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SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

United States Production 
and Sales, 1984 

(Investigation No. 332-135) 

PUBLIC LIBBA"!, 



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USITC PUBLICATION 1745 




Unit«d States International Trade Commission / Washington, D.C. 20436 



RECENT REPORTS OF THE UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE 
COMMISSION ON SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 776, 1976), $3.20 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 804, 1977), $3.10 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 833, 1977), $5.25 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 920, 1978), $6.25 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 1001, 1979), $7.50 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 1099, 1980), $8.00 
Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 1183, 1981), $8.00 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 1292, 1982), $8.50 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 1422, 1983), $7.50 
♦Synthetic Organic Chemicals, United States 

(USITC Publication 1588, 1984), $9.50 



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Note. — The reports preceded by an asterisk (♦) are out of print. The other 
reports listed above may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. 
Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. All U.S. International Trade 
Commission reports reproduced by the Government Printing Office may be consulted in 
the official depository libraries throughout the United States. 



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GOV£«KMtf<ioa;u»*..»j^ Lv,u^ij;ijy statbs imtbrmatioiial trade commissioh 

WASHIHGTOH, DC 20436 

JUL I 9 1985 



s.o.c. 

Series C/P-85-2 



For Release 
June 20, 1985 



PRELIMINARY REPORT ON U.S. PRODUCTION OF SELECTED SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS (INCLUDING SYNTHETIC 
PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS) JANUARY THRU MARCH, AND CUMULATIVE TOTALS 1985 

The Chemicals and synthetic plastics and resin materials covered in this report were selected, with the advice 
and assistance of industry and Government representatives, on the basis of their economic importance, seasonality, 
and specified uses. For the purpose of this report, production is defined as the sum of the quantities of each 
listed item made (a) for consumption in the producing plant, (b) for transfer to other plants of the same company, 
(c) for sale, and (d) produced under toll agreement. ' Figures are reported on a 100 percent content basis unless 
otherwise specified. Where applicable, the statistics include data for materials produced by tar distillers, 
petroleum refiners, and coke-oven operators. 



This report was prepared by Mrs. Sharon Greenfield (202-523-0456). 



UNIT OF 
QUANTITY 



PRODUCTION 



JANUARY THRU MARCH 
1985^ 



CUMULATIVE 
TOTAL, JAN. 
MAR.. 1984 



TAR AND TAR CRUDES 



Creosote Oil (Dead Oil); Distillate 
as such (100% creosote basis) 



BENZENOID CRUDES 

Benzene, (Benzol) (all grades) 

Toluene, (all uses) 

Xylene, (all uses) 

ALIPHATIC CRUDES 



Alpha olefins (C^ and higher) 

1,3-Butadiene (grade for rubber) 

Ethylene 

Isobutylene (2-Methylpropene) 

Propylene: 

Total: 

Chemical and polymer grades (90-100%) 

Other grades (38-89.9%) 

CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 



-1,000 gallons- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



-1,000 pounds- 

do 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 



Aniline 

Chlorobenzene, mono 

Cresylic acid and cresols (including 

mixtures) 

Cumene 

Cyclohexane 

Ethylbenzene 

4 ,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol (Bis- 

phenol A)- 

Phenol , synthetic 

Phthalic anhydride 

Styrene, monomer 

Terephthalic acid, dimethyl ester ^ 

Toluene 2,4- and 2,6-diisocyanate 

(80/20 mixtures) 

o-Xylene 

p-Xylene 



-do- 
-do- 

-do- 
-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



do 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



ORGAMIC PIGMENTS 



Pigment Yellow 12, C.I. 
Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 



21090- 
21095- 



— do- 
--do- 



18,754 



320,627 
160,391 
164,499 



301,729 

591,467 

7,359,205 

250,128 

3,650,999 

3,06 7,204 

583,795 



190,483 
63,481 

24,244 

961,027 

465,921 

1,904,400 

198,696 

778,625 

208,481 

1,601,702 

1,642,997 

261,530 

173,237 

1,117,929 



3,041 
754 



20,559 



337,594 
260,936 
216,410 



310,164 

581,622 

7,904,806 



3,562,191 

3,140,255 

421,936 



163,242 
67,218 

31,108 

842,361 

571,986 

2,022,095 

194,174 

742,820 

220,940 

1,767,150 

1,582,884 

180,664 

208,977 

1,089.525 



3,028 
898 



ORGANIC PIGMKMTS— Continued 



Pigment Blue 15, all forms, C.I. 74160 

Pigment Red 49:1, barium toner, C.I. 15630- 

Pigment Red 53:1, (barium), C.I. 15585 

Pigment Red 57:1, calcium toner, C.I. 15850- 

MEDICINALS AND CHEMICALS (BULK) 



Acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin)- 
Choline chloride, all grades — 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 



Phenolic and other tar acid resins 

Polyamide resins, nylon type 

Polyether and polyester polyols for urethanes- 
Polyethylene and copolymers: 

LDPE (Specific gravity 0.940 and below)" 

HOPE (Specific gravity over 0.940) 

Polypropylene 

Polyvinyl chloride and copolymers 

Styrene polymers and copolymers: 

ABS resins 

Other (including SAN resins) 



ELASTOMERS 



Butadiene-styrene (S-type) 

Ethylene-propylene (include copolymer 

and terpolymer) 

Polybutadiene (solution polymerized)-- 

PLASTICIZERS 



Diisodecyl phthalate- 
Dioctyl phthalate 



MISCELLANEOUS END-USE CHEMICALS 
AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 



Acrylonitrile polymers and copolymer 

for fiber 

Methyl-t-butyl ether 

Nylon 6 and 6/6 polymer for fiber 

Polyethylene terephthalate 



MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC & 
ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



Acetic acid 

Acetone 

Acrylic acid 

Acrylonitrile 

Alcohols, Ci2 and higher (detergent range)- 
2-Butoxyethanol (Ethylene glycol monobutyl 

monobutyl ether) 

n-Butyl alcohol 

Capro lactam (2-Oxohexamethylenimine) 

Diethylene glycol 

Ethanolamines (Mono-, di., & tri-) 

Ethyl acetate (100%) 



UNIT OF 
QUANTITY 



1,000 pounds— 
do 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



PRODUCTION 



JANUARY THRU MARCH 
1985 2 



2,832 
1,541 
1,225 
1,669 



8,121 
13,435 



358,167 

75,905 

1,964,801 

2,046,895 
1,640,115 
1,361,923 
1,749,856 

379,251 
1,141,561 



339,016 



119,423 
162,268 



35,739 
70,059 



151,917 
358,912 
482,453 
647,624 



669,838 
494,332 
165,896 
535.353 
198,430 

58,249 
174,411 
304,382 
121,552 
147,519 

47,601 



CUMULATIVE 
TOTAL, JAN.- 
MAS.. 1984 



3,345 
1,651 
1,388 



8,066 
13,048 



384,158 
84,011 



2,093,172 
1,616,707 
1,240,934 
1,716,309 

306,169 
1,178,939 



MISCELLAMKOUS CYCLIC & ACYCLIC 
CHKMICALS — Continued 

Ethyl alcohol, synthetic only, for non- 
beverage purposes 

2-Ethyl-l-hexanol 

Ethylene glycol 

Ethylene oxide 

Formaldehyde (37% by weight) 

Halogenated hydrocarbons: 

Carbon tetrachloride 

Chlorodif luoromethane (F-22) 

Chloroform (Trichloromethane) 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) 

Dichlorodif luoromethane (F-12) 

Ethyl chloride (Chloroethane) 

Ethylene dichloride 

Methylene chloride (Dichloromethane) 

Perchloroethylene (Tetrachloroethylene) 

1,1,1-Trichloroethane (Methylchloroform) — 

Trichlorof luoromethane (F-11) 

Vinyl chloride, monomer (Chloroethylene) — 

Isobutyl alcohol (Isopropylcarbinol) 

Isopropyl alcohol 

Maleic anhydride 

Methanol (synthetic) 

Methyl ethyl ketone (2-Butanone) 

Methyl methacrylate 

Pentaerythritol 

Propylene glycol 

Vinyl acetate, monomer 



UNIT OF 
QUANTITY 



•1,000 pounds- 
do 



-do 

-do 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



-do- 
-do- 
-do- 



PRODUCTION 



JANUARY THRU MARCH 
1985^ 



204,697 

116,252 

1,119,676 

1,416,272 

1,428.730 

172,258 

68,937 

100.705 

95,700 

78,266 

56,111 

3,365,540 

113,331 

127,785 

134.812 

38,158 

1,827,560 

68,034 

243,213 

99,268 

1,447,401 

130,180 

223,931 

32,841 

125,473 

530,575 



CUMULATIVE 
TOTAL , JAN . , - 
MAR.. 1984 



344,459 

136,535 

1,342,876 

1,602,903 

1,391,156 

169,278 

52,950 

104.456 

93.112 

64.522 

82.999 

3.424.971 

140,267 

128.335 

178.433 

39.840 

1.880.138 

306,673 

83,042 

2,059,432 

150,957 

29,717 
108,376 
521,301 



1 



'A Toll agreement is an agreement between two firms, under which one firm furnishes the raw materials and pays the 
processing cost and the other firm prepares the finished product and returns it to the first firm. ^Data for these 
chemicals may be partially estimated either by the staff of the Energy and Chemicals Division or by the reporting 
company, therefore, this column does not necessarily indicate actual production data for this month. 
^The figures for terephthalic acid (DMT) are intended to include both the acid itself and the dimethyl ester without 
double counting. The acid figures are multipled by the factor 1.16 to convert them to equivalent DMT. ''LDPE 
includes homopolymers of ethylene, copolymers containing 50 percent or more of ethylene, as well as linear low 
density polyethylene, LLDPE. 

Note.- Data contained in this report are compiled primarily from Commission's questionnaires sent to domestic 
producers and represent the best data available to the Commission. While the data supplied in the questionnaires 
are checked against data previously supplied by the submitting firm and with data supplied by other domestic 
producers, data are not independently vertified by direct Commission examination of the books of companies 
furnishing information. Data contained in this report should not be used for investment and other purposes without 
independent verification. 

Note. — Schedule of release date for subsequent monthly "C/P" reports: 

Data for: Will be mailed: 



April thru June 
July thru September 
October thru December 



August 1985 
November 1985 
February 1986 



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UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION • Office of the Secretary • Washington. D.C. 20436 



FOR RELEASE \ CONTACT: JAMES A. EMANUEL 

October 31, 1985 qj- ^ (202) 523-0334 

O \9p^ \ KENNETH R. KOZEL 

\^^^ \ (202) 523-0054 



USITC 85-084 



UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION RELEASES REPORT ON PRODUCTION 
AND SALES OF SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS FOR 1984 



Today the U.S. International Trade Commission released a report 
indicating that the combined production of all synthetic organic chemicals, 
tars, and primary products from petroleum and natural gas in 1984 amounted to 
338,025 million pounds, or 3.0 percent more than the output in 1983. Sales of 
these materials in 1984, which totaled 179,082 million pounds, valued at 
$65,535 million, were 3.4 percent larger than in 1983 in terms of quantity and 
9.5 percent larger in terms of value. These figures include data measured at 
several successive steps in the manufacturing process, and therefore, they 
necessarily reflect some duplication. 

The report, which is 68th in an annual series, covers about 6,000 
individual chemicals and chemical products and presents statistics in as great 
detail as is possible without revealing the operation of individual 
producers. The report was prepared from data supplied by approximately 762 
primary manufacturers and includes a list of manufacturers of each item for 
which production and/or sales were reported. 

Copies of the Commission's report, which is entitled Synthetic OrRanic 
Chemicals. United States Production and Sales. 1984 (USITC Publication No. 
1745) may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. 



UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



United States Production 
And Sales, 1984 



U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON: 1985 



USITC PUBLICATION 1745 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. GoTernment Printing Office 
"Wnshlneton. D.C. 20402 



UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION 



COMMISSIONERS 

Paula Stern, Chairwoman 
Susan W. Liebeler, Vice Chairman 
Alfred E. Eckes 
Seeley G. Lodwlck 
David B. Rohr 



OFFICE OF INDUSTRIES 
Erland Heginbotham, Director 



This report was prepared principally by Edmund Cappuccilli, Kenneth Conant III, 
Cynthia B. Foreso, Jesse Lawrence Johnson, Eric Land, Edward Matusik, 
David G. Michels, Elizabeth R. Nesbith, James Raftery, Edward J. Taylor, and 
Steve Wanser. 

Assistance in the preparation of the report was provided by Mildred C. Higgs, 
Brenda Carroll, Sharon Greenfield, Kenneth Kozel, Patricia Thomas, 
Wanda Tolson, and Patsy Vogel. Automatic Data Processing input was provided 
by Barbara Bobbitt, James Gill, and Marie Jagannathan. 



Address all communications to 
Kenneth R. Mason, Secretary to the Commission 
United States International Trade Commission 
Washington, DC 20436 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Introduction ^ 

Stimmary ^ 

General ^ 

Section I. Tar and tar crudes: 

Statistical highlights ^ 

Production and sales statistics 9 

Section II. Primary products from petroleum and natural 
gas for chemical conversion: 

Statistical highlights 13 

Production and sales statistics 15 

Section III. Cyclic intermediates: 

Statistical highlights 23 

Production and sales statistics 25 

Section IV. Dyes: 

Statistical highlights 51 

Production and sales statistics 53 

Section V. Organic pigments: 

Statistical highlights 83 

Production and sales statistics 85 

Section VI. Medicinal chemicals: 

Statistical highlights 95 

Production and sales statistics 97 

Section VII. Flavor and perfume materials: 

Statistical highlights 117 

Production and sales statistics 119 

Section VIII. Plastics and resin materials: 

Statistical highlights 133 

Production and sales statistics 135 

Section IX. Rubber-processing chemicals: 

Statistical highlights 1*7 

Production and sales statistics 1*9 

111 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Sextion X. Elastomers: 

Statistical highlights 157 

Production and sales statistics 159 

Section XI. Plasticizers: 

Statistical highlights 163 

Production and sales statistics 165 

Section XII. Surface-active agents: 

Statistical highlights 173 

Production and sales statistics 174 

Section XIII. Pesticides and related products: 

Statistical highlights 219 

Production and sales statistics 221 

Section XIV. Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical 
production: 

Statistical highlights 233 

Production and sales statistics 235 

Section XV. Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals: 

Statistical highlights 251 

Production and sales statistics 253 

APPENDIX 

Directory of manufacturers 305 

Cyclic intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names 321 



INTRODUCTION 

This is the 68th annual report of the U.S. International Trade Commission on domestic production 
and sales of synthetic organic chemicals and the raw materials from which they are made. The report 
consists of 15 sections, each covering a specified group (based principally on use) of organic 
chemicals as follows: Tar and tar crudes; primary products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical 
conversion; cyclic intermediates; dyes; organic pigments; medicinal chemicals; flavor and perfume 
materials; plastics and resin materials; rubber-processing chemicals; elastomers; plasticizers; 
surface-active agents; pesticides and related products; miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical 
products; and miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals. Data have been supplied by approximately 762 
producers . 

Each of the 15 sections is headed by a summary of the statistical data. The first table in each 
section gives statistics on products and groups of products in as great detail as is possible without 
revealing the operations of individual producers. Statistics for an individual chemical or group of 
chemicals are given only when there are three or more producers, no one or two of which may be 
predominant. Moreover, even When there are three or more producers, statistics are not given if there 
is any possibility that their publication would violate the statutory provisions relating to unlawful 
disclosure of information accepted in confidence by the Commission. 

Data are reported by producers for only those items where the volume of production or sales or 
value of sales exceeds certain minimums. Those minimuras for all sections are 5,000 pounds of 
production or sales or $5,000 of value of sales with the following exceptions: Plastics and resin 
materials--50,000 pounds or $50,000; pigments, medicinal chemicals, flavor and perfume materials, and 
rubber-processing chemicals — 1,000 pounds or $1,000. They are usually given in terms of undiluted 
materials; however, products of 95 percent or greater purity are considered to be 100 percent pure. 
Commercial concentrations are applicable for dyes, certain plastics and resins, and a few solvents; 
such concentrations are specifically noted. 

The statistics given in this report include data from all known domestic producers of the items 
covered and include the total output of each company's plants, i.e., the quantities produced for 
consumption within the producing plant, as well as the quantities produced for domestic and foreign 
sale. The quantities reported as produced, therefore, generally exceed the quantities reported as 
sold. Some of these differences, however, are attributable to changes in inventory. 

The second table in each section lists all items for which data on production or sales have been 
reported, by primary manufacturers, identified by manufacturers' codes. Each code consists of not more 
than three capital letters and is assigned on a permanent basis. 

The third table in each section is a directory, alphabetized by the codes of the manufacturers 
reporting in that section. 

Table 1 of the Appendix is a directory, alphabetized by the names of the manufacturers reporting 
in all sections and which includes their general corporate phone numbers and office addresses. 

Table 2 of the Appendix lists synonymous names for cyclic intermediates. Information on 
synonymous names of the organic chemicals included in this report may be found in the SOCMA Handbook: 
Cammevaial Organic Chemical Homes, published by the Chemical Abstracts Service of the American Chemical 
Society, or the Colour Index (Revised Third Edition), published jointly by the Society of Dyes and 
Colourists and the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. 

Data contained in this report are compiled primarily from Commission's questionnaires sent to 
domestic producers and represent the best data available to the Commission. While the data supplied in 
the questionnaires are checked against data previously supplied by the submitting firm and with data 
supplied by other domestic producers, data are not independently verified by direct Commission 
examination of the books of companies furnishing information. Data contained in this report should not 
be used for investment and other purposes without independent verification. 

As specified in the reporting instructions sent to manufacturers, production and sales (unless 
otherwise specified) are defined as follows: 

PRODUCTION is the total quantity of a commodity made available 
by ORIGINAL MANVFACTVBERS ONLY within the customs territory 
of the United States (includes the SO States, the District 
of Columbia, and Puerto Rico). It covers synthetic organic 
chemicals, specified crudes from petroleum and ooal tar, and 
certain chemically described natural products, such as, 
alkaloids, enzymes, and perfume isolates. It is the sum — 
expressed in terms of 100% active ingredient unless other- 
wise specified in the reporting instructions — of the quan- 
tities: 
Produced, separated, and consumed in the same plant or 

establishment. A commodity is considered separated 

either when it is isolated from the reactive system 

or when it is not isolated, but weighed, analyzed, 

or otherwise measured. This includes byproducts 

and co-products that are not classifiable as waste 

materials; 



18 U.S.C. § 1905 and 4* U.S.C. § 3508. 



IflTROD'JCTION 



Pvoduced and not isolated, but directly converted to 
a finished or semifinished item not included in 
this report (e.g., polyester film, polyui'-ethar.e 
tires, nylon fiber, bar soap, etc.). (See specific 
instructions in individual sections) ; 

Produced and transferred to other plants or establish- 
ments of the same firm or 100% owned subsidiaries 
or affiliates; 

Produced and sold to, or bartered with, other firms 
(including less than 100% owned subsidiaries); 

Produced for others under toll agreements (see gen- 
eral instructions); 

Produced and held in stock. 

PRODUCTION EXCLUDES : 

Purification of a commodity , which is purchased by, or 
transferred from within, the company, unless inclusion 
of such processing is specifically requested in the 
reporting instructions for individual sections; 

Intermediate products which are formed in the manufact- 
uring process, but are not isolated from the reaction 
system — that is, not weighed, analyzed, or otherwise 
measured; except such products as described above as 
being produced and not isolated, but directly converted 
to a finished or semifinished item. 

Materials that are used in the process but which are 
recovered for re-use or sale; 

Waste products having no economic significance. 

SALES are actual quantities of commodities sold by ORIGINAL 

MANUFACTURERS ONLY . Sales include the quantity and value of: 

Shipments of a commodity for domestic use or for 

export, or segregation in a warehouse when title 

has passed to the purchaser in a bona fide sale; 

Shipments of a commodity produced for you by others 

under toll agreement; 
Shipments to subsidiary or affiliated companies , pro- 
vided the ownership is less than 100%. 

SALES EXCLUDES : 

All intra-company transfers within a corporate entity; 
All shipments to 100% owned subsidiary or affiliated 

companies; 
All resales of imported or purchased material, including 

materials obtained by barter; 
All shipments of commodity produced for others under 

toll agreements. 

VALUE OF SALES is the net dollar receipts of sales f.o.b. 
plant or warehouse, or delivered. F.o.b. values are pre- 
ferred, but if they are not readily available from your 
records, delivered values are acceptable. 



SUMMARY 



Combined production of all synthetic organic chemicals, tar, and primary products from petroleum and natural gas 
in 1984 was 338,025 million pounds — an increase of 3.0 percent from the output in 1983 (table 1). Sales of these 
materials in 1984, which totaled 179,061 million pounds, valued at t65,535 million, were 3.4 percent larger than in 
1983 in terms of quantity and 9.S percent larger in terms of value. These figures include data on production and 
sales of chemicals measured at several successive steps in the manufacturing process, and, therefore, they necessarily 
reflect some duplication. 

In 1984, production of all synthetic organic chemicals, including cyclic intermediates and finished products 
totaled 225,215 million pounds, or 4.8 percent more than the output in 1983. Eleven sections showed an increase in 
production in 1984 over 1983. Medicinal chemicals (279 million pounds) increased by 19.5 percent; pesticides and 
related products (1,189 million pounds) increased by 17.0 percent; elastomers (synthetic rubber) (4,609 million 
pounds) increased by 14.9 percent; miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products (23,731 million pounds) 
increased by 12.2 percent; organic pigments (86 million pounds) increased by 9.8 percent; plastics and resins 
materials (48,255 million pounds) increased by 9.0 percent; surface-active agents (5,519 pounds million increased by 
8.9 percent; cyclic intermediates (47,052 million pounds) increased by 8.6 percent; plasticizers (1,788 million 
pounds) increased by 4.5 percent; flavor and perfume materials (179 million pounds) increased by 2.7 percent; of the 
remaining sections, dyes (233 million pounds) showed a decrease in 1984 of 4.8 percent from that in 1983; rubber- 
processing chemicals (288 million pounds) decreased 1.7 percent, and miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals 
(92,009 million pounds) decreased 1.4 percent. 



TABLE 1. 



-SyHTHKTIC ORGANIC CHEMICIALS AND THEIR RAH MATERIALS: 
PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1983 AND 1984 



U.S. 



PRODUCTION 



Increase 

or 

Decrease 

(-),1984 

over 

1983 ' 



QUANTITY 



Increase 

or 

Decrease 

(-),1984 

over 

1983^ 



Increase 

or 

Decrease 

(-),1984 

over 

1983' 



Grand total 

Tar 

Primary products from petroleum 
and natural gas 

Synthetic organic chemicals, 

total^ 

Cyclic intermediates 

Dyes 

Organic pigments 

Medicinal chemicals 

Flavor and perfume materials- 
Plastics and resin materials- 
Rubber-processing chemicals — 
Elastomer (synthetic rubber)- 

Plasticizers 

Surface-active agents 

Pesticides and related product 
Miscellaneous end-use chem- 
icals and chemical products 
Miscellaneous cyclic and 

acyclic chemicals 



Million 
pounds 



Mil lion 
pounds 



Peraent 



Million 
pounds 



173,171 



Million 
pounds 



■■Peraent 



Mi I lion 
dol laps 



Mil lion 
dol lars 



Percent 



3,603 



214.928 



1,884 
53,480 



2,223 
51,178 



18.0 
-4.3 



270 
8,257 

51,333 



311 
8,256 

56^968 



43,320 

244 

78 

233 

174 

44,281 

293 

4,013 

1,710 

5,068 

1,017 

21,149 



47,052 

233 

86 

279 

179 

48,255 

288 

4,609 

1,788 

5,519 

1,189 

23,731 



-4.8 

9.8 

19.5 



18,802 

234 

69 

148 

111 

38,075 

203 

2,688 

1,597 

3,030 

1,017 

12,703 



19,957 

221 

76 

152 

115 

40,751 

176 

2,686 

1,685 

3,433 

1,108 

14,931 



6.1 
-5.7 



17.5 
3.2 



6,599 
728 
422 

1,410 

345 

18,371 

312 

2,196 
775 

1,464 

4,054 

3,330 
11,326 



6,930 
691 
493 

1,369 

637 

20,923 

287 

2,266 
849 

1,874 

4,730 

3,834 



15.2 
-0.1 



11.0 
5.0 



84.7 
13.9 
-8.3 
3.2 
9.5 
28.0 
16.7 



15.1 



' Percentage calculated from figures rounded to thousands. 

^ Because of rounding, figures may not add to the totals shown. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 198t) 
GENERAL 



In this report, synthetic organic chemicals are classified on the basis of their principal use as follows: 
Cyclic Intermediates, dyes, organic pigments, medicinal chemicals, flavor and perfume materials, plastics and 
resin materials, rubber-processing chemicals, elastomers (synthetic rubber), plasticizers, surface-active agents, 
pesticides and related products, miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products, and miscellaneous cyclic 
and acyclic chemicals. Most of these groups are further subdivided either by use or by chemical composition. As 
intermediates, chemicals are used in the manufacture of finished products, aggregate figures that cover both 
intermediates and finished products necessarily include considerable duplication. 

Total production of synthetic organic chemicals (intermediates and finished products combined) in 1984 was 
225,215 million pounds, or 4.8 percent more than the output of 214,928 million pounds reported for 1983, and 
115.1 percent more than the output of 104,711 million pounds reported in 1967 (see table 2). Sales of synthetic 
organic chemicals in 1984 amounted to 125,659 million pounds, valued at $56,968 million, compared with 117,807 
million pounds, valued at $51,333 million, in 1983, and 55,177 million pounds, valued at $10,438 million. In 
196 7. Production of all cyclic products (intermediates and finished products combined) in 1984 totaled 72,927 
million pounds, or 8.3 percent more than the 67,362 million pounds reported for 1983, and 133.9 percent more than 
the 31,182 million pounds reported for 1967; however, the transfer of eight items, in 1979 from the primary 
products from petroleum and natural gas section to the section on cyclic intermediates has caused the output of 
cyclic products to appear much higher in relation to 196 7 than would otherwise have resulted. Production of all 
acyclic products In 1984 totaled 147,678 million pounds, or 2.9 percent more than the 143,553 million pounds 
reported for 1983, and 111.9 percent more than the 69,707 million pounds reported for 1967. 

TABLE 2.— SyNTHBTIC ORCAHIC CHEMICALS: SUMMASY OF U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES 
OP INTERMEDIATES AND FINISHED PRODUCTS, 1967, 1983, AND 1984 

(Production and sales in thousands of pounds; sales value in thousands of dollars) 



Increase or 
Decrease (-) 



1984 OVER 
1967 



1984 OVER 
1983 



Organic chemicals, cyclic and acyclic, 
grand total: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Cyclic, total:^ 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic, total: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

1. Cyclic Intermediates 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

2. Dyes 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

3. Organic Pigments 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

4. Medicinal Chemicals 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 



104,711,357 
55,176,823 
10,438,453 



31,181,832 

17,388,529 

4,170,713 



69,706,980 

34,526,250 

5,393,503 



20,793,132 
9,461,180 
1,000,359 



206,240 
198,592 
332,049 



5:3, J22 

42,867 

108,354 



110,129 

70,120 

348,873 

69,941 
56,804 
36,402 



214,928,145 

117,806,657 

51,333,184 



67,362,356 
36,439,627 
22,929,674 



143,552,759 
78,678,615 
26,207,931 



43,320,256 

18,802,500 

6,599,222 



244,206 
233,780 
728,138 



77,980 

69,334 

422,434 



174,918 

97,601 

1,282,049 

58,191 

50,339 

128,019 



225,214,940 
125,676,661 
56,925,687 



72,927,149 
38.791,816 
25,608,446 



147,678,486 
84,199,037 
29,050,916 



47,051,869 

19,956,652 

6,930,243 



232,615 
220,520 
690,808 



85,664 

76,154 

492,954 



223,730 
108,357 
,240,696 

54,910 

44,091 

128,739 



115.1 
127.8 
445.4 



133.9 
123.1 
514.0 



111. 
143. 
438. 



126.3 
110.9 
592.8 



12.8 

11.0 

108.0 



60.6 

77.6 

355.0 



6.5 
11.7 



2.9 

7.0 

10.8 



8.6 
6.1 
5.0 



-21.5 
-22.4 
253.7 



9.8 

9.8 

16.7 



27.9 
11.0 
-3.2 

-5.6 

-12.4 

0.6 



Sea footnotes at end of table. 



GENERAL 



TABLB 2.— SyNTHBTIC ORGAHIC CHKMICALS: SUIQlASy OF U.S. PRODUCTIOH AID SALES OF 
IHTRBMBDIATBS AHD FINISHED PRODUCTS, 1967, 1983, and 1984 — COHTIHUED 



(Production and sales in thousands of pounds: sales value in thousands of dollars) 



Increase or 
Decrease (-) 



1984 OVER 
196 7 



S. FlavorB and Perfume Mate-Hals 

Cyclic: 

Production-^ 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

S. Plastics and Resin Materials 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

7. Rubber-Prooessing Chemiaals 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

8. Elastomers (Synthetic Rubber) 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

9. Plasticizers 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

10. Surface-Active Agents 

Cyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sales value 



57,978 
47,285 
52,866 

53,558 
49,311 
40,495 



5,033,497 
4,224,121 
1,036,940 

8,759,452 
7,753,242 
1,635,690 



220,139 
169,970 
116,318 

43,994 
30,878 
15,477 



3,822,545 

3,262,044 

874,237 



929,871 
865,084 
167,827 

332,908 

296,767 

93,142 



1,418,444 

852,238 

95,810 

2,060,851 
897,786 
220,877 



90,693 

67,115 

281,169 

83,301 
44,051 
63,589 



13,151,401 

11,117,910 

7,458,587 

31,129,411 
26,957,125 
10,912,316 



246,050 
162,528 
279,164 

46,470 
40,495 
33,143 



4,013,030 
2,688,415 
2,195,579 



1,280,190 

1,231,593 

518,289 

429,893 
365,018 
257,068 



2,198,746 

1,672,720 

557,046 

2,869,646 

1,357,452 

907,265 



113,913 

83,287 

581,613 

64,806 
31,422 
55,189 



14,331,668 

11,899,168 

8,494,591 

33,923,108 
28,851,408 
12,428,047 



259,777 
153,960 
260,701 

27,802 
21,949 
25,808 



4,609,305 
2,685,808 
2,266,325 



1,338,362 

1,307,210 

577,694 

449,166 
377,997 
271,083 



2,409,849 

1,843,375 

790,721 

3,109,332 
1,589,835 
1,083,626 



76.1 
1000 . 2 

21.0 

-36.3 

36.3 



184.7 
181.7 
719.2 

287.3 
272.1 
659. 8 



18.0 

-9.4 

124.1 

-36.8 

-28.9 

66.8 



-17. 
159. 



51.1 
244.2 



(. ) 
( > 
( ) 

(') 
(J 
( ) 



See footnotes at end of table. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



TABU 2.~BniTHSTIC OBOUnC CHXKICALS: SUiaUKY OF U.S. PRODUCTION tSD SALBS OP 
IHTBBMBDIATBS AJTO PIHISHBD PHODUCTS, 1967, 1983, AHD 1984 — COniHUBD 

(Production and sales In thousands of pounds: sales value in thousand of dollars) 



Increase or 
Decrease (-) 



1984 OVER 
1967 



1984 OVER 
1983 



11.. Pesticides and Related Products 

Cyclic: 

Product l,on 

Sales 

Sales value 

Acyclic: 

Production 

Sales 

Sale value 



12. 



Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals 
and Chemical Product 



Cyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



12. 



Miscellaneous Cyclic and 
Acyclic Chemicals 



Cyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 
Acyclic: 

Production — 

Sales 

Sales value- 



823,158 
681,532 
627,742 

226,505 
215,831 
159,301 



(1,535,922) 
(775,540) 
(283,575) 

(58,159,771) 

(25,225,631) 

(3,192,119) 



(=) 
(5) 
(=) 

(=) 
(=) 
(=) 



710,922 

727,864 

3,047,703 

305,622 

289,097 

1,006,225 



3,342,791 
880,419 
700,102 

17,806.511 

11,822,941 

2,629,693 



2,524,203 
1,376,263 
1,055,771 

90,823,714 
37,752,097 
10,270,613 



842,703 

809,033 

3,556,700 

346,466 

298,873 

1,173,611 



3,484,611 

1,089,144 

901,196 

20,246,332 

13,842,307 

2,932,471 



2,552,388 
1,244,956 
1,090,529 

89,456,564 
39,141,155 
10,952,342 



18.7 
466.6 



(5) 
(^) 
(5) 

(^) 
(=) 
(5) 



(^) 
(=) 
(=) 

(=) 

(5) 



18.5 
11.2 
16.7 

13.4 

3.4 

16.6 



4.2 
23.7 
28.7 

13.7 
17.1 
11.5 



1.1 

-9.5 

3.3 



'standard reference base period for Federal Government general-purpose index numbers. 

^Does not include data for elastomers. 

'includes ligninsulfonates. 

■The data for 196 7 are not comparable with current data as a result of a change in accounting procedures. 

^Items in these two sections were previously included in the section named miscellaneous chemicals. 



The following tabulation shows, by chemical groups, the number of companies that reported production in 1984 
of one or more of the chemicals included in the groups listed in table 2: 



Chemical Group 

Cyclic intermediates 

Dyes 

Organic pigments 

Medicinal chemicals 

Flavor and perfume materials-- 
Plastics and resins materials- 
Rubber-processing chemicals 



Number 

°f . 
Companies 

181 

34 



Chemical Group 

Elastomers (synthetic rubber) 

Plastic izers 

Surface-active agents 

Pesticides and related products 

Miscellaneous end-use chemicals and 
chemicals products 

Miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic 
chemicals 



Number 
of 



I -- TAR AND TAR CRUDES 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Cynthia B. Foreso 
202-523-1230 

TAR 

Coal tar is produced chiefly by the steel industry as a by-product of 
the manufacture of coke; water-gas tar and oil-gas tar are produced by the 
fuel-gas industry. Production of coal tar, therefore, depends on the demand 
for steel; production of water-gas tar and oil-gas tar reflects the 
consumption of manufactured gas for industrial and household use. Water-gas 
and oil-gas tars have properties intermediate between those of petroleum 
asphalts and coal tar. Petroleum asphalts are not usually considered to be 
raw materials for chemicals. 

The quantity of coal tar produced in the United States in 1984 amounted 
to 343 million gallons (table 1). Production in 1984 was 21 percent more than 
the 284 million gallons of coal tar produced in 1983. Sales of coal tar in 
1984 amounted to 275 million gallons, compared with 234 million gallons in 
1983. U.S. production of water-gas and oil-gas tars was not reported to the 
Commission for 1983 and 1984; production of these tars in 1968 amounted to 21 
million gallons, according to trade publications. 

TAR CRUDES 

Tar crudes are obtained from coke-oven gas and by distilling coal tar, 
water-gas tar, and oil-gas tar. The most important tar crudes are benzene, 
toluene, xylene, creosote oil, and pitch of tar. Some of these products are 
identical with those obtained from petroleum. Data for materials obtained 
from petroleum are included, for the most part, with the statistics for like 
materials obtained from coke-oven gas and tars, and are shown in tables 1 

The domestic production by coke-oven operators of industrial and 
specification grades of benzene, toluene, and xylene cannot be published since 
to do so would disclose the operations of individual companies. However, the 
1984 benzene production by petroleum refiners amounted to 1.3 billion 
gallons. The output of toluene from petroleum refiners (including material 
used for blending in aviation fuel) totaled 728 million gallons in 1984; and 
the refiners' output of xylene (including that produced for blending in motor 
fuels) totaled 854 million gallons. 

Production figures for road tar for 1984 cannot be published; however, 
production of tar for use other than as a road tar was 151 million gallons in 
1984. 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEFIICALS. 1984 



Some of the products obtained from tar and Included in the statistics 
in table 1 are obtained from other products for which data are also included 
in the table. The statistics, therefore, involve considerable duplication, 
and for this reason no group totals or grand totals are given. 

Data for 1984 tar crudes were supplied by 27 companies and company 
divisions. 



I " TAR AND TAR CRUDES 

TABLE 1.— TAR AHD TAR CRUDES; U.S. PRODUCTION AlfD SALES, 1964 

[Listed below are all tar crudes for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. 
Table 2 lists all products for which data on production and/or sales were reported and identifies the 
manufacturers of each] 



TAR AND TAR CRUDES 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE' 



Coal tar:* Coke-oven operators 

Crude light oil: ' Coke-oven operators 
Intermediate light oil: Coke-oven 

operators 

Light-oil distillates: 

Benzene, all grades, total'' 

Coke-oven operators 

Petroleum refiners' 

Toluene, all grades, total 

Coke-oven operator 

Petroleum refiners' 

Xylene, all grades, total*" 

Coke-oven operators 

Petroleum refiners 

Naphthalene , crude 

Creosote oil (Dead oil) (100% creosote 
basis) : 
Distillate as such (100% creosote 

basis) 

Creosote in coal tar solution (100% 

solution basis) 

Tar, for uses other than road tar 

Pitch of tar: hard 



1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal 

1,000 gal- 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 

1,000 Ibs- 



1,000 gal— 

1,000 gal- 
1,000 gal- 
1,000 tons- 



342,451 
98,975 

2,841 

(5) 

(5) 

1,317,782 

(5) 

(5) 

728,060 

(5) 

(5) 

854,005 

(5) 



40,785 

150,641 

787 



274,538 
84,222 

441 

(5) 

(5) 
644,913 

(5) 

(5) 
568,880 

(5) 

(5) 
377,447 

(S) 



30,352 

30,921 

175,045 

664 



1,000 
dollars 

200,413 
64,009 

260 

(5) 
(5) 

874,067 

(5) 

(5) 

629,601 

(5) 

(5) 

418,851 
(5) 



26,448 
135,452 
176,025 



$0.73 



(S) 

(5) 

1.36 

(5) 

(5) 

1.11 

(5) 

(5) 

1.11 



.77 
265.10 



'Unit value per gallon pound, or ton as specified. 

2 Data reported to the Energy Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy (Quarterly Coal Report, 
January-March 1985). Data on U.S. production of water-gas tar and oil-gas tar are not collected by the U.S. 
International Trade Commission, but, according to trade publications, production of these tars amounted to 21 
million gallons in 1968. 

3 Data reported by tar distillers are not included because publication would disclose the operations of 
Individual companies. 

•♦Includes data for material produced for use in blending motor fuels. The annual production statistics for 
petroleum refiners on benzene, toluene, and xylene are not comparable with the combined monthly production 
figures because of fiscal year revisions. 

s Statistics cannot be published; to do so would disclose the operations of individual companies. 

'Benzene, specification grades (1°,2°). 

'Sales data for Toluene produced by petroleum refiners includes only high purity (98-100%) toluene. 

Note 1. — Statistics for materials produced in coke and gas-retort ovens are compiled by the Energy 
Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy. Statistics for materials produced in tar and 
petroleum refineries are compiled by the U.S. International Trade Commission. 

Note 2. — Data for all other tars and tar crudes are not included in the 1984 report because publication 
would disclose the operations of individual companies. 



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TABLE 3.~TAE AHD TAB CRUDES: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of tar and tar crudes to the U.S. International 
Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2) 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




ABP 


Alabama By-Products Corp. ; 


: KPT 


Koppers Co. , Inc. 




ACS 


Allied Corp., Chemical Sector : 








ALS 


Armco, Inc. : 


LTV 


LTV Steel Company, Inc. 




BTS 


Bethlehem Steel Corp. : 


NEV 


Neville Chemical Co. 








NTS 


National Steel Corp., Great Lakes 


Plant 


CHA 


Chattanooga Coke i Chemical Co., : 










Inc. : 


RIL 


Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp. 




COP 


Coopers Creek Chemical Corp. : 


: RSC 


Rupublic Steel Corp. 




EKO 


Empire Coke Co. : 


: SGO 


Shenango , Inc . 




GIV 


Givaudan Corp. 


USS 


U.S. Steel Corp.: 
Clairton Plant 




HUS 


Husky Industries, Inc. : 




Gary Works 
Geneva Plant 




IGC 


Indiana Gas & Chemical Corp. : 




USS Chemicals Div. 




ILI 


Interlake, Inc. : 








INL 


Inland Steel Co. : 


: WTC 


Witco Chemical Corp. 





Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION II -- PRIMARY PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL 13 

GAS FOR CHEMICAL CONVERSION 

STATISTICAL HIGHLKaTTS 

James Raftery 
202-523-0453 

Primary products that are derived from petroleum and natural gas are 
related to the intermediates and finished products made from such primary 
materials in much the same way that crude products derived from the 
distillation of coal tar are related to their intermediates and finished 
products. Many of the primary products derived from petroleum are identical 
with those derived from coal tar (e.g., benzene, toluene, and xylene). 
Considerable duplication exists in the statistics on the production and sales 
of primary petroleum products because some of these primary chemicals are 
converted to other primary products derived from petroleum and because data on 
some production and sales are reported at successive stages in the conversion 
process. The statistics are sufficiently accurate, however, to indicate 
trends in the industry. Many of the primary products for which data are 
included in the statistics may be used either as fuel or as basic materials 
from which other chemicals are derived. In this report every effort has been 
made to exclude data on materials that are used as fuel; however, data are 
included on toluene and xylene, which are used in blending aviation and motor 
fuel. 

The output of primary products derived from petroleum and natural gas as 
a group amounted to 108,666 million pounds in 1984. Production in 1983 was 
109,6 70 million pounds. The output of aromatic and naphthenic products from 
petroleum amounted to 24,563 million pounds in 1984, compared with 23,727 
million pounds in 1983. Sales amounted to $2,162 million in 1984 and $2,284 
million in 1983. In 1984, production of benzene was 9,646 million pounds; 
production of toluene was 5,249 million pounds; and production of mixed 
xylenes were 6,490 million pounds (table 1). 

Production of all aliphatic hydrocarbons and derivatives from petroleum 
and natural gas was 84,103 million pounds in 1984, compared with 85,944 
million pounds in 1983. Sales of these products were valued at $6,094 million 
in 1984, compared with $5,974 million in 1983. Production of ethylene was 
31,383 million pounds in 1984. The output of 1,3-butadiene in 1984 was 2,827 
million pounds. Production of propylene in 1984 was 15,559 million pounds 
(table 1). 

Data for 1984 primary products from petroleum and natural gas for 
chemical conversion were supplied by 72 companies or company divisions. 



^Statistics on chemicals from coal tar are given in Section 1 (Tar and Tar 
Crudes) of this report. 



