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Document 31990L0128

Commission Directive 90/128/EEC of 23 February 1990 relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs

OJ L 75, 21.3.1990, p. 19–40 (ES, DA, DE, EL, EN, FR, IT, NL, PT)
Special edition in Finnish: Chapter 13 Volume 019 P. 152 - 176
Special edition in Swedish: Chapter 13 Volume 019 P. 152 - 176

No longer in force, Date of end of validity: 03/09/2002; Repealed by 32002L0072

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/dir/1990/128/oj

31990L0128

Commission Directive 90/128/EEC of 23 February 1990 relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs

Official Journal L 075 , 21/03/1990 P. 0019 - 0040
Finnish special edition: Chapter 13 Volume 19 P. 0152
Swedish special edition: Chapter 13 Volume 19 P. 0152


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COMMISSION DIRECTIVE

of 23 February 1990

relating to plastics materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs

(90/128/EEC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community,

Having regard to Council Directive 89/109/EEC of 21 December 1989 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (1), and in particular Article 3 thereof,

Whereas Article 2 of Directive 89/109/EEC lays down that materials and articles, in their finished state, must not transfer their constituents to foodstuffs in quantities which could endanger human health or bring about an unacceptable change in the composition of the foodstuffs;

Whereas, in order to achieve this objective in the case of plastics materials and articles, a suitable instrument is a specific Directive within the meaning of Article 3 of Directive 89/109/EEC, the general provisions of which are also applicable to the case in question;

Whereas the scope of this Directive must coincide with that of Council Directive 82/711/EEC (2);

Whereas since the rules established in this Directive are not suitable for ion-exchange resins, these materials and articles will be covered by a subsequent specific Directive;

Whereas the establishment of a list of approved substances accompanied by a limit an overall migration and, where necessary, by other specific restrictions will be sufficient to achieve the objective laid down in Article 2 of Directive 89/109/EEC;

Whereas the stage reached in the work at Community level does not yet permit adoption of a complete list of the authorized substances applicable to all types of plastics materials and articles and therefore the substances which are currently used in at least one Member State can continue to be used pending a decision on inclusion in the Community list; whereas this Directive will accordingly be extended in due course to the substances and sectors provisionally excluded;

Whereas the overall migration limit is a measure of the inertness of the material and prevents an unacceptable change in the composition of the foodstuffs, and, moreover, reduces the need for a large number of specific migration limits or other restrictions, thus giving effective control;

Whereas Directive 82/711/EEC lays down the basic rules necessary for testing migration of the constituents of plastics materials and articles and Council Directive 85/572/EEC (3) establishes the list of simulants to be used in the migration tests;

Whereas Council Directive 78/142/EEC (1) lays down limits for the quantity of vinyl chloride present in plastics materials and articles prepared with this substance and for the quantity of vinyl chloride released by these materials and articles, and Directives 80/766/EEC (2) and 81/432/EEC (3) establish the Community methods of analysis for controlling these limits;

Whereas Commission Directive 80/590/EEC (4) determines the symbol that may accompany any material and article intended to come into contact with foodstuffs;

Whereas in view of potential liability, there is a need for the written declaration provided for in Article 6 (5) of Directive 89/109/EEC whenever professional use is made of plastics materials and articles which are not by their nature clearly intended for food use;

Whereas, in accordance with Article 3 of Directive 89/109/EEC, the Scientific Committee for Food has been consulted on the provisions liable to affect public health;

Whereas the measures provided for in this Directive are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Foodstuffs,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE:

Article 1

1. This Directive is a specific Directive within the meaning of Article 3 of Directive 89/109/EEC.

2. This Directive shall apply to plastics materials and articles and parts thereof:

(a) consisting exclusively of plastics, or

(b) composed of two or more layers of materials, each consisting exclusively of plastics, which are bound together by means of adhesives or by any other means,

which, in the finished product state, are intended to come into contact or are brought into contact with foodstuffs and are intended for that purpose.

3. For the purposes of this Directive, 'plastics' shall mean the organic macromolecular compounds obtained by polymerization, polycondensation, polyaddition or any other similar process from molecules with a lower molecular weight or by chemical alteration of natural macromolecules. Silicones and other similar macromolecular compounds shall also be regarded as plastics. Other substances or matter may be added to such macromolecular compounds.

However, the following shall not be regarded as plastics:

(i) varnished or unvarnished regenerated cellulose film, covered by Council Directive 83/229/EEC (5), as amended by Directive 86/388/EEC (6);

(ii) elastomers and natural and synthetic rubber;

(iii) paper and paperboard, whether modified or not by the addition of plastics;

(iv) surface coatings obtained from:

- paraffin waxes, including synthetic paraffin waxes, and/or micro-crystalline waxes,

- mixtures of the waxes listed in the first indent with each other and/or with plastics;

(v) ion-exchange resins.

4. This Directive shall not apply, until further action by the Commission, to materials and articles composed of two or more layers, one or more of which does not consist exclusively of plastics, even if the one intended to come into direct contact with foodstuffs does consist exclusively of plastics.

Article 2

Plastics materials and articles shall not transfer their constituents to foodstuffs in quantities exceeding 10 milligrams per square decimetre of surface area of material or article (mg/dm2) (overall migration limit). However, this limit shall be 60 milligrams of the constituents released per kilogram of foodstuff (mg/kg) in the following cases:

(a) articles which are containers or are comparable to containers or which can be filled, with a capacity of not less than 500 millilitres (ml) and not more than 10 litres (l);

(b) articles which can be filled and for which it is impracticable to estimate the surface area in contact with foodstuffs;

(c) caps, gaskets, stoppers or similar devices for sealing.

Article 3

1. Only those monomers and other starting substances listed in Annex II, Sections A and B may be used for the manufacture of plastics materials and articles subject to the restrictions specified.

2. From the date of notification of this Directive, the list in Annex II, Section A may be amended:

- either by adding substances listed in Annex 2, Section B, according to the criteria in Annex II of Directive 89/109/EEC, or

- by including 'new substances', i.e. substances which are listed neither in Section A nor in Section B of Annex 2, according to Article 3 of Directive 89/109/EEC.

3. From the date of notification of this Directive no Member State shall authorize any new substance for use within its territory except under the procedure in Article 4 of Directive 89/109/EEC.

4. As from 1 January 1993, only those monomers and other starting substances listed in Annex II, Section A shall be used for the manufacture of plastics materials and articles, subject to the restrictions specified therein. However, before 1 January 1992 it may be decided that, in some justified cases, for certain substances listed in Annex II, section B, this time limit will be postponed.

5. However the lists appearing in Annex II, Sections A and B do not yet include monomers and other starting substances used only in the manufacture of:

- surface coatings obtained from resinous or polymerized products in liquid, powder or dispersion form, such as varnishes, lacquers, paints, etc.,

- silicones,

- epoxy resins,

- products obtained by means of bacterial fermentation,

- adhesives and adhesion promoters,

- printing inks.

Article 4

The specific migration limits in the list set out in Annex II are expressed in mg/kg. However, such limits are expressed in mg/dm2 in the following cases:

(a) articles which are containers or are comparable to containers or which can be filled, with a capacity of less than 500 ml or more than 10 l;

(b) sheet, film or other materials which cannot be filled or for which it is impracticable to estimate the relationship between the surface area of such materials and the quantity of foodstuff in contact therewith.

In these cases, the limits set out in Annex II, expressed in mg/kg shall be divided by the conventional conversion factor of 6 in order to express them in mg/dm2.

Article 5

1. Verification of compliance with the migration limits shall be carried out in accordance with the rules laid down in Directives 82/711/EEC and 85/572/EEC and the further provisions set out in Annex I.

2. The verification of compliance with the specific migration limits provided for in paragraph 1 shall not be compulsory, if it can be established that compliance with the overall migration limit laid down in Article 2 implies that the specific migration limits are not exceeded.

Article 6

1. At the marketing stages other than the retail stages, the plastics materials and articles which are intended to be placed in contact with foodstuffs shall be accompanied by a written declaration in accordance with Article 6 (5) of Directive 89/109/EEC.

2. Paragraph 1 does not apply to plastics materials and articles which by their nature are clearly intended to come into contact with foodstuffs.

Article 7

1. The Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive not later than 31 December 1990. They shall forthwith inform the Commission thereof.

2. Member States shall:

- permit the trade in and use of plastics materials and articles complying with this Directive before 1 January 1991,

- prohibit trade in and use of plastics materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs and which do not comply with this Directive as from 1 January 1993.

Article 8

This Directive is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 23 February 1990.

For the Commission

Martin BANGEMANN

Vice-President

(1) OJ No L 40, 11. 2. 1989, p. 38.

(2) OJ No L 297, 23. 10. 1982, p. 26.

(3) OJ No L 372, 31. 12. 1985, p. 14.

(1) OJ No L 44, 15. 2. 1978, p. 15.

(2) OJ No L 213, 16. 8. 1980, p. 42.

(3) OJ No L 167, 24. 6. 1981, p. 6.

(4) OJ No L 151, 19. 6. 1980, p. 21.

(5) OJ No L 123, 11. 5. 1983, p. 31.

(6) OJ No L 228, 14. 8. 1986, p. 32.

ANNEX I

FURTHER PROVISIONS APPLICABLE WHEN CHECKING COMPLIANCE WITH THE MIGRATION LIMITS

General provisions

1. When comparing the results of the migration tests specified in the Annex to Directive 82/711/EEC, the specific gravity of all the simulants should conventionally be assumed to be 1. Milligrams of substance(s) released per litre of simulant (mg/l) will thus correspond numerically to milligrams of substance(s) released per kilogram of simulant and, taking into account the provisions laid down in Directive 85/572/EEC, to milligrams of substance(s) released per kilogram of foodstuff.

2. Where the migration tests are carried out on samples taken from the material or article or on samples manufactured for the purpose, and the quantities of foodstuff or simulant placed in contact with the sample differ from those employed in the actual conditions under which the material or article is used, the results obtained should be corrected by applying the following formula:

1.2.3 // M = // m . a2 a1 . q // . 1 000

Where:

1.2 // M // is the migration in mg/kg; // m // is the mass in mg of substance released by the sample as determined by the migration test; // a1 // is the surface area in dm2 of the sample in contact with the foodstuff or simulant during the migration test; // a2 // is the surface area in dm2 of the material or article in real conditions of use; // q // is the quantity in grams of foodstuff in contact with the material or article in real conditions of use.

3. The determination of migration is carried out on the material or article or, if that is impracticable, using either specimens taken from the material or article or, where appropriate, specimens representative of this material or article.

The sample shall be placed in contact with the foodstuff or simulant in a manner representing the contact conditions in actual use. For this purpose, the test shall be performed in such a way that only those parts of the sample intended to come into contact with foodstuffs in actual use will be in contact with the foodstuff or simulant. This condition is particularly important in the case of materials and articles comprising several layers, for closures, etc.

The migration testing of caps, gaskets, stoppers or similar devices for sealing must be carried out on these articles by applying them to the containers for which they are intended in a manner which corresponds to the conditions of closing in normal or foreseeable use.

It shall in all cases be permissible to demonstrate compliance with migration limits by the use of a more severe test.

4. In accordance with the provisions set out in Article 5 of the present Directive, the sample of the material or article is placed in contact with the foodstuff or appropriate simulant for a period and at a temperature which are chosen by reference to the contact conditions in actual use, in accordance with the rules laid down in Directives 82/711/EEC and 85/572/EEC. At the end of the prescribed time,. the analytical determination of the total quantity of substances (overall migration) and/or the specific quantity of one or more substances (specific migration) released by the sample is carried out on the foodstuff or simulant.

5. Where a material or article is intended to come into repeated contact with foodstuffs, the migration test(s) shall be carried out three times on a single sample in accordance with the conditions laid down in Directive 82/711/EEC using another sample of the food or simulant(s) on each occasion. Its compliance shall be checked on the basis of the level of the migration found in the third test. However, if there is conclusive proof that the level of the migration does not increase in the second and third tests and if the migration limit(s) is (are) not exceeded on the first test, no further test is necessary.

