||Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substances Inventory: Revised Inventory Synonym and Preferred Name File, February 1996 (for Microcomputers).
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.
Data file ;
Chemical compounds ;
Molecular structure ;
Toxic Substances Control Act ;
Magnetic tapes ;
Chemical Substances Inventory ;
CAS Registry Number ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The TSCA Chemical Substance Inventory on diskette provides chemical identity information for the non-confidential substances on the TSCA Master Inventory File. For infomration on the scope and content of the TSCA Inventory, users can consult the introduction material of the printed TSCA Inventory: 1985 Edition and its 1990 Supplement (PB91-159665 and PB91-145458). The diskettes contain no TSCA Confidential Business Information. New versions of the TSCA Inventory on diskette may be issued at approximately six month intervals. Unlike the printed editions of the TSCA Inventory, the diskette version does not include the generic names for the confidential substances on the Master Inventory File, nor does it include synonyms derived from CAS files for the non-confidential substances. In addition, no search software is provided. The data provided for each chemical substance includes the CAS Registry Number, Preferred CA Index Name, molecular formula, and other appropriate information, such as valid chemical names reported by submitters. The entries are in ascending CAS Registry Number order.
||This product contains text only. More information is available by fax by calling (703) 487-4140 and asking for product code: 8539. Files are compressed. Supersedes PB94-501731, PB95-503116, and PB95-505400. See also PB96-501267.
||Ordering information for each format: (A) Three 3 1/2 inch 1.44M DOS diskettes ($195, order number PB96-501529). The datafile is on three 3 1/2 inch DOS diskettes, 1.44M high density. File format: ASCII text. The file is normally updated every six months.
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