NONYL PHENOL 10

Nonyl Phenol 10 = NP 10 = Nonylphenol Ethoxylate

Name : Nonylphenol Ethoxylate
CAS number : 127087-87-0
Type : Nonionic Surfactant

NP-10 (NONYL PHENOL)

APPLICATIONS of Nonyl Phenol 10:
-Cleaners & degreasers
-Agrochemical
-Oil in water emulsion
-Metalworking fluid
-Paint & coatings

NP 10 is a Nonionic surfactant. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 is used as cleaners & detergents, degreasers, paper & textile processing, paints, prewash spotters, agrochemicals, metalworking fluids, oil field chemicals. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 possesses good detergency performance.

Nonyl Phenol 10 is used in paints and coatings, paper and textile processing, cleaners and detergents, agrochemicals, and metalworking fluids; with excellent detergency, outstanding wetting, versatile solubility characteristics, and exceptional handling properties. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 can also be used in oilfield drilling and production formulations.

Nonyl Phenol 10 also Known As:
10 Mol Ethoxylated Nonylphenol
POE (10) Nonylphenol
10 Mol Nonylphenol Ethoxylate
Polyoxyethylene (10) Nonylphenol
Nonoxynol 10

Item : Nonylphenol Ethoxylate (NP10)
Chemical type : Surfactant 
Sub-type : Non-ionic surfactant 
Packaging : 100ml/1kg(plastic) 
Characteristic : watervsoluble, liquid surfactant,
Main usage : Used in production of detergents, car products etc 

Choosing the correct NP range:
Nonyl Phenol 10 should be noted that the nonyl phenol ethoxylate becomes more soluble in water the higher the number

Benefits of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Excellent detergency:
• Outstanding wetting
• Versatile solubility characteristics
• Exceptional handling properties
• Low odor
• Good rinseability 

Nonyl Phenol 10 is suitable for use in applications such as:
• Cleaners & detergents
• Paper & textile processing
• Laundry
• Paints & coatings
• Dust control
• Agrochemicals
• Metalworking fluids 

Solubility and Compatibility of Nonyl Phenol 10:
• Soluble in water
• Soluble in chlorinated solvents and most polar solvents
• Chemically stable in the presence of dilute acids, bases and salts
• Compatible with soaps, anionic and other nonionic surfactants, and many organic solvents 

Applications & Uses of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Acid Cleaners
Penetrant
Concrete Cleaners
Dispersant
Dispersant
Glass Cleaners
Metal Cleaners
Steam Cleaner
Agricultural Emulsifier
Car Wash Soap
Dairy Cleaners
Detergents
Textile
Sanitizers
Hard Surface Cleaners
Oil Well Drilling Fluids
Textile
Alkaline Cleaner
Cleaning Compounds
Deinking Paper
Degreaser
Disinfectant Cleaners
I & I Cleaners
Paint & Coatings
Solubilizing Agent

Nonyl Phenol 10 Surfactant:
Nonylphenol with 10 moles of ethylene oxide adducts.

Nonylphenols are a family of closely related organic compounds composed of phenol bearing a 9 carbon-tail. 
Nonylphenols can come in numerous structures, all of which may be considered alkylphenols. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 is used in manufacturing antioxidants, lubricating oil additives, laundry and dish detergents, emulsifiers, and solubilizers.
Nonyl Phenol 10 is used extensively in epoxy formulation in North America but its use has been phased out in Europe.

These compounds are also precursors to the commercially important non-ionic surfactants alkylphenol ethoxylates and nonylphenol ethoxylates, which are used in detergents, paints, pesticides, personal care products, and plastics. 
Nonylphenol has attracted attention due to its prevalence in the environment and its potential role as an endocrine disruptor and xenoestrogen, due to its ability to act with estrogen-like activity.
The estrogenicity and biodegradation heavily depends on the branching of the nonyl sidechain.
Nonylphenol has been found to act as an agonist of the GPER (GPR30).

Nonylphenols, from the Latin nōnus (number 9) and phenol, are a family of closely related organic compounds composed of phenol bearing a 9 carbon-tail. 
Nonylphenols can come in numerous structures, all of which may be considered alkylphenols. 
They are used in manufacturing antioxidants, lubricating oil additives, laundry and dish detergents, emulsifiers, and solubilizers.

