Stefko Blvd. , Bethlehem. PA 18016. 

PLB Pharmacia P-L Blochemlcals, Inc 414-227-3600 2202 N. Bartlett Ave. . Milwaukee. 

Wl 53202. 



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Synthetic organic chemicals alphabeticai directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals msmufacturers that reported production aund/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the IS Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

PDI Phelps Dodge Industries. Inc 219-456-4444 4300 New Haven Ave. . Fort Wayne. 

Phelps Dodge Magnet Wire Co. IN 46603. 

PLC Phillips 66 Co 918-661-6600 Phillips BIdg. , Bartlesvllle . OK 74004. 

PPX Phillips Paraxylene. Inc 809-864-1515 P.O. Box 1162. Quay ama. PR 00655. 

PPR Phillips Puerto Rico Core. Inc 809-864-1515 P.O. Box 1 166. Guayama. PR 00655. 

PHC Phthalchem, Inc 513-681-0099 266 W. Mitchell Ave. . Cincinnati. 

OH 45232. 

PCI Redmont Chemical Industries, Inc 919-885-5131 331 Burton Ave. . High Point. NC 27261 . 

PIC Pierce Chemical Co 815-968-0747 3747 N. Meridan Rd., Rockford. IL 61103. 

PIL Riot Chemical Co 213-723-0036 1 1756 Burlce St. . Santa Fe Springs. 

CA 90670. 

PPL Roneer Rastlcs Corp 207-784-91 1 1 1 Ronlte Rd. . Auburn. ME 04210. 

PKL Raskollte, Inc 614-294-3281 P.O. Box 1497. Columbus. OH 43216. 

PSL Raslok Corp 716-681-7755 3155 Broadway. Buffalo. NY 14227. 

PLS Rastlcs Engineering Co 414-458-2121 3518 Lakeshore Rd. . Sheboygan. 

Wl 53081. 
PMC Rastlcs Manufacturing Co 214-330-8671 2700 S. Westmoreland. Dallas, 

TX 75233. 

RCD Polysar. Inc 203-934-6315 17 Woodland. Rd. . Madison. CT 06443. 

PRT Pratt «. Lambert, Inc 716-873-6000 P.O. Box 22, Buffalo, NY 14240. 

JLP J. L. Prescott Co 201-777-4200 27 - 8th St. , Passaic, NJ 07055. 

PCH Prochem, Inc 215-436-4812 890 Fern Hill Rd. , West Chester. 

PA 19380. 

PQ Procter & Gamble Co.. Procter & 513-627-6386 Spring Grove & June St.. St. Bernard. 

Gamble Mfg. Co. OH 45217. 

PRC Products Research & Chemical Corp 818-240-2060 5430 San Fernando Rd.. Glendale. 

CA 91209. 

QKO QO Chemicals. Inc 317-497-6110 2801 Kent Ave. . W. Lafayette. IN 47906. 

QCP Quaker Chemical Corp 215-828-4250 Elm & Lee Sts. . Conshohocken . 

PA 19428-0809. 
USI Quantum Chemical Corp. . USI DIv 513-530-6580 1 1500 Northlake Dr. , Cincinnati, 

OH 45249. 
QTR Questra Chemicals Corp 404-434-1333 2859 Paces Ferry Rd. , Atlanta, 

GA 30339. 

QUN K. J. Quinn & Co. . Inc 617-474-7177 135 Folly Mill Rd. , Seabrook, NH 03874. 

AMU RPM American Enrnjlslons Co., Inc 404-226-7028 1202 Dozler St. . Dalton, GA 30721. 

RSA R.S.A. Corp 914-693-1818 690 Saw Mill River Rd. . Ardsley. 

NY 10502. 

nCN Racon. Inc 316-524-3245 6040 S. Ridge Rd. . Wichita. KS 67201 . 

BLC Ranbar Technology, Inc 412-486-1 111 1114 William Fllnn Highway. Glenshaw. 

PA 15116. 

RAY Rayonler Chemical Products, Inc 203-348-7000 P.O. Box 68967, Seattle, WA 98188. 

RAB Raytech Corp 203-371-0101 1204 Darilngton Ave. , Crawfordsvllle, 

IN 47933. 

RBI Reeves Brothers, Inc 803-576-1210 P.O. Box 3127. Spartanburg. SC 29304. 

REG Regis Chemical Co 708-967-6000 8210 Austin Ave. , Morton Grove. 

IL 60053. 
RCI Relchhold Chemicals. Inc 914-682-5700 800 Calltola Dr. . Research Triangle Park, 

Durham. NC 27713. 
RIL Rellly Industries. Inc 317-247-8141 1510 Market Square Center. Indianapolis. 

IN 46204. 
CRT Rellly-Whiteman, Inc 215-423-5300 801 Washington St. , Conshohocken, 

PA 19428. 
LUR Rellly -Whiteman. Inc 215-423-5300 2600 E. Tioga St. . Philadelphia. 

PA 19134. 
ELP Rexene Products Co 214-450-9000 5005 LBJ Freeway, Occidental Tower. 

Dallas. TX 75244. 
RDA Rhone-Poulenc. Inc 201-821-1000 CN 5266. Princeton. NJ 08543-5266. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the IS Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

AMS RIdgway Color Co 513-771-1900 410 Glendale-Mllford Rd. , Cincinnati, 

OH 45215. 
RIK RIker Laboratories, Inc., Sub. of 3M Co . . . 818-341-1300 19901 Nordhoff St.. Northrldge, 

CA 91324. 
RIV RIverdale Chemical Co 708-754-3330 220 E. 17th St. , Chicago Heights, 

IL 60411-3699. 

ROB Robeco Chemicals, Inc 212-986-6410 99 Park Ave. , New York, NY 10016. 

ORT Roehr Chemlcatis, Inc, DIv. of Aceto 

Corp 718-784-8473 52-20 37th St. , Long Island City, 

NY 11101. 
RH Rohm & Haas Co 215-592-3000 Independence Mall West. , Philadelphia, 

PA 19105. 