Special provisions relating to overall migration

6. If the aqueous simulants specified in Directives 82/711/EEC and 85/572/EEC are used, the analytical determination of the total quantity of substances released by the sample may be carried out by evaporation of the simulant and weighing of the residue. If rectified olive oil or any of its substitutes is used, the procedure given below may be followed.

The sample of the material or article is weighed before and after contact with the simulant. The simulant absorbed by the sample is extracted and determined quantitatively. The quantity of simulant found is subtracted from the weight of the sample measured after contact with the simulant. The difference between the initial and corrected final weights represents the overall migration of the sample examined.

Where a material or article is intended to come into repeated contact with foodstuffs and it is technically impossible to carry out the test described in paragraph 5, modifications to that test are acceptable, provided that they enable the level of migration occurring during the third test to be determied. One of these possible modifications is described below.

The test is carried out on three identical samples of the material or article. One of these shall be subjected to the appropriate test and the overall migration determined (M1). The second and third samples shall be subjected to the same conditions of temperature but the period of contact shall be two and three times that specified and overall migration determined in each case (M2 and M3, respectively).

The material or article shall be deemed to be in compliance provided that either M1 or M3-M2 do not exceed the overall migration limit.

7. A material or article that exceeds the overall migration limit by an account not greater than the analytical tolerance mentioned below should therefore be deemed to be in compliance with this Directive.

The following analytical tolerances have been observed.

- 20 mg/kg or 3 mg/dm2 in migration tests using rectified olive oil or substitutes,

- 6 mg/kg or 1 mg/dm2 in migration tests using the other simulants referred to in Directives 82/711/EEC and 85/572/EEC.

8. Without prejudice to the provisions of Article 3 (2) of Directive 82/711/EEC, migration tests using rectified olive oil or substitutes shall not be carried out to check compliance with the overall migration limit in cases where there is conclusive proof that the specified analytical method is inadequate from a technical standpoint.

In any such case, for substances exempt from specific migration limits or other restrictions in the list provided in Annex II, a generic speciific migration limit of 60 mg/kg or 10 mg/dm2, according to the case, is applied. However the sum of all specific migration determined shall not exceed the overall migration limit.

ANNEX II

LIST OF MONOMERS AND OTHER STARTING SUBSTANCES WHICH MAY BE USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF PLASTIC MATERIALS AND ARTICLES

General introduction

1. This Annex contains the list of monomers or other starting substances. The list includes:

- substances undergoing polymerization, which includes polycondensation, polyaddition or any other similar process, to manufacture macromolecules,

- natural or synthetic macromolecular substances used in the manufacture of modified macromolecules, if the monomers or the other starting substances required to synthesize them are not included in the list,

- substances used to modify existing natural or synthetic macromolecular substances.

2. The list does not include the salts (including double salts and acid salts) of aluminium, ammonium, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc of the authorized acids, phenols or alcohols which are also authorized. However, names containing '. . . acid(s), salts' appear in the lists if the corresponding free acid(s) is (are) not mentioned. In such cases the meaning of the term 'salts' is 'salts of aluminium, ammonium, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc'.

3. The list also does not include the following substances although they may be present:

(a) substances which could be present in the finished product as:

- impurities in the substances used,

- reaction intermediates,

- decomposition products;

(b) oligomers and natural or synthetic macromolecular substances as well as their mixtures, if the monomers or starting substances required to synthesize them are included in the list.

(c) mixtures of the authorized substances.

The materials and articles which contain the substance indicated under (a), (b) and (c) shall comply with the requirements stated in Article 2 of Directive 89/109/EEC.

4. Substances shall be of good technical quality.

5. The list contains the following information:

- column 1 (PM/REF. No): the EEC packaging material references number of the list,

- column 2 (CAS No): the CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) registry number,

- column 3 (Name): the chemical name,

- column 4 (Restrictions). These may include:

- specific migration limit (SML),

- maximum permitted quantity of the 'residual', substance in the material or article (QM),

- any other restriction specifically mentioned.

6. If a substance appearing on the list as an individual compound is also covered by a generic term, the restrictions applying to this substance shall be those indicated for the individual compound.

7. Where there is any inconsistency between the CAS number and the chemical name, the chemical name shall take precedence over the CAS number. If there is an inconsistency between the CAS number reported in Einecs and the CAS registry, the CAS number in the CAS registry shall apply. 8. A number of abbreviations or expressions are used in column 4 of the table, the meanings of which are as follows:

1.2 // DL = // detection limit of the method of analysis; // FP = // finished material or article; // NCO = // isocyanate moiety; // QM = // maximum permitted quantity of the 'residual' substance in the material or article; // QM (T) = // maximum permitted quantity of the 'residual' substance in the material or article expressed as total of moiety or substance(s) indicated; // SML = // specific migration limit in food or in food simulant, unless it is specified otherwise; // SML (T) = // specific migration limit in food or in food simulant expressed as total of moiety or substance(s) indicated.

SECTION A

LIST OF AUTHORIZED MONOMERS AND OTHER STARTING

SUBSTANCES

1.2.3.4 // // // // // PM/REF- No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // // // // 10030 // 000514-10-3 // Abietic acid // // 10060 // 000075-07-0 // Acetaldehyde // // 10090 // 000064-19-7 // Acetic acid // // 10120 // 000108-05-4 // Acetic acid, vinyl ester // SML = 12 mg/kg // 10150 // 000108-24-7 // Acetic anhydride // // 10210 // 000074-86-2 // Acetylene // // 10690 // 000079-10-7 // Acrylic acid // // 10780 // 000141-32-2 // Acrylic acid, n-butyl ester // // 10810 // 002998-08-5 // Acrylic acid, sec-butyl ester // // 10840 // 001663-39-4 // Acrylic acid, tert-butyl ester // // 11470 // 000140-88-5 // Acrylic acid, ethyl ester // // // 000818-61-1 // Acrylic, hydroxyethyl ester // See 'Acrylic acid, monoester with ethyleneglycol' // 11590 // 00106-63-8 // Acrylic acid, isobutyl ester // // 11680 // 000689-12-3 // Acrylic acid, isopropyl ester // // 11710 // 000096-33-3 // Acrylic acid, methyl ester // // 11830 // 000818-61-1 // Acrylic acid, monoester with ethyleneglycol // // 11980 // 000925-60-0 // Acrylic acid, propyl ester // // 12100 // 000107-13-1 // Acrylonitrile // SML = not detectable (DL = 0,020 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included) // 12130 // 000124-04-9 // Adipic acid // // 12310 // 000124-04-9 // Albumin // // 12340 // 000124-04-9 // Albumin, coagulated by formaldehyde // // 12375 // 000124-04-9 // Alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated, linear, primary (C4-C22) // // 12820 // 000123-99-9 // Azelaic acid // // 13000 // 001477-55-0 // 1,3-Benzenedimethanamine // SML = 0,05 mg/kg // 13090 // 000065-85-0 // Benzoic acid // // 13150 // 000100-51-6 // Benzyl alcohol // // // 000111-46-6 // Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)ether // See 'Diethyleneglycol' // // 000077-99-6 // 2,2-Bis(hydroxymethyl)-1-butanol // See '1,1,1-Trimethylolpropan' // 13390 // 000105-08-8 // 1,4-Bis(hydroxymethyl)cyclohexane // // 13480 // 000080-05-7 // 2,2-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)propane // SML = 3 mg/kg // 13510 // 001675-54-3 // 2,2-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)propaan-bis(2,3-epoxypropyl)ether // Qm = 1 mg/kg in FP or SML = not detectable (DL = 0,020 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included) // // 000110-98-5 // Bis(hydroxypropyl)ether // See 'Dipropyleneglycol' // // 005124-30-1 // Bis(4-isocyanatocyclohexyl)methane // See 'Dicyclohexylmethane-4,4-di-isocyanate' // // // // // PM/REF- No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 