From Handbook of Green Chemicals, Second Edition

Chapter List

Chapter A: AA. Azodicarboxamide; Azoformamide.
Chapter B: BA. BX-AA-E5P5.
Chapter C: CA. 3-p-Cymenol; p-Cymen-3-ol.
Chapter D: Dactin. DVB.
Chapter E: EAA. Expanded polyvinyl chloride.
Chapter F: F 22. Fused boric acid.
Chapter G: GAE. Gypsum stone.
Chapter H: HA. Hypromellose.
Chapter I: IBA. Isovitamin C.
Chapter J/K: Jaguar gum. Kieselguhr.
Chapter L: Labarrque's sol'n.. L-Lyxoascorbic acid.
Chapter M: MAA. Myristyl dimethyl amine oxide.
Chapter N: Na5ATMP. Nylon terpolymer
Chapter O: Oat flour, hydrolysates; Oat flour, hydrolyzed. Ozokerite wax.
Chapter P: PA. Pyrrolylene.
Chapter Q/R: Quartz Rumex maritimus; Rumex occidentalis; Rumex pseudonatronatus; Rumex stenophyllus.
Chapter S: SA. Syrups, hydrolyzed starch.
Chapter T: Table salt. Two-stage resin.
Chapter U: UF. UV Absorber-3.
Chapter V: VAc. VM&P naphtha.
Chapter W: Walnut (Juglans regia) shell powder Wormwood; Wormwood acid.
Chapter X: Xanthan. Xylyl phosphate.
Chapter Y/Z: Yaxci. ZnMB.

AA. Acetodiphosphonic acid.

AA.

See Allyl alcohol; Acrylic acid; Adipic acid

ABFA.

See Azodicarbonamide

ABS.

See Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene copolymer; Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid

Absolute alcohol; Absolute ethanol.

See Alcohol

Absolute french rose.

See Cabbage rose (Rosa centifolia) extract

Aceite de ricino.

See Castor (Ricinus communis) oil

Acetamide, 2,2-dibromo-2-cyano-.

See 2,2-Dibromo-3-nitrilopropionamide

Acetamide MEA

CAS 142-26-7; EINECS/ELINCS 205-530-8

Synonyms: 2-Acetamidoethanol; 2-Acetylaminoethanol; N-Acetyl ethanolamine; N-Ethanolacetamide; Hydroxyethyl acetamide; b-Hydroxyethylacetamide; N-(2- Hydroxyethyl) acetamide; N- b-Hydroxyethylacetamide

Classification: Aliphatic amide

Empirical: C 4H 9NO 2

Formula: CH 3CONHCH 2CH 2OH

Properties: Brn. visc.

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