DRB Rohm Tech, Inc 508-342-5831 119 Authority Dr. , FItchburg, MA 01420. 

ROM Roma Color, Inc 617-676-3481 749 Quequechan St. , Fall River, 

MA 02723. 
RQT Roquette Corp 708-249-5950 1550 Northwestern Ave. , Gumee, 

IL 60031-2392. 

RUC Rubicon, Inc 504-673-6141 P.O. Box 517, Qelsmar, LA 70734. 

RUO Ruco Polymer Corp 516-931-8104 New South Rd., HIcksvllle, NY 11802. 

NES Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co 814-238-2424 201 Struble Rd. , State College, 

PA 16801. 

SBP SBS Products Inc 517-799-4941 302 Waller St. , Saginaw, Ml 48602. 

SCM SCMCorp.: 

Glldco Organlcs 904-768-5800 P.O. Box 389, Jacksonville, FL 32201 . 

PCR, Inc 904-376-8246 P.O. Box 1466, Gainesville, FL 32609. 

SOS SSC Industries. Inc 404-762-9651 1550 E. Taylor Ave. , East Point, 

GA 30344. 
NPR Safeway, Inc 41 5-944-4329 2800 Ygnacio Valley Rd. , Walnut Creek, 

CA 94598. 
STX St. Croix Petrochemical Corp 809-778-6450 P.O. Box 6801 , Sunny Isle, St. Croix, 

U.S. VI 00823-6801. 

SLM Salem Oil & Grease Co 508-745-0585 60 Grove St. , Salem, MA 01970. 

Sandoz Chemical Corp.: 

S Sandoz Chemical Corp 704-331-7016 4000 Monroe Rd. , Charlotte, NC 28205. 

SDC Sandoz Chemical Corp 704-331-7016 4000 Monroe Rd. , Charlotte, NC 28205. 

ZOC Sandoz Corp. Protection 312-699-1616 1300 E. Toulty Ave. , Des Plalnes, 

IL 60018. 
SCN Schenectady Chemicals, Inc 518-370-4200 Congress & 9th Sts. . Schenectady, 

NY 12306. 

SBC Scher Chemicals, Inc 201-471-1300 Industrial West. Clifton. NJ 07012. 

SCH Schering Corp 201-298-4000 1011 Morris Ave. , Union, NJ 07081 . 

SCO SchoHer, Inc 215-739-0900 P.O. Box 26968, Philadelphia, PA 19134. 

SPR Scientific Protein Laboratories 608-849-5944 700 E. Main St. , Waunakee, Wl 53597. 

SPA Scott Paper Co 215-521-5000 P.O. Box 925, Everett, WA 98206. 

TXS Scott Polymers, Inc 817-831-3541 3607 N. Sylvanla Ave. , Fort Worth, 

TX 76111. 

SRL G. D. Searle 4 Co 708-982-7000 5200 Old Orchard Rd. , Skokle, IL 60077. 

BRI Sedgefleld Specialities 919-379-2000 3330 W. Friendly Ave. . Greensboro, 

NC 27406. 

SQA Sequa Chemicals, Inc 803-385-5181 P.O. Box 70. Chester. SC 29706. 

SKP Shakespeare Monofilament DIv 803-754-701 1 6111 Shakespeare Rd. . Columbia, 

SC 29240. 

SHO Shell OH Co 713-241-9548 P.O. Box 3105, Houston, TX 77253. 

SHC Shell Chemical Co 713-241-9548 P.O. Box 3105, Houston, TX 77253. 

SGO Shenango. Inc 412-771-4400 200 Neville Rd. , Pittsburgh, 

PA 15225-1690. 

SHP Shepherd Chemical Co 513-731-1110 4900 Beech St. . Cincinnati, OH 45212. 

SHX Sherex Chemical Co. , Inc 614-764-6500 5777 Frantz Rd. . Dublin, OH 43017. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabeticai directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Intema- 
tlonzU Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetlcedly , together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name ol company number Office address 

The Shenwin- Williams Co.: 

SW Sherwin-Wllllams Co 216-566-2000 11541 S. Champlain, Chicago. IL 60628. 

SW SherwIn-Wllllams Co 216-566-2000 Boggs Lane South. Richmond, KY 40475. 

SW Sherwin-Wllllams Co 216-566-2000 2802 W. Miller Rd. , Garland TX 75041 . 

BAL Consumer DIv 301-625-8284 2325 Holllns Ferry Rd. , Baltimore. 

MD 21230. 
SHT Shintech, Inc 713-965-0713 24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 81 1 , Houston. 

TX 77046. 

SMP J. R. SImplot Co 208-336-2110 P.O. Box 912 Pocatello, ID 83204. 

UPF Sloss Industries Inc 205-254-7801 3500 - 35th Ave. , Birmingham, 

AL 35207. 
SK SmIthKllne Beechman Chemicals 215-751-4000 One Franklin Raza, Phildelphia, 

PA 19101. 

SMO Smooth-On, Inc 201-647-5800 1000 Valley Rd. , Gillette. NJ 07933. 

SLT Soltex Polymer Corp 713-522-1781 P.O. Box 1000, Deer Park, TX 77536. 

SLC Soluol Chemical Co. , Inc 401-821-8100 Green Hill & Market Sts. , W. Warwick. 

SAL Solvay Animal Health, Inc 515-257-2422 2000 Rockford Rd. , Charles City, 

lA 50616. 
SAC Southeastern Adhesives 704-754-3493 815-D Virginia St. . SW. . Lenoir. 

NC 28645. 
SWR Southwestern Refining Co. , Inc 512-884-8863 P.O. Box 9217, Corpus Chrlstl. 

TX 78469. 

SPL Spauiding Composites Co 716-692-2000 310 Wheeler St. , Tonawanda. NY 14150. 

ASL Specialty Chem Products Corp 715-735-9033 2 Stanton St. . Marinette, Wl 54143. 