II -- PRIMARY PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS FOR CHEMICAL CONVERSION 15 

TABLB 1.— PRSUST PBODUCTS FSOH PBTBOLBUH AMD UTUSAL GAS FOB CHBHICAL 
COWKSSIOI: O.S. PBODUCTIOI AID SALKS, 1984 

[Listed below are the primary products from petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which any 
reported data on production or sales may be published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are 
accepted in confidence and may not be published or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all primary 
products from^petroleum and natural gas for chemical conversion for which data on production and/or sales 
were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each) 



PHIMAHY PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL 
GAS FOR (CHEMICAL COHVERSION 



UNIT 
VALUE 



Grand total 

ASOMATICS AND HAPHTHEHES ^ 

Total 

Benzene, all grades, total 

High purity (98-100%) 

Other (90-97.9%) 

Toluene, all grades, total 

High purity (98-100*) 

Other (90-97.9%) ^ " 

Xylene, mixed, total 

High purity (98-100%) 

Other (90-97.9%)" 

All other aromatics and naphthenes 

ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS 

Total 

Cj Hydrocarbons, total 

Acetylene ' (For chemical use only) 

Ethane 

Ethylene 

C3 Hydrocarbons, total 

Propane 

Propylene' 

C (. Hydrocarbons, total 

Butadiene and butylene fractions 

1 ,3-Butadiene, grade for rubber (elastomers) 

n-Butane 

1-Butene 

1-Butene and 2-Butene mixed' 

Isobutane 

Isobutylene 

All other' — 

C5 Hydrocarbons, total 

Isoprene (2-Methyl-l,3-butadiene) 

n-Pentane 

Pentenes, mixed 

All other'" '1 

All other aliphatic hydrocarbons, derivatives and 

mixtures , total 

Alpha olefins, C5-C, „ 



1,000 
pounds 



108.666.227 



24.562.959 



9.646.164 



8,529,544 
1,116,620 



4,462,546 
786,767 



4,516,631 
1,973,804 



84.103.268 



36.880.952 



276,816 

5,221,136 

31,383,000 

23,111,716 



7,552,264 
15,559,452 



11.874.647 



971,313 
2,826,627 
2,380,370 
1,205,208 
1,039,861 
1,057,277 

883,093 
1,510,898 

2.083.309 



99,695 
107,668 
697,131 
,178,815 



10.152.644 



1,000 
pounds 



51.178.238 



1,000 
doltars 



8.256.420 



13.708.786 



4,059,257 



4.101.625 



750,859 



629,601 



4,038,457 
63,168 



620,872 
8,729 



418.851 



2,235,328 
633,267 



37.469,452 



327,484 
91,367 



363,059 



12.111.802 



1.970.786 



101,449 
2,099,205 
9,911,148 



44,509 
168,383 
,757,894 



6,828,577 
6,435,022 



734,008 
1,129,728 



1.224.018 



804,056 
,417,194 
,082,057 
239,360 
223,246 
359,230 
382,405 
168,428 

496.986 



135,752 
711,193 
124,042 
60,568 
33,776 
49,127 
84,090 
25,470 

85.053 



97,354 
297,166 



24,662 



10,179 
50,212 



950.457 



und 
$0.16 



625,914 



82,479 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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TABLB 1.— PRItURY PRODUCTS FROM PBTROLSUM AID NATURAL GAS FOR CHEMICAL 
COWSRSIOH: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 —CONTINUED 



PRIMARY PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL 
GAS FOR CHEMICAL CONVERSION 



PRODUCTION 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 

value' 



ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS Continued 

All other aliphatic hydrocarbons, derivatives and 
mixtures- -Continued 

Alpha olefins, Ci i and higher-- 

Dodecene (Tetrapropylene) 

n-Heptane 

Hexane 

Nonene (Trlpropylene) 

n-Paraf f ins 

Polybutene 

All other 



1,000 
pounds 

388,379 
114,677 
469,511 
457,212 

1,723,697 
240,855 

6,132,399 



1,000 
pounds 

398,800 
120,363 
119,318 
306,924 
253,852 

1,239,833 
191,665 

3,016,931 



1,000 
do I laps 

122,913 
24,368 
26,553 
62,700 
60,123 

227,613 
57,653 

286,055 



Per 
pound 



$0.31 
.20 
.22 
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.24 
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'calculated from rounded figures. 

^The chemical raw materials designated as aromatics are in some cases Identical with those obtained from the 
distillation of coal tar; however, the statistics given in the table above relate only to such materials as 
are derived from petroleum and natural gas. Statistics on production and/or sales of benzene, toluene, and 
xylene from all sources are given in table 1 of the report on "Tar and Tar Crudes." 

'includes toluene, solvent grade, 90 percent. 

"includes toluene and xylene used as solvents; may include that Which is blended In aviation and motor 
gasolines. 

^Includes data for alkyl aromatics, crude cresylic acid, cyclopentane, naphthalene, naphthonlc acid, carbon 
black feedstock, distillates, solvents and miscellaneous cyclic hydrocarbons. Includes sales data only for 
benzene (other grades). 

'production figures on acetylene from calcium carbide for chemical synthesis are collected by the U.S. 
Bureau of the Census . 

^Includes data for refinery propylene. 

'The statistics represent principally the butane content of crude refinery gases from which butadiene is 
manufactured . 

^ Includes data for mixed C<, streams, mixed butanes, and 2-butene. 
'"includes data for dibutanlzed aromatic concentrate, mixtures of C5 hydrocarbons, isopentanc, 
1-pentene, 2-pentene, and plperylene. 

Includes sales data only for n-pentane. 
' Includes data for the following chain lengths: C5-C9, Cg-C,;; C,|,-Cn: and others. 

' Includes production and/or sales data for methane, methylcyclopentadlene, Isoheptane, iso- octane, mixed 
hexenes, mixed heptenes, mixed octenes, n-octane, dl-isobutylene, eicosane, mixtures of C; and C, , C^-C^, 
C5-C7 hydrocarbons, Cjj and higher alpha olefins, hydrocarbon derivatives, and other hydrocarbons. 



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II -- PRIMARY PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS FOR CHEMICAL CONVERSION 21 

TABLE 3.~PRIMASX PRODUCTS FROM PETROLEUM AND NATRUAL GAS FOR CHEMICAL COHVXRSIOII: 
DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS , 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of crude products from petroleum and natural gas for 
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identification codes as used in table 2 J 



Name of Company 



Name of Company 



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HAS 

BFG 



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CPX 
CRP 
CSD 
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Allied Corp., Union Texas Petroleum Corp. 

Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) 

Atlas Processing Co. 

Ashland Oil, Inc., Ashland Petroleum Co. 

Atlantic Richfield Co., Arco Chemical Co. 

BASF Wyandotte Corp. 

B. F. Goodrich Co., B. F. Goodrich Chemical 

Croup 
Borden, Inc., Borden Chemical Div. 

Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 

Citgo Petroleum Corp. 

Clark Oil & Refining Corp. 

CPS Chemical Co., Inc. 

Chemplex Co. 

Corpus Christi Petrochemical Co. 

Cosden Oil & Chemical Corp. 

Coastal Corp., Coastal States Petroleum Co. 

Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 

Dow Chemical Co. 

E. I. duPont de Nemours 4 Co., Inc. 

Eastman Kodak Co.: 

Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 

Texas Eastman Co. Div. 
El Paso Products Co. 
Exxon Chemical Americas 
Enterprise Products Co. of Mississippi 

Ferro Corp., Productol Chemical Div. 

Gulf Oil Corp., Gulf Oil Products 
Champlin Petroleum Co. 

Helmerich & Payne, Inc., National Gas 

Odorizing Div. 
Hewchem 
Amerada Hess Corp. (Hess Oil Virgin Islands 

Corp. ) 
Humphrey Chemical Co. 
American Hoeshst Corp., Petrochemical/ 

Plastics Group 

Koch Refining Co. 
Kalama Chemical, Inc. 

Borg -Warner Corp., Borg-Wamer Chemicals 



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PTT 



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SKO 



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SOC 
SOG 
SUN 
SWR 

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TID 
TNA 
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TPC 



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Merichem Co. 

Marathon Petroleum Co. 

Monsanto Co. 



Texas Refining Div. 



Ruetger-Nease Chemical Co. 
Northern Petrochemical Co. 

Olin Corp. 

Pennwalt Corp. 
Phillips Petroleum Co. 
Phillips Puerto Rico Core, Inc. 
Petro-Tex Chemical Corp. 

(}uintana Petrochemical Co. 

Rohm & Haas Co. 

Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div. 

Shell Oil Co. 

Standard Oil Co. (Ohio) 

Texaco Refining & Marketing, Inc. 

Mobil Oil Corp.: 

Gas Liquids Dept. 

Mobil Chemical Co., Petrochemicals Div. 
SunOlin Chemical Co. 
Chevron Corp., Chevron Chemical Co. 
Charter International Oil Co. 
Sun Company, Inc. 
Southwestern Refining Co., Inc. 

Texas City Refining, Inc. 

Texaco Refining & Marketing, Inc., Delaware Refinery 

Ethyl Corp. 

Tenneco Oil Co. 

Texas Petrochemicals Corp. 

Tenn-USS Chemicals Co. 

Texaco Butadiene Co. 

Texaco, Inc., Texaco Chemical Co. 

Union Carbide Corp. 

Union Oil Co. of California 

National Distillers & Chemicals Corp., U.S. 

Industrial Chemicals Co. 
U.S. Steel Corp., USS Chemicals Div. 

Velsicol Chemical Corp. 
Vista Chemical Co. 



Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses 
the appendix. 



of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 



SECTION III -- CYCLIC INTERFIEDIATES 23 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Ed Matusik 
202-523-0492 

Cyclic intermediates are synthetic organic chemicals derived principally 
from petroleum and natural gas and from coal-tar crudes produced by destruc- 
tive distillation (pyrolysis) of coal. Most cyclic intermediates are used in 
the manufacture of more advanced synthetic organic chemicals and finished pro- 
ducts, such as dyes, medicinal chemicals, elastomers (synthetic rubber), pes- 
ticides, and plastics and resin materials. Some intermediates, however, are 
sold as end products without further processing. For example, refined nap- 
hthalene may be used as a raw material in the manufacture of 2-naphthol or of 
other more advanced intermediates, or may be packaged and sold as a moth re- 
pellant or as a deodorant. In 1984, about 42 percent of the total output of 
cyclic intermediates was sold; the rest was consumed chiefly in the producing 
plants in the manufacture of more advanced intermediates and finished products. 

Total production of cyclic intermediates in 1984 amounted to 4 7,052 
million pounds, an increase of 9 percent from the 43,320 million pounds 
produced in 1983. Sales of cyclic intermediates in 1984 were 19,957 million 
pounds, valued at $6,930 million, compared with 18,803 million pounds, valued 
at $6,599 million, in 1983. 

Intermediates that were produced in excess of 2 billion pounds in 1984 
were ethylbenzene (7,562 million pounds), styrene (7,709 million pounds), 
dimethyl terephthalate (5,912 million pounds), p-xylene (4,264 million 
pounds), cumene (3,754 million pounds), and phenol (2,889 million pounds). 
Other large volume intermediates produced in 1984 were cyclohexane (1,994 
million pounds), isocyanates (1,417 million pounds), nitrobenzene (983 million 
pounds), phthalic anhydride (870 million pounds), cyclohexanone (796 million 
pounds), aniline (786 million pounds), bisphenol A (762 million pounds), 
o-xylene (688 million pounds), alkylbenznes (561 million pounds), 
monochlorobenzene (256 million pounds), toluene-2 ,4-diamine (187 million 
pounds), nonylphenol (162 million pounds), and tetrahydrofuran (125 million 
pounds). The chemicals mentioned above accounted for 89 percent of the total 
output of cyclic intermediate production in 1984. 



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TABLE 1.— CYCLIC IRBKiaDIATBS : U.S. PRODUCTIOV AID BALM, 19S4 

[Listed below are all cyclic intermediates for which any reported data on production and sales may be pub- 
lished. ^Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published, 
or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all cyclic intermediates for which data on production and/or 
sales were reported and identifies the manufacturer of each] . 



CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 



UNIT 

value' 



Grand total 

Acetoacetanilide 

Alkylbenzenes^ 

4-Amino-5-methoxy-2-methylbenzenesulfonic acid 

(5-Methyl-o-anisidinesulfonic acid) 

Aniline (Aniline oil) 

2-Benzothiazolethiol, sodium salt 

Biphenyl 

2-Bromo-4,6-dinitroaniline 

Butylphenols , mixed 

Chlorobenzene, mono- 

Cresols and cresylic acid, total 

o-Cresol 

All other" 

Cumene 

Cyclohexane 

Cyclohexanone 

o-Dichlorobenzene 

p-Dichlorobenzene 

Dicyclopentadiene (including cyclopentadiene) 

p-Dodecylphenol 

Ethylbenzene 

2-(N-Ethyl-N, g-cyanoethyl)-4-acetamlnoanlsole 

Isocyanic acid derivatives, total 

Diphenylmethane-4 ,4 ■ -diisocyanate (MDI) 

Polymethylene polyphenylisocyanate 

Toluene-2,4- and 2,6-diisocyanate (80/20 mixture) 
Other isocyanic acid derivatives 

4,4'-l3opropylidenediphenol (Bisphenol A) 

o-Nitroaniline 

Nitrobenzene 

Nonylphenol 

Phenol , total ' 

From cumene 

All other 

Phthalic anhydride 

Salicylic acid, tech 

Styrene 

Terephthalic acid, dimethyl ester ^ 



1,000 
pounds 



12,966 
560,782 

1,484 
786,037 
21,073 
35,208 
874 
15,831 
256,127 

117.506 



40,708 
76,798 

3,754,181 

1,993,937 

795,700 

52,236 

73,498 

101,046 

24,123 

7,562,076 

29,210 

1.416.607 



105,107 

629,105 

663,277 

19,118 

762,135 

11,903 

982,744 

161,611 



2,728,214 
160,928 

870,245 

44,180 

7,709,229 

5,911,800 



1,000 
pounds 

19.956.652 



1,000 
dollars 



10,972 
516,618 

198 

435,594 

3,128 

9,904 

580 

7,749 

121,417 

79,435 



43,561 
35,874 

2,146,505 
1,502,313 
54,678 
47,991 
73,298 
95,793 

273,684 



382,943 

478,922 

617,059 

15,961 

318,309 

28,146 
65,486 

1.185.577 



1,031,663 
153,914 

532,151 

3,815 

3,114,648 



11,839 
208,202 

813 

128,273 

2,293 

3,838 

962 

5,289 

31,928 

51.473 



25,169 
26,304 

472,404 
383,004 
24,827 
17,340 
29,468 
22.748 

56,429 



859^725 



81,163 
312.995 
445,070 

20,497 

153,450 

6,753 
26,429 



310,635 
46,934 

142,385 

3,729 

857,470 



Per 
pound 

$0.35 



1.08 



.98 
.28 



See footnotes on last page. 



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TABLE 1.— CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 — CONTINUED 



CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE' 



Tatrahydrofuran 

Toluena-2,4-d lamina (4-m-Tolyenedlainlne) 

p-Toluanasulfonic acid 

o-Iylene 

p-Xylene 

All other cyclic intermediates 



1,000 
pounds 

124,868 

186,748 

10,707 

688,051 

4,264,065 

4,823,939 



1,000 
pounds 

48,540 



10,390 

504,553 

2,608,489 

4,661,806 



1,000 
pounds 

45,224 

3,743 

629,072 
2,305,817 



Per 
pound 

$0.93 

.36 
.17 
.24 
.50 



Calculated from unrounded figures. 

^Includes straight-chain dodecylbenzene, tridecylbenzene, and other straight-chain alkylbenzenes. 
Branched-chain alkylbenzenes are included in "All other cyclic intermediates." 

^Does not include data for coke oven and gas-retort ovens, reported to the Office of Energy Data and 
Interpretation, Energy Information Administration, Department of Energy. 

""Figures include (o,m,p)-cresol from coal tar, m-cresol, p-cresol, cresylic acid refined from petroleum and 
coal tar, and (m,p)-cresol from petroleum. 

^The figure for terephthallc acid, dimethyl ester (DMT) includes both the acid itself and the dimethyl ester 
without double counting. The acid production figure was multiplied by the factor 1.16 to convert it to 
equivalent DMT. 



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TABLE 3. — CYCLIC IHTESMBDIATES : DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of cyclic intermediates to the U.S. International 
Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 



NAME OF COMPANY 



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ABB 
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ACS 
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AMO 
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ARK 
ARS 
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ASH 
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CLK 
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Abbott Laboratories 
American Cyanamid Co. 
Allied Corp., Chemical Sector 
Chemsampco, Inc., DBR, Albany 

International Corp., Chemical Div. 
Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc. 
Alliance Chemical, Inc. 
American Bio-Synthetics Corp. 
Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) 
Angus Chemical Co. 
Syntex Chemicals, Inc. 
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. 
Arsynco, Inc. 
Arizona Chemical Co. 

Ashland Oil, Inc., Ashland Petroleum Co. 
Atlantic Industries, Inc. 
Atlantic Richfield Co., Arco Chemical Co. 



Goodrich Chemical 



BASF Wyandotte Corp . 
Buffalo Color Corp. 
B. F. Goodrich Co. , 

Group 
American Burdick & Jackson 
Buckman Laboratories, Inc. 
Lonza , Inc . 
Bristol-Myers Co. 
Synalloy Corp., Blactanan-Uhler Chemical Div. 

Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Carstab Div. 

Ciba-Geigy Corp. 

Kincaid Enterprises, Inc. 

Chattem, Inc. 

Clark Oil & Refining Corp. 

Nipro, Inc. 

Cosan Chemical Corp. 

CPS Chemical Co., Inc. 

Corpus Christi Petrochemical Corp. 

Crown Zellenback Corp., Chemical Products 

Div. 
Cosden Oil & Chemical Co. 
Upjohn Co., Fine Chemical Div. 
Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 
Cychem, Inc. 

Diaz Chemical Corp. 

Badische Corp. 

Dow Coming Corp. 

Degussa Corp. 

Dixie Chemical Co., Inc. 

Denka Chemical Corp. 

Dow Chemical Co. 

E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. 

Eastman Kodak Co . : 

Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 
El Paso Products Co. 
Exxon Chemical Americas 

Ferro Corp. : 

Grant Chemical Div. 

Ottawa Chemical Div. 

Productol Chemical Div. 
Frank Enterprises, Inc. 
FMC Corp . : 

Agricultural Chemical Group 
Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc. 



GIV 
GLY 
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GTL 
GYR 

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HEX 



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HPC 
HST 



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KLM 
KPT 



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LIL 

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MCB 
MCK 
MER 
MIL 
MLC 
MOB 
MON 
MRT 



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NCI 
NEP 
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NOD 
NPC 
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CMC 
OPC 
CRT 

PAH 
PAS 

PCW 



First Chemical Corp. 

GAF Corp., Chemical Group 

General ELectric Co. 

Givaudan Corp. 

Glyco, Inc. 

Greenwood Chemical Co. 

Gulf Oil Corp., Gulf Oil Products Co. 

Georgia-Pacific Corp.: 

Houston Div. 

Plaquemlne Div. 
Champlin Petroleum Co. 
Great Lakes Chemical Corp. 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

Hereof ina 

Hexagon Laboratories, Inc. 

Occidental Chemical Corp., Industrial Specialty 

Chemical Div. 
Hummel Chemical Co. 
Hercules, Inc. 
American Hoechst Corp.: 

Petrochemicals/Plastics Group 

Specialty Products Group, Rhode Island Works 
Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical Products 

ICI Americas, Inc., Chemicals Div. 

Kay-Fries, Inc., Chemical Div., Dynamit Nobel 

of America, Inc. 
Koch Refining Co. 
Kalama Chemical, Inc. 
Koppers Co. , Inc. 

Bofors Nobel, Inc. 

Lord Corp., Chemical Products Group 

Happ Chemicals, Inc. 

Eli Lilly & Co. 

Mallinckrodt, Inc. 

Borg-Wamer Corp., Borg-Wamer Chemicals 
MacKenzie Chemical Works, Inc. 
Merichem Co. 

Milliken & Co. , Milliken Chemical Co. 
Helamine Chemicals, Inc. 
Mobay Chemical Co., Pittsburgh Div. 
Monsanto Co. 

Morton-Thiokol , Inc . , Morton Chemical 
Div. 

Niacet, Inc. 

Union Camp Corp., Terpene & Aromatics Div. 

Nepera , Inc . 

Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 

Nuodex, Inc. 

Northwest Petrochemical Corp. 

National Starch & Chemical Corp. 

Olin Corp. 

Orbis Products Corp. 

Roehr Chemicals, Inc. 

Parish Chemical Co. 

Pennwalt Corp. 

Pfister Chemical, Inc. 

Parke-Davis Div. of Warner Lambert Co. 



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TABLE 3. — CYCLIC INTERMEDIATES: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 — Continued 



CODE 


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: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


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Pelron Corp. : 


: STC 


American Hoechst Corp., Sou-Tex Works 


PFZ 


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Stepan Chemical Co. 


PHC 


Phthalchem, Inc. : 


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St. Croix Petrochemical Corp. 
Sun Company, Inc. 


PLC 


Phillips Petroleum Co. : 


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PLN 


Disogrin Industries Corp. : 


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Sherwin-Williams Co., Chemical Div. 


PPG 


PPG Industries, Inc. : 






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: TCC 


Sybron Chemical, Inc. 


PPX 


Phillips Paraxylene, Inc. : 


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Emery Industries, Inc., Trylon Div. 






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Tennessee Chemical Co. 


QKO 


QO Chemicals, Inc. : 


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Twin Lake Chemical, Inc. 






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Teledyne Industries, Inc., Teledyne 


RDA 


Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. : 




Mccormick Selph 


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Ethyl Corp. 


RH 


Rohm & Haas Co. : 


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Tenneco Oil Co. 


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Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp. : 


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Squibb Manufacturing, Inc. 


RSA 


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Tenn-USS Chemicals Co. 


sue 


Rubicon, Inc. : 


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Texaco, Inc., Texaco Chemical Co. 


SAL 


Salsbury Laboratories, Inc. : 


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Union Carbide Corp. 


SBC 


Scher Chemicals, Inc. : 


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Union Oil Co., of California 


sec 


Standard Chlorine of Delaware, Inc. : 


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Jim Walter Resources, Inc. 


SCN 


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Upjohn Co. i Polymer Chemical Div. 


SD 


Sterling Drug, Inc., Sterling : 


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Crown Metro, Inc. 




Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 


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Uniroyal , Inc . , Chemical Group 


SDC 


Sandoz Chemicals Corp. 

Sterling Drug, Inc.: : 


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U.S. Steel Corp., USS Chemicals Div. 


SDH 


Hilton Davis Chemical Co. : 


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Velsicol Chemical Corp. 


SDW 


Sterling Organics Div. : 


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Virginia Chemicals, Inc. 




Stauffer Chemical Co.: : 


VNC 


Vanderbilt Chemical Corp. 


SFA 


Agricultural Div. : 


: VPC 


Mobay Chemical Corp., Dyes & Pigments Div. 


SFS 


Specialty & Intermediates Div. : 


: VST 


Vista Chemical Co. 


SHC 


Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div. : 


: VTC 


Vertac Chemical Corp. 


SK 


SmithKline Beckman Corp., SmithKline : 








Chemicals Div. : 


WAY 


Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corp., Organic 


SKO 


Texaco Refining & Marketing, Inc. : 




Chemical Div. 


SOC 


Chevron Corp., Chevron Chemical Co. : 


: WTC 


Witco Chemical Corp. 


SOI 


Specialty Organics, Inc. : 


WYK 


Wyckoff Chemical Co., Inc. 


SOL 


Southland Corp., Fine Chemical Div. 


: WYT 


Wyeth Laboratories, Inc., Wyeth Laboratories 


SRL 


G. D. Searle & Co. : 




Div. of American Home Products Corp. 



Hote. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION IV -- DYES 51 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Stephen Wanser 
202-523-0496 



Synthetic dyes are derived in whole or in part from cyclic intermediates. 
Approximately two-thirds of the dyes consumed in the United States are used by 
the textile industry to dye natural and synthetic fibers or fabrics; about 
one-sixth is used for coloring paper; and the rest is used chiefly in the 
production of organic pigments and in dyeing leather and plastics. Of the 
several thousand different synthetic dyes that are known, more than one 
thousand are manufactured by domestic producers, collectively. The large 
number of dyes results from the many different types of materials to which 
dyes are applied, the different conditions of service for which dyes are 
required, and the cost that a particular use can bear. Dyes are sold as 
pastes, powders, lumps, and solutions. Concentrations vary from 6 percent to 
100 percent. The concentration, form, and purity of dye are determined 
largely by the use for which it is intended. 

Total domestic production of dyes in 1984 amounted to 233 million pounds, 
or 4.8 percent less than the 244 million pounds produced in 1983 (table 1). 
Sales of dyes in 1984 amounted to 221 million pounds, valued at $691 million, 
compared with 234 million pounds, valued at $728 million, in 1983. In terms 
of quantity, sales of dyes in 1984 were 5.7 percent less than in 1983 and in 
terms of value, 5.1 percent less. The average unit value of sales of all dyes 
in 1984 was $3.13 per pound, compared with $3.11 per pound in 1983. 

Production of four classes of dyes increased in 1984, while the remaining 
six major classes registered slight to moderate decreases in their production. 
Direct dyes increased by 10.1 percent from 27.7 million pounds in 1983 to 30.4 
million pounds in 1984; solvent dyes increased by 24.0 percent to 10.9 million 
pounds in 1984 from 8.8 million pounds in 1983. 



IV -- DYES 



53 



TABLB 1. — DanS: U.S. PBODOCTIOI »MD SALES, 1984 

[Listed below are all dyes for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. (Leaders 
(...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or where no data 
were reported.) Table 2 lists all dyes for which data on production and/or sales were reported and 
identifies the manufacturers of each] 



Grand total- 



Total- 



Acid yellow dyes, total- 
Acid Yellow 17 

Acid Yellow 23 

Acid Yellow 49 

Acid Yellow 151 

All other 



Acid orange dyes, total- 
Acid Orange 7 

Acid Orange 10 

Acid Orange 24 

Acid Orange 156 

All other 



Acid red dyes, total- 
Acid Red 1 

Acid Red 73 

Acid Red 88 

Acid Red 137 

Acid Red 151 

All other 



Acid violet dyes- 



Acid blue dyes total- 
Acid Blue 40 

Acid Blue 145 

Acid Blue 324 

All other 



Acid green dyes- 



Acid brown dyes, total- 
Acid Bro»m 14 

All other 



Acid black dyes, total- 
Acid Black 1 

Acid Black 52 

Acid Black 102 

Acid Black 172 

All other 



BASIC DYES (CLASSICAL AHD MODIFIED) 
Total 

Basic yellow dyes 



Basic orange dyes, total- 
Basic Orange 2 

All other 



PRODUCTION 



1,000 
pounds 



25.111 



4.291 



144 

108 

342 

1,596 

2,101 



6.426 



148 
77 

366 
4,128 
1,707 

4.684 



345 

85 

82 

124 

237 

3,811 



5.984 



1,605 
3,983 



197 
728 



2.702 



233 
940 



103 
1,426 



12.067 



264 
657 



1,000 
pounds 

220.520 



263 
1,589 
2,114 

6.531 



135 

113 

378 

3,995 

1,910 

4.379 



154 

209 

3,608 



5.384 



407 

48 

1,137 

3,792 

199 



140 
542 



2.457 



232 
802 
238 



11.253 



2,758 
763 



209 
554 



1,000 
dollars 



96.203 



11.973 



997 

392 

736 

3,220 

6,628 

16.712 



368 
457 

1,215 
10,546 

4,126 

16.285 



1,034 
373 
356 

1,148 

711 

12,663 

842 

35.910 



1,547 

548 

5,932 

27,883 

1,654 

3.313 



644 
2,669 



9.514 



862 

2,646 

906 



64.600 



9,760 
4.138 



610 
3,528 



UMIT 

value' 



Per 

pound 

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2.03 
3.14 



2.56 



2.72 
4.05 
3.21 
2.64 
2.14 

3.72 



3.73 
5.65 
5.51 
7.44 
3.40 
3.51 



6.19 



6.67 



3.80 

11.33 

5.22 

7.35 

8.29 



3.87 
3.72 
3.30 



3.54 
5.42 



2.92 
6.37 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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TABLE 1.— DYES: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE' 



BASIC DYES (CLASSICAL AND MODIFIED)--Continued 

Basic red dyes, total 

Basic Red 12 

Basic Red 15 

Basic Red 49 

All other 

Basic violet dyes, total 

Basic Violet 1 

Basic Violet 3 

All other 

Basic blue dyes, total 

Basic Blue 3 

All other 

All other basic dyes 

DIRECT DYES 

Total 

Direct yellow dyes, total 

Direct Yellow 4 

Direct Yellow 127 

All other 

Direct orange dyes, total 

Direct Orange 15 

Direct Orange 102 

All other 

Direct red dyes, total 

Direct Red 24 

Direct Red 72 

Direct Red 81 

Direct Red 83 

Direct Red 254 

All other 

Direct violet and green dyes 

Direct blue dyes, total 

Direct Blue 75 

Direct Blue 80 

Direct Blue 86 

Direct Blue 199 

Direct Blue 218 

All other 

Direct brown dyes 

Direct black dyes, total 

Direct Black 22 

Direct Black 80 

All other 



1,000 
pounds 



1.357 



135 
389 



3.709 



2,263 
997 
449 

1,967 



1,967 
1,275 



30.446 



560 

943 

10,088 

1.504 



582 
356 
566 

4.998 



85 
305 
564 

789 
3,255 

397 

7.237 



334 
255 

582 

809 

5,257 

214 

4,505 



1,399 

455 

2,651 



1,000 



lAll 



178 
399 



1,838 
917 
433 



404 
1,495 



1,218 



25.814 



581 

816 

8,115 

1.377 



390 
987 



4.493 



71 
260 
561 

86 

784 

2,731 

284 

5.939 



179 
377 
495 
569 
4,319 

220 



1,056 

407 

2,526 



1,000 
dollars 



6.517 



1,064 

1,148 

325 

3,980 

10^672 



4,055 
3,481 
3,136 



1,529 
19,870 



75.428 



1,843 

2,316 

18,659 

3.617 



1,462 
2,155 



15,781 



438 
1,234 
2,376 

400 
2,125 
9,208 

1,131 

20.910 



689 

1,564 

2,197 

2,193 

14,267 

1,212 

9.959 



1,504 
1,036 
7,419 



Per 
pound 



$4.57 



5.97 
2.88 



3.80 
7.23 



3.78 
13.29 



2.40 
3.17 
2.84 



1.48 
3.75 
2.18 



1.42 
2.55 
2.94 



See footnotes at end of table 



IV -- DYES 



5S 



TABLI l.—DYBS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984— COmiUID 



UNIT 
VALUri 



DISPERSE DYES 



Disperse yellow dyes- 



Disperse orange dyes, total 

Disperse Orange 25 and 25:1- 

Disperse Orange 30 

Disperse Orange 37 

Disperse Orange 44 and 44:1- 
All other 



Disperse red dyes, total- 
Disperse Red 1 

Disperse Red 177 

Disperse Red 179 

All other 



Disperse violet dyes- 



Disperse blue dyes, total- 
Disperse Blue 79 

All other 



Disperse black, brown and green dyes, total- 
Disperse Brown 1 

All other 



FIBER-REACTIVE DYES 
Total 

FLUORESCENT BRIGHTENING AGENTS 
Total 

FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC COLORS 
Total 

Food, Drug and Cosmetic Dyes 
Total 



FD&C Red No. 3 

FD4C Yellow No. 5 

FDiC Yellow No. 6 

All other drug and cosmetic- 



1,000 
pounds 



29.825 



4.614 



286 

1,200 

569 

362 

2,197 

6.685 



259 

797 

274 

5,355 

328 



5,695 
6,726 



2.672 



903 
1,769 



57.400 



6.760 



6.352 



311 
1,7 75 
1,314 
2,952 



1,000 
pounds 



26.241 



2,501 
4.037 



351 

1,925 

246 

358 

1,15 7 

5.934 



259 

696 

181 

4,798 

374 

11.434 



5,644 
5,790 



762 
1,199 



6,904 



63.305 



6.019 



357 
1,458 
1,203 
3,001 



1,000 
dollars 



10.923 



936 
3,932 

585 
1,323 
4,147 

30.715 



879 

2,767 

788 

26,281 

2,536 

44.909 



13,129 
31,780 



9.131 



2,738 
6,393 



48.796 



58.500 



5,202 

8,005 

6,078 

39,215 



Per 
pound 



<4.15 



2.71 



2.67 
2.04 
2.38 
3.69 
3.59 

5.18 



3.39 
3.97 
4.33 
5.48 

6.78 



2.33 
5.49 



3.59 
5.34 



9.72 



14.57 
5.49 
5.05 

13.07 



See footnotes at end of table 



5B 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



TABLE 1.— DYES: U.S. PRODUCTIOH AND SALES, 1984— COHTIHUED 



PRODUCTION 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 
VALUE' 



FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC COLORS — Continued 



Drug and Cosmetic External Drug 
and Cosmetic Dyes 

Total 

DSC Yellow No. 10 

D&C Red No. 7 

D&C Red No. 36 

All other drug and cosmetic and external drug and 
cosmetic dyes 

MORDANT DYES 
Total 

SOLVENT DYES 

Total 

Solvent yellow dyes 

Solvent orange dyes 

Solvent red dyes 

Solvent blue dyes 

All other solvent dyes 

VAT DYES 

Total 

Vat red dyes 

Vat blue dyes 

Vat green dyes 

All other vat dyes 

All other dyes 



1,000 
pounds 



52 
139 



10,884 



952 

980 

2,614 

3,149 

3,189 



37.612 



840 

29,749 

1,977 

5,046 

14,865 



1,000 



7.459 



683 
904 

2,137 
848 

2,887 



33.922 



466 

28,737 

1,356 

3,363 

14,852 



1,000 
do I lars 



2,353 



1,749 



29.722 



4,626 
3,530 
9,642 
5,207 
6,717 



86,847 



7,162 
54,081 

4,848 
20,756 

32,771 



Per 
pound 



$18.39 



32.99 
11.91 
15.04 



3.98 



6.78 
3.90 
4.51 
6.14 
2.33 



2.56 



15.35 
1.88 
3.57 
6.17 

2.21 



'Calculated from unrounded figures. 

^The data include azoic compositions, azoic coupling components, azoic diazo components (bases and salts), 
sulfur dyes, and miscellaneous dyes. Statistics for those groups of dyes may not be published separately 
because publication would disclose information received in confidence. 



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11 



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TABLE 3. —DYES: DIRECTORY OF MAHUFACTURERS , 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of dyes to the U.S. International Trade Commission 
for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




ACY 


American Cyanamid Co. : 


: LVR 


C . Lever Co . , Inc . 




ALL 


Alliance Chemical, Inc. : 








ATL 


Atlantic Industries, Inc. : 


: MCA 
: MIL 


Johnson Mattney, Inc., Pigments Dept. 
Milliken & Co., Milliken Chemical Co. 




BAS 


BASF Wyandotte Corp. 


: MRT 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton Chemical 




BCC 


Buffalo Color Corp. : 




Div. 






BUC 


Synalloy Corp., Blackman Uhler Chemical Div. 


: OCC 


Orient Chemical Corp. 






CGY 


Ciba-Geigy Corp . : 










CIC 


Color Chem International Corp. 


PCW 


Pfister Chemical, Inc. 






CK 


Crompton & Knowles Corp. 


: PSC 


Passaic Color & Chemical Co. 




DGO 


Day-Glo Color Corp. 


: S 


Sandoz, Inc., Colors & Chemicals Div. 




DSC 


Dye Specialties, Inc. : 


: SDC 


Sandoz Chemical Corp. 








: SDH 


Sterling Drug, Inc., Hilton Davis Chemical 


Co. 


EKT 


Eastman Kodak Co., Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. : 


SNA 


Sun Chemical Corp., Pigment Div. 








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Mccormick & Co., Inc., McCormick/Stange Flavor 


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Fabricolor Manufacturing Corp- : 


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Div. 
Sherwin-Williams Co., Chemical Div. 




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American Hoechst Corp., Specialty Products : 










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Sterling Drug, Inc., Hilton Davis Chemical 
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ICI Americas, Inc., Chemical Div. : 


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Mobay Chemical Corp., Dyes & Pigments Div. 




KON 


H. Kohnstamm & Co., Inc. : 


: WJ 


Wamer-Jenkinson Co. 





Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses 
the appendix. 



of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 



SECTION V -- ORGANIC PIGMENTS 83 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 



STEPHEN WANSER 
202-523-0496 



Organic pigments are toners and lakes ^ derived in whole or in part from 
benzenoid chemicals and colors. 

Statistics on production and sales of all organic pigments in 1984 are 
given in table 1. Individual toners and lakes are identified in this report 
by the names used in the third edition of the Colour Index. 

Total production of organic pigments in 1984 was 85.7 million pounds — 
9.8 percent more than the 78.0 million pounds produced in 1983. Total sales 
of organic pigments in 1984 amounted to 76.2 million pounds, valued at $493 
million, compared with 69.3 million pounds, valued at $422 million, in 1983. 
In terms of quantity, sales of organic pigments in 1984 were 98 percent higher 
than in 1983; in terms of value, sales in 1984 were 16.7 percent higher than 
in 1983. 

Production of toners in 1984 amounted to 84.9 million pounds — 9.8 
percent more than the 77.3 million pounds reported in 1983. Sales in 1984 
were 75.5 million pounds, valued at $489 million, compared with 68.8 million 
pounds valued at $420 million, in 1983. Sales in 1984 were 9.8 percent higher 
than those in 1983 in terms of quantity, and 16.4 percent higher in terms of 
value. The individual toners listed in the report which were produced in the 
largest quantities in 1984 were Pigment Yellow 12, 15.5 million pounds; 
Pigment Blue 15.3, beta form, 8.0 million pounds; Pigment Red 49:1 barium 
toner, 6.2 million pounds; Pigment Red 57:1 calcium toner, 9.0 million pounds; 
Pigment Red 53:1, barium toner, 4.9 million pounds; and Pigment Yellow 14, 4.2 
million pounds. 

Production of lakes totaled 782,000 pounds in 1984, 13 percent higher 

than the 692,000 pounds reported for 1983. Sales of lakes in 1984 amounted to 

609,000 pounds, valued at $4.3 million. In terms of quantity, sales of lakes 

in 1984 were 21.3 percent higher than in 1983; in terms of value, sales in 
1984 were 57.5 percent higher than in 1983. 



^Toners and lakes are essentially the same in their final form; they differ 
in the method of preparation. A lake is an organic pigment produced by the 
interaction of a soluble dye, a precipitant, and an absorptive inorganic 
substrate. A toner is an insoluble dye produced as a powder; some toners are 
extended by the inclusion of a solid diluent. 

^See also table 2 which lists these products and identifies the manufacturers 
by codes. The codes are listed in table 3. 



V -- ORGANIC PIGMENTS 



85 



TABLE 1. — ORGANIC PIGMENTS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 

[Listed below are the organic pigments for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. 
(Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or where 
no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all organic pigments for which data on production and/or sales were 
reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



ORGANIC PIGMENT 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE ^ 



Grand Total 

TONERS 
Total 

yellow toners, total 

Acetoacetarylide yellows: 

Pigment Yellow 1, C.I. 11 680 

Pigment Yellow 3, C.I. 11 710 

Pigment Yellow 74, C.I. 11 741 

Diarylide yellows: 

Pigment Yellow 12, C.I. 21 090 

Pigment Yellow 13, C.I. 21 100 

Pigment Yellow 14, C.I. 21 095 

Pigment Yellow 17, C.I. 21 105 

Pigment Yellow 83, C.I. 21 108 

All other 

Orange toners, total 

Pigment Orange 5, C.I. 21 075 

Pigment Orange 13, C.I. 21 110 

Pigment Orange 16, C.I. 21 160 

All other 

Red toners, total 

Naphthol reds, total 

Pigment Red 5, C.I. 12 490 

Pigment Red 17, C.I. 12 390 

Pigment Red 23, C.I. 12 355 

All other naphthol reds 

Pigment Red 3, C.I. 12 120 

Pigment Red 4, C.I. 12 085 

Pigment Red 38, C.I. 12 120 

Pigment Red 48:1 barium toner, C.I. 15 865 

Pigment Red 48:2, calcium toner, C.I. 15 865- 
Pigment Red 48:4, manganese toner C.I. 15 865 

Pigment Red 49:1 barium toner, C.I. 15 630 

Pigment Red 49:2, calcium toner, C.I. 15 630- 
Pigment Red 52:1, calcium toner, C.I. 15 860- 
Pigment Red 53:1, barium toner, C.I. 15 585-- 
Pigment Red 57:1, calcium toner, C.I. 15 850- 

Pigment Red 81, PMA, C.I. 45 160 

Pigment Red 81, PTA 

All other 



1,000 

pounds 

dry basis^ 

85,664 



84.882 



105 
200 
719 

15,493 

443 

4,229 

610 

1,054 

1,566 

2,796 



888 
151 
760 
997 



2,009 

59 

48 

105 

1,797 

970 

177 

156 

456 

1,101 

76 

6,164 

886 

1,141 

4,866 

9,005 

423 

37 

2,329 



1,000 

■pounds 

dry basis^ 

76.154 



75.545 



143 
162 
854 

12,015 
390 

3,438 
573 
866 

1,462 

2.515 



853 
148 
633 
881 



1,304 

53 

27 

112 

1,612 
922 
136 
157 
489 

1,253 
139 

4,673 
835 

1,411 

4,249 

8,348 
422 

2,042 



1,000 
dollars 



492.954 



105.211 



850 

815 

6,569 

56,884 
2,437 

14,410 
3.459 
7,862 

11,925 

16.046 



4,032 
1,445 
3,865 
6,704 

169.630 



12,610 

666 

286 

1,413 

10,245 
5,255 
694 
1,809 
3,060 
7,828 
1,089 

17,781 
3,913 
6,994 

17,504 

42.984 
6,282 

41,827 



Per 
pound 

$6.47 



6.03 
9.07 
8.08 



6.31 



6.99 

12.51 

10.44 

12.57 

6.95 

5.70 

5.10 

11.49 

6.25 

6.24 

7.84 

3.81 

4.69 

9.96 

4.11 

5.15 

14.90 

20.51 



See footnotes at end of table. 



86 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



TABLE 1.— ORGANIC PIOfEHTS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALBS, 1984— CONTIKUBD 



ORGANIC PIGMENT 



PRODUCTION 



VALUE* 



UNIT 
VALUE2 



TONERS- -Continued 

Violet toners, total 

Pigment Violet 1, PTA, C.I. 45 170 

Pigment Violet 19, C.I. 46 500 

Pigment Violet 23, C.I. 46 500 

All other 

Blue toners, total 

Pigment Blue 1 (PMA) 

Pigment Blue 15, alpha form, C.I. 74 160 — 
Pigment Blue 15:1, alpha form, C.I. 74 160 
Pigment Blue 15:2, alpha form, C.I. 74 160 
Pigment Blue 15:3, beta form, C.I. 74 160- 
Pigment Blue 15:4, beta form, C.I. 74 160- 
All other 

Green toners, total 

Pigment Green 7, C.I. 74 260 

All other 

Brown and Black toners, total 

Pigment Brown 5 

All other 

LAKES 

Total 

Pigment Red 83, C.I. 58 000 

Pigment Violet 5:1, C.I. 58 055 

All other lakes 



1,000 

pounds 

dry basis^ 



1,000 

pounds 

dry basis' 



1,000 
dollars 



54,158 



2,367 
225 
998 

21,517 



1,807 
216 
951 

20,569 



726 

37,069 

6,516 

9,847 

123.970 



96 
1,216 
1,027 
544 
8,014 
2,579 
8,041 

2.198 



84 
1,124 
1,025 
877 
7,549 
2,171 
7.739 

2,133 



1,351 
6,457 
10,424 
9,005 
44,159 
11,217 
41,357 

17,827 



2,198 
528 



,892 
241 



15,289 
2,538 



1.805 



39 
489 



4.307 



37 

62 

510 



396 

537 

3.374 



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pound 

»17.93 



15.41 
20.51 
30.18 
10.26 

6.03 



10.17 
10.27 



5.17 
S.34 



8.08 
10.52 



X0.77 
8.69 
6.62 



'The value of sales for toners is reported on a dry-full strenght basis and the value of sales for lakes is 
reported on a dry form basis. All sales value data exclude the additional cost of processing or packaging in 
commercial forms other than the dry full-strength or dry form. 

