Ethylbenzene

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Ethylbenzene is associated with abnormalities such as Asthma, Ototoxicity, Endemic Flea-Borne Typhus and Meralgia paresthetica. The involved biomedical functions are known as Analyte, Inspiration function, volatile substances, Photosynthesis and Irritation. The associated genes/proteins with Ethylbenzene are CYP2E1 gene. Ethylbenzene is associated with Toluene, 4-xylene, Organic Chemicals, 3-xylene and Petroleum.
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No curated diseases are identified in current reference collection.

Associated abnormalities 4

Concept Name External ID Weighted Score Hits References
Asthma ICD9-CM:493.9 1000.0 3
  1. Association of domestic exposure to volatile organic compounds with asthma in young children.
    K. Rumchev, J. Spickett, M. Bulsara, M. Phillips, S. Stick (2004) Thorax
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    PC. Martins, J. Valente, AL. Papoila, I. Caires, J. Araújo-Martins, P. Mata, M. Lopes, S. Torres, J. Rosado-Pinto, C. Borrego, I. Annesi-Maesano, N. Neuparth (2012) Eur. Respir. J.
Ototoxicity 1000.0 1
  1. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
Endemic Flea-Borne Typhus ICD9-CM:081.0 486.5 1
  1. Uptake of toluene and ethylbenzene by plants: removal of volatile indoor air contaminants.
    W. Sriprapat, P. Suksabye, S. Areephak, P. Klantup, A. Waraha, A. Sawattan, P. Thiravetyan (2014) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Meralgia paresthetica ICD9-CM:355.1 520.74 1
  1. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere

Associated chemicals 62

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
Toluene CHEBI:17578 993.18 109
  1. Characterization of emissions during the heating of tyre contaminated scrap.
    A. Arion, F. Baronnet, S. Lartiges, JP. Birat () Chemosphere
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    WA. Murray, RC. Lunardini, FJ. Ullo, ME. Davidson (2000) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Kinetics of inhibition in the biodegradation of monoaromatic hydrocarbons in presence of heavy metals.
    L. Amor, C. Kennes, MC. Veiga (2001) Bioresour. Technol.
  4. Combining membrane extraction with mobile gas chromatography for the field analysis of volatile organic compounds in contaminated waters.
    B. Hauser, P. Popp (2001) J Chromatogr A
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    SC. Lee, MY. Chiu, KF. Ho, SC. Zou, X. Wang (2002) Chemosphere
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    F. Croute, J. Poinsot, Y. Gaubin, B. Beau, V. Simon, JC. Murat, JP. Soleilhavoup (2002) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
  7. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
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    HR. Pohl, N. Roney, S. Wilbur, H. Hansen, CT. De Rosa (2003) Chemosphere
  9. On-site calibration method based on stepwise solid-phase microextraction.
    G. Xiong, Y. Chen, J. Pawliszyn (2003) J Chromatogr A
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    WL. Lau, LY. Chan (2003) Sci. Total Environ.
  11. Preliminary measurements of aromatic VOCs in public transportation modes in Guangzhou, China.
    LY. Chan, WL. Lau, XM. Wang, JH. Tang (2003) Environ Int
  12. In-tube solid-phase microextraction sampler for long-term storage.
    L. Nardi (2003) J Chromatogr A
  13. Association of domestic exposure to volatile organic compounds with asthma in young children.
    K. Rumchev, J. Spickett, M. Bulsara, M. Phillips, S. Stick (2004) Thorax
  14. Gas chromatographic determination of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes using flame ionization detector in water samples with direct aqueous injection up to 250 microl.
    R. Kubinec, J. Adamuscin, H. Jurdáková, M. Foltin, I. Ostrovský, A. Kraus, L. Soják (2005) J Chromatogr A
  15. Sampling and determination of volatile organic compounds with needle trap devices.
    A. Wang, F. Fang, J. Pawliszyn (2005) J Chromatogr A
  16. Ambient BTEX and MTBE in the neighborhoods of different industrial parks in Southern Taiwan.
    LT. Hsieh, HH. Yang, HW. Chen (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  17. Characteristics and health impacts of volatile organic compounds in photocopy centers.
    CW. Lee, YT. Dai, CH. Chien, DJ. Hsu (2006) Environ. Res.
  18. Risk factors for increased BTEX exposure in four Australian cities.
    AL. Hinwood, C. Rodriguez, T. Runnion, D. Farrar, F. Murray, A. Horton, D. Glass, V. Sheppeard, JW. Edwards, L. Denison, T. Whitworth, C. Eiser, M. Bulsara, RW. Gillett, J. Powell, S. Lawson, I. Weeks, I. Galbally (2007) Chemosphere
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    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
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    KH. Kim, ZH. Shon, MY. Kim, Y. Sunwoo, EC. Jeon, JH. Hong (2008) J. Hazard. Mater.