SOI Specialty Organlcs, Inc 818-962-2008 5623 N. 4th St. . Irwindale, CA 91706. 

IPP Spectrachem Corp 201-595-8181 200 Sheridan Ave. , Paterson, NJ 07512. 

sec Standard Chlorine of Delaware, inc 201-997-1700 1035 Belleville Turnpike, Kearny, 

NJ 07032. 
STP Stepan Co 815-727-4944 22500 Miiisdaie Rd. , Eiwood. IL 60421 

auid 100 W. Henter Ave., Maywood. 

NJ 07607. 
SC Sterling Chemicals. Inc 409-942-3360 201 Bay St. South. Texas City. 

TX 77592-1311. 

SD Sterling Drug, Inc 212-907-2000 2144 E. State St. , Trenton, NJ 08619. 

212-907-2000 P.O. Box 11247, Barceionlta, PR 00617. 

SDW Sterling Organlcs Div 212-907-2000 90 Park Ave. , New York, NY 10016. 

CIN Stockhausen. Inc 919-333-3500 2408 Doyle St. , Greensboro, NC 27406. 

IRI Stuart-ironsides, inc 708-655-4595 7575 Plaza Court, Wliiowbrook, IL 60521 

SUN Sun Company, inc 215-977-6358 1801 Market St. , Philadelphia, PA 19103. 

SNA Sun Chemical Corp.. Rgments DIv 212-986-5500 411 Sun Ave. , Cincinnati. OH 45232. 

RAS Surface Coatings, Inc 617-933-4200 100 Eames St. . Wlimlngon, MA 01887. 

TCC Sybron Chemical. Inc 609-893-1100 P.O. Box 66, Birmingham Rd. , 

Birmingham, NJ 08011. 
INP Synair Corp 615-698-8801 2003 Amnlcoia Hwy. , Chattanooga. 

TN 37406. 

BUC Synalloy Corp. , Blackman Uhier 803-585-3661 Croft industrial Park, Spartanburg, 

Chemical Div. SC 29304. 

SRY Synray Corp 201-245-2600 209 N. Michigan Ave. . Kenliworth, 

NJ 07033. 

HFT Syntex Agribusiness, inc 417-866-7291 P.O. Box 1246, Springfield, MO 65810. 

SYP Synthetic Products Co 216-531-6010 1000 Wayside Rd. . Cleveland. OH 44110. 

SYT Synthron. Inc 704-437-8611 P.O. Box 111 1 . Morganton, NC 28655. 

TKD Takeda Chemical Products USA. inc 919-762-8666 P.O. Box 2577. Wilmington. NC 28402. 

TEK Teknor Apex Co 401-725-8000 505 Central Ave. , Pawtucket. Rl 02861. 

TLI Teiedyne industries. Inc., Teledyne 408-637-3731 3601 Union Rd., Holllster, 

CA 95024-0006. 
McCormIck Seiph. 

TOC Tenneco Methanol Co 713-757-2131 1010 Milan St. , Houston. TX 77252. 

TEN Tennessee Chemical Co 615-496-3331 1 Ocoee St. . Copperhlii. TN 37317. 



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Table A-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals alphabetical directory of manufacturers, by company, 1989 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 are listed below alphabetically, together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

TVA Tennessee Valley Authority, NFDC 205-386-3521 Muscle Shoals, AL 35660. 

TVA, OACD, DIv. of Developmental 
Production. 
TER Terra International, Ino 712-277-1340 Terra Centre. 600 - 4th St. , Sioux City, 

lA 51101. 

TER Terra International, Inc 712-277-1340 1000 Terra Dr. , Woodward. OK 73801 . 

TX Texaco Chemical Co 713-432-3734 3040 Post Oak Rd. , Houston. TX 77056. 

TSA Texas Alkyls. Inc 713-479-8411 P.O. Box 600, Deer Park. TX 77536. 

TPC Texas Petrochemicals Corp 713-477-9211 8600 Park Place Blvd. , Houston, 

TX 77017. 
TWD Tonawanda Cok» Corp 716-876-6222 P.O. Box 5007, Tonawanda, 

NY 14151-5007. 

TRl Triad Chemical 504-473-9231 P.O. Box 310. Donaldsonvlll*. LA 70346. 

TRO Troy Chemical Corp 201-589-2500 One Avenue L, Newark. NJ 07105. 

TUL TuH Chemical Co.. Inc 205-831-1154 P.O. Box 3246, Oxford, AL 36203. 

TLC Twin Lake Chemical, Inc 716-433-3824 520 Mill St. . Lockport, NY 14095. 

UPM UOP, Inc 312-391-2000 25 E. Algonguin Road, Des Plalnes, 

IL 60017-5017. 
UHL Paul Uhllch i Co. , Inc 914-478-2000 1 Railroad Ave. , Hastlngs-on-Hudson, 

NY 10706. 

DRL Unlchema North America 312-376-9000 4650 S. Racine Ave. . Chicago, IL 60609. 

NCI Union Camp Corp 201-628-2000 1600 Valley Rd. , Wayne, NJ O7470. 

NCI BBA DIv 201-628-2000 2051 N. Lane Ave. . Jacksonville, 

FL 32236. 

WTH Chemical DIv 201-628-9000 875 Harger St. . Dover. OH 44622. 

UCC Union Carbide Corp. . Industrial 304-747-3825 P.O. Box 8361 , Charleeton. WV 25303. 

Chemical DIv. 
UOC Union OH Co. of Calttomla 213-977-5131 1201 W. Fifth St. . Los Angeles. 

CA 90017. 
UTP Union Texas Products Corp 713-623-6544 1330 Post Oak Blvd. Houston 

TX 77252-2120. 
USR Unlroyal Chemical Co. , Inc 203-573-3886 Wortd Headquarters. MIddlebury. 

CT 06749 

UNN United Aniline Co 617-762-4057 Endlcott St. . Norwood. MA 02062. 

