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  • Nonylphenol is an organic compound of the wider family of alkylphenols. It is a product of industrial synthesis formed during the alkylation process of phenols, particularly in the synthesis of polyethoxylate detergents.
  • Nonylphenol is commonly obtained as a mixture of isomers, and is thus usually found as a pale yellow liquid at room temperature with a freezing point of -10C and a boiling point of 295-320C.
  • Of alkylphenolic compounds, nonylphenol (NP) and nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEOs) are the most interested endocrine disruptor compounds since they were frequently detected in the streams and in the effluent of sewage treatment plants.
  • Nonyl phenol and the related nonyl phenol ethoxylates are used in pesticide products as inert ingredients and as adjuvants added by the pesticide user.
  • Nonylphenol is used as a catalyst in the curing of epoxy resin.
  • Nonylphenol is mainly used as binders for ink and an intermediate material for production of nonyl phenolethoxylate, which is one of the surfactants used in cleaning agents.
  • It is also used as intermediate of anti-oxidants for rubber.
  • World demand for nonylphenol is 18,200-20,500 tonnes per annum. It is very much governed by demand for nonyl phenolethoxylate, which in
    Europe at all events can be expected to diminish.
  • Nonylphenol, and a related compound tert-octylphenol, were first detected as an air pollutant in New York City and New Jersey, probably due to its evaporation from the Hudson river and other smaller rivers in the region that routinely receive municipal wastewaters.
  • The production volume of nonyl phenol in past years was 16,110 tons, of which 6,279 tons was exported, while 1,861 tons was imported. Production has been tending to decrease year by year.
  • Approximately 40% is used in the production of anti-oxidants for rubber, phenol resins used in laminated sheets, the binder for inks, and stabilizers for epoxy resins. NP was formerly used as an additive for plastics, but is not being used for plastics produced in Japan at present.
General & Process
  • Nonyl Phenol
  • Overview of nonyl phenol
  • Information about nonyl phenol
  • General information of nonyl phenol
  • Nonlinear parameter estimation of nonyl phenol biodegradation
  • Oxidation of Nonylphenol in Water using O3
  • Occurance of nonylphenol, nonylphenol ethoxylate surfactants and nonylphenol carboxylic acids in wastewater in japan

Patent

  • Nonylphenol nonionic gemini surfactants
  • Copper extraction with salicylaldoxime-P-nonylphenol mixtures
  • Polyolefins stabilized with reaction products of nonylphenol and carbonyl compounds

Company Profiles

  • Company from Dubai
  • Company from Singapore
  • Company from Taiwan

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Nonyl Phenol
  • 4-Nonylphenol
  • Nonyl phenol msds
  • Safety data for nonylphenol

Products & Applications

  • Nonyl Phenol product data sheet
  • Nonyl phenol replacement
  • Nonyl phenol and related chemicals
  • Differential Degradation of Nonylphenol Isomers by Sphingomonas xenophaga Bayram
  • Formation of DNA damaging product from light irradiated nonyl phenol
  • Effect of Nonylphenol Surfactants on Fungi following the Application of Sewage Sludge on Agricultural Soils
  • Temporal trends of nonylphenol and bisphenol A contamination in the Pearl River Estuary and the adjacent South China Sea recorded by dated sedimentary cores
Consultants & Project
  • Consultant from California
  • Consultant from China
  • Consultant from Italy
  • Consultant from Minnesota
  • Consultant from Texas
  • Consultant from Virginia
  • Nonyl phenol Consultants
  • Gedri Project: Ocurrence of nonylphenol and nonylphenol polyethoxylates in Canadian aquatic
  • Occurrence and ecological impact of nonylphenols and nonylphenol ethoxylates as potential endocrine disruptors of aquatic resources in the Great Lakes

Market & Report

  • Production of nonyl phenol
  • Chemical profile of nonyl phenol
  • Nonyl phenol an integrated vision of a pollutant
  • Hazardous substances on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and nonyl phenol
  • Nonyl phenol in the environment
  • Summary of the Interim Report-Nonylphenol
  • Hazardous Substances Series Nonylphenol and Nonylphenolethoxylates
  • Nonylphenol and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and P&G Products
  • Evaluation sheet of nonylphenol
  • Proposed Environmental Quality Standards for Nonyl Phenol in Water
  • Ambient Aquatic Life Water Quality Criteria for Nonylphenol - Draft

Hazards

  • Nonyl phenol
  • Hazard assessment of Nonylphenol
  • Nonyl phenol mixed isomers
  • Nonylphenol Risk Reduction Strategy
  • Nonyl Phenol isomer mixture

Suppliers & Buyers

  • Nonyl phenol suppliers
  • Nonyl phenol exporters
  • Nonyl phenol buyers

Rules & Regulations

  • The Controls on Nonylphenol and Nonylphenol Ethoxylate Regulations 2004
  • Restrictions on the marketing and use of nonylphenol, nonylphenol ethoxylate and cement

  • Explanatory memorandum to statutory instruments

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