These compounds are also precursors to the commercially important non-ionic surfactants alkylphenol ethoxylates and nonylphenol ethoxylates, which are used in detergents, paints, pesticides, personal care products, and plastics. 
Nonylphenol has attracted attention due to its prevalence in the environment and its potential role as an endocrine disruptor and xenoestrogen, due to its ability to act with estrogen-like activity.
The estrogenicity and biodegradation heavily depends on the branching of the nonyl sidechain.
Nonylphenol has been found to act as an agonist of the GPER (GPR30).

Uses of Nonyl Phenol 10:
-Cleaning product formulations
-Paints and coatings
-Emulsion polymerization
-Anywhere there is a need for increased surface activity

Benefits of Nonyl Phenol 10:
-Deliver a combination of economy and performance
-Excellent detergency and wetting
-Good solubilization and emulsification

Structure and basic properties of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Nonylphenols fall into the general chemical category of alkylphenols.
The structure of NPs may vary. 
The nonyl group can be attached to the phenol ring at various locations, usually the 4- and, to lesser extent, the 2-positions, and can be either branched or linear. 

A branched nonylphenol, 4-nonylphenol, is the most widely produced and marketed nonylphenol.
The mixture of nonylphenol isomers is a pale yellow liquid, although the pure compounds are colorless. 
The nonylphenols are moderately soluble in water but soluble in alcohol.

Nonylphenol arises from the environmental degradation of nonylphenol ethoxylates, which are the metabolites of commercial detergents called alkylphenol ethoxylates. 
NPEs are a clear to light orange color liquid. 
Nonylphenol ethoxylates are nonionic in water, which means that they have no charge. 
Because of this property they are used as detergents, cleaners, emulsifiers, and a variety of other applications. 
They are amphipathic, meaning they have both hydrophilic and hydrophobic properties, which allows them to surround non-polar substances like oil and grease, isolating them from water.

Production of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Nonylphenol can be produced industrially, naturally, and by the environmental degradation of alkylphenol ethoxylates. 
Industrially, nonylphenols are produced by the acid-catalyzed alkylation of phenol with a mixture of nonenes. 
This synthesis leads to a very complex mixture with diverse nonylphenols.

Theoretically there are 211 constitutional isomers and this number rise to 550 isomers if we take the enantiomers into account.
To make NPEs, manufacturers treat NP with ethylene oxide under basic conditions.
Since Nonyl Phenol 10s discovery in 1940, nonylphenol production has increased exponentially, and between 100 and 500 million pounds of nonylphenol are produced globally every year, meeting the definition of High Production Volume Chemicals.

Nonylphenols are also produced naturally in the environment. 
One organism, the velvet worm, produces nonylphenol as a component of its defensive slime. 
The nonylphenol coats the ejection channel of the slime, stopping it from sticking to the organism when it is secreted. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 also prolongs the drying process long enough for the slime to reach its target.
Another surfactant called nonoxynol, which was once used as intravaginal spermicide and condom lubricant, was found to metabolize into free nonylphenol when administered to lab animals.

Applications of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Nonylphenol is used in manufacturing antioxidants, lubricating oil additives, laundry and dish detergents, emulsifiers, and solubilizers.
Nonyl Phenol 10 can also be used to produce tris(4-nonyl-phenyl) phosphite (TNPP), which is an antioxidant used to protect polymers, such as rubber, Vinyl polymers, polyolefins, and polystyrenics in addition to being a stabilizer in plastic food packaging. 
Barium and calcium salts of nonylphenol are also used as heat stabilizers for polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

Nonylphenol is also often used an intermediate in the manufacture of the non-ionic surfactants nonylphenol exthoxylates, which are used in detergents, paints, pesticides, personal care products, and plastics. 
Nonylphenol and nonylphenol ethoxylates are only used as components of household detergents outside of Europe.
Nonyl Phenol, is used in many epoxy formulations mainly in North America.

