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   Alkanes       
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   All Alkanes       Alkanes are hydrocarbon chemical compounds that are linked together only by single bonded carbon and hydrogen atoms. 
   Methane       Methane consists of one carbon with four hydrogen atoms bonded to it. It has the molecular formula CH4 and is arranged in a tetrahedral shape. 
   Ethane       Ethane is a two carbon compound with three hydrogen atoms bonded to each carbon. It has the molecular formula C2H6
   Propane       Propane is a three carbon compound with three hydrogen atoms bonded to each end carbon and two hydrogen atoms bonded to the middle carbon. It has the molecular formula C3H8
   Butane       Butane is a four carbon compound with three hydrogen atoms bonded to each end carbon and two hydrogen atoms bonded to the two middle carbon atoms. It has the molecular formula C4H10
   Hexane       Hexane is a six carbon compound with three hydrogen atoms bonded to each end carbon and two hydrogen atoms bonded to the three middle carbon atoms. It has the molecular formula C6H14
   Cyclohexane       Cyclohexane is a six carbon compound in which the carbons are arranged in a ring structure with two hydrogen atoms attached to each carbon. It has the molecular formula C6H12
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   Alkenes       
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   All Alkenes       Alkenes are hydrocarbon chemical compounds that contain at least one carbon-carbon double bond. 
   Methylene / Methene       Methene, also known as methylene or carbene, is a single carbon compound bonded to two hydrogen atoms and has two radical electrons. 
   Ethylene / Ethene       Ethene, also known as ethylene, is an unsaturated hydrocarbon with two carbon atoms double bonded to each other. It has the molecular formula C2H4
   Propylene / Propene       Propene, also known as propylene, is an unsaturated hydrocarbon with three carbons. Its carbon structure contains one double bond and one single bond. It has the molecular formula C3H6
   Butylene / Butene       Butene, also known as butylene, is an unsaturated hydrocarbon with four carbons. Its carbon structure contains one double bond and two single bonds. It has the molecular formula C4H8
   Butadiene       Butadiene is an unsaturated hydrocarbon with four carbons. Its carbon structure contains two double bonds and one single bond. It has the molecular formula C4H6
   Methyl Butadiene       Methyl Butadiene, also known as Isoprene, has the molecular formula CH2=C(CH3)CH=CH2
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   All Alkynes       
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   All Alkynes       Alkynes are hydrocarbon chemical compounds that contain at least one carbon-carbon triple bond. 
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All Aromatics
   Classical Arenes       
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   All Classical Arenes       Classical Arenes are hydrocarbon compounds that contain a ring of six carbon atoms which is known as a benzene ring. 
   Benzene       Benzene is a ring shaped hydrocarbon compound with the molecular formula C6H6. The benzene ring is a very important component of the aromatic groups. 
   Cumene       Cumene is a hydrocarbon compound with the molecular formula C9H12. It consists of a benzene ring with one hydrogen atom replaced by three carbon atoms and six hydrogen atoms. 
   Toluene       Toluene is a hydrocarbon compound with the molecular formula C7H8. It consists of a benzene ring with one hydrogen atom replaced by a methyl (CH3) group. 
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   All Heterocyclic Arenes       
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   All Heterocyclic Arenes       Heterocyclic Arenes are hydrocarbon compounds that contain a ring of five carbon atoms and one other atom of oxygen, nitrogen, or sulfur. 
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   All Polycyclic Arenes       
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   All Polycyclic Arenes       Polycyclic Arenes are hydrocarbon compounds that contain more than one benzene ring. 
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All Carbonyls
   Aldehydes       
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   All Aldehydes       Aldehydes are compounds that contain a carbonyl group (a carbon that is double bonded to oxygen) which is bonded to a hydrogen atom. 
   Acetaldehyde       Acetaldehyde has the molecular formula CH3CHO and occurs naturally in coffee, bread, fruit and plants which produce it for their metabolism. 
   Butryaldehyde       Butryaldehyde, also known as butanal, has the molecular formula CH3(CH2)2 CHO. 
   Formaldehyde       Formaldehyde, also known as methanal, has the molecular formula CH2O. 
   Propanal       Propanal, also known as propionaldehyde, has the molecular formula CH3CH2 CHO. 
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   Carboxylic Acids       
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   All Carboxylic Acids       Carboxylic Acids are compounds that contain at least one carboxyl group, a carbon that is double bonded to an oxygen atom and single bonded to a hydroxyl (OH). 
   Methanoic Acid       Methanoic Acid, also known as formic acid, has the molecular formula HCOOH or HCO2 H. 
   Acetic Acid       Acetic Acid, also known as ethanoic acid, has the formula CH3 COOH. 
