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1 SRS Tech Note Gases measured by the BGA244 The BGA244 Binary Gas Analyzer can measure the ratio of gases in a two gas (binary) mixture. It does this by measuring the speed of sound in the gas and then calculating the ratio that would give that speed of sound. These calculations require over 40 different parameters to accurately characterize the behavior of each gas. The BGA244 Factory Gas Table contains this data for about 500 different gases. These include nearly all of the industrial gases, plus most hydrocarbons, refrigerants, specialty gases and semiconductor processing gases. In addition, there are hundreds of less commonly used gases. This large list of gases allows the BGA244 to make measurements on tens of thousands of different mixtures. Unlike most other measurement solutions, no customization or local span calibration is required for any gas combination. The Factory Gas Table is contained within the BGA244 s internal memory. Gases can be easily selected or changed at any time. This can be done directly with the BGA244 s touch screen LCD, with the provided BGAMon software or over any of the three computer interfaces. In the rare case that a gas isn t contained in the Factory Gas Table, the BGA244 supports user entered gases. This allows for a nearly unlimited number of gases that can be measured. See the BGA244 Manual for details on selecting gases from the Factory Gas Table or entering user gases. The complete BGA244 Factory Gas Table is listed starting on the following page. Gases are listed by order of increasing molecular weight. Each entry includes a preferred name, up to two alternate names, the Hill system formula, CAS Registry Number and molecular mass. Contact Visit our web site at for additional information. Or call us at to discuss your application. CAS Registry Number is a Registered Trademark of the American Chemical Society. Stanford Research Systems Tel: (408) Apr-17

2 Hydrogen, normal Normal hydrogen H n Hydrogen, ortho Ortho hydrogen H o Hydrogen, para Para hydrogen H p Hydrogen H Helium-3 He-3 He Deuterium hydride DH Helium Helium-4 He Deuterium D Methane R-50 Carbon tetrahydride CH Ammonia Nitrogen trihydride NH3 H3N Water Dihydrogen Monoxide H2O Hydrogen fluoride HF Heavy Water Deuterated Water D2O Neon Ne Ethyne Acetylene C2H Hydrogen cyanide CHN Diborane Boroethane B2H6 H6B Carbon monoxide Carbon oxide CO Nitrogen N Ethylene Dicarbene Ethene C2H Air, dry N2-O2-Ar Nitrogen oxide Nitrogen monoxide Nitric oxide NO Formaldehyde CH2O Ethane C2H Methanamine Amino Methylamine CH5N Oxygen O Methanol Methyl alcohol CH4O Hydrazine H4N Fluoro R-41 Methyl fluoride CH3F Hydrogen sulfide H2S Hydrogen chloride HCl Fluorine F Argon