Prevalence in the environment:
Nonylphenol persists in aquatic environments and is moderately bioaccumulative. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 is not readily biodegradable, and it can take months or longer to degrade in surface waters, soils, and sediments. 
Nonbiological degradation is negligible.
Many products that contain nonylphenol have "down-the-drain" applications, such as laundry and dish soap, so the contaminants are frequently introduced into the water supply. 

In sewage treatment plants, nonylphenol ethoxylate degrades into nonylphenol, which is found in river water and sediments as well as soil and groundwater.
Nonylphenol photodegrades in sunlight, but its half-life in sediment is estimated to be more than 60 years. 
Although the concentration of nonylphenol in the environment is decreasing, it is still found at concentrations of 4.1 μg/L in river waters and 1 mg/kg in sediments.

A major concern is that contaminated sewage sludge is frequently recycled onto agricultural land. 
The degradation of nonylphenol in soil depends on oxygen availability and other components in the soil. 
Mobility of nonylphenol in soil is low.

Bioaccumulation is significant in water-dwelling organisms and birds, and nonylphenol has been found in internal organs of certain animals at concentrations of 10 to 1,000 times greater than the surrounding environment.
Due to this bioaccumulation and persistence of nonylphenol, it has been suggested that nonylphenol could be transported over long distances and have a global reach that stretches far from the site of contamination.
Nonylphenol is not persistent in air, as it is rapidly degraded by hydroxyl radicals.

Applications of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Used as emulsifier, washing agent, wetting agent, penetrating agent, dispersing agent, degreasing agent, refining agent and chemical intermediate in the industry .

Chemical Name:
Nonylphenol polyethylene Glycol Ether

Trade Name:
KENON

Introduction:
Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEs) are nonionic surfactants which are such as all kinds of other nonionic surfactants mixtures varying in the number of repeating ethoxy groups. 
The digit which is appeared after the name of KENON shows the average number of ethylene oxide units in the Nonylphenol Ethoxylate molecule. 
For example, KENON4 means a nonylphenol molecule which is reacted with average four molecules of ethylene oxide

Different Grades:
KENON 4, KENON 6, KENON 9, KENON 10, KENON 20, KENON 30, KENON 40

General Applications of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Nonylphenol Ethoxylates are used in a wide variety of applications, for instance detergent formulations, emulsifiers in many industries, paints and coatings, emulsion polymerization, and many others. 
Nonylphenol Ethoxylates surfactants are used anywhere there is a need for increased surface activity, and provide excellent all-purpose detergency and wetting, as well as solubilization and emulsification.

CAS No: 68412-53-3
Purity %: >99%
Packaging Details: 200 L Drum
Grade Standard: Industrial Grade
Usage/Application: Industrial
Synonyms: ALPHOX 200
Chemical Formula: C19H3203
HS Code: 3402.13.00
EC No.: 9016-45-9
Physical State: Liquid
Color: Clear
Odour: Odorless
Shelf life: 2 Years
Molecular Weight: 220.35
Density: 0.953
Boiling Point: 297C
Solubility in water: Soluble
Country of Origin    : Made in India
Minimum Order Quantity: 200 Kg

Nonylphenol ethoxylate-4EO: Excellent oil-soluble surfactant, low HLB emulsifier.
Uses: Cleaners & degreasers, dry cleaning

Nonylphenol ethoxylate-6EO: Excellent emulsifier, wetting agent, stabilizer, couples detergent range nonionics into hydrocarbon systems.
Uses: Cleaners & degreasers, dry cleaning, adhesives, agrochemicals

Nonylphenol ethoxylate-9EO: Excellent detergency, outstanding wetting, good rinseability.
Uses: Cleaners & detergents, paper & textile processing, laundry, paints & coatings, dust control, agrochemicals, metalworking fluids

Nonylphenol ethoxylate-10EO: excellent detergency, outstanding wetting, versatile solubility characteristics, and exceptional handling properties.
Uses: paints and coatings, paper and textile processing, cleaners and detergents, agrochemicals, and metalworking fluids, oilfield drilling and production formulations.

Nonylphenol ethoxylate-30EO: Highly water soluble emulsifier & stabilizer, effective at high temperatures.
Uses: Wetting agents & stabilizers, emulsifiers & dispersants, agrochemicals, cleaners & detergents

Nonylphenol ethoxylate-40EO: excellent detergency, outstanding wetting, versatile solubility characteristics and low odor.
Uses: This product is suggested for use in paper & textile processing, paints & coatings and agrochemicals.

