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MSC 90/28/Add.4ANNEX 4RESOLUTION MSC.328(90) – ADOPTION OF AMENDMENTS TO THEINTERNATIONAL MARITIME DANGEROUS GOODS (IMDG) CODE(amendment 36-12)Annex 3Index


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ACETAL – 3 1088ACETALDEHYDE – 3 1089ACETALDEHYDE AMMONIA – 9 1841Acetaldehyde diethyl acetal, see – 3 1088ACETALDEHYDE OXIME – 3 2332Acetaldol, see – 6.1 2839beta-Acetaldoxime, see – 3 2332ACETIC ACID, GLACIAL – 8 2789ACETIC ACID SOLUTION more than 10% and less than 50% acid,by massACETIC ACID SOLUTION not less than 50% but no more than 80%acid, by mass– 8 2790- 8 2790ACETIC ACID SOLUTION more than 80% acid, by mass – 8 2789Acetic aldehyde, see – 3 1089ACETIC ANHYDRIDE – 8 1715Acetic oxide, see – 8 1715Acetoin, see – 3 2621ACETONE – 3 1090ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN, STABILIZED P 6.1 1541Acetone hexafluoride, see – 2.3 2420ACETONE OILS – 3 1091Acetone–pyrogallol copolymer 2-diazo-1-naphthol-5-sulphonate – 4.1 3228ACETONE SOLUTIONS – 3 1090ACETONITRILE – 3 16483-Acetoxypropene, see – 3 2333Acetylacetone, see – 3 2310Acetyl acetone peroxide (concentration ≤32%, as a paste), see – 5.2 3106Acetyl acetone peroxide (concentration ≤42%, with diluent Type A, andwater, available oxygen ≤4.7%), see– 5.2 3105ACETYL BROMIDE – 8 1716ACETYL CHLORIDE – 3 1717Acetyl cyclohexanesulphonyl peroxide(concentration ≤32%, with diluent Type B), seeAcetyl cyclohexanesulphonyl peroxide(concentration ≤82%, with water), see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3112Acetylene dichloride, see – 3 1150ACETYLENE, DISSOLVED – 2.1 1001Acetylene, ethylene and propylene mixtures, refrigerated liquid, see – 2.1 3138ACETYLENE, SOLVENT FREE – 2.1 3374Acetylene tetrabromide, see P 6.1 2504Acetylene tetrachloride, see P 6.1 1702ACETYL IODIDE – 8 1898Acetyl ketene, stabilized, see – 6.1 2521ACETYL METHYL CARBINOL – 3 2621Acid butyl phosphate, see – 8 1718IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)5


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Acid mixture, hydrofluoric and sulphuric, see – 8 1786Acid mixture, nitrating acid, see – 8 1796Acid mixture, spent, nitrating acid, see – 8 1826Acraldehyde, stabilized, see P 6.1 1092ACRIDINE – 6.1 2713Acroleic acid, stabilized, see – 8 2218Acrolein diethyl acetal, see – 3 2374ACROLEIN DIMER, STABILIZED – 3 2607ACROLEIN, STABILIZED P 6.1 1092ACRYLAMIDE, SOLID – 6.1 2074ACRYLAMIDE SOLUTION – 6.1 3426Acrylic acid isobutyl ester, stabilized, see – 3 2527ACRYLIC ACID, STABILIZED – 8 2218Acrylic aldehyde, stabilized, see P 6.1 1092ACRYLONITRILE, STABILIZED – 3 1093Actinolite, see – 9 2590Activated carbon, see – 4.2 1362Activated charcoal, see – 4.2 1362ADHESIVES containing flammable liquid – 3 1133ADIPONITRILE – 6.1 2205Aeroplane flares, see FLARES, AERIAL – – –AEROSOLS – 2 1950AGENT, BLASTING, TYPE B – 1.5D 0331AGENT, BLASTING, TYPE E – 1.5D 0332AIR BAG INFLATORS – 1.4G 0503AIR BAG INFLATORS – 9 3268AIR BAG MODULES – 1.4G 0503AIR BAG MODULES – 9 3268AIR, COMPRESSED – 2.2 1002AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT FUEL TANK(containing a mixture of anhydrous hydrazine and methylhydrazine)– 3 3165AIR, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 1003ALCOHOLATES SOLUTION, N.O.S. in alcohol – 3 3274Alcohol C 12 –C 16 poly(1–6)ethoxylate, see P 9 3082Alcohol C 6 –C 17 (secondary) poly(3–6)ethoxylate, see P 9 3082ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, with more than 24% but not more than 70%alcohol by volume– 3 3065ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, with more than 70% alcohol by volume – 3 3065ALCOHOLS, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 1986ALCOHOLS, N.O.S. – 3 1987ALDEHYDES, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 1988ALDEHYDES, N.O.S. – 3 1989Aldicarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –ALDOL – 6.1 28396 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Aldrin, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –ALKALI METAL ALCOHOLATES, SELF-HEATING, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 4.2 3206ALKALI METAL ALLOY, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 4.3 1421ALKALI METAL AMALGAM, LIQUID – 4.3 1389ALKALI METAL AMALGAM, SOLID – 4.3 3401ALKALI METAL AMIDE – 4.3 1390ALKALI METAL DISPERSION – 4.3 1391ALKALI METAL DISPERSION, FLAMMABLE – 4.3 3482Alkaline caustic liquid, N.O.S., see – 8 1719ALKALINE EARTH METAL ALCOHOLATES, N.O.S. – 4.2 3205ALKALINE EARTH METAL ALLOY, N.O.S. – 4.3 1393ALKALINE EARTH METAL AMALGAM, LIQUID – 4.3 1392ALKALINE EARTH METAL AMALGAM, SOLID – 4.3 3402ALKALINE EARTH METAL DISPERSION – 4.3 1391ALKALINE EARTH METAL DISPERSION, FLAMMABLE – 4.3 3482ALKALOIDS, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3140ALKALOIDS SALTS, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3140ALKALOIDS SALTS, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 1544ALKALOIDS, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 1544Alkyl benzenesulphonates, branched and straight-chain(excluding C 11 –C 13 branched and straight-chain homologues), seeP 9 3082Alkyl(C 12 –C 14 )dimethylamine, see Note 1 P – –Alkyl (C 7 –C 9 ) nitrates, see Note 1 P – –ALKYLPHENOLS, LIQUID, N.O.S. (including C 2 –C 12 homologues) – 8 3145ALKYLPHENOLS, SOLID, N.O.S. (including C 2 –C 12 homologues) – 8 2430ALKYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, LIQUID with more than 5%free sulphuric acidALKYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, LIQUID with not more than 5%free sulphuric acidALKYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, SOLID with more than 5%free sulphuric acidALKYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, SOLID with not more than 5%free sulphuric acid– 8 2584– 8 2586– 8 2583– 8 2585ALKYLSULPHURIC ACIDS – 8 2571Allene, stabilized, see – 2.1 2200ALLYL ACETATE – 3 2333ALLYL ALCOHOL – 6.1 1098ALLYLAMINE – 6.1 2334ALLYL BROMIDE P 3 1099ALLYL CHLORIDE – 3 1100Allyl chlorocarbonate, see – 6.1 1722ALLYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 1722ALLYL ETHYL ETHER – 3 2335ALLYL FORMATE – 3 2336ALLYL GLYCIDYL ETHER – 3 2219IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)7