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    F. Lalanne, L. Malhautier, JC. Roux, JL. Fanlo (2008) Bioresour. Technol.
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    JL. Pavón, SH. Martín, CG. Pinto, BM. Cordero (2009) J Chromatogr A
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    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  32. Gene expression profiles of human promyelocytic leukemia cell lines exposed to volatile organic compounds.
    SN. Sarma, YJ. Kim, JC. Ryu (2010) Toxicology
  33. Fate of selected pesticides, estrogens, progestogens and volatile organic compounds during artificial aquifer recharge using surface waters.
    M. Kuster, S. Díaz-Cruz, M. Rosell, M. López de Alda, D. Barceló (2010) Chemosphere
  34. Cellular damages in the Allium cepa test system, caused by BTEX mixture prior and after biodegradation process.
    DE. Mazzeo, TC. Fernandes, MA. Marin-Morales (2011) Chemosphere
  35. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
  36. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
  37. Formaldehyde and TVOC emission behavior of laminate flooring by structure of laminate flooring and heating condition.
    JY. An, S. Kim, HJ. Kim (2011) J. Hazard. Mater.
  38. Fate of aromatic hydrocarbons in Italian municipal wastewater systems: an overview of wastewater treatment using conventional activated-sludge processes (CASP) and membrane bioreactors (MBRs).
    F. Fatone, S. Di Fabio, D. Bolzonella, F. Cecchi (2011) Water Res.
  39. CYP2E1 phenotype in Mexican workers occupationally exposed to low levels of toluene.
    O. Jiménez-Garza, S. Márquez-Gamiño, A. Albores, C. Caudillo-Cisneros, M. Carrieri, GB. Bartolucci, M. Manno (2012) Toxicol. Lett.
  40. BTEX decomposition by ozone in gaseous phase.
    M. Franco, I. Chairez, T. Poznyak, A. Poznyak (2012) J. Environ. Manage.
  41. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
  42. Airways changes related to air pollution exposure in wheezing children.
    PC. Martins, J. Valente, AL. Papoila, I. Caires, J. Araújo-Martins, P. Mata, M. Lopes, S. Torres, J. Rosado-Pinto, C. Borrego, I. Annesi-Maesano, N. Neuparth (2012) Eur. Respir. J.
  43. Uptake of toluene and ethylbenzene by plants: removal of volatile indoor air contaminants.
    W. Sriprapat, P. Suksabye, S. Areephak, P. Klantup, A. Waraha, A. Sawattan, P. Thiravetyan (2014) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
  44. Evaluation of the efficiency of an experimental biocover to reduce BTEX emissions from landfill biogas.
    A. Lakhouit, WN. Schirmer, TR. Johnson, H. Cabana, AR. Cabral (2014) Chemosphere
  45. Blood miRNAs as sensitive and specific biological indicators of environmental and occupational exposure to volatile organic compound (VOC).
    MK. Song, JC. Ryu (2015) Int J Hyg Environ Health
  46. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
  47. Detection rates, trends in and factors affecting observed levels of selected volatile organic compounds in blood among US adolescents and adults.
    RB. Jain (2017) Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
  48. Biomonitoring-based exposure assessment of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene among workers at petroleum distribution facilities.
    B. Heibati, KJ. Godri Pollitt, JY. Charati, A. Ducatman, M. Shokrzadeh, A. Karimi, M. Mohammadyan (2018) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
4-xylene 972.67 34
  1. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in urban atmosphere of Hong Kong.
    SC. Lee, MY. Chiu, KF. Ho, SC. Zou, X. Wang (2002) Chemosphere
  2. Commuter exposure to aromatic VOCs in public transportation modes in Hong Kong.
    WL. Lau, LY. Chan (2003) Sci. Total Environ.
  3. Preliminary measurements of aromatic VOCs in public transportation modes in Guangzhou, China.
    LY. Chan, WL. Lau, XM. Wang, JH. Tang (2003) Environ Int
  4. In-tube solid-phase microextraction sampler for long-term storage.
    L. Nardi (2003) J Chromatogr A
  5. Association of domestic exposure to volatile organic compounds with asthma in young children.
    K. Rumchev, J. Spickett, M. Bulsara, M. Phillips, S. Stick (2004) Thorax
  6. Gas chromatographic determination of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes using flame ionization detector in water samples with direct aqueous injection up to 250 microl.
