Agent Name

Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated light

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Hydrotreated light straight run (petroleum); Naphtha, petroleum, hydrotreated light; Naphtha, (petroleum), hydrotreated light; [ChemIDplus] ADO Hydrofiner naphtha; C6 feed; DESULPHURISED TOPS; Essence LBF; Exxsol DSP 100/120; Exxsol DSP 100/140; Exxsol DSP 80/110; Exxsol Hexane; Exxsol Isohexane; GO Hydrofiner naphtha; Hexane; HF-LVN; HYROSOL EM; HYDROSOL ESSENCE 100/140; HYDROSOL ESSENCE 60/140; HYDROSOL ESSENCE 60/95; HYDROSOL ESSENCE 70/80 N; HYDROSOL ESSENCE 80/110; HYDROSOL ESSENCE 95/160 N; HYDROSOL ESSENCE A; HYDROSOL ESSENCE C; HYDROSOL ESSENCE E<5; HYDROSOL ESSENCE F<5; HYDROSOL ESSENCE G; HYDROSOL ESSENCE ISOHEXANE; HYDROSOL ESSENCE TEXINE L; Hydrotreated naphtha; LBF; Light Distillate Feedstock, Light Virgin Naphtha; LVN; Mengsel van alifatische koolwaterstoffen; Naphtha; Naphtha (raolie) hydrogenbehandlet let, tops.; Petroleumether; SBP 65/70; Shellsol 80/110; Sole; Special boiling point solvent; Special boiling point spirit; [IUCLID] EXXSOL HEXANE FLUID; [ExxonMobil MSDS]


Petroleum Distillates, Other


Colorless liquid with a mild petroleum odor; [ExxonMobil MSDS]


Used in the chemical, fuel, coatings (paints, lacquers, and varnishes), electrical/electronic engineering, pulp & paper, petroleum refining, and polymer industries; Used in food extraction, fuel blending, adhesive agents, coloring agents, solvents, cleaning/washing agents, disinfectants, and pharmaceuticals; [IUCLID] Used as a solvent; [ExxonMobil MSDS]


TSCA Definition 2008: Obtained by treating a petroleum fraction with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst and consisting of hydrocarbons with carbon numbers of C4 through C11 and boiling range of minus 20 deg C to 190 deg C; [ChemIDplus] Decreased body weight, increased relative liver weight and total bilirubin, and hematological changes in repeated-dose oral study of rats at 750 mg/kg/day; [Reference #1] May cause irritation; Harmful by ingestion (may cause lung damage by aspiration); May cause CNS depression; [ExxonMobil MSDS] See "Gasoline."

Reference Link

EPA Hazard Characterization Document: Kerosene/Jet Fuel Category - 2011

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CNS Solvent Syndrome


Hepatotoxin, Secondary

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