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ALLYL IODIDE – 3 1723ALLYL ISOTHIOCYANATE, STABILIZED – 6.1 1545Allyl mustard oil, stabilized, see – 6.1 1545ALLYLTRICHLOROSILANE, STABILIZED – 8 1724Aluminium alkyls, see – 4.2 3394Aluminium alkyl halides, liquid, see – 4.2 3394Aluminium alkyl halides, solid, see – 4.2 3393Aluminium alkyl hydrides, see – 4.2 3394ALUMINIUM BOROHYDRIDE – 4.2 2870ALUMINIUM BOROHYDRIDE IN DEVICES – 4.2 2870ALUMINIUM BROMIDE, ANHYDROUS – 8 1725ALUMINIUM BROMIDE SOLUTION – 8 2580ALUMINIUM CARBIDE – 4.3 1394ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS – 8 1726ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION – 8 2581Aluminium dross, see – 4.3 3170ALUMINIUM FERROSILICON POWDER – 4.3 1395ALUMINIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 2463ALUMINIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1438ALUMINIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 1397ALUMINIUM PHOSPHIDE PESTICIDE – 6.1 3048ALUMINIUM POWDER, COATED – 4.1 1309Aluminium powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383ALUMINIUM POWDER, UNCOATED – 4.3 1396ALUMINIUM REMELTING BY-PRODUCTS – 4.3 3170Aluminium residues, see – 4.3 3170ALUMINIUM RESINATE – 4.1 2715ALUMINIUM SILICON POWDER, UNCOATED – 4.3 1398Aluminium skimmings, see – 4.3 3170ALUMINIUM SMELTING BY-PRODUCTS – 4.3 3170Amatols, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE B – – –AMINES, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 3 2733AMINES, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 8 2734AMINES, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 2735AMINES, SOLID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 32591-Amino-3-aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexane, see – 8 2289ortho-Aminoanisole, see – 6.1 2431Aminobenzene, see – 6.1 15472-Aminobenzotrifluoride, see – 6.1 29423-Aminobenzotrifluoride, see – 6.1 29481-Aminobutane, see – 3 1125Aminocarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –2-AMINO-4-CHLOROPHENOL – 6.1 26738 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Ammonium chlorate solution (transport prohibited) – – –Ammonium chlorite (transport prohibited) – – –AMMONIUM DICHROMATE – 5.1 1439AMMONIUM DINITRO-o-CRESOLATE, SOLID P 6.1 1843AMMONIUM DINITRO-o-CRESOLATE SOLUTION P 6.1 3424AMMONIUM FLUORIDE – 6.1 2505AMMONIUM FLUOROSILICATE – 6.1 2854Ammonium hexafluorosilicate, see – 6.1 2854AMMONIUM HYDROGENDIFLUORIDE, SOLID – 8 1727AMMONIUM HYDROGENDIFLUORIDE SOLUTION – 8 2817AMMONIUM HYDROGEN SULPHATE – 8 2506Ammonium hypochlorite (transport prohibited) – – –AMMONIUM METAVANADATE – 6.1 2859AMMONIUM NITRATE BASED FERTILIZER – 5.1 2067AMMONIUM NITRATE BASED FERTILIZER – 9 2071AMMONIUM NITRATE EMULSION intermediate for blasting explosives – 5.1 3375AMMONIUM NITRATE GEL intermediate for blasting explosives – 5.1 3375AMMONIUM NITRATE liable to self-heating sufficient to initiatedecomposition (transport prohibited)– – –AMMONIUM NITRATE, LIQUID (hot concentrated solution) – 5.1 2426AMMONIUM NITRATE SUSPENSION intermediate for blastingexplosivesAMMONIUM NITRATE with more than 0.2% combustible substances,including any organic substance calculated as carbon to the exclusionof any other added substanceAMMONIUM NITRATE with not more than 0.2% total combustiblematerial, including any organic substance calculated as carbonto the exclusion of any other added substance– 5.1 3375– 1.1D 0222– 5.1 1942Ammonium nitrite (transport prohibited) – – –AMMONIUM PERCHLORATE – 1.1D 0402AMMONIUM PERCHLORATE – 5.1 1442Ammonium permanganate (transport prohibited) – – –Ammonium permanganate solution (transport prohibited) – – –AMMONIUM PERSULPHATE – 5.1 1444AMMONIUM PICRATE dry or wetted with less than 10% water,by massAMMONIUM PICRATE, WETTED with not less than 10% water,by mass– 1.1D 0004– 4.1 1310AMMONIUM POLYSULPHIDE SOLUTION – 8 2818AMMONIUM POLYVANADATE – 6.1 2861Ammonium silicofluoride, see – 6.1 2854AMMONIUM SULPHIDE SOLUTION – 8 2683Ammonium vanadate, see – 6.1 2859Ammunition, blank, see CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK – – –Ammunition, fixed, semi-fixed or separate loading, see CARTRIDGESFOR WEAPONS, with bursting charge– – –10 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING with or without burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeAMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING with or without burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeAMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING with or without burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeAMMUNITION, INCENDIARY liquid or gel, with burster, expellingcharge or propelling chargeAmmunition, incendiary (water-activated contrivances) with burster,expelling charge or propelling charge, see CONTRIVANCES,WATER-ACTIVATEDAMMUNITION, INCENDIARY, WHITE PHOSPHORUS with burster,expelling charge or propelling chargeAMMUNITION, INCENDIARY, WHITE PHOSPHORUS with burster,expelling charge or propelling chargeAMMUNITION, INCENDIARY with or without burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeAMMUNITION, INCENDIARY with or without burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeAMMUNITION, INCENDIARY with or without burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeAmmunition, industrial, see CARTRIDGES, OIL WELL andCARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE– 1.2G 0171– 1.3G 0254– 1.4G 0297– 1.3J 0247– – –– 1.2H 0243– 1.3H 0244– 1.2G 0009– 1.3G 0010– 1.4G 0300– – –Ammunition, lachrymatory, see AMMUNITION, TEAR-PRODUCING – – –AMMUNITION, PRACTICE – 1.3G 0488AMMUNITION, PRACTICE – 1.4G 0362AMMUNITION, PROOF – 1.4G 0363Ammunition, smoke (water-activated contrivances), seeCONTRIVANCES, WATER-ACTIVATEDAMMUNITION, SMOKE, WHITE PHOSPHORUS with burster,expelling charge or propelling chargeAMMUNITION, SMOKE, WHITE PHOSPHORUS with burster,expelling charge or propelling chargeAMMUNITION, SMOKE with or without burster, expelling charge orpropelling chargeAMMUNITION, SMOKE with or without burster, expelling charge orpropelling chargeAMMUNITION, SMOKE with or without burster, expelling charge orpropelling chargeAmmunition, sporting, see CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, INERTPROJECTILEAMMUNITION, TEAR-PRODUCING, NON-EXPLOSIVE without bursteror expelling charge, non-fuzedAMMUNITION, TEAR-PRODUCING with burster, expelling charge orpropelling chargeAMMUNITION, TEAR-PRODUCING with burster, expelling charge orpropelling chargeAMMUNITION, TEAR-PRODUCING with burster, expelling charge orpropelling chargeAMMUNITION, TOXIC, NON-EXPLOSIVE without burster or expellingcharge, non-fuzed– – –– 1.2H 0245– 1.3H 0246– 1.2G 0015– 1.3G 0016– 1.4G 0303– – –– 6.1 2017– 1.2G 0018– 1.3G 0019– 1.4G 0301– 6.1 2016IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)11


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.AMMUNITION, TOXIC with burster, expelling charge or propellingchargeAMMUNITION, TOXIC with burster, expelling charge or propellingcharge– 1.2K 0020– 1.3K 0021Amorces, see FIREWORKS – – –Amosite, see – 9 2212AMYL ACETATES – 3 1104AMYL ACID PHOSPHATE – 8 2819Amyl alcohols, see – 3 1105Amyl aldehyde, see – 3 2058AMYLAMINE – 3 1106n-Amylbenzene, see Note 1 P – –secondary-Amyl bromide, see – 3 2343AMYL BUTYRATES – 3 2620Amyl carbinol, see – 3 2282AMYL CHLORIDE – 3 1107n-AMYLENE – 3 1108AMYL FORMATES – 3 1109tert-Amyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤88%, with diluent Type Aand water), see– 5.2 3107normal-Amyl mercaptan, see – 3 1111AMYL MERCAPTAN – 3 1111n-AMYL METHYL KETONE – 3 1110AMYL NITRATE – 3 1112AMYL NITRITE – 3 1113normal-Amyl nitrite, see – 3 1113tert-Amyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3115tert-Amyl peroxy-2-ethylhexyl carbonate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3105tert-Amyl peroxy-3,5,5-trimethylhexanoate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3105tert-Amyl peroxyacetate (concentration ≤62%, with diluent Type A), see – 5.2 3105tert-Amyl peroxybenzoate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3103tert-Amyl peroxyisopropyl carbonate (concentration ≤77%, with diluentType A), seetert-Amyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤47%,with diluent Type A) seetert-Amyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤77%,with diluent Type B), seetert-Amyl peroxypivalate (concentration ≤77%,with diluent Type B), see– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3113AMYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1728ANILINE – 6.1 1547Aniline chloride, see – 6.1 1548ANILINE HYDROCHLORIDE – 6.1 1548Aniline oil, see – 6.1 1547Aniline salt, see – 6.1 154812 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Arsenic chloride, see – 6.1 1560ARSENIC COMPOUND, LIQUID, N.O.S. inorganic, including:Arsenates, n.o.s., Arsenites, n.o.s., and Arsenic sulphides, n.o.s.ARSENIC COMPOUND, SOLID, N.O.S. inorganic, including:Arsenates, n.o.s.; Arsenites, n.o.s.; and Arsenic sulphides, n.o.s.– 6.1 1556– 6.1 1557Arsenic compounds (pesticides), see ARSENICAL PESTICIDE – – –Arsenic hydride, see – 2.3 2188Arsenic(III) oxide, see – 6.1 1561Arsenic(V) oxide, see – 6.1 1559ARSENIC PENTOXIDE – 6.1 1559Arsenic sulphides, liquid, N.O.S., inorganic, see – 6.1 1556Arsenic sulphides, solid, N.O.S., inorganic, see – 6.1 1557Arsenic tribromide, see – 6.1 1555ARSENIC TRICHLORIDE – 6.1 1560ARSENIC TRIOXIDE – 6.1 1561Arsenious chloride, see – 6.1 1560Arsenites, liquid, N.O.S., inorganic, see – 6.1 1556Arsenites, solid, N.O.S., inorganic, see – 6.1 1557Arsenous bromide, see – 6.1 1555Arsenous chloride, see – 6.1 1560ARSINE – 2.3 2188ARTICLES, EEI – 1.6N 0486ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, EXTREMELY INSENSITIVE – 1.6N 0486ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1C 0462ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1D 0463ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1E 0464ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1F 0465ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1L 0354ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.2C 0466ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.2D 0467ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.2E 0468ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.2F 0469ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.2L 0355ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.3C 0470ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.3L 0356ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4B 0350ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4C 0351ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4D 0352ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4E 0471ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4F 0472ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4G 0353ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4S 0349ARTICLES, PRESSURIZED, HYDRAULIC(containing non-flammable gas)– 2.2 316414 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ARTICLES, PRESSURIZED, PNEUMATIC(containing non-flammable gas)– 2.2 3164ARTICLES, PYROPHORIC – 1.2L 0380ARTICLES, PYROTECHNIC for technical purposes – 1.1G 0428ARTICLES, PYROTECHNIC for technical purposes – 1.2G 0429ARTICLES, PYROTECHNIC for technical purposes – 1.3G 0430ARTICLES, PYROTECHNIC for technical purposes – 1.4G 0431ARTICLES, PYROTECHNIC for technical purposes – 1.4S 0432ARYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, LIQUID with more than 5% freesulphuric acidARYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, LIQUID with not more than 5% freesulphuric acidARYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, SOLID with more than 5% freesulphuric acidARYLSULPHONIC ACIDS, SOLID with not more than 5% freesulphuric acid– 8 2584– 8 2586– 8 2583– 8 2585Asbestos, see BLUE ASBESTOS – 9 2212Asbestos, see BROWN ASBESTOS – 9 2212Asbestos, see WHITE ASBESTOS – 9 2590Asphalt, see – 3 1999AVIATION REGULATED LIQUID, N.O.S. – 9 3334AVIATION REGULATED SOLID, N.O.S. – 9 3335Azinphos-ethyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Azinphos-methyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Aziridine, stabilized, see – 6.1 1185AZODICARBONAMIDE – 4.1 3242Azodicarbonamide formulation Type B (concentration