Tergitol NP-10Surfactant is a Nonylphenol Ethoxylate based surfactant.
It is nonionic and provides excellent detergency, rinse-ability, and low odor.
This product is suggested for use in cleaners & degreasers, prewash spotters and metalworking fluids.

Molecular Weight: 682
pH-1% in 10/6 ISOP/H2O: 5.0 - 8.0
Water: 0.3 Max
Color: 50 Max
Physical Appearance: Pale yellow 
Cloud Point in 1% aq.: 60 - 65
Critical Micelle Concentration (1% aq): 61
HLB (nominal): 13.2
Average Moles of EO: 10
Pour Point: 6
Surface Tension (0.1% aq @ 25°C): 33

Chemical Description Name : Nonylphenol Ethoxylate
Surfactant Type : Nonionic

Benefits of Nonyl Phenol 10:
• Excellent detergency
• Outstanding wetting
• Versatile solubility characteristics
• Exceptional handling properties
• Low odor
• Excellent rinseability

Applications of Nonyl Phenol 10:
• Cleaners & detergents
• Paper & textile processing
• Paints & coatings
• Agro-chemicals
• Metalworking fluids

Two sodium nonylphenol ethoxylate(10) sulfoitaconate ester surfactants, namely disodium nonylphenol ethoxylate(10) sulfoitaconate monoester (DNE(10)SIM) and sodium nonylphenol ethoxylate(10) sulfoitaconate diester (SNE(10)SID), were synthesized through the esterification and sulfonation reactions with nonylphenol ethoxylate(10) ester, itaconic acid and sodium sulfite as the raw materials. 
The chemical structures of the prepared surfactants were confirmed by FTIR and 1H NMR. 
The surface tension of the synthesized surfactants was measured at 25 °C and the surface active properties were characterized. 
The DNE(10)SIM had better surface activity. 
The CMC was 1.77 × 10−6 mol L−1 and γCMC was 35.45 mN m−1. 
The CMC and γCMC for the SNE(10)SID were 5.42 × 10−5 mol L−1 and 37.67 mN m−1, respectively. 
Moreover, the emulsification power of SNE(10)SID was better.

Environmental hazards of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Nonylphenol is considered to be an endocrine disruptor due to its ability to mimic estrogen and in turn disrupt the natural balance of hormones in affected organisms.
The effect is weak because nonylphenols are not very close structural mimics of estradiol, but the levels of nonylphenol can be sufficiently high to compensate.

Structure of the hormone estradiol and one of the nonylphenols.
The effects of nonylphenol in the environment are most applicable to aquatic species. 
Nonylphenol can cause endocrine disruption in fish by interacting with estrogen receptors and androgen receptors. 
Studies report that nonylphenol competitively displaces estrogen from its receptor site in rainbow trout.
Nonyl Phenol 10 has a stronger affinity to the E2 receptor than estrogen.

Nonylphenol causes the feminization of aquatic organisms, decreases male fertility, and decreases survival in young fish.
Studies show that male fish exposed to nonylphenol have lower testicular weight.
Nonylphenol can disrupt steroidogenesis in the liver. 
One function of endogenous estrogen in fish is to stimulate the liver to make vitellogenin, which is a phospholipoprotein.
Vitellogenin is released by the maturing female and sequestered by developing oocytes to produce the egg yolk.

Males do not normally produce vitellogenin, but when exposed to nonylphenol they produce similar levels of vitellogenin to females.
The concentration needed to induce vitellogenin production in fish is 10 ug/L for NP in water.
Nonylphenol can also interfere with the level of FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) being released from the pituitary gland. 
Concentrations of NP that inhibit reproductive development and function in fish also damages kidneys, decreases body weight, and induces stressed behavior.

