Colophane, produits de décomposition thermique de baguettes de soudure à âme de, (exprimée en formaldéhyde)

Numéro CAS : 8050-09-7

Identification

Description


Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • ARCANSON
  • Colophane
  • COLOPHANE (PRODUITS DE DECOMPOSITION DES BAGUETTES DE SOUDURE A AME DE, EXPRIMES EN ALDEHYDE FORMIQUE) (ROSIN)
  • Colophane, produits de décomposition thermique de baguettes de soudure à âme de, (exprimée en formaldéhyde)
  • POUDRE D'ARCANSON

Noms anglais :

  • ABIETIC ANHYDRIDE GUM ROSIN
  • COLOPHONY
  • DARK PINE RESIN
  • DISPROPORTIONATED ROSIN
  • PIECE RESIN
  • Rosin
  • Rosin core solder pyrolysis products (as Formaldehyde)
  • Rosin core solder thermal decomposition products (colophony)
  • ROSIN, DISPROPORTIONATED
  • WOOD ROSIN
Utilisation et sources d'émission

Fabrication de produits organiques, fabrication de plastiques

Références

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