26 U.S. Code § 4672 - Definitions and special rules
|Ammonium nitrate||Propylene glycol|
|Polyethylene resins, total||Propylene oxide|
|Styrene-butadiene, latex||Ethylene oxide|
|Styrene-butadiene, snpf||Ethylene dichloride|
|Synthetic rubber, not containing fillers||Cyclohexane|
|Ferrochromium nov 3 pct||Phthalic anhydride|
|Ferrochrome ov 3 pct. carbon||Ethyl methyl ketone|
|Nickel waste and scrap||Carbon tetrachloride|
|Wrought nickel rods and wire||Chromic acid|
|Nickel powders||Hydrogen peroxide|
|Phenolic resins||Polystyrene homopolymer resins|
|Polystyrene resins and copolymers||Acrylic and methacrylic acid resins|
|Ethyl alcohol for nonbeverage use||Vinyl resins|
|Ethylbenzene||Vinyl resins, NSPF.|
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