13600 // 047465-97-4 // 3,3-Bis(3-methyl-4-hydroxyphenyl-2-indolinone // SML = 1,8 mg/kg // // 000080-05-7 // Bisphenol A // See '2,2-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl) propane' // // 001675-54-3 // Bisphenol A bis(2,3-epoxypropyl)ether // See '2,2-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl) propane-bis(2,3-epoxypropyl)ether' // 13630 // 000106-99-0 // Butadiene // QM = 1 mg/kg in FP or SML = not detectable (DL = 0,02 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included) // 13690 // 000107-88-0 // 1,3-Butanediol // // 13840 // 000071-36-3 // 1-Butanol // // 13870 // 000106-98-9 // 1-Butene // // 13900 // 000107-01-7 // 2-Butene // // 14110 // 000123-72-8 // Butyraldehyde // // 14140 // 000107-92-6 // Butyric acid // // 14170 // 000106-31-0 // Butyric anhydride // // 14200 // 000105-60-2 // Caprolactam // SML(T) = 15 mg/kg // 14230 // 002123-24-2 // Caprolactam, sodium salt // SML(T) = 15 mg/kg (expressed as caprolactam) // 14320 // 000124-07-2 // Caprylic acid // // 14350 // 000630-08-0 // Carbon monoxide // // 14380 // 000075-44-5 // Carbonyl chloride // Qm = 1 mg/kg in EP // 14410 // 008001-79-4 // Castor oil (food grade quality) (food grade quality) // // 14500 // 009004-34-6 // Cellulose // // 14530 // 007782-50-5 // Chlorine // // // 000106-89-8 // 1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane // See 'Epichloorhydrin' // 14680 // 000077-92-9 // Citric acid // // 14710 // 000108-39-4 // m-Cresol // // 14740 // 000095-48-7 // o-Cresol // // 14770 // 00106-44-5 // p-Cresol // // // 000105-08-8 // 1,4-Cyclohexanedimethanol // See '1,4-Bis(hydroxymethyl)cy- clohexane' // 14950 // 003173-53-3 // Cyclohexyl isocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in fp (expressed as NCO) // 15100 // 000112-30-1 // 1-Decanol // // // 000107-15-3 // 1,2-Diaminoethane // See 'Ethylenediamine' // // 000124-09-4 // 1,6-Diaminohexane // See 'Hexamethylenediamine' // 15700 // 005124-30-1 // Dicyclohexylmethane-4,4-diisocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 15760 // 000111-46-6 // Diethyleneglycol // SML(T) = 30 mg/kg alone or with ethyleneglycol // 15880 // 000120-80-9 // 1,2-Dihydroxybenzene // SML = 6 mg/kg // 15910 // 000108-46-3 // 1,3-Dihydroxybenzene // SML = 2,4 mg/kg // 15940 // 000123-31-9 // 1,4-Dihydroxybenzene // SML = 0,6 mg/kg // 15970 // 000611-99-4 // 4,4-Dihydroxybenzophenone // SML = 6 mg/kg // 16000 // 000092-88-6 // 4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl // SML = 6 mg/kg // 16150 // 000108-01-0 // Dimethylaminoethanol // SML = 18 mg/kg // 16240 // 000091-97-4 // 3,3-Dimethyl-4,4-diisocyanatodiphenyl // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // // // // // PM/REF- No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 16480 // 000126-58-9 // Dipentaerythritol // // 16570 // 004128-73-8 // Diphenyl ether-4,4-diisocyanate // QM(T) = mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 16600 // 005873-54-1 // Diphenylmethane-2,4-diisocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 16630 // 000101-68-8 // Diphenylmethane-4,4-diisocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 16660 // 000110-98-5 // Dipropyleneglycol // // 16750 // 000106-89-8 // Epichlorohydrin // QM = 1 mg/kg in FP // 16780 // 000064-17-5 // Ethanol // // 16950 // 000074-85-1 // Ethylene // // 16960 // 000107-15-3 // Ethylenediamine // SML = 12 mg/kg // 16990 // 000107-21-1 // Ethyleneglycol // SML(T) = 30 mg/kg alone or with diethyleneglycol // 17005 // 000151-56-4 // Ethyleneimine // SML = not detectable (DG = 0,010 mg/kg) // 17020 // 000075-21-8 // Ethylene oxide // Qm = 1 mg/kg in FP // 17170 // 061788-47-4 // Fatty acids, coco // // 17200 // 068308-53-2 // Fatty acids, soya // // 17230 // 061790-12-3 // Fatty acids, tall oil // // 17260 // 000050-00-0 // Formaldehyde // SML = 15 mg/kg // 17290 // 000110-17-8 // Fumaric acid // // 17530 // 000050-99-7 // Glucose // // 18010 // 000110-94-1 // Glutaric acid // // 18100 // 000056-81-5 // Glycerol // // 18310 // 036653-82-4 // 1-Hexadecanol // // 18460 // 000124-09-4 // Hexamethylenediamine // SML = 2,4 mg/kg // 18640 // 000822-06-0 // Hexamethylene diisocyanaat // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in EP (expressed as NCO) // 18670 // 000100-97-0 // Hexamethylentetramine // // // 000123-31-9 // Hydroquinone // See '1,4-Dihydroxybenzene' // 18880 // 000099-96-7 // p-Hydroxybenzonic acid // // 19000 // 000115-11-7 // Isobutene // // 19510 // 011132-73-3 // Lignocellulose // // 19540 // 000110-16-7 // Maleic acid // SML(T) = 30 mg/kg // 19960 // 000108-31-6 // Maleic anhydride // SML(T) = 30 mg/kg (expressed as maleic acid) // // 000108-78-1 // Melamine // See '2,4,6-Triamino-1,3,5-tri-azine' // 20020 // 000079-41-4 // Methacrylic acid, butyl ester // // 20110 // 000097-88-1 // Methacrylic acid, sec-butyl ester // // 20140 // 002998-18-7 // Methacrylic acid, tert-butyl ester // // 20170 // 000585-07-9 // Methacrylic acid, ethyl ester // // 20890 // 000097-63-2 // Methacrylic acid, ethyl ester // // 21010 // 000097-86-9 // Methacrylic acid, isobutyl ester // // 21100 // 004655-34-9 // Methacrylic acid, isopropyl ester // // 21130 // 000080-62-6 // Methacrylic acid, methyl ester // // 21340 // 002210-28-8 // Methacrylic acid, propyl ester // // 21460 // 000760-93-0 // Methacrylic anhydride // // 21490 // 000126-98-7 // Methacrylnitrile // SML = not detectable (DG = 0,020 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included) // 21550 // 000067-56-1 // Methanol // // // // // // PM/REF- No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 22150 // 000691-37-2 // 4-Methyl-1-pentene // // 22420 // 003173-72-6 // 1,5-Naphtalene diisocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 22450 // 009004-70-0 // Nitrocellulose // // 22480 // 000143-08-8 // 1-Nonanol // // 22570 // 000112-96-9 // Octadecyl isocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 22600 // 000111-87-5 // 1-Octanol // // 22660 // 000111-66-0 // 1-Octene // SML = 15 mg/kg // 22780 // 000057-10-3 // Palmitic acid // // 22840 // 000115-77-5 // Pentaerythritol // // 22870 // 000071-41-0 // 1-Pentanol // // 22960 // 000108-95-2 // Fenol // // 23050 // 000108-45-2 // 1,3-Phenylenediamine // QM = 1 mg/kg in FP // // 000075-44-5 // Phosgene // See 'Carbonyl chloride' // 23170 // 007664-38-2 // Phosphoric acid // // // 007664-38-2 // Phthalic acid // See 'Terephthalic acid' // 23380 // 000085-44-9 // Phthalic anhydride // // 23470 // 000080-56-8 // alpha-Pinene // // 23500 // 000127-91-3 // beta-Pinene // // 23590 // 025322-68-3 // Polyethyleneglycol // // 23650 // 025322-69-4 // Polypropyleneglycol (Molecular weight greater than 400) // // 23740 // 000057-55-6 // 1,2-Propandiol // // 23800 // 000071-23-8 // 1-Propanol // // 23830 // 000067-63-0 // 2-Propanol // // 23860 // 000123-38-6 // Propionaldehyde // // 23890 // 000079-09-4 // Propionic acid // // 23950 // 000123-62-6 // Propionic anhydride // // 23980 // 000115-07-1 // Propylene // // 24010 // 000075-56-9 // Propylene oxide // QM = 1 mg/kg in FP // // 000120-80-9 // Pyrocatechol // See '1,2-Dihydroxybenzeen' // 24070 // 073138-82-6 // Resin acids and rosin acids // // // 000108-46-3 // Resorcinol // See '1,3-Dihydroxybenzene' // 24100 // 008050-09-7 // Rosin // // 24130 // 008050-09-7 // Rosin gum // // 24160 // 008052-10-6 // Rosin tall oil // // 24190 // 009014-63-5 // Rosin wood // // 24250 // 009006-04-6 // Rubber, natural // // 24280 // 000111-20-6 // Sebacic acid // // 24490 // 000050-70-4 // Sorbitol // // 24520 // 008001-22-7 // Soybean oil // // 24550 // 000057-11-4 // Stearic acid // // 24610 // 000100-42-5 // Styrene // // 24820 // 000110-15-6 // Succinic acid // // 24880 // 000057-50-1 // Sucrose // // 24910 // 000100-21-0 // Terephthalic acid // SML = 7,5 mg/kg // 24970 // 000120-61-6 // Terephthalic acid, dimethyl ester // // 25090 // 000112-60-7 // Tetraethyleneglycol // // // // // // PM/REF- No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 25150 // 000109-99-9 // Tetrahydrofuran // SML = 0,6 mg/kg // 25180 // 000102-60-3 // N,N,N,N-Tetrakis(2-hydroxypropyl)ethyleendiamine // // 25210 // 000584-84-9 // 2,4-Toluene diisocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 25240 // 000091-08-7 // 2,6-Toluene diisocyanate // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 25270 // 026747-90-0 // 2,4-Toluene diisocyanate, dimer // QM(T) = 1 mg/kg in FP (expressed as NCO) // 25360 // 026747-90-0 // 2,3-Epoxypropyltrialkyl(C5-C15)acetaat // SML = 6 mg/kg // 25420 // 000108-78-1 // 2,4,6-Triamino-1,3,5-triazine // SML = 30 mg/kg // 25510 // 000112-27-6 // Triethyleneglycol // // 25600 // 000077-99-6 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane // SML = 6 mg/kg // 25960 // 000057-13-6 // Urea // // 26050 // 000075-01-4 // Vinyl chloride // See Council Directive 78/142/EEC // 26110 // 000075-35-4 // Vinylidene chloride // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP or SML = not detectable (DG = 0,05 mg/kg) // // // //

