Title Canada will not regulate 2-MBS
Source Other
Date 2017-11-30 AM 11:02:32 Hit 216
The Canadian government has decided that 2-MBS (benzenesulfonamide, 2-methyl) does not pose health or environmental risks, sufficient to warrant regulation under the country's environmental protection act (Cepa).
The substance is used primarily as an intermediate for fluorescent pigments and plasticiser resins, and as a plasticiser for hot-melt adhesives. It is also used as an ingredient in nail polish, and may be formed in small amounts during the manufacture of the food additive saccharin.
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