Di-n-octylphthalate (DNOP)

CAS ID#: 117-84-0

Affected Organ Systems: Hepatic (Liver)

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Chemical Classification: Phthalates

Summary: Di-n-octylphthalate is a colorless, odorless, oily liquid that doesn't evaporate easily. It is a man-made substance used to keep plastics soft or more flexible. This type of plastic can be used for medical tubing and blood storage bags, wire and cables, carpetback coating, floor tile, and adhesives. It is also used in cosmetics and pesticides.

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