SECTION B

LIST OF MONOMERS AND OTHER STARTING SUBSTANCES WHICH MAY CONTINUE TO BE USED PENDING A DECISION ON INCLUSION IN SECTION A

1.2.3.4 // // // // // PM/REF No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // // // // // 000542-02-9 // Acetoguanamine // See '2,4-Diamino-6-methyl- 1,3,5-triazine' // 10180 // 000556-08-1 // p-(Acetylamino)benzoic acid // // 10240 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric // // 10270 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic (C 3-C 12), esters with alcohols, unsaturated (C 3-C 18) // // 10300 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, saturated (C 4-C 18) // // 10330 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, unsaturated (C 4-C 12) // // 10360 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, unsaturated, esters with polyethyleneglycol // // 10390 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, unsaturated, esters with polyethyleneglycol // // 10420 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, mono- and dicarboxylic (C 2-C 20), vinyl esters // // 10450 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic (C 3-C 12) esters with alcohols, unsaturated (C 3-C 18) // // 10480 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, saturated (C 2-C 24) // // 10510 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, unsaturated (C 3-C 24) // // 10540 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, unsaturated (C 3-C 8), esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated (C 2-C 12) // // 10570 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, unsaturated, esters with polypropyleneglycol // // 10600 // 000556-08-1 // Acids, linear, with an even number of carbon atoms (C 8-C 22), and the dimers and trimers of the unsaturated acids // // 10630 // 000079-06-1 // Acrylamide // // 10660 // 015214-89-8 // Acrylamidomethylpropanesulphonic acid // // 10720 // 000999-55-3 // Acrylic acid, allyl ester // // 10750 // 002495-35-4 // Acrylic acid, benzyl ester // // 10870 // 002206-89-5 // Acrylic acid, 2-chloroethyl ester // // 10900 // 002206-89-5 // Acrylic acid, cyclohexylaminoethyl ester // // 10930 // 003066-71-5 // Acrylic acid, cyclohexyl ester // // 10960 // 016868-13-6 // Acrylic acid, cyclopentyl ester // // 10990 // 002156-96-9 // Acrylic acid, decyl ester // // 11020 // 019485-03-1 // Acrylic acid, diester with 1,3-butanediol // // 11050 // 001070-70-8 // Acrylic acid, diester with 1,4-butanediol // // 11080 // 004074-88-8 // Acrylic acid, diester with diethyleneglycol // // 11110 // 002274-11-5 // Acrylic acid, diester with ethyleneglycol // // 11140 // 013048-33-4 // Acrylic acid, diester with 1,6-hexanediol // // // // // // PM/REF No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 11170 // 026570-48-9 // Acrylic acid, diester with polyethyleneglycol // // 11200 // 002426-54-2 // Acrylic acid, 2-(diethylamino)ethyl ester // // 11230 // 002439-35-2 // Acrylic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl ester // // 11260 // 000106-90-1 // Acrylic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl ester // QM(T) = 5 mg/kg in FP (expressed as epoxy) // 11290 // 000106-90-1 // Acrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated (C 1-C 21) // // 11320 // 000106-90-1 // Acrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated (C 4-C 18) // // 11350 // 000106-90-1 // Acrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, polyhydric (C 2-C 21) // // 11380 // 000106-90-1 // Acrylic acid, esters with etheralcohols // // 11410 // 000106-90-1 // Acrylic acid, esters with glycolethers obtained from mono- and/or diglycols with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric (C 1-C 18) // // 11440 // 044992-01-0 // Acrylic acid, ester with trimethylethanolammonium chloride // // 11500 // 000103-11-7 // Acrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester // // 11530 // 000999-61-1 // Acrylic acid, 2-hydroxypropyl ester // // 11560 // 005888-33-5 // Acrylic acid, isobornyl ester // // 11620 // 001330-61-6 // Acrylic acid, isodecyl ester // // 11650 // 029590-42-9 // Acrylic acid, isooctyl ester // // 11740 // 010095-13-3 // Acrylic acid, monoester with 1,3-butanediol // // 11770 // 002478-10-6 // Acrylic acid, monoester with 1,4-butanediol // // 11800 // 013533-05-6 // Acrylic acid, monoester with diethyleneglycol // // 11860 // 013533-05-6 // Acrylic acid, monoester with propyleneglycol // // 11890 // 002499-59-4 // Acrylic acid, n-octyl ester // // 11920 // 005048-82-8 // Acrylic acid, phenylaminoethyl ester // // 11950 // 000937-41-7 // Acrylic acid, phenyl ester // // 12010 // 040074-09-7 // Acrylic acid, 2-sulphoethyl ester // // 12040 // 039121-78-3 // Acrylic acid, sulphopropyl ester // // 12070 // 002177-18-6 // Acrylic acid, vinyl ester // // 12160 // 002998-04-1 // Adipic acid, diallyl ester // // 12190 // 000105-97-5 // Adipic acid, didecyl ester // // 12220 // 027178-16-1 // Adipic acid, diisodecyl ester // // 12250 // 000123-79-5 // Adipic acid, dioctyl ester // // 12280 // 002035-75-8 // Adipic anhydride // // 12370 // 002035-75-8 // Alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated, linear, secondary or tertiary (C 4-C 22) // // 12400 // 002035-75-8 // Alcohols, aliphatic, monhydric, unsaturated (up to C 18) // // 12430 // 002035-75-8 // Alcohols, aliphatic, polyhydric (up to C 18) // // 12460 // 002035-75-8 // Alcohols, cycloaliphatic, mono- and/or polyhydric, substituted (up to C 18) // // 12490 // 002035-75-8 // Aldehydes (C 4) // // 12520 // 002035-75-8 // Alkadienes // // 12550 // 002035-75-8 // n-Alkenes (up to C 16) // // // // // // PM/REF No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 12580 // 002035-75-8 // p-Alkyl(C 4-C 9) phenols // // 12610 // 000107-18-6 // Allyl alcohol // // 12640 // 000106-92-3 // Allyl 2,3-epoxypropyl ether // QM(T) = 5 mg/kg in FP (expressed as epoxy) // 12670 // 002855-13-2 // 1-Amino-3-aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexane // // 12700 // 000150-13-0 // p-Aminobenzoic acid // // 12730 // 000060-32-2 // 6-Aminocaproic acid // // 12760 // 000060-32-2 // omega-Aminocarboxylic acids, aliphatic, linear (C 6-C 12) // // 12790 // 000080-46-6 // p-tert-Amylphenol // // 12850 // 029602-44-6 // Azelaic acid, bis(2-hydroxyethyl) ester // // 12880 // 000123-98-8 // Azelaic acid dichloride // // 12910 // 001732-10-1 // Azelaic acid, dimethyl ester // // 12940 // 004080-88-0 // Azelaic acid, diphenyl ester // // 12970 // 004196-95-6 // Azelaic anhydride // // 13030 // 000539-48-0 // 1,4-Benzenedimethanamine // // // 000528-44-9 // 1,2,4-Benzenetricarboxylic acid // See 'Trimellitic acid'" // 13060 // 004422-95-1 // 1,3,5-Benzenetricarboxylic acid trichloride // // // 000091-76-9 // Benzoguanamine // See '2,4-Diamino-6-phenyl-1,3,5-triazine' // 13120 // 000769-78-8 // Benzoic acid, vinyl ester // // 13180 // 000498-66-8 // Bicyclo[2.2.1]hept-2-ene // // 13210 // 001761-71-3 // Bis(4-aminocyclohexyl)methane // // 13240 // 003377-24-0 // 2,2-Bis(4-aminocyclohexyl)propane // // 13300 // 038050-97-4 // 1,4-Bis(4,4-dihydroxytriphenylmethyl)benzene // // 13330 // 038050-97-4 // Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)ether of hydroquinone and its condensation products with propylene oxide // // 13360 // 001620-68-4 // 2,6-Bis(2-hydroxy-5-methylbenzyl)-4-methylphenol // // 13420 // 000843-55-0 // 1,1-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)cyclohexane // // 13450 // 000125-13-3 // 3,3-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)-2-indolinone // // 13570 // 000141-07-1 // 1,3-Bis(methoxymethyl)urea // // // 000080-09-1 // Bisphenol S // See '4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl- sulphone' // 13660 // 000584-03-2 // 1,2-Butanediol // // 13720 // 000110-63-4 // 1,4-Butanediol // // 13750 // 000513-85-9 // 2,3-Butanediol // // 13780 // 002425-79-8 // 1,4-Butanediol-bis(2,3-epoxypropyl)ether // QM(T) + 5 mg/kg in FP (expressed as epoxy) // 13810 // 000505-65-7 // 1,4-Butanediol formal // // 13930 // 006117-91-5 // 2-Buten-1-ol // // 13960 // 001852-16-0 // N-(Butoxymethyl)acrylamide // // 13990 // 005153-77-5 // N-(Butoxymethyl)methacrylamide // // 14020 // 000098-54-4 // 4-tert-Butylphenol // // 14050 // 000111-34-2 // Butyl vinyl ether // // 14080 // 000926-02-3 // tert-Butyl vinyl ether // // 14260 // 000502-44-3 // Caprolactone // // 14290 // 000502-44-3 // Caprolactone, substituted // // 14440 // 064147-40-6 // Castor oil, dehydrated // // // // // // PM/REF No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 14470 // 008001-78-3 // Castor oil, hydrogenated // // // 000115-28-6 // Chlorendic acid // See 'Hexachloroendomethylenete-trahydrophtalic acid' // 14560 // 000126-99-8 // 2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene // // 14590 // 000615-67-8 // Chlorohydraquinone // // 14620 // 057981-99-4 // Chlorohydroquinone diacetate // // 14650 // 000079-38-9 // Chlorotrifluorethylene // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 14800 // 003724-65-0 // Crotonic acid // // 14830 // 003724-65-0 // Crotonic acid, esters with alcohols, mono- and polyhydric // // 14860 // 003724-65-0 // Cycloalkenes // // 14920 // 002842-38-8 // 2-(Cyclohexylamino)ethanol // // 14980 // 001631-25-0 // N-Cyclohexylmaleimide // QM = 5 mg/kg in ep // 15010 // 001131-60-8 // p-Cyclohexylphenol // // 15040 // 000542-92-7 // 1,3-Cyclopentadiene // // 15070 // 001647-16-1 // 1,9-Decadiene // // 15130 // 000872-05-9 // 1-Decene // // 15160 // 000765-05-9 // Decyl vinyl ether // // 15190 // 000765-05-9 // Diamines, aliphatic, linear (C 2-C 12) // // 15250 // 000110-60-1 // 1,4-Diaminobutane // // 15280 // 000542-02-9 // 2,4-Diamino-6-methyl-1,3,5-triazine // // 15310 // 000091-76-9 // 2,4-Diamino-6-phenyl-1,3,5-triazine // // 15340 // 000109-76-2 // 1,3-Diaminopropane // // 15370 // 003236-53-1 // 1,6-Diamino-2,2,4-trimethylhexane // // 15400 // 003236-54-2 // 1,6-Diamino-2,4,4-trimethylhexane // // 15430 // 003749-77-7 // 4,4-Dicarboxydiphenoxybutane // // 15460 // 003753-05-7 // 4,4-Dicarboxydiphenoxyethane // // 15490 // 002215-89-6 // 4,4-Dicarboxydiphenyl ether // // 15520 // 004919-48-6 // 4,4-Dicarboxydiphenyl sulphide // // 15550 // 002449-35-6 // 4,4-Dicarboxydiphenyl sulphone // // 15580 // 001653-19-6 // 2,3-Dichloro-1,3-butadiene // // 15610 // 000080-07-9 // 4,4-Dichlorodiphenyl sulphone // // 15640 // 000156-59-2 // cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene // // 15670 // 000156-60-5 // trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene // // 15730 // 000077-73-6 // Dicyclopentadiene // // 15790 // 000111-40-0 // Diethylenetriamine // // 16030 // 001965-09-9 // 4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl ether // // 16060 // 002664-63-3 // 4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl sulphide // // 16090 // 000080-09-1 // 4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl sulphone // // 16120 // 000110-97-4 // Diisopropanolamine // // 16180 // 005205-93-6 // N-(Dimethylaminopropyl)methacry- lamide // // 16210 // 006864-37-5 // 3,3-Dimethyl-4,4-diaminodicyclohexylmethane // // 16270 // 000526-75-0 // 2,3-Dimethylphenol // // 16300 // 000105-67-9 // 2,4-Dimethylphenol // // 16330 // 000095-87-4 // 2,5-Dimethylphenol // // 16360 // 000576-26-1 // 2,6-Dimethylphenol // // 16390 // 000126-30-7 // 2,2-Dimethyl-1,3-propanediol // // 16420 // 000123-91-1 // Dioxane // // 16450 // 000646-06-0 // 1,3-Dioxolane // // 16510 // 000138-86-3 // Dipentene // // 16540 // 000102-09-0 // Diphenyl carbonate // // // // // // PM/REF No // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 16690 // 001321-74-0 // Divinylbenzene // // 16720 // 000826-62-0 // Endomethylenetetrahydrophthalic anhydride // // 16810 // 000826-62-0 // Ether alcohols // // 16840 // 000826-62-0 // Ethers of N-methylolacrylamide // // 16870 // 000826-62-0 // Ethers of N-methylolmetha- crylamide // // 16900 // 013036-41-4 // N-(Ethoxymethyl)acrylamide // // 16930 // 000075-00-3 // Ethyl chloride // // 17050 // 000104-76-7 // 2-Ethyl-1-hexanol // // 17080 // 000103-44-6 // 2-Ethylhexyl vinyl ether // // 17110 // 016219-75-3 // 5-Ethylidenebicyclo[2.2.1]hept-2-ene // // 17140 // 000109-92-2 // Ethyl vinyl ether // // 17320 // 002807-54-7 // Fumaric acid, diallyl ester // // 17350 // 000105-75-9 // Fumaric acid, dibutyl ester // // 17380 // 000623-91-6 // Fumaric acid, diethyl ester // // 17410 // 000623-91-6 // Fumaric acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated (C 1-C 18) // // 17440 // 000623-91-6 // Fumaric acid, esters with alcohol, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated (C 3-C 18) // // 17470 // 000623-91-6 // Fumaric acid, esters with alcohols, polyhydric // // 17500 // 000098-01-1 // Furfural // // 17560 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,3-butanediol // // 17590 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,4-butanediol // // 17620 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and diethyleneglycol // // 17650 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and 2,2-dimethyl-1,3-propanediol // // 17680 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and ethyleneglycol // // 17710 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and glycerol // // 17740 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,6-hexanediol // // 17770 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,2,6-hexanetriol // // 17800 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and pentaerythritol // // 17830 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and polyethyleneglycol (molecular weight greater than 200) // // 17860 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and polypropyleneglycol (molecular weight greater than 400) // // 17890 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and propanediol /