    R. Kubinec, J. Adamuscin, H. Jurdáková, M. Foltin, I. Ostrovský, A. Kraus, L. Soják (2005) J Chromatogr A
  7. Ambient BTEX and MTBE in the neighborhoods of different industrial parks in Southern Taiwan.
    LT. Hsieh, HH. Yang, HW. Chen (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  8. Head-space, small-chamber and in-vehicle tests for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from air fresheners for the Korean market.
    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
  9. Major aromatic VOC in the ambient air in the proximity of an urban landfill facility.
    KH. Kim, ZH. Shon, MY. Kim, Y. Sunwoo, EC. Jeon, JH. Hong (2008) J. Hazard. Mater.
  10. Absorption of a mixture of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in aqueous solutions of soluble cutting oil.
    F. Lalanne, L. Malhautier, JC. Roux, JL. Fanlo (2008) Bioresour. Technol.
  11. Post-Hurricane Katrina passive sampling of ambient volatile organic compounds in the greater New Orleans area.
    KC. Chung, TH. Stock, LA. Smith, M. Afshar, XL. Liao, C. Stallings (2009) Environ. Res.
  12. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  13. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
  14. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
  15. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
  16. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
  17. Detection rates, trends in and factors affecting observed levels of selected volatile organic compounds in blood among US adolescents and adults.
    RB. Jain (2017) Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
3-xylene 1000.0 9
  1. Association of domestic exposure to volatile organic compounds with asthma in young children.
    K. Rumchev, J. Spickett, M. Bulsara, M. Phillips, S. Stick (2004) Thorax
  2. Ambient BTEX and MTBE in the neighborhoods of different industrial parks in Southern Taiwan.
    LT. Hsieh, HH. Yang, HW. Chen (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Programmed temperature vaporizer based method for the sensitive determination of trihalomethanes and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes in soils.
    JL. Pavón, SH. Martín, CG. Pinto, BM. Cordero (2009) J Chromatogr A
  4. Cellular damages in the Allium cepa test system, caused by BTEX mixture prior and after biodegradation process.
    DE. Mazzeo, TC. Fernandes, MA. Marin-Morales (2011) Chemosphere
  5. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
  6. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
  7. Biomonitoring-based exposure assessment of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene among workers at petroleum distribution facilities.
    B. Heibati, KJ. Godri Pollitt, JY. Charati, A. Ducatman, M. Shokrzadeh, A. Karimi, M. Mohammadyan (2018) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Petroleum 1000.0 8
  1. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
  2. On-site calibration method based on stepwise solid-phase microextraction.
    G. Xiong, Y. Chen, J. Pawliszyn (2003) J Chromatogr A
  3. Response of a solid-liquid two-phase partitioning bioreactor to transient BTEX loadings.
    JV. Littlejohns, AJ. Daugulis (2008) Chemosphere
  4. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  5. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
  6. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
  7. Biomonitoring-based exposure assessment of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene among workers at petroleum distribution facilities.
    B. Heibati, KJ. Godri Pollitt, JY. Charati, A. Ducatman, M. Shokrzadeh, A. Karimi, M. Mohammadyan (2018) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Naphthalene CHEBI:16482 965.79 6
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
  2. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
  3. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
Hydrocarbons CHEBI:24632 901.19 5
  1. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
  2. Biofiltration of ethylbenzene vapours: influence of the packing material.
    FJ. Alvarez-Hornos, C. Gabaldón, V. Martínez-Soria, M. Martín, P. Marzal, JM. Penya-Roja (2008) Bioresour. Technol.
  3. Monoaromatics removal from polluted water through bioreactors-a review.
    M. Farhadian, D. Duchez, C. Vachelard, C. Larroche (2008) Water Res.
  4. Cellular damages in the Allium cepa test system, caused by BTEX mixture prior and after biodegradation process.
    DE. Mazzeo, TC. Fernandes, MA. Marin-Morales (2011) Chemosphere
Hydrocarbons, Aromatic CHEBI:33658 946.84 4
  1. Volatile organic compounds cytotoxicity and expression of HSP72, HSP90 and GRP78 stress proteins in cultured human cells.
    F. Croute, J. Poinsot, Y. Gaubin, B. Beau, V. Simon, JC. Murat, JP. Soleilhavoup (2002) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
  2. Ambient BTEX and MTBE in the neighborhoods of different industrial parks in Southern Taiwan.
    LT. Hsieh, HH. Yang, HW. Chen (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Toxicity assessment of volatile organic compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in motorcycle exhaust.
    CT. Chang, BY. Chen (2008) J. Hazard. Mater.
  4. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
Aromatic Compounds CHEBI:33655 975.25 4
  1. Gas chromatographic determination of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes using flame ionization detector in water samples with direct aqueous injection up to 250 microl.