UNO United Erie, Inc 814-456-7561 438 Huron St. , Erie. PA 16502. 

USB U.S. Borax & Chennlcal Corp 213-251-5400 3075 Wllshlre Blvd. . Los Angeles. 

CA 90010. 
USX U.S. Steel. DIv. Of USX: 

Clalrton Plant 412-433-4980 600 Grant St. . Pittsburgh. PA 15219. 

Gary Works 412-433-4980 600 Grant St. . Pittsburgh. PA 15219. 

UTC Unltex Chemical Corp 919-378-0965 520 Broome Rd. . Greensboro. NC 27406. 

UPJ The Upjohn Co 616-323-4000 7000 Portage Rd. , Kalamazoo, Ml 49001 . 

CWN Fine Chemicals 203-281-2700 410 Sackett Point Rd. , North Haven. 

CT 06473. 

VSV Valentine Sugars, Inc 504-532-2541 Rt 2. Box 625, Lockport. LA 70374. 

VLR Valero Refining & Marketing Co 512-246-2000 530 McCullough. San Antonio. TX 78292. 

VCM Vanchem. Inc 716-434-2624 1 N. Transit Rd. . Lockport, NY 14094. 

VDM Van De Mark Chemical Co. . Inc 716-433-6764 1 N. Transit Rd. , Lockport. NY 14094. 

VNC Vanderbllt Chemical Corp 203-744-3900 31 Taylor Ave. . Bethel. CT 06801 . 

203-853-1400 and Rt. #2. Box 54. Murray. KY 42071. 

VND Van Dyk, DIv. of Malllnckrodt. Inc 201-450-3206 Main & William Sts. . Belleville. NJ 07109. 

VEL Velslcol Chemical Corp 708-698-9700 5600 N. River Rd. . Rosemont, IL 60018. 

VIN Vlneland Chemical Co. . Inc 609-691-3535 161 1 Wheat Rd. , Vlneland, NJ 08360. 

VCC VInlngs Industries. Inc 404-436-1542 3950 Cumberiand Pkviry. . Atlanta, 

GA 30101. 
VKR Vlrider Co 704-527-2350 1022 Pressley Rd. . Chartotte. NC 28210. 



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(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1989 ve listed below alph2ibetlcaUly , together with their Identification codes as used In 
the 15 Individual sections of this report) 

Identi- 
fication Telephone 
code Name of company number Office address 

VST Vista Chemical Co 713-531-3200 15990 N. Barkers Landing Rd. , 

Houston. TX 77224. 

VTM Vitamins, Inc 312-861-0700 200 E. Randolph Dr. . Chicago, IL 60601. 

FRO Vulcan Materials Co., Chemicals DIv 205-877-3000 P.O. Box 7689, Birmingham, AL 35233. 

VYN Vygen Corporation 216-998-1120 Middle Road. Ashtabula. OH 44004. 

SWS Wacker Silicones Corp 517-264-8500 3301 Sutton Rd. , Adrian, Ml 49221 . 

WJ Wamer-Jenklnson Co 314-658-7342 2526 Baldwin St. , St. Louis, MO 63106. 

WCA West Coast Adheslves Co 503-286-3515 11104 NW Front Ave. . Portland, 

OR 97231. 

EW Westlnghouse Electric Corp 412-864-7960 Route 993, Manor. PA 15665. 

Insulating Materials DIv. 

WPG WestPoInt Pepperell, Inc 404-645-4753 1900 Cunningham Dr. , Opellka, 

Grifftex Chemical Co. Sub. AL 36801. 

WVA Westvaco Corp 212-688-5000 P.O. Box 70848, Charleston Heights, 

SC 29415. 
WRD Weyerhauser Co 715-384-2141 118 3. Palmetto Ave. , Marshfleld, 

Wl 54449. 

WPS Wheeling- Pittsburgh Steel Corp 304-234-2439 1134 Market St. , Wheeling. WV 26003. 

WCC White Chemical Corp 201-621-4100 660 Frellnghuysen Ave. , Newark, 

NJ 07114. 

WHW Whittemore-Wrlght Co., Inc 617-242-1180 62 Alford St., Boston. MA 02129. 

CHN Wll-Gro Fertilizer, Inc 918-825-3383 P.O. Box 429, Pry or, OK 74362. 

WTC Wltco Corp 201-573-2800 155 TIce Blvd. , Woodcllff Lake, 

NJ 07675. 

WCL Wright Corp 919-251-0234 102 Orange St. , Wilmington. NC 28403. 

WYK Wyckoff Chemical Co. , Inc 616-637-8474 1421 Kalamazoo St. , S. Haven. 

Ml 49090. 

WYT Wyeth Laboratories, Inc., Wyeth 215-341-3867 P.O. Box 13745, Philadelphia, 

Laboratories DIv. of American 
Home Products Corp. 



Source: Compiled from data received In response to questionnaires of the U.S. International Trade Commission. 



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APPENDIX B 

CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES; 

GLOSSARY OF SYNONYMOUS NAMES 



Appendix B 

Table B-1 

Cyclic lnterm«dlates: Glossary of synonymous nsmas 



Common name Standard (chemical abstracts) name 

A acid 3,5-Dlhyclroxy-2.7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

Acetyl-p-phenylenedlamln« 4'-Amlnoacetanlllde. 

1 ,2.4-acld 4-Amino-3-hydroxy-1-naphthalenesulfonlc acid 

(1-Amlno-2-naphthol-4-sulfonlc acid) . 

Acid yellow 9 e-Amlno-3,4' -azodlbenzenesulfonic acid. 

p-AmlnobenzenesulfonIc add Sulfanlllc acid and salt. 

m-AmlnobonzoyI J add 4-Hydroxy-7-(m-annlnob«nzamldo)- 

2-naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

Aminoepsllon acid 8-Amlno-1 ,6-naphthalen3dlsutfonlc add. 