1.2.3.4 // // // // // PM/REF- No. // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // // // // 17920 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtaned from glucose and sorbitol // // 17950 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and sucrose // // 17980 // 000098-01-1 // Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,1,1-trimethylolpropane // // 18040 // 029733-18-4 // Glutaric acid, diisodecyl ester // // 18070 // 000108-55-4 // Glutaric anhydride // // 18130 // 004371-64-6 // 1,1-Heptadecanedicarboxylic acid // // 18160 // 025339-56-4 // Heptene // // 18190 // 000592-76-7 // 1-Heptene // // 18220 // 068564-88-5 // N-Heptylaminoundecanoic acid // // 18250 // 000115-28-6 // Hexachloroendomethylenetetrahydrophthalic acid // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 18280 // 000115-27-5 // Hexachloroendomethylenetetrahydrophthalic anhydride // // 18340 // 000822-28-6 // Hexadecyl vinyl ether // // 18370 // 000592-45-0 // 1,4-Hexadiene // // 18400 // 000592-42-7 // 1,5-Hexadiene // // 18430 // 000116-15-4 // Hexafluorpropylene // // 18490 // 015511-81-6 // Hexamethylenediamine adipate // // 18520 // 038775-37-0 // Hexamethylenediamine azelate // // 18550 // 038775-37-0 // Hexamethylenediamine dodecanedicarboxylate // // 18580 // 038775-37-0 // Hexamethylenediamine heptadecanedicarboxylate // // 18610 // 006422-99-7 // Hexamethylenediamine sebacate // // 18700 // 000629-11-8 // 1,6-Hexandiol // // 18730 // 002935-44-6 // 2,5-Hexandiol // // 18760 // 000106-69-4 // 1,2,6-Hexanetriol // // 18790 // 025264-93-1 // Hexene // // 18820 // 000592-41-6 // 1-Hexene // // 18850 // 000107-41-5 // Hexyleneglycol // // 18910 // 000288-32-4 // Imidazole // // 18940 // 000095-13-6 // Indene // // 18970 // 000078-83-1 // Isobutanol // // 19030 // 016669-59-3 // N-(Isobutoxymethyl)acrylamide // // 19060 // 000109-53-5 // Isobutyl vinyl ether // // 19090 // 000078-84-2 // Isobutyraldehyde // // 19120 // 025339-17-7 // Isodecanol // // 19140 // 026952-21-6 // Isooctanol // // 19150 // 000121-91-5 // Isophthalic acid // // 19180 // 000099-63-8 // Isophthalic acid dichloride // // 19210 // 001459-93-4 // Isophthalic acid, dimethyl ester // // 19240 // 000744-45-6 // Isophthalic acid, diphenyl ester // // // 000078-79-5 // Isoprene // See '2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene' // 19270 // 000097-65-4 // Itaconic acid // // 19300 // 002155-60-4 // Itaconic acid, dibutyl ester // // 19330 // 007748-43-8 // Itaconic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl diester // QM(T) = 5 mg/kg in FP (expressed as epoxy) // 19360 // 007748-43-8 // Itaconic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl monoester // QM(T) = 5 mg/kg in FP (expressed as epoxy) // // // // // PM/REF- No. // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 19390 // 007748-43-8 // Itaconic acid esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated (C 1-C 18) // // 19420 // 007748-43-8 // Itaconic acid, esters with alcohols, polyhydric // // 19450 // 007748-43-8 // Lactams of omega-aminocarboxylic acids aliphatic, linear (C 7-C 12) // // 19480 // 002146-71-6 // Lauric acid, vinyl ester // // 19570 // 000999-21-3 // Maleic acid, diallyl ester // // 19600 // 000105-76-0 // Maleic acid, dibutyl ester // // 19630 // 071550-61-3 // Maleic acid, diester with 1,2-propanediol // // 19660 // 000141-05-9 // Maleic acid, diethyl ester // // 19690 // 014234-82-3 // Maleic acid, diisobutyl ester // // 19720 // 001330-76-3 // Maleic acid, diisooctyl ester // // 19750 // 000624-48-6 // Maleic acid, dimethyl ester // // 19780 // 002915-53-9 // Maleic acid, dioctyl ester // // 19810 // 002915-53-9 // Maleic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, saturated (C 1-C 18) // // 19840 // 002915-53-9 // Maleic acid, esters with alcohols, polyhydric // // 19870 // 002915-53-9 // Maleic acid, ester with 1,3-butanediol // // 19900 // 002424-58-0 // Maleic acid, monoalyl ester // // 19930 // 002424-58-0 // Maleic acid, monoesters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated (C 3-C 18) // // 19990 // 000079-39-0 // Methacrylamide // // 20050 // 000096-05-9 // Methacrylic acid, allyl ester // // 20080 // 002495-37-6 // Methacrylic acid, benzyl ester // // 20200 // 001888-94-4 // Methacrylic acid, 2-chloroethyl ester // // 20230 // 001888-94-4 // Methacrylic acid, cyclohexylaminoethyl ester // // 20260 // 000101-43-9 // Methacrylic acid, cyclohexyl ester // // 20290 // 016868-14-7 // Methacrylic acid, cyclopentyl ester // // 20320 // 003179-47-3 // Methacrylic acid, decyl ester // // 20350 // 003179-47-3 // Methacrylic acid, (di-tert-butylamino)ethyl ester // // 20380 // 001189-08-8 // Methacrylic acid, diester with 1,3-butanediol // // 20410 // 002082-81-7 // Methacrylic acid, diester with 1,4-butanediol // // 20440 // 000097-90-5 // Methacrylic acid, diester with ethyleneglycol // // 20470 // 025852-47-5 // Methacrylic acid, diester with polyethyleneglycol // // 20500 // 000105-16-8 // Methacrylic acid, 2-(diethylamino)ethyl ester // // 20530 // 002867-47-2 // Methacrylic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl ester // // 20560 // 000142-90-5 // Methacrylic acid, dodecyl ester // // 20590 // 000106-91-2 // Methacrylic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl ester // QM(T) = mg/kg in FP (expressed as epoxy) // 20620 // 000106-91-2 // Methacrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated (C 1-C 21) // // 20650 // 000106-91-2 // Methacrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated (C 4-C 18) // // 20680 // 000106-91-2 // Methacrylic acid, esters with alcohols, polyphydric (C 2-C 21) // // 20710 // 000106-91-2 // Methacrylic acid, esters with estheralcohols // // 20740 // 039670-09-2 // Methacrylic acid, ester with ethoxytriethyleneglycol // // // // // // PM/REF- No. // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 20770 // 039670-09-2 // Methacrylic acid, esters with glycolethers obtained from mono- and/or diglycols with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric (C 1-C 18) // // 20800 // 024493-59-2 // Methacrylic acid, ester with methoxytriethyleneglycol // // 20830 // 024493-59-2 // Methacrylic acid, esters with 1,2-propanediol // // 20860 // 024493-59-2 // Methacrylic acid, ester with trimethylethanolammonium chloride // // 20920 // 000688-84-6 // Methacrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester // // 20950 // 000923-26-2 // Methacrylic acid, 2-hydroxypropyl ester // // 20980 // 007534-94-3 // Methacrylic acid, isobornyl ester // // 21040 // 029964-84-9 // Methacrylic acid, isodecyl ester // // 21070 // 028675-80-1 // Methacrylic acid, isooctyl ester // // 21160 // 028675-80-1 // Methacrylic acid, monoester with 1,3-butanediol // // 21190 // 000868-77-9 // Methacrylic acid, monoester with ethyleneglycol // // 21220 // 032360-05-7 // Methacrylic acid, octadecyl ester // // 21250 // 002157-01-9 // Methacrylic acid, n-octyl ester // // 21280 // 002177-70-0 // Methacrylic acid, phenyl ester // // 21310 // 003683-12-3 // Methacrylic acid, phenylethyl ester // // 21370 // 010595-80-9 // Methacrylic acid, 2-sulphoethyl ester // // 21400 // 054276-35-6 // Methacrylic acid, sulphopropyl ester // // 21430 // 004245-37-8 // Methacrylic acid, vinyl ester // // 21520 // 001561-92-8 // Methallysulphonic acid, sodium salt // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 21580 // 003644-11-9 // N-(Methoxymethyl)acrylamide // // 21610 // 003644-12-0 // N-(Methoxymethyl)methacrylamide // // 21640 // 000078-79-5 // 2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene // // 21670 // 000563-46-2 // 2-Methyl-1-butene // // 21700 // 000513-35-9 // 2-Methyl-2-butene // // 21730 // 000563-45-1 // 3-Methyl-1-butene // // 21760 // 000694-91-7 // 5-Methylenebicyclo[2.2.1]hept-2-ene // // 21790 // 000110-26-9 // Methylenebisacrylamide // // 21820 // 013093-19-1 // Methylenebiscaprolactam // // // 000505-65-7 // 1,4-(Methylenedioxy)butane // See '1,4-Butanediol formal' // 21850 // 000095-71-6 // Methylhydroquinone // // 21880 // 000717-27-1 // Methylhydroquinone diacetate // // 21910 // 000814-78-8 // Methyl isopropenyl ketone // // 21940 // 000924-42-5 // N-Methylolacrylamide // // 21970 // 000923-02-4 // N-Methylolmethacrylamide // // 22000 // 001118-58-7 // 2-Methyl-1,3-pentadiene // // 22030 // 001115-08-8 // 3-Methyl-1,4-pentadiene // // 22060 // 000926-56-7 // 4-Methyl-1,3-pentadiene // // 22090 // 000763-29-1 // 2-Methyl-1-pentene // // 22120 // 000760-20-3 // 3-Methyl-1-pentene // // 22180 // 004461-48-7 // 4-Methyl-2-pentene // // 22210 // 000098-83-9 // alpha-Methylstyrene // // 22240 // 000622-97-9 // p-Methylstyrene // // 22270 // 000107-25-5 // Methyl vinyl ether // // 22300 // 000078-94-4 // Methyl vinyl ketone // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 22330 // 001822-74-8 // Methyl vinyl thioether // // 22360 // 001141-38-4 // 2,6-Naphthalenendicarboxylic acid // // // 000126-30-7 // Neopentylglycol // See '2,2-Dimethyl-1,3- propanediol' // 22510 // 027215-95-8 // Nonene // // // // // // PM/REF- No. // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 22540 // 000104-40-5 // 4-Nonylphenol // // // 000498-66-8 // Norbornene // See 'Bicyclo[2.2.1]hept-2-ene' // 22580 // 000930-02-9 // Octadecyl vinyl ether // // 22630 // 025377-83-7 // Octene (except 1-octene) // // 22690 // 001806-26-4 // 4-Octylphenol // // 22720 // 000140-66-9 // 4-tert-Octylphenol // // 22750 // 000929-62-4 // Octyl vinyl ether // // 22810 // 000504-60-9 // 1,3-Pentadiene // // 22900 // 000109-67-1 // 1-Pentene // // 22930 // 000109-67-1 // Perfluoroalkyl(C 1-C 3)vinyl ethers // // 22990 // 000109-67-1 // Phenols, mono- and dihydric, alkoxylated or hydrogenated // // 23020 // 028994-41-4 // alpha-Phenyl-o-cresol // // 23080 // 001079-21-6 // Phenylhydroquinone // // 23110 // 058244-28-3 // Phenylhydroquinone diacetate // // 23140 // 000092-69-3 // 4-Phenylphenol // // // 000092-69-3 // Phthalic acids // See 'Iso- or o-phthalic acid' // 23200 // 000088-99-3 // o-Phthalic acid // // 23230 // 000131-17-9 // Phthalic aic, diallyl ester // // 23260 // 000088-95-9 // o-Phthalic acid dichloride // // 23290 // 000088-95-9 // Phtalic acids, halogenated derivatives // // 23320 // 000088-95-9 // Phthalic acids, hydrogenated // // 23350 // 000088-95-9 // Phthalic acids, hydrogenated substituted, endosubstituted, and their halogenated derivatives // // 23410 // 000088-95-9 // Phthalic anhydride, hydrogenated // // 23440 // 000111-16-0 // Pimelic acid // // 23530 // 025190-06-1 // Poly(1,4-butyleneglycol) (molecular weight greater than 1 000) // // 23560 // 025190-06-1 // Polyethers based on ethylene oxide, propylene oxide and/or tetrahydrofuran, containing free hydroxyl groups // // 23620 // 025190-06-1 // Polyols derived from phenols and bisphenols, hydrogenated and/or condensed with epoxyalkanes and/or arylepoxyalkanes possibly halogenated, alkoxylated, aryloxylated // // 23680 // 009002-89-5 // Polyvinylalcohols // // 23710 // 063148-65-2 // Polyvinylbutyrals // // 23770 // 000504-63-2 // 1,3-Propanediol // // 23920 // 000105-38-4 // Propionic acid,vinyl ester // // 24040 // 000764-47-6 // Propyl vinyl ether // // 24220 // 009006-03-5 // Rubber, chlorinated // // 24310 // 000111-19-3 // Sebacic acid dichloride // // 24340 // 002432-89-5 // Sebacic acid, didecyl ester // // 24370 // 000106-79-6 // Sebacic acid, dimethyl ester // // 24400 // 002918-18-5 // Sebacic acid, diphenyl ester // // 24430 // 002561-88-8 // Sebacic anhydride // // 24640 // 002561-88-8 // Styrene, substituted by alkyl groups (alpha) // // 24670 // 002561-88-8 // Styrene, substituted in the benzene ring // // 24700 // 002561-88-8 // Styrene, substituted by halogens (alpha or beta) // // 24730 // 002561-88-8 // Styrene, substituted in the vinyl group // // // // // // PM/REF- No. // CAS No // Name // Restrictions // // // // // (1) // (2) // (3) // (4) // // // // // // 24760 // 026914-43-2 // Styrenesulphonic acid // // 24790 // 000505-48-6 // Suberic acid // // 24850 // 000108-30-5 // Succinic anhydride // // 24940 // 000100-20-9 // Terephthalic acid dichloride // // 25000 // 001539-04-4 // Terephthalic acid, diphenyl ester // // 25030 // 016646-44-9 // Tetra(allyloxy)ethane // // 25060 // 000632-58-6 // Tetrachlorophthalic acid // // 25120 // 000116-14-3 // Tetrafluorethylene // // 25300 // 000088-19-7 // o-Toluenesulphonamide // // 25330 // 000070-55-3 // p-Toluenesulphonamide // // 25390 // 000101-37-1 // Triallyl cyanurate // // 25450 // 026896-48-0 // Tricyclodecanedimethanol // // 25480 // 000102-71-6 // Triethanolamine // // 25540 // 000528-44-9 // Trimellitic acid // QM(T) = 5 mg/kg in FP // 25550 // 000552-30-7 // Trimellitic anhydride // QM(T) = 5 mg/kg in FP (expressed as trimellitic acid) // 25570 // 000067-48-1 // Trimethylethanolammonium chloride // // 25630 // 037275-47-1 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane diacrylate // // 25660 // 019727-16-3 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane dimethacrylate // // 25690 // 019727-16-3 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane maleates // // 25720 // 007024-08-0 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane monoacrylate // // 25750 // 007024-09-1 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane monomethacrylate // // 25780 // 025723-16-4 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane, propoxylated // // 25810 // 015625-89-5 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane triacrylate // // 25840 // 003290-92-4 // 1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate // // 25870 // 000107-39-1 // 2,4,4-Trimethyl-1-pentene // // 25900 // 000110-88-3 // Trioxane // // // 000102-71-6 // Tris(2-hydroxyethyl)amine // See 'Triethanolamine' // 25930 // 001067-53-4 // Tris(2-methoxyethoxy)vinylsilane // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 25990 // 000689-97-4 // Vinylacetylene // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 26020 // 001484-13-5 // N-Vinylcarbazole // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 26080 // 001484-13-5 // Vinyl ethers of alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated (C 2-C 18) // // 26140 // 000075-38-7 // Vinylidene fluoride // // 26170 // 003195-78-6 // N-Vinyl-N-methylacetamide // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // 26200 // 002867-48-3 // N-Vinyl-N-methylformamide // // 26230 // 000088-12-0 // Vinylpyrrolidone // // 26260 // 001184-84-5 // Vinylsulphonic acid // // 26290 // 025013-15-4 // Vinyltoluene // // // 000622-97-9 // p-Vinyltoluene // See 'p-Methylstyrene' // 26320 // 002768-02-7 // Vinyltrimethoxysilane // QM = 5 mg/kg in FP // // 000105-67-9 // m-Xylenol // See '2,4-Dimethylphenol' // // 000526-75-0 // o-Xylenol // See '2,3-Dimethylphenol' // // 000095-87-4 // p-Xylenol // See '2,5-Dimethylphenol' // // // //