^Calculated from unrounded figures. 

'Quantities for toners are reported as dry full-strength toner content, excluding the weight of any 
dispersing agent, vehicle, or extender. Quantities for lakes are reported as dry lake content, excluding the 
weight of any dispersing agent or vehicle. 

Note. — The C.I. {Colour Index) number shown in this report are the identifying number given in the third 
edition of the Colour Index. 

The abbreviations PMA and PTA stand for phosphomolybdic and phosphotungstic (including phosphotungs- 
tomolybdic) acids, respectively. 



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93 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of organic pigments to the U.S. International Trade 
Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 



NAME OF COMPANY 



NAME OF COMPANY 



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BAS 
BNS 
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CGY 
CIK 

CUS 



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HST 



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Alex Chemical Co. 
Allegheny Chemical Corp. 
Ridgway Color Co. 
Apollo Colors, Inc. 

BASF Wyandotte Corp. 

Binney and Smith, Inc. 

Synalloy Corp., Blackman Uhler Chemical Div. 

Ciba-Geigy Corp. 

Flint Ink Corp., Cal/Ink Div. 

Customs Pigments Corp. 

E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Chemicals 
and Pigments Dept. 

Galaxie Chemical Corp. 

Harshaw/Filtrol Partnership 
American Hoechst Corp., Specialty Products 
Group, Rhode Island Works 

Inmont Corp. Div. of United Technologies 

Corp. 
Industrial Color, Inc. 



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TMS 
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Indol Color Co., Inc. 
Spectrachem Corp. 

Keystone Color Works, Inc. 
H. Kohnstamm & Co., Inc. 

C. Lever Co. , Inc. 

Johnson Mattney, Inc., Pigment Dept. 
Hagruder Color Co., Inc. 

Pope Chemical Corp. 

Roma Color, Inc. 

Sterling Drug, Inc., Hilton Davis Chemical Co. 
Sun Chemical Corp., Pigment Div. 
Sherwin-Williams Co., Chemical Division 

Sterling Drug, Inc., Hilton Davis Chemical Co. 

Paul Uhlich & Co., Inc. 

Mobay Chemical Corp., Dyes & Pigments Div. 



Note. --Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION VI -- MEDICINAL CHEniCALS 95 

STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Elizabeth R. Nesbltt 
202-523-1768 

Medicinal chemicals include the medicinal and feed grades of all organic 
chemicals having therapeutic value, whether obtained by chemical synthesis, by 
fermentation, by extraction from naturally occurring plant or animal sub- 
stances, or by refining a technical grade product. They include antibiotics 
and other anti-infective agents, antihistamines, autonomic drugs, 
cardiovascular agents, central nervous system depressants and stimulants, 
hormones and synthetic substitutes, vitamins, and other therapeutic agents for 
human or veterinary use, and for animal feed supplements. 

The table shows statistics for production and sales of medicinal 
chemicals grouped by pharmacological class. The statistics shown are for bulk 
chemicals only. Finished pharmaceutical preparations and products put up in 
pills, capsules, tablets, or other measured doses are excluded.^ The 
difference between production and sales reflects inventory changes, processing 
losses, and captive consumption of medicinal chemicals processed into ethical 
and proprietary pharmaceutical products by the primary manufacturer. In some 
instances, the difference may also include quantities for medicinal grade 
products used as intermediates; for example, penicillin V used as an 
intermediate in the manufacture of other antibiotics. All quantities are 
given in terms of 100 percent content of the pure bulk drug. 

Total U.S. production of bulk medicinal chemicals in 1984 amounted to 
278.6 million pounds. Total sales of bulk medicinal chemicals in 1984 
amounted to 152.4 million pounds, valued at $1,369.4 million. Beginning in 
1980, methionine and most other amino acids and their salts are reported in 
the section on Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical Products. Section 
totals are not, therefore, comparable with years prior to 1980. 

Production of the larger groups of medicinal chemicals in 1984 was as 
follows: Antibiotics, 30.4 million pounds, 4.5 percent less than in 1983; 
anti-infective agents other than antibiotics, 27.2 million pounds, 19.0 
percent more than in 1983; central nervous system depressants and stimulants, 
69.2 million pounds, 7.2 percent more than in 1983; gastrointestinal agents 

' Complementary statistics on the dollar value of manufacturers' shipments of 
finished pharmaceutical preparations, except biologicals, are published 
annually by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, in Current 
Industrial Reports, Series MA-28G. Many pharmaceutical manufacturers that 
report to the Bureau of the Census are excluded from the U.S. International 
Trade Commission report because they are not primary producers of medicinal 
chemicals; that is, they do not themselves produce the bulk drugs which go 
into their pharmaceutical products, but purchase their drug requirements from 
domestic or foreign producers. 



96 SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 198^1 



and therapeutic nutrients, 54.7 million pounds, 6.1 percent less than in 1983; 
and vitamins, 49.9 million pounds, 28.2 percent more than in 1983. 

Production of some of the more important individual products in the table 
was as follows: Choline chloride, 49.5 million pounds, 6.2 percent less than 
in 1983; aspirin, 33.9 million pounds, 10.4 percent more; and vitamin E, 11.6 
million pounds, 33.4 percent more. 



SECTION VI -- MEDICINAL CHEMICALS 



m 



TABLE 1.— MEDICINAL CHEMICALS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 

(Listed below are all synthetic organic medicinal chemicals for which any reported data on production or sales 
may be published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be 
published or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all medicinal chemicals for which data on 
production and/or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



MEDICINAL CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE^ 



Grand total 

Acyclic 

Benzenoid' 

Cyclic nonbenzenoid" 

Antibiotics , total 

Cephalosporins 

Penicillins, semisynthetic, total 

Amoxicillin 

Ampicillin 

Cloxacillin, sodium 

Dicloxacillin, sodium 

Oxacillin, sodium 

All other (semisynthetic)' 

Penicillins (except semisynthetic), for all uses 

Other antibiotics, total 

For medicinal use^ 

For nonmedicinal uses^ 

Antihistamines , total 

Antinauseants 

All other 

Anti-infective agents (except antibiotics), total- 

Anthelmintics 

Antiprotozoan agents, total 

Urinary antiseptics 

Other anti-infective agents* 

Autonomic drugs, total 

Sympathomimetic (adrenergic) agents, total 

Phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride 

All other 

Other autonomic drugs 

Central depressants and stimulants, total 

Analgesics, antipyretics, and nonhormonal anti- 
inflammatory agents, total 

Aspirin 

Acetaminophen 

All other^ 

Anticonvulsants, hypnotics, and sedatives 

Antidepressants 

Antitussives, total 



1,000 
pounds 



54,910 

146,274 

77,456 

30.442 



1,432 

2,032 

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36 

60 



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8,358 

18,620 



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167 



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124 

6,401 

1.033 



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539 



69,211 



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33,938 

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3,704 

1,760 

132 

295 



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1,000 
dollars 



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37,478 

9.912 



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562 

9,091 

1,990 

7,101 

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103 



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1,559 



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812 



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543,751 

447.067 



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8,530 

425,065 

304,057 

121,008 

7.891 



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TABLE 1.— MEDICINAL CHEMICALS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984~CONTINUED 



MEDICINAL CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE ^ 



Central depressants and stimulants — Continued 

Tranquilizers 

Phenothiazine derivatives 

All other 

Other central depressants and stimulants'" 

Dermatological agents 

Expectorants and mucolytic agents 

Gastrointestinal agents and therapeutic nutrients, 
total ' ' 

Choline chloride, all grades 

All other 

Local anesthetics, total 

Lidocaine 

All other 

Renal-acting and edema-reducing agents 

Smooth muscle relaxants'^ 

Vitamins , total 

Vitamin E 

All other vitamins'^ 

Miscellaneous medicinal chemicals''' 



1,000 
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170 

48 

122 

5,148 



1,000 
pounds 



5 

30 

3,488 

4,218 
954 



1,000 
dollars 



6,569 

3,327 

3,242 

106,140 

4,939 
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5,125 



39,423 
2,635 



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10,226 



19 
125 



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62 



273 
1,388 



12,035 



194.178 



11,639 
38,301 



6,692 
28,129 



75,806 
118,372 



272,471 



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$187.69 

831.75 

108.10 

30.46 

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3.88 



14.37 
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82.64 



'The data on production and sales are for bulk medicinal chemicals only. Methionine and most other amino 
acids and their salts are now reported in the section on Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical 
Products. Section totals are not, therefore, comparable with years prior to 1980. 

^Calculated from rounded figures. 

^Benzenoid, as used in this report, describes any cyclic medicinal chemical whose molecule contains either a 
6-membered carbocyclic ring with conjugated double bonds or a 6-membered heterocyclic ring with 1 or 2 hetero 
atoms and conjugated double bonds, except the pyrimidine ring. 

"includes antibiotics of unknown structure. 

^Includes sales quantity and value of amoxicillin; ampicillin; cloxacillin, sodium; dicloxacillin, soditun; 
and oxacillin, sodium. 

^Includes production and sales of antifungal and antitubercular antibiotics and tetracyclines; and sales 
quantity and value of cephalosporins; and production of penicillins (except semisynthetic). 

'includes production and sales of tetracyclines; and production of penicillins (except semisynthetic). 

"includes sales quantity and value of urinary antiseptics; does not include production of sulfaguanidine 
used as an intermediate in the production of anti-infective sulfonamides. 

"includes sales quantity and value of aspirin, 
'"includes production and sales of amphetamines, general anesthetics, respiratory and cerebral stimulants, 
and skeletal muscle relaxants. 

''Methionine and its salts are now reported in the section in Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical 
Products under amino acids. 
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''includes production and sales of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin K. 
'"includes production and sales of antineoplastic agents, cardiovascular agents, diagnostic agents, 
hematological agents, and unclassified medicinal chemicals. Also includes sales quantity and value of 
hormones and synthetic substitutes, and smooth muscle relaxants. 



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115 



TABLE 3 . — MSDICIHAL CHEMICALS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

(Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of medicinal chemicals to the U.S. International 
Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


ABB 


Abbott Laboratories : 


MHI 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Ventron Div. 


ACY 


American Cyanamid Co. : 


: MON 


Monsanto Co. 


ADC 


Anderson Development Co. : 


MRK 


Merck S Co., Inc. 


AJY 


Ajay Chemicals, Inc. : 






AMD 


Cyclo Products, Inc. : 


: NEP 


Nepera , Inc . 


ARA 


Syntex Chemicals, Inc. : 


NES 


Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 


ARN 


Arenol Chemical Corp. : 


NOR 


Norwich Eaton Pharmaceutical, Inc. 


ARP 


Armour Pharmaceutical Co. : 


: BUT 


Nutrius, Inc. 


ARS 


Arsynco , Inc . 










: OH 


Anaquest 


BAS 


BASF Wyandotte Corp- 


ORG 


Organics/LaGrange, Inc. 


BAX 


Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Inc. 


; ORT 


Roehr Chemicals, Inc. 


BEE 


Beecham, Inc., Beecham Laboratories Div. : 






BIB 


Beckman Instruments, Inc., Spinco Div. : 


PD 


Parke-Davis Div. of Warner-Lambert Co. 


BKC 


J. T. Baker Chemical Co. : 


PEN 


CPC International, Inc., Penick Corp. 


BOC 


Biocraft Laboratories, Inc. : 


: PFN 


Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc. 


BRS 


Bristol-Myers Co. 


PFZ 


Pfizer, Inc. and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, 


BUR 


Burroughs-Wellcome Co. : 




Inc. 






PHR 


Pharmachem Corp. 


CGY 


Clba-Geigy Corp. : 






CHO 


Cholineco, Inc. : 


: REG 


Regis Chemical Co. 


CHT 


Chattem, Inc. : 


RIK 


Riker Laboratories, Inc. Sub of 3M Co. 


CPR 


Certified Processing Corp. : 


: RIL 


Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp. 






: RSA 


R.S.A. Corp. 


DAN 


Dan River, Inc., Chemical Products Div. : 






DOW 


Dow Chemical Co. : 


SAL 


Salsbury Laboratories, Inc. 


DPW 


Deepwater , Inc . : 


: SCH 


Schering Corp. 


DUP 


E . I . duPont de Nemours & Co . , Inc . : 


SCP 


Henkel Corp. 






: SD 


Sterling Drug, Inc.: 


EK 


Eastman Kodak Co. : : 


: SD 


Sterling Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 


EKT 


Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. : 


SDH 


Hilton Davis Chemical Co. 






SDW 


Sterling Organics Div. 


FRE 


Frank Enterprises, Inc. : 


SFS 


Stauffer Chemical Co., Specialty & 


FLM 


Fleming Laboratories, Inc. : 




Intermediates Div. 






: SHC 


Shell Oil Co. Shell Chemical Co. Div. 


GAF 


GAF Corp., Chemical Group 


: SK 


SmithKline Beckman Corp., SmithKline Chanicals 


CAN 


Gane's Chemicals, Inc. : 




Div. 


GHF 


General Foods Manufacturing Corp., Maxwell 


: SPR 


Scientific Protein Laboratories 




House Coffee Div. : 


SRL 


G.D. Searle & Co. 


HET 


Hoterochemical Corp. : 


: TMH 


Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co. 


HEX 


Hexagon Laboratories, Inc. 


TNA 


Ethyl Corp. 


HFT 


Syntex Agribusiness, Inc. 


TRD 


Squibb Manufacturing, Inc. 


HOF 


Hof fmann-LaRoche, Inc. : 


: TX 


Texaco, Inc., Texaco Chemical Co. 


HZL 


Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical Products 






HYN 


Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc. 


UCC 


Union Carbide Corp. 






UPJ 


Upjohn Co. 


IMC 


International Minerals & Chemical Corp. : 










: VTM 


Vitamins, Inc. 


KLH 


Kalama Chemical, Inc. : 






KPT 


Koppers Co . , Inc . 


: WAG 


West Design-Chemical, Inc. 






WHL 


Whitmoyer Laboratories, Inc. 


LEM 


Napp Chemicals, Inc. : 


: WTL 


Pennwalt Corp., Lucidol Div. 


LIL 


Eli Lilly & Co., U.S. and Puerto Rico 


WYK 


Wyckott Chemical Co., Inc. 


LLI 


Lee Laboratories, Inc. : 


: HYT 


Wyeth Laboratories, Inc., Wyeth Laboratories 


NAL 


Mallinckrodt, Inc. 




Div. of American Home Products Corp. 



Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION VII -- FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS 117 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Eric Land 
202-523-0491 

Flavor and perfume materials are organic chemicals used to impart 
flavors and aromas to foods, beverages, cosmetics, and soaps. These aroma 
chemicals are also utilized to neutralize or mask unpleasant odors in 
industrial processes and products, as well as in consumer products. 

Total domestic production of flavor and perfume materials in 1984 
amounted to 178.7 million pounds. Sales of these materials in 1984 amounted 
to 114.7 million pounds, valued at $636.8 million, compared with 111.2 million 
pounds, valued at $344.8 million, in 1983. These totals do not include benzyl 
alcohol, which, before 1973, was included in flavor and perfume materials but 
is now shown in the miscellaneous cyclic section of this series. U.S. 
production of flavor and perfume materials in 1984 increased by 2.7 percent 
from the level in 1983 while the quantity of sales increased by 3.2 percent. 

Production of cyclic flavor and perfume materials in 1984 amounted to 
113.9 million pounds; sales amounted to 83.3 million pounds, valued at $581.6 
million. Individual publishable chemicals in the cyclic group produced in the 
greatest volume in 1984 were anethole and eugenol. 

U.S. output of acyclic flavor and perfume materials in 1984 amounted to 
64.8 million pounds; sales of these materials amounted to 31.4 million pounds, 
valued at $55.2 million. Monosodium glutamate was by far the most important 
of the acyclic chemicals in 1984, although the data are not publishable. 
Other important acyclic compounds included are linalyl alcohol and geraniol. 



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TABLI 1.— FLAVOB AMD PEBTUMI MATEKIALS: U.S. PKODUCTIOH AID 8ALI8, 19B4 

[Llitad balow are all aynthetic organic flavor and parfuma matarials for which any raportad data on production 
or sales may be published. (Leaders (...) are used Where the reported data are accepted In confidence and 
may not be published or where no data ware reported.) Table 2 lists all flavor and perfume materials for 
which data on 'production and/or sales were reported and Identifies the manufacturers of each] 



FLAVOR AND PEBFUME MATERIALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE 



1,000 
pounds 



Grand total- 



CYCLIC 



Total 

Benzenold and Haphthalanold 
Total 



4-Allyl-2-mathoxyphenol (Euganol) 

Benzyl propionate 

Phanethyl Isobutyrata ~ 

2-Phenethyl phenylacetate 

Phenylacataldehyde, dimethyl acatal 

p-Propanylanlsole (Anethola) 

All other benzenold and naphthalanoid matarlala- 

Tarpanold, Hataracycllc, and Acyclic 

Total 



Cedryl acatata 

lononas 

Methyl lonona (a and B) 

Y-Methyllonone — — — 

Vetlvenyl acetate 

All other terpenoid, hatarocycllc, and alicycllc 
materials 



ACYCLIC 



Total- 



Cltronallyl acetate 

Cltronallyl formate 

3, 7-Dlmethyl-cls-2,6-octadlan-l-ol acatata (Haryl 

acetate) 

3, 7-Dlmethyl 6-octen-l-Ol (Cltronallol) 

Ethyl heptanoate 

Ceranyl acatata 

Ceranyl butyrata 

Ceranyl formate 

2-Hexenal .___. _ _____ _________ 

Isopentyl acetatedsoamyl acatata 

Isopentyl butyrate 

Isopentyl laovalerata 

Lauraldehyde- -_ 

All other acyclic matarlala 



9B.029 



45 

23 

140 

3,191 

94,270 



15.8B4 



199 
177 
297 
591 
30 

14,590 



25 
1,574 



9 

112 
99 
24 

130 
62,501 



1,000 
pounde 



71.794 



16 

13B 

3.147 

68.199 



11.493 



115 
168 
384 



23 
1,361 



83 
29,613 



1,000 
do I tare 



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535.907 



35 

106 

673 

7,664 

526,293 



45.706 



1,082 

1,607 

3,185 

660 

39.172 



55.189 



263 

121 



114 
4,662 



53 

185 

81 

625 

48,458 



Per 

pound 

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5.96 
6.57 
4.87 
2.44 
7.72 



8.30 
47.12 



4.95 
3.43 



2.09 
4.62 
7.58 



Calculated from the unrounded figures. 



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TABLE 3. —FLAVOR AND PERFUME MATERIALS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of flavor and perfume materials to the U.S. Inter- 
national Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 



CODE 


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: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




ABB 


Abbott Laboratories : 


KLH 


Kalama Chemical, Inc. 






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American Bio-Synthetics Corp. : 










ARS 


Arsynco, Inc. : 


HON 


Monsanto Co. 






ARZ 


Arizona Chemical Co. : 


MRF 


Horflex Chemical Co., Inc. 






BDS 


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NW 


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Northwestern Chemical Co. 


Aromatics 


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CI 


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Orbis Products Corp. 






DOW 


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Parke-Davis, Div. of Warner-Lambert Co. 
Pfizer, Inc. 




ELN 


Elan Chemical Co. : 


RDA 


Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. 




FB 


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R.S.A. Corp. 




FEL 


Felton International, Inc. : 


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Ritter International 




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Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc. : 


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Scher Chemicals, Inc. 




GIV 


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Stauffer Chemical Co., Food Ingredients 


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Searle Food Resources, Inc. 






HOF 


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Sherwin-Williams Co., Chemica 


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HFC 


Hercules, Inc. : 


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Union Carbide Corp. 






IFF 


International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc. : 


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Ungerer & Co. 







Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION VIII -- PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 133 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Edward J. Taylor 
202-523-3709 

Plastics and resin materials are high molecular weight polymers which, at 
some stage in their manufacture, exist in such physical condition that they 
can be shaped or otherwise processed by the application of heat and pressure. 
The terms "plastics," "resin," and "polymers," can be (and often are) used 
interchangeably by the trade. Depending on the chemical composition, 
manufacturing process, or intended use, the commercial products may contain 
plasticizers, fillers, extenders, stabilizers, coloring agents, or other 
additives. There are about 40 to 50 basic plastics and resins which are 
available commercially. These basic materials are available in literally 
thousands of individual compounds each with its distincts properties depending 
on the molecular weight of the resin and the types and amounts of the 
additives present. Plastics materials may be molded, cast, or extruded into 
semifinished or finished solid forms. Resin materials may be in the form of 
solutions, pastes, or emulsions for applications such as protective coatings, 
adhesives, or paper and textile treatment. 

Statistics on U.S. production and sales of synthetic plastics and resin 
materials for 1984 are given in table 1. U.S. production of plastics and 
resin materials in 1984 totaled 48,255 million pounds, or 9.0 percent more 
than the 44,281 million pounds produced in 1983. Sales in 1984 totaled 40,751 
million pounds, valued at $20,923 million, compared with 38,075 million 
pounds, valued at $18,371 million, in 1983. 

Thermosetting materials are those which harden with a change in 
composition in the final treatment so that in their final state as finished 
articles they are substantially infusible and insoluble; that is, they cannot 
again be softened by heat or solvents. U.S. production of thermosetting 
materials totaled 7,997 million pounds in 1984, compared with 7,215 million 
pounds in 1983. Production of the most important products in 1984 included 
phenolic (1,656 million pounds), amino (or urea and melamine) resins (1,619 
million pounds), polyester resins, unsaturated (1,372 million pounds), and 
alkyd resins (783 million pounds). 

Thermoplastic materials are those which in their final state as finished 
articles can be repeatedly softened by heat and hardened by a decrease in 
temperature. U.S. production of thermoplastic materials totaled 40,257 
million pounds in 1984 (or 83.4 percent of the total plastics and resin 
materials output for 1984), compared with 37,065 million pounds in 1983. 
Production of the most important products in 1984 included polyethylene 
(15,003 million pounds), polypropylene (5,216 million pounds), vinyl resins 
(8,292 million pounds), and styrene type materials (6,857 million pounds). 



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135 



TABLE 1. —PLASTICS AHD RBSIH HATBEIALS: U.S. PRODUCTIOB AHD SALES, 1984 



[Quantities and values are given in terms of the total weight of the materials (dry basis). Listed below are 
all plastics and resin materials, urethane type elastomers, and certain precursors for which any reported 
data on production or sales may be published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted 
in confidence and may not be published or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all products for 
Which data on production and/or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each) 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 



Grand total- 



THERMOSETTING RESINS 



Total- 



Alkyd resins, total 

Alkyd-acrylate copolymer resins 

Phthalic anhydride type 

Polybasic acid type 

Styrenated-alVyds or copolymer alkyds- 

Vinyl toluene alkyds 

Other copolymer alkyds 



Epoxy resins: 

Unmodified 

Advanced 

Furfuryl type resins 

Glyoxal-formaldehyde resins 

Melamine-formaldehyde resins (an amino resin) — 

Phenolic and other tar acid resins 

Polyester resins, unsaturated 

Polyether and polyester polyols for urethanes - 

Polyurethane elastomers and plastics products, 
total 

Elastomers ' 

Plastics 



Silicone resins 

Urea-formaldehyde resins (an amino resin)- 
Other thermosetting resins ■ 



THERMOPLASTIC RESINS 



Total- 



Acrylic resins, total 

Butyl acrylate-ethyl acrylate copolymers resins- 
Homopolymer resins, except PMMA, of acrylic or 

methacrylic acid esters 

Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) 

Thermosetting acrylics 

Other acrylics 



Engineering plastics 

Petroleum hydrocarbons resins- 



Nylon type 
Non-nylon type- 



PRODUCTION 



1,000 

pounds 

dry baeie^ 

48.25A.776 



783.058 



9,600 
656,936 
50,079 
13,066 
28,438 
24,939 



445,511 

(301,073) 

24,432 

15,554 

229,475 

1,656,299 

1,371,995 

1,542,224 



216,763 
168,348 

16,062 
,389,991 
137,566 



40.257.498 



1.360.778 



27,630 

82,980 
503,686 
130,688 
615,794 

744,228 
292,135 



316,891 
69,405 



1,000 

pounds 

dpy basis' 



6.419.946 



449.841 



382,677 
30,770 

5,890 
26,212 

4,292 



348,485 

(129,989) 

24,245 

9,010 

173,607 

1,245,999 

1,308,424 

1,210,702 



268.246 



171.484 
96,762 

13,546 

1,219,871 

147,970 



17,552 
341,856 

26,418 
567,555 

541,671 
245,519 

372.534 



309.421 
63,113 



1,000 
dollars 



290.869 



235,250 
28,196 

3,950 
18,351 

5,122 



457,610 

(187,697) 

18,734 

10,372 

152,141 

686,473 

842,557 

754,700 



303,476 
105,781 

57,644 
238,214 
124,973 



16.879.094 



996.194 



28,677 
357.842 

32,632 
577,043 

885,992 
116,824 



496,619 
69,524 



UNIT 

value' 



Per 
pound 



$0.51 



(1.44) 
.77 



See footnote at end of table. 



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TABLE 1. — PLASTICS AMD RESIN MATERIALS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 

value' 



THERMOPLASTICS RESINS — Continued 



Polyester resins, saturated, total 
Polybutylene terephthalate, (PBT)- 
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)-- 
Other saturated polyesters 



1,000 

pounds 

dry basis^ 

1.191.384 



1,000 

pounds 

dry basis^ 



1,000 
do I tars 



770.425 



Polyethylene resins, total 

Ethylene-vinyl acetate and other copolymer 

resins 

Specific gravity 0.940 and below" 

Specific gravity over 0.940 



112,872 

1,023,947 

54,565 

15.003.227 



54,449 

801,795 

46,295 

13.428.392 



78,700 

657,324 

34,401 



Polypropylene resins 

Polyterpene resins 

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) resins- 



382,590 
8,559,395 
6,061,242 

5,216,443 
34,681 
28,361 



316,114 
7,496,690 
5,615,588 

4,022,896 
36,355 
22,945 



177,721 
2,962,810 
1,944,326 

1,534,552 

27,629 

139,425 



Rosin modifications, total 

Modified rosin (unesterif ied) 

Modified rosin esters 

Rosin esters, unmodified (Ester gums)- 



Styrene plastics materials, total 

Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene terpolymer (ABS) 

resins 

Expandable polystyrene beads 

Rubber modified polystyrene 

Straight polystyrene 

Styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer resins (SAN) 

All other styrene copolymer resins 

Styrene-butadiene latexes 

All other styrene latexes 

All other styrene plastics materials''* 



194,346 

146,667 

50,li2 

6.856.998 



186,001 

137,797 

47,318 

5.867.107 



65,693 
90,433 
31,768 



Vinyl resins, total' ^ 

Polyvinyl acetate 

Polyvinyl alcohol" 

Polyvinyl chloride and copolymers 

Polyvinylidene chloride resins, latex type- 
Vinyl acetate-acrylate copolymers 

Other vinyl and vinylidene resins 



1,220,289 

486,874 

1,406,717 

1,916,593 

658,972 

311,130 

595,805 

71,957 

188,661 

8.291.936 



1,106,845 

480,108 

1,397,923 

1,315,177 

531,911 

233,516 

588,073 

43,740 

169,814 

7.306.868 



925,522 
284,078 
633,236 
463,626 
261,212 
182,600 
388,382 
32,446 
185,537 

2.767.335 



All other thermoplastic resins 



676,948 
165,746 
,827,541 
28,496 
323,204 
270,001 

459,906 



505,970 
147,983 
6,161,105 
26,750 
286,622 
178,438 

259,307 



299,196 
124,992 
,951,904 
22,738 
123,221 
245,284 

445,185 



Per 
pound 



to. 85 



.82 

.74 



.66 

.74 

1.09 



.84 
.32 



.43 
1.37 



'calculated from unrounded figures. 

"^Dry weight basis unless otherwise specified. Dry weight basis is the total weight of the materials 
including resin and coloring agents, extenders, fillers, plasticizers, and other additives, but excluding 
water and other liquid diluents unless they are an integral part of the materials. 

'includes reactive diluents which are an integral part of the resin. Excludes the weight of hardeners sold 
in association with the resin as part of a two-component system. 

""Data shown for advanced epoxy resins are that part of the unmodified epoxy resins which is further 
processed; therefore, the total in parentheses are not included in the grand total. 

^Polyester resins are unsaturated alkyd resins, later to be copolymerized with a monomer (Such as styrene or 
methyl methacrylate) , and polyallyl resins (such as diallyl phthalate and diglycol carbonate). Data are on an 
"as sold" basis, including monomer if part of the resin system. 

'in addition to the polyols, the other principal starting materials used in the production of urethane 
products are the isocyanic acid derivatives, mainly the 80/20 mixture of toluene-2,4- and 2,6-diisocyanate. 
Statistics for the isocyanic acid derivatives are reported in the "Cyclic Intermediates" section of the 
Synthetic Organic Chemicals report. 

'The data on urethane elastomers are believed to be not fully representative of the total urethane market in 
view of the very large number of urethane elastomer producers. 

'includes acetone-formaldehyde resins, dicyandiamide resins, polybutadiene resins, thiourea resins, and 
certain other thermosetting resins. 

'Does not include production or sales for fiber use. 



VIII -- PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS 137 

rooTHOTis— conmuio 

'"Engineering plastics: Includes acetal, polycarbonate, polyimide and amlde-imide polymers, polyphenylene 
oxide, polyphenylene sulfide and polysulfone. Engineering plastics are defined in Whittington'a Dictionary of 
Plastics , as "All plastics, with or without fillers or reinforcements, which have mechanical, chemical and 
thermal properties suitable for use in construction, machine components and chemical processing equipment." 
The above list of pl'astics (all of which are thermoplastic) was selected from a larger group in this source. 
Certain other plasties named in Whittington's Dictionary as engineering plastics, such as ABS resins, acrylic 
resins, and nylon renins, are not included in the above list as they are published separately. 

' 'Statistics for nylon 6 and nylon 6/6 which are used in plastics applications (e.g., molding, etc.) are 
included here. 

'2 Statistics are included here for polyethylene terephthalate used in plastics applications (e.g., molding, 
etc.) Statistics also are included here for production only when the starting materials are converted 
directly to a finished productd.e. , "In altu" production), polyester film and tape are examples of such a 
conversion. 

''Combines conventional low density polyethylene resins with linear low density polyethylene resins. 

''• Includes data for a-methyl styrene polymers, p-methyl styrene polymers, methyl methacrylate-butadiene- 
styrene (MBS) resins, styrene-allyl alcohol copolymer resins, styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer resins, 
styrene-maleic anhydride copolymers resins, styrene-methyl methacrylate copolymers resins, and other styren* 
type plastics material. 

'^Data are on the basis of dry resin content, excluding the weight of plasticizers, extenders, fillers 
coloring agents, stabilizers, or impact modifiers, unless otherwise noted. 

'^Data for polyvinyl acetate produced and sold in latex form includes the weight of any protective colloids 
which are used as emulsion stabilizers and form an integral part of the resin system. Production and sales do 
not include polyvinyl acetate used as a reactive intermediate for polyvinyl alcohol or other vinyl resins. 

' 'Production and sales do not Include polyvinyl alcohol used as a reactive intermediates for polyvinyl 
butyral or other vinyl resins. 

'"Includes polyvinyl butyral, polyvinyl formal, polyvinylldene chloride (solid type), and other vinyl resins. 

''Includes cellulose plastics, coumarone-indene resins, fluorocarbon resins (except PTFE), polybutylene type 
resins, polyphenyl aromatic ester resins, and other thermoplastic materials. 

Mote. — Data reported to the U.S. International Trade Commission do not necessarily coincide with that 
reported to the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI) because of differences in both the reporting 
instructions and in the coverage of certain resins. 



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TABLE 3.— PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS: DIRECTORY OP MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORy BY CODE 

(Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of plastics and resin materials to the U.S. 
International Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as 
used in table 2] 



143 











CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY : 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


ABS 


Abex Corp., Friction Products Div..-U.S. : 


: CRS 


Colorado Resins, Inc. 


ACR 


CPC International, Inc., Acme Resin Corp. : 


: CSD 


Cosden Oil & Chemical Co. 


ACO 


Adco Chemical Co. : 


: CTP 


Continential Polymers, Inc. 


ACY 


American Cyanamid Co. : 


: CTR 


Custom Resins Div. of Bemis Co., Inc. 


ADC 


Anderson Development Co. : 


: OWN 


Upjohn Co., Fine Chemical Div. 


AEP 


A & E Plastics Corp. : 


: CYR 


CYRO Industries 


ACS 


Allied Corp., Chemical Section : 


: CXI 


Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 


AGI 


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AIP 


Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. : 


DA 


Diamond Shamrock Corp., Chemicals Co. 


AMO 


Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) : 


DAN 


Dan River, Inc., Chemical Products Div. 


APH 


The Alpha Corporation of Tennessee : 


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Dow Coming Corp. 


API 


Asoma Polymers, Inc. : 


DEG 


Degen Oil & Chemical Co., Inc. 


APX 


Apex Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: DGO 


Day-Glo Color Corp. 


ARA 


Syntex Chemical, Inc. : 


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Dennis Chemical Co. 


ARK 


Armstrong World Industries, Inc. : 


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Dow Chemical Co. 


ARO 


Amco 


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Dart Polymers, Inc. Sub of Dart Container 


ARZ 


Arizona Chemical Co. : 




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ASH 


Ashland Oil, Inc. : 


DPP 


Dixie Pine Chemicals, Inc. 


ATR 


Atlantic Richfield Co., Arco Chemical Co. 


DRB 


The Derby Co . , Inc . 


AUX 


Auralux Corp. 


DRC 


Dock Resins Corp. 


AZS 


AZS Corp. & AZS Chemical Corp. : 


: DRR 


Delta Resins & Refractories 






: DSO 


DeSoto , Inc . 


BAK 


Baker International - Magna Corp. 


: DUP 


E. I. duPont de Nemours 4 Co., Inc. 


BAL 


Sherwin-Williams Co. , Consumers Div. : 






BAS 


BASF Wyandotte Corp. : 


: ECC 


Eastern Color & Chemical Co. 


BCM 


Belding Chemical Industries 


: EEP 


Eaton Corp., Industrial Polymer Product Div. 


BEN 


Bennett Paint and Glass 


EFH 


E. F. Houghton & Co. 


BFF 


Beatrice Foods Co., Parboil Co. Div. : 


EK 


Eastman Kodax Co.: 


BFG 


B. F. Goodrich Co., B. F. Goodrich Chemical 


: EKT 


Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 




Group : 


EKX 


Texas Eastman Co. Div. 


BLC 


Ranbar Technology, Inc. d/b/a Ball : 


: ELP 


El Paso Products Co. 




Chemical Co. : 


: EHR 


Emery Chemicals Div. of National Distillers & 


BMC 


Brin-Mont Chemicals, Inc. : 




Chemical Corp. 


BHE 


Allied Bendix Corp., Friction Materials Div. : 


ENJ 


Exxon Chemical Americas 


BOR 


Borden, Inc., Borden Chemical Div. : 


ENP 


Insilco Corp., Enterprise Companies Div. 


BPT 


Beatrice Foods Co., Permuthane Div. : 


EPI 


Eagle Pitcher Industries, Ohio Rubber 


BRU 


M. A. Bruder S Sons, Inc. 




Co. Div. 


BSC 


Cascade Resins, Inc. : 


EW 


Westinghouse Electric Corp., Insulating 
Materials Div. 


CAS 


Caschem, Inc. : 






CBD 


Chembond Corp. : 


: FJI 


Foy- Johnston, Inc. 


CCC 


C.N.C. Chemical Corp. 


FLH 


H. B. Fuller Co. 


CCS 


Colorado Chemical Specialties, Inc. : 


FLN 


Franklin International 


CEI 


Combustion Engineering, Inc., C-E : 


: FMO 


Ford Motor Co., Paint Plant 




Cast Products : 


FMC 


FMC Corp. 


CEL 


Celanese Corp. : : 


FOC 


Handschy Industries, Inc., Farac Varnishes & 




Celanese Engineering Resin : 




Chemicals 




Celanese Specialty Resins : 


FOR 


Formosa Plastics Corp. - U.S.A. 


CFX 


Chemfax, Inc. : 


: FRE 


Freeman Chemical Corp. 


CGL 


Cargill, Inc. : 


FRP 


FRP Co. 


CGY 


Ciba-Geigy Corp. : 






CHC 


Carpenter Chemical Co. : 


GAF 


GAF Corp., Chemical Group 


CHP 


C. H. Patrick & Co. , Inc. 


: GAI 


Glasurit America, Inc. 


CJO 


C. J. Osbom Chemicals, Inc. : 


: GE 


General Electric Co.: 


CLK 


Clark Oil & Refining Corp. 


: GEI 


Insulting Materials 


CLU 


Core-Lube, Inc. : 


: GLC 


General Latex & Chemical Corp. 


CMP 


Commercial Products Co., Inc. : 


GNT 


Gencorp Polymer Div. 


CNI 


Conap , Inc . : 


: GOC 


Gulf Oil Corp., Gulf Oil Products Co. 


CNT 


Certainteed Corp. : 


GP 


Georgia-Pacific Corp.: 


COO 


The Terrell Corp. : 




Plaquemlne Div. 


CPV 


Cook Paint & Varnish Co. : 




PVC Compound Div. 


CPX 


Chemplex Co. : 




Resins Operations 



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TABLE 3.— PLASTICS AND RESIN MATERIALS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984— Continued 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY : 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




GRD 
ORG 
GRV 


W. R. Gr^ce & Co., Polymers & Chemical Div. 

P. D. George Co. : 

Guardsman Chemicals, Inc. : 


NWP 


Northern Petrochemical Co. 


: OBC 


O'Brien Corp. 




GYR 


Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. : 


: OCF 
: OMC 


Owens-Coming Fiberglas Corp. 
01 in Corp. 




HAN 


Hanna Chemical Coating Corp. : 








HER 


Heresite-Saekaphen, Inc. : 


: PAC 


Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp. 




HGC 


Goodson Chemical Corp. : 


: PAI 


Polymer Applications, Inc. 




HIM 


Himont U.S.A. , Inc. 


: PAS 


Pennwalt Corp. 






Occidental Chemical Corp.: : 


: PDI 


Phelps Dodge Industries, Inc., Phelps 


Dodge 


HKD 


Durez Div. : 




Magnet Wire Co. Div. 




HKP 


PVC Div. : 


: PEL 


Pelron Corp. 




HN 


Tenneco Polymer, Inc. : 


: PER 


Perry i Derrick Co., Inc. 




HPC 


Hercules, Inc. : 


: PKI 


Perkins Industries, Inc. 




HST 


American Hoechst Corp.: : 


: PKL 


Plaskolite, Inc. 






Hoechst Fiber Industries Div. : 


: PKP 


Plaskon Products, Inc. 






Petrochemicals/Plastics Group : 


: PLC 


Phillips Petroleum Co. 






Plastics Div. : 


: PLN 


Disogrin Industries Corp. 




HVG 


Ametek, Inc., Haveg Div. : 


: PLR 


Polysar, Inc.: 




HXL 


Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical Products : 




Latex Div. 




HYC 


Dexter Corp., Hysol Div. : 


: PLS 


Resins Div. 
Plastics Engineering Co. 




ICF 


Inmont Corp. : 


: PMC 


Plastics Manufacturing Co. 




ICI 


ICI Americas, Inc. & Chemicals Div. 


: PNT 


Pantasote, Inc., Film/Compound 




INL 


Van Leer Containers, Inc. : 


: PPG 


PPG Industries, Inc. 




INP 


Synair Corp. : 


: PPL 


Pioneer Plastics Div. of LOF Plastics 


Inc. 


IOC 


Sybron Chemical, Inc. 


: PRC 


Products Research & Chemical Corp. 




lOV 


lovite. Inc. : 


: PRT 


Pratt & Lambert, Inc. 




IPC 


Interplastic Corp. : 


: PSL 


Plaslok Corp. 




IRI 


Ironsides Co. : 


: PST 
: PTC 


Perstorp Compounds, Inc. 
Polycast Technology Corp. 




JNS 


S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. : 


: PVI 


Polyvinyl Chemical Industries 




JOB 


Jones-Blair Co. : 


: PYI 


Polymer Industries 




JSC 


Sybron Chemical, Inc. : 


: PYZ 


Polyrez Co. , Inc. 




KMC 


Komac Paint, Inc. : 


: QCP 


Quaker Chemical Corp. 




KMP 


Kelly-Moore Paint Co., Inc. : 


: QUN 


K. J. Quinn & Co. , Inc. 




KPT 


Koppers Co . , Inc . : 








KTP 


Kent Polymers, Inc. : 


RAB 


Raymark Corp. 




KYS 


Keysor Corp. : 


: RAS 
: RBI 


Raffi and Swanson, Inc. 
Reeves Brothers, Inc. 




LC 


Lord Corp . , Chemicals Products Group : 


: RCD 


Richardson Polymer Corp. 




Lie 


Lilly Industrial Coatings, Inc. : 


: RCI 


Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. 




Lll 


Lawter International, Inc. : 


: REL 


Reliance Universal, Inc., Louisville Resins 








Operations 




MCA 


Masonite Corp., Alpine Div. : 


RH 


Rohm & Haas Co. 




MCB 


Borg-Wamer Corp., Borg-Wamer Chemicals : 


: RPC 


Millmaster Onyx Group, Lyndall Chemical Co. 


MCC 


McCloskey Corp., McCloskey Varnish Co. : 




Div. 




MCC 


McCloskey Varnish Co. of the N.W. : 


: RSN 


Rilsan Corp. 




MCC 


McCloskey Varnish Co. of the West : 


: RTC 


Riegel Textile Corp., Riechem Div. 




MID 


Dexter Corp., Midland Div. : 


RUO 


Ruco Polymers Corp. 




MIL 


Milliken S Co., Milliken Chemicals Co. : 








MMM 


Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. : 


: S 


Sandoz, Inc., Colors & Chemicals Div. 




MNP 


McWhorter, Inc. : 


: SAC 


Southeastern Adhesives Co. 




MOB 


Mobay Chemical Co., Pittsburgh Div. : 


: SAR 


Leski, Inc. 




MON 


Monsanto Corp. : 


SBG 


Samuel Bingham Co. 




MRT 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton : 


: SCM 


SCM Corp., Coatings 4 Resins Div. 






Chemical Co. Div. 


: SCN 
: SCO 


Schenectady Chemicals, Inc. 
Scholler, Inc. 




NCI 


Union Camp Corp., Chemical Products Div. : 


: SCP 


Henkel Corp. 