Amino G add 7-Amlno-1 , 3-naphthal©nedl3ulfonlc add. 

Amino J add 6-Amlno-1 ,3-naphthalenedlsulfonlc add. 

Amino R salt 3-Amlno-2,7-naphthal«nedl8ulfonlc add. 

Aniline oil AnHlne. 

Anthraflavic add 2,6-Dlhydroxyanthraqulnone. 

Anthrarufin 1 .S-Dfhydroxyanthraqulnono. 

Armstrong & Wynne's add 4-Hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

B add 5-Amlno-4-hydroxy-1 .7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc add. 

2B add 6-Amlno-4-chtoro-m-toluene8ulfonlc add. 

48 add 6-Amlno-m-tduenesulfonlc add. 

Benzal chloride a.O-Dlchlorotoluene. 

Benzanthrone 7H-Banz|de)anthracen-7-one. 

Benzotrtchlorlde a.cr.a-Trlchlorotoluene. 

BIsphenol A 4,4'-lsopropyndenedlphenol. 

B.O.N 3-Hydroxy-2-naphthdc add. 

Broenner' s add 6-Arnlno-2-naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

Bromamlne add 1-Amlno-4-bromo-2-anthraqulnonesulfonlc acid. 

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

C add 3-Amlno-1 .S-naphthalenedlsulfonIc add. 

C.A. add 3-Amlno-8-cWoro-4-8utfobenzolc add. 

C-Amlne (Lake Red C add) 2-Amlno-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfon(c add. 

Cassella add S-Hydroxy-l-naphthalenesuKonIc add. 

Chicago Add (SS add) 4-Annlno-5-hydroxy- 1 , 3-naphthalenedl8uttonta 

add. 

Chlorobenzanthrone Chloro-7H-benz(de}anthracen-7-one. 

Chromotropic add 4, 5-Oaiydroxy-2. 7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc add. 

Chrysazin 1 ,8-DMiydroxyanthraqulnone. 

1 .S-Cleve' 8 add 5-Am)no-2-naphthalene8ulfonlc add. 

1 .7-Cleve' 8 add 8-Am«no-2-naphthalene8ulfonlc add. 

Croceln add 7-Hydroxy-1-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

2-Cyanopyr)dlne PIcoHnonttrUe. 

3-Cyanopyr1dlne NlcotlnonltrHe. 

Cyanurlc chloride 2.4.6-TrlcWoro-8-tr1a2lne. 

D add 6-Amlno-1 -naphthalonesulfonic add. 

DADI DIanlsldlne dllsocyanate. 

DDB p-DltHJtoxybenzene. 

Decacydene Dlaoenaphtho(1 .2-J:r ,2'-IIfluoranthen». 

Dehydrothlo-p-toluldlne 2-(p-Amlnophenyl)-6-methylbenzothlazole. 

Developer Z 3-Methyl-1 -phenyl-2-pyrazolln-5-one. 

o-Dlanl8ldlne 3.3--Dlm«thoxybenz)dlne. 

1 , 1' -DIanthrlmlde 1,1'-lmlnodlanthraqulnone. 

DIbenzanthrone VIolanthrone. 

D'chlone 2.3-Olchtoro-1 ,4-naphthoqu)none. 

4,4'-Dlhydrocydlphenyleulfone 4,4'-Sulfonyldlphenol. 

Dimethyl POPOP 1 ,4-Bls (2- (4-methyl-5-phenyloxazolyl)) benzene. 

4,5-Dlnltrochry8azln 1 .e-Dlhydroxy-4,5-dlnltroanthraqulnone. 

Doxy s add 4,5-Olhydroxy-1-naphthalene8utfonlc add. 

DIphenyl epsllon add 6,8-Dlanlllno-1-naphthalene8utfonlc add. 

O^rana 1 .2.4.5-Tetramethylbenzene. 

Epsllon add (Andresen' s add) B-Hydroxy-1 ,6-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 



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Table B-1— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names 



Common name Standard (chemical abstracts) name 

F acid 7-Hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

Fast Red G base 2-Nltro-p-toluldlne [N2=1 1 . 

Fast Scarlet R base 5-Nltro-o-anlsldlne (NH2=1 ] . 

Fischer's aldehyde 1 ,3.3-Tr1methyl-u»,a-lndollneacetaldehyde. 

Fischer's base 1 ,3.3-Trtmethyl-2-methylenelndollne. 

Freund's acid 4-Amlno-2.7-n2iphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

G salt 7-Hydroxy-1 ,3-naphthalenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt. 

Gamma acid 6-Amlno-4-hydroxy-2-naphth2Uene8ulfonlc acid, 

sodium salt. 

Gold salt 9, 10-Dlhydro-9. 10-dloxo-1 -anthracenesulfonic 

acid and salt. 

H acid 4-Amlno-5-hydroxy-2 ,7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc 

acid, (8-Amlno-1-naphthol-3.6-dlsulfonlc acid). 

Helllmellltene 1 ,2,3-Trlmethylbenzene. 

Indoxyl 3(2H)-lndolone. 

Isodurene 1 ,2,3,5-Tetramethylbenzene. 

J add 7-Amlno-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid, 

sodium salt. 

J acid urea 7.7'-Ureylenebls[4-hydroxy-2- 

naphthalenesulfonlc acid] 

K acid 4-Amlno-5-hydroxy-1 .7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

Koch's acid 8-Amlno-1 ,3,6-naphthalenetrlsulfonlc acid. 

L acid 5-Hydroxy-1-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

Lake Red C amine 2-Amlno-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonlc acid. 

Laurent's acid 5-Amlno-1-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

M acid 8-Amlno-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

MEP 5-Ethyl-2-plcollne (2-Methyl-5-ethylpyrldlne) . 

Mesltylene 1 ,3,5-Trtmothylbenzene. 

Methane base 4,4'-Methylenebls(N.N-dlmethylanlllne) . 

MIchler's hydrol 4,4'-Bls(dlmethylamlno]benzhydrol. 

