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BTEX

The BTEX, consisting of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes (ortho, meta, and para isomers), are aromatic hydrocarbons commonly found in industrial emissions, vehicle exhaust, petroleum products, and solvents. Benzene, naturally present in some petroleum products, is a known carcinogen, while toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes may have harmful effects on human health. BTEX, including benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes, pose health and environmental risks due to their toxicity and contribution to air pollution. Prolonged exposure can cause respiratory issues, skin irritations, and impact the central nervous system. Their volatility can lead to groundwater contamination. Monitoring is crucial to assess their presence, and strict regulations limit industrial emissions. Initiatives promote less toxic fuels and cleaner industrial processes. Proper management of petroleum waste is essential to prevent environmental contamination by BTEX.

95-85-2

Amino-2-chlorophenol-4

95-85-2
25155-30-0

Alkylbenzene sulfonate sodium

25155-30-0
26027-38-3

Alkylphenols Ethoxylates

26027-38-3
140-39-6

Tolyl-p Acetate

140-39-6
526-37-4

Atranol

526-37-4
4165-61-1

Aniline D5

4165-61-1
139-59-3

Amino-4-diphenylether

139-59-3
97781-16-3

Acetoxy-2-benzoic acid 3,4,5,6 D4

97781-16-3
285132-88-9

Amino-4-phenol D7

285132-88-9
3165-93-3

Chloro-4-methyl-2-aniline HCl

3165-93-3
90-41-5

Aminobiphenyl-2

90-41-5
93-15-2

4-Allyl-1,2-dimethoxybenzene

93-15-2
2486-70-6

4-Amino-3-methylbenzoic Acid

2486-70-6
81587-11-3

Acide 5-hydroxyindole-3-acétique D5

81587-11-3
65-85-0

Benzoic acid

65-85-0
1967-25-5

Bromophenylurea-4

1967-25-5
106-39-8

Bromochlorobenzene-4

106-39-8
94-26-8

Butylparaben

94-26-8
118-58-1

Benzyl salicylate

118-58-1
94-18-8

Benzyl paraben

94-18-8