Ar ,2-Propadiene Allene Propadiene C3H Propyne Prop-1-yne Methyl acetylene C3H Acetonitrile C2H3N Propene Prop-1-ene Propylene C3H Cyclopropane Trimethylene C3H Ethyleneimine C2H5N Carbon dioxide R-744 Carbonyl oxide CO Dinitrogen monoxide R-744A Nitrous oxide N2O Acetaldehyde C2H4O Ethylene oxide C2H4O Propane Dimethyl C3H Formamide CH3NO N-Methylmethanamine N,N-Dimethylamine Dimethylamine C2H7N Ethanamine Aminoethane Ethylamine C2H7N Formic acid Methanoic acid CH2O Methoxy 1,1'-Oxybis Dimethyl ether C2H6O Ethanol Ethyl alcohol C2H6O Methylsilane CH6Si Ozone Triatomic oxygen O Fluoroethane R-161 Ethyl fluoride C2H5F Methanethiol Methylsulfide Methyl mercaptan CH4S Stanford Research Systems Page 2

3 Chloro R-40 Methyl chloride CH3Cl Difluoro R-32 methylene fluoride CH2F Cyanogen C2N Vinyl acetylene C4H Acrylonitrile C3H3N ,3-Butadiene Butadiene C4H Butyne Ethylacetylene But-1-yne C4H Dimethyl acetylene C4H ,2-Butadiene C4H ,2-Oxazole 1-oxa-2- azacyclopentadiene Isoxazole C3H3NO Propionitrile C3H5N Acrolein C3H4O Butene Butylene C4H Methyl-1-propene 2-Methylpropene Isobutene C4H Cyclobutane Tetramethylene C4H (2Z)-2-Butene cis-2-butene Z-2-Butene C4H (2E)-2-Butene E-2-butene trans-2-butene C4H Methyl Isocyanate C2H3NO Methyl vinyl ether C3H6O Propionaldehyde C3H6O Acetone dimethyl ketone 2-Propanone C3H6O Butane n-butane C4H Isobutane i-butane 2-Methylpropane C4H Acetamide C2H5NO Propanamine 1-Aminopropane n-propyl Amine C3H9N Propaneamine 2-Aminopropane Isopropyl amine C3H9N N,N-Dimethylmethanamine Trimethylamine C3H9N Methyl formate Methyl methanoate C2H4O Acetic acid C2H4O carbonyl sulfide carbon oxide sulfide COS Methoxyethane Methyl ethyl ether Methylethyl ether C3H8O Propanol Isopropyl alcohol Isopropanol C3H8O Propanol Propyl alcohol Propan-1-ol C3H8O Ethylenediamine C2H8N Dimethylsilane C2H8Si Nitro nitrocarbol CH3NO Ethylene glycol C2H6O Ethanethiol Thioethanol Ethyl mercaptan C2H6S Methylthio Thiobis Dimethyl sulfide C2H6S Vinyl chloride C2H3Cl ,1-Difluoroethene R-1132A 1,1-Difluoroethylene C2H2F Sulfur dioxide SO2 O2S Chloroethane 1-Chloroethane Ethyl chloride C2H5Cl ,2-Difluoroethane C2H4F ,1-Difluoroethane R-152a Algofrene 67 C2H4F Methyl -1-butene-3-yne C5H H-Pyrrole Azole Pyrrole C4H5N Furan 1,4-Epoxy-1,3- butadiene C4H4O Cyclopentene C5H Methyl-1-butyne C5H Methyl-1,2-butadiene C5H Pentyne Ethylmethylacetylene Pent-1-yne C5H Stanford Research Systems Page 3

