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CAS number stands for Chemical Abstraction Service Registry number and is a code that identifies a chemical. It is used to identify every chemical described in the chemical literature and science press.
CAS is maintaining a database with over 100 millions of compounds.
With the CAS number a compound is easy to locate no matter what the common name is. For example BDG, Butyl diglyme has CAS-number 112-73-2 and with it we can find sellers and other common names. BDG is also known as :
- 2-BUTOXYETHYL ETHER
- BIS(2-BUTOXYETHYL) ETHER
- BIS(2-N-BUTOXYETHYL) ETHER
- BUTYL DIGLYME
- DIBUTYL CARBITOL
- DIBUTYL DIGLYCOL
- DIETHYLENE GLYCOL DIBUTYL ETHER
- DIETHYLENE GLYCOL DI-N-BUTYL ETHER
- Dibutylether diethylenglykolu
- Ether, bis(2-butoxyethyl)
The easiest way to find a chemical based on it's CAS number is to use google and add "CAS" to the search.