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CAS number

Abbreviation: CAS RN, CAS #
An internationally recognized identifier for each chemical published by the Chemical Abstract Service (CAS). The CAS maintains a database for all known chemicals, including basic properties, toxicity, flammability, and radioactivity.
See also: number
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While HTSUS subheadings and the CAS registry number are provided for convenience and customs purposes only, the written description of the scope of these investigations is dispositive.
Global regulatory organizations, including the United States Environmental Protection Agency and The ACT on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals regulatory body in Korea, require all new chemical substances manufactured or imported to be identified by a CAS Registry Number.
Under the Reference Section, there are areas to conduct an advanced search by narrowing the choices according to a number of categories (author, CAS registry number, Journal, Database, Language, Dates, etcetera).
Four references revealed cyclo-DiBADGE (cyclo-di-bisphenol A diglycidyl ether, CAS Registry Number 20583-873) as a possible candidate that was consistent with all the data.
Data can be queried by chemical name, CAS Registry number, organic chemical class, or species name (scientific and common) from laboratory and field data in either fresh or saltwater.
While we didn't find a simple way to limit the search to the word benzene by itself, the search could be done using the CAS registry number instead of the name.
CAS registry number, Merck index number, an illustration of the chemical structure, chemical and dye class, molecular formula and weight, color change at pH, pKa, physical form, solubility, melting point, UV-visibility, synthesis, major applications and safety/toxicity data.
Every substance is given a permanent, unambiguous, and unique identifying number, the CAS Registry Number Scientists and researchers around the world rely upon the CAS Registry Number as the globally accepted standard for defining and describing a chemical substance.
CAS Registry Number links, often found in bibliographic files
Both retrieve information relatively quickly and can search using a name fragment, synonym, or CAS registry number.
Anyone can easily search by CAS Registry Number or chemical name and confirm the substance details, such as the CAS Registry Number, chemical names or synonyms, molecular formula, chemical structure, and a reciprocal Wikipedia link when available," said Christine McCue, CAS vice president, Marketing.
Indexing is by CAS registry number, vitamin D name, and synonym.