4 2-Pentyne C5H Butyronitrile C4H7N Fluoroform R-23 Trifluoro CHF Pentene cis-pentene Pent-1-ene C5H Cyclopentane Pentamethylene C5H Methyl-2-butene 2-Methylbut-2-ene Amylene C5H Methyl-1-butene C5H Methyl-1-butene Methylethylethylene 3-Methylbut-1-ene C5H (2Z)-2-Pentene cis-2-pentene Z-2-Pentene C5H Chlorine Cl Nitrogen trifluoride F3N Acrylic acid C3H4O Trimethylaluminium TMA Aluminum trimethanide C3H9Al Tetrahydrofuran Butylene oxide Diethylene oxide C4H8O Butyraldehyde C4H8O Methylethyl ketone Butanone MEK C4H8O Neopentane Dimethylpropane 2,2-Dimethylpropane C5H Pentane n-pentane C5H Isopentane 2-Methyl butane C5H N,N-Dimethyl formamide C3H7NO N-Methyl acetamide C3H7NO N-Ethylethanamine N,N-Diethylamine Diethylamine C4H11N Butanamine C4H11N Methyl-1-propanamine Isopropylmethyl amine Isobutylamine C4H11N Ethyl formate Ethyl methanoate Ethyl ester of formic acid C3H6O Propionic acid C3H6O Methyl acetate Methyl ethanoate C3H6O Methylpropyl ether C4H10O Methylisopropyl ether C4H10O Ethoxyethane 1,1'-Oxybisethane Diethyl ether C4H10O Butanol Propylmethanol 1-Butyl alcohol C4H10O Methyl-2-propanol ter-butyl alcohol tert-butanol C4H10O Butanol Methyl-2-propanol sec-butanol C4H10O Methyl-1-propanol 2-Methylpropanol Isobutanol C4H10O Nitroethane C2H5NO ,2-Propylene glycol C3H8O Carbon disulfide CS Propyl mercaptan C3H8S Methylethyl sulfide C3H8S Propyl mercaptan C3H8S Germane GeH Arsine AsH3 H3As Benzene 1,3,5-Cyclohexatriene Cyclohex-1,3,5-triene C6H Dimethyl sulfoxide C2H6OS Chloropropane Propyl chloride C3H7Cl Chloropropane C3H7Cl Pyridine Azabenzene C5H5N Sulfur trioxide O3S Methylchlorosilane CH5ClSi Hydrogen bromide Bromane HBr BrH Methylfuran Methylfuran Sylvan C5H6O Cyclohexene C6H Stanford Research Systems Page 4

5 3-Methylcyclopentene C6H Hexyne C6H Methylcyclopentene C6H Hexyne C6H Hexyne C6H Krypton Kr ,1,1-Trifluoroethane R-143a Freon 143a C2H3F ,1,2-Trifluoroethane R-143 C2H3F Cyclopentanone C5H8O Thiophene Thiofuran C4H4S Cyclohexane C6H Hexene Hex-1-ene Hexene C6H Methylcyclopentane C6H Methyl-1-pentene 4-Methylpent-1-ene C6H Dichloro Methane dichloride Methylene chloride CH2Cl Vinyl acetate C4H6O Methacrylic acid C4H6O Methyl acrylate C4H6O Pentanone Pentan-2-one Methyl propyl ketone C5H10O Pentanal C5H10O Methyl-2-butanone 3-Methyl butanone Methyl isopropyl ketone C5H10O Pentanone Diethyl ketone Metacetone C5H10O Methylpentane 1,1-Dimethylbutane Isohexane C6H Hexane n-hexane C6H ,3-Dimethylbutane Diisopropyl Biisopropyl C6H ,2-Dimethylbutane Neohexane C6H Methylpentane C6H Chloro(difluoro) R-22 Chlorodifluoro CHClF Tetrafluoro R-14 carbon tetrafluoride CF Butyric acid C4H8O Propyl formate Propyl methanoate n-propyl methanoate C4H8O ,4-Dioxane C4H8O Ethyl acetate Acetic ester Ethyl ethanoate C4H8O Methyl propionate C4H8O Isobutyric acid C4H8O ,3-Dioxane C4H8O Methyl-1-butanol C5H12O Methyl tert-butyl ether MTBE tert-butyl methyl ether C5H12O Pentanol C5H12O Methylisobutyl ether C5H12O Ethylisopropyl ether C5H12O Methylbutyl ether C5H12O Ethylpropyl ether C5H12O Pentanol n-amyl alcohol Pentanol C5H12O Methyl-2-butanol tert-amyl Alcohol 2-Methylbutan-2-ol C5H12O Tetrahydrothiophene C4H8S Oxalic acid C2H2O ,3-Butanediol C4H10O ,1-Dimethoxyethane C4H10O ,2-Butanediol C4H10O Butyl mercaptan C4H10S Methylisopropyl sulfide C4H10S Diethyl sulfide ethyl sulfide 1,1-Thiobisethane C4H10S Stanford Research Systems Page 5