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Bangalore torpedoes, see MINES, WITH BURSTING CHARGE – – –BARIUM – 4.3 1400Barium alloys, non-pyrophoric, see – 4.3 1393BARIUM ALLOYS, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 1854Barium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1392Barium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3402BARIUM AZIDE, dry or wetted with less than 50% water, by mass – 1.1A 0224BARIUM AZIDE, WETTED with not less than 50% water, by mass – 4.1 1571BARIUM BROMATE – 5.1 2719BARIUM CHLORATE, SOLID – 5.1 1445BARIUM CHLORATE SOLUTION – 5.1 3405BARIUM COMPOUND, N.O.S. – 6.1 1564BARIUM CYANIDE P 6.1 1565Barium dispersions, see – 4.3 1391BARIUM HYPOCHLORITE with more than 22% available chlorine – 5.1 2741Barium monoxide, see – 6.1 1884BARIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1446BARIUM OXIDE – 6.1 1884BARIUM PERCHLORATE, SOLID – 5.1 1447BARIUM PERCHLORATE SOLUTION – 5.1 3406BARIUM PERMANGANATE – 5.1 1448BARIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1449Barium powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383Batteries, containing lithium, see – 9 3090BATTERIES, CONTAINING SODIUM – 4.3 3292BATTERIES, DRY, CONTAINING POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLIDelectric storage– 8 3028BATTERIES, NICKEL-METAL HYDRIDE – 9 3496BATTERIES, WET, FILLED WITH ACID electric storage – 8 2794BATTERIES, WET, FILLED WITH ALKALI electric storage – 8 2795BATTERIES, WET, NON-SPILLABLE electric storage – 8 2800Battery acid, see – 8 2796BATTERY FLUID, ACID – 8 2796BATTERY FLUID, ALKALI – 8 2797Battery, lithium, see – 9 3090BATTERY-POWERED EQUIPMENT – 9 3171BATTERY-POWERED VEHICLE – 9 3171Bendiocarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Benfuracarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –Benomyl, see Note 1 P – –Benquinox, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –Benzal chloride, see – 6.1 1886BENZALDEHYDE – 9 199016 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.BENZENE – 3 11141,3-Benzenediol, see – 6.1 2876Benzene-1,3-disulphonyl hydrazide, as a paste (concentration 52%),see– 4.1 3226Benzene phosphorus dichloride, see – 8 2798Benzene phosphorus thiochloride, see – 8 2799BENZENESULPHONYL CHLORIDE – 8 2225Benzene sulphonylhydrazide (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3226Benzenethiol, see – 6.1 2337Benzhydryl bromide, see – 8 1770BENZIDINE – 6.1 1885Benzol, see – 3 1114Benzolene, see – 3 1268BENZONITRILE – 6.1 2224BENZOQUINONE – 6.1 2587Benzosulphochloride, see – 8 2225BENZOTRICHLORIDE – 8 2226BENZOTRIFLUORIDE – 3 2338BENZOYL CHLORIDE – 8 1736BENZYL BROMIDE – 6.1 1737BENZYL CHLORIDE – 6.1 1738Benzyl chlorocarbonate, see P 8 1739BENZYL CHLOROFORMATE P 8 1739Benzyl cyanide, see – 6.1 2470Benzyl dichloride, see – 6.1 1886BENZYLDIMETHYLAMINE – 8 26194-(Benzyl(ethyl)amino)-3-ethoxybenzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 100%), see– 4.1 3226BENZYLIDENE CHLORIDE – 6.1 1886BENZYL IODIDE – 6.1 26534-(Benzyl(methyl)amino)-3-ethoxybenzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 100%), see– 4.1 3236BERYLLIUM COMPOUND, N.O.S. – 6.1 1566BERYLLIUM NITRATE – 5.1 2464BERYLLIUM POWDER – 6.1 1567gamma-Bhc, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –BHUSA – 4.1 1327Bichloroacetic acid, see – 8 1764BICYCLO[2.2.1]HEPTA-2,5-DIENE, STABILIZED – 3 2251Bifluorides, N.O.S., see – 8 1740Binapacryl, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE P – –BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCE, CATEGORY B – 6.2 3373BIOMEDICAL WASTE, N.O.S. – 6.2 3291(BIO)MEDICAL WASTE, N.O.S. – 6.2 3291IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)17


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.BIPYRIDILIUM PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°C– 3 2782BIPYRIDILIUM PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3016BIPYRIDILIUM PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 3015BIPYRIDILIUM PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2781Bis-, see Di- – – –N,N-Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)oleamide (loa), see Note 1 P – –BISULPHATES, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 8 2837BISULPHITES, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 8 2693Bitumen, see – 3 1999BLACK POWDER, COMPRESSED – 1.1D 0028BLACK POWDER granular, or as a meal – 1.1D 0027BLACK POWDER IN PELLETS – 1.1D 0028Blasticidin-S-3, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –Bleaching powder, see – 5.1 2208Bleach liquor, see – 8 1791BLUE ASBESTOS – 9 2212Bombs, illuminating, see AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING – – –BOMBS, PHOTO-FLASH – 1.1D 0038BOMBS, PHOTO-FLASH – 1.1F 0037BOMBS, PHOTO-FLASH – 1.2G 0039BOMBS, PHOTO-FLASH – 1.3G 0299BOMBS, SMOKE, NON-EXPLOSIVE with corrosive liquid, withoutinitiating device– 8 2028Bombs, target identification, see AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING – – –BOMBS with bursting charge – 1.1D 0034BOMBS with bursting charge – 1.1F 0033BOMBS with bursting charge – 1.2D 0035BOMBS with bursting charge – 1.2F 0291BOMBS WITH FLAMMABLE LIQUID with bursting charge – 1.1J 0399BOMBS WITH FLAMMABLE LIQUID with bursting charge – 1.2J 0400BOOSTERS WITH DETONATOR – 1.1B 0225BOOSTERS WITH DETONATOR – 1.2B 0268BOOSTERS without detonator – 1.1D 0042BOOSTERS without detonator – 1.2D 0283Borate and chlorate mixture, see – 5.1 1458BORNEOL – 4.1 1312Bornyl alcohol, see – 4.1 1312Boroethane, compressed, see – 2.3 1911Boron bromide, see – 8 2692Boron fluoride, compressed, see – 2.3 1008BORON TRIBROMIDE – 8 2692BORON TRICHLORIDE – 2.3 174118 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.BORON TRIFLUORIDE – 2.3 1008BORON TRIFLUORIDE ACETIC ACID COMPLEX, LIQUID – 8 1742BORON TRIFLUORIDE ACETIC ACID COMPLEX, SOLID – 8 3419BORON TRIFLUORIDE DIETHYL ETHERATE – 8 2604BORON TRIFLUORIDE DIHYDRATE – 8 2851BORON TRIFLUORIDE DIMETHYL ETHERATE – 4.3 2965BORON TRIFLUORIDE PROPIONIC ACID COMPLEX, LIQUID – 8 1743BORON TRIFLUORIDE PROPIONIC ACID COMPLEX, SOLID – 8 3420Brodifacoum, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE P – –BROMATES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3213BROMATES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1450BROMINE – 8 1744BROMINE CHLORIDE – 2.3 2901Bromine cyanide, see P 6.1 1889BROMINE PENTAFLUORIDE – 5.1 1745BROMINE SOLUTION – 8 1744BROMINE TRIFLUORIDE – 5.1 1746BROMOACETIC ACID, SOLID – 8 3425BROMOACETIC ACID SOLUTION – 8 1938BROMOACETONE P 6.1 1569omega-Bromoacetone, see – 6.1 2645BROMOACETYL BROMIDE – 8 2513Bromoallylene, see P 3 1099BROMOBENZENE P 3 2514BROMOBENZYL CYANIDES, LIQUID – 6.1 1694BROMOBENZYL CYANIDES, SOLID – 6.1 34491-BROMOBUTANE – 3 11262-BROMOBUTANE – 3 2339Bromochlorodifluoromethane, see – 2.2 1974BROMOCHLOROMETHANE – 6.1 18871-BROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE – 6.1 2688Bromocyane, see P 6.1 1889Bromodiphenylmethane, see – 8 17701-Bromo-2,3-epoxypropane, see P 6.1 2558Bromoethane, see – 6.1 18912-BROMOETHYL ETHYL ETHER – 3 2340BROMOFORM P 6.1 2515Bromomethane, see – 2.3 10621-BROMO-3-METHYLBUTANE – 3 2341BROMOMETHYLPROPANES – 3 2342Bromonitrobenzenes, liquid, see – 6.1 2732Bromonitrobenzenes, solid, see – 6.1 34592-BROMO-2-NITROPROPANE-1,3-DIOL – 4.1 3241IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)19


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.2-BROMOPENTANE – 3 2343Bromophos-ethyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –BROMOPROPANES – 3 23443-Bromopropene, see P 3 10993-BROMOPROPYNE – 3 23453-Bromo-1-propyne, see – 3 2345alpha-Bromotoluene, see – 6.1 1737BROMOTRIFLUOROETHYLENE – 2.1 2419BROMOTRIFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 1009Bromoxynil, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –Bronopol, see – 4.1 3241BROWN ASBESTOS – 9 2212BRUCINE – 6.1 1570BURSTERS explosive – 1.1D 0043But-1-yne, stabilized, see – 2.1 2452BUTADIENES AND HYDROCARBON MIXTURE, STABILIZEDcontaining more than 40% butadienes, stabilized– 2.1 1010BUTADIENES, STABILIZED – 2.1 1010Butanal, see – 3 1129Butanal oxime, see – 3 2840BUTANE – 2.1 1011BUTANEDIONE – 3 2346Butane-1-thiol, see – 3 2347Butanoic acid, see – 8 2820Butanoic anhydride, see – 8 2739Butan-2-ol, see – 3 11201-Butanol, see – 3 1120Butanol, secondary, see – 3 1120Butanol, tertiary, see – 3 11203-Butanolal, see – 6.1 2839BUTANOLS – 3 11202-Butanone, see – 3 1193Butanoyl chloride, see – 3 23532-Butenal, stabilized, see P 6.1 1143Butene, see – 2.1 1012But-1-ene-3-one, stabilized, see – 6.1 12511,2-Butene oxide, stabilized, see – 3 30222-Butenoic acid, liquid, see – 8 34722-Butenoic acid, solid, see – 8 28232-Buten-1-ol, see – 3 2614Butocarboxim, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –BUTYL ACETATES – 3 1123Butyl acetate, secondary, see - 3 112320 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.BUTYL ACID PHOSPHATE – 8 1718BUTY ACRYLATES, STABILIZED – 3 2348Butyl alcohols, see – 3 1120Butyl aldehyde, see – 3 1129n-BUTYLAMINE – 3 1125N-BUTYLANILINE – 6.1 2738BUTYLBENZENES – 3 2709Butyl benzyl phthalate, see P 9 3082n-Butyl bromide, see – 3 1126secondary-Butyl bromide, see – 3 2339tertiary-Butyl bromide, see – 3 2342Butyl butyrate, see – 3 3272n-Butyl chloride, see – 3 1127secondary-Butyl chloride, see – 3 1127tertiary-Butyl chloride, see – 3 1127n-BUTYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 2743tert-Butyl cumyl peroxide (concentration >42–100%), see – 5.2 3107tert-Butyl cumyl peroxide (concentration ≤52%, with inert solid), see – 5.2 3108tert-BUTYLCYCLOHEXYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 2747N 2 -tert-Butyl-N 4 -cyclopropyl-6-methylthio-1,3,5-triazine-2,4-diamine,seen-Butyl 4,4-di-(tert-butylperoxy)valerate (concentration ≤52%,with inert solid), seeP 9 3077– 5.2 3108n-Butyl 4,4-di-(tert-butylperoxy)valerate (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 3103BUTYLENE – 2.1 10121,2-BUTYLENE OXIDE, STABILIZED – 3 3022Butyl ethers, see – 3 1149Butyl ethyl ether, see – 3 1179n-BUTYL FORMATE – 3 1128tert-Butyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤72%, with water), see – 5.2 3109tert-Butyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤79%, with water), see – 5.2 3107tert-Butyl hydroperoxide (concentration >79–90%, with water), see – 5.2 3103tert-Butyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤80%, with diluent Type A),seetert-Butyl hydroperoxide (concentration 9%), with water, see– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3103tert-BUTYL HYPOCHLORITE – 4.2 3255N-n-BUTYLIMIDAZOLE – 6.1 2690N, n-Butyliminazole, see – 6.1 2690secondary-Butyl iodide, see – 3 2390tertiary-Butyl iodide, see – 3 2391tert-BUTYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2484n-BUTYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2485BUTYL MERCAPTAN – 3 2347IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)21