NCJ 


National Casein of New Jersey : 


: SDH 


Sterling Drug, Inc., Hilton Davis Chemical Co. 


NCP 


Niles Chemical Paint Co. and Kordell : 




Div. 






Industries Div. : 


: SHC 


Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div 




NEV 


Neville Chemical Co. : 


: SHT 


Shintech, Inc. 




NSC 


National Starch & Chemical Corp. : 


: SHX 


Sherex Chemical Co., Inc. 




NTC 


National Casein Co. : 


: SIC 


Sohio Chemicals Co., Silmar Div. 




NVM 


Nevamar Corp . : 


: SIM 


Simpson Timber Co. 





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TABLE 3.— PLASTICS AMD RESIB MATERIALS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984— CONTIHUED 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY : 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


SKT 


Textron, Inc., Spencer Kellogg Div. : 


: UNO 


United-Erie, Inc. 


SLC 


Soluol Chem Co., Inc. : 


: UOC 


Union Oil Co. of California 


SLT 


Soltex Polymer Corp. 


: UPJ 


Upjohn Co. and Polymer Chemical Div. 


SH 


Mobil Oil Corp. : : 


: UPS 


Upjohn Co. 




Mobil Chemical Co.: : 


: USI 


National Distillers & Chemical Corp.: 




Chemical Coatings Div. : 




U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co.: 




Petrochemical Div. : 




National Petro Chemical Corp. 


SNW 


Sun Chemical Corp., Chemicals Div. : 


USH 


Emhart Corp., Bostik U.S. Div. 


SDR 


MW Manufacturers, Inc., Southern Resin : 


: USR 


Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Group 




Div. : 


: USS 


U.S. Steel Corp., USS Chemicals Div. 


SPC 


Insilco Corp., Sinclair Paint Co. Div. : 






SPD 


General Electric Co., Silicone Products : 


VAL 


United Merchants & Manufacturers, Inc., 




Dept. : 




Valchem Div. 


SPL 


Spaulding Fiber Co., Inc., Industrial : 


: VIT 


Vititek Corp. 




Plastics Div. : 


VPC 


Mobay Chemical Corp., Dye & Pigment Div. 


SRY 


Synray Corp. : 


VSP 


The Valspar Corp. 


STC 


American Hoechst Corp., Sou-Tex Works : 


: VST 


Vista Polymers, Inc. 


SW 


Sherwin-Williams Co., Chemical Div. : 


VSV 


Valentine Sugars, Inc., Valite Div. 


SYL 


Sylvachem Corp. : 






SYT 


Synthron, Inc. : 


WCA 


West Coast Adhesives Co. 






WLN 


Wilmington Chemical Corp. 


TNA 


Ethyl Corp. : 


: WM 


Inolex Chemical Co. 


TX 


Texaco, Inc., Texaco Chemical Co. : 


WPG 


West Point-Pepperell, Inc., Griff tex Chemical 


TXS 


Texstyrene Plastics, Inc. : 




Co. Sub. 






WRD 


Weyerhaeuser Co. 


UCC 


Union Carbide Corp. : 


: WTC 


Witco Chemical Corp. 



Note. — Complete names, 
the appendix. 



telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 



SECTION IX -- RUBBER PROCESSING CHEFIICALS 1^7 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Jesse Lawrence Johnson 
202-523-0127 

Rubber-processing chemicals are organic compounds that are added to 
natural and synthetic rubber to give them qualities necessary for their 
conversion into finished rubber goods. In this report, statistics are given 
for cyclic and acyclic compounds by use — such as accelerators, antioxidants, 
and vulcanizing agents. Data on production and sales of rubber-processing 
chemicals in 1984 are given in table 1.^ 

Production of rubber-processing chemicals as a group in 1984 amounted to 
288 million pounds, or 2 percent less than the 293 million pounds produced in 
1983. Sales of rubber-processing chemicals in 1984 amounted to 176 million 
pounds, valued at $287 million, compared with 203 million pounds, valued at 
$312 million, in 1983. 

The production of cyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1984 amounted to 
260 million pounds, or 6 percent more than the 246 million pounds produced in 
1983. Sales of cyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1984 totaled 154 million 
pounds, valued at $261 million, compared with 163 million pounds, valued at 
$279 million, in 1983. Of the total production of cyclic rubber-processing 
chemicals in 1984, antioxidants, antiozonants , and stabilizers accounted for 
62 percent, and accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents for 34 
percent. Production of antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers, which 
amounted to 161 million pounds in 1984, included 98 million pounds of amino 
compounds and 63 million pounds of phenolic and phosphite compounds. Sales of 
amino antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers in 1984 amounted to 57 
million pounds, valued at $87 million; sales of phenolic and phosphite 
antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers were 38 million pounds, valued at 
$61 million. 

Production of acyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1984 amounted to 28 
million pounds, or 40 percent less than the 46 million pounds produced in 
1983. Sales in 1984 totaled 22 million pounds, valued at $26 million, 
compared with 40 million pounds, valued at $33 million, in 1983. 
Dithiocarbamic acid derivatives accounted for 20 percent of the production of 
acyclic rubber-processing chemicals in 1984. 



1 See table 2, which lists these products and identifies the manufacturers by 
codes . These codes are given in table 3 . 



[X -- RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS 



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TABU 1. — HUBBSR PBOCKSSUG CHBHICALS: U.S. PRODUCTIOa ABD SALES 

[Listed below are all rubber-processing chemicals for which any reported data on production or sales may be 
published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be 
published or %rtiere no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all rubber-processing chemicals for which data on 
production and/or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



RUBBER-PROCESSING CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE' 



Grand Total 

CYCLIC 

Total 

Accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents 
total 

Thiazole derivatives, total 

2,2'-Dithiobis[benzothiazole) 

2-Mercaptobenzothiazole 

All other thiazole derivatvies 

All other accelerators, activators, and 

vulcanizing agents^ ' 

Antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers, total 

Amino compounds, total 

Substituted p-phenylenediamines 

All other amino compounds'* 

Phenolic and phosphite compounds, total 

Phosphites 

Polyphenolics (including bisphenols) 

All other phenolic and phosphite compounds 

All other cyclic rubber-processing chemicals' 

ACYCLIC 

Total 

Accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents, 

total 

Dithiocarbamlc acid derivatives, total' 

Dibutyldithiocarbamic acid, nickel salt 

All other accelerators, activators, and 

agents^ 

All other acyclic rubber-processing chemicals" 



1,000 
pounds 



259.777 



89.578 



80,269 
7,755 

72,514 

9,309 

160.706 



98,023 
57,944 
40,079 
62,683 
48,509 
6,640 
7,534 

9,493 



3,173 
19,039 



1,000 
pounds 

175.909 



49.579 



42,765 
6,892 
6,531 

29,342 

6,814 
95.775 



57,434 
30,266 
27,168 
38,341 

7,846 
30,495 



1,000 

dollars 



81.76 7 



62,719 
8,548 
5,671 

48,500 

19,048 
148.594 



87,109 
48,806 
38,303 
61,485 

22,244 
39,241 



1,788 
24,020 



Per 
pound 

>1.63 



1.65 



1.47 

1.24 

.87 

1.65 

2.80 

1.55 



1.52 
1.61 
1.41 
1.60 

2.84 
1.29 



'Calculated from unrounded figures. 

2lncludes aldehyde-amine reaction products, guanidines, dithiocarbamates, and other accelerators, 
activators, and vulcanizing agents. 

3Data on dithiocarbamates included in this table are for materials used chiefly in the processing of natural 
and synthetic rubber. Data on dithiocarbamates, which are used chiefly as fungicides, are included in the 
section on "Pesticides and Related Products." 

It Includes aldehyde- and acetone-amine reactions products. 

sAlso includes other antioxidants, antiozonants, and stabilizers. 

(Includes blowing agents, peptizers, and other cyclic rubber-processing chemicals. 

Tincludes thiurams, xanthates, sulfides, and other accelerators, activators, and vulcanizing agents. 

eincludes blowing agents, polymerization regulators, shortstops, and other acyclic rubber processing 
chemical. 



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TABLE 3. — RUBBEB-PROCESSIHG CHEMICALS: DIRECTORy OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of rubber-processing chemicals to the U.S. Interna- 
tional Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 21 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


ACY 


American Cyanamid Co. : 


: MCB 


Borg-Wamer Corp., Borg -Warner Chemicals 


ALC 


Alco Chemical Corp. 


MON 


Monsanto Co. 


BFG 


B. F. Goodrich Co., B. F. Goodrich Chemical : 
Group : 


NEV 


Neville Chemical Co. 






OMC 


Olin Corp. 


DUP 


E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc. : 










: PAS 


Pennwalt Corp. 


FER 


Ferro Corp., Ferro Chemical Div. 


PLC 


Phillips Petroleum Co. 


GYR 


Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. : 


: RBC 


Fike Chemicals, Inc. 






: RCI 


Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. 


HXL 


Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical Products : 










: UPM 


UOP, Inc., UOP Process Div. 


ICI 


ICI Americas, Inc., Chemicals Div. : 


USR 


Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Group 


KPI 


Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. : 


: VNC 


Vanderbilt Chemical Corp. 



Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION X -- ELASTOMERS 157 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Edward J. Taylor 
202-523-3709 

Elastomers (synthetic rubber) are high polymeric materials with properties 
similar to those of natural rubber. The term "elastomers" as used in this re- 
port means a substance, whether in bale, crumb, powder, latex, or other crude 
form, which can be vulcanized or similarly processed into a material that can 
be stretched to at least twice its original length; and, after having been so 
stretched and the stress removed, will return with force to approximately 
their original length. U.S. production and sales of elastomers in 1984 are 
shown in table 1 . 

Total U.S. production^ of synthetic rubber in 1984 amounted to 4,609 
million pounds, an increase of 14.9 percent from that produced in 1983. Total 
sales of elastomers in 1984 amounted 2,686 million pounds, a decrease of 0.10 
percent from that sold in 1983. 

Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR, or S-type rubber) in 1984 continued to be 
the elastomer produced in the greatest quantity as it has been for more than a 
quarter of a century. U.S. production of S-type rubber, including 22 million 
pounds of its vinylpyridine sub-type, amounted to 2,000 million pounds in 
1984. Solution polymerized butadiene rubber, a stereo type elastomer, was 
produced domestically in 1984 in the next largest amount — 6 75 million pounds. 
Other principal types of synthetic elastomers for which U.S. production data 
are reported separately are ethylene-propylene rubber, production of which was 
435 million pounds in 1984; and butadiene-acrylonitrile (NBR-type) rubber, 
production of which was 146 million pounds. 

Sales of S-type rubber by U.S. producers in 1984 amounted to 970 million 
pounds. Sales of solution pol3anerized butadiene rubber amounted to 291 
million pounds, and those of ethylene-propylene rubber to 349 million pounds. 
Sales of NBR-type rubber in 1984 amounted to 104 million pounds. 



* See also table 2 which lists these products and indicates the manufacturers 
of each by code. The codes are identified by company name in table 3. 

Urethane type elastomers are now included in the section "Plastics and 
Resin Materials." 



ELASTOMERS 



159 



TABLE 1. —ELASTOMERS (SYFTHSTIC RUBBER): U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 

(Listed below are elastomers (synthetic rubber) for which reported data on production or sales may be 

published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be 

published or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all elastomers for which data on production and/or 
sales were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



ELASTOMERS 



PRODUCTION ' 



UNIT , 
VALUE' 



Grand total 

Butadiene-acrylonitrile type (NBR-type) 

Ethylene-propylene type (EP-type) 

Polyacrylate ester type 

Polybutadiene (solution polymerized) type (BR-type) 

Styrene-butadiene type (SBR-type) 

Styrene-butadiene-vinylpyridine type 

All other elastomers'* 



1,000 
pounds 

4.609.305 



1,000 
pounds 

2.685.808 



1,000 
dollars 



2.266.325 



145,859 

435,048 

6,249 

675,412 

1,977,321 

22,420 

1,346,996 



104,342 
348,898 
4,675 
291,239 
970,139 

966,515 



106,127 
274,844 
10,124 
160,164 
442,840 

1,272,226 



Per 
pound 



$0.84 



'The term "elastomers" is defined as substance in bale, crumb, powder, latex, and other crude forms which 
can be vulcanized or similarly processed into materials that can be stretched at 68° F. to at least twice 
their original length and, after having been stretched and the stress removed, will return with force to 
approximately their original length. 

^Includes oil content of oil-extended elastomers. 

' Calculated from unrounded figures. 

"includes acrylic ester, butyl, chlorinated natural rubber, chloroprene, epichlorohydrin, fluorinated 
elastomers, polybutadiene type (emulsion), polyisoprenes, polysulfide, silicone type, 
styrene-butadiene-vinylpyridine type (sales only), and miscellaneous elastomers. 



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TABLE 3 . —ELASTOMERS (SYHTHBTIC RUBBEB) : DIRECTORY OF MAHUFACTURERS . 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of elastomers to the U.S. International Trade 
Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2) 



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NAME OF COMPANY 



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DUP 

ENJ 

FRS 



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GRD 
GYR 



American Cyanamid Co. 
Anderson Development Co. 
American Synthetic Rubber Corp. 

B. F. Goodrich Co., B. F. Goodrich Chemical 
Group 

Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp. 

Dow Coming Corp. 

Denka Chemical Corp. 

E. I. duPont de Nemours 4 Co., Inc. 

Exxon Chemical Americas 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Firestone 
Synthetic Rubber & Latex Co. Div. 

Gencorp, Polymers Div. 

W. R. Grace & Co., Polymers & Chemical Div. 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 



MHM 
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PLC 
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PRC 
PTS 

SHC 
SPD 
SWS 

USR 

WAY 



Hercules , Inc . 

Lord Corp., Chemical Products Group 

Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. 
Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton Chemical Co. Div. 

Phillips Petroleum Co. 
Polysar, Inc., Latex Div. 
Products Research & Chemical Corp. 
Petrarch Systems, Inc. 

Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div. 
General Electric Co., Silicone Products Dept. 
Stauffer Chemical Co., SWS Silicones Div. 

Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Group 

Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corp., Organic Chemical 
Div. 



Note. 
of the 



— Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 
appendix. 



SECTION XI -- PLASTICIZERS 163 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Jesse Lawrence Johnson 
202-523-0127 

Plasticizers are organic chemicals that are added to synthetic plastics 
and resin materials to (1) improve workability during fabrication, (2) extend 
or modify the natural properties of these materials, or (3) develop new im- 
proved properties not present in the original material. Table 1 presents 
statistics on U.S. production and sales of plasticizers in as great a detail 
as is possible without revealing the operations of individual producers. 

U.S. production of plasticizers totaled 1,788 million pounds in 1984, an 
increase of 4.5 percent from the 1,710 million pounds reported for 1983. 
Sales of plasticizers totaled 1,685 million pounds, valued at $849 million, in 
1984, compared with 1,597 million pounds, valued at $775 million, in 1983. 

Production of cyclic plasticizers in 1984, which consisted chiefly of the 
esters of phthalic anhydride, phosphoric acid, and trimellitic acid, amounted 
to 1,338 million pounds, an increase of 4.5 percent from the 1,280 million 
pounds reported for 1983. Sales of cyclic plasticizers in 1984 totaled 1,307 
million pounds, valued at $578 million, compared with 1,232 million pounds, 
valued at $518 million, in 1983. The most important cyclic plasticizers were 
the dioctyl phthalates, with production of 301 million pounds, in 1984. 

Production of acyclic plasticizers in 1984 totaled 449 million pounds, an 
increase of 4.5 percent from the 430 million pounds reported for 1983. Sales 
of acyclic plasticizers totaled 378 million pounds, valued at $271 million, in 
1984, compared with 365 million pounds, valued at $257 million, in 1983. 
Epoxidized soya oils were the most important acyclic plasticizers in 1984 with 
production of 104 million pounds. 



XI -- PLASTICIZERS 



165 



TABLB 1.— PLA6TICIZBKS:' D.S. PBODUCTIOB AMD SALES, 1984 

[Listed below are plasticlzers for which any reported data on production or sales may be published. (Leaders 
(...) are used where the reported data are accepted In confidence and may not be published or Where no data 
were reported.) Table 2 lists all plasticizer chemicals for which data on production and/or sales were 
reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



PLASTICIZERS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 
VALUE 2 



1,000 
pounds 



Grand total 

Benzenoid^ 

Nonbenzenoid 

CYCLIC 

Total 

Phosphoric acid esters'" 

Phthalic anhydride esters, total 

Dibutyl phthalates (including dilsobutyl 

phthalates) 

Diethyl phthalate 

Diisodecyl phthalate 

Dimethyl phthalate 

Dioctyl phthalates, total' 

Di-tridecyl phthalate 

All other phthalic anhydride esters 

Trimellltlc acid esters, total 

Trioctyl trimellitates 

All other trimellltlc acid esters 

All other cyclic plasticlzers' 

ACYCLIC 

Total 

Adipic acid esters, total 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) adipate 

Diisooctyl adipate 

Dlisopropyl adipate 

Ditridecyl adipate 

All other adipic acid esters 

Complex linear polyesters and polymeric 

plasticlzers , total 

Adipic acid type 

All other 

Epoxidized esters, total 

Epoxidized linseed oils 

Epoxidized soya oils 

All other epoxidized esters 

Oleic acid esters, total 

Butyl oleate 

Decyl oleate 

All other oleic acid esters 



1,496,939 
290,589 



1.338.362 



22,212 
17,745 

145,815 
8,637 

301,124 
21,787 

661,734 

53,793 



12,762 
41,031 



449,166 



124,854 



27,579 

1,490 

246 

7,726 

87,813 



45,270 



12,737 
32,533 



4,764 

104,196 

13,470 

12.850 



1,715 

282 

10,853 



1,000 
poxmde 

1.685.207 



1,425,899 
259,308 



1,307,210 



55,604 
1,151.267 



18.901 
15,104 

140,802 
8,721 

322,078 
19,468 

626,193 

55,^928 



12,201 
43,727 



87.904 



28,530 

2,043 

354 

7,464 

49,513 



32.794 



10,998 
21,796 



4,663 

100,167 

12,069 



1,831 

278 

9,721 



1,000 
dollars 



666,926 
181,851 



56,301 
451.773 



8,384 

22,284 

52,771 

5,686 

110,495 

11,388 

240,765 

39.125 



7,698 
31,427 



271.083 



60j^l6 3 



16,035 

1,272 

323 

6,360 

36,173 



10,694 
19,977 



69.519 



3,649 

57,283 

8,587 



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Per 
pound 

<0.50 



1.48 
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See footnotes at end of table 



166 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



TABLE 1.— PLASTICIZERS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



PLASTICIZERS 



PRODUCTION 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 
VALUE ^ 



ACYCLIC — Cont Inued 

Palmitic acid esters 

Phosphoric acid esters 

Di(2-ethylhexyl) sebacate 

Stearic acid esters, total 

n-Butyl stearate 

all other stearic acid esters 

All other acyclic plasticizers 



1,000 
pounds 



5,436 
31,098 



3,459 
10.790 



1,000 
pounds 



24,325 

4,241 

11.116 



1,000 
dollars 



26,909 
6,397 
8.579 



7,054 
3,736 



92,979 



7,087 
4,029 



88,888 



4,091 
4,488 



61,278 



Per 
pound 



1.11 

1.51 

.77 



.58 

1.11 



'includes data for compounds used principally (but not exclusively) as primary plasticizers. Does not 
include clearly defined extenders or secondary plasticizers. 

^Calculated from unrounded figures. 

^Includes benzenoid products as defined in part 1, schedule 4, of the Tariff Schedules of the United States 
Annotated . 

"•Includes data for cresyl diphenyl phosphate, dibutyl phenyl phosphate, diphenyl octyl phosphate, tricresyl 
phosphate, triphenyl phosphate, and other cyclic phosphoric acid esters. 

5The difference between the production reported here and that shown on the Priliminary Report on U.S. 
Production of Selected Organic Chemicals ( including Synthetic Plastics and Resins Materials. 1983. results 
from a combination of incorrect reporting by some companies, end-of-year inventory adjustments, and rounding. 

^Includes data for glycol dibenzoates, toluenesulfonamides, tetrahydrofurfuryl oleate, and other cyclic 
plasticizers. 

^Includes data for azelaic acid esters, citric and acetylcitric acid esters, myristlc acid esters, 
pelargonic acid esters, ricinoleic and acetylricinoleic acid esters, glyceryl and glycol esters, and other 
acyclic plasticizers 



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TABLE 3 . — PIASTICIZERS : DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 



[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of plasticizers to the U.S. International Trade 
Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




ARZ 


Arizona Chemical Co. : 


MRT 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton Chemica 


1 Div. 


CAS 


Caschem, Inc. : 


: NES 


Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 




CHL 


Chemol , Inc . : 


: NEV 


Neville Chemical Co. 




CMB 


Cambridge Industries Co. : 


: NOD 


Nuodex, Inc. 




DA 


Diamond Shamrock Corp., Chemicals Co. : 


: PFZ 


Pfizer, Inc. 




DBC 


Badische Corp. : 






DOW 


Dow Chemical Co. : 


: RCI 


Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. 


DUP 


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: SBC 


Scher Chemicals, Inc. 


EK 


Eastman Kodak Co.; : 


: SCP 


Henkel , Inc . 


EKT 


Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. : 


: SFS 


Stauffer Chemical Co., Specialty and 


EKX 


Texas Eastman Co. Div. : 




Intermediates Div. 


EMR 


Emery Chemicals Div. of National Distillers : 


SHX 


Sherex Chemical Co., Inc. 




& Chemical Corp. : 


SM 


Mobil Oil Corp., Mobil Chemical Co., Chemical 


ENJ 


Exxon Chemical Americas : 




Coatings Div. 






: STC 


American Hoechst Corp., Sou-Tex Works 


FER 


Ferro Corp. : : 








Ferro Chemical Div. : 


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Emery Industries, Inc., Try Ion Div. 




Grant Chemical Div. : 


: TEK 


Teknor Apex Co. 


FMC 


FMC Corp. : 


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Ethyl Corp. 


HAL 


C. P. Hall Co. : 


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Union Carbide Corp. 


HCC 


Hatco Chemical Corp. : 


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U.S. Steel Corp., USS Chemicals Div. 


HOD 


Hodag Chemical Corp. 






HPC 


Hercules, Inc. 


: VDM 


Van De Mark Chemical Co . , Inc . 






: VEL 


Vesicol Chemical Corp. 


KF 


Kay-Fries, Inc., Chemical Div., Dynamit Nobel : 


VIK 


Viking Chemical Co. 




of America, Inc. : 


VND 


Van Dyk Div. of Mallinckrodt, Inc. 


KLM 


Kalama Chemical, Inc. : 


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Vista Polymers, Inc. 


HON 


Monsanto Co. : 


WM 


Inolex Chemical Div. 


MRF 


Morflex Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: WTC 


Witco Chemical Corp. 






WTH 


Union Camp Corp. 



Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses 
the appendix. 



of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 



SECTION XII -- S'JRFACH-ACTIVE AGENTS I73 

STATISTICAL HIGHLICiHTS 

Eric Land 
202-523-0491 

The surface-active agents included in this report are organic chemicals 
that reduce the surface tension of water or other solvents and are used 
chiefly as detergents, dispersing agents, emulsif iers, foaming agents, or 
wetting agents in either aqueous or nonaqueous systems. Waxes and products 
used chiefly as plasticizers are excluded. Surface-active agents are pro- 
duced from natural fats and oils, from silvichemicals such as lignin, rosin, 
and tall oil, and from chemical intermediates derived from coal tar and 
petroleum. A major part of the output of the bulk chemicals shown in this re- 
port is consumed in the form of packaged soaps and detergents for household 
and industrial use. The remainder is used in the processing of textiles and 
leather, in ore flotation and oil-drilling operations, and in the manufacture 
of agricultural sprays, cosmetics, elastomers, foods, lubricants, paint, 
pharmaceuticals, and many other products. 

The statistics for production and sales of surface-active agents are 
grouped by ionic class and by chemical class and subclass. All quantities are 
reported in terms of 100-percent organic surface-active ingredients and thus 
exclude all inorganic salts, water, and other diluents. Sales statistics 
reflect sales of bulk surface-active agents only; sales of formulated products 
are excluded. 

Total U.S. production of surface-active agents in 1984 amounted to 5,519 
million pounds, or 8.9 percent more than the 5,068 million pounds reported for 

1983. Sales of bulk surface-active agents in 1984 amounted to 3,443 million 
pounds, valued at $1,874 million, compared with sales in 1983 of 3,030 million 
pounds, valued at $1,464 million. In terms of quantity, sales in 1984 were 
13.3 percent more than in 1983. 

Production of anionic surface-active agents in 1984 amounted to 3,492 
million pounds, or 63.3 percent of the total surfactant output reported for 

1984. Sales of anionics in 1984 amounted to 1,750 million pounds, valued at 
$540 million. 

Production of cationic surface-active agents in 1984 amounted to 456 
million pounds, 20.9 percent more than the 37 7 million pounds reported in 
1983. Production of nonionic surface-active agents amounted to 1,543 million 
pounds in 1984, 4.5 percent more than the 1,476 million pounds reported in 
1983. Sales of cationic surface-active agents in 1984 increased by 11.1 
percent in terms of quantity, and increased by 27.8 percent in terms of value 
when compared with sales as reported in 1983. Sales of nonionics in 1984 
increased by 18.9 percent in terms of quantity, and increased by 50.0 percent 
in terms of value when compared with sales as reported in 1983. 



m SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



The difference between production and sales reflects inventory changes 
and captive consumption of surface-active agents by synthetic rubber 
producers, and by manufacturers of cosmetics, packaged detergents, bar soaps, 
and other formulated consumer products. In some instances the difference may 
also reflect quantities of surface-active agents used as chemical inter- 
mediates, e.g., nonionic alcohol and alkylphenol ethoxylates which may be 
converted to anionic surface-active agents by phosphation or sulfation. 



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175 



TABLE 1. — SUFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 

[Listed below are the surface-active agents for which reported data on production or sales may be published. 
(Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may not be published or where 
no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all surface-active agents for which data on production and/or sales 
were reported and Identifies the manufacturers of each] 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



production' 



quantity' 



UNIT 
VALUE ^ 



Grand total 

AMPHOTERIC 

Total 

ANIONIC 

Total 

Carboxyllc acids (and salts thereof), total 

Amine salts of fatty, rosin, and tall oil acids 

Carboxylic acids having amide, ester, or ether 

linkages 

Castor oil acids, potassium salt 

Coconut oil acids, potassium salt 

Coconut oil acids, sodium salt 

Oleic acid, sodium salt 

Palm oil acids, sodium salt 

Stearic acid, potassium salt 

Tallow acids, sodium salt 

All other carboxylic acids (and salts thereof) 

Phosphoric and polyphosphoric acid esters (and salts 

thereof) , total 

Alcohols and phenols, alkoxylated and phosphated, 

total 

Decyl alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and phos- 
phated 

Nonylphenol, ethoxylated and phosphated 

Phenol alcohol, ethoxylated and phoshated 

Tridecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and phosphated 

All other 

All other phosphoric and polyphosphoric acid esters 

(and salts thereof), total 

2-Ethylhexyl phosphate, sodium salt 

Mixed alkyl phosphate 

All other 

Sulfonic acids (and salts thereof), total 

Alkylbenzenesulf onates , total 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, ammonium salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, calcium salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, isopropylamlne salt- 

Docecylbenzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, triethanolamine 

salt 

Tridecylbenzenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt 

All other 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 



5,519.181 



27.881 



3.492.296 



2,86 7 



38 

103,110 

645 

160 

521 

341,811 

371,750 



44.606 



31,492 
1,060 

4,933 

15,339 

1,514 

760 

7,886 

13,114 

231 

3,316 

9,567 

1.872.218 



582,416 

209,278 

112 

8,136 

3,706 

205,289 

7,703 

122,108 

26,084 



1,000 
pounds 



3.433.210 



1,000 
dollars 



1.749.689 



1,590 



388 
132,995 



27,257 
1,223 

4,294 

13,433 

1,237 

7,070 

5,032 

1,445 
3,587 

1.335.152 



172,247 
98,432 

5,127 

3,682 

54,665 



539,764 



1,799 



213 
67,548 



21,435 
831 

4,002 
7,955 
1,265 

7,382 

7,364 

2,175 
5,189 

274.792 



86,784 
45,724 

5,006 

2,943 

27,282 

4,163 

1,666 



Per 

pound 



to .55 



1.46 
.59 
.52 



.61 
1.02 



1.04 
1.46 



1.51 
1.45 



.46 

.98 
.80 
.50 



175 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



TABLE 1. — SUFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 

value' 



ANIONIC — Continued 

Sulfonic acids (and salts thereof) — continued 

Benzene-, cumene-, toluene-, and xylensulfonates, 

total 

Cumenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

Xylenesulfonic acid, ammonium salt 

Kylenesulfonic acid, sodium salt 

All other 

Ligninsulfonates and naphthalenesulfonates, total — 
Diisopropylnaphthalenesulfonic acid, sodium salt- 

Ligninsulfonic acid, ammonium salt 

Ligninsulfonic acid, calcium salt 

Ligninsulfonic acid, chromium salt 

Ligninsulfonic acid, sodium salt 

All other 

Sulfosuccinamic acid derivatives 

Taurine derivatives 

Sulfonic acids having ester or ether linkages, 

total 

Sulfosuccinic acid esters, total 

Sulfosuccinic acid, bis(2-ethylhexyl)ester, 

Sodium salt 

All other 

All other 

All other sulfonic acids (and salts thereof) 



Sulfuric acid esters (and salts therof), total 

Acids, amides, and esters, sulfated 

Alcohols, sulfated, total 

Decyl sulfate, sodium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, ammonium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, diethanolamine salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, magnesium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, sodium salt 

Dodecyl sulfate, triethanolamine salt 

2-Ethylhexyl sulfate sodium salt 

Mixed linear alcohols, sulfated, ammonium salt — 

Octyl sulfate, sodium salt 

All other 

Ethers, sulfated, total 

Alkylphenols, ethoxylated and sulfated 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

ammonium salt 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

sodium salt 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and sulfated 

ammonium salt 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and sulfated, 

sodium salt 

All other 

Natural fats and oils, sulfated, total 

Castor oil, sulfated, sodium salt 

Neatsfoot oil, sulfated, sodium salt 

Soybean oil, sulfated, sodium salt 

Tall oil, sulfated, sodium salt 

Tallow sulfated, sodium salt 

All other 



1,000 
pounds 



113,587 

8,115 

13,268 

70,651 

21,553 

1,060.057 

1,428 

7,244 

618,388 

81,947 

286,755 

64,295 

2,299 

2,068 

76,270 
21,848 

16,001 

5,847 

54,422 

35,521 

709,005 



Other anionic surface-active agents- 
See footnotes at end of table. 



12,367 

323,633 

1,553 

32,708 

1,881 

327 

43,483 

14,116 

1,499 

34,190 

257 

193,619 

344,565 

7,870 



21,554 

94,523 

210,118 

10,400 

28,440 

2,754 

821 

261 

831 

1,018 

22,784 

42,858 



1,000 
pounds 



97,327 

8,384 

13,432 

63,386 

12,125 

994,456 

1,253 

6,999 

566,546 

79,514 

276,634 

63,510 

1,778 

1,512 

32,776 
18,777 

13,523 
5,254 
13,999 
35,055 

229.886 



7,436 

108,236 

911 

25,608 

1,771 

40,136 

10,840 

1,526 

7,150 

228 

20,056 

88,432 

6,330 

6,728 

19,502 

25,544 

29,675 

653 

25,782 

2,461 

250 

801 
22,270 



1,000 
dollars 



24,967 

3,490 

3,666 

13,470 

4,341 

94,849 

2,057 

657 

27,533 

13,595 

22,489 

28.517 

1.946 

2,997 

41,349 
20.990 

16,846 

4,144 

20,359 

21,900 

154.850 



3,489 
75,230 

1,000 
13,802 

1,141 

27,093 

7,883 

1,909 

4,179 

321 

17.902 

59.540 

5.903 

3,000 

14.579 

18.424 

15,700 

834 

16,601 

2,163 

125 

327 
13,985 



Per 
pound 



XII -- SURFACE- ACTIVE AGENTS 



177 



TABLE 1 . — SUFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



PRODUCTION' 



UNIT 
VALUE ■ 



CATIONIC 

Total 

Amine oxides and oxygen-containing amines (except 

those having amide linkages), total 

Acyclic , total 

N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)octadecylamine 

N,N-Dimethyldodecylamine oxide 

(Coconut oil alkyDamine, ethoxylated 

(9-Octadecenyl) amine, ethoxylated 

(Tallow alkyDamine, ethoxylated 

N,N,N' ,N'-Tatrakis (2-hydroxethyl) ethylene- 
diamine 

All other 

Cyclic (including imidazoline and oxazoline 

derivatives , total 

l-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nonyl-2-imidazoline 

l-(2-Hydroxyethyl-2-nor(coconut oil alkyl)-2- 

imidazoline 

l-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-2-nor(tall oil alkyl)-2- 

imidazoline 

All other 

Amines and amine oxides having amide linkages, total 
Stearic acid-ethylenediamine condensate, mono- 

ethoxylated 

Tall oil acids polyalkylenepolyamine condensate 

All other 

Amines, not containing oxygen (and salts therof), 

total 

Amine salts 

Diamines and polyamines 

Imidazoline derivatives 

N-(9-0ctadecenyl)trimethylenediamine 

N-Tallow alkyDdlpropylenetriamine 

All other 

Monoamines , total 

N,N-Dimethyloctadecylamine 

(Hydrogenated tallow alkyDamine 

9-Octadecenylamine 

Octadecylamine 

(Soybean oil alkyDamine 

(Tallow alkyDamine 

All other 

Quaternary ammonium salts, containing oxygen 

Quaternary ammonium salts, not containing oxygen 

Total 

Acyclic , total 

Bi8(hydrogenated tallow alkyDdimethylammonium 

chloride 

Didecyldimethyl ammonium chloride 

N,N,N' .N' ,N'-Pentamethyl-N-(taHow alkyDtri- 

methylene-bis (ammonium chloride] 

TrlmethyK soybean oil alkyl) ammonium chloride-- 
All other 



1,000 
pounds 



83,774 
164 

2,309 
1,278 
7,934 



72,089 
9,349 



719 
8,516 



143 
12,795 
18,288 



134.982 



1,109 

26,575 

8,243 

1,082 

8,038 

9,212 

107,298 

1,790 

7,506 

6,643 

2,434 

2,187 

26,437 

60,301 

37,902 



69,685 
374 

1,381 

558 

54,123 



1,000 
pounds 



322.099 



32,995 
1,490 



1,053 
6,497 



7,517 
1,191 



435 
5,799 



19.614 



140 
19,474 

80.815 



1,757 

20,146 

8,230 

969 

10,947 

58,912 

1,753 

4,416 

5,026 

1,522 

1,734 

15,160 

29,301 

34,114 



61,974 
284 

1,484 

490 

52,663 



1,000 
do I lars 



348.878 



36.425 



28,657 
1,024 



1,000 
3,747 



7,768 
1,462 



1,349 
4,816 



17.469 



116 
17,353 

88.357 



1,727 

32,733 

6,568 

1,106 

25,059 
53,987 
2,098 
3,278 
4,188 
1,799 
1,346 
9,834 
31,444 

31,817 



145,671 



112,232 

55,218 
494 

1,080 

599 

54,841 



Per 
pound 



<1.08 



1.43 
.94 



1.03 
1.23 



1.53 
3.10 



1.14 

2.29 
.92 

1.20 
.74 
.88 

1.18 
.78 
.65 

1.07 



1.01 
.96 



.89 

1.74 



1.22 
1.04 



See footnotes at end of table. 



178 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 198^) 



TABLE 1 . — SUFACE-ACTIVE AGEHTS: U.S. PRODUCTION AND SALES, 1984 — CONTINUED 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



PRODUCTION ' 



1,000 
pounds 



CATIONIC- -Continued 

Quaternary ammonium salts, not containing oxygen — 
Continued 

Benzenoid, total 

Benzyl (coconut oil alkyDdiraethylammonium 

chloride 

Benzyldimethyl (mixed alkyDammonium chloride 

Benzyltrimethylammonium chloride 

All other 

Other cationic surface-active agents 

NONIONIC 

Total 

Carboxylic acid amides, total 

Diethanolamine codensantes (amine/acid ratlo=2/l) , 

total 

Coconut oil acids 

Coconut oil and tallow acids 

Laurie and myristic acids 

Oleic acid 

Steric acid 

Tall oil acids 

Tallow acids 

All other 

Diethanolamine condensates (other amine/acid 

ratios) , total 

Coconut oil acids (amine/acid ratio=l/l) 

Laurie acid (amine/acid ratio=l/l) 

Laurie and myristic acids (amine/acid ratio=l/l) 

Linoleic acid (amine/acid ratio=l/l) 

Soybean oil acids (amine/acid ratio=l/l) 

Stearic acid (amine/acid ratio=l/l) 

All other 

Other carboxylic acid amides, total 

Coconut oil acid-ethanolamine condensate (amine/ 

acid ratio=l/l) 

Coconut oil acid-ethanolamine condensate (amine/ 

acid ratio=2/l) 

Oleic acid ethanolamine condensate, ethoxylated- 
All other 

Carboxylic acid esters, total 

Anhydrosorbitol esters, total 

Anhydrosorbitol monolaurate 

Anhydrosorbitol mono-oleate 

Anhydrosorbitol monostearate 

Anhydrosobitol trioleate 

All other 

Diethylene glycol esters, total 

Diethylene glycol monolaurate 

Diethylene glycol monostearate 

All other 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbitol esters, total 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbitol monolaurate 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbitol mono-oleate 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbitol monostearate 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbitol trioleate 

Ethoxylated anhydrosorbitol tristearate 

All other 

See footnotes at end of table. 



29,885 

369 

15,539 

3,389 

10,588 

2,832 



1.542.933 



63.192 



14,395 

6,621 

1,928 

1,063 

821 

72 

1,445 

175 

2,270 

33,590 

25,076 

4,008 

1,892 

451 

1,079 

182 

902 

15,207 

5,369 

539 

114 
4,716 

264,212 



33,184 
4,648 
7,515 

16,746 

2,524 

1,751 

1,534 

420 

205 

909 

28,402 
6,354 
6,976 

10,901 
1,986 
1,128 
1,057 



1,000 
pounds 



27,184 

336 

14,527 

2,816 

9,505 

2,965 



1.336.716 



1,000 
dollars 



50.988 



12,358 

5,867 

1,904 

528 

637 

1,309 

189 

1,924 

28,170 

20,804 

3,074 

1,900 

419 

1,061 

109 

803 

10,461 

3,509 



214,449 



31,293 
4,414 
6,282 

16,782 

1,946 

1,869 

1,012 

416 

186 

410 

26,443 
6,379 
6,573 
9,396 
1,872 
1,192 
1,031 



33,439 

437 

19,286 

2,230 

11,486 

29,049 



43,185 



9,948 

4,956 

1,482 

569 

445 

914 

158 

1,424 

24,076 

17,292 

3,076 

1,816 

407 

699 

92 

694 

9,161 



101 
2,735 



171,781 



22,730 

3,288 

4,998 

11,169 

1,478 

1,797 

908 

287 

203 

418 

21,135 

5,347 

5,198 

7,287 

1,604 

855 

844 



XII -- SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



179 



TABLB l.~SUFACB-ACTIVB AGBHTS: U.S. PHODUCTIOH AMD SALES, 1984— COBTIBUKD 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



NONIONIC— Continued 

Carboxylic acid esters — Continued 

Ethylene glycol distearate 

Ethylene glycol monostearate 

Glycerol esters, total 

Complex glycerol esters 

Glycerol esters of chemically defined acids, 

total 

Glycerol mono-oleate 

Glycerol monoricinoleate 

Glycerol monostearate 

All other 

Glycerol esters of mixed acids 

Natural fats and oils, ethoxylated, total 

Castor oil, ethoxylated 

Hydrogenated castor oil, ethoxylated 

Lanolin , ethoxylated 

All other 

Polyethylene glycol esters, total 

Polyethylene glycol diester of tall oil acids 

Polyethylene glycol dilaurate 

Polyethylene glycol dioleate 

Polyethylene glycol raonoester of tall oil acids- 
Polyethylene glycol monolaurate 

Polyethylene glycol mono-oleate 

Polyethylene glycol monostearate 

Polyethylene glycol sesquiester of coconut oil 

acids 

Polyethylene glycol sesquiester of tall oil 



All other 

Polyglycerol esters, total 

Polyglycerol mono-oleate 

All other 

1,2-Propanediol monostearate 

All other carboxylic acid esters- 



Ethers , total 

Benzenoid ethers, total 

Dinony Iphenol , ethoxylated 

Dodecylphenol , ethoxylated 

(Mixed alkyl) phenol-formaldehyde, alkoxylated — 

Nonylphenol , ethoxylated 

Nony Iphenol, ethoxylated and propoxylated 

n-Octylphenol , ethoxylated 

Phenol , ethoxylated 

All other 

Nonbenzenoid ethers, total 

Chemically-defined linear alcohols, ethoxylated, 

total 

Decyl alcohol, ethoxylated 

Dodecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 

9-Octadecenyl alcohol, ethoxylated 

Octadecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 

Oleyl alcohol, ethoxylated 

All other 

Mixed linear alcohols, alkoxylated, total 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated 

Mixed linear alcohols, ethoxylated and pro- 
poxylated 

All other 



PRODUCTION' 



1,000 
pounds 



3,741 

2,617 

60,113 

11,042 

19,003 

5.983 

46 

12,079 

895 

30,068 

28,623 

11,042 

4,775 

1,944 

10,862 

59,117 

3,468 

1,174 

2,864 

707 

5,087 

3,658 

6,406 

766 

2,728 
32,259 

2,384 
607 

1,777 

1,643 
42,854 

1.183,466 



397,732 

4,222 

13,340 

2,395 

297,216 

344 

1,835 

1,983 

76,427 

696,980 

23,043 
7,840 
3,577 
1,041 
1,419 
2,551 
6,615 
673,937 
626,189 

21,394 
26,354 



QUANTITY ' 



1,000 
pounds 



3,445 

2,328 

54,273 

9,356 

15,942 

4,481 

41 

11,079 
341 

28,975 

22,116 
7,765 
3,830 
1,259 
9,262 

39,163 

1,066 
1,471 

4,414 
2,673 
5,678 



2,385 
21,466 

2,309 
607 

1,702 

1,476 
30,547 

1.059,086 



347,460 

3,558 

12,929 

884 

265,827 

474 

1,637 

716 

61,435 

650,207 

18,106 

5,638 

2,972 

583 

2,359 

6,554 

632,101 

590,069 

20,589 
21,443 



1,000 
dollars 



2,200 

1,891 

43,713 

7,555 

13,128 

3,746 

58 

8,938 

386 

23,030 

17,683 
6,322 
3,983 
1,081 
6,297 

30,951 

1,084 
1,073 

3,754 
1,987 
4,544 



1,695 
16,814 

3,663 
773 

2,890 

2,054 
24,853 

725,377 



392,744 

2,872 

7,572 

670 

330,396 

557 

985 

622 

49,030 

282,653 

16,012 

3,130 

2,482 

617 

3,069 

6,714 

266,641 

243,318 

13,540 
9,783 



Per 
pound 



See footnotes at end of table. 



