Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN3104

Formule moléculaire brute : C14H10O4

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • BENZOIC ACID, PEROXIDE
  • BENZOPEROXIDE
  • Benzoyl peroxide
  • BENZOYL SUPEROXIDE
  • DIBENZOYL PEROXIDE
  • Peroxyde de benzoyle
  • PEROXYDE DE DIBENZOYLE

Noms anglais :

  • Benzoyl peroxide
Famille chimique
  • Peroxyde organique
Utilisation et sources d'émission

Agent de blanchiment, agent oxydant

Références

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