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.n-BUTYL METHACRYLATE, STABILIZED – 3 2227Butyl 2-methylacrylate, stabilized, see – 3 2227BUTYL METHYL ETHER – 3 2350tert-Butyl monoperoxymaleate (concentration ≤52%, as a paste), see – 5.2 3108tert-Butyl monoperoxymaleate (concentration ≤52%, with diluentType A), seetert-Butyl monoperoxymaleate (concentration ≤52%, with inert solid),see– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3108tert-Butyl monoperoxymaleate (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 3102BUTYL NITRITES – 3 2351tert-Butyl peroxyacetate (concentration ≤32%, with diluent Type B),seetert-Butyl peroxyacetate (concentration >32–52%, with diluent Type A),seetert-Butyl peroxyacetate (concentration >52–77%, with diluent Type A),see– 5.2 3109– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3101tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate (concentration ≤52%, with inert solid), see – 5.2 3106tert-Butyl peroxybenzoate (concentration >52–77%, with diluentType A), seetert-Butyl peroxybenzoate (concentration >77–100%, with diluentType A), seetert-Butyl peroxybutyl fumarate (concentration ≤52%, with diluentType A), seetert-Butyl peroxycrotonate (concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type A),see– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3105tert-Butyl peroxydiethylacetate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3113tert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration ≤12%) +2,2-di-(tert-butylperoxy)butane (concentration ≤14%), withdiluent Type A and inert solid, seetert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration ≤31%) +2,2-di-(tert-butylperoxy)butane (concentration ≤36%), with diluentType B, seetert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration ≤32%, with diluentType B), seetert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration >32–52%, withdiluent Type B), seetert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration ≤52%, with inertsolid), see– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3117– 5.2 3118tert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 3113tert-Butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexylcarbonate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3105tert-Butyl peroxyisobutyrate (concentration ≤52%, with diluent Type B),seetert-Butyl peroxyisobutyrate (concentration >52–77%, with diluentType B), seetert-Butyl peroxy isopropyl carbonate (concentration ≤77%, withdiluent Type A), see1-(2-tert-Butylperoxyisopropyl)-3-isopropenyl benzene(concentration ≤42%, with inert solid), see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3111– 5.2 3103– 5.2 310822 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.1-(2-tert-Butylperoxy isopropyl)-3-isopropenyl benzene(concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3105tert-Butyl peroxy-2-methylbenzoate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3103tert-Butyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤32%, with diluentType A), seetert-Butyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤42%, as a stabledispersion in water (frozen)), seetert-Butyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤52%, as a stabledispersion in water), seetert-Butyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤77%, with diluentType B), see– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3118– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115tert-Butyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration >77–100%), see – 5.2 3115tert-Butyl peroxyneoheptanoate (concentration ≤42%, as a stabledispersion in water), seetert-Butyl peroxyneoheptanoate (concentration ≤77%, with diluentType A), seetert-Butyl peroxypivalate (concentration ≤27%, with diluent Type B),seetert-Butyl peroxypivalate (concentration >27–67%, with diluent Type B),seetert-Butyl peroxypivalate (concentration >67–77%, with diluent Type A),see– 5.2 3117– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3113tert-Butyl peroxystearylcarbonate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3106tert-Butyl peroxy-3,5,5-trimethylhexanoate (concentration ≤32%,with diluent Type B), seetert-Butyl peroxy-3,5,5-trimethylhexanoate (concentration >32–100%),seetert-Butyl peroxy-3,5,5-trimethylhexanoate (concentration ≤42%,with inert solid)– 5.2 3109– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3106Butylphenols, liquid, N.O.S., see – 8 3145Butylphenols, solid, N.O.S., see – 8 2430Butylphosphoric acid, see – 8 1718BUTYL PROPIONATES – 3 1914Butyl thioalcohols, see – 3 2347BUTYLTOLUENES – 6.1 2667BUTYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 17475-tert-BUTYL-2,4,6-TRINITRO-m-XYLENE – 4.1 2956BUTYL VINYL ETHER, STABILIZED – 3 23521-Butyne, stabilized, see – 2.1 24522-Butyne, see – 3 11441,4-BUTYNEDIOL – 6.1 27162-Butyne-1,4-diol, see – 6.1 2716BUTYRALDEHYDE – 3 1129BUTYRALDOXIME – 3 2840BUTYRIC ACID – 8 2820BUTYRIC ANHYDRIDE – 8 2739Butyrone, see – 3 2710IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)23


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.BUTYRONITRILE – 3 2411Butyroyl chloride, see – 3 2353BUTYRYL CHLORIDE – 3 2353Cable cutters, explosive, see – 1.4S 0070CACODYLIC ACID – 6.1 1572CADMIUM COMPOUND – 6.1 2570Cadmium selenide, see – 6.1 2570Cadmium sulphide, see P 6.1 2570CAESIUM – 4.3 1407Caesium alloy, liquid, see – 4.3 1421Caesium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1389Caesium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3401Caesium amide, see – 4.3 1390Caesium dispersions, see – 4.3 1391CAESIUM HYDROXIDE – 8 2682CAESIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION – 8 2681CAESIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1451Caesium powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383Caffeine, see – 6.1 1544Cajeputene, see P 3 2052CALCIUM – 4.3 1401Calcium alloy, non-pyrophoric, solid, see – 4.3 1393CALCIUM ALLOYS, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 1855Calcium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1389Calcium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3402CALCIUM ARSENATE P 6.1 1573CALCIUM ARSENATE AND CALCIUM ARSENITE MIXTURE, SOLID P 6.1 1574Calcium bisulphite solution, see – 8 2693CALCIUM CARBIDE – 4.3 1402CALCIUM CHLORATE – 5.1 1452CALCIUM CHLORATE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 5.1 2429CALCIUM CHLORITE – 5.1 1453CALCIUM CYANAMIDE with more than 0.1% calcium carbide – 4.3 1403CALCIUM CYANIDE P 6.1 1575Calcium dispersions, see – 4.3 1391CALCIUM DITHIONITE – 4.2 1923CALCIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 1404Calcium hydrogen sulphite solution, see – 8 2693CALCIUM HYDROSULPHITE – 4.2 1923CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, DRY with more than 39% availablechlorine (8.8% available oxygen)CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, DRY, CORROSIVE with more than 39%available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen)– 5.1 1748– 5.1 348524 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED with not less than 5.5% butno more than 16% waterCALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED MIXTURE, CORROSIVE withnot less than 5.5% but not more than 16% waterCALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED, CORROSIVE with not lessthan 5.5% but no more than 16% waterCALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, HYDRATED MIXTURE with not less than5.5% but not more than 16% waterCALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE, DRY, CORROSIVE with morethan 10% but not more than 39% available chlorineCALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE, DRY, CORROSIVE with morethan 39% available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen)CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE, DRY with more than 10% butnot more than 39% available chlorineCALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE, DRY with more than 39%available chlorine (8.8% available oxygen)– 5.1 2880– 5.1 3487– 5.1 3487– 5.1 2880– 5.1 3486– 5.1 3485– 5.1 2208– 5.1 1748CALCIUM MANGANESE SILICON – 4.3 2844Calcium naphthenate in solution, see P 9 3082CALCIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1454CALCIUM OXIDE – 8 1910CALCIUM PERCHLORATE – 5.1 1455CALCIUM PERMANGANATE – 5.1 1456CALCIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1457CALCIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 1360CALCIUM, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 1855CALCIUM RESINATE – 4.1 1313CALCIUM RESINATE, FUSED – 4.1 1314Calcium selenate, see – 6.1 2630CALCIUM SILICIDE – 4.3 1405Calcium silicon, see – 4.3 1405Calcium superoxide, see – 5.1 14572-Camphanol, see – 4.1 13122-Camphanone, see – 4.1 2717Camphechlor, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –CAMPHOR OIL – 3 1130CAMPHOR, synthetic – 4.1 2717CAPACITOR, electric double layer (with an energy storage capacitygreater than 0.3 Wh)- 9 3499CAPROIC ACID – 8 2829Caproic aldehyde, see – 3 1207Caprylyl chloride, see – 8 3265CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, flashpointless than 23°C– 3 2758CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 2992CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flashpointnot less than 23°C– 6.1 2991CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2757IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)25


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Carbanil, see – 6.1 2487Carbaryl, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Carbendazim, see Note 1 P – –Carbofuran, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Carbolic acid, molten, see – 6.1 2312Carbolic acid, solid, see – 6.1 1671Carbolic acid solution, see – 6.1 2821CARBON, ACTIVATED – 4.2 1362CARBON animal origin – 4.2 1361Carbon bisulphide, see – 3 1131Carbon black, see – 4.2 1361CARBON DIOXIDE – 2.2 1013Carbon dioxide and ethylene oxide mixture, see ETHYLENE OXIDEAND CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURE– – –CARBON DIOXIDE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 2187CARBON DIOXIDE, SOLID – 9 1845CARBON DISULPHIDE – 3 1131Carbonic anhydride, see – 2.2 1013Carbonic anhydride, refrigerated liquid, see – 2.2 2187Carbonic anhydride, solid – 9 1845CARBON MONOXIDE, COMPRESSED – 2.3 1016Carbon oxisulphide, see – 2.3 2204Carbon oxyfluoride, see – 2.3 2417Carbon oxyfluoride, compressed, see – 2.3 2417Carbon oxysulphide, see – 2.3 2204Carbon paper, see – 4.2 1379CARBON TETRABROMIDE P 6.1 2516CARBON TETRACHLORIDE P 6.1 1846CARBON vegetable origin – 4.2 1361Carbonyl chloride, see – 2.3 1076CARBONYL FLUORIDE – 2.3 2417CARBONYL SULPHIDE – 2.3 2204Carbophenothion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Cargo transport unit under fumigation, see – 9 3359Cartap hydrochloride, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Cartridge cases, see CASES, CARTRIDGE – – –Cartridges, actuating, for fire extinguisher or apparatus valve,see CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE– – –Cartridges, explosive, see – 1.1D 0048CARTRIDGES, FLASH – 1.1G 0049CARTRIDGES, FLASH – 1.3G 0050CARTRIDGES FOR TOOLS, BLANK – 1.4S 0014CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK – 1.1C 0326CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK – 1.2C 041326 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK – 1.3C 0327CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK – 1.4C 0338CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, BLANK – 1.4S 0014CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, INERT PROJECTILE – 1.2C 0328CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, INERT PROJECTILE – 1.3C 0417CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, INERT PROJECTILE – 1.4C 0339CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS, INERT PROJECTILE – 1.4S 0012CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS with bursting charge – 1.1E 0006CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS with bursting charge – 1.1F 0005CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS with bursting charge – 1.2E 0321CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS with bursting charge – 1.2F 0007CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS with bursting charge – 1.4E 0412CARTRIDGES FOR WEAPONS with bursting charge – 1.4F 0348Cartridges, illuminating, see AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING – – –CARTRIDGES, OIL WELL – 1.3C 0277CARTRIDGES, OIL WELL – 1.4C 0278CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE – 1.2C 0381CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE – 1.3C 0275CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE – 1.4C 0276CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE – 1.4S 0323CARTRIDGES, SIGNAL – 1.3G 0054CARTRIDGES, SIGNAL – 1.4G 0312CARTRIDGES, SIGNAL – 1.4S 0405CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS – 1.3C 0417CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS – 1.4C 0339CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS – 1.4S 0012CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS, BLANK – 1.3C 0327CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS, BLANK – 1.4C 0338CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS, BLANK – 1.4S 0014Cartridges, starter, jet engine, see CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE – – –CASES, CARTRIDGE, EMPTY, WITH PRIMER – 1.4C 0379CASES, CARTRIDGE, EMPTY, WITH PRIMER – 1.4S 0055CASES, COMBUSTIBLE, EMPTY, WITHOUT PRIMER – 1.3C 0447CASES, COMBUSTIBLE, EMPTY, WITHOUT PRIMER – 1.4C 0446Casinghead gasoline, see P 3 1203CASTOR BEANS – 9 2969CASTOR FLAKE – 9 2969CASTOR MEAL – 9 2969CASTOR POMACE – 9 2969CAUSTIC ALKALI LIQUID, N.O.S. – 8 1719Caustic potash solution, see – 8 1814Caustic potash, solid, see – 8 1813Caustic soda liquor, see – 8 1824IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)27