    R. Kubinec, J. Adamuscin, H. Jurdáková, M. Foltin, I. Ostrovský, A. Kraus, L. Soják (2005) J Chromatogr A
  2. Absorption of a mixture of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in aqueous solutions of soluble cutting oil.
    F. Lalanne, L. Malhautier, JC. Roux, JL. Fanlo (2008) Bioresour. Technol.
  3. Fate of aromatic hydrocarbons in Italian municipal wastewater systems: an overview of wastewater treatment using conventional activated-sludge processes (CASP) and membrane bioreactors (MBRs).
    F. Fatone, S. Di Fabio, D. Bolzonella, F. Cecchi (2011) Water Res.
  4. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
Butadiene 946.17 3
  1. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in urban atmosphere of Hong Kong.
    SC. Lee, MY. Chiu, KF. Ho, SC. Zou, X. Wang (2002) Chemosphere
  2. Response of a solid-liquid two-phase partitioning bioreactor to transient BTEX loadings.
    JV. Littlejohns, AJ. Daugulis (2008) Chemosphere
  3. The pollution characteristics of odor, volatile organochlorinated compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emitted from plastic waste recycling plants.
    CJ. Tsai, ML. Chen, KF. Chang, FK. Chang, IF. Mao (2009) Chemosphere
decane 944.0 3
  1. Sampling and determination of volatile organic compounds with needle trap devices.
    A. Wang, F. Fang, J. Pawliszyn (2005) J Chromatogr A
  2. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
  3. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Alkanes 884.54 3
  1. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
  2. Sampling and determination of volatile organic compounds with needle trap devices.
    A. Wang, F. Fang, J. Pawliszyn (2005) J Chromatogr A
  3. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
Metals, Heavy 942.79 2
  1. Kinetics of inhibition in the biodegradation of monoaromatic hydrocarbons in presence of heavy metals.
    L. Amor, C. Kennes, MC. Veiga (2001) Bioresour. Technol.
undecane 944.0 2
  1. Sampling and determination of volatile organic compounds with needle trap devices.
    A. Wang, F. Fang, J. Pawliszyn (2005) J Chromatogr A
  2. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
chlorobenzene 1000.0 2
  1. Volatile organic compounds cytotoxicity and expression of HSP72, HSP90 and GRP78 stress proteins in cultured human cells.
    F. Croute, J. Poinsot, Y. Gaubin, B. Beau, V. Simon, JC. Murat, JP. Soleilhavoup (2002) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
  2. Association of domestic exposure to volatile organic compounds with asthma in young children.
    K. Rumchev, J. Spickett, M. Bulsara, M. Phillips, S. Stick (2004) Thorax
Aluminum CHEBI:28984 971.25 2
  1. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  2. Uptake of toluene and ethylbenzene by plants: removal of volatile indoor air contaminants.
    W. Sriprapat, P. Suksabye, S. Areephak, P. Klantup, A. Waraha, A. Sawattan, P. Thiravetyan (2014) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
dibromochloromethane 1000.0 2
  1. Programmed temperature vaporizer based method for the sensitive determination of trihalomethanes and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes in soils.
    JL. Pavón, SH. Martín, CG. Pinto, BM. Cordero (2009) J Chromatogr A
bromoform CHEBI:38682 1000.0 2
  1. Programmed temperature vaporizer based method for the sensitive determination of trihalomethanes and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes in soils.
    JL. Pavón, SH. Martín, CG. Pinto, BM. Cordero (2009) J Chromatogr A
Trihalomethanes 1000.0 2
  1. Programmed temperature vaporizer based method for the sensitive determination of trihalomethanes and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes in soils.
    JL. Pavón, SH. Martín, CG. Pinto, BM. Cordero (2009) J Chromatogr A
4-chlorotoluene 1000.0 2
  1. Fate of aromatic hydrocarbons in Italian municipal wastewater systems: an overview of wastewater treatment using conventional activated-sludge processes (CASP) and membrane bioreactors (MBRs).
    F. Fatone, S. Di Fabio, D. Bolzonella, F. Cecchi (2011) Water Res.
Ozone 923.5 2
  1. BTEX decomposition by ozone in gaseous phase.
    M. Franco, I. Chairez, T. Poznyak, A. Poznyak (2012) J. Environ. Manage.
  2. Airways changes related to air pollution exposure in wheezing children.
    PC. Martins, J. Valente, AL. Papoila, I. Caires, J. Araújo-Martins, P. Mata, M. Lopes, S. Torres, J. Rosado-Pinto, C. Borrego, I. Annesi-Maesano, N. Neuparth (2012) Eur. Respir. J.