MIchler's ketone 4,4'-Blsidlmethylamlno]benzophenone. 

MOCA 3,3'-Dlchloro-4.4'-dlamlnodlphenylmothane. 

MVP 5-Vlnyl-2-plcollne. 

Naphthlonic add 4-Amlno-1-naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

o-NaphthlonIc add 1-Amlno-2-naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

P-Naphthol 2-Naphthol, tech 

Naphthol AS 3-Hydroxy-2-naphthanlllde. 

Q-Napthylamlne 1-Naphthylamlne. 

Neville & WInther's add 4-Hydroxy-1-naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

m-NltrobenzoyI J add 4-Hydroxy-7-(m-nltroben2amldo)-2- 

naphthalenesulfonlc add. 

Oxy Kochs acid 1-Naphthoi-3.6.8-trisulfonic add. 

Pentaanthrlmlde 1 .4.5,8-Tetrakis(1-anthraqulnonyiamino) 

anthraqulnone. 

Peri acid 8-Amlno-1-naphthaienesuifonlc acid. 

Phenyibiphenyl Terphenyl. 

N-Phenyldiethanoiamine 2.2'-((Phenyi)imlnoldlethanoi. 

Phenyl gamma acid 6-Aniiino-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

Phenyl J acid 7-Anliino-4-hydroxy-2-naphthaienesulfonlc add. 

Phenyl perl add 8-Aniiino-1 -naphthaienesuifonic acid. 

Rcric add 2.4,6-Trinitrophenoi. 

POPOP 1 ,4-Bis[2-(5-phenyioxazoiyi)benzene. 

Pseudocumene 1 .2.4-Trlmethylbenzene. 

Pyrazoleanthrone Anthra(1 .9-cdlpyra20l-6(2H)-one. 



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Appendix B 

Table B-1— Continued 

Cyclic Intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names 



Common name Standard (chemical abstracts) name 

Pyrazoleanthrone yellow (3.3'-Blanthral[1 ,9-cdl-pyrazole]-6,6'- 

(2H,2'H)dlone 
Pyrazolone T 5-Oxo-1-(p-8ulfophenyl)-2-pyra20llne-3- 

carboxyllc acid. 

Quinlzarin 1 ,4-Dlhydroxyanthraqulnone. 

2-Qulnlzarlnsulfonlc acid 9,10-Dlhydro-1 ,4-dlhydroxy-9.10-dloxo-2- 

anthracenesulfonlc acid. 

Quinollne yellow base Qulnophthalone. 

R salt 3-Hydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid, 

disodlum salt. 

RG acid (Violet acid) 4-Hydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

Rhodullne acid (J Acid Imlde) 7,7'-lmlnobls[4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc add] . 

RR acid 3-Amlno-5-hydroxy-2,7-naphthalonedlsulfonlc acid. 

S acid 4-Amlno-5-hydroxy-1-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

Schaffer's acid 6-Hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

Silver salt 9.10-Dlhydro-9,10-dloxo-2-2mthrazene8ulfonlc 

acid and salt. 

Solvent Yellow 1 p-Phenylazoanlllne and hydrochloride. 

Solvent Yellow 3 4-(o-Tolylazo)-o-toluldlne. 

SS acid (Chicago acid) 4-Amlno-5-hydroxy-1 ,3-naphthalenedlsulfonlc acid. 

Sulfanlllc acid p-AmlnobenzenesulfonIc acid. 

o-Sulfobenzaldehyde o-FormylbenzenesulfonIc acid. 

Tetralln 1 .2,3,4-Totrahydronaphthalene. 

Thiollndoxyl 3(2H)-Thlanaphthenone. 

Thiosallcyllc acid o-Mercaptobenzolc acid. 

Tobias acid 2-Amlno-1 -naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

TODI BItolylene dllsocyanate. 

o-Tolldlne 3.3'-Dlmethylbenzldlne. 

a-Tolulc acid Phenylacetic acid. 

a-Tolunltrlle Phenylacetonltrlle. 

4-m-Tolylenedlamlne Toluene-2,4-dlamlne. 

Trimellltic anhydride 1 .2,4-Benzenetrlcarboxyllc acid, 1 ,2-anhydrlde. 

Trimethyl base 1 ,3.3-Trlmethyl-2-methylenelndollne. 

Trinltrophenol Picric acid. 

Urea J acid (J acid urea) 7,7'Ureylenebls[4-hydroxy 

-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid] . 

Veratraldehyde 3,4-Dlmethoxybenzaldehyde. 

Veratrole o-Dlmethoxybenzene. 

Vlnyltoluene ar-Methylstyrene. 

Violet add (RG add) 4-Hydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonlc add. 



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APPENDIX C 

SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 

U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1989, 

HARMONIZED SYSTEM BASIS 



Appendix C 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, U.S. Production and Sales, 1989, 
Harmonized System Basis 

The following table contains 1989 U.S. production and sales data for synthetic 
organic chemicals in the 6-digit Harmonized System (HS) format. The Commission 
decided to compile such data in this format in response to the decision by the U.S. 
Bureau of the Census to publish Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) data which will 
be convertible to the HS beginning with the 1987 Census of Manufactures. The U.S. 
Bureau of the Census has historically referred to the Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United 
States Production and Sales (SOC) report in the chemicals section of the Census of 
Manufactures, which permits them to omit collecting synthetic organic chemicals 
production and shipments data from its respondents. Because of this situation, the SOC 
data will now also be compiled on an HS basis to provide comparablility with the new SIC 
format. 

The table provides production and sales data on a 6-digit HS basis only where 
publication would not violate the statutory provisions relating to unlawful disclosure of 
information accepted in confidence by the Commission. It includes only the 6-digit item 
numbers with publishable data from a number of HS chapters in which these chemicals 
are classified, but does not provide totals by chapter or overall total figures. 