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Caustic soda, solid, see – 8 1823Caustic soda solution, see – 8 1824CELLS, CONTAINING SODIUM – 4.3 3292CELLULOID in block, rods, rolls, sheets, tubes, etc., except scrap – 4.1 2000CELLULOID, SCRAP – 4.2 2002Cellulose nitrate solution, see – 3 2059Cellulose nitrate with alcohol, see – 4.1 2556Cellulose nitrate with plasticizing substance, see – 4.1 2557Cellulose nitrate with water, see – 4.1 2555Cement, liquid, see – 3 1133CERIUM gritty powder – 4.3 3078CERIUM ingots – 4.1 1333Cerium powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383CERIUM rods – 4.1 1333CERIUM slabs – 4.1 1333CERIUM turnings – 4.3 3078Cer Mischmetall, see – 4.1 1323Cesium, see CAESIUM – – –Charcoal, activated, see – 4.2 1362Charcoal, non-activated, see – 4.2 1361CHARGES, BURSTING, PLASTICS BONDED – 1.1D 0457CHARGES, BURSTING, PLASTICS BONDED – 1.2D 0458CHARGES, BURSTING, PLASTICS BONDED – 1.4D 0459CHARGES, BURSTING, PLASTICS BONDED – 1.4S 0460CHARGES, DEMOLITION – 1.1D 0048CHARGES, DEPTH – 1.1D 0056Charges, expelling, explosive, for fire extinguishers, see CARTRIDGES,POWER DEVICE– – –CHARGES, EXPLOSIVE, COMMERCIAL without detonator – 1.1D 0442CHARGES, EXPLOSIVE, COMMERCIAL without detonator – 1.2D 0443CHARGES, EXPLOSIVE, COMMERCIAL without detonator – 1.4D 0444CHARGES, EXPLOSIVE, COMMERCIAL without detonator – 1.4S 0445CHARGES, PROPELLING – 1.1C 0271CHARGES, PROPELLING – 1.2C 0415CHARGES, PROPELLING – 1.3C 0272CHARGES, PROPELLING – 1.4C 0491CHARGES, PROPELLING, FOR CANNON – 1.1C 0279CHARGES, PROPELLING, FOR CANNON – 1.2C 0414CHARGES, PROPELLING, FOR CANNON – 1.3C 0242CHARGES, SHAPED, FLEXIBLE, LINEAR – 1.1D 0288CHARGES, SHAPED, FLEXIBLE, LINEAR – 1.4D 0237CHARGES, SHAPED without detonator – 1.1D 0059CHARGES, SHAPED without detonator – 1.2D 043928 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CHARGES, SHAPED without detonator – 1.4D 0440CHARGES, SHAPED without detonator – 1.4S 0441CHARGES, SUPPLEMENTARY, EXPLOSIVE – 1.1D 0060CHEMICAL KIT – 9 3316CHEMICAL SAMPLE, TOXIC – 6.1 3315CHEMICAL UNDER PRESSURE, N.O.S. - 2.2 3500CHEMICAL UNDER PRESSURE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. - 2.2 3503CHEMICAL UNDER PRESSURE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. - 2.1 3501CHEMICAL UNDER PRESSURE, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. - 2.1 3505CHEMICAL UNDER PRESSURE, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. - 2.1 3504CHEMICAL UNDER PRESSURE, TOXIC, N.O.S. - 2.2 3502Chile saltpetre, see – 5.1 1498Chinomethionat, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –CHLORAL, ANHYDROUS, STABILIZED – 6.1 2075CHLORATE AND BORATE MIXTURE – 5.1 1458CHLORATE AND MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE MIXTURE, SOLID – 5.1 1459CHLORATE AND MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE MIXTURE SOLUTION – 5.1 3407CHLORATES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3210CHLORATES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1461Chlordane, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –Chlordimeform, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE – – –Chlordimeform hydrochloride, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE – – –Chlorfenvinphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –CHLORIC ACID, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with a concentrationexceeding 10% (transport prohibited)CHLORIC ACID, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not more than 10%chloric acid– – –– 5.1 2626Chlorinated paraffins (C 10 –C 13 ), see P 9 3082Chlorinated paraffins (C 14 –C 17 ) with more than 1% shorter chain length,seeP 9 3082CHLORINE P 2.3 1017Chlorine bromide, see – 2.3 2901Chlorine cyanide, stabilized, see P 2.3 1589CHLORINE PENTAFLUORIDE – 2.3 2548CHLORINE TRIFLUORIDE – 2.3 1749CHLORITES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1462CHLORITE SOLUTION – 8 1908Chlormephos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Chloroacetaldehyde, see – 6.1 2232CHLOROACETIC ACID, MOLTEN – 6.1 3250CHLOROACETIC ACID, SOLID – 6.1 1751CHLOROACETIC ACID SOLUTION – 6.1 1750CHLOROACETONE, STABILIZED P 6.1 1695CHLOROACETONITRILE – 6.1 2668IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)29


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CHLOROACETOPHENONE, LIQUID – 6.1 3416CHLOROACETOPHENONE, SOLID – 6.1 1697CHLOROACETYL CHLORIDE – 6.1 1752para-Chloro-ortho-aminophenol, see – 6.1 26732-Chloroaniline, see – 6.1 20193-Chloroaniline, see – 6.1 20194-Chloroaniline, see – 6.1 2018meta-Chloroaniline, see – 6.1 2019ortho-Chloroaniline, see – 6.1 2019para-Chloroaniline, see – 6.1 2018CHLOROANILINES, LIQUID – 6.1 2019CHLOROANILINES, SOLID – 6.1 2018CHLOROANISIDINES – 6.1 2233CHLOROBENZENE – 3 1134CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDES – 3 2234CHLOROBENZYL CHLORIDES, LIQUID P 6.1 2235CHLOROBENZYL CHLORIDES, SOLID P 6.1 34271-Chloro-3-bromopropane, see – 6.1 26882-Chlorobutadiene-1,3, stabilized, see – 3 19911-Chlorobutane, see – 3 11272-Chlorobutane, see – 3 1127CHLOROBUTANES – 3 1127Chlorocarbonates, toxic, corrosive, flammable, n.o.s., see – 6.1 2742Chlorocarbonates, toxic, corrosive, n.o.s., see – 6.1 3277CHLOROCRESOLS, SOLID – 6.1 3437CHLOROCRESOLS SOLUTION – 6.1 26693-Chloro-4-diethylamino benzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 100%), see– 4.1 3226CHLORODIFLUOROBROMOMETHANE – 2.2 19741-CHLORO-1,1-DIFLUOROETHANE – 2.1 2517CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 1018CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE AND CHLOROPENTAFLUOROETHANEMIXTURE with a fixed boiling point, with approximately 49%chlorodifluoromethane– 2.2 19733-Chloro-1,2-dihydroxypropane, see – 6.1 2689Chlorodimethyl ether, see – 6.1 1239CHLORODINITROBENZENES, LIQUID P 6.1 1577CHLORODINITROBENZENES, SOLID P 6.1 34412-CHLOROETHANAL – 6.1 2232Chloroethane, see – 2.1 1037Chloroethane nitrile, see – 6.1 26682-Chloroethanol, see – 6.1 11352-Chloroethyl alcohol, see – 6.1 1135CHLOROFORM – 6.1 188830 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CHLOROFORMATES, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 2742CHLOROFORMATES, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3277Chloromethane, see – 2.1 10631-Chloro-3-methylbutane, see – 3 11072-Chloro-2-methylbutane, see – 3 1107CHLOROMETHYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 2745Chloromethyl cyanide, see – 6.1 2668CHLOROMETHYL ETHYL ETHER – 3 2354Chloromethyl methyl ether, see – 6.1 1239Chloromethylphenols, solution, see – 6.1 2669Chloromethylphenols, solid, see – 6.1 34373-CHLORO-4-METHYLPHENYL ISOCYANATE, LIQUID – 6.1 22363-CHLORO-4-METHYLPHENYL ISOCYANATE, SOLID – 6.1 3428Chloromethylpropanes, see – 3 11273-Chloro-2-methylprop-1-ene, see – 3 2554CHLORONITROANILINES P 6.1 2237CHLORONITROBENZENES, LIQUID – 6.1 3409CHLORONITROBENZENES, SOLID – 6.1 15782-Chloro-6-nitrotoluene, see Note 1 P – –CHLORONITROTOLUENES, LIQUID P 6.1 2433CHLORONITROTOLUENES, SOLID P 6.1 34571-Chlorooctane, see P 9 3082CHLOROPENTAFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 1020Chloropentanes, see – 3 11073-Chloroperoxybenzoic acid (concentration ≤57%, with inert solid andwater), see3-Chloroperoxybenzoic acid (concentration >57–86%, with inert solid),see3-Chloroperoxybenzoic acid (concentration ≤77% with inert solid andwater), see– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3102– 5.2 3106Chlorophacinone, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE – – –CHLOROPHENOLATES, LIQUID – 8 2904CHLOROPHENOLATES, SOLID – 8 2905CHLOROPHENOLS, LIQUID – 6.1 2021CHLOROPHENOLS, SOLID – 6.1 2020CHLOROPHENYLTRICHLOROSILANE P 8 1753CHLOROPICRIN P 6.1 1580CHLOROPICRIN AND METHYL BROMIDE MIXTURE with more than2% chloropicrin– 2.3 1581CHLOROPICRIN AND METHYL CHLORIDE MIXTURE – 2.3 1582CHLOROPICRIN MIXTURE, N.O.S. – 6.1 1583CHLOROPLATINIC ACID, SOLID – 8 2507CHLOROPRENE, STABILIZED – 3 19911-CHLOROPROPANE – 3 1278IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)31