Carbon CHEBI:33415 885.0 2
  1. Kinetics of inhibition in the biodegradation of monoaromatic hydrocarbons in presence of heavy metals.
    L. Amor, C. Kennes, MC. Veiga (2001) Bioresour. Technol.
  2. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
acenaphthylene 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
indene 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
indan 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
benzothiophene 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Protium 1000.0 1
  1. Evaluation of the efficiency of an experimental biocover to reduce BTEX emissions from landfill biogas.
    A. Lakhouit, WN. Schirmer, TR. Johnson, H. Cabana, AR. Cabral (2014) Chemosphere
hopane 930.5 1
  1. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
phytane 1000.0 1
  1. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
tetrachloroethane 1000.0 1
  1. Characterization and source identification of hydrocarbons in water samples using multiple analytical techniques.
    Z. Wang, K. Li, M. Fingas, L. Sigouin, L. Ménard (2002) J Chromatogr A
Methacrylates 961.54 1
  1. Biofiltration of ethylbenzene vapours: influence of the packing material.
    FJ. Alvarez-Hornos, C. Gabaldón, V. Martínez-Soria, M. Martín, P. Marzal, JM. Penya-Roja (2008) Bioresour. Technol.
tetramethylsilane 1000.0 1
  1. Head-space, small-chamber and in-vehicle tests for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from air fresheners for the Korean market.
    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
pentadecane 1000.0 1
  1. Head-space, small-chamber and in-vehicle tests for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from air fresheners for the Korean market.
    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
hexamethylcyclotrisiloxane 1000.0 1
  1. Head-space, small-chamber and in-vehicle tests for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from air fresheners for the Korean market.
    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
Nitrogen gas 1000.0 1
  1. Biofiltration of ethylbenzene vapours: influence of the packing material.
    FJ. Alvarez-Hornos, C. Gabaldón, V. Martínez-Soria, M. Martín, P. Marzal, JM. Penya-Roja (2008) Bioresour. Technol.
n-dodecane 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated CHEBI:36683 980.0 1
  1. The pollution characteristics of odor, volatile organochlorinated compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emitted from plastic waste recycling plants.
    CJ. Tsai, ML. Chen, KF. Chang, FK. Chang, IF. Mao (2009) Chemosphere
Hytrel 930.5 1
  1. Response of a solid-liquid two-phase partitioning bioreactor to transient BTEX loadings.
    JV. Littlejohns, AJ. Daugulis (2008) Chemosphere
terephthalate 930.5 1
  1. Response of a solid-liquid two-phase partitioning bioreactor to transient BTEX loadings.
    JV. Littlejohns, AJ. Daugulis (2008) Chemosphere
Elvax 930.5 1
  1. Response of a solid-liquid two-phase partitioning bioreactor to transient BTEX loadings.
    JV. Littlejohns, AJ. Daugulis (2008) Chemosphere
Phenols CHEBI:33853 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Acetylene 1000.0 1
  1. Head-space, small-chamber and in-vehicle tests for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from air fresheners for the Korean market.
    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
octane 1000.0 1
  1. Sampling and determination of volatile organic compounds with needle trap devices.
    A. Wang, F. Fang, J. Pawliszyn (2005) J Chromatogr A
dimethyl sulfide 1000.0 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
dimethyl disulfide 1000.0 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
2-butene 951.0 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
Butene 945.0 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
2-methyl-1-hexene 832.85 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
Alkenes 1000.0 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
Cyclohexane 1000.0 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
Heptanes 937.5 1
  1. Biofiltration treatment of odors from municipal solid waste treatment plants.
    Q. Liu, M. Li, R. Chen, Z. Li, G. Qian, T. An, J. Fu, G. Sheng (2009) Waste Manag
Organic solvent product 847.83 1
  1. Blood miRNAs as sensitive and specific biological indicators of environmental and occupational exposure to volatile organic compound (VOC).
    MK. Song, JC. Ryu (2015) Int J Hyg Environ Health
Methylcyclopentane 1000.0 1
  1. Post-Hurricane Katrina passive sampling of ambient volatile organic compounds in the greater New Orleans area.
    KC. Chung, TH. Stock, LA. Smith, M. Afshar, XL. Liao, C. Stallings (2009) Environ. Res.
pentane 1000.0 1
  1. Post-Hurricane Katrina passive sampling of ambient volatile organic compounds in the greater New Orleans area.
    KC. Chung, TH. Stock, LA. Smith, M. Afshar, XL. Liao, C. Stallings (2009) Environ. Res.