180 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEHICALS, 1984 



TABLS 1.— SUFACB-ACTIVS ACKHTS: U.S. PRODUCTIOV AMD SALBS, 1984~COmifUBO 



SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS 



PRODUCTIOB' 



QUANTITY^ 



UHIT 
VALUE 3 



NONIONIC — Cont Inued 

Ethers — Continued 

Other ethers and thioethers, total 

Poly (mixed ethylene, propylene) glycol 

Tridecyl alcohol, ethoxylated 

All other 

Other nonionic surface-active agents 



1,000 
pounds 



88,754 
14,039 
13,419 
61,296 

32,063 



1,000 



61,419 



9,003 
52,416 



1,000 
dollars 



49,980 



5,405 
44,575 



17,640 



Per 
pound 



$0.81 



.60 
.85 



'All quantities are given in terms of 100 percent organic surface-active ingredient. 

^Sales include products sold as bulk surface-active agents only. 

'Calculated from unrounded figures. 

"The term "benzenoid" used in this report, describes any surface-active agent, except lignin derivatives, 
whose molecular structure includes 1 or more 6-membered carbocyclic or heteroxyclic rings with conjugated 
double bonds (e.g., the benzene ring or the pyridine ring). 



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TABLE 3 . —SURFACE-ACTIVE AGENTS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

(Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of surface-active agents to the U.S. International 
Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in table 2] 













CODE : 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




ACC : 


Alcolac, Inc. : 


: GLY 


: Glyco, Inc. 




ACT : 


Southland Corp., Chemical Div. : 


: GRL 


: Vestal Laboratories, Inc. 




ACY : 


American Cyanamid Co. : 








AGP : 


Armour-Dial, Inc. : 


: HAL 


: C. P. Hall Co. 




APX : 


Apex Chemical Co., Inc. : 


HEW 


: Hewitt Soap Co., Inc. 




ARC : 


Akzo Chemie America, Armak Chemicals : 


: HOG 


. Hodag Chemical Corp. 




ARO : 


Ardmore Chemical Co. : 


HIP 


High Point Chemical Corp. 




ARI : 


Atlas Refining, Inc. : 


: HLI 


Onyx Chemical Co. 




ARL : 


Arol Chemical Products Co. : 


: HMP 


W. R. Grace & Co., Hampshire Chemicals Di 


V. 


ARZ : 


Arizona Chemical Co. : 


HNT 


Huntington Laboratories, Inc. 




AZS : 


AZS Corp., AZS Chemical Corp. : 


: HRT 
: HST 


Hart Products Corp. 

American Heochst Corp., Sou-Tex Works 




BAK : 


Baker International - Magna Corp. : 


HTN 


Heterene Chemical Co. 




BAS : 


BASF Wyandotte Corp. : 


: HXL 


Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical Products 




BFP : 


Breddo Food Products Corp. : 








BKM : 


Buckman Laboratories, Inc. : 


: ICI 


ICI Americas, Inc., Chemicals Div. 




BLA : 


Astor Products, Inc., Blue Arrow Div. 








BRD : 


Lonza , Inc . : 


; JLP 


J. L. Prescott Co. 




BSW : 


Original Bradford Soap Works, Inc. : 


: JOR 
: JRG 


Jordan Chemical Co. 
Andrew Jergens Co. 




CAS : 


Caschem, Inc. 


: JTO 


Jetco Chemicals, Inc. 




CCA : 


Interstab Chemicals, Inc. : 








CCC : 


C.N.C. Chemical Corp. : 


KNP 


Knapp Products, Inc. 




CCH : 


Interstab Chemicals, Inc. : 


KPI 


Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc. 




CCL : 


Catawba-Charlab, Inc. 








CCW : 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Carstab Corp. : 


: LAS 


Los Angeles Soap Co. 




CGY : 


Ciba-Geigy Corp. : 


LEA 


Leatex Chemical Co. 




CHL : 


Chemol, Inc. : 


LEV 


Lever Brothers Co. 




CHP : 


C. H. Patrick & Co. , Inc. : 


: LKY 


Lake States Div. of Rhinelander Paper Co. 




CIN : 


Stockhausen, Inc. : 


: LUR 


Laurel Products Corp. 




CLD : 


Colloids, Inc. : 








CLI : 


Clintwood Chemical Co. : 


MAR 


Reed Lignin, Inc. 




CLU : 


Core-Lube, Inc. : 


MCB 


Borg-Wamer Corp., Borg-Wamer Chemicals 




CMT : 


Chemithon Corp. : 


MCP 


Moretex Chemical Products, Inc. 




CON : 


Concord Chemical Co., Inc. : 


MET 


M 4 T Chemicals. Inc. 




CP : 


Colgate-Palmolive Co. : 


MIL 


Milliken 4 Co., Milliken Chemical Div. 




CPC : 


Grant Chemical Co. : 


MIR 


Miranol Chemical Co., Inc. 




CRD : 


Croda, Inc. 


MOA 


Mona Industrial, Inc. 




CRN : 


CPC Intremational, Inc., Amerchol Corp. 


MON 


Monsanto Co. 




CRT : 


Chemos Corp. : 


MRD 


Marden-Wild Corp. 




CTL : 


Continental Chemical Co. : 


MET 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton Chemical Co. 


Div. 


CYL : 


Cyclo Chemical Corp. : 


MRV 
: MZC 


Marlowe-Van Loan Corp. 
Mazer Chemicals, Inc. 




DA 


Diamond Shamrock Corp., Chemicals Co. : 








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Dan River, Inc., Chemical Products Div. : 


NCC 


Niacet Corp. 




DEX : 


Dexter Chemical Corp. : 


NES 


Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 




DOW : 


Dow Chemical Corp. : 


NMC 


National Hilling 4 Chemical Co. 




DUP : 


E. I. duPont de Nemours 4 Co. , Inc. : 


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Norac Co., Inc., Mathe Div. 




DYS : 


Davies-Young Co. 


NPR 
NSC 


Safeway Stores, Inc. 

National Starch 4 Chemical Corp. 




ECC : 


Eastern Color & Chemical Co. : 


NTL 


NL Industries, Inc. 




EFH : 


E. F. Houghton 4 Co. : 








EK 


Eastman Kodak Co.: : 


OMC 


Olin Corp. 




EKT : 


Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. : 


ONX 


Onyx Chemical Co. 




EMK : 


Emkay Chemical Co. 








EMR : 


Emery Chemicals Div. of National Distillers 


: PCI 


Piedmont Chemical Industries, Inc. 






& Chemical Corp. : 


PEL 


Pelron Corp. 




ENJ : 


Exxon Chemical Americas : 


: PG 


Procter 4 Gamble Co., Procter 4 Gamble 




ENO : 


Enenco, Inc. : 




Mfg. Co. 




ENP : 


Insilco Corp. Enterprise Companies Div. 


PIL 


Pilot Chemical Co. 




ESS : 


Essential Chemicals Corp. : 


: PLX 
PNZ 


Plex Chemical Corp. 
Murphy-Phoenix Co. 




FER : 


Ferro Corp., Keil Chemical Div. : 


PRZ 


Purex Corp. 




FPC : 


Flambeau Paper Corp. : 


: PSP 


Georgia-Pacific Corp., Bellingham Div. 




FTI : 


Finetex, Inc. : 


: QCP 


Quaker Chemical Corp. 




GAF : 


GAF Corp., Chemical Group : 








GDC : 


Gresto, Inc. : 


RAY 


ITT Rayonler, Inc. 





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TABLE 3.— SURFACE-ACTIVE AGEHTS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984— CONTIHUED 



CODE 


HAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


RH 


Rohm & Haas Co. : 


: SYP 


Plastic Specialties & Technology, Inc., 


ROB 


Robeco Chemicals , Inc . : 




Synthetic Product Co. Dlv. 


RFC 


Millmaster Onyx Group. Lyndall Chemical : 








Co. Dlv. : 


: TCC 


Sybron Chemical, Inc. 


RSA 


R.S.A. Corp. 


: TCH 


Emery Industries, Inc., Trylon Dlv. 






: TCI 


Morton-Thlokol , Inc., Texlze Dlv. 


S 


Sandoz, Inc., Colors & Chemicals Dlv. 


: TEN 


Tennessee Chemical Co. 


SBC 


Scher Chemicals, Inc. : 


: TMH 


Thompson Hayward Chemical Co. 


SBP 


Sugar Beet Products Co. : 


: TNA 


Ethyl Corp. 


SCM 


SCM Corp., Organic Chemicals Dlv. : 


TNI 


Gillette Co., Chemical Dlv. 


SCO 


Scholler, Inc. : 


: TX 


Texaco, Inc., Texaco Chemical Co. 


SCP 


Henkel Corp. : 






SDC 


Sandoz Chemicals Corp. : 


: UCC 


Union Carbide Corp. 


SDH 


Sterling Drug, Inc.: : 


: UDI 


Petrochemlcals/Desoto, Inc. 




Hilton Davis Chemical Co. : 


UNN 


United Chemical Corp. of Norwood 


SDW 


Sterling Organics Dlv. : 


: UPF 


Jim Walter Resources, Inc., CIC Dlv. 


SEA 


Seaboard Chemicals, Inc. : 


: USR 


Unlroyal , Inc . , Chemical Group 


SFS 


Stauffer Chemical Co., Specialty & : 








Intermediates Dlv. 


: VAL 


United Merchants & Manufacturers, Inc., 


SHC 


Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Dlv. : 




Valchem Dlv. 


SHX 


Sherex Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: VND 


Van Dyk, Dlv. of Mallinckrodt, Inc. 


SLC 


Soluol Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: VPC 


Mobay Chemical Corp., Dye & Pigment Dlv. 


SLH 


Salem Oil & Grease Co. : 


: VST 


Vista Pol3rmers, Inc. 


SHW 


Sun Chemical Corp., Chemicals Dlv. : 






SOC 


Chevron Corp . , Chevron Chemical Co . : 


WAY 


Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corp., Organic 


SOP 


Southern Chemical Products Co. : 




Chemical Dlv. 


SOS 


SSC Industries, Inc. : 


: WBG 


White & Bagley Co. 


SPA 


Scott Paper Co. : 


: WCC 


White Chemical Corp. 


STC 


American Hoechst Corp., Sou-Tex Works : 


WHW 


Whlttemore-Wright Co . , Inc . 


STP 


Stepan Chemical Corp. : 


: WM 


Inolex Chemicals Co. 


SVC 


Capital City Product Co., Armstrong Chemical : 


: WPC 


West Polnt-Pepperell, Inc., Griff tex Chemical 




Plant : 




Co . Sub . 


SYL 


Sylvahcem Corp. 


: WTC 


Wltco Chemical Corp. 






: WVA 


Westvaco Corp., Chemicals Dlv. 



Note. — Complete names, 
the appendix. 



telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 



SECTION XIII -- PESTICIDES AND RELATED PRODUCTS 219 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Edmund Cappuccllli 
202-523-0490 

Pesticides and related products include fungicides, herbicides, 
insecticides, rodenticides, and related products such as plant growth 
regulators, seed disinfectants, soil conditioners, soil fumigants, and 
synergists. The data are given in terms of 100 percent active materials; they 
exclude such materials as diluents, emulsifiers, and wetting agents. 

U.S. production of pesticides and related products in 1984 amounted to 
1,189 million pounds — 17.6 percent greater than the 1,017 million pounds 
reported for 1983 (table 1).^ Sales in 1984 were 1,108 million pounds, an 
increase of 8.9 percent, as compared with 1,017 million pounds reported in 
1983; the value of sales was $4,730 million in 1984, compared with $4,054 
million in 1983 — an increase of 16.7 percent. 

The output of cyclic pesticides and related products amounted to 843 
million pounds in 1984 — 18.5 percent greater than the 711 million pounds 
produced in 1983. Sales in 1984 were 809 million pounds, valued at $3,557 
million, compared with 728 million pounds, valued at $3,048 million, in 1983. 

Production of acyclic pesticides and related products in 1984 amounted to 
347 million pounds, compared with 306 million pounds reported for 1983. Sales 
in 1984 were 299 million pounds, compared with 289 million pounds reported for 
1983; the value of sales were $1,174 million in 1984, compared with $1,006 
million in 1983. 



1 See also table 2, which list these products and identifies the 
manufacturers by codes. These codes are given in table 3. 



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221 



TABLB 1.— PESTICIDES AKD BELATED PRODUCTS: U.S. PRODUCTIOH ABD SALES, 1984 

(Listed below are all pesticides and related products for which any reported data on production or sales may be 
published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accpeted in confidence and may not be pub- 
lished or where no data were reported). Table 2 lists all pesticides and related products for which data on 
production and/or^sales were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



PESTICIDES AND RELATED PRODUCTS 



PRODUCTION 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 

value' 



Grand total 

CYCLIC 

Total 

Fungicides , total 

Naphthenic acid, copper salt 

All other cyclic fungicides^ 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators, total 

3' ,4'-Dichloropropionanilide (Propanil) 

All other cyclic herbicides' 

Insecticides and rodenticides, total 

Organophosphorus insecticides'* 

All other cyclic insecticides and rodenticides* 

ACYCLIC 

Total 

Fungicides , total 

Methylenebis(thiocyanate) 

All other acyclic fungicides^ 

Herbicides and plant growth regulators' 

Insecticides, rodenticides, soil conditioners, and 

fumigants, total 

Organophosphorus insecticides* 

All other acyclic insecticides, rodenticides, soil 
conditioners, and fumigants^ 



1,000 
pounds 



1.189.169 



1,000 
pounds 



1,000 
do I lars 



4.730.311 



3.556.700 



100.447 



248.857 



2,999 
97,448 



1,949 
87,880 



1,890 
246,967 



15,788 
574,375 



152,093 



16,469 
559,895 



39,509 
2,485,853 



78,168 
73,925 



346.466 



67,934 
74,906 



298,873 



300,874 
481,607 



1.173.611 



383 
22,281 



21,964 
107,829 



42,703 
605,868 



57,093 
140,440 



47,787 
121,293 



240,823 
284,217 



Per 
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$4.27 



.97 
2.81 



2.40 
4.44 



4.43 
6.43 



1.94 
5.62 



5.04 
2.34 



'Calculated from unrounded figures. 

2 Includes benomyl, captafol, captan, chlorothalonil, dinocap, DMTT, folpet, PCP, PMA, and others. 

'Includes alachlor, atrazine, benefin, bensulide, 2,4-D and other 2,4-D esters and salts, dicamba, 
dinitrophenol compounds, diuron, DNBP, isopropyl phenylcarbamates (IPC and CIPC) , maleic hydrazide, molinate, 
NPA, picloram, triazines, trifluralin, uracils, plant growth regulators, and others. 

'* Includes diazinon, dioxathion, methyl parathion, and other phosphorothioates and phosphorodithioates. 

5 Includes carbaryl, carbofuran, chlorinated insecticides (chlordan, chlorobenzilate, heptachlor, and 
others), insect attractants, DEET and other insect repellents, small amounts of rodenticides, and others. 

^Includes dithiocarbamates. 

'Includes butylate, dalapon, EPTC, methanearsonic acid salts, thiocarbamates, and organophosphorus 
herbicides, and others. 

° Includes acephate, disulfoton, ethion, malathion, phorate, and other organophosphorus insecticides. 

'Includes aldicarb, chloropicrin, methomyl, methyl bromide, soil conditioners and fumigants, small 
quantities of rodenticides, and others. 



Note. --Does not include data for the insect fumigant, p-dichlorobenzene, nor the fungicide, o-phenylphenol. 
These data are included in the section on "Cyclic Intermediates." It also does not include data for the 
fungicides, dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, sodium salt and dimethyldithiocarbamic acid, zinc salt (i.e., 
ziram). These data are included in the section on "Rubber-Processing Chemicals." The data for ethylene 
dibroraide, a fumigant, are included in the "Miscellaneous End-Use Chemicals and Chemical Products" section. 



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TABLE 3. — PESTICIDES AHD RELATED PRODUCTS: DIRECTORY OF MAHUFACTURERS , 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of pesticides ^nd^^elated products to the U.S. 
International Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in 
table 2) 



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NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 




ABB 


Abbott Laboratories : 


MOT 


Motomco, Ltd. 




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American Cyanamid Co. : 


MRF 


Morflex Corp. 




ADC 


Anderson Development Co. : 


MRK 


Merck 4 Co . , Inc . 




ALC 


Alco Chemical Corp. : 


MRT 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton Chemical Co. Div. 


ALP 


Alpha Laboratories, Inc. : 








AMC 


Amvac Chemical Corp. : 


NES 
: NLO 


Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 
Niklor Chemical Co., Inc. 




BAS 


BASF Wyandotte Corp. : 


: NOD 


Nuodex, Inc. 




BKM 


Buckman Laboratories, Inc. : 


PAS 


Pennwalt Corp. 




CCA 


Interstab Chemicals, Inc. : 


: PBI 


PBI-Gordon Corp. 




CGY 


Ciba-Geigy Corp., Agricultural Div. 


PEN 


CPC International, Inc., Penick 


Div. 


CHF 


Kincaid Enterprises, Inc. : 


PLC 


Phillips Petroleum Co. 




CHG 


Hobay Chemical Crop., Agricultural Chemicals : 
Div. : 


PPG 


PPG Industries, Inc. 




COS 


Cosan Chemical Corp. : 


RBC 


Fike Chemicals, Inc. 




cm 


Upjohn Co. , Fine Chemicals : 


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Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. 




CYT 


Cumberland International Corp. 


: RDA 
RH 


Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. 
Rohm & Haas Co. 




DOW 


Dow Chemical Co. : 


: RIV 


Riverdale Chemical Co. 




DRX 


Drexel Chemical Co. : 








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: SDS 


S.D.S. Biotech Corp. 
Stauffer Chemical Co.: 




EFH 


E. F. Houghton i Co. : 


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: SFC 


Agricultural Div. 
Calhio Chemicals, Inc. 




FER 


Ferro Corp., Ferro Chemical Div. : 


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Specialty & Intermediates Div 




FMN 


FHC Corp., Agricultural Chemical Group : 


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Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div. 


FMT 


Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: SOC 


Chevron Corp . , Chevron Chemical 


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FRI 


Farmland Industries, Inc. : 


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Southland Corp., Fine Chemicals 


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FRO 


Vulcan Materials Co., Chemicals Div. : 








FSN 


Nor-Am Chemical Co. : 


TNA 
: TRO 


Ethyl Corp. 

Troy Chemical Corp. 




GAF 


GAF Corp., Chemical Group : 


: TUL 


Tull Chemical Co., Inc. 




GN 


Givaudan Corp. : 








GNU 


Greenwood Chemical Co. : 


: UCC 


Union Carbide Corp. 




GTH 


Guth Corp. : 


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Uniroyal , Inc . , Chemical Group 




GTL 


Great Lakes Chemical Corp. : 


VCC 


Vinings Chemical Co. 




LCP 


LCP Chemicals-Maine : 


VEL 


Velsicol Chemical Corp. 




LIL 


Eli Lilly & Co. : 


: VGC 
: VIN 


Virginia Chemicals, Inc. 
Vineland Chemical Co., Inc. 




MCI 


Mooney Chemical, Inc. 


: VNC 


Vanderbilt Chemical Corp. 




MGK 


McLaughlin Gormley King Co. 


; VTC 


Vertac Chemical Corp. 




HMM 


Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co. : 








HON 


Monsanto Co. 


; ZOC 


Zoecon Corp. 





Note. — Complete names, telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed In table 1 of 
the appendix. 



SECTION XIV -- MISCELLANEOUS END-USE CHEMICALS 233 

AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 

STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

David G. Michels 
202-523-0493 

This section incorporates those end-use groups which are not readily 
classifiable within the prior sections of this report. Both cyclic and 
acyclic chemicals fall within this section. With the exception of enzymes and 
fuel additives, both production and sales of all other end-use groups 
contained within this section have increased for the first time since 1981. 

In 1984, the production of miscellaneous end-use chemicals exceeded 
23.7 billion pounds, an increase of 12 percent from the more than 21 billion 
pounds of production reported for 1983. Sales in 1984 totaled 14.9 billion 
pounds, valued at $3.8 billion. The sales quantity increased 18 percent from 
that of 1983 with the value of sales increasing by 15 percent. Polymers for 
fibers and urea collectively accounted for 82 percent of the 1984 production 
of these miscellaneous end-use chemicals. Urea accounted for 74 percent of 
the 1984 sales quantity of these chemicals. 

In 1984, the production of lubricating oil and grease additives totaled 
1,1 billion pounds, a decrease of 28 percent, compared with 1983. Total sales 
quantity for 1984 was 1.2 billion pounds, 4.2 percent more than the 1983 sales 
quantity of 1.2 billion pounds, while the value of sales increased by 8.4 
percent to $882 million. 

Production of fuel additives for 1984 totaled 1.9 billion pounds, an 
increase of 33 percent from the previous year. Total sales quantity for 1984 
was 1.2 billion pounds, up 26 percent from the 1983 sales quantity of 975 
million pounds, with the sales value decreasing 4.8 percent to $504 million. 



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235 



-MISCELLAHBOUS EHD-USE CHKHICALS AHD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS: 
AHD SALES, 1984 



U.S. PRODUCTIOH 



(Listed below are all miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chemical products for which any reported data on pro- 
duction or sales may be published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confi- 
dence any may not be published or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all miscellaneous end-use 
chemicals and chemical products for which data on production and/or sales were reported and indentifies the 
manufacturers of each] 



MISCELLANEOUS END-USE CHEMICALS 
AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 



PBODUCTIOH 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 
VALUE 1 



Grand total- 



Amino acides and their salts 

Chelating agents, nitrilocids and salts, total 

(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid (EDTA) 

(Ethylenedinitrilo)tetraacetic acid, disodium 

zinc salt, dihydrate 

(N-Hydroxyethylethylenedinitrilo)triacetic acid, 

trisodium salt 

Hitrilo-tris-methylene triphosphonic acid 

Polyamine polymethane phosphonic acid 

All other 



Chemical indicators 

Chemical reagents and fine chemicals- 



Enzymes, total 

Bacterial amylase 

Glucoamylase 

Pectinase 

Proteases, total 

Rennin 

All other proteases- 
Ail other enzymes 



Flotation reagents- 



Fuel additives, total' 

Gasoline additives, total 

Methyl-t-butyl ether 

Tetraethyl lead 

Tetra(methyl-ethyl) lead, (TEL-TML, reacted)- 

All other gasoline additives 

N,N'-Disalicylidene-l,2-propane diamine 

Fuel additives, all other 



Lubricating oil and grease additives, total 

Oil soluble petroleum sulfonates, total 

Oil soluble petroleum sulfonate, barium salt — 
Oil soluble petroleum sulfonate, calcium salt- 
Oil soluble petroleum sulfonate, sodium salt — 

All other oil soluble petroleum sulfonates 

Phenol salts 

Phosphorodithioates (Dithiophosphates) 

Sulfurized sperm oil substitutes 

All other lubricating oil and grease additives — 

Paint driers, naphthenic acid salts: " ^ 

Calcium naphthenate 

Cobalt naphthenate 

Manganese naphthenate 



1,000 
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23.730.943 



119,220 
317.607 



3.811 

15,530 

2,664 

3,034 

280,884 

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1,765,355 
1,375,506 



106,554 
283,295 



148,714 
1.080.725 



438,355 
220,995 
217,360 



12.150 
630,220 



462 

3,308 

583 



1,000 
pounds 



14.931.451 



1,000 
dollars 



106.459 
221.133 



9,132 
4,082 
5,991 



214 



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127,971 

78,36 7 

636 
89,008 



1,936 
282,871 
130,576 

117,628 
95,850 
11.775 

581.788 



481 
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616 



141,774 
104.959 



8,912 
2,823 



25,919 



85.605 



15.470 
32,085 
1.837 
25.545 
12.773 
12,772 
10,668 

11.172 



147,345 
166.914 
102,222 

2,080 
85,540 



2,184 

165,979 

58,711 

76,365 

91,523 

6,185 

481,239 



477 

7,302 

562 



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TABLE 1.— tnSCSUJUROUS KHD-U3B CHEMICALS AMD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS: U.S. PKODUCTIOK 
AMD SALES, 1984 — COVTIHUBD 



MISCELLANEOUS END-USE CHEMICALS 
AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 



PRODUCTION 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 

value' 



Photographic chemicals, total 

p-Diethylaminobenzendiazonium chloride 

All other photographic chemicals 

Poly-a-olef ins 

Polymers for fibers, total 

Nylon 6 and 6/6 

Polyacrylonitrile and acrylonitrile copolymers — 

Polyethylene terephthalate 

All other polymers for fibers 

Polymers, water soluble, total 

Cellulose ether and esters 

Polyacrylic acid salts, total 

Sodium polyacrylate 

All other polyacrylic acid salts 

All other water soluble polymers 

Tanning materials, synthetic 

Textile chemicals, other than surface-active 

agents , total 

Dimethylolhydroxyethylene urea 

Melamine formaldehyde methanol polymers 

Urea polymers with formaldehyde and methanol 

All other tetxile chemicals, other than surface- 
active agents 

Urea in compounds or mixtures, total 

In feed compounds 

In liquid fertilizer 

In plastics 

In solid fertilizer 

Urea in compounds or mixtures, all other 

All other miscellaneous end-use chemicals and chem- 
ical products^ 



1,000 
pounds 



6.264,029 



2,031,964 

642,743 

2,292,237 

1,297,085 

443.745 



234,756 
52,470 
20,067 
32,403 

156,519 

26,944 



34.573 



20,982 
547 
802 

12,242 



270,423 
3,360,405 

646,088 
8,954,942 



266,439 



1,000 
pounds 

4j36 7 



99 
4,268 

49,984 

565.799 



176,430 
389,369 



323.116 



178,284 
44,071 
14,927 
29,144 

100,761 

24,050 



26.699 



20,248 

908 

5,543 

11,117,472 



218,525 
2,792,763 



7,597,827 
508,357 



1,000 
dollars 



501 
16,621 



49,077 
598.318 



138,622 
459,696 



442.050 



255,241 

27,191 

8,325 

18,866 

159,618 

15,730 



15.169 



8,626 



18,770 
248,056 



587,213 
40,198 



37,907 



Per 
pound 

t3.92 



.98 
1.06 



.79 
1.18 



1.43 
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.56 



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1.11 



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.09 



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2.65 



^Calculated from unrounded figures. 

^Not available. 

'statistics exclude production and sales of tricresyl phosphate. Statistics on tricresyl phosphate are 
given with the section on "Plasticizers." 

^Quantities are given on the basis of solid naphthenate. 

^Statistics exclude production and sales of copper naphthenate. Statistics for copper naphthenate are given 
in the section on "Pesticides and Related Products." 

^Includes all other items listed in table 2 which are not individually publishable as groups. 



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ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

(Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of miscellaneous end-use chemicals to the U.S. 
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NAME OF COMPANY 


ACC : 


Atomergic Chemetals Corp. : 


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Elco Corp. Sub. of Detrex Chemical 


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CPC International, Inc., Acme Resin Corp. : 




Industries, Inc. 


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Chemical Corp. 


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Archer Daniels Midland, ADM Clinton : 


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Exxon Chemical Americas 


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East Shore Chemical Co. 


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Ames Laboaratories, Inc. : 


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Essex Chemical Corp., Essex Industrial Chemicals, 


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Alco Chemical Corp. 




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Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc. : 






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Alliance Chemical, Inc. : 


FER 


Ferro Corp. : 


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Ferro Chemical Div. 


APD ; 


Atlas Powder Co. Sub. of Tyler Corp. : 




Keil Chemical Div. 


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U.S. Steel Corp., USS Agri-Chemicals Div. : 


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Fairraount Chemical Co., Inc. 


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Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Firestone 
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Baker International - Magna Corp. : 


FRI 


Farmland Industries, Inc. 


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Gist-Brocades U.S. A Inc. 


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Buckman Laboratories, Inc. : 


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W. R. Grace 4 Co., Agricultural Chemicals Group 


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Belzak Corp. : 


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G. Frederick Smith Chemical Co. 


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Borden, Inc., Borden Chemical Div. : 


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Glyco, Inc. 


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Bison Nitrogen Products Co. : 


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Genencor, Inc. 


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Bristol-Myers Co. : 


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Grain Processing Corp. 


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Buckeye Cellulose Corp. : 


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W. R. Grace & Co., Polymers & 
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Chemical Div. 


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Cominco American, Inc. : 


GYR 


Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 




CBC : 


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Hatco Chemical Corp. 




CCC : 


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HDG 


Hodag Chemical Corp. 




CCL : 


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Hawkeye Chemical Co. 




CCW : 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Carstab Div. : 


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W. R. Grace & Co., Hampshire Chemical Div. 


CEL : 


Celanese Corp., Celanese Fibers : 


HMY 


Humphrey Chemical Co. 




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Hercules, Inc. 


CFA : 


Cooperative Farm Chemicals Association : 


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American Hoechst Corp., Hoechst Fiber 


CFI : 


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CGY : 


Ciba-Geigy Corp. : 


IMC 


International Minerals & Chemicals Corp., 


CHH : 


CHR. Hansen's Laboratory, Inc. : 




Industrial Chemicals Div. 


CHN : 


N-REN Corp., Cherokee Nitrogen Div. : 






CHP : 


C. H. Patrick & Co. , Inc. : 


: JFR 


George A. Jeffreys i Co., Inc. 


CRT : 


Chattem, Inc. : 






cm : 


Stockhausen, Inc. : 


: KCU 


Kennecott Minerals Co., Utah Copper Div. 


CLP : 


Cell Products, Inc. : 






CNC : 


Columbia Nitrogen Corp. : 


: LCS 


Louisiana Chemical Specialties, Inc. 


CO 


Conoco Specialty Products, Inc. : 


LEM 


Napp Chemicals, Inc. 


COC : 


Columbia Organic Chemicals Co., Inc. : 






CPS : 


CPS Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: MAK 


MAK Chemicals Corp. 


CRN : 


CPC International, Inc., Amerchol Corp. : 


: MCI 


Mooney Chemicals, Inc. 


CRT : 


Chemos Corp. : 


: MCK 


HacKenzie Chemical Works, Inc. 


CWN : 


Upjohn Co., Fine Chemicals Div. : 


: MIL 


Milliken & Co., Milliken Chemical Co. 


CXI : 


Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. : 


: MLS 


Miles Laboratories, Inc., Biotechnology Group 






MMC 


EM Industries, Inc., EM Sciences Div. 


DA : 


Diamond Shamrock Corp., Chemical Co. : 






DAN : 


Dan River, Inc., Chemical Products Div. : 


: MON 


Monsanto Co. 


DCC : 


Dow Coming Corp. : 


MOR 


Marathon Morco Co. 


DGC : 


Degussa Corp. : 


: MRX 


Merck i Co . , Inc . 


DIX : 


Dixie Chemical Co., Inc. ; 


: MSC 


Mississippi Chemical Corp. 


DOW : 


Dow Chemical Co. : 






DUP : 


E. I. duPont de Nemours i Co., Inc. : 


NBI 


Novo Biochemical, Inc. 






NOD 


Nuodex, Inc. 


EFH : 


E. F. Houghton & Co . : 


: NTL 


NL Industries, Inc. 


EK 


Eastman Kodak Co.: : 






EKT : 


Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. : 


OMC 


Olin Corp. 





XIV - MISCELLANEOUS END-USE CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 



m9 



TABLE 3— NISCBLLANBOUS EITD-USE CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS: 

MANUFACTintEElS , 1984— CONTINUED 



DIRECTORY OF 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


PAH 


Parish Chemical Co. : 


: SOH 


Sohio Chemical Co. 


PAH 


Pennzoil Co., Penreco Div. : 


: SOI 


Specialty Organics, Inc. 


PAS 


Pennwalt Corp. : 


: SPD 


General Electric Co., Silicone Products Dept. 


PFN 


Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc. : 


: SPR 


Scientific Protein Laboratories 


PFZ 


Pfizer, Inc. : 


: STC 


American Hoechst Corp., Sou-Tex Works 


PIC 


Pierce Chemical Co. 


: SWS 


Stauffer Chemical Co., SWS Silicones Div. 


PLB 


Pharmacia P-L Biochemicals, Inc. 


: SYT 


Synthron, Inc. 


PLC 


Phillips Petroleum Co. 






PMP 


PMP Fermentation Products, Inc. : 


: TER 


Terra Chemicals International, Inc. 


PTT 


Petro-Tex Chemical Corp. : 


: TER 


Terra Nitrogen, Inc. 






: TNA 


Ethyl Corp. 


QCP 


Quaker Chemical Corp. : 


: IPC 


Texas Petrochemical Corp. 






: TRI 


Triad Chemical 


RBC 


Fike Chemicals, Inc. : 


: TRO 


Troy Chemical Corp. 


REG 


Regis Chemical Co. : 


: TUS 


Texaco Butadiene Co. 


RH 


Rohm & Haas Co. : 


TVA 


Tennessee Valley Authority 


RPC 


Millmaster Onyx Group, Inc., Lyndall : 
Chemical Co. Div. : 


: TI 


Texaco, Inc., Texaco Chemical Co. 


RSA 


R.S.A. Corp. : 


: UCC 


Union Carbide Corp . 






: UOC 


Union Oil Co. of California 


S 


Sandoz, Inc., Colors & Chemicals Div. : 


: UPJ 


Upjohn Co. 


SCP 


Henkel Corp. : 


: USR 


Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Group 


SFS 


Stauffer Chemical Co., Specialty & 








Intermediates Div. : 


VNC 


Vanderbilt Chemical Corp. 


SHC 


Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div. : 


: VTC 


Vertac Chemical Corp. 


SHP 


Shepherd Chemical Co. : 






SHX 


Sherex Chemical Co., Inc. : 


WAY 


Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corp., Organic 


SKP 


Shakespeare Co., Monofilaments Div. : 




Chemical Div. 


SH 


Mobil Oil Corp., Mobil Chemical Co., : 


: WBG 


White & Bagley Co. 




Chemical Coatings Div. : 


: WCC 


White Chemical Corp. 


SMP 


J. R. Simplot Co. : 


WLC 


Agrico Chemical Co. 


SHW 


Sun Chemical Corp., Chemical Div. : 


WTC 


Witco Chemical Corp. 


SOC 


Chevron Corp., Chevron Chemical Co. 


WYC 


Wycon Chemical Co. 



Note. — Complete names, 
the appendix. 



telephone numbers, and addresses of the above reporting companies are listed in table 1 of 



SECTION XV -- MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 251 



STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 

Kenneth J. Conant, III and David G. Michels 
202-523-0495 202-523-0493 

The term "miscellaneous chemicals" as it is used here comprises those 
synthetic organic products that are not included in the use groups covered by 
sections I-XIV of this report. They include products that are employed in a 
great variety of uses. The number of chemicals used extensively for only one 
purpose is not large. Among the products covered in this section are those 
used for refrigerants, aerosols, solvents, and a wide range of chemical 
intermediates. 

U.S. production of miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals in 1984 
amounted to 92.0 billion pounds, a decrease of 1.4 percent, compared with 
production in 1983. U.S. sales for 1984 totaled 40.4 billion pounds, valued 
at $12.0 billion. Compared with 1983, sales quantity increased 3.2 percent, 
and sales value increased by 6.3 percent. Production of miscellaneous cyclic 
chemicals composed only 2.8 percent of this section's total production. 

The group, among miscellaneous acyclic chemicals, with the greatest 
volume of production and sales is the halogenated hydrocarbons. Production of 
halogenated hydrocarbons decreased from 23.7 billion pounds in 1983 to 19.4 
billion pounds in 1984, or by 18 percent. Sales of comparable halogenated 
hydrocarbons rose to 9.0 billion pounds in 1984. Production of chlorinated 
hydrocarbons, the largest segment of this group, decreased 19.4 percent in 
1984 to 18.3 billion pounds, from 22.7 billion pounds in 1983. Sales of 
chlorinated hydrocarbons amounted to 8 . 1 billion pounds, valued at $1.5 
billion. 



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TABLE 1.— nSCELLAHEOUS CYCLIC AID ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: U.S. PRODUCTIOH AMD SALES, 1984 

(Listed below are all rolscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals for which any reported data on production or 
sales may be published. (Leaders (...) are used where the reported data are accepted in confidence and may 
not be publis)>ed or where no data were reported.) Table 2 lists all miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic 
chemicals for which data on production and/or sales were reported and identifies the manufacturers of each] 



MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 

value' 



Grand total 

CYCLIC 

Total 

Benzoyl peroxide 

tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate 

Caprolactam^ 

CXimene hydroperoxide 

2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol (BHT), tech. grade 

Dodecenylsuccinic anhydride 

Hexamethylenetetramine, tech. grade 

Lactones 

Maleic anhydride^ 

Pinene and derivatives, total 

B-Pinene 

Pine oil, synthetic 

All other 

Tall oil salts 

l,3,5-Trichloro-5-triazine-2,4,6-(lH, 3H, 5H)trione 
All other miscellaneous cyclic chemicals 

ACYCLIC 

Total 

NITROGENOUS COMPOUNDS 

Total 

Amides , total 

N,N'-Ethylene bis (oleamide) 

N,H'-Ethylenebis(stearamide) 

All other 

Amines , total' 

Butylamines, 

Dipropylamine 

Ethylamines: 

Diethylamine 

Ethylamine, mono- 



1,000 
pounds 

92.008,952 



2.552,388 



9,247 
3,526 
1,027,115 
2,016 
7,074 
5,791 
87,594 

359,060 



46,480 

42,489 

212,867 

2,333 

57,684 

689,112 



89j456j^564 



35,693 
41,048 



18,500 
49,218 



1,000 



40,386.111 



1,000 
do I lars 



12.042.871 



8,767 

3,484 

287,149 

1,775 

7,188 

5,145 

54,030 

14,175 

313,733 



20,474 

7,848 

189,711 

1,940 

8,297 

4,394 

18,074 

14,199 

129,567 



14,319 
42,132 



1,697 
491,362 



39.141.155 



3,758 
18,631 



2,804 
670,832 



10.952,342 



1.289.435 



366 
27,365 
120,932 



418 
18,010 
96,781 

390.480 



29,708 
25,995 



25,278 
17,870 



Per 
pound 

$0.30 



.88 



2.34 
2.25 

.66 
1.09 
1.15 

.85 

.33 
1.00 

.41 



1.65 

1.37 



1.14 
.66 



.85 
.69 



See footnotes at end of table. 



254 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1984 



TABLE 1.— MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: U.S. PRODUCTION 
AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 

value' 



NITROGENOUS COMPOUNDS— Continued 



Amines ^ — Continued 

Triethylamine 

Isopropylamine, mono- 

Methylamines : 

Dimethylamine 

Methylamine, mono- 

Trimethylamine 

All other 

1 , 3-Diethyl-2-thiourea 

Diethylaminoethyl methacrylate 

Diethyl aminomethyl methacrylate, methyl chloride, 
quaternary salt 

Ethanolamines , total ^ 

2,2' -Aminodiethanol (Diethanolamine) 

2-Aminoethanol (Monoethanolamine) 

2,2' ,2" '-Nitrilotriethanol (Triethanolamine) 

2,2'-(Methylimino)diethanol (Methyldiethanolamine) 

Nitiles , total 

Acetonitrile 

Acrylonitrile 

2-Methyllactonitrile (Acetone cyanohydrin) 

All other 

All other nitrogenous compounds 

ACIDS, ACYL HALIDES AND ANHYDRIDES 

Total 

Acetic acid, synthetic, 100% 2 

Acrylic acid ^ 

Fatty acid, hydrogenated 

Pumaric acid 

Propionic acid 

All other acid, acyl halides, and anhydrides 

SALTS OF ORGANIC ACIDS 

Total 

Acetic acid salts, total 

Calcium acetate 

Magnesium acetate 



1,000 
pounds 



19,359 
47,831 

71,026 

47,973 

30,530 

1,235,929 

411 

1,545 

1,775 

504.090 



166,162 
198,274 
139,654 



28,646 
2,219,166 
1,092,617 



1,567,640 



11.588.463 



2,618,714 

839,239 

93,891 

49,510 

95,867 

7,891,242 



23.337 



1,000 
pounds 



15,199 
49,324 

56,245 

21,241 

291,319 

371 

1,567 

1,710 

390.607 



132,639 
137,720 
120,248 

6,713 

1.394.808 



1,194,569 
200,239 
186,755 

2,122.095 



810,948 

145,161 

85,135 

30,239 

78,817 

971,795 



303,355 



20,933 



1,000 
dollars 



12,714 
23,786 

26,391 

8,875 

270.544 

784 

2.610 

2,937 

119.442 



39,955 
41,387 
38,100 

7,482 

455.769 



399,202 

56,567 

194,722 

790.722 



132,980 
61,363 
30,592 
16,183 
17,020 

532,584 



244.957 



Per 
pound 



$0.84 
.48 

.47 

.42 

.93 

2.11 

1.67 

1.72 

■ 31 



.32 
1.11 



.28 
1.04 



.16 
.42 



.22 
.55 



722 



748 



682 
277 



.91 
3.05 



See footnotes at end of table. 



