Chemical Database

Ethoxylated Nonylphenol

Identifications

  • CAS Number: 9016-45-9
  • Caswell Number: 605
  • Synonyms/Related:
    • (Nonylphenoxy) Polyethylene Oxide
    • 2-(2-(2-(2-(Nonylphenoxy) Ethoxy) Ethoxy) Ethoxy) Ethanol
    • 2-(2-(4-Nonylphenoxy) ethoxy) ethanol
    • 2-(p-Nonylphenoxy) ethanol
    • 2-[2-(4-Nonylphenoxy) ethoxy]ethanol
    • 26-(Nonylphenoxy)-3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24-octaoxahexacosan-1-ol
    • 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24-Octaoxahexacosan-1-ol, 26-(nonylphenoxy)-
    • 3,6,9,12,15-Pentaoxaheptadecan-1-ol, 17-(nonylphenoxy)-
    • 4-Nonylphenol decaglycol ether
    • A 730
    • A 730 (Surfactant)
    • Adekatol NP
    • Adekatol NP 1000
    • Adekatol NP 1100
    • Adekatol NP 638
    • Adekatol NP 650
    • Adekatol NP 660
    • Adekatol NP 675
    • Adekatol NP 683
    • Adekatol NP 686
    • Adekatol NP 690
    • Adekatol NP 700
    • Adekatol NP 710
    • Adekatol NP 720
    • Adekatol NP 760
    • Adekatol NP 900
    • Advantage 24
    • Afilan CVH
    • Agral
    • Agral 600
    • Agral 90
    • Agral LN
    • Agral Plus
    • Agral R
    • Akypo NP 70
    • Akyporox NP 105
    • Akyporox NP 150
    • Akyporox NP 95
    • Alcosist PN
    • Alfeno
    • Alfeno 10
    • Alfeno 18
    • Alfeno 22
    • Alfeno 28
    • Alfeno 710
    • Alfeno 8
    • Alfenol
    • Alfenol 10
    • Alfenol 18
    • Alfenol 22
    • Alfenol 28
    • Alfenol 710
    • Alfenol 8
    • Alfenol N 8
    • Alkasurf NP
    • Alkasurf NP 11
    • Alkasurf NP 15
    • Alkasurf NP 8
    • Alpha-(Nonylphenyl)-Omega-Hydroxypoly(Oxy-1,2-Ethanediyl)
    • Alpha-(Nonylphenyl)-Omega-Hydroxypolyoxyethylene
    • alpha-(p-Nonylphenyl)-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene)
    • Ammonium nonoxynol-30 sulfate
    • Ammonium nonoxynol-4 sulfate
    • Amway All Purpose Spray Adjuvant
    • Amway APSA 80
    • Antarox 897
    • Antarox Co
    • Antarox CO 430
    • Antarox CO 530
    • Antarox CO 630
    • Antarox CO 730
    • Antarox CO 850
    • APSA 80
    • Arkopal N
    • Arkopal N-090
    • Auxipon NP
    • Bion NE 9
    • BLM
    • Burtemul N
    • C-Film
    • Carsonon N-9
    • CCC Jelly
    • Cemulsol NP 10
    • Cemulsol NP 8
    • Cemulsol NP-EO 6
    • Chemax NP Series
    • Chimipal WN 6
    • CO-630SP
    • Conceptrol
    • Conco NI-90
    • Cremophor NP 10
    • Cremophor NP 14
    • Decaethylene glycol mono(p-nonylphenyl) ether
    • Decaethylene glycol p-nonylphenyl ether
    • Dehscoxid 781
    • Delfen
    • DIETHYLENE GLYCOL P-NONYLPHENYL ETHER
    • Dispergator BO
    • DME
    • Dowfax 9N20
    • Dowfax 9N9
    • Dowfax 9N9, Neutronyx 611
    • DS 3195
    • EA 120
    • EA 80
    • Egyptol
    • Elfapur N 70
    • Emalex NP 15
    • Emko
    • Emmon 15332
    • Empilan NP 9
    • EMU 02
    • EMU 09
    • Emulan 30
    • Emulan 40
    • Emulgator NP 10
    • Emulgen - 913
    • Encare oval
    • Ethanol, 2-(2-(4-nonylphenoxy) ethoxy)-
    • Ethanol, 2-(4-nonylphenoxy)-
    • Ethanol, 2-[2-(4-nonylphenoxy) ethoxy]-
    • Ethoxylated Nonylphenol
    • Ethoxylated p-nonyl phenol
    • ETHYLENE GLYCOL P-NONYLPHENYL ETHER
    • Ethylene Oxide-Nonylphenol Condensate
    • Ethylene Oxide-Nonylphenol Polymer
    • Etolat 914
    • Fenopal
    • Glycols, Polyethylene Mono(Nonylphenyl) Ether (Nonionic)
    • Glycols, polyethylene, mono(nonylphenyl) ether
    • Glycols, Polyethylene, Mono(Nonyphenyl) Ether
    • Glycols, polyethylene, mono(p-nonylphenyl) ether
    • Glycols, polyethylene, monononylphenyl ether
    • Gynol II
    • Hyoxyd X 100
    • Hyoxyd X 200
    • Hyoxyd X 400
    • Iconol NP 100
    • Igepal CO-630
    • Imbentin
    • Imbentine
    • Imbetin N 7A
    • Intercept
    • K-Y Plus