6 Methylpropyl sulfide C4H10S sec-butyl mercaptan C4H10S Methylbenzene Toluene C7H Chlorobutane 1-Methylpropyl chloride sec-butyl chloride C4H9Cl Methylpyridine 4-Methylazine 4-Picoline C6H7N Methylpyridine 3-Mepy 3-Picoline C6H7N Methylpyridine 2-Picoline C6H7N Aniline 1-Aminobenzene Benzenamine C6H7N Phenol Benzenol Hydroxybenzene C6H6O Dimethyl disulfide C2H6S Bromo CH3Br Dimethylzinc Zinc dimethanide DMZn C2H6Zn Fluorobenzene C6H5F Heptyne C7H Cyclohexanone C6H10O Methylcyclohexane C7H Ethylcyclopentane C7H Heptene Heptylene Hept-1-ene C7H (1R,3R)-1,3-1,trans-3- trans-1,3- Dimethylcyclopentane Dimethylcyclopentane Dimethylcyclopentane C7H (1R,3S)-1,3- cis-1,3- Dimethylcyclopentane Dimethylcyclopentane C7H ,2-Dichloroethane 1,2-DCE 1,2-Ethylene dichloride C2H4Cl ,1-Dichloroethane 1,1-DCE C2H4Cl Tetrafluoroethene 1,1,2,2- Tetrafluoroethylene Perfluoroethylene C2F Methyl methacrylate C5H8O Methylisobutyl ketone C6H12O Cyclohexanol Cyclohexyl Alcohol 1-Cyclohexanol C6H12O Ethylisopropyl ketone C6H12O Hexanone Hexan-3-one C6H12O Hexanone Butyl methyl ketone Hexan-2-one C6H12O Hexanal C6H12O ,4-Dimethylpentane Diisopropyl C7H Heptane n-heptane C7H ,2,3-Trimethylbutane Triptane Pentamethylethane C7H ,3-Dimethylpentane C7H ,3-Dimethylpentane Ethylisopropylmethyl C7H Methylhexane 2-Ethylpentane C7H ,2-Dimethylpentane C7H Methylhexane Isoheptane C7H Ethylpentane C7H Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane R-142b 1,1-Difluoro-1- chloroethane C2H3ClF Di-isopropyl amine C6H15N N,N-Diethylethanamine TEA Triethylamine C6H15N Dipropyl amine C6H15N ,1,2,2-Tetrafluoroethane R-134 a,w-dihydro perfluoroethane C2H2F ,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane R-134a Tetrafluoroethane C2H2F Acetic anhydride C4H6O Ethyl propionate C5H10O Stanford Research Systems Page 6

7 Pentanoic acid C5H10O Propyl acetate Propyl ethanoate n-propyl ethanoate C5H10O Methylbutanoic acid C5H10O Methyl butyrate C5H10O Di-isopropyl ether C6H14O Hexanol Caproic alcohol Hexyl alcohol C6H14O Hexanol C6H14O Methyl pentyl ether C6H14O Dichloro(fluoro) R-21 Dichlorofluoro CHCl2F Benzonitrile C7H5N Malonic acid C3H4O Silicon tetrafluoride SiF4 F4Si ,2-Dimethoxypropane C5H12O Styrene C8H Pentyl mercaptan C5H12S Pentyl mercaptan C5H12S Methylbutyl sulfide C5H12S Chloro(trifluoro) R-13 Trifluorochloro CClF Diethanol amine C4H11NO Ethylbenzene C8H p-xylene 1,4-Xylene 1,4-Dimethylbenzene C8H m-xylene 1,3-Xylene 1,3-Dimethylbenzene