Solubility and Compatibility of Nonyl Phenol 10:
• Soluble in water
• Soluble in chlorinated solvents and most polar solvents
• Chemically stable in the presence of dilute acids, bases and salts
• Compatible with soaps, anionic and other nonionic surfactants, and many organic solvents

Nonylphenol ethoxylate (NPE 10) is a non ionic surfactant which is synthesized from alkylphenol ethoxylate. 
The accumulation of NPE-10 in wastewater will endanger the ecosystem as well as human being. 
At present, by an advancement of technology NPE 10 can be degraded indirectly by using an electrochemically treatment. 
Thus, this study aimed to evaluate the potential electrodegradation of NPE 10 by mediated electrochemical oxidation (MEO) using Ce(IV) ionic mediator. 
In addition, the influence of Ag(I) ionic catalyst in the performance of MEO for degradation of NPE 10 was also observed. 

The potency of MEO technology in degradation NPE 10 was evaluated by voltammetry technique and confirmed by titrimetry and LC-MS analyses. 
The results showed that in the absence of Ag(I) ionic catalyst, the degradation of NPE 10 by MEO was 85.93 %. 
Furthermore, when the Ag(I) ionic catalyst was applied, the performance of MEO in degradation of NPE 10 was improved to 95.12 %. 
The back titration using Ba(OH)2 confirmed the formation of CO2 by 46.79 %. 
Whereas the redox titration shows the total of degradation organic compounds by 42.50 %, which was emphasized by formation of two new peaks in LC-MS chromatogram. 
In summary, our results confirm the potential of MEO technology for NPE-10 degradation.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION & APPLICATIONS of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Nonionic surfactants are surface active agents which do not dissociate into ions in aqueous solutions, unlike anionicsurfactants which have a negative charge and cationic surfactants which have a positive charge in aqueous solution.
Nonionic surfactants are more widely used as detergents than ionic surfactants because anionic surfactants are insoluble in many hard water and cationic surfactants are considered to be poor cleaners. 
In addition to detergency, nonionic surfactants show excellent solvency, low foam properties and chemical stability. 
Nonyl Phenol 10 is thought that nonionic surfactants are mild on the skin even at high loadings and long-term exposure. 

The hydrophilic group of nonionic surfactants is a polymerized alkene oxide (water soluble polyether with 10 to 100 units length typically). 
They are prepared by polymerization of ethylene oxide, propylene oxide, and butylene oxide in the same molecule. 
Depending on the ratio and order of oxide addition, together with the number of carbon atoms which vary the chemical and physical properties, nonionic surfactant is used as a wetting agent, a detergent, or an emulsifier.
HLB (Hydrophilic-Lipophilic Balance) values for proper applications.

Nonionic surfactants include alcohol ethoxylates, alkylphenol ethoxylates, phenol ethoxylates, amide ethoxylates, glyceride ethoxylates (soya bean oil and caster oil ethoxylates), fatty acid ethoxylates, and fatty amine ethoxylates.
Another commercially significant nonionic surfactants are the alkyl glycosides in which the hydrophilic groups are sugars (polysaccharides).

Alcohol ethoxylates, clear to yellowish liquid to waxy solids depending on alkyl chain length and the number of ethoxy groups, are non ionic surfactants which contain both hydrophobic tail portion (alcohol part) and hydrophilic polar head groups (ethoxy chain part), and are thus tend to dissolve in both aqueous and oil phase and to reduce the surface tension of liquids. 
Ethylene oxide (also called epoxyethane and oxirane) is the simplest cyclic ether or epoxide, with the formula C2H4O; reactive material which is added to the base of alcohols (or amines) to form ethoxylated surfactants. 
The Hydrophilic-Lipophilic Balance (HLB) of EO surfactant is related to the hydrophilic portion of the molecule. 
More hydrophilic groups enable more solubility in water as more hydrogen bondings exist. 

They are non-ionic in solution which has no electrical charge, which means well-work in hard water at low temperatures as well as stability in acid and alkali solution and compatibility with other surfactants. 
Generally, surfactant's name are formed by adding the mole number of ethylene oxide. 
There is a wide HLB range depend their molar ratios between nonylphenol and E.O. 
The common mole ratio forms for detergency are NPE 9 - 12, where the number indicates ethoxylate chain length.
The lower number mole ratio products are used as wetting agent whereas the higher moles ratio products are emulsifiers and solubilizer. 
Nonylphenol ethoxylates features excelent emulsifying and high detergency properties. 