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255 



TABLE l.—MISCBLLAHBOUS CYCLIC AID ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: 
AK) SALKS, 1964— COBTIHUBD 



U.S. PRODUCTIOH 



MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 

value' 



ACYCLIC--Continued 
SALTS OF ORGANIC ACIDS--Continued 



Acetic acid salts--Continued 

Potassium acetate 

Sodium acetate 

Zinc acetate 

All other 

2-Ethylhexanoic acid (a-Ethylcaproic acid salts 
total 

Calcium 2-ethylhexanoate 

Cobalt 2-ethylhexanoate 

Lead 2-ethylhexanoate 

Manganese 2-ethylhexanoate 

Nickel 2-ethylhexanoate 

Zinc 2-ethylhexanoate 

Zirconium 2-ethylhexanoate 

All other 

Oleic acid salts 

Propionic acid salts: 

Calcium propionate 

Sodium propionate 

Oxalic acid salts: 

Ammonium oxalate 

Potassium oxalate 

Stearic acid salts, total'* 

Aluminum stearates 

Barium stearate 

Cadmium stearate 

Cobalt stearate 

Calcium stearate 

Magnesium stearate 

Zinc stearate 

All other 

All other salts of organic acids 

ALDEHYDES 

Total 

Butyraldehyde 

Formaldehyde (37% by weight)^ 

Isobutyraldehyde 

Propionaldehyde 

All other aldehydes- 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 



1,393 

14,605 

731 

5,886 



20.834 



2,019 
5,055 
1,087 
1,071 
984 
1,062 
3,284 
6,272 

376 

18.750 
2,098 



130.185 



3,950 

606 

119 

553 

71,276 

23,812 

28.328 

1,541 

120,097 



8.396.425 



1.244,782 

5.814.501 

308.578 

225.320 

803.244 



1,000 
pounds 



754 
17,666 



17,473 



1,950 

3,655 

1,088 

981 

952 

830 

3,022 

4.995 



112 
71 



3,761 



499 
72,323 

16,669 

26,844 

1,998 

142,672 



2.153.350 



36.739 
1.819,857 



11,674 
285,080 



1,000 
dollars 



1,442 



826 
11,256 



28.982 



2.043 
8,421 
1,121 

965 
1,567 

892 
5,433 
8,540 



233 

157 



916 

45,386 

12,198 

24,101 

2,546 

111,193 



6,774 
117,424 



2,961 
88,109 



Per 
pound 



$0.86 
1.10 



2.08 
2.22 



255 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 1984 



TABLE 1. —MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: U.S. PRODUCTION 
AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 

value' 



1,000 



ACYCLIC— Cont inued 



KETONES 



Total 

Acetone: 

From cumene 

From isopropyl alcohol 

4-Hydroxy-4-niethyl-2-pentanone (Diacetone alcohol 

Methyl ethyl ketone (2-Butanone)^ 

4-Methyl-2-pentanone (Methyl isobutyl ketone) 

All other ketones 

ALCOHOLS, MONOHYDRIC, UHSUBSTITUTED 

Total 

Alcohols, Cii or lower, unmixed, total 

Butyl alcohols, total 

n-Butyl alcohol (n-Propylcarblnol^ 

Isobutyl alcohol (Isopropylcarbinol 

All other 

Ethyl alcohol, synthetic^ ^ 

2-Ethyl-l-hexanol^ 

Isopropyl alcohol^ 

Methanol , synthetic^ 

Propyl alcohol (Propanol) 

All other 

Mixtures of alcohols: 

Ci 1 or lower only 

Ci2 or higher only 

All other alcohols, monohydric, unsubstituted 

ESTERS OF MONOHYDRIC ALCOHOL 

Total 

Butyl acetates: 

n-Butyl acetate 

Isobutyl acetate 

Butyl aery late 

tert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate 

tert-Butyl peroxypivalate 

Dibutyl maleate 

2-Ethoxyethyl acetate 

Ethyl acetate (100% basis)^ 

Ethyl aery late 

2-Ethyl-l-hexyl aery late 



2.719,689 



1,739,293 
123,195 

543,291 
143,328 
170,582 



16.017.260 



14.929.068 



2.946.972 



907,570 

163,150 

1,876,252 

1,060,476 

541,061 

1,394,417 

8,185,774 

149,583 

650,785 



282,309 
546,540 
259,343 



5.294.637 



154,711 

82,872 

423,976 

2,010 

2,144 

3,393 

136,683 

210,425 

306,376 

87,158 



1,000 
pounds 



2,396.866 



1,000 
dollars 



551.792 



1,473,035 

41,471 
557,414 
137,523 
187,423 



252,741 

15,295 

153,933 

54,250 

75,573 



425,497 
99,455 

1,169,007 
363,768 
918,266 

3,813,881 
102,977 



140,166 

251,371 

1,719,454 



2.867.772 



100,582 
20,530 

288,449 
115,965 
203,870 
229,212 
33,811 



59,271 
141,666 
331,757 



1.169.573 



124,652 

59,425 

205,851 

2,033 

2,071 

3,427 

135,758 

172,182 

174,533 

67,406 



51,798 

20,911 

100,613 

6,623 

7,712 

1,930 

62,954 

48,125 

72,439 

38,760 



Per 
pound 



to. 23 



.37 
.28 
.39 



.42 
.35 
.49 
1.26 
1.72 
.56 
.46 
.28 
.42 



See footnote at end of table. 



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257 



TABLS 1.— MISCILLAKSOUS CYCLIC ADD ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: U.S. PKODUCTIO 
AHD SALES, 1984— COHTIHUBD 



MISCELLANEOUS CyCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



UNIT 

value' 



ACYCLIC--Continued 



ESTERS OF MONOHYDRIC ALCOHOLS--Continued 

Fatty acid esters, not included with plastlclzers or 

surface-active agents, total 

Myristyl myristate 

Tridecyl stearate 

All other 

Methyl methacrylate^ 

Phosphorus acid esters, not elsewhere specified 

Propyl acetate 

Tetraethyl orthosilicate 

Vinyl acetate^ 

All other esters of monohydric alcohols 

POLYHYDRIC ALCOHOLS 

Total^ 

1,4-Butadediol 

Ethylene glycol' 

Pentaerythritol' 

Propylene glycol' 

Sorbitol (70% by weight) 

All other polyhydric alcohols 

POLYHYDRIC ALCOHOL ESTERS' 
Total 

POLYHYDRIC ALCOHOL ETHERS 

Total 

2-Buto)cyethanol' 

2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethanol (Diethylene glycol mono- 
butyl ether) 

2-[2-(2-Butoxyethoxy)ethoxyllethanol (Triethylene 

glycol monobutyl ether) 

Diethylene glycol' 

Dipropylene glycol 

2-Ethoxyethanol 

2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethanol (Diethylene glycol mono- 
ethyl ether) 

2-[2-(2-Ethoxyethoxy)ethoxylethanol (Triethylene 

glycol monoethyl ether) 

Polyethylene glycol 

Polypropoxy ethers 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,000 
pounds 



20,321 



259 

1,482 

18,580 

916,516 

101,071 

62,538 

5,828 

2,023,884 

754,731 



4,816.792 



343,702 
3,223,826 
120,587 
462,090 
191,134 
475.453 



270,500 
66,530 

10,579 
535,252 

48,143 
167,594 

31,836 

24,789 
69,974 



1,000 
pounds 



19,927 



1,000 
dollars 



14,632 



252 

1,466 

18,209 

241,535 

79,516 

54,801 

6,962 

,193,398 

324,295 



3.960.824 



396 

1,218 

13,018 

116.302 

88,333 

25,247 

7,485 

276,736 

228,973 



1.090.092 



94,343 
2,900,033 
107,070 
486,925 
139,950 
232,503 



65,153 
600,092 

55.152 
171,087 

50,116 
148,492 



1.339.417 



243,594 

56,153 

4,463 

324,588 

47,590 

71,923 

23,224 



66,180 
10,215 



80,448 

23,107 

2,202 
57,040 
16,164 
26,815 

8,382 



35,693 
8,665 



Per 
pound 



$0.73 



.83 

.71 



258 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEfllCALS, 1984 



-MISCELLANISOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: 
AND SALES, 1984— CONTINUED 



U.S. PRODUCTION 



MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



PRODUCTION 



QUANTITY 



UNIT 

value' 



ACYCLIC--Continued 

POLYHYDRIC ALCOHOL ESTERS — Continued 

Polyglycols, ethylene glycol and glycol ether, 

mixed 

Polypropylene glycol 

Tetraethylene glycol 

Triethylene glycol 

All other polyhydric alcohol ethers 

HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS 

Total 

Chlorinated hydrocarbons, total 

Carbon tetrachloride^ 

Chlorinated paraffins (Cjj-Cj,,): 

35%-64% chlorine ^ 

65% or more chlorine 

Chloroform^ 

Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) 

Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride)^ 

Ethyl chloride (Chloroethane)^ 

Ethylene dichloride (1,2-Dichloroethane)' 

Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene) 2 

1,1,1-Tirchloroethane (Methyl chloroform) 2 

Vinyl chloride, monomer (Chloroethylene)2 

All other 

Fluorinated (including other f luorohalogenated) 

hydrocarbons , total 

Chlorodifluororaethane (F-22)^ 

Dichlorodif luoromethane (F-12)2 

Trichlorof luoromethane (F-H)^ 

All other 

All other halogenated hydrocarbons 

ALL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 

Total 

Acyclic peroxides: 

2-Butanone peroxide 

Carbon disulfide 

Expoxides, ethers, and acetals, total 

Ethylene oxide^ 

All other 



5,101 

11,112 

21,593 

108,515 

475,517 



19.421.089 



713,052 

86,018 

20,389 

404,581 

482,449 

606,731 

290,232 

7,329,771 

573,153 

674,540 

6,084,612 

1,029,083 



254,100 
336,640 
184,924 
336,948 

13,866 



10.682.018 



9,514 



1,000 
pounds 



8,616 

9,715 

19,291 

102,356 

351,509 



1,000 
dollars 



2,710 

6,181 

8,151 

32,394 

180,354 



2,218,389 



351,236 

86,273 

21,761 

334,253 

268,256 

501,362 

92,319 

1,060,336 

433,638 

611,653 

4,116,833 

265,258 



54,467 

31,502 
9,719 

86,181 

51,537 
117,858 

16,017 
112,585 

89,053 
184,274 
621,965 

84,000 



177,721 
323,404 
174,045 



2.559.853 



207,239 

216,644 

88,996 



246,352 



1.177.939 



9,183 

266,885 

1.992,293 



15,169 

44,990 

611,416 



5,698,740 
2,514,516 



512,212 
1,480,081 



131,068 
480,348 



Per 
pound 



*0.31 



.32 
.51 



.26 
.32 



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TABLS 1. — HISCBLLUraODS CTCUC AID ACXCLIC CHBKICALS: 

AID SALBS, 1984— COHTIHUED 



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PRODUCTION 



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UNIT 

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ACYCLIC--Continue<l 

ALL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ACYCLIC CHEMICALS— Continued 

Glycidyle ethers 

Hydrocarbons, not elsewhere specified 

Organo-boron compounds 

Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) 

Silicone fluids 

All other miscellaneous acyclic chemicals 

MIXTURES NOT SPECIFICALLY ITEMIZED 

Total 

Glycol residues 



1,000 
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3,810 

14,668 

1,067 

1,221,992 

166,346 

1,051,365 



1,000 



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2The difference between the production reported here and that shoim on the Preliminary Report on U.S. 
Production of Selected Ornanic Chemicals (includins Synthetic Plastics and Resin Materials. 1984 . rajults from 
a combination of incorrect reporting by some companies, end-of-year inventory adjustments, and rounding. 

'Statistics exclude production and sales of fatty amines. Statistics on fatty amines. Statisticsron fatty 
amines are included in the section "Surface-Active Agents." 

'•Statistics exclude production and sales of potassium and sodium stearates. Statistics on these stearates 
are included in the section "Surface-Active Agents." 

sstatistics for production of specially denatured alcohol, 214,465,472 wine gallons, and completely 
denatured alcohol, 202,303,863 wine gallons, for calendar year 1984 are compiled from data supplied by the 
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. Withdrawals of completely denatured alcohol for fuel use was 
126,344,405 wine gallons; nearly all specially denatured alcohol is considered to be used for fuel. 

ssome polyols which are used as intermediates for urethanes have been included in the section "Plastics and 
Resin Materials." 



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TABLE 3 . —MISCELLANEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 1984 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY BY CODE 

[Names of manufacturers that reported production and/or sales of miscellaneous cyclic and acyclic chemicals to the 
U.S. International Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below in the order of their identification codes as used in 
table 2] 



CODE : 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE : 


NAME OF COMPANY 




AAC : 


Alcolac, Inc. 


: DA : 


Diamond Shamrock Corp., Chemicals Co. 




ABB : 


Abbott Laboratories 


DAZ • 


Diaz Chemical Corp. 




ACS : 


Allied Corp., Chemical Sector : 


DBC 


Badische Corp. 




ACY : 


American Cyanamid Co. ; 


: DCC 


Dow Coming Corp. 




ADC : 


Anderson Development Co. : 


DIX 


Dixie Chemical Co., Inc. 




AGC : 


Alberta Gas Chemicals, Inc. : 


DKA 


Denka Chemical Corp. 




AIP : 


Air Products 4 Chemicals, Inc. : 


: DOM 


Dominion Products, Inc. 




ALB : 


Ames Laboratories, Inc. : 


: DOW 


Dow Chemical Co. 




ALD : 


Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc. 


DPW 


Deepwater, Inc. 




ALI : 


Associated Lead, Inc. : 


: DRC 


Dock Resins Corp. 




ALM : 


Allemania Chemical Co. : 


: DRL 


Darling 4 Co. 




AMB : 


American Bio-Synthetics Corp. : 


: DUP 


E. I. duPont de Nemours 4 Co., Inc. 




AMO : 


Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) : 


: DVC 


Dover Chemical Corp. Sub. of ICC Industries, 


Inc. 


ANG : 


Angus Chemical Co. : 








ARA : 


Syntex Chemicals, Inc. 


EFH 


E. F. Houghton 4 Co. 




ARC : 


Azko Chemie America, Armak Chemicals : 


: EHC 


Ethichem Corp . 




ARS : 


Arsynco, Inc. : 


EK 


Eastman Kodak Co.: 




ARZ : 


Arizona Chemical Co. : 


: EKT 


Tennessee Eastman Co. Div. 




ASH : 


Ashland Oil, Inc. : 


: EKX 


Texas Eastman Co. Div. 




ASL : 


Specialty Chemical Products Corp. : 


ELC 


Elco Corp. Sub of Detrex Chemical Industries 




ATL : 


Atlantic Industries, Inc. : 




Inc. 




ATR : 


Atlantic Richfield Co., Arco Chemical Co. 


EMR 


Emery Industries Div. of National Distillers 


4 


AZT : 


Catalyst Resources, Inc. 


ENJ 


Chemical Corp. 
Exxon Chemical Americas 




BAK : 


Baker International - Magna Corp. 


ESA 


East Shore Chemical Co. 




BAS : 


BASF Wyandotte Corp. 


ESX 


Essex Chemical Corp., Essex Industrial Chemicals, 


BCC : 


Buffalo Color Corp. : 




Inc. 




BFG : 


B. F. Goodrich Co., B. F. Goodrich Chemical : 


EVN 


W. R. Grace 4 Co., Organic Chemicals Div., Evans 




Group 




Chemetics 




BKC : 


J. T. Baker Chemical Co. : 








BKM : 


Buckman Laboratories, Inc. : 


: FER 


Ferro Corp . : 




BLM : 


Balchem Corp., Arc Chemical Div. : 




Ferro Chemical Div. 




BLY : 


Berkley i Co., Inc. 




Grant Chemical Div. 




BOC : 


Biocraft Laboratories, Inc. 




Keil Chemical Div. 




BOR : 


Borden Inc., Borden Chemical Div. 


FKE 


Frank Enterprises, Inc. 




BRD : 


Lonza, Inc. : 


FMC 
FMB 


FMC Corp. : 

Specialty Chemicals Group 




CAD : 


Arzo Chemie America, Noury Chemicals 


FMT 


Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc. 




CAS : 


Caschem, Inc. : 


: FOC 


Handschy Industries, Inc., Farac Varnishes 




CBD : 


Chembond Corp. : 




Chemicals 




CCA : 


Interstab Chemicals, Inc. : 


: FOR 


Formosa Plastics Corporation Louisiana 




CCC : 


C.N.C. Chemical Corp. : 


FRE 


Freeman Chemical Corp. 




CCW : 


Morton-Thiokol, Inc., Carstab Div. : 


: FRO 


Vulcan Materials Co. , Chemicals Div. 




CEL : 


Celanese Corp. : : 


FTE 


Foote Mineral Co. 






Celanese Chemical Co., Inc. : 


: FTX 


Finetex, Inc. 






Celanese Fibers Operations : 










Celanese Specialty Resins 


GAF 


GAF Corp . , Chemical Group 




CCY : 


Ciba-Geigy Corp. 


: GAI 


Glasurit America, Inc. 




CHO : 


Hobay Chemical Corp., Agricultural Chemicals 


CAN 


Gane's Chemicals, Inc. 






Div. : 


GE 


General Electric Co. 




CHL : 


Chemol , Inc . : 


GIV 


Givaudan Corp. 




CHB. : 


C. H. Patrick 4 Co., Inc. : 


: GLY 


Glyco, Inc. 




CHT : 


Chattem, Inc. : 


GP 


Georgia-Pacific Corp.: 




CJO : 


C. J. Osbom Chemicals, Inc. : 




Plaquemine Div. 




cue : 


Clark Oil 4 Refining Corp. : 




Resins Operations 




CMB : 


Cambridge Industries Co. 


: GTL 


Great Lakes Chemical Corp. 




CNI : 


Conap . Inc . 


GYR 


Goodyear Tire 4 Rubber Co. 




CNP : 


Nipro. Inc. : 








COC : 


Columbia Organic Chemicals Co., Inc. : 


: HAL 


C. P. Hall Co. 




COS : 


Cosan Chemical Corp. : 


HCC 


Hatco Chemical Corp. 




CPS • 


CPS Chemical Co., Inc. 


: HCF 


Hereof ina 




CRN : 


CPC International, Inc., Amerchol Corp. 


HCP 


Honig Chemical 4 Processing Corp. 




CRZ : 


Crown Zellerbach Corp., Chemical Products 


HDC 


Hodag Chemical Corp. 






Div. 


HEX 


Hexagon Laboratories, Inc. 




CXI 


Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc. 


HFT 


Syntex Agribusiness, Inc. 




CYL 


Cyclo Chemical Corp. 


: HK 


Occidential Chemical Corp., Industrial 4 




CYR 


CYRO Industries 




Specialty Chemical Div. 





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TABLE 3.~MISCBLLiUIE0US CYCLIC ASD ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: DIRECTORY OF HAHUFACTUSERS , 1984~C0HTIiniBD 



CODE 


NAHE OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


HLI 


Witco Chemical Corp. 


PIC 


Pierce Chemical Co. 


HML 


Hummel Chemical Co. : 


PKI 


Perkins Industries, Inc. 


HMP 


W. R. Grace & Co., Hampshire Chemicals Div. 


: PLC 


Phillips Petroleum Co. 


HMY 


Humphrey Chemical Co. : 


: PLS 


Plastics Engineering Co. 


HOC 


Halocarbon products Corp . : 


PMP 


PMP Fermentation Products, Inc. 


HPC 


Hercules, Inc. : 


: PPG 


PPG Industries, Inc. 


HRT 


Hart Producdfcs Corp. : 


: PST 


Perstorp Polyols, Inc. 


HST 


American Hoechst Corp . , Hoechst Fiber 








Industries Div. 


; QKO 


QO Chemicals, Inc. 


HXL 


Hexcel Corp.. Hexcel Chemical Products 










: RBC 


Fike Chemicals, Inc. 


ICI 


ICI Americas, Inc., Chemicals Div. : 


: RCI 


Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. 


ICF 


Inmont Corp. 


: RCN 


Racon, Inc. 


IMC 


International Hinerals & Chemicals Corp., : 


RDA 


Rhone-Poulenc , Inc. 




Industries Chemicals Div. : 


: REG 


Regis Chemical Co. 


IOC 


Sybron Chemical, Inc. : 


: REM 


Remington Arms Co . , Inc . 






: RH 


Rohm & Haas Co. 


JRC 


Jarchem Industries, Inc. : 


RPC 


Hillmaster Onyx Group, Inc., Lyndall Chemical 
Co. Div. 


KAI 


Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. : 


RSA 


R.S.A. Corp. 


KCH 


Joseph Ayers , Inc . : 


: RUG 


Rubicon, Inc. 


KF 


Kay-Fries, Inc., Chemical Div., Dynamit Nobel : 








of America, Inc. : 


SBC 


Scher Chemicals, Inc. 


KLM 


Kalama Chemical, Inc. : 


SCM 


SCH Corp. : 


KPT 


Koppers Co . , Inc . : 




Organic Chemicals Div. 
PCR, Inc. 


LAX 


Bofors Nobel, Inc. : 


SCP 


Henkel Corp. 


LCP 


LCP Chemicals - West Virginia, Inc. : 


: SD 


Sterling Drug, Inc.: 


LEM 


Napp Chemicals, Inc. : 




Sterling Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 


LIL 


Eli Lilly & Co. : 


: SDC 


Sandoz Chemicals Corp. 


LMI 


North American Chemical Co. : 




Sterling Drug, Inc.: 






SDH 


Hilton Davis Chemical Co. Div. 


HAL 


Mallinckrodt, Inc. : 


SDW 


Sterling Organics 


HCB 


Borg-Wamer Corp., Borg-Wamer Chemicals : 




Stauffer Chemical Co.: 


HCI 


Mooney Chemicals, Inc. : 


SFA 


Agricultural Div. 


HCK 


MacKenzie Chemical Works, Inc. : 


: SFC 


Calhio Chemicals, Inc. 


HET 


M & T Chemicals, Inc. : 


: SFI 


Chlor Alkali Products 


HHI 


Horton-Thiokol, Inc., Ventron Div. : 


: SFS 


Specialty & Intermediates Chemical Div. 


MIL 


Milliken & Co., Milliken Chemical Co. : 


: SHC 


Shell Oil Co., Shell Chemical Co. Div. 


HLS 


Hiles Laboratories, Inc., Biotechnology : 


SHP 


Shepherd Chemical Co. 




Group : 


SHX 


Sherex Chemical Co., Inc. 


HMC 


EH Industries, Inc., EM Science Div. 


: SK 


SmithKline Beckman Corp., SmithKline 


MOB 


Mobay Chemical Corp., Pittsburgh Div. : 




Chemicals Div. 


HON 


Monsanto Co . 


: SKO 


Texaco Refining & Harketing Co. 


MRF 


Morflex Corp. : 


SM 


Hobil Oil Corp. : 


MRX 


Merck i Co . , Inc . 




Hobil Chemical Co. 


HET 


Horton-Thiokol, Inc., Morton Chemical 




Chemical Coatings Div. 




Co. Div. 


SNO 


SunOlin Chemical Co. 






SNW 


Sun Chemical Corp., Chemicals Div. 


NCC 


Niacet Corp. : 


: SOC 


Chevron Corp., Chevron Chemical Co. 


NCI 


Union Camp Corp., Terpene & Aromatics Div. 


: SOH 


Sohio Chemical Co. 


NES 


Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co. 


: SOL 


Southland Corp., Fine Chemical Div. 


NOG 


Norac Co. , Inc. : : 


SPD 


General Electric Co., Silicone Products Dept. 




Hathe Div. : 


: STC 


American Hoechst Corp., Sou-Tex Works 


NOD 


Nuodex, Inc. : 


: SVC 


Capital City Product Co., Armstrong Chemical 


NSC 


National Starch & Chemical Corp. : 




Plant 


NTB 


National Biochemical Co. : 


: SW 


Sherwin-Williams Co. 


NWP 


Northern Petrochemicals Co. : 


: SWS 


Stauffer Chemical Co., SWS Silicones Div. 






SYL 


Sylvachem Corp. 


OH 


Anaquest : 


: SYP 


Plastic Specialties & Technology, Inc., Synthetic 


OHC 


Olin Corp. : 




Products Co. Div. 


ORT 


Roehr Chemicals, Inc. : 










: TCC 


Sybron Chemical, Inc. 


PAC 


Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp. : 


: TCH 


Emery Industries, Inc., Trylon Div. 


PAH 


Parish Chemical Co. : 


: TID 


Texaco Refining & Harketing, Inc., Delaware 


PAS 


Parke-Davis, Div. of Warner-Lambert Co. : 




Refinery 


PEL 


Pelron Corp. : 


: TLC 


Twin Lake Chemical, Inc. 


PEN 


CPC International, Inc., Penick Corp. : 


TNA 


Ethyl Corp . 


PFN 


Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc. : 


: TNI 


The Gillette Co., Chemical Div. 


PFZ 


Pfizer, Inc. and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Inc. : 


: TRO 


Troy Chemical Corp. 


PC 


Procter & Gamble Co., Procter 4 Gambia 


TSA 


Texas Alkyls, Inc. 




Hfg. Co. 


: TU 


Tenn-USS Chemical Co. 



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ACYCLIC CHEMICALS 



301 



TABLE 3. — MISCBLLAHEOUS CYCLIC AND ACYCLIC CHEMICALS: DIRECTORY OF MAHUFACTURERS , 1984 — CONTINUED 



CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


: CODE 


NAME OF COMPANY 


TX 


Texaco , Inc . , Texaco Chemical Co . 


VND 


Van Dyk, Div. of Mallinckrodt, Inc. 


TZC 


Magnesium Elektron, Inc. : 


VST 


Vista Chemical Co. 






VTC 


Vertac Chemical Corp. 


UCC 


Union Carbide Corp. 






UPJ 


Upjohn Co. and Polymer Chemical Div. 


WAG 


West Design Chemical, Inc. 


USB 


U. S. Borax & Chemcial Corp., U.S. Borax 


WCC 


White Chemical Corp. 




Research Corp . 


WCL 


Wright Chemical Corp. 


USI 


National Distillers & Chemicals Corp., U.S. : 


WLN 


Wilmington Chemical Corp. 




Industrial Chemicals Co. 


WM 


Inolex Chemicals Div. 


USR 


Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Group 


WPG 


West Point-Pepperell, Inc., Grifftex Chemical 


USS 


U.S. Steel Corp., USS Chemicals Div. 




Co. Sub. 






WTC 


Witco Chemical Corp. 


VAL 


United Merchants & Manufactures, Inc., 


WTH 


Union Camp Corp. 




Valchem Div. 


WTK 


Whittaker Corp., Heico Chemicals Div. 


VDM 


Van De Mark Chemical Co . , Inc . 


WTL 


Pennwalt Corp., Lucidol Div. 


VEL 


Velsicol Chemical Corp. : 


WVA 


Westvaco Corp., Chemicals Div. 


VGC 


Virginia Chemicals, Inc. : 


WYT 


Wyeth Laboratories, Inc., Wyeth Laboratories 


VIK 


Viking Chemical Co. : 




Div. of American Home Products Corp. 


VNC 


Vanderbilt Chemical Corp. : 







Note. — Complete names, telephone number, and addresses of the above reporting conipanies are listed in table 1 of 
the appendix. 



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APPENDIX 



305 



TABLE 1. — SYHTHBTIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS: ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OP 
MANUFACTURERS, BY COMPANY, 198* 

(Names of synthetic organic chemicals manufacturers that reported production and/or sales to the U.S. Inter- 
national Trade Commission for 1984 are listed below alphabetically, together with their identification 
codes as used in table 2 of the 15 individual sections of this report] 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



AEP 
AZS 



ACO 
WLC 
AIP 
AJY 
AJI 
ARC 
CAD 
ABP 
AGC 
ALC 
AAC 
ALD 
ALE 
ALG 
ALM 
ALL 
BHE 



ACS 
ACU 
ALX 
APH 



BJL 
AMB 



ACY 

HST 



ASY 
ALB 



HVG 
AMV 



ADC 
ANG 
APX 



A i E Plastic Corp 

AZS Corp 

AZS Chemical Corp 

Abbott Laboratories 

Abex Corp., Friction Products Div.- 

U.S. 

Adco Chemical Co 

Agrico Chemical Co 

Air Products 4 Chemicals, Inc 

Ajay Chemicals, Inc 

Ajinomoto U.S.A., Inc 

Akzo Chemie America, Arraak Chemical 

Noury Chemicals 

Alabama By-Products Corp 

Alberta Gas Chemicals, Inc 

Alco Chemical Corp 

Alcolac, Inc 

Aldrich Chemical Co., Inc 

Alex Chemical Co 

Allegheny Chemical Corp 

Allemania Chemical Co 

Alliance Chemical, Inc 

Allied-Bendix Corp., Friction 

Materials Div. 
Allied Corp. : 

Chemical Section 

Union Texas Petroleum Corp 

Alox Corp 

Alpha Corporation of Tennessee 

Alpha Laboratories, Inc 

Amerada Hess Corp. (Hess Oil Virgin 
Island Corp. ) 

American Burdick & Jackson 

American Bio~Synthetics Corp- 

American Cyanamid Co 

American Hoechst Corp.: 

Hoechst Fibers Industries Div 

Petrochemicals /Plastics Group 

Sou-tex Words 

Specialty Products Group, Rhode 
Island Works. 

American Synthetic Rubber Corp 

Ames Laboratories, Inc-- 

Ametek, Inc., Haveg Div 

Amvac Chemical Corp 

Anaquest 

Anderson Development Co 

Angus Chemical Co-- 

Apex Chemical Co., Inc 



818-968-3801 
404-873-1850 
404-873-1851 
312-937-6723 
703-662-3871 



201- 
918- 
215- 
404- 
212- 
312- 
716- 
205- 
201- 
615- 
301- 
414- 
717- 
814- 
504- 
201- 
518- 



201- 
713- 
716- 
901- 



589-0880 
588-2000 
481-4911 
943-6202 
688-8360 
786-0400 
778-8554 
250-5400 
267-1400 
629-1405 
355-2600 
273-3850 
462-3500 
776-1186 
687-6311 
344-2344 
273-6550 



455-5000 
960-7500 
282-1295 
853-2450 



303-756-1338 

201-750-6000 

616-726-3171 
414-384-7017 

201-831-2768 

803-579-5750 
201-231-2477 
704-827 7531 
401-823-2000 

502-448-2761 
203-874-2463 

302-995-0410 
213-264-3910 

608-273-0019 
517-263-2121 
312-498-6700 
201-354-5420 



14505 Proctor Ave., P. 0. Box 1268, 

Industry, CA 91749. 
762 Marietta Blvd., N.W., Atlanta, 

GA 30318. 
762 Marietta Blvd., N.W., Atlanta, 

GA 30318. 
14th St. & Sheridan Rd., N. Chicago, 

IL 60064. 
P. 0. Box 3250, Winchester, VA 22601. 

49-129 Rutherford St., Newark, NJ 07105. 

One William Center, Tulsa, OK 74172. 

P. 0. Box 538, Allentown, PA 18105. 

1400 Industry Rd . , Powder Springs, GA 3007 

4020 Ajinomoto Dr., Raleigh, NC 27610. 

300 S. Wacker Dr., Chicago, IL 60614. 

2153 Lockport-Olcott Rd . , Burt, NY 14028. 

P. 0. Box 10246, Birmingham, AL 35202. 

7 Century Dr., Parsippany, NJ 07054. 

909 Mueller Dr., Chattanooga, TN 37406. 

3440 Fairfield Rd., Baltimore, MD 21226. 

940 W. St. Paul Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53233. 

119 N. Union St., Shenandoah, PA 17976. 

Gillis Ave., Ridgway, PA 15853. 

P. 0. Box 716, Plaquemine, LA 70764. 

33 Avenue P, Newark, NJ 07657. 

P. 0. Box 238, Green Island, NY 12181. 



P. 0. Box 1087-R, Morristown, NJ 07960. 
P. 0. Box 2120, Houston, TX 7 7001. 
3943 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, NY 14303. 
P. 0. Drawer A, Hwy. 57E, Collierville, 

TN 38017. 
1685 S. Fairfax St., P. 0. Box 22223, 

Denver, CO 80222. 
1 Hess Plaza, Woodbridge, NJ 07095. 

1953 S. Harvey St., Muskegon, MI 49442. 
710 W. National Ave., P. 0. Box 04275, 

Milwaukee, WI 53204. 
One Cyanamid Plaza, Wayne, NJ 074 70. 

P. 0. Box 5887, Spartanburg, SC 29301. 
Route 202-206 North, Somerville, NJ 08876. 
P. 0. Box 866, Mount Holly, NC 28120. 
129 Ouidnick St., Coventry, RI 02816. 

P. 0. Box 32960, Louisville, KY 40232. 
200 Rock Lane. P. 0. Box 3024, Mil ford, 

CT 06460. 
900 Greenbank Rd. , Wilmington, DE 19808. 
4100 E. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, 

CA 90023. 
2005 W. Beltline Hwy., Madison, WI 53713. 
1415 E. Michigan St., Adrian, MI 49221. 
2211 Sanders Rd., Northbrook, IL 60062. 
200 S. 1st St., P. 0. Box 254, Elizabethport , 

NJ 07206. 



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TABLE 1.— SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS: 
BY COMPANY, 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 
1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



APO 
ADM 

ARD 
ARN 
ARZ 
ALS 
AGP 
ARP 
ARK 

ARO 
ARL 
ARS 



API 

ALI 



ATL 
AIR 

APD 
APR 
ACC 
AUX 
KCH 



DEC 
BKC 

BAK 

BLM 
BLC 



BFF 
BPT 
BCK 



BCH 
BLZ 
BEN 
BLY 
BTS 

BDS 

BNS 

BOC 
BNP 



Apollo Colors, Inc 

Archer-Daniels-Midland, ADM Clinton-- 

Ardmore Chemical Co 

Arenol Chemical Corp 

Arizona Chemical Co 

Armco , Inc 

Armour-Dial , Inc 

Armour Pharmaceutical Co 

Armstrong World Industries, Inc 

ARNCO 

Arol Chemical Products Co 

Arsynco, Inc 

Ashland Oil, Inc 

Ashland Petroleum Co 

Asoma Polymers, Inc 

Associated Lead, Inc 

Astor Products, Inc., Blue Arrow 

Div. 

Atlantic Industries, Inc 

Atlantic Richfield Co., Arco 

Chemical Co . 
Atlas Powder Co. Sub. of Tyler Corp- 

Atlas Processing Co 

Atomergic Chemetals Corp 

Aura lux Corp 

Joseph Ayers, Inc 

BASF Wyandotte Corp 

Badische Corp 

J. T. Baker Chemical Co 

Baker International - Magna Corp 

Balchem Corp., Arc Chemical Div 

Ball Chemical Co., Ranbar Technology 

Inc . 
Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Inc 

Beatrice Foods: 

Parboil Co. Div 

Permuthane Div 

Beckman Instruments, Inc 

Spinco Div 

Beecham, Inc., Beecham Laboratories 

Div. 

Belding Chemical Industries 

Belzak Corp 

Bennett's Paint and Glass 

Berkley & Co., Inc 

Bethlehem Steel Corp 

Biddle Sawyer Corp 

Binney and Smith, Inc 

Biocraft Laboratories, Inc 

Bison Nitrogen Products Co 

Bofors Nobel, Inc 



312-564-9190 
217-424-5200 

201-481-2406 
212-784-0948 
201-794-3200 
513-425-5000 
312-892-4381 
815-932-6771 
717-397-0611 

213-567-1378 
201-344-1510 
201-933-2323 

614-889-3333 
606-329-3333 
617-978-0144 
215-427-3000 

904-783-5000 

201-235-1800 
215-557-2574 

417-624-0212 
318-636-2711 
516-349-8800 
203-886-2616 
215-837-1808 

616-392-2391 
201-263-4050 

804-887-6000 
201-859-2151 

713-791-6340 
914-355-2891 
412-486-1111 

312-948-2000 



301-477-8200 
617-531-1880 
619-438-9151 
714-871-4848 
201-469-5200 

212-944-6040 
201-773-0602 
801-486-2211 
713-336-1520 
215-694-4522 

212-736-1580 

215-253-6271 

201-796-3434 
712-277-1340 

616-788-2341 



899 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, IL 60062. 
1251 Beaver Channel Pkwy., Clinton, 

lA 52732. 
29 Riverside Ave., Newark, NJ 07104. 
40-33 - 23d St., Long Island City, NY 1110 
1600 Route 208, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410. 
703 Curtis St., Middletown, OH 45043. 
2000 Aucutt Rd., Montgomery, IL 50538. 
P. 0. Box 511, Kankakee, IL 60901. 
Liberty & Charlotte Sts., Lancaster, 

PA 17604. 
5141 Firestone Place, South Gate, CA 90280 
649 Ferry St., Newark, NJ 07105. 
126-20 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 

11368. 
P. O. Box 2219, Columbus, OH 43216. 
P. 0. Box 391, Ashland, KY 41101. 
Old Webster Rd. , Oxford, MA 01540. 
2545 Aramingo Ave., Philadelphia, PA 

19125. 
5244 Edgewood Ct., Jacksonville, FL 

32205. 
10 Kingsland Rd., Nutley, NJ 07110. 
1500 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19101. 

P. 0. Box 87, Joplin, MO 64802. 

P. 0. Box 3099, Shreveport, LA 71133. 

100 Fairchair Ave., Plainview, NY 11803. 
29 Stott Ave., Norwich, CT 06389. 

275 Keystone Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18017. 

491 Columbus Ave., Holland, MI 49423. 

and 100 Cherry Hill Rd., Parsippany, 

NJ 07054. 
P. 0. Box Drawer D, Williamsburg, VA 23187 
222 Red School Lane, Phillipsburg, NJ 

08865. 
P. 0. Box 33387, Houston, TX 7 7233. 
P. 0. Box 180, Slate Hill, NY 10973. 
1486 Butler Plank Rd., Glenshaw, PA 

15116. 
6301 Lincoln Ave., Morton Grove, IL 

60053. 

8200 Fisher Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222. 
Corwin St., Peabody, MA 01960. 
6200 El Camino Real, Carlshad, CA 92008. 
1050 Page Mill Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94304. 

101 Possumtown Rd., Piscataway, NJ 
08854. 

P. 0. Box 300, Grosvenor Dale, CT 06246. 
850 Bloomfield Ave., Clifton, NJ 07012. 
P. 0. Box 1320, Salt Lake City, UT 84110. 

Spirit Lake, lA 51360. 

8th Fl., Bethlehem, PA 



Suite 2439, New York, 



1 Trilene Dr 
Martin Tower 

18016. 

2 Penn Plaza 
10121. 

P. 0. Box 431, 1100 Church Lane, Easton, 

PA 18044-0431. 
12 Industrial Park, Waldwick, NJ 07463. 
Terra Centre, 600 4th St., Sioux City, 

lA 51101. 
5025 Evanston Ave., Muskegon, MI 49443. 



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BY COMPANY, 19e4~COimNUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



Borden, Inc.: 

Borden Chemical Div 

Borg-Wamer Corp . , Borg-Wamer 
Chemicals 

BFP : Breddo Food Products Corp., Inc 

BMC ; Brin-Mont Chemicals, Inc 

BRS : Bristol-Myers Co 

A. Bruder & Sons, Inc 

BUK : Buckeye Cellulose Corp 

BKM : Buckman Laboratories, Inc 

BCC : Buffalo Color Corp 

BUR : Burroughs Wellcome Co 

CLF : CF4I Steel Corp., Pueblo Plant 

CFI : CF Industries, Inc 

CCC : C.N.C. Chemical Corp 

CPC International, Inc.: 

ACR : Acme Resin Corp 

CRN : Amerchol Corp 

PEN Penick Corp 

CPS : CPS Chemical Co., Inc 

CYR : CYRO Industries 

CMB : Cambridge Industries Co 

SVC : Capital City Products Co. , Armstrong 
Chemical Plants. 

CBC : Carbose Corp 

CGL : Cargill, Inc 

CHC : Carpenter Chemical Co 

BSC : Cascade Resins, Inc 

CAS : Caschem, Inc 

AZT : Catalyst Resources, Inc 

CCL : Catawba-Charlab, Inc 

Celanese Corp. : 

Celanese Chemical Co., Inc 

Celanese Engineering Resins 

Celanese Fibers Operations 

Celanese Specialty Resins 

CLP : Cell Products, Inc 

CNT : Certainteed Corp 

CPR : Certified Processing Corp 

GRS : Chanrplln Petroleum Co 

SOG : Charter International Oil Co 

CHA : Chattanooga Coke & Chemicals Co., Inc 

CHT : Chattem, Inc 

CBD : Chembond Corp 

CFI : Chemfax, Inc 

Chem-Fleur , Inc 

CXI : Chemical Exchange Industries, Inc 

CMT : Chemithon Corp 

CHL : Chemol, Inc 

CRT : Chemos Corp 

SOC : Chevron Corp . , Chevron Chemical Corp- 

CHO : Cholineco, Inc 

CHH : CHR. Hansen's Laboratory, Inc 



614-225-4000 
304-424-5411 

913-321-5300 
919-292-0566 
212-546-4000 

215-353-5100 

901-320-8183 
901-278-0330 
715-827-4500 
919-248-3000 



303-551-6500 
312-438-9500 
401-751-7711 



312-771-9600 
201-287-1600 

201-935-6600 
201-727-3100 
201-930-0100 

617-924-0025 
608-752-9007 

814-443-1611 
612-475-7634 
804-359-0800 
503-343-2111 
201-858-7900 
713-682-5300 
704-523-4242 



214-689- 
201-635- 
704-554- 
502-585- 
201-828- 
215-341- 
201-923- 
512-882- 
713-923- 
615-821- 



4000 
2600 
2000 
8011 
6100 
7000 
5200 
8873 
3578 
3541 



615-821-4571 
503-745-6501 
601-863-6511 
201-589-4266 
713-526-8291 
206-937-9954 

919-272-3121 
201-623-3334 
415-894-7700 
803-943-4176 
414-476-3630 



180 E. Broad St., Columbus. OH 43215. 
International Center, Parkersburg, UV 

26101. 
18th & Kansas Ave., Kansas City, KS 56105. 
3921 Spring Garden St. , Greensboro, NC 27407 
345 Park Ave., 5th Fl., New York, NY 

10154. 
52d St. & Grays Ave., Philadelphia, PA 

19143. 
1001 Tillman Ave., Memphis, TN 38122. 
1256 N. McLean Blvd., Memphis, TN 38122. 
340 Elk St., Buffalo, NY 14210. 
3030 Comwallis Rd., Research Triangle 

Park, NC 27709. 

P. 0. Box 315, Pueblo. CO 81002. 
Salem Lake Dr., Long Grove, IL 6004 7. 
P. 0. Box 997, Annex Station, Providence, 
RI 02901. 



Forest Park, IL 60130. 
P. 0. Box 4051, Edison, 



1401 Circle Ave. , 
136 Talmadge Rd. , 

NJ 08818-4051. 
1050 Wall St. W. , Lyndhurst, NJ 07071. 
P. 0. Box 152, Old Bridge, NJ 08857. 
155 Tice Blvd., P. 0. Box 8588, Woodcliff 

Lake, NJ 076 75. 
440 Arsenal St.. Watertown, MA 02172. 
1530 S. Jackson St., Janesville, WI 53545. 

100 Maple St., Somerset, PA 15501. 
P. 0. Box 5630, Minneapolis, MN 55440. 
P. 0. Box 27205. Richmond. VA 23261. 
P. 0. Box 1989. Eugene. OR 97440. 
40 Avenue A. Bayonne, NJ 07002. 
P. 0. Box 250. Elyria, OH 44035. 
5046 Old Pineville Rd.. P. 0. Box 240497, 
Charlotte, NC 28224. 

1250 W. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas. TX 75247 

26 Main St.. Chatham. NJ 07928. 

P. 0. Box 32414. Charlotte, NC 28232. 

P. 0. Box 37500, Louisville, KY 40233. 

5 Georges Rd., New Brunswick. NJ 08901. 

P. 0. Box 860. Valley Forge. PA 19482. 

U.S. Highway #22. Hillside. NJ 07205. 

P. 0. Box 9176. Corpus Christi. TX 78469. 

P. 0. Box 5008. Houston. TX 77012. 

4800 Central Ave., P. 0. Box 2339, 

Chattanooga, TN 37410. 
1715 W. 38th St., Chattanooga, TN 37409. 
P. 0. Box 270, Springfield, OR 97477. 
Three Rivers Rd., Gulfport, MS 39503. 
200 Pulaski St., Newark. NJ 07105. 
P. 0. Box 812, Houston, TX 7 7001. 
5430 W. Marginal Way, SW. , Seattle, WA 

98106. 
P. 0. Box 20687, Greensboro, NC 27420. 
225-235 Gmmett St., Newark, NJ 07114. 
575 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94105. 
P. 0. Box 4 76, Hampton, SC 29924. 
9015 W. Maple St., West Allls, WI 53214. 