C8H o-xylene ortho-xylene 1,2-Dimethylbenzene C8H ,4-Dimethylpyridine 2,4-Lutidine C7H9N ,6-Dimethylpyridine 2,6-Lutidine C7H9N ,4-Dimethylpyridine 3,4-Lutidine C7H9N ,3-Dimethylpyridine 2,3-Lutidine C7H9N ,5-Dimethylpyridine 2,5-Lutidine 5-methyl-2- methylpyridine C7H9N ,5-Dimethylpyridine 3,5-Lutidine C7H9N Sulfur tetrafluoride Tetrafluoro-λ4- sulfane SF4 F4S Quinone C6H4O Benzyl alcohol C7H8O Anisole C7H8O p-cresol 4-Methylphenol 4-Hydroxytoluene C7H8O m-cresol 3-Methylphenol 1-Hydroxy-3- methylbenzene C7H8O o-cresol 2-Methylphenol 2-Hydroxytoluene C7H8O Bromoethane C2H5Br Benzenethiol C6H6S Octyne C8H cis-1,2-dimethylcyclohexane C8H Octene Octene C8H Ethylcyclohexane C8H ,1-Dimethylcyclohexane C8H trans-1,2- Dimethylcyclohexane C8H Cyclooctane C8H Chlorobenzene Phenyl chloride Benzyl chloride C6H5Cl ,2-Dichloropropane Propylene dichloride C3H6Cl ,1-Dichloropropane C3H6Cl Heptanone C7H14O Stanford Research Systems Page 7

8 2-Heptanone C7H14O Heptanal C7H14O Di-isopropyl ketone C7H14O Methylcyclohexanol C7H14O trans-2-methylcyclohexanol C7H14O cis-2-methylcyclohexanol C7H14O Octane n-octane C8H ,2,4-Trimethylpentane Isooctane (trimethylpentane) C8H ,3,3-Trimethylpentane C8H ,3-Dimethylhexane C8H ,2,3-Trimethylpentane C8H ,4-Dimethylhexane C8H ,3-Dimethylhexane C8H ,4-Dimethylhexane C8H Methylheptane C8H ,2-Dimethylhexane C8H ,5-Dimethylhexane Diisobutane C8H Methylheptane i-octane Isooctane (methylheptane) C8H ,2,3,3-Tetramethylbutane Hexamethylethane C8H Ethyl-2-methylpentane 2-Methyl-3- ethylpentane C8H Ethylhexane C8H Trimethylgallium TMGa Me3Ga C3H9Ga Methyldichlorosilane CH4Cl2Si Ethyl butyrate C6H12O Butyl acetate C6H12O Hexanoic acid C6H12O Ethyl butanoic acid C6H12O Heptanol 1-Hydroxyheptane Heptan-1-ol C7H16O Heptanol C7H16O Cyclohexyl mercaptan C6H12S ,1-Dichloro-1-fluoroethane R-141b Dichlorofluoroethane C2H3Cl2F Succinic acid C4H6O Ethyl (2S)-2- hydroxypropanoate Ethyl lactate C5H10O alpha-methyl styrene C9H Hexyl mercaptan C6H14S Phenyl isocyanate C7H5NO Chloroform R-20 Trichloro CHCl ,1,1,2,2-Pentafluoroethane R-125 Pentafluoroethane C2HF Propylbenzene n-propylbenzene C9H ,2,3-Trimethylbenzene Trimethylbenzene C9H ,2,4-Trimethylbenzene pseudocumene Pseudocumene C9H methylethyl benzene 2-Phenylpropane Cumene C9H Mesitylene Sym- Trimethylbenzene 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene C9H Ethyl-4-methylbenzene 1,4- Methylethylbenzene 4-Ethyltoluene C9H Dichloro(difluoro) R-12 Dichlorodifluoro CCl2F Benzamide C7H7NO Benzoic acid C7H6O Stanford Research Systems Page 8

