Chemical Reports by CAS Number
CAS number is a unique registry numerical identifier appointed by the Chemical Abstracts Service. It is given to every chemical mentioned in the scientific literature. CAS registry database encloses a slew of different substances, for instance, inorganic/organic compounds, metals/alloys, isotopes, elements, minerals, polymers and others.
Every CAS number stands for only one substance and has no chemical significance. CAS number usually has up to 10 digits divided into three blocks by hyphens. CAS number commonly serves as a keyword while searching for information about any specific chemical.
The catalogue encompasses a great bulk of reports on chemicals having CAS number. The reports provide cutting-edge intelligence on the chemicals market covering the production volumes and capacities, consumption trends, price fluctuations, foreign trade dynamics and structure. The reports also unveil key patents and describe existing and emerging applications of chemicals as well as analyze the condition of the raw materials market. Each report contains brief general summary on every chemical, including its description and composition; data on handling, storage and transportation; hazards identification; toxicological & ecological issues. Moreover, future markets projections are of easy access in the reports on chemicals with CAS number.