Chrysenes CHEBI:51687 944.44 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
phenanthrene CHEBI:28851 1000.0 1
  1. Risk characterization of vapor intrusion in former manufactured gas plant sites.
    RB. DeHate, GT. Johnson, RD. Harbison (2011) Regul. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
nonanal 944.0 1
  1. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
Aldehydes CHEBI:17478 881.5 1
  1. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
Soot 936.0 1
  1. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
Water Specimen 955.79 1
  1. Gas chromatographic determination of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes using flame ionization detector in water samples with direct aqueous injection up to 250 microl.
    R. Kubinec, J. Adamuscin, H. Jurdáková, M. Foltin, I. Ostrovský, A. Kraus, L. Soják (2005) J Chromatogr A
WATER,DISTILLED 1000.0 1
  1. Combining membrane extraction with mobile gas chromatography for the field analysis of volatile organic compounds in contaminated waters.
    B. Hauser, P. Popp (2001) J Chromatogr A
Dichlorophenol 930.5 1
  1. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.
Polycyclic Hydrocarbons, Aromatic CHEBI:33848 546.99 1
  1. Dynamic modeling of biodegradation and volatilization of hazardous aromatic substances in aerobic bioreactor.
    I. Mozo, G. Lesage, J. Yin, Y. Bessiere, L. Barna, M. Sperandio (2012) Water Res.

Associated functions 25

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
Analyte 1000.0 4
  1. Head-space, small-chamber and in-vehicle tests for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from air fresheners for the Korean market.
    WK. Jo, JH. Lee, MK. Kim (2008) Chemosphere
  2. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  3. Investigation of partitioning mechanism for volatile organic compounds in a multiphase system.
    E. Starokozhev, K. Sieg, E. Fries, W. Püttmann (2011) Chemosphere
  4. Biomonitoring-based exposure assessment of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene among workers at petroleum distribution facilities.
    B. Heibati, KJ. Godri Pollitt, JY. Charati, A. Ducatman, M. Shokrzadeh, A. Karimi, M. Mohammadyan (2018) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Inspiration function 664.3 4
  1. Characteristics and health impacts of volatile organic compounds in photocopy centers.
    CW. Lee, YT. Dai, CH. Chien, DJ. Hsu (2006) Environ. Res.
  2. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  3. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
volatile substances 921.35 3
  1. Combining membrane extraction with mobile gas chromatography for the field analysis of volatile organic compounds in contaminated waters.
    B. Hauser, P. Popp (2001) J Chromatogr A
  2. Response of a solid-liquid two-phase partitioning bioreactor to transient BTEX loadings.
    JV. Littlejohns, AJ. Daugulis (2008) Chemosphere
  3. Uptake of toluene and ethylbenzene by plants: removal of volatile indoor air contaminants.
    W. Sriprapat, P. Suksabye, S. Areephak, P. Klantup, A. Waraha, A. Sawattan, P. Thiravetyan (2014) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Photosynthesis 963.25 2
  1. Uptake of toluene and ethylbenzene by plants: removal of volatile indoor air contaminants.
    W. Sriprapat, P. Suksabye, S. Areephak, P. Klantup, A. Waraha, A. Sawattan, P. Thiravetyan (2014) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Irritation 1000.0 2
  1. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
  2. Detection rates, trends in and factors affecting observed levels of selected volatile organic compounds in blood among US adolescents and adults.
    RB. Jain (2017) Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Adverse effects 975.25 2
  1. Ambient BTEX and MTBE in the neighborhoods of different industrial parks in Southern Taiwan.
    LT. Hsieh, HH. Yang, HW. Chen (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Risk factors for increased BTEX exposure in four Australian cities.
    AL. Hinwood, C. Rodriguez, T. Runnion, D. Farrar, F. Murray, A. Horton, D. Glass, V. Sheppeard, JW. Edwards, L. Denison, T. Whitworth, C. Eiser, M. Bulsara, RW. Gillett, J. Powell, S. Lawson, I. Weeks, I. Galbally (2007) Chemosphere
Gene Expression 903.33 2
  1. Identification of characteristic molecular signature for volatile organic compounds in peripheral blood of rat.
    JK. Kim, KH. Jung, JH. Noh, JW. Eun, HJ. Bae, HJ. Xie, JJ. Jang, JC. Ryu, WS. Park, JY. Lee, SW. Nam (2011) Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol.
Respiration 832.42 2
  1. Detection rates, trends in and factors affecting observed levels of selected volatile organic compounds in blood among US adolescents and adults.
    RB. Jain (2017) Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Olfactory Thresholds 975.0 1
  1. The pollution characteristics of odor, volatile organochlorinated compounds and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emitted from plastic waste recycling plants.