9 2,4-Dimethylphenol 2,4-Xylenol C8H10O ,5-Dimethylphenol 1,3,5-Xylenol 3,5-Xylenol C8H10O Ethylphenol p-ethylphenol 4-Hydroxyethylbenzene C8H10O ,3-Dimethylphenol 1-Hydroxy-2,3- dimethylbenzene Xylenol C8H10O ,6-Dimethylphenol 1-Hydroxy-2,6- dimethylbenzene 2,6-Xylenol C8H10O Ethylphenol 3-Ethylbenzolol 1-Hydroxy-3- ethylbenzene C8H10O Ethylphenol 2-Ethylphenyl alcohol 1-Hydroxy-2- ethylbenzene C8H10O ,4-Dimethylphenol 1,2-Dimethyl-4- hydroxybenzene 3,4-Xylenol C8H10O ,5-Dimethylphenol 2,5-Dimethylbenzolol 1,2,5-Xylenol C8H10O Propenylcyclohexene C9H Benzyl mercaptan C7H8S Nonyne C9H Nonene Non-1-ene C9H Hydrogen iodide Iodane Hydroiodic acid HI Naphthalene C10H Octanone C8H16O Octanone C8H16O Octanal C8H16O Nonane n-nonane C9H ,2,4,4-Tetramethylpentane Di-tert-butyl C9H ,2,3,4-Tetramethylpentane C9H ,3,3,4-Tetramethylpentane C9H Methyloctane Isononane C9H Heptanoic acid C7H14O Octanol Capyrl alcohol 1-Octyl alcohol C8H18O Octanol C8H18O Dibutyl ether C8H18O Ethylhexyl ether C8H18O Bromo(difluoro) Bromodifluoro Difluorobromo CHBrF Xenon Xe ,2,3,4- Tetrahydronaphthalene C10H Heptyl mercaptan C7H16S ,1,2-Trichloroethane C2H3Cl ,1,2,2,3- pentafluoropropane R-245ca C3H3F ,1,1,3,3- pentafluoropropane R-245fa C3H3F Butylbenzene n-butylbenzene Butyl benzene C10H ,4-Diethylbenzene para-diethylbenzene p-diethylbenzene C10H ,2,4,5-Tetramethylbenzene Durene C10H Trichlorosilane SiHCl3 HCl3Si Methyl benzoate C8H8O Benzyl ethyl ether C9H12O Chloro-1,1,1,2-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoro-2- R-124 tetrafluoroethane chloroethane C2HClF Chloro-1,1,2,2- tetrafluoroethane R-124a 1,1,2,2-Tetrafluoro chloroethane C2HClF Stanford Research Systems Page 9

10 Trichloro(fluoro) R-11 Trichlorofluoro CCl3F Hexafluoroethane R-116 Perfluoroethane C2F Decyne C10H cis-decahydronaphthalene (4as,8as)Decahydro naphthalene cis-decalin C10H trans- (4ar,8ar)-Decahydro Decahydronaphthalene naphthalene trans-decalin C10H Decene Dec-1-ene Decylene C10H ,2,5-Trimethylheptane C10H Methylnaphthalene Methyl-1- naphthalene C11H Nonanal C9H18O ,2,3,3-Tetramethylhexane C10H ,3,5-Trimethylheptane C10H Decane n-decane C10H Dihydrogen hexafluorosilicate Hexafluorosilicic acid SiF6 H2F6Si Octanoic acid C8H16O Ethyl hexanoic acid C8H16O Nonanol Nonylol Nonyl alcohol C9H20O Nonanol C9H20O Sulfur hexafluoride Hexafluoro-λ6-sulfane SF6 F6S Octyl mercaptan C8H18S p-dichlorobenzene C6H4Cl m-dichlorobenzene C6H4Cl o-dichlorobenzene C6H4Cl ,1,1,3,3-pentafluorobutane R-365mfc C4H5F Phthalic anhydride C8H4O Bromo(trifluoro) R-13B1 CFC 13B1 CBrF Ethyl benzoate C9H10O ,1,1,2,3,3- hexafluoropropane R-236ea C3H2F ,1,1,3,3,3- hexafluoropropane R-236fa C3H2F ,2-Dichloro-1,1,1- Dichlorotrifluoromethyl R-123 trifluoroethane C2HCl2F Phosphoric trichloride Phosphoryl chloride Phosphorus oxychloride Cl3OP Tetrachloro R-10 Carbon tetrachloride CCl Biphenyl 1,1'-Biphenyl Phenylbenzene C12H Chloro-1,1,2,2,2-1-Chloropenta R-115 C2ClF pentafluoroethane fluoroethane 6 Di-1,3-cyclopentadien-1-yl Bis(cyclopentadienyl) magnesium magnesium Cp2Mg C10H10Mg Decanal C10H20O Undecane C11H Triethylgallium TeGa C6H15Ga Bromobenzene C6H5Br Nonanoic acid C9H18O Methyloctanoic acid C9H18O Decanol 1-Hydroxydecane Decan-1-ol C10H22O Bromine Br Trimethylindium TMI C3H9In Stanford Research Systems Page 10