The nonionic surfactant of nonyl phenol polyoxyethylene ether was synthesized by condensation reaction of nonylphenol and ethylene oxide under the action of catalyst.
There are various kinds of hydrophilic equilibrium value (HLB value). 
This product has a wide application in detergent/printing/dyeing/chemical.
This product has good osmotic/emulsifying/dispersing/anti-acid/anti-alkali/resistance to hard water/resistance to reduction/oxidation resistance.

End applications of Nonyl Phenol 10 include;
Detergents and Industrial Cleaners, Dispersants, Stabilizers, Sanitizers, Defoaming Agents. 
Agrochemical Emulsifiers, Metal Working, Textile Processing, Paper De-inking, Drilling Products Intermediate Anionic Surfactants Synthesis, Dust Control, Adhesive, Plastic Industry, Lube Oil, Cosmetic and Pharmaceuticals.

Surfactants are substances that lower the surface tension of water. Structurally, surfactants are made up of a hydrophilic “head” and a hydrophobic “tail.” 
This structure allows the chemicals to absorb dirt and keep it emulsified in the cleaning solution. 
Surfactants may have a positivelycharged head (cationic), a negatively-charged head (anionic) or no charge (nonionic).
The most widely-used of the nonionic surfactants are alkylphenols and alkylphenol ethoxylates, with nonylphenol (NP) making up approximately 85% of the alkylphenol market and nonylphenol ethoxylate (NPE) making up more than 80% of the alkylphenol ethoxylate market in North America. 

NP is used as a chemical intermediate in the production of nonylphenol ethoxylates and other compounds [i.e., tris(nonylphenyl) phosphite and nonylphenol-formaldehyde condensation resins]. 
NP is reacted with ethylene oxide to form variety of NPE isomers (compounds with the same molecular formula but different structural formulae) with different chain lengths. 
The association representing APE manufacturers states that commercially available NPE have essentially the same structure and isomeric mix, due to manufacturers using basically the same starting materials and synthesis process.

NPE surfactants are used as emulsifiers, wetting agents, dispersants, foam control agents and surface tension agents in commercial and household detergents and cleaning products and are used in industrial applications such as paper and textile manufacture, paints, resins, adhesives and coatings and industrial cleaners.
NP may also be used as a plastic additive in modified polystyrene and polyvinyl chloride.

One industry website lists at least 13 different NPE commercial mixtures and categorizes them into a number of uses: adhesives/sealants, wetting agents and stabilizers; agricultural emulsifiers, wetting agents and dispersants; antifog and antistat agent for plastic films; asphalt emulsions; defoamer; dust control agent for coal and mining operations; emulsifier; household applications; industrial and institutional cleaners; leather hide soaking, tanning and dyeing operations; metalworking fluids; oil field chemicals; paints/coatings and emulsion polymerization; pulp/paper deinking, felt cleaning and processing aids; and textile processing.
The “household applications” category includes the following product types: all purpose cleaners and degreasers; car wash and car care products; laundry detergents; prewash spot removers; and solid toilet bowl cleaners.

The US Department of Human Services Household Product Database lists numerous household products containing NP or NPE, including home maintenance products (e.g., concrete cleaner, joint sealant, floor coating); “inside the home” products (e.g., laundry detergent, floor stripper, spot and stain pre-treatment, tile cleaner); personal care products (e.g., hair color, mousse and conditioner); as well as automotive products and pesticides. 
Many of the personal care products are listed as “old product,” indicating that NPE may not be used in these products at this time.
In the early 2000s, household cleaning products accounted for 15% of the APE market,8 however, the industry association representing manufacturers of APE indicated in comments to the department that use of NPE in household cleaning products has decreased.

Human health hazards of Nonyl Phenol 10:
Alkylphenols like nonylphenol and bisphenol A have estrogenic effects in the body. 
They are known as xenoestrogens.
Estrogenic substances and other endocrine disruptors are compounds that have hormone-like effects in both wildlife and humans. 

Xenoestrogens usually function by binding to estrogen receptors and acting competitively against natural estrogens. 
Nonylphenol has been shown to mimic the natural hormone 17β-estradiol, and it competes with the endogeous hormone for binding with the estrogen receptors ERα and ERβ.
Nonylphenol was discovered to have hormone-like effects by accident because it contaminated other experiments in laboratories that were studying natural estrogens that were using polystyrene tubes.