   Oxalic Acid       Oxalic Acid has the chemical formula that can be written as C2O4H2, C2O2(OH)2 , or HOOCCOOH. 
   Acrylic Acid       Acrylic Acid has the molecular formula CH2CHCO2 H. 
   Fumaric Acid       Fumaric Acid, also known as trans-butenedioic acid, has the molecular formula HO2CCH=CHCO2 H. 
   Adipic Acid       Adipic Acid has the molecular formula (CH2)4(COOH)2
   Terephthalic Acid       Terephthalic Acid has the molecular formula C6H4(COOH)2
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   Acid Anhydrides       
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   All Acid Anhydrides       Acid Anhydrides have two acyl groups bonded to the same oxygen atom. 
   Ethanoic Anhydride       Ethanoic Anhydride, also known as acetic anhydride, has the molecular formula (CH3CO)2O which can also be written as Ac2 O. 
   Maleic Anhydride       Maleic Anhydride has the molecular formula C2H2(CO)2O. 
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   Acyl Halides       
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   All Acyl Halides       Acyl Halides includes a carbonyl group and a halide.  
   Acetyl Bromide       Acetyl Bromide has the molecular formula C2H3 BrO. 
   Methyl Chloride       Methyl Chloride, also known as chloromethane, has the chemical formula CH3 Cl. 
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   Acid Amides       
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   All Acid Amides       Acid Amides contain a functional group that has an acyl group bonded to a nitrogen atom. 
   Aniline       Aniline, also known as phenylamine or aminobenzene, has the molecular formula C6H7 N. 
   Benzamide       Benzamide has the molecular formula C6H5CONH2
   Caprolactam       Caprolactam has the molecular formula (CH)5 C(O)NH. 
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   Esters       
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   All Esters       Esters are hydrocarbon compounds that contain one carbon atom double bonded to an oxygen atom and single bonded to another oxygen atom which is also bonded to either an alkyl or aryl group. 
   Methyl Formate       Methyl Formate, also known as methyl methanoate, has the molecular formula HCOOCH3
   Methyl Methacrylate       Methyl Methacrylate has the molecular formula CH2=C(CH3)COOCH3
   Ethyl Acetate       Ethyl Acetate has the molecular formula CH3COOCH2CH3
   Ethyl Acrylate       Ethyl Acrylate has the molecular formula C5H8O2
   Dioctyl Phthalate       Dioctyl Phthalate has the molecular formula C6H4(COOC8H17)2
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All Other Functional Groups
   Halogenated       
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   All Halogenated       Halogenated compounds are chemicals where carbon is bonded to a halogen. They include organofluorine, organochlorine, organobromine, and organoiodine compounds. 
   Chloroethane       Chloroethane, also known as monochloroethane, has the molecular formula C2H5 Cl. 
   Ethylene Chloride       Ethylene Chloride, also known as dichloroethane, has the molecular formula C2H4Cl2
   Vinyl Chloride       Vinyl Chloride has the molecular formula CH2 CHCl. 
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   Nitriles       
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   All Nitriles       Nitriles have a nitrile functional group within the compound which is a carbon triple bonded to a nitrogen. 
   Acrylonitrile       Acrylonitrile has the molecular formula CH2 CHCN. 
   Nitro-Benzene       Nitro-Benzene has the molecular formula C6H5NO2
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   Amines       
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   All Amines       Amines are functional groups that have a single nitrogen atom with a set of valance electrons that are not bonded to another compound or atom. 
   Methyl Amine       Methyl Amine has the molecular formula CH3NH2
   Hexamethylenediamine       Hexamethylenediamine has the molecular formula H2N(CH2)6NH2
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   Quaternary Ammoniums       
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   All Quaternary Ammoniums       Quaternary Ammoniums are cations that are in the structure of NR4+ , where R is an alkyl group.  All of the Quaternary Ammoniums are permanently charged. 
   Tetramethyl Ammonium Chloride       Tetramethyl Ammonium Chloride has the molecular formula [(CH3)4 N]Cl. 
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   Diazo Compounds       
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   All Diazo Compounds       Diazo Compounds have two bonded nitrogen atoms as a terminal functional group. 
   Phenylamine       Phenylamine, also known as aniline or aminobenzene, has the  molecular formula C6H7 N. 
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   Ethers       
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   All Ethers       Ethers contain an ether group which is an oxygen atom bonded to either two alkyl groups or two aryl groups. 
   MTBE       MTBE (methyl tertiary butyl ether) has the molecular formula C5H12 O. 
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   All Sulfonic Acids       
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   All Sulfonic Acids       Sulfonic Acids have a central sulfur atom that is double bonded to two oxygen atoms, single bonded to a hydroxyl group, and then bonded to a hydrocarbon side chain. 