    • K-Y plus nonoxynol-9
    • Koromex
    • Liponox NCY
    • Lissapol NX
    • Marlophen
    • Mono(nonylphenyl) polyethylene glycol
    • Monopol NP 1013
    • Monopol NP 1060
    • N 100
    • N 9
    • N-9
    • N9
    • Neutronyx 600
    • Newcol 565
    • Nonaethylene glycol mono(nonylphenyl) ether
    • Nonaethylene glycol nonylphenyl ether
    • Nonoxinolum [INN-Latin]
    • Nonoxynol
    • Nonoxynol 10
    • Nonoxynol 13
    • Nonoxynol 14
    • Nonoxynol 15
    • Nonoxynol 15 [USAN]
    • Nonoxynol 30
    • Nonoxynol 30 [USAN]
    • Nonoxynol 4 [USAN]
    • Nonoxynol 6
    • Nonoxynol 8.5
    • Nonoxynol 9
    • Nonoxynol 9 [USAN]
    • Nonoxynol 9[USAN]
    • Nonoxynol-14
    • Nonoxynol-18
    • Nonoxynol-2
    • Nonoxynol-3
    • Nonoxynol-30
    • Nonoxynol-4
    • Nonoxynol-44
    • Nonoxynol-50
    • Nonoxynol-7
    • Nonoxynol-9
    • Nonyl phenol, ethoxylated
    • Nonyl Phenyl Polyethylene Glycol
    • Nonyl phenyl polyethylene glycol ether
    • Nonylphenol Ethxylate
    • Nonylphenol octa(oxyethylene) ethanol
    • Nonylphenol Polyethylene Glycol Ether
    • Nonylphenol Polyethylene Oxide
    • Nonylphenol, Polyoxyethylene Ether
    • Nonylphenoxy Polyethoxy Ethanol
    • Nonylphenoxypol(Ethyleneoxy) Ethanol
    • Nonylphenoxypoly(ethyleneoxy) ethanol
    • Nonylphenoxypoly(ethyleneoxy) ethanol, branched
    • Nonylphenoxypolyethoxyethanol
    • Nonylphenyl Polyethylene Glycol Ether
    • NOP 17
    • NOP 8
    • NP 8.5
    • NP-9
    • Omega-Hydroxy-Alpha-(Nonylphenyl) Poly(Oxy-1,2-Ethanediyl)
    • Ortho-Creme
    • Oxyethylated Nonylphenol
    • Oxyethylene Nonylphenyl Ether
    • p-Nonylphenol decaethylene glycol ether
    • p-Nonylphenol polyethylene glycol ether
    • p-Nonylphenol, ethoxylate, sulfate, ammonium salt
    • p-Nonylphenol, ethoxylated
    • p-Nonylphenol-polyethylene glycol adduct
    • p-Nonylphenyl polyoxyethylene ether
    • Pannox 110
    • Pannox 111
    • Pannox 116
    • PEG-13 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-14 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-15 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-18 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-2 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-3 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-30 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-30 Nonyl phenyl ether sulfate, ammonium salt
    • PEG-4 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-4 Nonyl phenyl ether sulfate, ammonium salt
    • PEG-44 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-50 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • PEG-7 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • Peg-9 Nonly Phenyl Ether
    • PEG-9 Nonyl phenyl ether
    • Penetrax
    • Phenol, p-nonyl-, monoether with polyethylene glycol
    • Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , alpha-(4-nonylphenyl)-omega-hydroxy-
    • Poly(Oxy-1,2-Ethanediyl) , Alpha-(Nonylphenyl)-Omega-Hydroxy-
    • Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , alpha-sulfo-omega-(4-nonylphenoxy)-, ammonium salt
    • Poly(Oxyethylene) Nonylphenol Ether
    • Poly(Oxyethylene) Nonylphenyl Ether
    • Poly-Tergent B
    • Polyethoxylated Nonylphenol
    • Polyethylene glycol (13) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (14) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (15) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (18) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (3) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (30) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (30) nonyl phenyl ether sulfate, ammonium salt
