Naphtha (petroleum), light alkylate

Agent Name
Naphtha (petroleum), light alkylate
CAS Number
Major Category
Other Classes
Light alkylate naphtha; Light alkylate naphtha (petroleum); Light alkylate naphtha distillate; Naphtha, petroleum, light alkylate; Naphtha, (petroleum), light alkylate; [ChemIDplus] Alkylate; Isoparaffins; LIGHT/HEARTCUT/MEDIUM ALKYLATE; NAFTA (PETROLIO), ISOMERIZZAZIONE; NAFTA (petrolio) - ISOMERIZZAZIONE; [IUCLID] Isopar E Fluid; Isopar C Fluid; [ExxonMobil MSDS] UN1268
Petroleum Distillates, Other
Colorless liquid with a mild petroleum odor; [ExxonMobil MSDS]
Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used in the fuel and petroleum refining industries; Used as a fuel, intermediate, and gasoline component; [IUCLID] Used as a solvent; [ExxonMobil MSDS]
TSCA Definition 2008: Obtained by distillation of the reaction products of isobutane with monoolefinic hydrocarbons and consisting of mainly branched chain saturated hydrocarbons with carbon numbers of C7 through C10 and boiling range of 90 deg C to 160 deg C; [ChemIDplus] Causes changes in liver and kidney weights in 13-week intermittent inhalation studies of rats; Causes changes in renal tubules in 4-week intermittent oral studies of rats; [RTECS] May cause irritation; Harmful by ingestion (may cause lung damage by aspiration); May cause CNS depression; [ExxonMobil MSDS]
Biomedical References

Exposure Assessment

Vapor Pressure
17.82 mm Hg
Lethal Concentration
LC50 (rat) > 5,040 mg/m3/4hr
Explanatory Notes
For TLV, see Appendix H: Reciprocal Calculation Method for Certain Refined Hydrocarbon Solvent Vapors; [TLVs and BEIs] The Guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook is for "Petroleum distillates, n.o.s."

Adverse Effects

Acute solvent syndrome
Hepatoxic (a) from occupational exposure (secondary effect) or (b) in animal studies or in humans after ingestion

Diseases, Processes, and Activities Linked to This Agent


Occupational diseases associated with exposure to this agent:


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