SML = 2,4 mg/kg

18640

000822-06-0

Hexamethylene diisocyanaat

QM(T ) = 1 mg/kg in EP ( expressed as NCO )

18670

000100-97-0

Hexamethylentetramine // //

000123-31-9

Hydroquinone

See "1,4-Dihydroxybenzene'

18880

000099-96-7

p-Hydroxybenzonic acid //

19000

000115-11-7

Isobutene //

19510

011132-73-3

Lignocellulose //

19540

000110-16-7

Maleic acid

SML(T ) = 30 mg/kg

19960

000108-31-6

Maleic anhydride

SML(T ) = 30 mg/kg ( expressed as maleic acid ) //

000108-78-1

Melamine

See "2,4,6-Triamino-1,3,5-tri-azine'

20020

000079-41-4

Methacrylic acid, butyl ester //

20110

000097-88-1

Methacrylic acid, sec-butyl ester //

20140

002998-18-7

Methacrylic acid, tert-butyl ester //

20170

000585-07-9

Methacrylic acid, ethyl ester //

20890

000097-63-2

Methacrylic acid, ethyl ester //

21010

000097-86-9

Methacrylic acid, isobutyl ester //

21100

004655-34-9

Methacrylic acid, isopropyl ester //

21130

000080-62-6

Methacrylic acid, methyl ester //

21340

002210-28-8

Methacrylic acid, propyl ester //

21460

000760-93-0

Methacrylic anhydride //

21490

000126-98-7

Methacrylnitrile

SML = not detectable ( DG = 0,020 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included )

21550

000067-56-1

Methanol //

PM/REF - No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

22150

000691-37-2

4-Methyl-1-pentene //

22420

003173-72-6

1,5-Naphtalene diisocyanate

QM(T ) = 1 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as NCO )

22450

009004-70-0

Nitrocellulose //

22480

000143-08-8

1-Nonanol //

22570

000112-96-9

Octadecyl isocyanate

QM(T ) = 1 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as NCO )

22600

000111-87-5

1-Octanol //

22660

000111-66-0

1-Octene

SML = 15 mg/kg

22780

000057-10-3

Palmitic acid //

22840

000115-77-5

Pentaerythritol //

22870

000071-41-0

1-Pentanol //

22960

000108-95-2

Fenol //

23050

000108-45-2

1,3-Phenylenediamine

QM = 1 mg/kg in FP //

000075-44-5

Phosgene

See "Carbonyl chloride'

23170

007664-38-2

Phosphoric acid // //

007664-38-2

Phthalic acid

See "Terephthalic acid'

23380

000085-44-9

Phthalic anhydride //

23470

000080-56-8

alpha-Pinene //

23500

000127-91-3

beta-Pinene //

23590

025322-68-3

Polyethyleneglycol //

23650

025322-69-4

Polypropyleneglycol ( Molecular weight greater than 400 ) //

23740

000057-55-6

1,2-Propandiol //

23800

000071-23-8

1-Propanol //

23830

000067-63-0

2-Propanol //

23860

000123-38-6

Propionaldehyde //

23890

000079-09-4

Propionic acid //

23950

000123-62-6

Propionic anhydride //

23980

000115-07-1

Propylene //

24010

000075-56-9

Propylene oxide

QM = 1 mg/kg in FP //

000120-80-9

Pyrocatechol

See "1,2-Dihydroxybenzeen'

24070

073138-82-6

Resin acids and rosin acids // //

000108-46-3

Resorcinol

See "1,3-Dihydroxybenzene'

24100

008050-09-7

Rosin //

24130

008050-09-7

Rosin gum //

24160

008052-10-6

Rosin tall oil //

24190

009014-63-5

Rosin wood //

24250

009006-04-6

Rubber, natural //

24280

000111-20-6

Sebacic acid //

24490

000050-70-4

Sorbitol //

24520

008001-22-7

Soybean oil //

24550

000057-11-4

Stearic acid //

24610

000100-42-5

Styrene //

24820

000110-15-6

Succinic acid //

24880

000057-50-1

Sucrose //

24910

000100-21-0

Terephthalic acid

SML = 7,5 mg/kg

24970

000120-61-6

Terephthalic acid, dimethyl ester //

25090

000112-60-7

Tetraethyleneglycol //

PM/REF - No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

25150

000109-99-9

Tetrahydrofuran

SML = 0,6 mg/kg

25180

000102-60-3

N,N,N,N-Tetrakis(2-hydroxypropyl)ethyleendiamine //

25210

000584-84-9

2,4-Toluene diisocyanate

QM(T ) = 1 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as NCO )

25240

000091-08-7

2,6-Toluene diisocyanate

QM(T ) = 1 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as NCO )

25270

026747-90-0

2,4-Toluene diisocyanate, dimer

QM(T ) = 1 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as NCO )

25360

026747-90-0

2,3-Epoxypropyltrialkyl(C5-C15)acetaat

SML = 6 mg/kg

25420

000108-78-1

2,4,6-Triamino-1,3,5-triazine

SML = 30 mg/kg

25510

000112-27-6

Triethyleneglycol //

25600

000077-99-6

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane

SML = 6 mg/kg

25960

000057-13-6

Urea //

26050

000075-01-4

Vinyl chloride

See Council Directive 78/142/EEC

26110

000075-35-4

Vinylidene chloride

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP or SML = not detectable ( DG = 0,05 mg/kg ) // // // //

SECTION B

LIST OF MONOMERS AND OTHER STARTING SUBSTANCES WHICH MAY CONTINUE TO BE USED PENDING A DECISION ON INCLUSION IN SECTION A

1.2.3.4PM/REF No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

000542-02-9

Acetoguanamine

See "2,4-Diamino-6-methyl - 1,3,5-triazine'

10180

000556-08-1

p-(Acetylamino)benzoic acid //

10240

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric //

10270

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic ( C 3-C 12 ), esters with alcohols, unsaturated ( C 3-C 18 ) //

10300

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, saturated ( C 4-C 18 ) //

10330

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, unsaturated ( C 4-C 12 ) //

10360

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, unsaturated, esters with polyethyleneglycol //

10390

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, dicarboxylic, unsaturated, esters with polyethyleneglycol //

10420

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, mono - and dicarboxylic ( C 2-C 20 ), vinyl esters //

10450

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic ( C 3-C 12 ) esters with alcohols, unsaturated ( C 3-C 18 ) //

10480

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, saturated ( C 2-C 24 ) //

10510

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, unsaturated ( C 3-C 24 ) //

10540

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, unsaturated ( C 3-C 8 ), esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated ( C 2-C 12 ) //

10570

000556-08-1

Acids, aliphatic, monocarboxylic, unsaturated, esters with polypropyleneglycol //

10600

000556-08-1

Acids, linear, with an even number of carbon atoms ( C 8-C 22 ), and the dimers and trimers of the unsaturated acids //

10630

000079-06-1

Acrylamide //

10660

015214-89-8

Acrylamidomethylpropanesulphonic acid //

10720

000999-55-3

Acrylic acid, allyl ester //

10750

002495-35-4

Acrylic acid, benzyl ester //

10870

002206-89-5

Acrylic acid, 2-chloroethyl ester //

10900

002206-89-5

Acrylic acid, cyclohexylaminoethyl ester //

10930

003066-71-5

Acrylic acid, cyclohexyl ester //

10960

016868-13-6

Acrylic acid, cyclopentyl ester //

10990

002156-96-9

Acrylic acid, decyl ester //

11020

019485-03-1

Acrylic acid, diester with 1,3-butanediol //

11050

001070-70-8

Acrylic acid, diester with 1,4-butanediol //

11080

004074-88-8

Acrylic acid, diester with diethyleneglycol //

11110

002274-11-5

Acrylic acid, diester with ethyleneglycol //

11140

013048-33-4

Acrylic acid, diester with 1,6-hexanediol //

PM/REF No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

11170

026570-48-9

Acrylic acid, diester with polyethyleneglycol //

11200

002426-54-2

Acrylic acid, 2-(diethylamino)ethyl ester //

11230

002439-35-2

Acrylic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl ester //

11260

000106-90-1

Acrylic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl ester

QM(T ) = 5 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as epoxy )

11290

000106-90-1

Acrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated ( C 1-C 21 ) //

11320

000106-90-1

Acrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated ( C 4-C 18 ) //

11350

000106-90-1

Acrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, polyhydric ( C 2-C 21 ) //

11380

000106-90-1

Acrylic acid, esters with etheralcohols //

11410

000106-90-1

Acrylic acid, esters with glycolethers obtained from mono - and/or diglycols with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric ( C 1-C 18 ) //

11440

044992-01-0

Acrylic acid, ester with trimethylethanolammonium chloride //

11500

000103-11-7

Acrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester //

11530

000999-61-1

Acrylic acid, 2-hydroxypropyl ester //

11560

005888-33-5

Acrylic acid, isobornyl ester //

11620

001330-61-6

Acrylic acid, isodecyl ester //

11650

029590-42-9

Acrylic acid, isooctyl ester //

11740

010095-13-3

Acrylic acid, monoester with 1,3-butanediol //

11770

002478-10-6

Acrylic acid, monoester with 1,4-butanediol //

11800

013533-05-6

Acrylic acid, monoester with diethyleneglycol //

11860

013533-05-6

Acrylic acid, monoester with propyleneglycol //

11890

002499-59-4

Acrylic acid, n-octyl ester //

11920

005048-82-8

Acrylic acid, phenylaminoethyl ester //

11950

000937-41-7

Acrylic acid, phenyl ester //

12010

040074-09-7

Acrylic acid, 2-sulphoethyl ester //

12040

039121-78-3

Acrylic acid, sulphopropyl ester //

12070

002177-18-6

Acrylic acid, vinyl ester //

12160

002998-04-1

Adipic acid, diallyl ester //

12190

000105-97-5

Adipic acid, didecyl ester //

12220

027178-16-1

Adipic acid, diisodecyl ester //

12250

000123-79-5

Adipic acid, dioctyl ester //

12280

002035-75-8

Adipic anhydride //

12370

002035-75-8

Alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated, linear, secondary or tertiary ( C 4-C 22 ) //