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BY COMPANY, 1984 — CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



CGO 
CLK 
CLI 
CSP 



CLD 
CCS 



CIC 
CNC 
COC 
CEI 

CAC 
CMP 
CNI 
CON 



CTL 
CTP 
CPV 
CFA 

COP 
CPY 
CLU 
CRP 

COS 

CSD 

CRD 

CK 

CCP 

USH 

CR2 

CYT 
CUS 
CTR 
CYH 
CYL 
AMD 



DHL 
DPI 



DGO 
DPW 
DEC 

DGC 

DRR 
DKA 
DNS 



NAME OF COMPANY 



Ciba-Geigy Corp 

■'Agricultural Div 

Cijtgo Petroleum Corp 

ClArk Oil & Refining Corp 

Cljintwood Chemical Co 

Coastal Corp., Coastal States 
Petroleum Co. 

Colgate-Palmolive Co 

Colloids , Inc 

Colorado Chemical Specialties, Inc 

Colorado Resins, Inc 

Color Chem International Corp 

Columbia Nitrogen Corp 

Columbia Organic Chemical Co., Inc 

Combustion Engineering, Inc., C-E Cast 
Products. 

Cominco American, Inc 

Commercial Products Co., Inc 

Conap , Inc 

Concord Chemical Co . , Inc 

Conoco Specialty Products, Inc 

Continental Chemical Co 

Continental Polymers, Inc 

Cook Paint & Varnish Co 

Cooperative Farm Chemicals 
Association. 

Coopers Creek Chemical Corp 

Copolymer Rubber & Chemical Corp 

Core-Lube , Inc 

Corpus Christi Petrochemicals Co 

Cosan Chemical Corp 

Cosden Oil i Chemical Co 

Croda, Inc 

Crompton i Knowles Corp 

Crown Central Petroleum Corp 

Crown Metro, Inc 

Crown Zellerbach Corp., Chemical 
Products Div. 

Cumberland International Corp 

Custom Pigments Corp 

Customs Resins Div. of Bemis Co., Inc- 

Cychem, Inc 

Cyclo Chemical Corp 

Cyclo Products, Inc 

Dan River, Inc., Chemical Products 

Div. 

Darling i Co 

Dart Polymers, Inc. Sub. of Dart 

Container Corp. 
Da vies- Young Co 



Day-Glo Color Corp 

Deepwater, Inc 

Degen Oil & Chemical Co. 
Degussa Corp 



Delta Resins & Refractories- 

Denka Chemical Corp 

Dennis Chemical Co 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



914-478-3131 
919-292-7100 
318-491-6011 
314-889-9600 
312-890-5790 
512-887-4100 

212-310-2000 
201-926-6100 
303-278-1963 

303-278-1963 

201-444-8563 
404-823-4000 
803-425-1786 
412-344-7500 

509-747-6111 
201-427-6887 
716-372-9650 
609-966-1526 
713-293-1767 

201-472-5000 
213-637-2103 
816-391-6000 
913-843-7300 

215-828-0375 
504-355-5655 
217-662-2136 
713-751-7100 

201-460-9300 
214-750-2400 
212-683-3089 
215-376-8749 
301-539-7400 
803-277-1870 
206-254-0922 

713-682-1221 
312-252-7273 
612-340-6000 
513-641-4371 
305-592-6700 
213-582-6411 

804-799-7000 

312-927-3000 
517-676-3800 

314-291-1900 

216-391-7070 
714--_l-3522 
201-4? -1192 
201-28. 6500 

414-462-1200 
713-477^8821 
314-771-1800 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



444 Saw Mill River Rd., Ardsley, NY 10502. 
P. 0. Box 18300, Greensboro, NC 27419. 
P. 0. Box 1562, Lake Charles, LA 70602. 
7930 Clayton Rd., St. Louis, MO 63117. 
4342 S. Wolcott Ave., Chicago. IL 60609. 
P. 0. Drawer 521, Corpus Christi, TX 78403. 

300 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022. 

394 Frelinghuysen Ave., Newark, NJ 07114. 

4880 Robb St. - Unit #2, Wheat Ridge, 

CO 80033. 
4880 Robb St. - Unit #2, Wheat Ridge, 

CO 80033. 
7 Plymouth Rd., Glen Rock, NJ 07452. 
P. 0. Box 1483(13), Augusta, GA 30913. 
P. 0. Box 1045, Camden, SC 29020. 
P. 0. Box 457, Muse, PA 15350. 

W. 818 Riverside Ave., Spokane, WA 99201. 
117 Ethel Ave., Hawthorne, NJ 07506. 
1405 Buffalo St., Clean, NY 14760. 
17th & Federal Sts., Camden, NJ 08105. 
600 N Daisy Ashford Rd., P. O. Box 2197, 

Houston, TX 77252. 
270 Clifton Blvd., Clifton, NJ 07015. 
2225 E. Del Amo Blvd., Compton, CA 90220. 
P. 0. Box 389, Kansas City, MO 64141. 
P. 0. Box 308, Lawrence, KS 06044. 

River Rd., West Conshohocken , PA 19428. 
P. 0. Box 2591, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 
P. 0. Box 572, Danville, IL 61832. 
1000 Louisiana St., Suite 2700, Houston, 

TX 7 7002. 
400 - 14th St., Carlstadt, NJ 07072. 
8350 N. Central, Dallas, TX 75206. 
183 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016. 
500 Pear St., Reading, PA 19603. 
1 N Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21203. 
P. 0. Box 5695, Greenville, SC 29606. 
P. 0. Box 4266, Vancouver, WA 98662. 

1523 N. Post Oak Rd., Houston, TX 77055. 
2125 W. Rice St., Chicago, IL 60622. 
800 Northstar Ctr., Minneapolis, MN 55402. 
P. 0. Box 16056, Cincinnati, OH 45216. 
7500 N.W. 66th St., Miami, FL 33166. 
1922 E. 64th St., Los Angeles, CA 90001. 

P. O. Box 261, Danville, VA 24543. 

4650 S. Racine Ave., Chicago, IL 60609. 
432 Hogsback Rd., Mason. MI 48854. 

2700 Wagner Place, Maryland Heights, MO 

63043. 
4515 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, OH 44103. 
P. 0. Box 17599, Irvine, CA 92713. 
200 Kellogg St., Jersey City, NJ 07305. 
Rt. 46 at Hollister Rd., Teterboro, NJ 

07608. 
6263 N. Teutonia Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53209. 
8701 Park Place Blvd., Houston, TX 77017. 
2700 Papin St., St. Louis, MO 63103. 



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BY COMPANY, 1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



DEX 
HYC 

MID 
DAZ 
PLN 

DPP 
DRC 
DOM 
DVC 



DCC 
DRX 

DUP 
DSC 

HMC 
AGI 
EPI 



EKT 
EKX 
ESA 
EEP 

ELH 
ELC 

ELP 
TCH 
USM 
EMK 
EKO 
EHO 
EPC 

ESS 
ESX 

EHC 

TNA 



FMC 
FMN 
FMB 

FRP 
FAB 
FMT 



The Derby Co., Inc 

DeSoto , Inc 

DeSoto, Inc., Petrochemicals 

Dexter Chemical Corp 

Hysol Div 

Midland Div 

Diaz Chemical Corp 

Disogrin Industries Corp 

Dixie Pine Chemicals, Inc 

Dock Resins Corp 

Dominion Products, Inc 

Dover Chemical Corp. Sub. of ICC 

Industries, Inc. 
Dow Chemical Co 

Dow Coming Corp 

Drexel Chemical Co 

E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc 

Dye Specialties, Inc 

EM Industries, Inc., EM Science Div 

EMS-American Grilon, Inc 

Eagle Pitcher Industries, Ohio Rubber 

Co. Div. 

Eastern Color & Chemical Co 

Eastman Kodak Co 

Tennessee Eastman Co. Div 

Texas Eastman Co. Div 

East Shore Chemical Co 

Eaton Corp. , Industrial Polymers 

Products Div. 

Elan Chemical Co 

Elco Corp. Sub. of Detrex Chemical 

Industries, Inc. 

El Paso Products Co 

Emery Industries, Inc., Trylon Div 

Emhart Corp.. Bostik U.S. Div 

Emkay Chemical Co 

Empire Coke Co 

Enenco, Inc 

Enterprise Products Co. of 

Mississippi . 

Essential Chemicals Corp 

Essex Chemical Corp., Essex Industrial 

Chemicals, Inc. 

Ethichem Corp 

Ethyl Corp 

Polymer Products Div 

Exxon Chemical Americas 

FMC Corp 

Agricultural Chemical Corp 

Specialty Chemicals Div 

FRP Co 

Fabricolor Manufacturing Corp 

Fairmount Chemical Co., Inc 



617-342-5831 

312-391-9000 

817-625-2111 

212-542-7700 
818-968-6511 

312-623-4200 
716-638-6321 
603-669-4050 

601-584-6221 
201-862-2351 
718-499-3050 
216-343-7711 

517-636-1000 

517-496-4000 
901-774-4370 

302-774-1000 
201-866-9504 

609-354-9200 
803-481-9173 
216-942-6500 

401-331-9000 
716-724-4000 
615-229-2000 
214-236-5000 
616-726-3106 
216-523-5000 

201-344-8014 
216-749-2605 

915-333-7200 
803-963-4031 
617-777-0100 
201-352-7053 
205-945-8061 
901-320-5800 
713-880-6500 

404-691-3000 
201-773-6300 

201-933-7880 
804-788-5000 
804-788-5000 
713-870-6018 

215-299-6000 
215-299-6000 
716-876-8300 

912-367-3616 
201-742-3900 
201-344-5790 



3S Plaines, 



Box 2199, Fort 



10474. 
Industry, C 



231 Industrial Park, 119 Authority Dr. 

Fitchburg, MA 01420. 
1700 S. Mt. Prospect Ave. 

IL 60018. 
600 E. Central St. , P. 0. 

Worth, TX 76113. 
845 Edgewater Rd. , Bronx, 
15051 E. Don Julian Rd. 

91749. 
E. Water St., Waukegan, IL 60085. 
P. 0. Box 194, Holley, NY 14470. 
Grenier Industrial Airpark, Manchester, 

NH 03130. 
P. 0. Box 470, Hattiesburg, MS 39401. 
1512 W. Elizabeth Ave., Linden, NJ 07036. 
882 - 3d Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11232. 
W. 15th & Davis Sts., P. 0. Box 40, 

Dover, OH 44622. 
2020 Willard H. Dow Center, Midland, 

MI 48640. 
2200 W. Salzburg Rd., Auburn, MI 48640. 
2487 Penn St., P. 0. Box 9306, Memphis, 

TN 38109. 
DuPont Bldg., Wilmington, DE 19898. 
100 Plaza Center, Secaucus, BJ 07094. 

2909 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45212. 
P. 0. Box 1948, Sumter, SC 29150. 
P. 0. Box 1398, Denton, TX 76201. 

35 Livingston St., Providence, RI 02904. 
343 State St., Rochester, NY 14650. 
P. 0. Box 1974, Kingsport, TN 37662. 
P. 0. Box 1974, Kingsport, TN 37662. 
1221 E. Barney Ave., Muskegon, MI 49443. 
1199 S. Chillicothe Rd. , Aurora, OH 44202. 

268 Doremus Ave. , Newark, NJ 07105. 
P. 0. Box 09186, Cleveland, OH 44109. 

P. 0. Box 3986, Odessa, TX 79760. 

P. 0. Box 628, Mauldin, SC 29662. 

Boston St., Middleton, MA 01949. 

319 - 2d St., Elizabeth, NJ 07206. 

530 Beacon Pwy. W. , Birmingham, AL 35209. 

P. 0. Box 125, Memphis, TN 38101. 

P. 0. Box 4324, Houston, TX 7 7210. 

28391 Essential Rd., Merton, WI 53056. 
1401 Broad St., Clifton, NJ 07015. 

150 Grand St.. Carlstadt, BJ 07072. 
330 S. 4th St., Richmond, VA 23219. 
8000 G. S.R.I. Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70808. 
P. 0. Box 3272, Houston, TX 7 7001. 

2000 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19103. 
2000 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19103. 
Sawyer Ave. & River Rd., Town of Tonawanda, 

NY 14150. 
P. 0. Box 349, Baxley, GA 31513. 
P. 0. Box 2398, Paterson, NJ 07509. 
117 Blanchard St., Newark, NJ 07105. 



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BY COMPANY, 1984~CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



FRI 
FEL 
FER 



RBC 
FTX 



FRF 
FRS 

FST 
FPC 
FLM 

CIK 
FTE 
FMO 



FJI 
FKE 
FLN 
FRE 



GAF 
GLX 
GAN 

GNT 
GNR 



GEI 
SPD 



GLC 
GRG 



TNI 
GBF 

GIV 
GAI 
GLY 



Farmland Industries, Inc 

Felton International, Inc 

Ferro Corp. : 

Ferro Chemical Div 

Grant Chemical Div 

Keil Chemical Div 

Ottawa Chemical Div 

Productol Chemical Div 

Fike Chemicals, Inc 

Finetex, Inc 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.: 

Firestone Fibers S Textile Co 

Firestone Synthetic Rubber & Latex 
Co. Div. 

First Chemical Corp 

Flambeau Paper Corp 

Fleming Laboratories, Inc 

Flint Ink Corp., Cal/Inc Div 

Foote Mineral Co 

Ford Motor Co., Paint Plant 

Formosa Plastics Corp: 

Louisiana 

USA 

Foy- Johnston, Inc 

Frank Enterprise, Inc 

Franklin Chemical International 

Freeman Chemical Corp 

Frltzsche Dodge i Olcott, Inc 

H. B. Fuller Co 

GAF Corp., Chemical Corp 

Galxie Chemicals Corp 

Gane's Chemicals, Inc 

Gencorp, Polymers Div 

Genencor , Inc 

General Electric Co 

Insulating Materials 

Silicone Products Dept 

General Foods Manufacturing Corp., 
Maxwell House Coffee Div. 

General Latex & Chemical Corp 

P D George Co 

Georgia-Pacific Corp.: 

Bellingham Div 

Houston Div 

Plaquemine Div 

PVC Compound Div 

Resins Operations 



The Gillette Co., Chemical Div- 
Gist-Brocades, USA, Inc 



816-459-6407 
718-497-4664 

216-641-8580 
504-654-6801 
219-931-2630 
419-691-3507 
213-945-3401 

304-755-3336 
201-797-4686 



804-541-2000 
216-379-7495 

601-762-0870 
715-762-3231 
704-372-5613 

415-525-1188 
215-363-6500 
313-466-1913 



504-356- 
201-966- 
513-631- 
614-253- 
614-443- 
414-284- 
212-929- 
612-645- 



3341 
6980 
4270 
5519 
0241 
5541 
4100 
3401 



Givaudan Corp 

Glasurit America, Inc- 
Glyco, Inc 



201-862-2600 
201-279-0558 
212-391-2580 

216-798-3320 
415-588-3475 
614-622-5310 
413-494-4793 

518-385-7999 
518-266-2641 

201-420-3436 

617-576-8000 
314-621-5700 

206-733-4410 
404-521-4000 
404-521-4000 
404-521-5200 
404-521-4000 

617-421-7000 
704-527-9000 

201-365-8000 
313-851-1000 
203-847-1191 



P. 0. Box 7305, Kansas City, MO 64116. 
599 Johnson Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11237. 

7050 Krick Rd., Bedford, OH 44146. 
P. 0. Box 263, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 
3000 Sheffield Ave., Hammond, IN 46320. 
700 N. Wheeling St. 
10051 Romandel Ave. 

CA 906 70. 
P. 0. Box 550, Nitro, 
418 Falmouth Ave. 

07407. 



Toledo, OH 43605. 
Santa Fe Springs, 



25143. 
Elmwood Park, NJ 



P. 0. Box 450, Hopewell, VA 23869. 
P. 0. Box 2786, Akron, OH 44301. 

P. 0. Box 1427, Pascagoula, MS 39567. 
200 N. First Ave., Park Falls, WI 54552. 
2205 Thrift Rd., P. 0. Box 34384, 

Charlotte, NC 28234. 
1404 - 4th St., Berkeley, CA 94710. 
Route 100, Exton, PA 19341. 
400 Groesbeck Hwy., Mt. Clemens, MI 

48043. 

P. 0. Box 271, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 

66 Hanover Rd., Florham Park, NJ 07932. 

1776 Mentor Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45212. 

700 Rose Ave., Columbus, OH 43219. 

2020 Bruck St., Columbus, OH 43207. 

P. 0. Box 24 7, Port Washington, WI 53074. 

76 - 9th Ave., New York, NY 10011. 

3520 Lexington Ave. N. , St. Paul, MN 55112. 

P. 0. Box 12, Linden, NJ 07036. 
26 Piercy St., Paterson, NJ 07524. 
1114 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

NY 10036 . 
1 General St., Akron, OH 44329. 
180 Kimball Way, S. San Francisco, CA 94080. 
1350 S. Second St., Coshocton, OH 43812 

and 1 Plastics Ave., Pittsfield, MA 

01201. 
1 Campbell Rd., Schenectady, NY 12345. 
Waterford-Mechanicville Rd., Bldg. 11-MD24, 

Waterford, NY 12188. 
1125 Hudson St., Hoboken, NJ 07030. 

675 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139. 
5200 N. Second St., St. Louis, HO 63147. 

P. 0. Box 1236, Bellingham, WA 98227. 
P. 0. Box 1959, Pasadena, TX 7 7501. 
P. 0. Box 629, Plaquemine, LA 70765. 
8000 G.S. R.I. Rd., Baton Rouge, LA 70808. 
133 Peachtree St. NE. , Atlanta, GA 

30361. 
3500 W. 16th St., N. Chicago, IL 60064. 
5550 - 77 Center Dr., P. 0. Box 241068, 

Charlotte, NC 28224. 
100 Delawanna Ave., Clifton, NJ 07014. 
3301 Bourke Ave., Detroit, MI 48238. 
488 Main St., P. 0. Box 5100, Horwalk, 

CT 06856. 



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BY COMPAHY, 



ALPHABETICAL DIRSCTORY OF NAIUFACTURESS , 
1984— COHTllTOKD 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



BFG : B. F. Goodrich Co., B. F. Goodrich 

: Chemical Group. 

HGC : Goodson Chemical Corp 

GYR : Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 

: W. R. Grace & Co . : 

GCC : Agricultural Chemicals Group 

HMP : Hampshire Chemicals Div 

EVN Organic Chemicals Div. , Evans 

: Chemetics. 

GRD : Polymers i Chemicals Div 

GPC : Grain Processing Corp 

CPC : Grant Chemical Co 

GTL : Great Lakes Chemical Corp 

GNU : Greenwood Chemical Co 

GDC : Gresto, Inc 

GRV : Guardsman Chemicals, Inc 

GOG : Gulf Oil Corp., Gulf Oil Products Co 

GTH : Guth Corp 

HAR : Haarmann & Beimer Corp 

HAL : C. P. Hall Co 

HOC : Halocarbon Products Corp 

FCC : Handschy Industries, Inc., Farac 

Varnishes & Chemicals. 

HAN : Hanna Chemical Coatings Corp 

HSH : Harshaw/Filtrol Partnership 

HRT : Hart Products Corp 

HGC : Hatco Chemical Co 

HKY : Hawkeye Chemical Co 

HAP : Helmerich & Payne, Inc., Natural 

: Gas Odorizing Div. 

SCP : Henkel Corp 

HCF : Hercofina 

HPC : Hercules, Inc 

HER : Heresite-Saekaphen, Inc 

HTN : Heterene Chemical Corp 

HET : Heterochemical Corp 

HEC : Hewchem 

HEW : Hewitt Soap Co. , Inc 

HEX : Hexagon Laboratories, Inc 

HXL : Hexcel Corp., Hexcel Chemical 
Products. 

HIP : High Point Chemical Corp 

HIM : Himont, U.S.A., Inc 

HDG : Hodag Chemical Corp 

HOF : Hof fmann-LaRoche, Inc 

HCP : Honig Chemical & Processing Corp 

EFH : E. F. Houghton & Co 

HML : Hummel Chemical Co 

HMY : Humphrey Chemical Co 

WAY : Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corp., 

Organic Chemical Div. 

HNT : Huntington Laboratories, Inc 



216-A47-6000 

801-278-5311 

216-796-8668 

901-357-2311 
617-861-6600 
203-655-8741 

617-861-6600 
319-264-4211 
201-791-6700 
317-463-2511 

703-456-5832 

919-475-8101 

616-452-5181 

713-754-2000 
312-547-7030 

201-686-3132 

312-767-4600 
201-343-8703 
312-597-7990 

614-294-3361 

216-292-9200 
201-433-6665 
201-738-1000 
319-243-5800 
713-424-5568 

612-828-8000 
919-343-1150 

302-594-5000 
414-684-6646 
201-278-2000 
516-561-8225 

601-863-6600 

513-253-1151 
212-324-7550 
201-472-6800 

919-884-2214 
302-594-5500 
312-675-3950 
201-235-5000 
201-344-0881 
215-666-4000 

201-754-1800 
203-281-0012 
201-977-6000 

219-356-8100 



6100 Oak Tree Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44131. 

3760 Highland Dr., Suite 200, Salt Lake 

City, UT 84106. 
1144 E. Market St., Akron, OH 44316. 

P. 0. Box 27147, Memphis, TN 38127. 
55 Hayden Ave., Lexington, MA 02173. 
90 Tokeneke Rd. , Darien, CT 06820. 

55 Hayden Ave., Lexington, MA 02173. 
P. 0. Box 349, Muscatine, lA 52761. 
P. 0. Box 360, Elmwood Park, NJ 07407. 
P. 0. Box 2200, Hwy. 52, W. Lafayette, 

IN 47906. 
P. 0. Box 26, State Hwy. #690, Greenwood, 

VA 22943. 
216 E. Holly Hill Rd . , Thomasville, NC 

27360. 
1350 Steele Ave., S.W., Grand Rapids, HI 

49507. 
P. 0. Box 2001, Houston, TX 77252. 
551 Granville, Hillside, IL 60162. 



Box 175, Springfield, 



111 U.S. Hwy. 22, 

NJ 07081. 
7300 S. Central Ave., Chicago, IL 60638. 
82 Burlews Ct., Hackensack, NJ 60638. 
13601 S. Ashland Ave., Riverdale, IL 60627. 

1313 Windsor Ave., P. 0. Box 147, Columbus, 

OH 43216. 
30100 Chagrin Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44124. 
173 Sussex St., Jersey City, NJ 07302. 
King George Post Rd., Fords, NJ 0886 3. 
P. 0. Box 899, Clinton, lA 52733. 
3601 Decker Dr., P. 0. Box 4176, Baytown, 

TX 7 7520. 
7900 W. 78th St., Minneapolis, HN 55435. 
310 N. Front St., P. 0. Box 1694, 

Wilmington, NC 28402. 
Hercules Plaza, Wilmington, DE 19899. 
822 S. 14th St., Manitowoc, WI 54220. 
790 - 21st Ave., Paterson, NJ 07513. 
Ill E. Hawthorne Ave., P. 0. Box 157, 



Valley Stream 
2500 - 33d Ave. 

MS 39501. 
333 Linden Ave. 
4166 Boston Rd. 



NY 



11580. 
>. Box 188, 



Gulf port. 



Dayton, OH 
Bronx , NY 



45403. 
10475. 



205 Main St., Lodi, NJ 07644. 

P. 0. Box 2315, High Point, NC 27261. 
1313 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE 19894. 
7247 N. Central Park Ave., Skokie, IL 60076. 
340 Kingsland St., Nutley, NJ 07110. 
414 Wilson Ave., Newark, NJ 07105. 
Madison & Van Buren Aves., Valley Forge, 

PA 19482. 
P. 0. Box 250, S. Plainfleld, NJ 07080. 
P. 0. Box 325, N. Haven, CT 06473-0325. 
One Wellington Rd., Lincoln, RI 0286S. 

970 E. Tipton St., Huntington, IN 46750. 



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TABLE 1 . —SYNTHETIC ORGAHIC CHEMICALS: ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 
BY COMPANY, 1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



HUS 
HYN 



RAY 
IGC 
IHD 
IDC 

INL 
ICF 
ICC 



ENP 
SPC 



ILI 
IFF 



IPC 
CCA 
lOV 



JRC 
JFR 
JRG 

JTO 
UPF 
MCA 
JNS 
JOB 
JOR 

KAI 
KLM 



KHP 
KCU 



KYS 

KCW 
CHF 
KHP 
KHI 
KOH 



Husky Industries, Inc 

Hynson, Westcott, & Dunning, Inc- 



ICI Americas, Inc- 



Chemicals Div 

ITT Rayonier, Inc 

Indiana Gas & Chemical Corp- 

Indol Color Co., Inc 

Industrial Color, Inc 



Inland Steel Co 

Inmont Corp 

Iranont Corp . Div of United 

Technologies Corp. 
Inolex Chemical Co 



Insilco Corp. : 

Enterprise Co. Div 

Sinclair Paint Co. Div 



Interlake, Inc 

International Flavor & Fragrances, 

Inc. 
International Minerals & Chemical 
Corp. : 

Industrial Chemicals Div 

Interplastic Corp 

Interstab Chemicals, Inc 

lovite, Inc 



Ironsides Co- 



Jarchem Industries, Inc 

George A. Jeffreys & Co., Inc 

Andrew Jergens Co 



Jetco Chemicals, Inc 

Jim Walter Resources, Inc., CIC Div — 
Johnson Matthey, Inc., Pigments Dept- 

S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc 

Jones-Blair Co 

Jordan Chemical Co 



Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp- 
Kalama Chemical, Inc 



Kay-Fries, Inc., Chemical Div., 
Dynamit Nobel of America, Inc. 

Kelly-Moore Paint Co., Inc 

Kennecott Minerals Co., Utah Copper 
Div. 

Kenrich Petrochemicals, Inc 

Kent Polymers, Inc 



Keysor Corp 

Keystone Color Works, Inc- 
Kincaid Enterprises, Inc — 

Knapp Products, Inc 

Koch Refining Co 

H. Kohnstamm & Co., Inc 



404-393-1430 
301-83 7-0890 

302-575-3000 

302-575-3000 
203-348-7000 
812-232-0231 
201-242-1300 
815-722-7402 

312-346-0300 
201-365-3400 
201-427-6700 

215-271-6400 



312-541-9000 
213-268-2511 

312-986-6600 
212-765-5500 

812-232-0121 

312-564-8600 
612-331-6850 
201-247-2202 
312-481-8900 

614-224-2228 

201-344-0600 
703-389-8220 
513-421-1400 

214-872-3011 
205-849-3031 
201-373-7801 
414-631-2000 
214-353-1600 
215-583-7000 

415-271-3300 
206-682-7890 

201-784-0200 

415-592-8337 
801-322-6178 

201-823-9000 

717-455-2021 



805-259- 
717-854- 
304-755- 
201-478- 
316-832- 
212-620- 



2360 
9541 
3377 
7945 
5182 
4800 



P. 0. Drawer I, Dickinson, ND 58601. 
Charles & Chase Sts., Baltimore, MD 21202. 

Concord Pike 4 Murphy Rd., Wilmington, 

DE 19897. 
Wilmington, DE 19897. 
1177 Summer St., Stamford, CT 06904. 
1341 Hulman St., Terre Haute, IN 47808. 
1029 Newark Ave., Elizabeth, NJ 07201. 
50 Industry Ave., Bldg. 28, Joliet, 

IL 60435. 
30 W. Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60603. 
1255 Broad St., Clifton, NJ 07015. 
150 Wagaraw Rd., Hawthorne, NJ 07506. 



Jackson & Swanson Sts. 
PA 19148. 



Philadelphia, 



Komac Paint, Inc- 



303-534-5191 



1191 S. Wheeling Rd., Wheeling, IL 60090. 
3960 E. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 

90023. 
2015 Spring Rd. , Oak Brook, II 60521. 
521 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019. 

P. 0. Box 207, Terra Haute, IN 4 7808. 

421 E. Hawley St., Mundelein, IL 60060. 
2015 NE Broadway, Minneapolis, MN 55413. 
500 Jersey Ave., New Brunswick, NJ 08903. 
21625 Oak St., P. 0. 129, Mattison, IL 

60443. 
270 W. Mound St., Columbus, OH 43215. 

40 Ball St., Newark, NJ 07105. 

P. 0. Box 709, Salem, VA 24153. 

2535 Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati, OH 

45214. 
P. 0. Box 1898, Corsicana, TX 75110. 
P. 0. Box 5327, Birmingham, AL 35217. 
1200 Grove St., Irvington, NJ 07111. 
1525 Howe St., Racine, WI 53403. 
2728 Empire Center, Dallas, TX 75235. 
1830 Columbia Ave., Folcroft, PA 19032. 

P. 0. Box 337, Gramercy, LA 70052. 
Suite 1110, Bank of California Center, 

Seattle, WA 98164. 
10 Link Dr., Rockleigh, NJ 07647. 

987 Commercial St., San Carlos, CA 94070. 
P. 0. Box 31838, Salt Lake City, UT 84131. 

P. 0. Box 32, 140 E. 22nd St., Bayonne, 

NJ 07002. 
666 Dietrich Ave., P. 0. Box 920, Hazelton, 

PA 18201. 
P. 0. Box 308, Saugus, CA 91350. 
151 W. Gay Ave., York, PA 17403. 
P. 0. Box 671, Nitro, WV 30067. 
220 Kemah Rd., Ridgewood, NJ 07450. 
P. 0. Box 2302, Wichita, KS 67201. 
161 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 

10013. 
201 Osage ST., Denver, CO 80204. 



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TABUS 1.— SnTHKTIC OKAnC CHBHICALS: 
BY COMPAHY, 



ALPHABETICAL DIKKCTOKT OF munJFACTUSKBS, 

1984— COBTIHUED 



iDEirri- 

FICATIOH 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



Kop^ers Co. , Inc 

LCP Chemicals: 

Maine 

West Virginia, Inc 

LTV Steel Co., Inc 

Lake States Div. of Rhinelander 
Paper Co. 

LUH : Laurel Products Corp 

LII : Lawter International, Inc 

LEA : Leatex Chemical Co. 

LLI : Lee Laboratories , Inc 

SAR : Leksi, Inc 

LEV : Lever Brothers Co 

LVS : C. Lever Co., Inc 

LIL : Eli Lilly & Co., Inc 

Eli Lilly Industries, Inc 

Lie : Lilly Industrial Coatings, Inc 

BRD : Lonza, Inc 

Lord Corp., Chemical Products Group 

LAS : Los Angeles Soap Co 

LCS : Louisiana Chemical Specialties, Inc 

MAX : MAX Chemical Corp 

MET : M & T Chemicals, Inc 

SCR : MW Manufacturers, Southern Resin Div-- 

MCK : MacKenzie Chemical Uorks, Inc 

T2C : Magnesium Elektron, Inc 

MGR : Magruder Color Co., Inc 

MAL : Mallinckrodt, Inc 

MOR : Marathon Morco Co 

HOC : Marathon Petroleum Co., Texas Refining 
Div. 
Marden-Wild Corp 

Marlowe-Van Loan Corp 

MCA : Hasonite Corp. , Alpine Div 

MYO : Mayo Chemical Co 

MZC : Mazer Chemical, Inc 

MCC : McCloskey Varnish Co 

MCC : McCloskey Varnish Co. of the N.W 

MCC ; McCloskey Varnish Co. of the West 

STG : McCormick & Co . , Inc., McCormick- 
Stange, Flavor Div. 

MGK : McLaughlin Gormley King Co 

MNP : McWhorter, Inc 

MLC : Melamine Chemicals, Inc 

MRK : Merck & Co., Inc 

MER : Merichem Co 

MLS : Miles Laboratories, Inc., 

Biotechnology Group. 
MIL : Milliken & Co., MilUken Chemical Co- 
RPC : Millmaster Onyx Group, Inc., Lyndall 

Chemical Co. Div. 



412-227-2000 



201-225-4840 
304-843-1310 
216-622-5000 

715-369-4356 

215-423-5300 
312-498-4700 
215-739-6324 

804-862-2534 
215-521-3800 
212-906-6000 
215-639-8640 
317-261-2000 
809-757-4150 

317-634-8512 
201-794-2400 
814-868-3611 

213-627-5011 

504-775-1801 

317-288-4464 

201-499-0200 
703-483-0211 
516-234-8600 
201-782-5800 
201-242-1300 
314-895-2000 

713-337-1534 
419-422-2121 

617-666-0400 

919-886-7126 

601-863-5772 
404-696-6711 
312-244-3410 
215-624-4400 
503-226-3751 
213-726-7272 
301-667-7171 

612-544-0341 
312-428-2657 

504-473-3121 
201-574-4000 
713-455-1311 
219-262-7445 

803-472-9041 
212-687-2757 



Koppers Bldg., K-1050, 10th Fl., Pittsburgh, 
PA 15219. 



P. 0. Box 149, Orrington, ME 04474. 

P. 0. Box Box J, Moundsville, WV 26041. 

LTV Steel Bldg., 25 W. Prospect Ave., 

Cleveland, OH 44115. 
515 W. Davenport St., Rhinelander, WI 

54501. 
2600 E. Tioga St., Philadelphia, PA 19134. 
990 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, IL 60062. 
2722 N. Hancock St., Philadelphia, PA 

19133. 
P. O. Box 1658, Petersburg, VA 23805. 
P. 0. Box 56, Essington, PA 19029. 
390 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022. 
736 Dunks Ferry Rd., Bensalem, PA 19020. 
307 E. McCarthy St., Indianapolis, IN 46285. 
Call Box 1198 - Pueblo Station, Carolina, 

PR 00628-1198. 
P. 0. Box 946, Indianapolis 
22-10 Route 208, Fair Lawn, 
2000 W. Grandview Blvd., P. 

Erie, PA 16514-0038. 
617 E. 1st St., P. 0. Box 2198 T.A., 

Los Angeles, CA 90012. 
12537 Scenic Hwy. , Baton Rouge, LA 70807. 



H 46206. 
07410. 
Box 10038, 



1200 Rochester Ave., P. O. Box 2423, 

Muncie, IN 47302. 
P. 0. Box 889, Laurens, SC 29360. 
P. 0. Box 68, Thomasville, NC 27360. 
1 Cordello Ave., Central Islip, NY 11722. 
R.D. #2, Box 251, Flemington, NJ 08822. 
1029 Newark Ave., Elizabeth, NJ 07201. 
675 McDonnell Blvd., P. O. Box 5480, 

St. Louis, MO 63134. 
P. 0. Drawer C, Dickinson, TX 77539. 
539 S. Main St., Findlay, OH 45840. 

500 Columbia St., P.O. Box 499, Somerville, 

MA 02143. 
1511 Joshua Circle, P. O. Box 1851, High 

Point, NC 27261. 
P. 0. Box 2392, Gulfport, MS 39505. 
5544 Oakdale Rd., Smyrna, GA 30080. 
3938 Porett Dr., Gumee, IL 60031. 
7600 State Rd . , Philadelphia, PA 19136. 
4155 N.W. Yeon Ave., Portland, OR 97210. 
5501 W. Slauson, Commerce, CA 90040. 
230 Schilling Circle S. , Hunt Valley, MD 

21031. 
8810 - 10th Ave., N. , Minneapolis, MN 5542 
400 E. Cottage Place, Carpentersville, IL 

60110. 
P. 0. Box 748, Oonaldsonville, LA 70346. 
P. 0. Box 2000. Rahway, NJ 07065. 
1914 Haden Rd., Houston, TX 77015. 
P. 0. Box 932, Elkhart, IN 46515. 

P. 0. Box 817, Inman, SC 29349. 
Coronet Dr., Dalton, GA 30720. 



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-SYMTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS: ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF MAHUFACTURBRS , 
BY COMPANY, 1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



HMM 
MIR 
MSC 



VPC 
MOB 



MOA 
HON 
MCI 
MCP 
MRF 

CCW 
MRT 
TCI 
MHI 
MOT 
PHZ 

NTL 

CHN 
LEM 
NTC 
NCJ 
USI 



NMC 
NSC 
NTS 

NEP 
NVM 
NEV 

HCC 
NLO 
NCP 

CNP 
HOC 



LMI 
NWP 



HPC 
NOR 
NBI 
HOD 



Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co- 

Miranol Chemical Co., Inc 

Mississippi Chemical Corp 

Mobay Chemical Corp.: 

Agricultural Chemicals Div 



Dye & Pigment Div- 

Pittsburgh Div 

Mobil Oil Corp. : 
Gas Liquids Dept — 
Mobil Chemical Co- 



Chemical Coatings Div- 
Petrochemicals Div 



Nona Industries, Inc 

Monsanto Co 

Mooney Chemicals, Inc 

Moretex Chemical Products, Inc- 

Morflex Chemical Co., Inc 

Morton Thiokol, Inc.: 

Carstab Div 

Morton Chemical Div 

Texize Div 

Ventron Div 

Motomco, Ltd 

The Murphy-Phoenix Co 



NL Industries, Inc- 



N-Ren Corp . , Cherokee Nitrogen Div 

Napp Chemicals, Inc 

National Casein Co 

National Casein of New Jersey 

National Distillers & Chemicals Corp. 
U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co 



National Milling & Chemical Co 

National Starch & Chemical Corp 

National Steel Corp., Great Lakes 
Plant. 

Nepera , Inc 

Nevamar Corp 

Neville Chemical Co 



Niacet Corp 

Niklor Chemical Co., Inc- 
Niles Chemical Paint Co — 

Kordell Industries Div- 

Nipro, Inc 

The Norac Co., Inc 

Mathe Div 



NOR-AM Chemical Co- 



North American Chemical Co- 
Northem Petrochemical Co — 



Northwestern Chemical Co 

Northwest Petrochemical Corp 

Norwich Eaton Pharmaceutical, Inc- 

Novo Biochemical Industries Inc 

Nuodex, Inc 



612-736-0940 
201-329-3900 
601-746-4131 

816-242-2345 

201-686-3700 
412-777-2000 

703-849-3000 
201-262-9030 
804-798-2288 
201-321-6000 
713-590-7700 

201-345-8220 
314-694-1000 
216-781-8383 
803-583-8441 
919-292-1781 

513-733-2100 
312-521-5555 
803-963-4261 
617-774-3100 
608-244-2904 
216-831-0404 

212-621-9400 

800-543-6 736 
201-773-3900 
312-846-7300 
609-829-1880 

513-530-6500 

215-482-6600 
201-685-5000 
313-297-3601 

914-782-8171 
301-569-5000 
412-331-4200 

716-285-1474 
213-830-2253 
616-583-3377 
219-255-9678 
404-823-4000 
818-334-2908 
201-779-4981 

302-575-2000 

617-686-2907 
402-633-5735 

312-231-6111 
206-293-3176 
607-335-2111 
919-494-2014 
201-981-5000 



3M Center 224-5SE, St. Paul, MN 55144. 

P. 0. Box 436, Dayton, NJ 08810. 

P. 0. Box 388, Yazoo City, MS 39194. 

P. 0. Box 4913, Hawthorne Rd., Kansas 

City, MO 64120 
P. 0. Box 385, Union, NJ 07083. 
Penn Lincoln Pkwy. W. , Pittsburgh, PA 15205. 

P. 0. Box 900, Dallas, TX 75221. 

P. 0. Box 725, Paramus, NJ 07652 and 

P. 0. Box 26683, Richmond, VA 23261. 
P. 0. Box 250, Edison, NJ 08818. 
World Tower One, 15600 Drummit Blvd., 

Houston, TX 7 7032. 
76 E. 24th St., Paterson, NJ 07544. 
800 N. Lindberg Blvd., St. Louis, MO 53157. 
2301 Scranton Rd., Cleveland, OH 44113. 
314 W. Henry St., Spartanburg, SC 29304. 
2110 High Point Road, Greensboro, NC 27403. 

West St., Reading, OH 45215. 

2 N. Riverside Plaza, Chicago, IL 50606. 

P. 0. Box 368, Greenville, SC 29602. 

150 Andover St., Danvers, MA 01923. 

P. 0. Box 8422, Madison, WI 53708. 

P. 0. Box 22930, Beechwood, OH 44122. 

1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, 

NY 10020. 
P. 0. Box 429, Pryor, OK 74362. 
199 Main St., Lodi, NJ 07644. 
601 W. 80th St., Chicago, IL 60620. 
P. O. Box 226, Riverton, NJ 08077. 

11500 N. Lake Dr., P. 0. Box 429550, 

Cincinnati, OH 45249. 
4501 Flat Rock Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19127. 
10 Findeme Ave., Bridgewater, NJ 08807. 
1 Quality Dr., Ecorse, MI 48229. 

Route #17, Harriman, NY 10926. 

8339 Telegraph Rd., Odenton, MD 21113. 

Grand Avenue, Neville Island, Pittsburgh, PA 

15225. 
400 - 47th St., Niagara Falls, NY 14304. 
2060 E. 220th St., Long Beach, CA 90810. 
P. O. Box 307, Niles, MI 49120. 
P. 0. Box 930, Mishawaka, IN 45544. 
P. 0. Box 1483(13), Augusta, GA 30913. 
405 S. Motor Ave., Azusa, CA 91702. 
159 Kennedy Dr., P. 0. Box 2230, Lodi, 

NJ 07544. 
3509 Silverside Road, P. 0. Box 7495, 

Wilmington, DE 19803. 
19 S. Canal St., Lawrence, MA 01843. 
Two Center Park Plaza, Norchem Center, 

Omaha, NB 58102. 
120 N. Aurora St., West Chicago, IL 60185. 
P. 0. Box 99, Anacortes, WA 98221. 
17 Eaton Ave., Norwich, NY 13815. 
P. 0. Box 576, Franklinton, NC 27525. 
P. 0. Box 365, Turner Place, Piscataway, NJ 

08854. 



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By COMPAKY, 



ALPHABRICAL DIRBCTOHT OP MAIUFACTUSBHS , 
1984— COnniUBI) 



IDBHTI- 

FICATIOH 

CODB 



HAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



NUT : Nutrlus, Inc 

OBC : The O'Brien Corp 

: Occldentlal Chemical Corp.: 

HKD : Durez Div 

HK Industrial & Specialty Chemical Dlv- 

HKP : PVC Div 

OMC : Olin Corp 

ONX : Onyx Chemical Co 

OPC : Orbls Products Corp 

ORG : Organlcs/LaGrange, Inc 

OCC : Orient Chemical Corp 

BSU : Original Bradford Soap Works, Inc 

CJO : C. J. Osbom Chemicals, Inc 

OCF : Owens-Coming Flberglas Corp 

PBI : PBI-Gordon Corp 

PMP : PMP Fermentation Products, Inc 

PPG : PPG Industries, Inc. 

PAC : Pacific Anchor Chemical Corp 

PHT : Pantasote, Inc., Film/Compound Div 

PAH : Parish Chemical Co 

PD : Parke-Davis Div. of Warner Lambert Co- 

PSC : Passaic Color & Chemical Co 

CHP : C. H. Patrick & Co., Inc 

PEL : Pelron Corp 

PAS ; Pennwalt Corp 

WTL : Lucidol Div 

PAR : Pennzoil Co., Penreco Div 

PKI : Perkins Industries, Inc 

PER : Perry 4 Derrick Co., Inc 

PST : Perstorp Compounds, Inc 

PST : Perstorp Polyols, Inc 

PTT : Petro-Tex Chemical Corp 

PFN : Pfanstiehl Laboratories, Inc 

PCW : Pflster Chemical, Inc 

PFZ ; Pfizer, Inc 

: Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Inc 

PHR : Pharmachem Corp 

PLB : Pharmacia P-L Blochemicals, Inc 

PDI : Phelps Dodge Industries, Inc., 

: Phelps Dodge Magnet Wire Co. Div. 