    CJ. Tsai, ML. Chen, KF. Chang, FK. Chang, IF. Mao (2009) Chemosphere
Dark Adaptation 1000.0 1
  1. Uptake of toluene and ethylbenzene by plants: removal of volatile indoor air contaminants.
    W. Sriprapat, P. Suksabye, S. Areephak, P. Klantup, A. Waraha, A. Sawattan, P. Thiravetyan (2014) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
Detergents 1000.0 1
  1. Toxic effects of individual and combined effects of BTEX on Euglena gracilis.
    C. Peng, JW. Lee, HT. Sichani, JC. Ng (2015) J. Hazard. Mater.
Hearing 1000.0 1
  1. Detection rates, trends in and factors affecting observed levels of selected volatile organic compounds in blood among US adolescents and adults.
    RB. Jain (2017) Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Urinary concentration 949.69 1
  1. Biomonitoring-based exposure assessment of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene among workers at petroleum distribution facilities.
    B. Heibati, KJ. Godri Pollitt, JY. Charati, A. Ducatman, M. Shokrzadeh, A. Karimi, M. Mohammadyan (2018) Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf.
o-xylene catabolism 984.32 1
  1. Kinetics of inhibition in the biodegradation of monoaromatic hydrocarbons in presence of heavy metals.
    L. Amor, C. Kennes, MC. Veiga (2001) Bioresour. Technol.
Cell Growth GO:0016049 1000.0 1
  1. Volatile organic compounds cytotoxicity and expression of HSP72, HSP90 and GRP78 stress proteins in cultured human cells.
    F. Croute, J. Poinsot, Y. Gaubin, B. Beau, V. Simon, JC. Murat, JP. Soleilhavoup (2002) Biochim. Biophys. Acta
Haematotoxicity 867.67 1
  1. Six interaction profiles for simple mixtures.
    HR. Pohl, N. Roney, S. Wilbur, H. Hansen, CT. De Rosa (2003) Chemosphere
Noise 944.0 1
  1. Volatile organic compounds in runners near a roadway: increased blood levels after short-duration exercise.
    C. Blair, J. Walls, NW. Davies, GA. Jacobson (2010) Br J Sports Med
Synthesis 936.0 1
  1. Detection rates, trends in and factors affecting observed levels of selected volatile organic compounds in blood among US adolescents and adults.
    RB. Jain (2017) Environ. Toxicol. Pharmacol.
Transcription, Genetic 767.41 1
  1. Identification of characteristic molecular signature for volatile organic compounds in peripheral blood of rat.
    JK. Kim, KH. Jung, JH. Noh, JW. Eun, HJ. Bae, HJ. Xie, JJ. Jang, JC. Ryu, WS. Park, JY. Lee, SW. Nam (2011) Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol.
Deterioration 950.5 1
  1. Airways changes related to air pollution exposure in wheezing children.
    PC. Martins, J. Valente, AL. Papoila, I. Caires, J. Araújo-Martins, P. Mata, M. Lopes, S. Torres, J. Rosado-Pinto, C. Borrego, I. Annesi-Maesano, N. Neuparth (2012) Eur. Respir. J.
Inflammation 937.25 1
  1. Airways changes related to air pollution exposure in wheezing children.
    PC. Martins, J. Valente, AL. Papoila, I. Caires, J. Araújo-Martins, P. Mata, M. Lopes, S. Torres, J. Rosado-Pinto, C. Borrego, I. Annesi-Maesano, N. Neuparth (2012) Eur. Respir. J.
Respiratory physiology 745.95 1
  1. Airways changes related to air pollution exposure in wheezing children.
    PC. Martins, J. Valente, AL. Papoila, I. Caires, J. Araújo-Martins, P. Mata, M. Lopes, S. Torres, J. Rosado-Pinto, C. Borrego, I. Annesi-Maesano, N. Neuparth (2012) Eur. Respir. J.
Drug Interactions 670.53 1
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    HR. Pohl, N. Roney, S. Wilbur, H. Hansen, CT. De Rosa (2003) Chemosphere
Adjudication 1000.0 1
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inhibitors 964.0 1
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Associated genes 1