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.2-CHLOROPROPANE – 3 23563-Chloropropanediol-1,2, see – 6.1 26891-Chloro-2-propanol, see – 6.1 26113-CHLOROPROPANOL-1 – 6.1 28492-CHLOROPROPENE – 3 24563-Chloropropene, see – 3 11003-Chloroprop-1-ene, see – 3 11002-CHLOROPROPIONIC ACID – 8 2511alpha-Chloropropionic acid, see – 8 25112-Chloropropylene, see – 3 2456alpha-Chloropropylene, see – 3 11002-CHLOROPYRIDINE – 6.1 2822CHLOROSILANES, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 8 2986CHLOROSILANES, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 2987CHLOROSILANES, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 3 2985CHLOROSILANES, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3362CHLOROSILANES, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3361CHLOROSILANES, WATER-REACTIVE, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE,N.O.S.– 4.3 2988CHLOROSULPHONIC ACID (with or without sulphur trioxide) – 8 1754Chlorosulphuric acid, see – 6.1 18341-CHLORO-1,2,2,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 1021meta-Chlorotoluene, see P 3 2238ortho-Chlorotoluene, see – 3 2238para-Chlorotoluene, see P 3 2238CHLOROTOLUENES – 3 22384-CHLORO-o-TOLUIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE, SOLID – 6.1 15794-CHLORO-o-TOLUIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION – 6.1 3410CHLOROTOLUIDINES, LIQUID – 6.1 3429CHLOROTOLUIDINES, SOLID – 6.1 22391-CHLORO-2,2,2-TRIFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 1983Chlorotrifluoroethylene, stabilized, see – 2.3 1082CHLOROTRIFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 1022CHLOROTRIFLUOROMETHANE AND TRIFLUOROMETHANEAZEOTROPIC MIXTURE with approximately 60%chlorotrifluoromethane– 2.2 25992-Chloro-5-trifluoromethylnitrobenzene, see P 6.1 2307Chlorovinyl acetate, see – 6.1 2589Chlorphacinone, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE – – –Chlorpyriphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Chlorthiophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Chromic acid, solid, see – 5.1 1463CHROMIC ACID SOLUTION – 8 1755Chromic anhydride, see – 5.1 146332 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CHROMIC FLUORIDE, SOLID – 8 1756CHROMIC FLUORIDE SOLUTION – 8 1757Chromic nitrate, see – 5.1 2720Chromium(VI) dichloride dioxide, see – 8 1758Chromium(III) fluoride, solid, see – 8 1756Chromium fluoride, solid, see – 8 1756Chromium fluoride solution, see – 8 1757CHROMIUM NITRATE – 5.1 2720Chromium(III) nitrate, see – 5.1 2720CHROMIUM OXYCHLORIDE – 8 1758CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE, ANHYDROUS – 5.1 1463CHROMOSULPHURIC ACID – 8 2240Chromyl chloride, see – 8 1758Chrysotile, see – 9 2590Cinene, see P 3 2052Cinnamene, see – 3 2055Cinnamol, see – 3 2055CLINICAL WASTE, UNSPECIFIED, N.O.S. – 6.2 3291COAL GAS, COMPRESSED – 2.3 1023Coal tar, see P 9 3082COAL TAR DISTILLATES, FLAMMABLE – 3 1136Coal tar naphtha, see – 3 1268Coal tar oil, see – 3 1136COATING SOLUTION (includes surface treatments or coatings usedfor industrial purposes such as vehicle under-coating, drum orbarrel lining)– 3 1139COBALT NAPHTHENATES, POWDER – 4.1 2001COBALT RESINATE, PRECIPITATED – 4.1 1318Cocculus, see P 6.1 3172Coconitrile, see P 9 3082Collodion cottons (class 1), see NITROCELLULOSE – – –Collodion cotton with alcohol, see – 4.1 2556Collodion cotton with plasticizing substance, see – 4.1 2557Collodion cotton with water, see – 4.1 2555Collodion solution, see – 3 2059COMPONENTS, EXPLOSIVE TRAIN, N.O.S. – 1.1B 0461COMPONENTS, EXPLOSIVE TRAIN, N.O.S. – 1.2B 0382COMPONENTS, EXPLOSIVE TRAIN, N.O.S. – 1.4B 0383COMPONENTS, EXPLOSIVE TRAIN, N.O.S. – 1.4S 0384Composition B, see – 1.1D 0118COMPRESSED GAS, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.1 1954COMPRESSED GAS, N.O.S. – 2.2 1956COMPRESSED GAS, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 2.2 3156COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3304IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)33


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3305COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.3 1953COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 2.3 1955COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, OXIDIZING, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3306COMPRESSED GAS, TOXIC, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 2.3 3303Container under fumigation, see – 9 3359CONTRIVANCES, WATER-ACTIVATED with burster, expelling chargeor propelling chargeCONTRIVANCES, WATER-ACTIVATED with burster, expelling chargeor propelling charge– 1.2L 0248– 1.3L 0249COPPER ACETOARSENITE P 6.1 1585Copper arsenate, see – 6.1 1557COPPER ARSENITE P 6.1 1586Copper(II) arsenite, see – 6.1 1586COPPER BASED PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3010COPPER BASED PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°CCOPPER BASED PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°C– 3 2776– 6.1 3009COPPER BASED PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2775COPPER CHLORATE – 5.1 2721Copper(II) chlorate, see – 5.1 2721COPPER CHLORIDE P 8 2802Copper compounds, see COPPER BASED PESTICIDE – – –COPPER CYANIDE P 6.1 1587Copper metal powder, see Note 1 P – –Copper sulphate, anhydrous, hydrates and solutions, see Note 1 P – –COPRA – 4.2 1363CORD, DETONATING flexible – 1.1D 0065CORD, DETONATING flexible – 1.4D 0289CORD, DETONATING metal-clad – 1.1D 0290CORD, DETONATING metal-clad – 1.2D 0102CORD, DETONATING, MILD EFFECT metal-clad – 1.4D 0104CORD, IGNITER – 1.4G 0066Cordite, see POWDER, SMOKELESS – – –CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3264CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3265CORROSIVE LIQUID, BASIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3266CORROSIVE LIQUID, BASIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3267CORROSIVE LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 8 2920CORROSIVE LIQUID, N.O.S. – 8 1760CORROSIVE LIQUID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 8 3093CORROSIVE LIQUID, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 8 3301CORROSIVE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 8 292234 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CORROSIVE LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 8 3094CORROSIVE SOLID, ACIDIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3260CORROSIVE SOLID, ACIDIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3261CORROSIVE SOLID, BASIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3262CORROSIVE SOLID, BASIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 8 3263CORROSIVE SOLID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 8 2921CORROSIVE SOLID, N.O.S. – 8 1759CORROSIVE SOLID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 8 3084CORROSIVE SOLID, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 8 3095CORROSIVE SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 8 2923CORROSIVE SOLID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 8 3096Cosmetics, see – 3 1266Cotton, dry, see – 4.1 3360COTTON WASTE, OILY – 4.2 1364COTTON, WET – 4.2 1365Coumachlor, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE P – –Coumafuryl, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –Coumaphos, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE P – –COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXICflashpoint less than 23°C– 3 3024COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3026COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLEflashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 3025COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 3027Coumatetralyl, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –Creosote, see P 9 3082Creosote salts, see – 4.1 1334CRESOLS, LIQUID – 6.1 2076CRESOLS, SOLID – 6.1 3455Cresyl diphenyl phosphate, see P 9 3082CRESYLIC ACID – 6.1 2022Crimidine, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE – – –Crocidolite, see – 9 2212CROTONALDEHYDE – 6.1 1143CROTONALDEHYDE, STABILIZED P 6.1 1143CROTONIC ACID, LIQUID – 8 3472CROTONIC ACID, SOLID – 8 2823Crotonic aldehyde, stabilized, see P 6.1 1143CROTONYLENE – 3 1144Crotoxyphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Crude naphtha, see – 3 1268Crufomate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Cumene, see – 3 1918Cumyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤90%, with diluent Type A), see – 5.2 3109IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)35


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Cumyl hydroperoxide (concentration >90–98%, with diluent Type A),seeCumyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤52% as a stabledispersion in water), seeCumyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type B),seeCumyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤87%, with diluent Type A),seeCumyl peroxyneoheptanoate (concentration ≤77%, with diluentType A), see– 5.2 3107– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3115Cumyl peroxypivalate (concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type B), see – 5.2 3115Cupric arsenite, see P 6.1 1586Cupric chlorate, see – 5.1 2721Cupric chloride, see P 8 2802Cupric cyanide, see P 6.1 1587Cupric sulphate, see Note 1 P – –CUPRIETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION P 8 1761Cuprous chloride, see P 8 2802Cut-backs, see – 3 1999CUTTERS, CABLE, EXPLOSIVE – 1.4S 0070Cyanazine, see TRIAZINE PESTICIDE – – –Cyanide mixture, inorganic, solid, N.O.S., see P 6.1 1588CYANIDES, INORGANIC, SOLID, N.O.S. P 6.1 1588CYANIDE SOLUTION, N.O.S. P 6.1 1935Cyanides, organic, flammable, toxic, N.O.S., see – 3 3273Cyanides, organic, toxic, flammable, N.O.S., see – 6.1 3275Cyanides, organic, toxic, N.O.S., see – 6.1 3276Cyanoacetonitrile, see – 6.1 2647CYANOGEN – 2.3 1026CYANOGEN BROMIDE P 6.1 1889CYANOGEN CHLORIDE, STABILIZED P 2.3 1589Cyanophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –CYANURIC CHLORIDE – 8 2670CYCLOBUTANE – 2.1 2601CYCLOBUTYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 27441,5,9-CYCLODODECATRIENE P 6.1 2518CYCLOHEPTANE – 3 2241CYCLOHEPTATRIENE – 3 26031,3,5-Cycloheptatriene, see – 3 2603CYCLOHEPTENE – 3 22421,4-Cyclohexadienedione, see – 6.1 2587CYCLOHEXANE – 3 1145CYCLOHEXANETHIOL – 3 3054CYCLOHEXANONE – 3 191536 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Cyclohexanone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤32%, with inert solid)(exempt)Cyclohexanone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤72%, as a paste, withdiluent Type A, with or without water, available oxygen ≤9%), seeCyclohexanone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤72%, with diluent Type A,available oxygen ≤9%), see– – –– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3105Cyclohexanone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤91%, with water), see – 5.2 3104CYCLOHEXENE – 3 2256CYCLOHEXENYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1762Cycloheximide, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –CYCLOHEXYL ACETATE – 3 2243CYCLOHEXYLAMINE – 8 2357CYCLOHEXYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2488CYCLOHEXYL MERCAPTAN – 3 3054CYCLOHEXYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1763CYCLONITE AND CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINEMIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not less than 10% phlegmatizer,by massCYCLONITE AND CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINEMIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by massCYCLONITE AND HMX MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not less than10% phlegmatizer, by massCYCLONITE AND HMX MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15%water, by massCYCLONITE AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not lessthan 10% phlegmatizer, by massCYCLONITE AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than15% water, by mass– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391CYCLONITE, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0483CYCLONITE, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0072CYCLOOCTADIENEPHOSPHINES – 4.2 2940CYCLOOCTADIENES – 3 2520CYCLOOCTATETRAENE – 3 2358CYCLOPENTANE – 3 1146CYCLOPENTANOL – 3 2244CYCLOPENTANONE – 3 2245CYCLOPENTENE – 3 2246CYCLOPROPANE – 2.1 1027CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINE, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0484CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINE, WETTED with not lessthan 15% water, by massCYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE ANDCYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINE MIXTURE,DESENSITIZED with not less than 10% phlegmatizer, by massCYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE ANDCYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINE MIXTURE, WETTEDwith not less than 15% water, by mass– 1.1D 0226– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)37