12400

002035-75-8

Alcohols, aliphatic, monhydric, unsaturated ( up to C 18 ) //

12430

002035-75-8

Alcohols, aliphatic, polyhydric ( up to C 18 ) //

12460

002035-75-8

Alcohols, cycloaliphatic, mono - and/or polyhydric, substituted ( up to C 18 ) //

12490

002035-75-8

Aldehydes ( C 4 ) //

12520

002035-75-8

Alkadienes //

12550

002035-75-8

n-Alkenes ( up to C 16 ) //

PM/REF No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

12580

002035-75-8

p-Alkyl(C 4-C 9 ) phenols //

12610

000107-18-6

Allyl alcohol //

12640

000106-92-3

Allyl 2,3-epoxypropyl ether

QM(T ) = 5 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as epoxy )

12670

002855-13-2

1-Amino-3-aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexane //

12700

000150-13-0

p-Aminobenzoic acid //

12730

000060-32-2

6-Aminocaproic acid //

12760

000060-32-2

omega-Aminocarboxylic acids, aliphatic, linear ( C 6-C 12 ) //

12790

000080-46-6

p-tert-Amylphenol //

12850

029602-44-6

Azelaic acid, bis(2-hydroxyethyl ) ester //

12880

000123-98-8

Azelaic acid dichloride //

12910

001732-10-1

Azelaic acid, dimethyl ester //

12940

004080-88-0

Azelaic acid, diphenyl ester //

12970

004196-95-6

Azelaic anhydride //

13030

000539-48-0

1,4-Benzenedimethanamine // //

000528-44-9

1,2,4-Benzenetricarboxylic acid

See "Trimellitic acid'"

13060

004422-95-1

1,3,5-Benzenetricarboxylic acid trichloride // //

000091-76-9

Benzoguanamine

See "2,4-Diamino-6-phenyl-1,3,5-triazine'

13120

000769-78-8

Benzoic acid, vinyl ester //

13180

000498-66-8

Bicyclo(2.2.1)hept-2-ene //

13210

001761-71-3

Bis(4-aminocyclohexyl)methane //

13240

003377-24-0

2,2-Bis(4-aminocyclohexyl)propane //

13300

038050-97-4

1,4-Bis(4,4-dihydroxytriphenylmethyl)benzene //

13330

038050-97-4

Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)ether of hydroquinone and its condensation products with propylene oxide //

13360

001620-68-4

2,6-Bis(2-hydroxy-5-methylbenzyl)-4-methylphenol //

13420

000843-55-0

1,1-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)cyclohexane //

13450

000125-13-3

3,3-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)-2-indolinone //

13570

000141-07-1

1,3-Bis(methoxymethyl)urea // //

000080-09-1

Bisphenol S

See "4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl - sulphone'

13660

000584-03-2

1,2-Butanediol //

13720

000110-63-4

1,4-Butanediol //

13750

000513-85-9

2,3-Butanediol //

13780

002425-79-8

1,4-Butanediol-bis(2,3-epoxypropyl)ether

QM(T ) + 5 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as epoxy )

13810

000505-65-7

1,4-Butanediol formal //

13930

006117-91-5

2-Buten-1-ol //

13960

001852-16-0

N-(Butoxymethyl)acrylamide //

13990

005153-77-5

N-(Butoxymethyl)methacrylamide //

14020

000098-54-4

4-tert-Butylphenol //

14050

000111-34-2

Butyl vinyl ether //

14080

000926-02-3

tert-Butyl vinyl ether //

14260

000502-44-3

Caprolactone //

14290

000502-44-3

Caprolactone, substituted //

14440

064147-40-6

Castor oil, dehydrated //

PM/REF No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

14470

008001-78-3

Castor oil, hydrogenated // //

000115-28-6

Chlorendic acid

See "Hexachloroendomethylenete-trahydrophtalic acid'

14560

000126-99-8

2-Chloro-1,3-butadiene //

14590

000615-67-8

Chlorohydraquinone //

14620

057981-99-4

Chlorohydroquinone diacetate //

14650

000079-38-9

Chlorotrifluorethylene

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

14800

003724-65-0

Crotonic acid //

14830

003724-65-0

Crotonic acid, esters with alcohols, mono - and polyhydric //

14860

003724-65-0

Cycloalkenes //

14920

002842-38-8

2-(Cyclohexylamino)ethanol //

14980

001631-25-0

N-Cyclohexylmaleimide

QM = 5 mg/kg in ep

15010

001131-60-8

p-Cyclohexylphenol //

15040

000542-92-7

1,3-Cyclopentadiene //

15070

001647-16-1

1,9-Decadiene //

15130

000872-05-9

1-Decene //

15160

000765-05-9

Decyl vinyl ether //

15190

000765-05-9

Diamines, aliphatic, linear ( C 2-C 12 ) //

15250

000110-60-1

1,4-Diaminobutane //

15280

000542-02-9

2,4-Diamino-6-methyl-1,3,5-triazine //

15310

000091-76-9

2,4-Diamino-6-phenyl-1,3,5-triazine //

15340

000109-76-2

1,3-Diaminopropane //

15370

003236-53-1

1,6-Diamino-2,2,4-trimethylhexane //

15400

003236-54-2

1,6-Diamino-2,4,4-trimethylhexane //

15430

003749-77-7

4,4-Dicarboxydiphenoxybutane //

15460

003753-05-7

4,4-Dicarboxydiphenoxyethane //

15490

002215-89-6

4,4-Dicarboxydiphenyl ether //

15520

004919-48-6

4,4-Dicarboxydiphenyl sulphide //

15550

002449-35-6

4,4-Dicarboxydiphenyl sulphone //

15580

001653-19-6

2,3-Dichloro-1,3-butadiene //

15610

000080-07-9

4,4-Dichlorodiphenyl sulphone //

15640

000156-59-2

cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene //

15670

000156-60-5

trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene //

15730

000077-73-6

Dicyclopentadiene //

15790

000111-40-0

Diethylenetriamine //

16030

001965-09-9

4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl ether //

16060

002664-63-3

4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl sulphide //

16090

000080-09-1

4,4-Dihydroxydiphenyl sulphone //

16120

000110-97-4

Diisopropanolamine //

16180

005205-93-6

N-(Dimethylaminopropyl)methacry - lamide //

16210

006864-37-5

3,3-Dimethyl-4,4-diaminodicyclohexylmethane //

16270

000526-75-0

2,3-Dimethylphenol //

16300

000105-67-9

2,4-Dimethylphenol //

16330

000095-87-4

2,5-Dimethylphenol //

16360

000576-26-1

2,6-Dimethylphenol //

16390

000126-30-7

2,2-Dimethyl-1,3-propanediol //

16420

000123-91-1

Dioxane //

16450

000646-06-0

1,3-Dioxolane //

16510

000138-86-3

Dipentene //

16540

000102-09-0

Diphenyl carbonate //

PM/REF No

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

16690

001321-74-0

Divinylbenzene //

16720

000826-62-0

Endomethylenetetrahydrophthalic anhydride //

16810

000826-62-0

Ether alcohols //

16840

000826-62-0

Ethers of N-methylolacrylamide //

16870

000826-62-0

Ethers of N-methylolmetha - crylamide //

16900

013036-41-4

N-(Ethoxymethyl)acrylamide //

16930

000075-00-3

Ethyl chloride //

17050

000104-76-7

2-Ethyl-1-hexanol //

17080

000103-44-6

2-Ethylhexyl vinyl ether //

17110

016219-75-3

5-Ethylidenebicyclo(2.2.1)hept-2-ene //

17140

000109-92-2

Ethyl vinyl ether //

17320

002807-54-7

Fumaric acid, diallyl ester //

17350

000105-75-9

Fumaric acid, dibutyl ester //

17380

000623-91-6

Fumaric acid, diethyl ester //

17410

000623-91-6

Fumaric acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated ( C 1-C 18 ) //

17440

000623-91-6

Fumaric acid, esters with alcohol, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated ( C 3-C 18 ) //

17470

000623-91-6

Fumaric acid, esters with alcohols, polyhydric //

17500

000098-01-1

Furfural //

17560

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,3-butanediol //

17590

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,4-butanediol //

17620

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and diethyleneglycol //

17650

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and 2,2-dimethyl-1,3-propanediol //

17680

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and ethyleneglycol //

17710

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and glycerol //

17740

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,6-hexanediol //

17770

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,2,6-hexanetriol //

17800

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and pentaerythritol //

17830

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and polyethyleneglycol ( molecular weight greater than 200 ) //

17860

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and polypropyleneglycol ( molecular weight greater than 400 ) //

17890

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and propanediol //

1.2.3.4PM/REF - No .

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

17920

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtaned from glucose and sorbitol //

17950

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and sucrose //

17980

000098-01-1

Glucosides obtained from glucose and 1,1,1-trimethylolpropane //

18040

029733-18-4

Glutaric acid, diisodecyl ester //

18070

000108-55-4

Glutaric anhydride //

18130

004371-64-6

1,1-Heptadecanedicarboxylic acid //

18160

025339-56-4

Heptene //

18190

000592-76-7

1-Heptene //

18220

068564-88-5

N-Heptylaminoundecanoic acid //

18250

000115-28-6

Hexachloroendomethylenetetrahydrophthalic acid

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

18280

000115-27-5

Hexachloroendomethylenetetrahydrophthalic anhydride //

18340

000822-28-6

Hexadecyl vinyl ether //

18370

000592-45-0

1,4-Hexadiene //

18400

000592-42-7

1,5-Hexadiene //

18430

000116-15-4

Hexafluorpropylene //

18490

015511-81-6

Hexamethylenediamine adipate //

18520

038775-37-0

Hexamethylenediamine azelate //

18550

038775-37-0

Hexamethylenediamine dodecanedicarboxylate //

18580

038775-37-0

Hexamethylenediamine heptadecanedicarboxylate //

18610

006422-99-7

Hexamethylenediamine sebacate //

18700

000629-11-8

1,6-Hexandiol //

18730

002935-44-6

2,5-Hexandiol //

18760

000106-69-4

1,2,6-Hexanetriol //

18790

025264-93-1

Hexene //

18820

000592-41-6

1-Hexene //

18850

000107-41-5

Hexyleneglycol //

18910

000288-32-4

Imidazole //

18940

000095-13-6

Indene //

18970

000078-83-1

Isobutanol //

19030

016669-59-3

N-(Isobutoxymethyl)acrylamide //

19060

000109-53-5

Isobutyl vinyl ether //

19090

000078-84-2

Isobutyraldehyde //

19120

025339-17-7

Isodecanol //

19140

026952-21-6

Isooctanol //

19150

000121-91-5

Isophthalic acid //

19180

000099-63-8

Isophthalic acid dichloride //

19210

001459-93-4

Isophthalic acid, dimethyl ester //

19240

000744-45-6

Isophthalic acid, diphenyl ester // //

000078-79-5

Isoprene

See "2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene'

19270

000097-65-4

Itaconic acid //

19300

002155-60-4

Itaconic acid, dibutyl ester //

19330

007748-43-8

Itaconic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl diester

QM(T ) = 5 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as epoxy )

19360

007748-43-8

Itaconic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl monoester

QM(T ) = 5 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as epoxy )

PM/REF - No .