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Synthetic Organic Chemicals, 1989 



Table C-1 

Synthetic organic chemical*: U.S. production and «ale«, 1989. harmonized tyef m basit 



Product ten 



Sales 



HSI 

number Description 



Quantity 
Kilograms 



Quantity 
Kilograms 



Value 
Dollars 



271113 
290121 
290122 
290124 
290211 
290220 
290230 
290244 
290250 
290260 
290270 
290311 

290312 
290313 
290321 
290340 

290511 
290512 

290513 
290514 
290531 
290532 
290542 
290544 
290711 
290713 

290723 

290941 
290942 

290943 

291010 
291211 
291213 
291411 
291412 
291413 
291422 
291441 

291521 
291522 
291531 
291532 
291533 
291534 
291731 
291732 
291735 
291822 

292141 
293211 
310210 
320411 



Butanee, liquefied 383,306.643 

Ethylene 15.870.502,405 

Propene (Propylene) 9,331.186.249 

Buta-1 ,3-dlene and leoprene 1 ,573,778,426 

Cyclohexane 1,031,210.603 

Benzene 5,414.072,000 

Toluene 2.634,809,000 

Mixed xylene Isomers 2,947,573,624 

Styrone 3,781 ,561 ,000 

Ethylbenzene 4.189,377,000 

Cumene 2,007.702,325 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) and 

chloroethane( Ethyl chloride) 282,253,781 

DIchloromethane (Methylene chloride) 218,468,084 

Chloroform (Trlchloromethane) 266,534,101 

Vinyl chloride (Chloroethylene) 4,597.104.069 

Halogenated derive of acyclic hydrocarbons 

containing two or more different halogens 591 .928.000 

Methanol (Methyl alcohol) 3.704.475.000 

Propan-1-ol (Propyl alcohol) and propan-2-ol 

(Isopropyl alcohol) 751,152.177 

Butan-1-ol (n-Butyl alcohol) 794,099.727 

Other butanols nspf (') 

Ethylene glycol (Ethanedlol) 2,477.135,000 

Propylene glycol (Propane-1,2-dlol) 365,300.160 

Pentaerythrttdl 47.967.523 

D-glucltol (Sorbitol) 150.651 .000 

Phenol (Hydroxybenzene) and Its salts 1 ,726,417,000 

Octylphenol, nonylphenol and their Isomers: 

salts thereof 88,949,769 

4,4'-l8opropylldenedlphenol (BIsphenol A, 

DIphenylolpropane) and Its salts 563.073.906 

2.2'-Oxydlethanol (DIethylene glycol, DIgol) 197,302,558 

Monomethyl ethers of ethylene glycol or of 

diethylene glycol 50.256.964 

Monobutyl ethers of ethylene glycol or of 

diethylene glycol 206.668,425 

Oxirane (Ethylene oxide) 2,281 ,986,000 

Methanal (Formaldehyde) 2,673.233.000 

Butanal (Butyraldehyde, normal Isomer) 763.571 ,756 

Acetone 1,145,022,000 

Butanone (Methyl ethyl ketone) 204,157,432 

4-Methylpentan-2-one (Methyl Isobutyl ketone) .. 77,494,000 

Cyclohexanone and methylcyclohexanones 483,276,918 

4-hydroxy-4-methylpentan-2-one 

(DIacetone alcohol) (') 

Acetic add 1 ,493,971 ,000 

Sodium acetate 20,036.000 

Ethyl acetate 132.346,197 

Vinyl acetate 1,157,802,383 

n-Butyl acetate 101 ,632,953 

Isobutyl acetate 37.302.881 

DIbutyl orthophthalates 9,725.036 

DIoctyl orthophthalates 138.827.841 

Phthallc anhydride 416.125.000 

O-Acetylsallcyllc add (Aspirin) . Its salts 

and esters 10.200.745 

Aniline and Its salts 460.998.000 

Tetrahydrofuran 78.275.423 

Urea, whether or not In aqueous solution 5,368.457.000 

Disperse dyes and prepau'atlons based thereon . . . 12.184,000 



319. 
7.622, 
5,269, 
1,467, 
1,048, 
3,504 
1,764 
1,421 
1,965 

145 
1,271 



572.334 
,373.816 
.184,835 
.717,690 
,405.116 
.956.323 
,066,854 
,630,540 
840,000 
353,000 
899,046 



(') 

140,857,000 

229,311,000 

1,181,140,330 

463.488,000 
2,238,583.000 

588.799.816 

260.716.254 

57.409.000 

2.257.087.000 

290,795,854 

51.848.369 

113.495.956 

654,045,000 

(') 

180,964.875 
158.023,863 

45,340,617 

180,968.624 

207,834.629 

1.305.488.000 

(') 

711.140.045 

226.261.480 

75.633,000 

56.672,973 

9,851.413 

358,763.000 

(') 

94,672.902 

589.091.527 

86,374,150 

24.438,841 

8,107.763 

139,588,078 

195,880,041 

(') 

316.383.316 

33.751.110 

5.074,040.000 

10.595,000 



55 

3.991 

2.109 

633 

489 

1.360 

548 

506 

1.411 

80 

601 



.765.838 
.875.940 
.565.279 
.080.216 
,447,663 
,244,906 
,598.556 
.041,875 
,501,000 
,532,885 
.429,107 



(') 

66.777,169 

102,223.000 

764.707,466 

1,012,087.000 
326.720.000 

275.555.201 

147,693,286 

41.135,000 

1.983,438,000 

251,006,259 
70,241.884 
94.556.384 

619,665.000 

(') 

221.658.210 
109.030.248 

50.364.173 

179.877.363 

269.957.878 

173,426,000 

(') 

294.471,819 

138,569.661 

64,813.000 

64.322.449 

10.535.384 

137.830.000 

(') 

60.689.412 
4/3,258.716 

56.020.051 

16.641,309 

9,187.703 

121.916,833 

130.785.913 

(') 

215.866,614 

64,063.618 

696,343.000 

117.706.000 



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Table C-1— Continued 

Synthetic organic chemicals: U.S. production and sales, 1989, harmonized system basis 



HSI 

number Description 



320412 

320413 
320414 
320415 



320416 
320417 
320420 
390110 

390120 

390210 
390311 
390319 
390330 

390461 
390511 
390610 
390730 
390750 
390810 

390910 
390920 
390940 
390950 



Acid dyes, premetalllzod or not. mordant 

dyes and preparations based thereon 

Basic dyes and preparations based thereon . . . 
Direct dyes and preparations based thereon . . . 
Vat dyes (Including those usable in that 

state as pigments) and preparations based 

thereon 

Reactive dyes and preparations based thereon . 