PPX : Phillips Paraxylene, Inc 

PLC : Phillips Petroleum Co 

PPR : Phillips Puerto Rico Core, Inc 

PHC : Phthalchem, Inc 

PCI : Piedmont Chemical Industries, Inc 

PIC : Pierce Chemical Co 

PIL : Pilot Chemical Co 

PPL : Pioneer Plastics Dlv. of LOF 

Plastics, Inc. 

PKL : Plaskolite, Inc 

PSL : Plaslok Corp 

PLS : Plastics Engineering Co 

PMC : Plastics Manufacturing Co 



216-526-5522 
415-761-2300 



716-696-6000 
716-286-3000 



8221 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville, OH 44141. 



215-327- 
203-356- 
201-434- 
201-334- 
312-764- 
201-465- 
401-821- 
609-662- 
419-248- 



6400 
2000 
1700 
1600 
6 700 
0714 
2141 
0128 
8000 



816-421-4070 



414-347-7467 



412-434-3131 
213-725-1800 



201-777- 
801-226- 
201-540- 
201-279- 
803-244- 
312-442- 
215-587- 
716-877- 
412-283- 
913-677- 

513-351- 
413-584- 
419-729- 
713-477- 
312-623- 
201-945- 
212-573- 
809-846- 
215-867- 
414-225- 
219-456- 



8500 
2018 
2000 
0400 
4831 
9100 
7000 
1740 
5600 
5831 

5800 
2472 
5448 
9211 
0370 
5400 
2323 
4300 
4654 
2600 
4444 



809-864-1515 
918-661-6600 

809-864-1515 
513-681-0099 
919-885-5131 
815-968-0747 
213-723-0036 
207-784-9111 

614-294-3281 

716-681-7755 
414-458-2121 
214-330-8671 



450 E. Grand Ave. 
CA 94080. 



S. San Francisco, 



Walck Rd., N. Tonavanda, NY 14120. 
360 Rainbow Blvd. S., Niagara Falls, 

NY 14303. 
P. 0. Box 699, Pottstown, PA 19464. 

120 Long Ridge Rd. , Stamford, CT 06904. 
190 Warren St., Jersey City, NJ 07302. 
94 Fanny Rd., Boonton, NJ 07005. 

7125 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60626. 

121 Tyler St., Port Newark, NJ 07114. 
200 Providence St., W. Warwick, RI 02893. 
820 Sherman Ave., Pennsauken, NJ 08110. 
Flberglas Tower, Toledo, OH 43659. 

Kansas City, HO 



Box 766, 



15272. 
Suite 700, 



1217 W. 12th St 

64101-9984. 
917 W. Juneau Ave. , P. 0. 

Milwaukee, WI 53201. 
PPG Place, Pittsburgh, PA 
6055 E. Washington Blvd., 

Los Angeles, CA 90040. 
26 Jefferson St., Passaic, NJ 07055. 
145 N. Geneva Rd., Orem, UT 84057. 
188 Howard Ave., Holland, MI 49423. 
28-36 Peterson St., Peterson, NJ 07501. 
P. 0. Box 2526, Greenville, SC 29602. 
7847 W. 47th St.. Lyons, IL 60534. 
Three Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19102. 
1740 Military Rd., Buffalo, NY 14240. 
Union Bank Bldg. Butler, PA 16001. 
6405 Hetcalf St., Suite 422, Overland Park, 

KS 66202. 
2510 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45212. 
238 Nonotuck St., Florence, MA 01060. 
600 Matzinger Rd., Toledo, OH 43612. 
8600 Park Place Blvd., Houston, TX 77017. 
1219 Glen Rock Ave., Waukegan, IL 60085. 
Linden Ave., Ridgefield, NJ 07657. 
235 E. 42d St., New York, NY 10017. 
P. 0. Box 628, Barceloneta, PR 00617. 
719 Stefko Blvd., Bethlehem, PA 18016. 
2202 N. Bartlett Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202. 
1302 E. Creighton Ave., Fort Wayne, 

IN 46801. 
G. P. 0. Box 4129, San Juan, PR 00936. 
IS Al Phillips Bldg., Bartlesville, OK 

74004. 
G .P. 0. Box 4129, San Juan, PR 00936. 
6675 Beechland Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45237. 
331 Burton Ave., High Point, NC 27260. 
3747 N. Meridan Rd., Rockford, IL 61103. 
11736 Burke St., Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670. 
Pionite Rd. , Auburn, ME 04210. 

1770 Joyce Ave., P. 0. Box 1497, Columbus, 

OH 43216. 
3155 Broadway, Buffalo, NY 14227. 
3518 Lakeshore Rd., Sheboygan, WI 53081. 
2700 S. Westmoreland, Dallas, TX 75223. 



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TABLE 1. — SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS: ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 
BY COMPANY, 1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



PLX 
PTC 
PAI 
PYI 

PYZ 
PLR 



PVI 
POP 
PRT 
JLP 



PRC 

PRX 

QCP 
QKO 

QUH 
QN 

RSA 

RCN 

RAS 
RAB 

MAR 
RBI 

REG 
RCI 
RIL 

REL 

REM 
RNL 
RDA 
RCD 
AMS 
RTC 
RIK 

RSH 



ROB 
ORT 



ROM 
RUC 
RUO 



Plastics Specialties & Technologies 
Inc., Synthetic Products Co. 

Plex Chemical Corp 

Polycast Technology Corp 

Polymer Applications, Inc 

Polymer Industries 

Polyrez Co., Inc 

Polysar, Inc.: 

Latex Div 

Resins Div 

Polyvinyl Chemical Industries 

Pope Chemical Corp 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 

J. L. Prescott Co 

Procter & Gamble Co. , Procter & 

Gamble Mfg. Co. 
Products Research & Chemical Corp — 

Purex Corp 

Quaker Chemical Corp 

QO Chemicals, Inc 

K. J. Quin & Co., Inc 

Quintana Petrochemical Co 



R.S.A. Corp- 
Racon , Inc — 



Raffi and Swanson, Inc- 
Raymark Corp 



Reed Lignin, Inc 

Reeves Brothers , Inc 

Regis Chemical Co 

Reichhold Chemicals, Inc 

Reilly Tar & Chemical Corp- 



Reliance Universal, Inc., Louisville 
Resins Operation. 

Remington Anns Co., Inc 

Resinall Corp 

Rhone-Poulenc , Inc 

Richardson Polymer Corp 

Ridgway Color Co 

Riegel Textile Corp., Riechem Div 

Riker Laboratories, Inc. Sub. of 
3M Co. 

Rilsan Corp 

Ritter International 

Riverdale Chemical Co 



Robeco Chemicals, Inc- 
Roehr Chemicals, Inc — 



Rohm & Haas Co 

Roma Color, Inc 

Rubicon, Inc 

Ruco Polymer Corp- 



216-531-6010 

415-471-6555 
203-327-6010 
716-875-0775 
803-244-5351 

609-845-1813 

216-836-0451 
671-537-9901 
617-658-6600 
201-279-2702 
716-873-6000 
201-777-4200 
513-627-5194 

818-240-2060 

213-630-7487 

215-828-4250 
312-850-2359 

617-321-3200 
512-289-2600 

914-693-1818 

316-524-3245 

617-933-4200 
203-371-0101 

203-625-0710 
803-576-1210 
312-967-6000 
914-682-5700 
317-247-8141 

502-459-9110 

203-333-1112 
203-329-7100 
201-846-7700 
203-245-0441 
814-776-2151 
803-242-6050 
818-341-1300 

201-447-3300 
213-245-6886 
312-756-2010 

212-986-6410 
718-784-8473 

215-592-3000 

617-676-3481 

302-575-3596 
504-673-6141 
516-931-8104 



16601 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, OH 44110. 

1205 Atlantic St., Union City, CA 94587. 
69 Southfield Ave., Stamford, CT 06902. 
3445 River Rd., Tonawanda, NY 14150. 
P. 0. Box 2184, Roberts Rd . , Greenville, 

SC 29602. 
P. 0. Box 304, Woodbury, NJ 08096. 

1795 W. Market St., Akron, OH 44313. 
29 Fuller St., Leominster, MA 01453. 
730 Main St., Wilmington, MA 01887. 
33 - 6th Ave., Paterson, NJ 07524. 
75 Tonawanda, Buffalo, NY 14207. 
27 - 8th St., Passaic, NJ 07055. 
P. 0. Box 599, Cincinnati, OH 45201. 

5430 San Fernando Rd., P. 0. Box 1800, 

Glendale, CA 91209. 
5101 Clark Ave., Lakewood, CA 90712. 

Elm & Lee Sts., Conshohocken, PA 19428-0809. 
823 Commerce Dr., Suite 200, Oak Brook, 

IL 60521. 
195 Canal St., Maiden, MA 02148. 
5441 Up River Rd. , Corpus Christi, TX 78469. 

690 Saw Mill River Rd., Ardsley, NY 

10502. 
6040 S. Ridge Rd. , P. 0. Box 198, Wichita, 

KS 6 7201. 
100 Eames St., Wilmington, MA 01887. 
1204 Darlington Ave., Crawfordsville, 

IN 47933. 
81 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich, CT 06830. 
P. 0. Box 1898, Spartanburg, SC 29304. 
8210 Austin Ave., Morton Grove, IL 60053. 
525 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603. 
1510 Market Square Center, 151 N. Delaware 

St., Indianapolis, IN 46204. 
P. 0. Box 37510, Louisville, KY 40232. 

939 Bamum Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06601. 
3065 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, CT 06903. 
120 Jersey Ave., New Brunswick, NJ 08903. 
15 Meigs Ave., Madison, CT 06443. 
75 Front St., Ridgway, PA 15853. 
Sparks Ave., Ware Shoals, SC 29692. 
19901 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91324. 

139 Harristown Rd., Glen Rock, NJ 07452. 
4001 Goodwin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039. 
220 E. 17th St., Chicago Heights, IL 

60411. 
99 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016. 
52-20 - 37th St., Long Island City, NY 

11101. 
Independence Mall West., Philadelphia, 

PA 19105. 
749 Quequechan St., P. 0. Box 149, 

Fall River, MA 02722. 
P. 0. Box 751, Wilmington, DE 19897 and 

P. 0. Box 517, Geismar, LA 70734. 
New South Rd., Hicksville, NY 11802. 



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BY COMPAHY, 



ALPHABETICAL DIRBCTOBY OF MABUFACTUBSKS , 
1984— COHTIirUBD 



IDENTI- 

FICATIOH 

CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



NES : Ruetgers-Nease Chemical Co 

SCM : SCM Corp • : 

Coatings & Resins Div 

Organic Chemicals Div 

PCR, Ine 

S.D.S. Biotech Corp 

SOS : SSC Industries, Inc 

HPR : Safeway Stores, Inc 

St. Croix Petrochemical Corp 

SLM : Salem Oil S Grease Co 

SAL : Salsbury Laboratories, Inc 

SBG : Samuel Bingham Co 

Sandoz Chemicals Corp 

Sandoz, Inc., Colors & Chemicals Div- 

SCN : Schenectady Chemicals, Inc 

SBC : Scher Chemicals, Inc 

SCH : The Schering Corp 

SCO : Scholler, Inc 

SPR : Scientific Protein Laboratories 

SPA : Scott Paper Co 

SEA : Seaboard Chemicals, Inc 

SRL : G. D. Searle & Co 

SFR : Searle Food Resources, Inc 

SKP : Shakespeare Co., Monofilament Div 

SHO : Shell Oil Co 

SHC : Shell Chemical Co 

SCO : Shenango, Inc 

SHP : Shepherd Chemical Co 

SHX : Sherex Chemical Co., Inc 

The Sherwin-Williams Co.: 

Chemical Div 

BAL : Consumer Div 

SHT : Shintech, Inc 

SMP : J. R. Simplot Co 

SIM : Simpson Timber Co 

G. Frederick Smith Chemical Co 

SmithKline Beckman Corp., SmithKline 

Chemicals Div. 
Sohio Chemical Co 

Silmar Div 

SLT : Soltex Polymer Corp 

SLC : Soluol Chemical Co., Inc 

SAC : Southeastern Adhesives Co 

SOP : Southern Chemical Products Co 

Southland Corp. : 

ACT Chemical Div 

SOL : Fine Chemical Div 

SWR : Southwestern Refining Co., Inc 

SPL : Spaulding Fibre Co., Inc., Industrial 
Plastics Div. 

ASL : Specialty Chemical Products Corp 

SOI : Specialty Organics, Inc 



814-238-2424 



216-344-8000 
904-764-1711 
904-764-1711 
216-357-3000 

404-762-9651 
415-944-4400 

809-773-6400 

617-745-0585 
515-257-2422 
312-298-5777 

704-372-0120 
704-372-0210 
518-370-4200 
201-471-1300 

201-558-4000 
215-739-0900 
608-849-5944 
215-521-5000 
617-745-1915 



312-982- 
312-982- 
803-754- 
713-241- 
713-241- 
412-771- 
513-731- 
614-764- 



7000 
7000 
7011 
5105 
5105 
4400 
1110 
6500 



216-566-2000 
301-837-3030 
713-965-0713 

208-336-2110 
503-289-1111 

614-881-5501 
215-270-7000 

216-575-4141 

213-757-5141 

713-522-1781 
401-821-8100 

704-754-3493 
912-746-5147 

312-458-8450 
214-828-7011 
512-884-8863 
716-692-2000 

715-735-9033 
816-962-2008 



201 Struble Rd., College, PA 16801. 



925 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115. 
P. 0. Box 389, Jacksonville, FL 32201. 
P. 0. Box 389, Jacksonville, FL 32201. 
7528 Auburn Rd., P. 0. Box 348, Painesville, 

OH 44077. 
1550 E. Taylor Ave., East Point, GA 30344. 
2800 Ygnacio Valley Rd., Walnut Creek, 

CA 94598. 
P. 0. Box 6801, Christiansted, St. Croix, 

U.S. , VI 00820. 
60 Grove ST., Salem, MA 01970. 
2000 Rockford Rd., Charles City, lA 50616. 
11101 W. Franklin Ave., Franklin Park, II 

60131. 
4000 Monroe Rd. , Charlotte, NC 28211. 
Route #10, East Hanover, NJ 07936. 
P. 0. Box 1046, Schenectady, NY 12306. 
1 Styertowne Rd., P. 0. Box 1236, Clifton, 

NJ 07012. 
1011 Morris Ave., Union, NJ 07083. 
P. 0. Box 26968, Philadelphia, PA 19134. 
P. 0. Box 158, Waunakee, WI 53597. 
P. 0. Box 925, Everett, WA 98206. 
30 Foster St., P. 0. Box 707, Salem, MA 

01970. 
5200 Old Orchard Rd., Skokie, IL 60076. 
4711 Golf Rd., Skokie, IL 60076. 
P. 0. Box 4060, Columbia, SC 29204. 
P. 0. Box 3105, Houston, TK 7 7002. 
Houston, TX 7 7002. 
, Pittsburgh, PA 15225. 
Cincinnati, OH 45212. 
Dublin, OH 43017. 



P. 0. Box 3105 
200 Neville Rd 
4900 Beech St. 
P. 0. Box 646, 



101 Prospect Ave. NW. , Cleveland, OH 44115. 
2325 Hollins Ferry Rd., Baltimore, MD 21230. 
24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 811, Houston, TX 

77046. 
P. 0. Box 912, Pocatello, ID 83204. 
2301 N. Columbia Blvd., Portland, OR 

97217. 
P. 0. Box 23214, Columbus, OH 43223. 
P. 0. Box 900, 900 River Rd . , Conchohocken, 

PA 19428. 
Midland Bldg., 101 W. Prospect, Cleveland, 

OH 44115. 
12333 S. Van Ness Ave., Hawthorne, 

CA 90250. 
P. 0. Box 1000, Deer Park, TX 77536. 
Green Hill & Market Sts., P. 0. Box 

112, W. Warwick, RI 02893. 
8150 Virginia St. SW. , Lenoir, NC 28645. 
430 Lower Boundary St., Macon, GA 31202. 

7666 W. 63d St., Summit, IL 60S01. 
2828 N. Haskell Ave., Dallas, TX 75204. 
P. 0. Box 9217, Corpus Christi, TX 78469. 
310 Wheeler St., Tonawanda, NY 14150. 

2 Stanton St., Marinette, WI 54143. 
5623 H. 4th St., Irwindale, CA 91706. 



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TABLE 1.— SYNTHETIC ORGAHIC CHEMICALS: 
BY COMPAHY, 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS, 
1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



IPP 
TRD 

sec 

AMO 
SIO 
SFA 
SFC 



SFF 
SFS 



SDH & 

TMS 
SDW 
SD 
CIN 
SBP 



SNW 
SNA 
SUN 
SHO 
IOC, 

JSC & 

TCC 
SYL 
INP 

BUC 

SRY 
HFT 



ARA 
SYT 



TEK 

TLI 



TEN 
TVA 



TER 
TER 



COO 
TX 



Spectrachem Corp 

Squibb Manufacturing, Inc 

Standard Chlorine of Delaware, Inc — 
Standard Oil Company (Indiana) 

Standard Oil (Ohio) 

Stauffer Chemical Co.: 

Agricultural Div 

Calhio Chemicals, Inc 

Chlor Alkali Products 

Food Ingredients Div 

Specialty i Intermediates Div 

SWS Silicones Div 

Stepan Chemical Co 

Sterling Drug, Inc 

Hilton Davis Chemical Co 

Sterling Organics Div 

Sterling Pharmaceuticals, Inc 

Stockhausen, Inc 

Sugar Beet Products Co. 

Sun Chemical Corp . : 

Chemicals Div 

Pigments Div 

Sun Company, Inc 

SunOlin Chemical Co 

Sybron Chemical, Inc 

Sylvachem Corp 

Synair Corp 

Synalloy Corp. , Blackman Uhler 
Chemical Div. 

Synray Corp 

Syntex Agribusiness, Inc 

Syntex Chemicals, Inc 

Synthron , Inc 

Teknor Apex Co 

Teledyne Industries, Inc., Teledyne 

McCormick Selph. 

Tenneco Oil Co 

Tenneco Polymers, Inc 

Tennessee Chemical Co 

Tennessee Valley Authority TVA, OACD 

Div. of Chemical Operations, A-204 

NFDC. 

Tenn-USS Chemicals Co 

Terra Chemicals International, Inc— 

Terra Nitrogen, Inc 

The Terrell Corp 

Texaco, Inc., Texaco (Aiemical Co 



201-595-8181 
809-852-1255 
201-997-1700 
312-856-6111 

216-575-4141 

415-544-9000 

415-544-9000 

415-544-9000 

415-544-9000 

415-544-9000 

415-544-9000 

312-273-3950 
312-446-7500 
212-907-2000 
513-841-4000 

212-907-2000 
212-907-2000 
919-378-9393 
517-799-4941 



201-224-4600 
212-986-5500 
215-293-6618 
302-792-3100 
609-893-1100 



904-764-1711 
615-698-8801 

803-585-3661 

201-245-2600 
417-866-7192 

303-443-1926 
704-437-8611 

401-725-8000 
408-637-3731 

713-757-2635 
713-475-5000 
615-496-3331 
205-386-2377 



713-884-4400 
712-277-1340 



712-277-1340 



616-658-3351 
713-666-8000 



200 Sheridan Ave., Paterson, NJ 07502. 
P. 0. Box 609, Humacao, PR 00661. 
1015 Belleville Turnpike, Kearny, NJ 07032. 
P. 0. Box 5910-A, Mail Code 1201, Chicago, 

IL 60680. 
101 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115. 

636 California St., San Francisco, 

CA 94108 . 
636 California St., San Francisco, 

CA 94108. 
636 California St. , San Francisco, 

CA 94108. 
636 California St., San Francisco, 

CA 94108. 
636 California St., San Francisco, 

CA 94108. 
636 California St., San Francisco, 

CA 94108. 
RR #1, Elwood, IL 60421 and 100 W. Henter 

Ave., Maywood, NJ 07607. 
2144 E. State St., Trenton, NJ 08619. 
2235 Langdon Farm Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45237. 

90 Park Ave., Hew York, NY 10016. 
P. 0. Box 11247, Barcelonita, PR 00617. 
P. 0. Box 16025, Greensboro, NC 27406. 
302 Waller St., P. 0. Box 1387, Saginaw, 
MI 48605. 

P. 0. Box 70, Chester, SC 29706. 
411 Sun Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45232. 
100 Matsonford Rd., Radnor, PA 19087. 
P. 0. Box F, Claymont, DE 10703. 
P. 0. Box 66, Birmingham Rd., Birmingham, 
NJ 08011. 

P. 0. Box 690, Jacksonville, FL 32218. 
2003 Amnicola Hwy. , P. 0. Box 5269, 

Chattanooga, TN 37406. 
P. 0. Box 5627, Craft Industrial Park, 

Spartanburg, SC 29304. 
209 N. Michigan Ave., Kenilworth, NJ 07033. 
P. 0. Box 1246 S.S.S., Springfield, 

MO 65805 . 
2075 N. 55th St., Boulder, CO 80302. 
P. 0. Box 1111, Morganton, NC 28655. 

505 Central Ave., Pawtucket, RI 02861. 
3601 Union Rd., Hollister, CA 95024-8006. 

P. 0. Box 2511, Houston, TX 77001. 
1149 Ellsworth Dr., Pasadena, TX 77501. 
Copperhill, TH 37317. 
Muscle Shoals, AL 35660. 



P. 0. Box 600, Pasadena, TX 7 7501. 
Terra Centre, 600 - 4th St., Sioux City, 

lA 51101. 
Terra Centre, 600 - 4th St., Sioux City, 

lA 51101. 
820 Wobum St., Wilmington, MA 01887. 
4800 Foumace Place, Bellaire, TX 77401. 



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BY COKPAHY, 



ALPHABETICAL DIRBCTOBy OF MAHUFACTURKRS , 
1984— COBTIHUED 



IDBNTI- 

FICATION 

CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



TUS 
SKO 
TID 
TSA 
TCR 
TPC 
TXS 

SKT 
TMH 
TRI 
TRO 
TUL 
TLC 



UPM 
UHL 

UNO 
WTH 
NCI 
NCI 
UCC 
UOC 
USR 
UNN 

UNO 
VAL 



USP 
USS 



UPJ 
CWN 



VSV 
VSP 



VDN 
VNC 



VND 
INL 
VEL 
VTC 



Texaco Butadiene Co 

Texaco Refining & Marketing, Inc— 

^ Delaware Refinery 

T^xas Alkyls, Inc 

Texas City Refining, Inc 

Texas Petrochemicals Corp 

Texstyrene Plastics, Inc 

Textron, Inc., Spencer Kellogg Div 

Thompson Hayward Chemical Co 

Triad Chemical 

Troy Chemical Co 

Tull Chemical Co., Inc 

Twin Lake Chemical, Inc 

UOP, Inc., UOP Process Div 

Paul Uhlich & Co., Inc 

Ungerer & Co 

Union Camp Corp 

Chemical Products Div 

Terpene & Aromatics Div 

Union Carbide Corp 

Union Oil Co. of California 

Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Group 

United Chemical Corp. of Norwood — 

United Erie, Inc 

United Merchants & Manufacturers, 

Inc., Valchem Div. 
U.S. Borax & Chemical Corp., U.S — 

Borax Research Corp. 

U.S. Polymers, Inc 

U.S. Steel Corp. : 

Clairton Plant 

Fairfield Plant 

Gary Works 

Geneva Plant 

USS Agri-Chemicals Div 

USS Chemicals Div 

The Upjohn Co 

Fine Chemicals 

Polymer Chemical Div 

Valentine Sugars, Inc., Valite Div- 
The Valspar Corp 

Van De Mark Chemical Co., Inc 

Vanderbilt Chemical Corp 

Van Dyk 4 Co., Inc 

Van Leer Containers, Inc 

Velsicol Chemical Corp 

Vertac Chemical Corp 

West Helena Plant 



713-666-8000 
918-560-6000 
713-650-4642 
713-479-8411 
409-945-4451 
713-477-9211 
817-831-0533 

716-852-5850 
913-321-3131 
504-473-9231 
201-589-2500 
205-831-1154 
716-433-3824 



312-391-2000 
914-478-2000 

201-628-0600 
201-628-9000 
201-628-2000 
201-628-2000 
304-747-0001 
213-977-7746 
203-723-3887 
617-762-4057 

814-456-7561 
201-837-1700 

213-381-5311 

314-638-1632 

412-433-1121 

412-433-1121 

412-433-1121 
412-433-1121 

404-572-4000 
412-433-7636 

616-323-4000 

203-281-2722 

713-479-1541 

504-532-2541 
612-332-7371 

716-433-6764 
203-744-3900 
203-853-1400 

201-759-3225 
312-568-3535 
312-670-4500 
901-767-6851 



501-572-3701 



P. 0. Box 430, Bellaire, TX 77401. 

P. 0. Box 1650, Tulsa, OK 74102. 

Delaware City, DE 19706. 

P. 0. Box 600, Deer Park, TX 77536. 

P. 0. Box 1271, Texas City, TX 77592-1271. 

8600 Park Place Blvd., Houston, TX 77017. 

3607 N. Sylvania Ave., Fort Worth, 

TX 76111. 
120 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY 14240. 
5200 Speaker Rd., Kansas City, MO 66106. 
P. 0. Box 310, Donaldsonville, LA 70346. 
One Avenue L, Newark, NJ 07105. 
P. 0. Box 3246, Oxford, AL 36203. 
540 Mill St., P. 0. Box 411, Lockport, 

NY 14094. 

20 UOP Plaza, Des Plaines, IL 60016. 
1 Railroad Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 

10706. 
4 Bridgewater Lane, Lincoln Park, NJ 07035. 
P. 0. Box 220, Dover, OH 44622. 
1600 Valley Rd., Wayne, NJ 07470. 
P. 0. Box 60369, Jacksonville, FL 32236. 
P. 0. Box 8004, S. Charleston, WV 25303. 
461 S. Boylston St., Los Angeles, CA 90017. 
World Headquarters, Middlebury, CT 05749 
P. O. Box 367, Endicott St., Norwood, 

MA 02062. 
438 Huron St., Erie, PA 16502. 
1650 Palisades Ave., Teaneck, NJ 07666. 

3075 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. 

300 E. Primm St., St. Louis, MO 63111. 

600 Grant St., Rm. 2316, Pittsburgh, PA 

15230. 
600 Grant St., Rm. 2316, Pittsburgh, PA 

15230. 
600 Grant St., Pittsburgh, PA 15230. 
600 Grant St., Rm. 1937, Pittsburgh, PA 

15320. 
P. 0. Box 1685, Atlanta, GA 30301. 
600 Grant St., Rm. 2880, Pittsburgh, PA 

15230. 
7000 Portage Rd., Kalamazoo, MI 49001 and 

555 Alaska Ave., Torrance, CA 90503. 
410 Sackett Point Rd. , North Haven, CT 

06473. 
P. 0. Box 685, LaPorte, TX 77571. 

Rt 2, Box 625, Lockport, LA 70374. 

1101 S. 3d St., P. 0. Box 1461, Minneapolis, 

MN 55440. 
1 N Transit Rd. , Lockport, NY 14094. 
31 Taylor Ave., P. O. Box 20, Bethel, 

CT 06801 and Rt . #2, Box 54, Murray, 

KY 42071. 
Main & William Sts., Belleville, NJ 07109. 
4300 W. 130th St., Chicago, IL 50658. 
341 E. Ohio St., Chicago, IL 50611. 
P. 0. Box 69, Jacksonville, AR and P. 0. 

Box 3, Rifle Range Rd . , Vicksburg, 

MS 39180. 
P. 0. Box 2648, West Helena, AR 72390. 



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BY COHPAHY, 



ALPHABBTICAL DIBBCTORY OF MANUFACTURERS , 
1984— CONTINUED 



IDENTI- 
FICATION 
CODE 



NAME OF COMPANY 



TELEPHONE 
NUMBER 



OFFICE ADDRESS 



GRL 
VIK 
VIN 
VCC 

VGC 
VST 



VTM 
VIT 
FRO 

WJ 
WAG 



WVA 

WRD 
WBG 
WCC 
WHL 
WTK 
WHW 
WLN 

WTC 
HLI 
WBC 
WCL 
WYK 
WYC 
WYT 



Vestal Laboratories, Inc 

Viking Chemical Co 

Vineland Chemical Co., Inc 

Vinings Chemical Co 

Virginia Chemicals, Inc 

Vista Chemical Co 

Vista Polymers, Inc 

Vitamins , Inc 

Vititek Corp 

Vulcan Materials Co., Chemicals Div— 

Warner- Jenkinson Co 

West Design Chemical, Inc 

West Coast Adhesives Co 

Westinghouse Electric Corp., 

Insulating Materials Div. 
West Point-Pepperell, Inc., Grifftex- 

Chemical Co. Sub. 
Westvaco Corp., Chemical Div 

Weyerhauser Co 

The White & Bagley Co 

White Chemical Corp 

Whitmover Laboratories, Inc 

Whittaker Corp., Heico Chemicals Div- 

Whittmore-Wright Co., Inc 

Wilmington Chemical Corp 

Witco Chemical Corp 

Witco Chemical Corp 

Worthington Diagnostics Systems, Inc 

Wright Chemical Corp 

Wyckoff Chemical Co., Inc 

Wycon Chemical Co 

Wyeth Laboratories, Inc., Wyeth 

Laboratories Div. of American Home 

Products Corp. 



Zoecon Corp- 



314-535-1810 
612-333-0394 
609-691-3535 
404-436-1542 

804-483-7000 
713-531-3200 

713-531-3200 

312-861-0700 
805-725-5637 
205-877-3000 

314-658-7315 
913-384-4646 

503-286-3515 
412-864-7960 

404-645-4000 

212-688-5000 

715-384-2141 
617-791-3201 
201-621-4100 
717-866-2151 
717-476-0353 
617-242-1180 
302-658-3515 

201-573-2800 
312-371-2000 
703-893-5925 
919-655-2263 
616-637-8474 
307-637-2700 
215-644-8000 



415-847-1130 



5035 Manchester Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110. 
838 Baker Bldg., Minneapolis, MN 55402. 
W. Wheat Rd., Vineland, NJ 08360. 
2555 Cumberland Pkwy. , Suite 200, Atlanta, 

GA 30339. 
3340 W. Norfolk Rd. , Portsmouth, VA 23703. 
15990 N. Barker's Landing Rd. , P. 0. Box 

19029, Houston, TX 77224. 
15990 N. Barker's Landing Rd., P. 0. Box 

19029, Houston, TX 77224. 
200 E. Randolph Dr., Chicago, IL 60601. 
Rt. in, P. 0. Box 580, Delano, CA 93215. 
P. O. Box 7689, Birmingham, AL 35208. 

2526 Baldwin St., St. Louis, MO 63106. 
4350 Johnson Drive, Suite 280, Fairway, 

KS 66205. 
11104 NW Front Ave., Portland, OR 97231. 
Manor, PA 15665. 

1900 Cunningham Dr., Opelika, AL 36803. 

P. 0. Box 70848, Charleston Heights, SO 

29415. 
1401 E. 4th St., Marshfield, WI 54449. 
P. 0. Box 706, Worcester, MA 01613. 
660 Frelinghuysen Ave., Newark, HJ 07114. 
99 S. Fairlane Ave., Myerstown, PA 17067. 
Rt. #11, Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327. 
62 Alford St., Boston, MA 02129. 
P. 0. Box 66, Pyles Lane, Wilmington, 

DE 19899. 
155 Tice Blvd., Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07675. 
14000 S. Seeley Ave., Blue Island, IL 60406. 
7655 Old Springhouse Rd., McLean, Va 22102. 
P. 0. Box 402, Riegelwood, NC 28456. 
1421 Kalamazoo St., S. Haven, MI 49090. 
P. 0. Box 1287, Cheyenne, WY 82003. 
P. 0. Box 831, Lancaster Pike, Paoli, PA 

19301. 



P. 0. Box 10975, 975 California Ave. 
Alto, CA 94301. 



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TABLE2 .—Cyclic Intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names 



COMMON NAME 



A Acid 

Acetyl-p-phenylenediamlne- 
1,2, 4-Acid 



Acid yellow 9 

p-Aminobenzenesulf onic acid- 

m-Aminobenzoyl J acid 

Amlnoepsilon acid 

Amino G acid 

Amino J acid 

Amino R salt 

Aniline oil 

Anthraflavic acid 

Anthraruf in 

Armstrong & Wynne's acid 



B Acid 

2B Acid 

45 Acid 

Benzal chloride 

Benzanthrone 

Benzo trichloride — 

Bisphenol A 

B.O.N. 

Broenner's acid 

Bromamine acid 

Bromobenzanthrone- 



C Acid 

C.A. Acid 

C-Amine (Lake Red C acid)- 

Cassella acid 

Chicago Acid (SS acid) 

Chlorobenzan throne 

Chromotropic acid 

Chrysaz in 

1,6-Cleve's acid 

1,7-Cleve's acid 

Crocein acid 

2-Cyanopyridine 

3-Cyanopyridine 

Cyanuric chloride 



D Acid- 
DADI — 
DDB 



Decacyclene 

Dehydrothio-p-toluidlne 

Developer Z 

o-Dianisidine 

1,1' -Dianthrimide 

Dibenzanthrone 

Dichlone 

4,4' -Dihydroxydiphenylsulf one- 
Dimethyl POPOP 

4 , 5-Dinitrochrysaz in 

Dioxy S acid 

Diphenyl Epsilon Acid 

Durene 



Epsilon Acid (Andres 



acid)- 



F Acid 

Fast Red G base 

Fast Scarlet R base- 
Fischer's aldehyde-- 

Fischer's base 

Freund's acid 



STANDARD (CHEMICAL ABSTRACTS) NAME 



3 , 5-Dihydroxy-2 , 7-naphthalenedisulf onic acid . 
4' -Aminoacetanilide. 
4-Amino-3-hydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid (l-Amino-2- 

naphthol-4-sulfonic acid) . 
6-Amino-3,4'-azodlbenzenesulfonic acid. 
Sulfanilic acid and salt. 

4-Hydroxy-7-(m-aminobenzamido)-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
8-Amino-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
7-Amino-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
6-Amino-l,3-naphthalenedlsulfoni<t acid. 
3-Amino-2, 7-naphthalenedisulf onic acid. 
Aniline 

2,6-Dihydroxyanthraquinone. 
1 , 5-Dihydroxyanthraquinone . 
4-Hydroxy-2-naphthalene8ulfonic acid. 

5-Amino-4-hydroxy-l , 7-naphthalenedisulf onic acid . 
6-Amino-4-chloro-m-toluenesulfonic acid. 
6-Amino-m-toluenesulfonic acid, 
a,a-Dichlorotoluene. 
7H-Benz [ de ] anthracen-7-one . 
a,a,a-Trichlorotoluene. 
4,4' -IsopropylidenediphenOl . 
3-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid. 
6-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
l-Amino-4-bromo-2-anthraquinonesulfonlc acid. 
3-Bromo-7H-benz(de]anthracen-7-one 

3-Amino-l,5-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

3-Amino-6-chloro-4-sulf obenzoic acid . 

2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulf onic acid . 

5-Hydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

4-Amino-5-hydroxy-l , 3-naphthalenedisulf onic acid. 

Chloro-7H-benz[de]anthracen-7-one. 

4, 5-Dihvdrocy-2, 7-naphthalenedisulf onic acid. 

1,8-Dihydroxyanthraquinone. 

5-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

8-Amino-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

7-Hydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

Picolinonitrile. 

Nicotinonitrile. 

2 ,4 ,6-Trlchloro-s-triazine. 

6-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

Dianisldine diisocyanate . 

p-Dibutoxy benzene. 

Diacenaphtho[l,2-j :1' ,2'-)l]f luoranthene. 

2-(p-Aminophenyl)-6-methylbenzothiazole. 

3-Methyl-l-phenyl-2-pyrazolin-5-one. 

3,3' -Dimethoxybenz idine . 

1,1' -Imiriodianthraquinone . 

Violanthrone. 

2, 3 -Dichloro-1, 4 -naphthoquinone. 

4,4 '-Sulfonyldiphenol. 

l,4-Bis[2-(4-methyl-5-phenyloxazolyl) ] benzene. 

l,8-Dihydroxy-4 ,5-dlnitroanthraquinone. 

4 ,5-Dihydroxy-l-naphthalene9ulfonlc acid. 

6,8-Dianilino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

1,2,4, 5-Tetramethylbenzene. 

8-Hydroxy-l,6-naphthalenedisulfonlc acid. 

7-Hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 
2-Nltro-p-toluidlne (NHz'l]- 
5-Nitro-o-anisidine [NHj=ll. 
1, 3, 3-Trimethyl-(5^, a- indolineacet aldehyde. 
1,3, 3-Trlmethyl-2-methy leneindol ine . 
4-Amino-2 , 7-naphthalened isu 1 f on Ic ac Id . 



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TABLE 2,— Cyclic Intermediates: Glossary of synonymous names— Continued 



COMMON NAME 



STANDARD (CHEMICAL ABSTRACTS) NAME 



G salt 

Gaimna acid 

Gold salt 

H Acid 

Helllmellltene 

Indoxyl 

Isodurene 

J Acid 

J Acid Urea 

K Acid 

Koch's Acid 

L Acid 

Lake Red C amine 

Laurent's acid 

M Acid 

MEP 

Mesitylene 

Methane base 

Michler's hydrol 

Michler's ketone 

MOCA 

MVP 

Naphthionic acid 

o-Naphthionic acid 

B-Xaphthol 

Naphthol AS 

a-Naphthylamine 

Neville & Winther's acid 

m-Nitrobenzoyl J acid 

Oxy Koch's acid 

Pentaanthrimide 

Peri Acid 

Phenylblphenyl 

N-Phenyldiethanolamine 

Phenyl Gamma acid 

Phenyl J acid 

Phenyl peri acid 

Picric acid 

POPOP 

Pseudocumene 

Pyrazo lean throne 

Pyrazoleanthrone yellow 

Pyrazolone T 

Qulnlzarln 

2-Quinizarinsulfonlc acid 

Quinollne yellow base 

R salt 

RG Acid (Violet acid) 

Rhoduline acid (J Acid Imide) 
RR acid 

S Acid 

Schaffer's acid 

Silver salt 

Solvent Yellow 1 

Solvent Yellow 3 

SS Acid (Chicago acid) 

Sulfanilic acid 

o-Sulfobenzaldehyde 



7-Hydroxy-l,3-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 

6-Amino-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonlc acid, sodium salt. 
9,10-Dihydro-9,10-dioxo-l-anthracenesulfonlc acid and sdlt. 

4-Amino-5-hydroxy-2, 7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid^ 

(8-Amino-l-naphthol-3,6-disulfonic acid) . 
1,2, 3-Trimethy Ibenzene . 

3(2H)-Indolone. 

1,2,3, 5-Tetramethy Ibenzene. 

7-Amino-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid, sodium salt, 
7,7'-Ureylenebis[4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid] . 

4-Amino-5-hydroxy-l,7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
8-Amino-l , 3, 6-naphthalenetrisulfonic acid . 

5-Hydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
2-Amino-5-chloro-p-toluenesulfonic acid. 
5-Amino-l-naphthalenesulf onic ac id . 

8-Amlno-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulf onic acid. 

5-Ethyl-2-picoline (2-Methyl-5-ethylpyrldlne) . 

1,3, 5-Tr Imethy Ibenz ene . 

4,4'-Methylenebis[N,N-dimethylaniline] . 

4 ,4 '-Bis [dimethylaminojbenzhydrol J 

4 ,4 ' -Bis [ dimethy lamino ] benzophenone . 

3 ,3 '-Dichloro-4,4'-diaminodiphenylmethane 

5-Vinyl-2-picollne. 

4-Amino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

l-Amino-2-naphthalene sulfonic acid. 

2-Naphthol, tech. 

3-Hydroxy-2-naphthanilide. 

1-Naphthy lamine . 

4-Hydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonlc acid. 

4-Hydroxy-7-(m-nitrobenzamldo)-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

l-Naphthol-3 , 6 , 8-trisulf onlc acid . 

1,4,5, 8-Tetrakis(l-anthraqulnonylamino) anthraquinone. 

8-Amino-l-naphthalenesulf onlc acid. 

Terphenyl. 

2 , 2 ' - [ (Phenyl) Imlno ] diethanol . 

6-Anillno-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

7-Anilino-4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulf onic acid . 

8-Anilino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

2,4, 6-Trinit rophenol . 

l,4-Bis[2-(5-pheyloxazolyl) Ibenzene. 

1,2, 4-Trimethylbenzene . 

Anthra [ 1 , 9-cd] pyraz61-6(2H) -one. 

[3,3'-Bianthra(l,9-cd]pyrazole]-6,6'-(2H,2'H)dione. 

5-0x0-1- (p-sulfophenyl)-2-pyrazoline-3-carboxylic acid. 

1 ,4-Dlhydroxyanthraquinone. 

9,10-Dihydro-l,4-dihydroxy-9,10-dioxo-2-anthracenesulfonic acid. 
Quinophthalone . 

3-Hydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonic acid, disodium salt. 
4-Hydroxy-2, 7-naphthalenedisulfonic acid. 
7,7'-Iminobis[4-hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid] . 
3-Amino-5-hydroxy-2,7-naphthalenedlsulfonic acid. 

4-Amino-5-hydroxy-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
6-Hydroxy-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 

9,10-Dihydro-9,10-dioxo-2-anthracenesulfonic acid and salt. 
p-Phenylazoaniline and hydrochloride. 
4-(o-Tolylazo)-o-toluidine. 

4-Amino-5-hydroxy-l, 3-naphthalenedisulf onlc acid. 
p-Aminobenzenesulfonic acid. 
o-Formylbenzenesulfonic acid. 



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TABLE 2. --Cyclic Intermediates; Glossary op synonymous names— Continued 



COMMON NAME 



STANDARD (CHEMICAL ABSTRACTS) NAME 



Tetralln 

Thloindoxyl 

Thlosalicylic acid 

Tobias Acid 

TODI 

o-Tolidine 

a-Tolulc acid 

a-Tolunitrile 

4-m-Tolylenediamine 

Trimellitic anhydride 

Trimethyl base 

TrinitrophenoL 

Urea J Acid (J Acid Urea) 

Veratraldehyde 

Veratrole 

Vinyl toluene 

Violet acid (RG Acid) 



1,2,3 ,4-Tetrahydronaphthalene. 
3 ( 2H) -Thianaphthanone . 
o-Mercaptobenzoic acid. 
2-Ainino-l-naphthalenesulfonic acid. 
Bitolylene diisocyanate. 
3,3' -Dimethylbenz idlne. 
Phenylacetic acid. 
Phenylacetonitrile . 
Toluene-2 , 4-diamine . 

1,2,4-Benzenetricarboxylic acid, 1,2-anhydride. 
1,3, 3-Trimethyl-2-methy leneindoline . 
Picric acid. 

7,7'-Ureylenebis[4-hydrox^/-2-naphthalenesulfonic acid] . 

3 ,A-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde 

o-Dimethoxybenzene. 

ar-Methylstyrene , 

4-Hydroxy-2 , 7-naphthalenedisulf onic acid . 



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