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

19390

007748-43-8

Itaconic acid esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated ( C 1-C 18 ) //

19420

007748-43-8

Itaconic acid, esters with alcohols, polyhydric //

19450

007748-43-8

Lactams of omega-aminocarboxylic acids aliphatic, linear ( C 7-C 12 ) //

19480

002146-71-6

Lauric acid, vinyl ester //

19570

000999-21-3

Maleic acid, diallyl ester //

19600

000105-76-0

Maleic acid, dibutyl ester //

19630

071550-61-3

Maleic acid, diester with 1,2-propanediol //

19660

000141-05-9

Maleic acid, diethyl ester //

19690

014234-82-3

Maleic acid, diisobutyl ester //

19720

001330-76-3

Maleic acid, diisooctyl ester //

19750

000624-48-6

Maleic acid, dimethyl ester //

19780

002915-53-9

Maleic acid, dioctyl ester //

19810

002915-53-9

Maleic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, saturated ( C 1-C 18 ) //

19840

002915-53-9

Maleic acid, esters with alcohols, polyhydric //

19870

002915-53-9

Maleic acid, ester with 1,3-butanediol //

19900

002424-58-0

Maleic acid, monoalyl ester //

19930

002424-58-0

Maleic acid, monoesters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated ( C 3-C 18 ) //

19990

000079-39-0

Methacrylamide //

20050

000096-05-9

Methacrylic acid, allyl ester //

20080

002495-37-6

Methacrylic acid, benzyl ester //

20200

001888-94-4

Methacrylic acid, 2-chloroethyl ester //

20230

001888-94-4

Methacrylic acid, cyclohexylaminoethyl ester //

20260

000101-43-9

Methacrylic acid, cyclohexyl ester //

20290

016868-14-7

Methacrylic acid, cyclopentyl ester //

20320

003179-47-3

Methacrylic acid, decyl ester //

20350

003179-47-3

Methacrylic acid, ( di-tert-butylamino)ethyl ester //

20380

001189-08-8

Methacrylic acid, diester with 1,3-butanediol //

20410

002082-81-7

Methacrylic acid, diester with 1,4-butanediol //

20440

000097-90-5

Methacrylic acid, diester with ethyleneglycol //

20470

025852-47-5

Methacrylic acid, diester with polyethyleneglycol //

20500

000105-16-8

Methacrylic acid, 2-(diethylamino)ethyl ester //

20530

002867-47-2

Methacrylic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl ester //

20560

000142-90-5

Methacrylic acid, dodecyl ester //

20590

000106-91-2

Methacrylic acid, 2,3-epoxypropyl ester

QM(T ) = mg/kg in FP ( expressed as epoxy )

20620

000106-91-2

Methacrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated ( C 1-C 21 ) //

20650

000106-91-2

Methacrylic acid, esters with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, unsaturated ( C 4-C 18 ) //

20680

000106-91-2

Methacrylic acid, esters with alcohols, polyphydric ( C 2-C 21 ) //

20710

000106-91-2

Methacrylic acid, esters with estheralcohols //

20740

039670-09-2

Methacrylic acid, ester with ethoxytriethyleneglycol //

PM/REF - No .

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

20770

039670-09-2

Methacrylic acid, esters with glycolethers obtained from mono - and/or diglycols with alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric ( C 1-C 18 ) //

20800

024493-59-2

Methacrylic acid, ester with methoxytriethyleneglycol //

20830

024493-59-2

Methacrylic acid, esters with 1,2-propanediol //

20860

024493-59-2

Methacrylic acid, ester with trimethylethanolammonium chloride //

20920

000688-84-6

Methacrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl ester //

20950

000923-26-2

Methacrylic acid, 2-hydroxypropyl ester //

20980

007534-94-3

Methacrylic acid, isobornyl ester //

21040

029964-84-9

Methacrylic acid, isodecyl ester //

21070

028675-80-1

Methacrylic acid, isooctyl ester //

21160

028675-80-1

Methacrylic acid, monoester with 1,3-butanediol //

21190

000868-77-9

Methacrylic acid, monoester with ethyleneglycol //

21220

032360-05-7

Methacrylic acid, octadecyl ester //

21250

002157-01-9

Methacrylic acid, n-octyl ester //

21280

002177-70-0

Methacrylic acid, phenyl ester //

21310

003683-12-3

Methacrylic acid, phenylethyl ester //

21370

010595-80-9

Methacrylic acid, 2-sulphoethyl ester //

21400

054276-35-6

Methacrylic acid, sulphopropyl ester //

21430

004245-37-8

Methacrylic acid, vinyl ester //

21520

001561-92-8

Methallysulphonic acid, sodium salt

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

21580

003644-11-9

N-(Methoxymethyl)acrylamide //

21610

003644-12-0

N-(Methoxymethyl)methacrylamide //

21640

000078-79-5

2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene //

21670

000563-46-2

2-Methyl-1-butene //

21700

000513-35-9

2-Methyl-2-butene //

21730

000563-45-1

3-Methyl-1-butene //

21760

000694-91-7

5-Methylenebicyclo(2.2.1)hept-2-ene //

21790

000110-26-9

Methylenebisacrylamide //

21820

013093-19-1

Methylenebiscaprolactam // //

000505-65-7

1,4-(Methylenedioxy)butane

See "1,4-Butanediol formal'

21850

000095-71-6

Methylhydroquinone //

21880

000717-27-1

Methylhydroquinone diacetate //

21910

000814-78-8

Methyl isopropenyl ketone //

21940

000924-42-5

N-Methylolacrylamide //

21970

000923-02-4

N-Methylolmethacrylamide //

22000

001118-58-7

2-Methyl-1,3-pentadiene //

22030

001115-08-8

3-Methyl-1,4-pentadiene //

22060

000926-56-7

4-Methyl-1,3-pentadiene //

22090

000763-29-1

2-Methyl-1-pentene //

22120

000760-20-3

3-Methyl-1-pentene //

22180

004461-48-7

4-Methyl-2-pentene //

22210

000098-83-9

alpha-Methylstyrene //

22240

000622-97-9

p-Methylstyrene //

22270

000107-25-5

Methyl vinyl ether //

22300

000078-94-4

Methyl vinyl ketone

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

22330

001822-74-8

Methyl vinyl thioether //

22360

001141-38-4

2,6-Naphthalenendicarboxylic acid // //

000126-30-7

Neopentylglycol

See "2,2-Dimethyl-1,3 - propanediol'

22510

027215-95-8

Nonene //

PM/REF - No .

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

22540

000104-40-5

4-Nonylphenol // //

000498-66-8

Norbornene

See "Bicyclo(2.2.1)hept-2-ene'

22580

000930-02-9

Octadecyl vinyl ether //

22630

025377-83-7

Octene ( except 1-octene ) //

22690

001806-26-4

4-Octylphenol //

22720

000140-66-9

4-tert-Octylphenol //

22750

000929-62-4

Octyl vinyl ether //

22810

000504-60-9

1,3-Pentadiene //

22900

000109-67-1

1-Pentene //

22930

000109-67-1

Perfluoroalkyl(C 1-C 3)vinyl ethers //

22990

000109-67-1

Phenols, mono - and dihydric, alkoxylated or hydrogenated //

23020

028994-41-4

alpha-Phenyl-o-cresol //

23080

001079-21-6

Phenylhydroquinone //

23110

058244-28-3

Phenylhydroquinone diacetate //

23140

000092-69-3

4-Phenylphenol // //

000092-69-3

Phthalic acids

See "Iso - or o-phthalic acid'

23200

000088-99-3

o-Phthalic acid //

23230

000131-17-9

Phthalic aic, diallyl ester //

23260

000088-95-9

o-Phthalic acid dichloride //

23290

000088-95-9

Phtalic acids, halogenated derivatives //

23320

000088-95-9

Phthalic acids, hydrogenated //

23350

000088-95-9

Phthalic acids, hydrogenated substituted, endosubstituted, and their halogenated derivatives //

23410

000088-95-9

Phthalic anhydride, hydrogenated //

23440

000111-16-0

Pimelic acid //

23530

025190-06-1

Poly(1,4-butyleneglycol ) ( molecular weight greater than 1 000 ) //

23560

025190-06-1

Polyethers based on ethylene oxide, propylene oxide and/or tetrahydrofuran, containing free hydroxyl groups //

23620

025190-06-1

Polyols derived from phenols and bisphenols, hydrogenated and/or condensed with epoxyalkanes and/or arylepoxyalkanes possibly halogenated, alkoxylated, aryloxylated //

23680

009002-89-5

Polyvinylalcohols //

23710

063148-65-2

Polyvinylbutyrals //

23770

000504-63-2

1,3-Propanediol //

23920

000105-38-4

Propionic acid,vinyl ester //

24040

000764-47-6

Propyl vinyl ether //

24220

009006-03-5

Rubber, chlorinated //

24310

000111-19-3

Sebacic acid dichloride //

24340

002432-89-5

Sebacic acid, didecyl ester //

24370

000106-79-6

Sebacic acid, dimethyl ester //

24400

002918-18-5

Sebacic acid, diphenyl ester //

24430

002561-88-8

Sebacic anhydride //

24640

002561-88-8

Styrene, substituted by alkyl groups ( alpha ) //

24670

002561-88-8

Styrene, substituted in the benzene ring //

24700

002561-88-8

Styrene, substituted by halogens ( alpha or beta ) //

24730

002561-88-8

Styrene, substituted in the vinyl group //

PM/REF - No .

CAS No

Name

Restrictions

( 1 )

( 2 )

( 3 )

( 4 )

24760

026914-43-2

Styrenesulphonic acid //

24790

000505-48-6

Suberic acid //

24850

000108-30-5

Succinic anhydride //

24940

000100-20-9

Terephthalic acid dichloride //

25000

001539-04-4

Terephthalic acid, diphenyl ester //

25030

016646-44-9

Tetra(allyloxy)ethane //

25060

000632-58-6

Tetrachlorophthalic acid //

25120

000116-14-3

Tetrafluorethylene //

25300

000088-19-7

o-Toluenesulphonamide //

25330

000070-55-3

p-Toluenesulphonamide //

25390

000101-37-1

Triallyl cyanurate //

25450

026896-48-0

Tricyclodecanedimethanol //

25480

000102-71-6

Triethanolamine //

25540

000528-44-9

Trimellitic acid

QM(T ) = 5 mg/kg in FP

25550

000552-30-7

Trimellitic anhydride

QM(T ) = 5 mg/kg in FP ( expressed as trimellitic acid )

25570

000067-48-1

Trimethylethanolammonium chloride //

25630

037275-47-1

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane diacrylate //

25660

019727-16-3

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane dimethacrylate //

25690

019727-16-3

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane maleates //

25720

007024-08-0

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane monoacrylate //

25750

007024-09-1

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane monomethacrylate //

25780

025723-16-4

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane, propoxylated //

25810

015625-89-5

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane triacrylate //

25840

003290-92-4

1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate //

25870

000107-39-1

2,4,4-Trimethyl-1-pentene //

25900

000110-88-3

Trioxane // //

000102-71-6

Tris(2-hydroxyethyl)amine

See "Triethanolamine'

25930

001067-53-4

Tris(2-methoxyethoxy)vinylsilane

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

25990

000689-97-4

Vinylacetylene

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

26020

001484-13-5

N-Vinylcarbazole

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

26080

001484-13-5

Vinyl ethers of alcohols, aliphatic, monohydric, saturated ( C 2-C 18 ) //

26140

000075-38-7

Vinylidene fluoride //

26170

003195-78-6

N-Vinyl-N-methylacetamide

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP

26200

002867-48-3

N-Vinyl-N-methylformamide //

26230

000088-12-0

Vinylpyrrolidone //

26260

001184-84-5

Vinylsulphonic acid //

26290

025013-15-4

Vinyltoluene // //

000622-97-9

p-Vinyltoluene

See "p-Methylstyrene'

26320

002768-02-7

Vinyltrimethoxysilane

QM = 5 mg/kg in FP //

000105-67-9

m-Xylenol

See "2,4-Dimethylphenol' //

000526-75-0

o-Xylenol

See "2,3-Dimethylphenol' //

000095-87-4

p-Xylenol

See "2,5-Dimethylphenol' // // // //

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