Chemical Database

2-Naphthalenol, 1-((4-methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo)-

Identifications

  • CAS Number: 12238-48-1
  • CAS Number: 12240-01-6
  • CAS Number: 12240-02-7
  • CAS Number: 2425-85-6
  • CAS Number: 39310-30-0
  • Synonyms/Related:
    • ((4-Methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo)-2-naphthol
    • 1-((2-Nitro-4-methylphenyl) azo)-2-naphthol
    • 1-((4-(Phenylazo) phenyl) azo)-2-naphthalenol
    • 1-((4-Methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo)-2-naphthalenol
    • 1-((p-Phenylazo) phenyl) azo-2-naphthol
    • 1-(4-(Phenylazo) phenylazo)-2-naphthol
    • 1-(4-Methyl-2-nitrophenylazo)-2-naphthol
    • 1-(o-Nitro-p-tolylazo)-2-naphthol
    • 1-(Phenylazophenylazo)-2-hydroxynaphthalene
    • 1-[[4-(Phenylazo) phenyl]azo]-2-naphthalenol
    • 1-[[p-(Phenylazo) phenyl]azo]-2-naphthol
    • 111440 Red
    • 2-NAPHTHALENOL, 1-((4-(PHENYLAZO) PHENYL) AZO)-
    • 2-Naphthalenol, 1-((4-methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo)-
    • 2-Naphthalenol, 1-[ (4-methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo]-
    • 2-Naphthalenol, 1-[(4-methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo]-
    • 2-Naphthalenol, 1-[[4- (phenylazo) phenyl]azo]-
    • 2-Naphthalenol, 1-[[4-(phenylazo) phenyl]azo]-
    • 2-Naphthol, 1-((p-(phenylazo) phenyl) azo)-
    • 2-Naphthol, 1-[[p-(phenylazo) phenyl]azo]-
    • Accosperse toluidine red XL
    • Adc Toluidine Red B
    • Atlasol Spirit Red 3
    • Atul Oil Red G
    • Basoflex Red 361
    • Benzeneazobenzeneazo-.beta.-naphthol
    • Benzeneazobenzeneazo-beta-naphthol
    • Brasilazina Oil Scarlet
    • C.I.12120
    • C.I.pigment Red 3
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner A-2989
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner A-2990
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner Dark RS-3340
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner Deep X-1865
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner Light RS-3140
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner RT-6101
    • C.P. Toluidine Toner RT-6104
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner A-2989
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner A-2990
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner Dark RS-3340
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner Deep X-1865
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner Light RS-3140
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner RT-6101
    • C.P.Toluidine Toner RT-6104
    • Calcotone Toluidine Red YP
    • Carnelio Helio Red
    • Cerasin Red
    • Cerasinrot
    • Cerotinscharlach R
    • Certiqual Oil Red
    • Cerven pigment 3
    • Cerven pigment 3 [Czech]
    • Cerven rozpoustedlova 23 [Czech]
    • Chromatex red J
    • CI 12120
    • CI 26100
    • CI PIGMENT RED 3
    • CP Toluidine toner A-2989
    • D & C Red no. 17
    • D AND C RED NO 35
    • D and C Red No. 17
    • D and C Red No. 35
    • Dainichi permanent red 4 R
    • Deep fastona red
    • Duplex Toluidine Red L 20-3140
    • Eljon fast scarlet PV extra
    • Eljon Fast Scarlet RN
    • Enialit Light Red RL
    • Fast Oil Scarlet III
    • Fast Red A
    • Fast Red A (pigment)
    • Fast Red A (VAN)
    • Fast Red AB
    • Fast Red J
    • Fast Red JE
    • Fast Red R
    • Fastona Red B
    • Fastona Scarlet RL
    • Fastona Scarlet YS
    • Fat Red (bluish)
    • Fat Red G
    • Fat Red HRR
    • Fat Red R
    • Fat Red RS
    • Fat Red RS (VAN)
    • Fat Red, Bluish
    • Fat Red, Bluish (VAN)
    • Fat Scarlet LB
    • Fat Soluble Red ZH
    • FD and C Red No. 17
    • Fettponceau G
    • Fettrot
    • Fettscharlach
    • Fettscharlach LB
    • Graphtol Red A-4RL
    • Grasal Brilliant Red G
    • Grasan Brilliant Red G
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    • Helio fast red BN
    • Helio fast red RL
    • Helio Fast Red RN
    • Helio Red RL
