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Kinds of substances
1 Mineral, metal or carbon dusts
2 Acrylamide
3 Acrylonitrile
4 Alkyl mercury compounds (restricted to the substances in which alkyl radicals are methyl or ethyl radicals)
4.2 Ethylbenzene
5 Ethylenimine
6 Ethylene oxide
7 Vinyl chloride
8 Chlorine
9 Chlorodiphenyl (otherwise known as PCB)
9.2 o-Toluidine
9.3 o-Phthalodinitrile
10 Cadmium and its compound
11 Chromic acid and its salts
11.2 Chloroform
12 Vanadium pentoxide
12.2 Cobalt and its inorganic compounds
13 Coaltar
13.2 Propylene oxide
13.3 Diantimony trioxide
14 Potassium cyanide
15 Hydrogen cyanide
16 Sodium cyanide
16.2 Carbon tetrachloride
16.3 1,4-Dioxane
16.4 1,2-Dichloroethane (otherwise known as ethylene dichloride)
17 3,3' -Dichloro-4,4' -diaminodiphenyl methane
17.2 1,2-Dichloropropane
17.3 Dichloromethane (otherwise known as methylene dichloride)
17.4 Dimethyl 2,2-dichlorovinyl phosphate
17.5 Dimethylhydrazine
18 Methyl bromide
19 Dichromic acid and its salts
20 Mercury and its inorganic compounds (excluding mercury sulfide)
20.2 Styrene
20.3 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane (otherwise known as tetrachloroacetylene)
20.4 Tetrachloroethylene (otherwise known as perchloroethylene)
20.5 Trichloroethylene
21 Tolylenediisocyanate
21.2 Naphthalene
21.3 Nickel compounds (limited to the powder-like substances excluding Nickel carbonyl)
22 Nickel carbonyl
23 Nitroglyco
24 p-nitrochlorobenzene
24.2 Arsenic and its compounds (excluding Arsine and Gallium arsenide)
25 Hydrogen fluoride
26 beta-Propiolactone
27 Beryllium and its compounds
28 Benzene
28.2 Benzotrichloride
29 Pentachlorophenol (otherwise known as PCP) and its sodium salts
29.2 Formaldehyde
30 Manganese and its compounds (excluding basic manganese oxide)
30.2 Methyl isobutyl ketone
31 Methyl iodide
31.2 Refractory ceramic fibers
32 Hydrogen sulfide
33 Dimethyl sulfate
33.2 Asbestos
34 Lead and its compounds
35 Acetone
36 Isobutyl alcohol
37 Isopropyl alcohol
38 Isopentyl alcohol (otherwise known as isoamyl alcohol)
39 Ethyl ether
40 Ethyleneglycol monoethyl ether (otherwise known as cellosolve)
41 Ethyleneglycol monoethyl ether acetate (otherwise known as cellosolve acetate)
42 Ethyleneglycol mono-n-butyl ether (otherwise known as butyl cellosolve)
43 Ethyleneglycol monomethyl ether (otherwise known as methyl cellosolve)
44 o-Dichlorobenzene
45 Xylene
46 Cresol
47 Chlorobenzene
48 Isobutyl acetate
49 Isopropyl acetate
50 Isopentyl acetate (otherwise known as isoamyl acetate)
51 Ethyl acetate
52 n-Butyl acetate
53 n-Propyl acetate
54 n-Pentyl acetate (otherwise known as n-amyl acetate)
55 Methyl acetate
56 Cyclohexanol
57 Cyclohexanone
58 1,2-Dichloroethylene (otherwise known as acetylene dichloride)
59 N,N-Dimethylformamide
60 Tetrahydrofuran
61 1,1,1-Trichloroethane
62 Toluene
63 Carbon disulfide
64 n-Hexane
65 1-Butanol
66 2-Butanol
67 Methanol
68 Methyl ethyl ketone
69 Methyl cyclohexanol
70 Methyl cyclohexanone
71 Methyl n-butyl ketone
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