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Which household products have the highest emission of ethyl benzene?
Ethyl benzene is most commonly found in: coal tar, petroleum, ink, pesticides, and paint. Answer: You may be exposed to ethylbenzene from the use of:
- carpet glues
- Tobbacco products
- From its use as a solvent in:
- carpet glues
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It is alcoholic abuse.
the condensed formula is C6H5CH2CH3 the molecular formula is C8H10
Things like oils and waters
All aerosol containers are explosive, so there's air freshener, spray paint, some sort of household pesticide in an aerosol. There's also propane tanks, in barbeques and if …you have a portable gas range, then the gas in the metal containers would be considered explosive too. One last thing i could think of: Fire extinguisher. It's usually compressed foam, powder, or water. Not really sure how they compress the water and the powder, but still, all three are explosive. Hope that helped. :)
Pencil cases and slippers also trampolines
All household products have some combination of "elements". Some examples are: Common table salt (NaCl)- sodium and chlorine, some may also have magnesium and …iodine Plant foods / fertilizers (N-P-K) - nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, some have trace elements like boron and iron. Glassware (SiO2) - Silicon and Oxygen, may also contain trace elements like carbon, magnesium, calcium, etc. Copper, aluminum, iron - in some form or another in pots and pans Most cleaning chemicals, soaps, shampoos, liquid supplies have a good portion comprised of water (H2O). Vitamins and supplements - all sorts of elements there, iron, calcium, magnesium, boron, zinc, copper, selenium, chrominum, and more. Plastics / synthetics materials - polymers are primarily carbon and hydrogen, some have silicon and other elements as well. Lamps, bulbs - filaments can be made from tungsten, barium, strontium, calcium, and more. Some low-pressure variants are filled with halogen gas (usually made from iodine or bromine).
you could pour detergent on them which will clog their pours and they will die
benzene will cause drowsiness, confusion, stomachache, ect.
A couple tablespoons of baking soda will do the trick, for sure.
tea (ive heard Earm Greay Aromatics is good) dried banana skins - apparently it's strong so watch out oregami - doesn't do much but tastes good basil - works for s…ome not others brings on happy feeling and blured vision nutmeg - low doses can cause euphoria and high doses can cause hallucinations but DO NOT EXCEED 20g FOR DANGER OF DEATH!!!
Yes to both categories.
There is no common name. This compound only has an IUPAC name.
Corrosive poisons are mostly in cleaning products Bleach, disinfectants, Drain cleaner