Names:
 Nonoxynol-3
 Nonoxynol-30
 Nonoxynol-4
 Nonoxynol-44
 PEG-13 Nonyl phenyl ether
 PEG-15 Nonyl phenyl ether
 PEG-3 Nonyl phenyl ether
 PEG-30 Nonyl phenyl ether
 PEG-4 Nonyl phenyl ether
 PEG-44 Nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol (13) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol (15) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol (3) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol (30) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol (44) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol 200 nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol nonylphenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (13) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (15) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (3) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (30) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (4) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (44) nonyl phenyl ether

Synonyms:
 (Nonylphenoxy)polyethylene oxide
 A 730
 A 730 (surfactant)
 Adekatol NP
 Adekatol NP 1000
 Adekatol NP 1100
 Adekatol NP 638
 Adekatol NP 650
 Adekatol NP 660
 Adekatol NP 675
 Adekatol NP 683
 Adekatol NP 686
 Adekatol NP 690
 Adekatol NP 700
 Adekatol NP 710
 Adekatol NP 720
 Adekatol NP 760
 Adekatol NP 900
 Afilan CVH
 Agral
 Agral 600
 Agral 90
 Agral LN
 Agral Plus
 Agral R
 Akyporox NP 105
 Akyporox NP 95
 Alcosist PN
 Alfenol
 Alfenol 10
 Alfenol 18
 Alfenol 22
 Alfenol 28
 Alfenol 710
 Alfenol 8
 Alfenol N 8
 Alkasurf NP
 Alkasurf NP 11
 Alkasurf NP 15
 Alkasurf NP 8
 Antarox 897
 Antarox CO
 Antarox CO 430
 Antarox CO 530
 Antarox CO 630
 Antarox CO 730
 Antarox CO 850
 Arkopal N-090
 Carsonon N-9
 Caswell No. 605
 Chemax NP series
 Conco NI-90
 Dowfax 9N20
 EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 079005
 Emulgen - 913
 Ethoxylated nonylphenol
 Glycols, polyethylene, monononylphenyl
ether
 HSDB 6825
 Igepal CO-630
 Lissapol NX
 Neutronyx 600
 Nonoxinolum
 Nonoxinolum [INN-Latin]
 Nonyl phenyl polyethylene glycol
 Nonyl phenyl polyethylene glycol ether
 Nonylphenol, polyoxyethylene ether 
Nonylphenoxypoly(ethyleneoxy)ethanol,
branched
 Nonylphenoxypolyethoxyethanol
 PEG-9 nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol 450 nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyethylene glycol nonylphenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene (9) nonyl phenyl ether
 Polyoxyethylene nonylphenol
 Polyoxyethylene(30) nonylphenyl ether
 Protachem 630
 Rewopol HV-9
 Synperonic NX
 Tergetol NP
 Tergitol NP-10
 Tergitol NPX
 Tergitol TP-9 (nonionic)
 Triton N-100
 Trycol NP-1
 alpha-(Nonylphenyl)-omegahydroxypoly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl)
 alpha-(Nonylphenyl)-omegahydroxypolyoxyethylene
 omega-Hydroxy-alpha-
(nonylphenyl)poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl)
Systematic Name
 Agral 90
 Glycols, polyethylene mono(nonylphenyl)
ether (nonionic)
 Glycols, polyethylene, mono(nonylphenyl)
ether
 Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-
(nonylphenyl)-omega-hydroxy-
 Prevocel #12
 Tergitol NP-14
 Tergitol NP-27
 Tergitol NP-33 (nonionic)
 Tergitol NP-35 (nonionic)
 Tergitol NP-40 (nonionic)

Superlist Name:
 Nonyl phenol, ethoxylated
 Nonylphenoxypolyethoxyethanol
 Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-
(nonylphenyl)-omega-hydroxy-
 Polyoxyethylene nonylphenol 
4-nonylphenol
p-nonylphenol
phenol, 4-nonyl-
phenol, p-nonyl-

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