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   All Mercaptans       
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   All Mercaptans       Mercaptans, also known as thiols, contain a sulfur-hydrogen bond. 
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   Alcohols       
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   All Alcohols       Alcohols are chemical compounds which have a hydroxyl functional group bonded to a carbon. 
   Methanol       Methanol, also known as methyl alcohol, has the molecular formula CH3 OH. 
   Ethanol       Ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol, has the molecular formula C2H5OH. It is commonly referred to as drinking alcohol. 
   Propanol       Propanol, also known as propyl alcohol, has the molecular formula C3H8 O. 
   Isopropanol       Isopropanol, also known as isopropyl alcohol, has the molecular formula C3H8 O. 
   Butanol       Butanol, also known as butyl alcohol, has the molecular formula of C4H9 OH. 
   Cyclohexanol       Cyclohexanol has the molecular formula (CH2)5 CHOH. 
   Ethylene Glycol       Ethylene Glycol has the molecular formula C2H6O2 and is used in automotive antifreeze. 
   Glycerol / Glycerine       Glycerol, also known as glycerin, has the molecular formula C3H5(OH)3
   Phenyl Alcohol       Phenyl Alcohol, also known as phenol, has the molecular formula C6H5 OH. 
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   State of Matter       
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   Bulk Solid / Granules       The chemical is in the form of bulk solid, pellet, flake, chunk, crushed material, or granule. 
   Colloid / Dispersion       Chemical is in the form of a colloid, emulsion, or dispersion. 
   Gas       A fluid that has neither a fixed shape nor fixed volume but tends to expand indefinitely. 
   Liquid / Solution       The chemical is in the form of a liquid or is dissolved in a solution. 
   Powder       The chemical is in the form of a powder. Powders are finely divided or dispersed forms of chemicals, metals, minerals, or other raw materials. 
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   Charge       
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   Anionic       The chemical is anionic or produces anions. Anions are negative ions or species with a negative charge in an aqueous solution. 
   Cationic       The chemical is cationic or produce cations. Cations are positive ions or species with a positive charge in an aqueous solution. 
   Non-Ionic       The chemical is non-ionic or is free of ionic surfactants and produces no charge difference. 
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   pH       
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   Acidic       The chemical compound has a pH that is less than 7.0. 
   Alkaline       The chemical compound has a pH that is greater than 7.0. 
   Neutral       The chemical compound has a pH that is equal to 7.0. 
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Thermal Properties
   Freezing Temperature       The temperature that the chemical changes phases from liquid to solid. The melting point is also known as the freezing temperature but is referred to when the chemical changes phases from solid to liquid. 
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   Boiling Point       The temperature that the chemical changes phases from liquid to gas. 
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   Flash Point       The flash point is the lowest temperature that the chemical can vaporize to form a flammable mixture in air. 
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   Oxygen Index       The oxygen index is a flammability test that is calculated by exposing a sample to both oxygen and nitrogen.  The concentrations at which a continuous burn occurs are used to calculate the oxygen index. 
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Electrical Properties
   Dipole Moment       The electric dipole moment for a pair of opposite charges is defined as the total charge times the distance between them.  Even though the total charge of a molecule is zero, a dipole moment is created when there is a charge differential between elements within the molecule. Such molecules are said to be polar. 
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   Dielectric Constant       The dielectric constant is the relative permittivity of a material compared to a vacuum or free space.  k = εr = ε / εo= where ε is the absolute permittivity of the material and εo is the absolute permittivity of a vacuum 8.85 x 10-12 F/m.  
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Physical Properties
   Viscosity       Viscosity is a measurement of a fluid's resistance to flow. Water is lower in viscosity than motor oil or honey. Oil is lower in viscosity than tar or molasses. Depending on the application method, viscosity determines how well a resin fills the cavities or voids in a mold.    
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   Vapor Pressure       Vapor pressure is the pressure at which thermodynamic equilibrium is reached. 
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   Purity       The purity of a material is the percentage of other compounds within the material. 
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   Concentration       The concentration is the amount of a given compound within another. 
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   Molarity       Molarity is the number of moles of a given compound within a liter of solution. 
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Certification
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   USDA       United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is the federal department of the United States that is responsible for the regulation of farming, agriculture, and food. 
   NSF       The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Raad voor Accreditatie (RvA) for the following product certification programs: food equipment, drinking water additives, plastics and plumbing products, drinking water treatment systems, biohazard cabinetry, swimming pools, spas and hot tubs, bottled water and packaged ice, and water treatment units. Companies with NSF-certified products under an ANSI or RvA accredited program may use NSF Accreditation Marks in combination with the NSF Mark. 
   USP       The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) establishes standards to ensure the quality of medicines for human and veterinary use. USP also develops authoritative information about the appropriate use of medicines. 
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