Agent Name

Benzene, 1,1'-oxybis-, tetrapropylene derivatives, sulfonated, sodium salts

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1-Propene tetramer-oxybisbenzene reaction products, sulfonated, sodium salt; Diphenyl ether tetrapropylene derivs. sulfonated sodium salts; [ChemIDplus] C12 Branched ADPODS, Sodium Salt; [Reference #1] Calfax DB-45; Aerosol DPOS-45; Aerosol DPOS-45LD; Aerosol DPOS-45P; Rhodacal DSB; Rhodacal DSB/E; [ToxPlanet: ECHA REACH Registrations] KODAK MX-1591 Prebake Solution; PCD 5849; [Kodak MSDS]




Solid; [Reference #1] 10-15% Aqueous solution: Light yellow liquid; [Kodak MSDS]


Used to make soaps, cleaning compounds, fabrics, textiles, apparel, and paper products; [Reference #1] Used to make polymers, rubber, plastic products, resins, paints, coatings, thinners, fillers, putties, plasters, ink and toners, leather tanning-dyeing-finishing products, metal surface treatment products (including those for galvanizing and electroplating), non-metal surface treatment products, metal working fluids, polishes and waxes, textile dyes-finishing products, washing and cleaning products, biocidal products, paper-pulp-paper products, laboratory chemicals, in electricity-steam-gas-water supply, sewage treatment, and building and construction work; [ToxPlanet: ECHA REACH Registrations] Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used in plate processing; [Kodak MSDS]


15% aqueous solution not irritating to rabbit skin; 50% aqueous solution causes severe eye irritation and moderate corneal injury in rabbits; Histopathological liver changes observed in 90-day oral study of rats at 500 mg/kg/day; No evidence of carcinogenicity in 2-year oral study of rats; Other category members demonstrated no reproductive or developmental toxicity in oral studies of rats; Significantly reduced pup weights at doses markedly toxic to parents in one oral study of rats; Some evidence of skin sensitization in guinea pigs; [Reference #1] May cause serious eye injury; [ToxPlanet: ECHA REACH Registrations] 10-15% Aqueous solution: An irritant that can cause serious eye injury; [Kodak MSDS]

Reference Link

EPA ChAMP: Screening Level Hazard Characterization: Alkyl Diphenyl Oxide Disulfonates (ADPODS) Category - 2010

Adverse Effects

Hepatotoxin, Secondary

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