    • Helio Red Toner
    • Hispalit fast scarlet rn
    • Independence red
    • Irgalite Fast Red P4R
    • Irgalite Fast Scarlet RND
    • Irgalite Red PV2
    • Irgalite Red RNPX
    • Irgalite Scarlet RB
    • Isol Fast Red HB
    • Isol Fast Red RN2B
    • Isol Fast Red RN2G
    • Isol Fast Red RNB
    • Isol Fast Red RNG
    • Isol Toluidine Red HB
    • Isol Toluidine Red RN2B
    • Isol Toluidine Red RN2G
    • Isol Toluidine Red RNB
    • Isol Toluidine Red RNG
    • Japan Red 225
    • Kromon helio fast red
    • Kromon Helio Fast Red YS
    • Lake Red 4R
    • Lake Red 4RII
    • Lithol Fast Scarlet RN
    • Lutetia Fast Red 3R
    • Lutetia Fast Scarlet RF
    • Lutetia Fast Scarlet RJN
    • Monolite fast scarlet CA
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet GSA
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet RB
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet RBA
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet RN
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet RNA
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet RNV
    • Monolite Fast Scarlet RT
    • Motirot 2R
    • NO 2 Forthfast scarlet
    • No. 2 Forthfast Scarlet
    • Oil Red
    • Oil Red 3B
    • Oil Red 3G
    • Oil Red 6566
    • Oil Red AS
    • Oil Red B
    • Oil Red G
    • Oil Scarlet AS
    • Oil Scarlet G
    • Oralith red P4R
    • Organol Red BS
    • Organol Scarlet
    • Permanent Red 4R
    • Pigment Red 3
    • Pigment Red RL
    • Pigment Ruby
    • Pigment Scarlet
    • Pigment scarlet (RUSSIAN)
    • Pigment Scarlet B
    • Pigment Scarlet N
    • Pigment scarlet r
    • Pigment Scarlet [Russian]
    • Polymo red fgn
    • Ponceau, insoluble, OLG
    • Pyronalrot B
    • Recolite fast red bl
    • Recolite fast red rbl
    • Recolite Fast Red RL
    • Recolite Fast Red RYL
    • Red No. 225
    • Red ZH
    • Rot C
    • Rot G
    • Rouge cerasine
    • Sanyo Scarlet Pure
    • Sanyo Scarlet Pure No. 1000
    • Scarlet B Fat Soluble
    • Scarlet B, fat soluble
    • Scarlet pigment RN
    • Schultz No. 31
    • Segnale Light Red 2B
    • Segnale Light Red B
    • Segnale Light Red BR
    • Segnale Light Red C4R
    • Segnale Light Red RL
    • Siegle Red 1
    • Siegle Red B
    • Siegle Red BB
    • Silogomma Red RLL
    • Silosol Red RBN
    • Silosol Red RN
    • Siloton Red BRLL
    • Siloton Red RLL
    • Silotras Scarlet TB
    • Solvent red 23
    • Somalia Red III
    • Soudan III
    • Stearix Scarlet
    • Sudan 3
    • Sudan G
    • Sudan G III
    • Sudan III
    • Sudan III (G)
    • Sudan III, G
    • Sudan P III
    • Sudan Red III
    • Symuler Fast Scarlet 4R
    • Syton fast scarlet rb
    • Syton fast scarlet rd
    • Syton fast scarlet rn
    • Tertropigment red hab
    • Tertropigment scarlet lrn
    • Tetrazobenzene-.beta.-naphthol
    • Tetrazobenzene-beta-naphthol
    • Toluidine red
    • Toluidine red 10451
    • Toluidine Red 3B
    • Toluidine Red 4R
    • Toluidine Red BFB
    • Toluidine Red BFGG
    • Toluidine Red D 28-3930
    • Toluidine Red Light
    • Toluidine Red M 20-3785
    • Toluidine Red R
    • Toluidine Red RT-115
    • Toluidine Red Toner
    • Toluidine Red XL 20-3050
    • Toluidine Toner
    • Toluidine Toner 4R X-2700
    • Toluidine Toner Dark 5040
    • Toluidine Toner HR X-2700
    • Toluidine Toner HR X-2741
    • Toluidine Toner Keep HR X-2742
    • Toluidine Toner L 20-3300
    • Toluidine Toner L20-3300
    • Toluidine Toner RT-252
    • Toney Red
    • Tony Red
    • Versal scarlet prnl
    • Versal scarlet rnl
    • Vulcafor scarlet a
    • [(4-Methyl-2-nitrophenyl) azo]-2-naphthol

Health & Regulatory Guidelines

  • EPA Regulations:
    • Marine Polutant: No
  • OSHA Regulations:

Related Resources

  • USDOT Hazardous Materials Table 49 CFR 172.101
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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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