What Materials Can Hazcat Identify

Which chemicals can be identified by HazCat?

A competent user can identify thousands of chemicals with the HazCat System. Here are a few of the more common, from “A” to “Z”:

Acetaldehyde
Acetic Acid
Acetone
Aluminum
Ammonia
Ammonium nitrate Ammonium perchlorate Aniline

Arsenic
Arsenic acid Asbestos Benzoyl peroxide Bleach
Boric acid
Boron
Cadmium

Diesel fuel Dimethyl sulfate Ether
Ethylene glycol Fiberglass
Flour Formaldehyde Gasoline Hydrazine Hydrofluoric acid Hydrogen peroxide Hydroiodic acid Iodine
Iron
Kerosene
Latex paint

Phenol
Phosphoric acid Phosphorus pentoxide Picric acid
Potassium cyanide Potassium hydroxide Potassium metal Propyl chloride Pumice
Salicyclic acid
Silica
Silver
Sodium cyanide Sodium hydroxide Sodium metal

Calcium carbide Calcium hydroxide Calcium metal Calcium sulfate Carbon disulfide Carbonated water Cement Chlorobenzene Chrome

Chromic acid Chromium trioxide Cobalt
Detergent

Sugar
Sulfur
Sulfuric acid Tetrahydrofuran Thionyl chloride Thiophene Turpentine

Which chemical groups can be identified by HazCat?

Lead
Lime
Lithium hydroxide
Lithium metal
Magnesium
Mercury
Methyl ethyl ketone
Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide Urea

Nitric acid Oxalic acid Paint stripper PCBs Perchloric acid

Urethane plastic Urine
Wax
Zinc

HazCat can also characterize chemicals by “families.” Many groups are clustered by functional group. Others take on characteristics due to related structure. Here are the common ones:

Acetates
Acrylates
Alcohols
Aldehydes
Amines
Animal feed
BTEX hydrocarbons Carbamates
Carbonates
Cellosolves
Chlorinated hydrocarbons Chlorocyanurates

Glycols
Isocyanates
Ketones
Mercaptans
Nitriles Organo-metals Organophosphates Plastics/plastic resins Polyols

Shellacs
Thionated pesticides Wood and wood products

AND ALSO

ACIDS, CAUSTICS CATIONS / ANIONS METAL MIXTURES METAL OXIDES

METAL SULFATES METAL CHLORIDES

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