air, wet -> water vapouralcohols, generally (see exact media) amines -> see exact mediaaminoethanols amyl alcohols -> pentanolsamyl chlorides anole -> cyclohexanolanone -> cyclohexanoneanthraquinonesulfonics acid, aqueous antifreezes -> see exact mediaantimony chlorides, free of water aqua fortis -> nitric acidaqua regia (nitrohydrochloric acid) ASTM-fuels -> gasolineASTM-oils -> oilATE-brake fluids -> brake fluidsATF-oil -> oilbarium chloride, aqueous basic aluminium acetate -> aluminiumacetates battery acid -> sulfuric acidbeef tallow (beef fat) -> oil, animalbeer bitter salt -> magnesium sulfatebitumen (asphalt) black liquor (cellulose-/ pulp-production) butanediols -> butylglycolbutanol -> butylalcoholbutanone -> methyl ethyl ketone (MEK)butene, aqueous casing head gas -> natural gascastor oil caustic potash -> potash lyecaustic soda -> sodium hydroxidecelluloseacetate chlorinated hydrocarbons, generally (see exact chloro butadiene -> chloroprenechloro ethane -> ethyl chloridechloro ethanol -> ethylene chlorohydrinchloroacetic acid, mono- chloroform (trichlormethanes) ->chloromethanes chloromethanes (chloroform, dichloromethane) cleaners (washing agents) -> detergentscoconut oil crude oil -> oilcumene -> isopropylbenzenecyancali -> potassium cyanidecyclohexane developing dyes, generally (see exact media) dextrose -> glucosedi. -> sebacic estersdiacetone alcohol dibutyl phthalates -> phthalic esterdibutylamine dichloroacetic acid -> chloroacetic aciddichlorobenzenes dichloromethanes -> chloromethanesdiesel, -fuel/ -oil -> gasoline, diesel-diethanolamine (iminodiethanol) diethyl sebacat -> sebacic estersdiethylamine diglycol -> diethylene glycoldiglycolic acid, aqueous diluents -> see exact mediadimethyl ether dinonyl phthalate -> phthalic esterdioctyl phthalate -> phthalic esterdioctyl sebacat -> sebacic estersdioxane ethanol amines -> aminoethanolsethanol, 10% (ethyl alcohol, spirit) ethene -> ethyleneethers -> ethyleneethyl acetate -> acetic acid ethyl esterethyl acrylate -> acrylic estersethyl alcohol -> ethanolethyl chloride ethyl ether -> diethyl etherethylbenzene ethylene chloride -> dichloroethanesethylene chlorohydrin FAM-Fuel -> gasolinefats -> oilfatty acids with >7 C-atoms, generally fatty alcohols, generally (see exact media) flight-gasoline -> gasoline (kerosene)fluorbenzene gasoline, diesel/ diesel oil/ heating oil Glauber´s salt -> sodium sulfateglucose (dextrose) glycol -> ethylene glycolglycolic acid, 30% grape juice -> fruit juicegrape sugar -> glucoseHCFC -> freonheating oil -> gasoline, dieselhelium hexachlorocyclohexane -> lindanehexanal hydraulic fluid, hydraulic oils DIN 51 524 hydraulic fluid, oil-in-water-emulsion HFA hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) -> freonhydrofluoric acid 10% hydrogen chloride, -gas/ -acid -> hydrochloricacid Javel water -> sodium hypochloritekerosene -> gasoline (kerosene)ketones, generally (see exact media) kresols -> cresolslacquers -> see exact media/ solventlactic acid, aqueous 3% laurylalcohol -> dodecanollavender oil lighting gas (illuminating gas) -> town gaslime -> calcium hydroxidelime -> calcium oxidelime, burned -> calcium oxidelime, milk of- (lime water) -> calcium hydroxidelimonene (dipentene) lindane -> hexachlorocyclohexanelinoleic acid liquefied gas (LPG) -> see exact medialiquid ammonia -> ammonialithium bromide lubricating oils/ greases -> oilmachine oils -> oilmagnesium chloride, aqueous 10% methyl alcohol -> methanolmethyl bromide methyl chloride -> chloromethanesmethyl chloroform -> trichloroethanesmethyl ethyl ketone (MEK) methyl glycol -> ethylene glycolmethyl isobutyl ketone methylated spirit -> ethanolmethylen chloride -> chloromethanesmicrobes (microorganisms) mine gas -> methanemineral oil -> oilmixed acid: sulfuric acid + nitric acid + water mixed acid: sulfuric acid + phosphoric acid + motor oils (engine oils) -> oilmust (fruit wine) nitrous fumes -> nitrogen oxidesnonyl alcohol nonanol) oil, hydraulic -> hydraulic fluidoil, mineral perchloroethylene -> tetrachloroethylenePerhydrol -> hydrogen peroxidepetrol -> gasolinepetroleum phenyl ether -> diphenyl etherphenylhydrazine photo developer, generally (see exact media) photo emulsion, generally (see exact media) photo fixing, generally (see exact media) phthalates -> phthalic esterphthalic ester (phthalates) pigs fat -> oil, animalpotash -> potassium carbonatepotash lye 10% potassium aluminium sulfate -> alumpotassium bicarbonate -> potassiumhydrogencarbonatepotassium bisulfate -> potassiumhydrogensulfatepotassium borate, aqueous potassium hydroxide -> potash lyepotassium hypochlorite premium gasoline/ petrol -> gasolinepropane, wet or gaseous prussic acid -> hydrogen cyanidepyridine refrigerating agent -> freonresorcinol salmiac -> ammonium chloridesalt water -> watersalt, table-salt -> sodium chloridesea water -> watersebacic esters silber salts, generally (see exact media) silicium dioxide -> silicic acidssilicon oil/ -fat Skydrol -> hydraulic fluid, phosphoric esterssoap suds -> detergentssoda ash -> sodium carbonatesoda lye -> sodium hydroxidesodium acetate, aqueous sodium bi. -> sodium hydrogen.
sodium bromide sodium sulfate, aqueous (Glauber´s salt) stone salt (halite) -> sodium chloridestyrene sulfur dioxide -> sulfuric acidsulfur trioxide (sulfur acid anhydride) tetrachlorocarbonates -> chloromethanestetrachloroethane transformer oil -> oiltributyl phosphate trichloromethanes -> chloromethanestricresyl phosphate trisodium phosphates -> sodium phosphatesturpentine water vapor (steam) -> waterwater, de-ionized -> waterwater, demineralized -> waterwater, distilled -> waterwater, mineral water -> water white oil -> paraffinwhite spirits -> gasolinewine

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