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
CYP2E1 gene EntrezGene:1571 716.73 1
  1. CYP2E1 phenotype in Mexican workers occupationally exposed to low levels of toluene.
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Chemical Information

Formula C8H10
Mass 106.168
Synonyms ETHYLBENZENE
100-41-4
Phenylethane
Ethylbenzol
Benzene, ethyl-
Aethylbenzol
Ethylenzene
Ethyl benzene
Ethylbenzeen
Etilbenzene
Etylobenzen
alpha-Methyltoluene
Polyethylbenzene
NCI-C56393
Ethylbenzeen [Dutch]
Etylobenzen [Polish]
Aethylbenzol [German]
Etilbenzene [Italian]
UNII-L5I45M5G0O
CCRIS 916
HSDB 84
NSC 406903
ETHYL-BENZENE
EINECS 202-849-4
UN1175
AI3-09057
CHEMBL371561
L5I45M5G0O
EB
CHEBI:16101
YNQLUTRBYVCPMQ-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Benzene-d5, ethyl-d5-
Poly(ethylbenzene)
Ethylbenzene polymer
Ethylbenzene homopolymer
Benzene, ethyl-, benzylated
Benzene, ethyl-, homopolymer
1-ethylbenzene
benzene, ethenyl
Aromatic hydrocarbons, C12-20
Benzene-1,2,3,4,5-d5, 6-(ethyl-1,1,2,2,2-d5)-
PYJ
EINECS 272-685-6
EINECS 275-055-9
.alpha.-Methyltoluene
AC1L1OWG
DSSTox_CID_596
SYN
Ethylbenzene [UN1175] [Flammable liquid]
EC 202-849-4
DSSTox_RID_75679
DSSTox_GSID_20596
WLN: 2R
KSC175K4L
BIDD:ER0246
Ethylbenzene, 99% 100ml
ACMC-2097q0
ghl.PD_Mitscher_leg0.1024
QSPL 092
DTXSID3020596
CTK0H5545
Ethylbenzene, analytical standard
KS-00000WEA
Ethylbenzene, anhydrous, 99.8%
MolPort-016-899-218
ZINC968270
2-Phenylethane-1,1,1-triylradical
Tox21_201064
7890AF
ANW-14278
BDBM50167951
Ethylbenzene, ReagentPlus(R), 99%
LS-303
NSC406903
SBB040891
STL282714
AKOS000120140
MCULE-6974188032
NSC-406903
RP18867
UN 1175
NCGC00090768-01
NCGC00090768-02
NCGC00258617-01
27536-89-6
68908-88-3
70955-17-8
CAS-100-41-4
CJ-04647
Ethylbenzene 10 microg/mL in Cyclohexane
KB-51518
SC-65218
ZB015539
Ethylbenzene 100 microg/mL in Cyclohexane
Ethylbenzene [UN1175] [Flammable liquid]
TC-103023
2-Ethyl-2,5-cyclohexadiene-1,4-diylradical
E0064
FT-0626285
S0646
ST50214487
AZ0001-0011
5560-EP2269986A1
5560-EP2270011A1
5560-EP2274983A1
5560-EP2280005A1
5560-EP2284165A1
5560-EP2284178A2
5560-EP2284179A2
5560-EP2286811A1
5560-EP2289884A1
5560-EP2289965A1
5560-EP2292624A1
5560-EP2298743A1
5560-EP2298767A1
5560-EP2298828A1
5560-EP2301918A1
5560-EP2305642A2
5560-EP2305647A1
5560-EP2305648A1
5560-EP2305668A1
5560-EP2305672A1
5560-EP2305683A1
5560-EP2308858A1
5560-EP2308872A1
5560-EP2309584A1
5560-EP2311804A2
5560-EP2311816A1
5560-EP2311817A1
5560-EP2311829A1
5560-EP2311839A1
5560-EP2314558A1
5560-EP2314577A1
5560-EP2314589A1
5560-EP2316829A1
5560-EP2316837A1
5560-EP2380568A1
C07111
I01-7623
J-000128
J-521339
F0001-0016
Ethylbenzene, United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Reference Standard
InChI=1/C8H10/c1-2-8-6-4-3-5-7-8/h3-7H,2H2,1H
Ethylbenzene solution, certified reference material, 5000 mug/mL in methanol
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D)
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 10% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D)
Ethylbenzene, Pharmaceutical Secondary Standard
Certified Reference Material
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d ("100%", 99.96 atom % D)
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), NMR tube size 3 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), NMR tube size 8 mm x 7 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, chromium(III) acetylacetonate 0.1 mg/mL, NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, NMR tube size 10 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, NMR tube size 3 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in. , ultra-thin wall
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, NMR tube size 8 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.1% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.1 %
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 0.4% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom %), NMR tube size 3 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 10% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), NMR tube size 10 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 10% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), NMR tube size 3 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 10% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in. , ultra-thin wall
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 10% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 0.01 %, NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 5% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 1 %, NMR tube size 5 mm x 7 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 5% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 2 %, NMR tube size 3 mm x 8 in.
Ethylbenzene solution, NMR reference standard, 5% in chloroform-d (99.8 atom % D), TMS 2 %, NMR tube size 5 mm x 8 in.
N2B
PubChem CID 7500