Pigments Jtnd preparations based thereon 

Fluorescent brightening agents 

Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 

less than 0.94 

Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 0.94 

or more 

Polypropylene 

Polystyrene, expandable 

Polystyrene, other than expandable 

Acrylonltrlle-butadlene-styrene (ABS) 

copolymers 

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFEI 

Polymers of vinyl acetate In aqueous dispersion 

Polymethyl methacrylate 

Epoxide resins 

Alkyd resins 

Polyamlde-6, -11. -12. -6.6. -6.9, -6,10 or 

-6,12 (nylon type) 

Urea resins; thiourea resins 

Melamlne resins 

Phenolic resins 

Polyurethanes 



Production 


Sales 




Quantity 
Kilograms 


Quantity 
Kilograms 


Value 
Dollars 


5,764,000 

5,476,000 

28,823,000 


6,339,000 

5,235,000 

20,949,000 


73.370,000 

70,523,000 

118,619,000 


16,713.689 
13,832,000 
50,053,000 
60,711,000 


16,698,613 

9,830,000 

42,980,000 

57,181.000 


78,861,434 
118,972,000 
697,145,000 
119,787,000 


4,121,039,260 


3,864,414.532 


3,891,068,344 


3,197.750,000 

3.039.309,000 

315,828.422 

2,084,435,597 


3.064,941,000 

2,973,767,593 

259,183,240 

1,696,290,515 


3.486,406,000 

2,473,615,661 

403,757,149 

2,060,471,710 


547,436,000 
(') 
296.642,158 
291,416,014 
386,383,675 
322.475,327 


500,304,000 
12,482,036 
215,565,554 
189,328,819 
251,587.153 
218,430,232 


1,021,475,000 
174,664.627 
347,713,899 
450,151,867 
660,328,778 
382,070.122 


1,448,708,000 

933,877,000 

81,613.071 

833,553,509 

216,759,374 


967,860,000 
851,717,000 
69.167,585 
517,046,991 
101,481.582 


3,454,463,000 
255,815,000 
135,114,736 
972,065,501 
364,023,274 



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APPENDIX D 
ALPHABETICAL CHEMICAL INDEX 



Appendix D 

Alphabetical Chemical Index 

The alphabetical index of chemicals contained in this appendix table is an 
outgrowth of the processing of data by the U.S. International Trade Commission for its 
annual report, Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United Slates Production and Sales. This 
index will aid those who have an interest in the report, either as users of the published 
data or as suppliers of individual company data to the Commission, principally by showing 
the section number and line item number of specific chemicals. This information can be 
used to assist in locating a chemical in the report and to provide respondents to the 
Commission's questionnaire with information on where to list their production and sales 
data. The index shows only those chemicals for which production or sales were reported 
to the Commission for this edition of the report. 

The index, initially designed for Commission use in computer processing of data 
for the annual report, has certain characteristics that should be noted to increase its 
usefulness. For example, superior headings for individual entries are not shown in the 
index. Thus, understanding the contents of the first item in the index, "accelerators, 
activators, and vulcanizing agents, acyclic, other," necessitates that the index user turn to 
the individual section (in the report) and item number (in the questiormaire) to find those 
acyclic accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents already specified. Similarly, the 
index entry "specific gravity 0.940 and below" does not by itself identify the chemical 
product. The index user will need to turn to the indicated section number and item 
number to determine the chemical referred to— in this case, polyethylene. 

The chemical names used in this report and in the questionnaires sent to U.S. 
producers to obtain the data aggregated in the report are listed alphabetically in the first 
column of each listing in the index. The second column refers to the section in the report 
and questionnaire containing the chemical, and the third colurmi shows the appropriate 
item number in that section in the questionnaire. 



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United States International Trade Comnnission ■ Office of Public Affairs • Wasfiinaton, DC 20436 



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
December 17, 1990 



Contact: Betsy Godley 
or 

Ed Carroll 
202-252-1819 

USITC 90-056 



ITC PUBLISHES 73D ANNUAL REPORT ON SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



The combined production of all synthetic organic chemicals and primary 
products from petroleum and natural gas in 1989 was 173.0 billion kilograms, 
according to the ITC. That amount is 1.6 percent less than the output in 
1988. 



Sales of these materials in 1989, which totaled 98. A billion kilograms valued 
at $96.1 billion, were 0.2 percent more than in 1988 in terms of quantity and 
2.9 percent more in terms of value. These figures include data measured at 
several successive steps in the manufacturing process and, therefore, they 
necessarily reflect some duplication. 

The report, which is the 73d in an annual series, covers about 6,000 
individual chemicals and chemical products and presents statistics in as great 
detail as possible without revealing the operations of individual producers. 
The report was prepared from data supplied by 598 primary manufacturers and 
includes a list of manufacturers of each item for which production and/or 
sales was reported. 

The method for ordering the report this year is different from the past. This 
year you must order the report directly from the ITC rather than from the 
Government Printing Office, and there will be no charge for the report. 
Copies of the report Synthetic Organic Chemicals. United States Production and 
Sales. 1989 (USITC Publication 2338, December 1990) may be obtained by calling 
202-252-1809 or from the Office of the Secretary, U.S. International Trade 
Commission, 500 E Street SW. , Washington, DC 20436. Requests may also be 
faxed to 202-252-2186.