Alphabetic Index of OSHA Occupational Chemical Database - G

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OSHA Chemical Data Table
Chemical Name CAS # Analyte code (IMIS #) Synonyms
1303-00-0
  • 0260

gallium monoarsenide

GASOLINE 8006-61-9; 86290-81-5
  • 1340

motor fuel; motor spirits; natural gasoline; petrol [Note: A complex mixture of volatile hydrocarbons (paraffins; cycloparaffins & aromatics).]

GERMANIUM TETRAHYDRIDE 7782-65-2

germane; germanium hydride; germanomethane; monogermane [Note: Used chiefly for the production of high purity germanium for use in semiconductors.]

GLUTARALDEHYDE 111-30-8
  • 1361

glutaric dialdehyde; 1,5-pentanedial

56-81-5
  • 1363 (total); request using analyte code 9135
  • G115 (resp); request using analyte code 9130

glycerin (anhydrous); glycerol; glycyl alcohol; 1,2,3-propanetriol; trihydroxypropane

556-52-5
  • 1365
 

2,3-epoxy-1-propanol; epoxypropyl alcohol; glycide; hydroxymethyl ethylene oxide; 2-hydroxymethyl oxiran; 3-hydroxypropylene oxide

GLYOXAL 107-22-2

biformyl; ethanedial; 1,2-ethanedione; oxalaldehyde

GLYPHOSATE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT 38641-94-0
  • R106

Roundup®; glyphosate; 2-(p-chlorophenyl)phenylacetyl-1,3-indandione; N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine

NO CAS
  • G109 (total); request using analyte code 9135

[Note: Grain dust consists of 60-75% organic materials (cereal grains) & 25-40% inorganic materials (soil), and includes fertilizers, pesticides & microorganisms.]

7782-42-5
  • 9090 (resp); request using analyte code 9130

black lead; mineral carbon; plumbago; silver graphite; stove black [Note: Also see specific listing for Graphite (synthetic).]

7440-44-0
  • 1366 (total); request using analyte code 9135
  • G100 (resp); request using analyte code 9130
 

activated carbon [Note: Also see specific listing for Graphite (natural).]

GRAVIMETRIC DETERMINATION
  • G301
GYPSUM
13397-24-5
  • 1367 (total); request using analyte code 9135
  • G101 (resp); request using analyte code 9130

calcium(II) sulfate dihydrate; gypsum stone; hydrated calcium sulfate; mineral white

† indicates that exposure to the analyte is subject to an OSHA PEL (e.g., Table Z-1) or other OSHA regulatory limit.
‡ indicates that exposure to the analyte is regulated under an OSHA expanded standard.