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.CYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE AND HMX MIXTURE,DESENSITIZED with not less than 10% phlegmatizer, by massCYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE AND HMX MIXTURE, WETTEDwith not less than 15% water, by massCYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE,DESENSITIZED with not less than 10% phlegmatizer, by massCYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE,WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391CYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0483CYCLOTRIMETHYLENETRINITRAMINE, WETTED with not less than15% water, by mass– 1.1D 0072Cyhexatin, see ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE, P – –CYMENES P 3 2046Cymol, see P 3 2046Cypermethrin, see PYRETHROID PESTICIDE P – –2,4-D, see PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –DANGEROUS GOODS IN APPARATUS – 9 3363DANGEROUS GOODS IN MACHINERY – 9 3363Dazomet, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –2,4-DB, see PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –DDT, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –Deanol, see – 8 2051DECABORANE – 4.1 1868DECAHYDRONAPHTHALENES – 3 1147Decaldehyde, see P 9 3082Decalin, see – 3 1147(3R-3R,5aS,6S,8aS,9R,10R,12S,12aR**)-DECAHYDRO-10-METHOXY-3,6,9-TRIMETHYL-3,12-EPOXY-12H-PYRANO4,3-j-1,2-BENZODIOXEPIN)- 5.2 3106n-DECANE – 3 2247Decyl acrylate, see P 9 3082Decyloxytetrahydrothiophene dioxide , see Note 1 P – –DEF, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –DEFLAGRATING METAL SALTS OF AROMATIC NITRO-DERIVATIVES, N.O.S.– 1.3C 0132Demephion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Demeton, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Demeton-O, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Demeton-O-methyl, thiono isomer, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUSPESTICIDE– – –Demeton-S-methyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Demeton-S-methylsulphoxyd, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUSPESTICIDE– – –Depth charges, see – 1.1D 0056DESENSITIZED EXPLOSIVE, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 3 337938 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.DESENSITIZED EXPLOSIVE, SOLID, N.O.S. – 4.1 3380Desmediphan, see Note 1 P – –Detonating relays, see DETONATOR ASSEMBLIES,NON-ELECTRIC, for blasting or see DETONATORS,NON-ELECTRIC for blasting– – –DETONATOR ASSEMBLIES, NON-ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.1B 0360DETONATOR ASSEMBLIES, NON-ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.4B 0361DETONATOR ASSEMBLIES, NON-ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.4S 0500DETONATORS, ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.1B 0030DETONATORS, ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.4B 0255DETONATORS, ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.4S 0456DETONATORS FOR AMMUNITION – 1.1B 0073DETONATORS FOR AMMUNITION – 1.2B 0364DETONATORS FOR AMMUNITION – 1.4B 0365DETONATORS FOR AMMUNITION – 1.4S 0366DETONATORS, NON-ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.1B 0029DETONATORS, NON-ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.4B 0267DETONATORS, NON-ELECTRIC for blasting – 1.4S 0455DEUTERIUM, COMPRESSED – 2.1 1957DEVICES, SMALL, HYDROCARBON GAS POWERED – 2.1 3150Diacetone, see – 3 1148DIACETONE ALCOHOL – 3 1148Diacetone alcohol peroxides (concentration ≤57%, with diluent Type Band water, hydrogen peroxide ≤9%, available oxygen ≤10%), see– 5.2 3115Diacetyl, see – 3 2346Diacetyl peroxide (concentration ≤27%, with diluent Type B), see – 5.2 3115Dialifos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Diallate, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –DIALLYLAMINE – 3 2359DIALLYL ETHER – 3 2360Diamine, aqueous solution, see – 6.1 3293Diaminobenzenes (ortho-; meta-; para-), see – 6.1 16734,4′-DIAMINODIPHENYLMETHANE P 6.1 26511,2-Diaminoethane, see – 8 16041,6-Diaminohexane, solid, see – 8 22801,6-Diaminohexane solution, see – 8 1783Diaminopropylamine, see – 8 2269DI-n-AMYLAMINE – 3 2841Di-tert-amyl peroxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 31072,2-Di-(tert-amylperoxy)butane (concentration ≤57%, with diluentType A)1,1-Di-(tert-amylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration ≤82%, with diluentType A), see– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3103Diazinon, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)39


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.DIAZODINITROPHENOL, WETTED with not less than 40% water ormixture of alcohol and water, by mass– 1.1A 00742-Diazo-1-naphthol-4-sulphonic acid ester (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 32262-Diazo-1-naphthol-5-sulphonic acid ester (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 32262-Diazo-1-naphthol-4-sulphonyl chloride (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 32222-Diazo-1-naphthol-5-sulphonyl chloride (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3222Dibenzopyridine, see – 6.1 2713Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤35%, with inert solid) (exempt) – – –Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration >35–52%, with inert solid), see – 5.2 3106Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration >36–42%, with diluent Type A andwater), seeDibenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤42% as a stable dispersionin water), see– 5.2 3107– 5.2 3109Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration >51–100%, with inert solid), see – 5.2 3102Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤52%, as a paste, with diluentType A, with or without water), seeDibenzoyl peroxide (concentration >52–62%, as a paste, with diluentType A, with or without water), see– 5.2 3108– 5.2 3106Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤56.5% as a paste, with water), see – 5.2 3108Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤62%, with inert solid and water),see– 5.2 3106Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤77%, with water), see – 5.2 3104Dibenzoyl peroxide (concentration >77–94%, with water), see – 5.2 3102DIBENZYLDICHLOROSILANE – 8 2434DIBORANE – 2.3 19111,3-Dibromobenzene, see P 9 30821,2-DIBROMOBUTAN-3-ONE – 6.1 26481,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (pesticides), seeDIBROMOCHLOROPROPANES– 6.1 2872DIBROMOCHLOROPROPANES – 6.1 2872DIBROMODIFLUOROMETHANE – 9 19411,2-Dibromoethane, see – 6.1 1605DIBROMOMETHANE – 6.1 26642,5-Dibutoxy-4-(4-morpholinyl)benzenediazoniumtetrachlorozincate (2:1) (concentration 100%), see– 4.1 3228DI-n-BUTYLAMINE – 8 2248Dibutylaminoethanol, see – 6.1 28732-Dibutylaminoethanol, see – 6.1 2873DI-BUTYLAMINOETHANOL – 6.1 28731,4-Di-tert-butylbenzene, see P 9 3077Di-(4-tert-butylcyclohexyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤42%,as a stable dispersion in water), seeDi-(4-tert-butylcyclohexyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤100%),see– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3114DIBUTYL ETHERS – 3 1149Di-normal-butyl ketone, see P 3 122440 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Di-tert-butyl peroxide (concentration ≤52%, with diluent Type B), see – 5.2 3109Di-tert-butyl peroxide (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 3107Di-tert-butyl peroxyazelate (concentration ≤52%, with diluent Type A),see2,2-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)butane (concentration ≤52%, with diluentType A), see1,6-Di-(tert-butylperoxycarbonyloxy)hexane (concentration ≤72%,with diluent Type A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration ≤13%, withdiluents Type A and B), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration ≤27%, withdiluent Type A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration ≤42%, withdiluent Type A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration ≤42%,with diluent Type A and inert solid), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration >42–52%,with diluent Type A)1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration >52–80%,with diluent Type A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration ≤72%,with diluent Type B)– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3109– 5.2 3107– 5.2 3109– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3103– 5.2 31031,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane (concentration >80–100%), see – 5.2 31011,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexane + tert-butyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate (concentration ≤43% + ≤16%, with diluent Type A)Di-n-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤27%, with diluentType B), seeDi-n-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration >27–52%, with diluentType B), seeDi-n-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤42% as a stabledispersion in water (frozen)), seeDi-sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤52%, with diluentType B), see– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3117– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3118– 5.2 3115Di-sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 3113Di-(2-tert-butylperoxyisopropyl)benzene(s) (concentration ≤42%,with inert solid) (exempt)Di-(tert-butylperoxyisopropyl)benzene(s) (concentration >42–100%,with inert solid), seeDi-(tert-butylperoxy) phthalate (concentration ≤42%, with diluentType A), seeDi-(tert-butylperoxy) phthalate (concentration >42–52%, with diluentType A), seeDi-(tert-butylperoxy) phthalate (concentration ≤52%, as a paste withdiluent Type A, with or without water), see2,2-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)propane (concentration ≤42%, with diluentType A, with inert solid), see2,2-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)propane (concentration ≤52% with diluentType A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration ≤32%, with diluents Type A and B), see– – –– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3107– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3107IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)41


