Chemical Database

2-Hydroxyethyl Octadecanoate

Identifications

  • CAS Number: 111-60-4
  • CAS Number: 9004-99-3
  • Synonyms/Related:
    • 17-Hydroxy-3,6,9,12,15-pentaoxaheptadec-1-yl octadecanoate
    • 2-Hydroxyethyl Octadecanoate
    • 2-Hydroxyethyl stearate
    • 26-Hydroxy-3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24-octaoxahexacos-1-yl octadecanoate
    • 40S
    • 41-Hydroxy-3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,-27,30,33,36,39-tridecaoxahentetr- acont-1-yl octadecanoate
    • 60S
    • Akyporox S 100
    • alpha-(1-Oxooctadecyl)-omega-hydroxypoly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl)
    • Arosurf 1855E40
    • C12998
    • Carbowax 1000 monostearate
    • Carbowax 4000 monostearate
    • Cerasynt 660
    • Cerasynt M
    • Cerasynt MN
    • Cithrol 10MS
    • Cithrol PS
    • Clearate G
    • Clindrol SEG
    • Cremophor A
    • Crill 20,21,22, 23
    • Crill 20,21,22,23
    • D01542
    • EM
    • Emanon 3113
    • Emanon 3199
    • Emcol H 35-A
    • Emerest 2350
    • Emerest 2640
    • Emersal
    • Emersal (TN)
    • Emery 15393
    • Empilan 2848
    • Empilan CP-100
    • Empilan CQ-100
    • Emulphor VT-650
    • Emunon 3115
    • Ethofat 60/15
    • Ethofat 60/20
    • Ethofat 60/25
    • Ethoxylated stearic acid
    • Ethylene glycol monostearate
    • Ethylene glycol monostearate SE
    • Ethylene glycol stearate
    • Ethylene glycol, monostearate
    • Glycol monostearate
    • Glycol monostearate SE
    • Glycol polyethylene monostearate #200
    • Glycol stearate
    • Glycol stearate SE
    • Glycol, polyethylene monostearate #200
    • Glycol, polyethylene monostearate #6000
    • Glycols, polyethylene, monostearate
    • Ionet MS-1000
    • Ivorit
    • Kessco X-211
    • Lactine
    • Lamacit CA
    • Lipal 15S
    • Lipal 400-S
    • Lipo EGMS
    • Lipo-Peg 4-S
    • LX 3
    • Macrogol stearate 2000
    • Magi 45
    • Monthybase
    • Monthyle
    • Myrj
    • Myrj 45
    • MYRJ 49
    • Myrj 51
    • MYRJ 52
    • Myrj 52S
    • Myrj 53
    • Myrj 59
    • Myrj solution
    • MYS 40
    • MYS 45
    • Nikkol MYS
    • Nikkol MYS 4
    • Nikkol MYS 40
    • Nikkol MYS 45
    • Nikkol MYS-25
    • Nissan Nonion S 15
    • Nissan Nonion S-2
    • Nonex 28
    • Nonex 29
    • Nonex 36
    • Nonex 53
    • Nonex 54
    • Nonex 63
    • Nonion S 15
    • Nonion S 2
    • Nonion S 4
    • Octadecanoic acid, 17-hydroxy-3,6,9,12,15-pentaoxaheptadec-1-yl ester
    • OCTADECANOIC ACID, 2-HYDROXYETHYL ESTER
    • Octadecanoic acid, 26-hydroxy-3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24-octaoxahexacos-1-yl ester
    • Octadecanoic acid, 41-hydroxy-3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27,30,33,36,39-tridecaoxahentetra- cont-1-yl ester
    • Parastarin
    • PEG 1000MS
    • PEG 100MS
    • PEG 42
    • PEG 600MS
    • PEG stearate
    • PEG-10 Stearate
    • PEG-150 stearate
    • PEG-40 stearate
    • PEG-8 Stearate
    • Pegosperse S 9
    • Perphinol 45/100
    • PMS No. 1
    • PMS No. 2
    • Poly (oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , .alpha.-(1-oxooctadecyl)-.omega.-hydroxy-
    • Poly(oxy-1, 2-ethanediyl) , .alpha.-hydro-.omega.-hydroxy-, octadecanoate
    • Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , .alpha.-(1-oxooctadecyl)-.omega.-hydroxy-
    • Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , alpha-(1-oxooctadecyl)-omega-hydroxy-
    • Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , alpha-1-(oxooctadecyl)-omega-hydroxy-
    • Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) , alpha-hydro-omega-hydroxy-, octadecanoate
    • Poly(oxyethylene) monostearate
    • Poly(oxyethylene) stearate
    • Poly(oxyethylene) stearic acid ester
    • Polyethylene glycol (100) monostearate
    • Polyethylene glycol 8 monostearate
    • Polyethylene glycol monostearate
    • Polyethylene glycol monostearate #1000
    • Polyethylene glycol monostearate #200
    • Polyethylene glycol monostearate #40
    • Polyethylene glycol monostearate #400
    • Polyethylene glycol monostearate #6000
    • Polyethylene glycol stearate
    • Polyethylene oxide monostearate
    • Polyethylene oxide stearate
    • Polyethyleneglycols monostearate
    • Polyethyleneglycols monstearate
    • Polyoxyethylate (9) stearic acid
    • Polyoxyethylene (8) stearate
    • Polyoxyethylene 50 stearate
    • Polyoxyethylene monostearate
    • Polyoxyethylene stearate (mol. wt. 600-2000)
    • Polyoxyethylene(8) stearate
    • Polyoxyethylene-(40)-monostearate
    • Polyoxyethylene-8-monostearate
    • Polyoxyl 40 stearate
    • Polyoxyl 40 stearate (JP14/NF)
    • Polyoxyl 40 stearate [USAN:BAN:JAN]
    • Polyoxyl 50 stearate
    • Polyoxyl 8 stearate
    • Polyoxyl 8 stearate [USAN:BAN]
    • Polystate
    • Polystate B
    • Prodhybas N
    • Prodhybase 4000
    • Prodhybase ethyl
    • Prodhybase P
    • S 1004
    • S 1012
    • S 1016
    • S 1042
    • S 1054
    • S 1116
    • S 151
    • S 541
    • Sedetol
    • Slovasol MKS 16
    • Soromin-SG
    • Stabilisant .delta.-118
    • Stabilisant delta-118
    • STEARIC ACID, 2-HYDROXYETHYL ESTER
    • Stearic acid, monoester with ethylene glycol
    • Stearic acid, monoester with polyethylene glycol
    • Stearoks 6
    • Stearoks 920
    • Stearox 6
    • Stearox 920
    • Stearoxa-6
    • Stenol 8
    • Tegin G
    • Tego-stearate
    • Trydet SA 40
    • Trydet SA series
    • USAF KE-11
    • Usaf ke-12
    • Usaf ke-14
    • Usaf ke-9
    • X-489-R

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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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