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Safer Chemical Substitution Chart

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Hazardous Chemical Substitute Practice 2 – Butanol n-Butyl alcohol Carbon tetrachloride Cyclohexane Non-polar solvent Carbon tetrachloride Isopropyl alcohol Vapor pressure-temperature Chlorinated solvents Non-chlorinated solvents Chromate ion Hypochlorite ion Organic synthesis Conventional acids Conventional bases Vinegar Ammonia Acid-base experiments Ethyl ether Methyl t-butyl ether Organic synthesis Formaldehyde Ethanol or other preservatives Specimen storage Methanol solution Sugar water Density determination P – dichlorobenzene Napthalene Potassium Calcium Sulfide ion Hydroxide ion Qualitative test for heavy metals Safer Chemical Substitutions You can reduce waste and improve classroom safety by substituting environmentally safer materials and chemicals when preparing your chemistry demonstrations and experiments. The following substitutions are recommended by Ward's Science: https://www.wardsci.com Copyright © 2019 Ward's Science. All rights reserved. If you have any questions about safer chemical substitutions or anything else, just ask the Ward's Science Plus Us team at sciencehelp@vwr.com. Our in-house scientists and technicians are ready to answer even the toughest inquiries.

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