11 Nonyl mercaptan C9H20S Vinyl trichlorosilane C2H3Cl3Si ,3,5-Triethylbenzene C12H Ethyltrichlorosilane C2H5Cl3Si Bromo(chloro)difluorometha Chlorobromo R-12B1 ne difluoro CBrClF Terephthalic acid C8H6O ,2,3,4,5- Pentafluorobenzene Pentafluorobenzene C6HF Tetrachlorosilane Silicon tetrachloride SiCl4 Cl4Si ,1,1,2,3,3,3- heptafluoropropane R-227ea C3HF Diphenyl ether C12H10O Dodecane n-dodecane C12H ,1-Dichloro-1,2,2,2- Dichlorotetrafluro R-114a tetrafluoroethane ethane C2Cl2F ,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,2- tetrafluoroethane R-114 Cryofluorane C2Cl2F Decanoic acid C10H20O Undecanol C11H24O Dibromo CH2Br Decyl mercaptan C10H22S Phenanthrene C14H Anthracene C14H Benzophenone C13H10O Tridecane n-tridecane C13H Hexafluorobenzene Perfluorobenzene C6F Dodecanol 1-Hydroxydodecane Dodecan-1-ol C12H26O ,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2- trifluoroethane R-113 Daiflon 113 C2Cl3F ,2-Dibromoethane Ethylene dibromide C2H4Br ,1-Dibromoethane C2H4Br Octafluoropropane R-218 2,2-Dihydroper fluoropropane C3F Dimethyl terephthalate C10H10O Dimethyl phthalate C10H10O trifluoroiodo trifluoroiodo CF3I Tetradecane n-tetradecane C14H Octafluorocyclobutane C4F Chloro-2,3,4,5,6- Perfluorochloro Chloropentafluoro pentafluorobenzene benzene benzene C6ClF Tetraethyl orthosilicate TEOS Silicic acid C8H20O4Si Dibromo(difluoro) R-12B2 Dibromodifluoro CBr2F Pentadecane n-pentadecane C15H ,3,5-Trinitrobenzene C6H3N3O Tetrachlorogermane Germanium chloride GeCl4 Cl4Ge Radon Rn Tetrakis(dimethylamido)tita nium(iv) TDMAT [(CH3)2N]4Ti C8H24N4Ti Hexadecane n-hexadecane Cetane C16H ,4,6-Trinitrotoluene C7H5N3O o-terphenyl C18H perfluorobutane decafluorobutane C4F Stanford Research Systems Page 11

12 Heptadecane C17H Octadecane n-octadecane C18H Nonadecane C19H Eicosane C20H Dodecafluoropentane Perfluoro-n-pentane Perflenapent C5F Tungsten hexafluoride Tungsten(VI) fluoride WF6 F6W Tetrabromo Carbon tetrabromide CBr Tetrakis(diethylamido)titaniu m(iv) TDEAT [(C2H5)2N]4Ti C16H40N4T i Tetradecafluorohexane n-tetradecafluoro hexane Perfluorohexane C6F Tetrabromosilane Silicon tetrabromide Br4Si Hexadecafluoroheptane Perfluoroheptane C7F Octadecafluorooctane Perfluorooctane C8F Icosafluorononane Perfluorononane Eicosafluorononane C9F Docosafluorodecane Perfluorodecane C10F Stanford Research Systems Page 12

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