    • Polyethylene glycol (44) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (50) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol (7) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol 100 nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol 200 nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene glycol 200 nonyl phenyl ether sulfate, ammonium salt
    • Polyethylene glycol 450 nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyethylene Glycol 450 Nonyl Pheyl Ether
    • Polyethylene Glycol Mono(Nonylphenol) Ether
    • Polyethylene glycol mono(p-nonylphenyl) ether
    • Polyethylene Glycol Nonylphenol Ether
    • Polyethylene Glycol Nonylpheny Ether
    • POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL NONYLPHENYL ETHER
    • Polyethylene Glycol Nonylphenyl Monoether
    • Polyethyleneoxide Mono(Nonylphenyl) Ether
    • Polyoxyethylated Nonylphenol
    • Polyoxyethylated-p-nonyl phenol
    • Polyoxyethylene (13) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (14) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (15) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (18) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (2) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (3) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (30) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (30) nonyl phenyl ether sulfate, ammonium salt
    • Polyoxyethylene (4) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (4) nonyl phenyl ether sulfate, ammonium salt
    • Polyoxyethylene (44) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (50) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (7) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene (9) nonyl phenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene Nonylphenol
    • Polyoxyethylene nonylphenyl ether
    • Polyoxyethylene(30) nonylphenyl ether
    • Prevocel #12
    • Protachem 630
    • Rewopol HV-9
    • Semicid
    • Staycept
    • Synperonic NX
    • Tergetol NP
    • Tergitol NP-10
    • Tergitol NP-14
    • Tergitol NP-27
    • Tergitol NP-33 (nonionic)
    • Tergitol NP-35 (nonionic)
    • Tergitol NP-40 (nonionic)
    • Tergitol NPX
    • Tergitol TP-9
    • Tergitol TP-9 (nonionic)
    • Today Sponge
    • Triton N-100
    • Trycol NP-1

Health & Regulatory Guidelines

  • EPA Regulations:
    • Marine Polutant: No

Related Resources

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Editor's note: Some chemicals in this database contain more information than others due to the original reason this information was collected and how the compilation was accomplished.

While working with material safety data sheets (MSDS), I found that manufacturers sometimes used obscure names for constituent chemicals and I didn't always have a good idea of what I was dealing with. To resolve this problem, over the years, I compiled chemical names and identifiers into a personal database, cross referencing regulatory and health safety information when possible. Colleagues and friends eventually started suggesting that I make my data available on this website so that others could benefit from my efforts -- which I finally did in 2004. The more common, regulated and/or hazardous a chemical is, the more information I will have likely collected it.

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Reference Sources

Data for this database was compiled from: hundreds of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) of common industrial and household products; the Hazardous Materials Table from the United States "Code of Federal Regulations" title 49 section 172.101; the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards; the US DOT 1996, 2000 & 2004 Emergency Response Guidebooks; U.S. National Library of Medicine and many other related resources.

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