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration ≤57%, with diluent Type A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration ≤57%, with inert solid), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration >57–90%, with diluent Type A), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type B), see1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration ≤90%, with diluent Type B)1,1-Di-(tert-butylperoxy)-3,3,5-trimethyl cyclohexane(concentration >90–100%), see– 5.2 3107– 5.2 3110– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3103– 5.2 31012,4-Di-tert-butylphenol, see Note 1 – – –2,6-Di-tert-butylphenol, see Note 1 – – –Di-n-butyl phthalate, see P 9 3082Dicetyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤42% as a stable dispersionin water), see– 5.2 3119Dicetyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3116Dichlofenthion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –1,1-DICHLORO-1-NITROETHANE – 6.1 2650DICHLOROACETIC ACID – 8 17641,3-DICHLOROACETONE – 6.1 2649DICHLOROACETYL CHLORIDE – 8 1765DICHLOROANILINES, LIQUID P 6.1 1590DICHLOROANILINES, SOLID P 6.1 34421,2-Dichlorobenzene, see – 6.1 15911,3-Dichlorobenzene, see P 6.1 28101,4-Dichlorobenzene, see P 9 3082meta-Dichlorobenzene, see P 6.1 2810o-DICHLOROBENZENE – 6.1 1591para-Dichlorobenzene, see P 9 3082Di-(4-chlorobenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤32%, with inert solid)(exempt)Di-4-chlorobenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤52%, as a paste,with diluent Type A, with or without water), see– – –– 5.2 3106Di-4-chlorobenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤77%, with water), see – 5.2 31022,2′-DICHLORODIETHYL ETHER – 6.1 1916DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 1028DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE AND DIFLUOROETHANEAZEOTROPIC MIXTURE with approximately 74%dichloro-difluoromethane– 2.2 2602Dichlorodifluoromethane and ethylene oxide mixture, see – 2.2 3070DICHLORODIMETHYL ETHER, SYMMETRICAL – 6.1 22491,1-DICHLOROETHANE – 3 23621,2-Dichloroethane, see – 3 11841,1-Dichloroethylene, stabilized, see P 3 130342 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.1,2-DICHLOROETHYLENE – 3 1150Di-(2-chloroethyl) ether, see – 6.1 1916DICHLOROFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 10291,6-Dichlorohexane, see P 9 3082alpha-Dichlorohydrin, see – 6.1 2750DICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID, DRY – 5.1 2465DICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID, SALTS – 5.1 2465Dichloroisopropyl alcohol, see – 6.1 2750DICHLOROISOPROPYL ETHER – 6.1 2490DICHLOROMETHANE – 6.1 1593DICHLOROPENTANES – 3 1152Dichlorophenols, liquid, see – 6.1 2021Dichlorophenols, solid, see – 6.1 2020DICHLOROPHENYL ISOCYANATES – 6.1 2250DICHLOROPHENYLTRICHLOROSILANE P 8 17661,1-Dichloropropane, see – 3 19931,2-DICHLOROPROPANE – 3 12791,3-Dichloropropane, see – 3 19931,3-DICHLOROPROPANOL-2 – 6.1 27501,3-Dichloro-2-propanone, see – 6.1 2649DICHLOROPROPENES – 3 2047DICHLOROSILANE – 2.3 21891,2-DICHLORO-1,1,2,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 1958Dichloro-s-triazine-2,4,6-trione – 5.1 2465Dichlorvos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Diclofop-methyl, see Note 1 P – –Dicoumarol, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –Dicrotophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Dicumyl peroxide (concentration ≤52%, with inert solid) (exempt) – – –Dicumyl peroxide (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 31101,4-Dicyanobutane, see – 6.1 2205Dicyanogen, see – 2.3 1026Dicycloheptadiene, stabilized, see – 3 2251DICYCLOHEXYLAMINE – 8 2565Dicyclohexylamine nitrite, see – 4.1 2687DICYCLOHEXYLAMMONIUM NITRITE – 4.1 2687Dicyclohexyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤42% as a stabledispersion in water), see– 5.2 3119Dicyclohexyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤91%, with water), see – 5.2 3114Dicyclohexyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration >91–100%), see – 5.2 3112DICYCLOPENTADIENE – 3 2048Didecanoyl peroxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 31142,2-Di-(4,4-di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexyl)propane(concentration ≤22%, with water), see– 5.2 3107IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)43


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.2,2-Di-(4,4-di-(tert-butylperoxy)cyclohexyl)propane(concentration ≤42%, with inert solid), see– 5.2 3106Di-2,4-dichlorobenzoyl peroxide (concentration ≤52%, as a paste) – 5.2 3118Di-(2,4-dichlorobenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤52%, as a paste,with silicon oil), seeDi-(2,4-dichlorobenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤77%, with water),see– 5.2 3106– 5.2 31021,2-DI(DIMETHYLAMINO)ETHANE – 3 2372DIDYMIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1465Dieldrin, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –DIESEL FUEL – 3 12021,1-Diethoxyethane, see – 3 10881,2-Diethoxyethane, see – 3 1153Di-(2-ethoxyethyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤52%, withdiluent Type B), see– 5.2 3115DIETHOXYMETHANE – 3 23732,5-Diethoxy-4-morpholinobenzenediazonium tetrafluoroborate(concentration 100%), see2,5-Diethoxy-4-morpholinobenzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 66%), see2,5-Diethoxy-4-morpholinobenzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 67–100%), see2,5-Diethoxy-4-(4-morpholinyl)benzenediazonium sulphate(concentration 100%), see2,5-Diethoxy-4-(phenylsulphonyl)benzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 67%), see– 4.1 3236– 4.1 3236– 4.1 3236– 4.1 3226– 4.1 32363,3-DIETHOXYPROPENE – 3 2374Diethylacetaldehyde, see – 3 1178DIETHYLAMINE – 3 11541-Diethylamino-4-aminopentane, see – 6.1 2946Diethylaminoethanol, see – 8 26862-DIETHYLAMINOETHANOL – 8 26863-DIETHYLAMINOPROPYLAMINE – 3 2684N,N-DIETHYLANILINE – 6.1 2432DIETHYLBENZENES – 3 2049Diethyl carbinol, see – 3 1105DIETHYL CARBONATE – 3 2366DIETHYLDICHLOROSILANE – 8 1767Diethylenediamine, see – 8 2579Diethylenediamine, solid, see – 8 25791,4-Diethylene dioxide, see – 3 1165Diethyleneglycol bis(allyl carbonate) + di-isopropyl peroxydicarbonate(concentration ≥88% + ≤12%), seeDIETHYLENEGLYCOL DINITRATE, DESENSITIZED with not less than25% non-volatile water-insoluble phlegmatizer, by mass– 4.1 3237– 1.1D 0075Diethylene oxide, see – 3 116544 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.DIETHYLENETRIAMINE – 8 2079N,N-Diethylethanolamine, see – 8 2686DIETHYL ETHER – 3 1155N,N-DIETHYLETHYLENEDIAMINE – 8 2685Diethyl formal, see – 3 2373Di-(2-ethylhexyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤52%, as a stabledispersion in water (frozen)), seeDi-(2-ethylhexyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤62%, as a stabledispersion in water), seeDi-(2-ethylhexyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤77%, with diluentType B), see– 5.2 3120– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115Di-(2-ethylhexyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration >77–100%), see – 5.2 3113Di-(2-ethylhexyl)phosphoric acid, see – 8 1902DIETHYL KETONE – 3 1156Diethyl oxalate, see – 6.1 2525N,N-Diethyl-1,3-propanediamine, see – 3 2684DIETHYL SULPHATE – 6.1 1594DIETHYL SULPHIDE – 3 2375DIETHYLTHIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE – 8 2751Diethylzinc, see – 4.2 3394Difenacoum, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –Difenzoquat, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –2,4-Difluoroaniline, see – 6.1 2941Difluorochloroethane, see – 2.1 2517Difluorodibromomethane, see – 9 19411,1-DIFLUOROETHANE – 2.1 1030Difluoroethane and dichlorodifluoromethane, azeotropicmixture with approximately 74% dichlorodifluoromethane, seeDICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE AND DIFLUOROETHANE,AZEOTROPIC MIXTURE– – –1,1-DIFLUOROETHYLENE – 2.1 1959DIFLUOROMETHANE – 2.1 3252DIFLUOROPHOSPHORIC ACID, ANHYDROUS – 8 17682,2-Dihydroperoxypropane (concentration ≤27%, with inert solid), see – 5.2 31022,3-DIHYDROPYRAN – 3 2376meta-Dihydroxybenzene, see – 6.1 2876Di-(1-hydroxycyclohexyl) peroxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3106DIISOBUTYLAMINE – 3 2361DIISOBUTYLENES, ISOMERIC COMPOUNDS – 3 2050DIISOBUTYL KETONE – 3 1157Diisobutyryl peroxide (concentration ≤32%, with diluent Type B), see – 5.2 3115Diisobutyryl peroxide (concentration >32–52%, with diluent Type A),see– 5.2 3111DIISOOCTYL ACID PHOSPHATE – 8 1902Diisopropyl, see – 3 2457IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)45


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.DIISOPROPYLAMINE – 3 1158Diisopropylbenzene dihydroperoxide (concentration ≤82%, with diluentType A and water), see– 5.2 3106Diisopropylbenzenes, see P 9 3082DIISOPROPYL ETHER – 3 1159Diisopropylnaphthalenes, mixed isomers, see P 9 3082Diisopropyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤32%, with diluentType A), seeDiisopropyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤52%, with diluentType B), see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3115Diisopropyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration >52–100%), see – 5.2 3112DIKETENE, STABILIZED – 6.1 2521Dilauroyl peroxide (concentration ≤42%, as a stable dispersion inwater), see– 5.2 3109Dilauroyl peroxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3106Dimefox, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Dimetan, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –Dimethoate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Di-(3-methoxybutyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤52%, withdiluent Type B), see– 5.2 31151,1-DIMETHOXYETHANE – 3 23771,2-DIMETHOXYETHANE – 3 2252Dimethoxymethane, see – 3 12342,5-Dimethoxy-4-(4-methylphenylsulphonyl)benzene diazonium zincchloride (concentration 79%), see– 4.1 3236Dimethoxystrychnine, see – 6.1 1570Dimethyl acetal, see – 3 23771,1-Dimethylacetone, see – 3 2397Dimethylacetylene, see – 3 1144DIMETHYLAMINE, ANHYDROUS – 2.1 1032DIMETHYLAMINE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 3 11602-DIMETHYLAMINOACETONITRILE – 3 23784-(Dimethylamino)benzenediazonium trichlorozincate(–1)(concentration 100%), see4-Dimethylamino-6-(2-dimethylaminoethoxy)toluene-2-diazonium zincchloride (concentration 100%), see– 4.1 3228– 4.1 32362-DIMETHYLAMINOETHANOL – 8 20512-DIMETHYLAMINOETHYL ACRYLATE – 6.1 33022-DIMETHYLAMINOETHYL METHACRYLATE – 6.1 2522N,N-DIMETHYLANILINE – 6.1 22533,4-Dimethylaniline, see – 6.1 1711Dimethylarsinic acid, see – 6.1 1572Dimethylbenzenes, see – 3 1307Di-(2-methylbenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤87%, with water), see – 5.2 311246 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Di-(3-methylbenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤20%), with benzoyl(3-methylbenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤18%), with dibenzoylperoxide (concentration ≤4%) and diluent Type B, seeDi-(4-methylbenzoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤52%, as a paste withsilicon oil), see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3106Dimethylbenzylamine, see – 8 2619N,N-Dimethylbenzylamine, see – 8 26192,3-DIMETHYLBUTANE – 3 24571,3-DIMETHYLBUTYLAMINE – 3 2379DIMETHYLCARBAMOYL CHLORIDE – 8 2262Dimethyl carbinol, see – 3 1219DIMETHYL CARBONATE – 3 1161DIMETHYLCYCLOHEXANES – 3 2263N,N-DIMETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE – 8 22642,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(benzoylperoxy)hexane (concentration ≤82%, withinert solid), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(benzoylperoxy)hexane (concentration ≤82%, withwater), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(benzoylperoxy)hexane (concentration >82–100%),see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexane (concentration ≤47%, asa paste), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexane (concentration ≤52%,with diluent Type A), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexane (concentration >52–90%),see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexane (concentration ≤77%,with inert solid), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexane (concentration>90–100%), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexyne-3 (concentration ≤52%,with inert solid), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexyne-3(concentration >52–86%, with diluent Type A), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(tert-butylperoxy)hexyne-3(concentration >86–100%), see– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3104– 5.2 3102– 5.2 3108– 5.2 3109– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3108– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3103– 5.2 3101DIMETHYLDICHLOROSILANE – 3 1162DIMETHYLDIETHOXYSILANE – 3 23802,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(2-ethylhexanoylperoxy)hexane(concentration ≤100%), see2,5-Dimethyl-2,5-dihydroperoxyhexane (concentration ≤82%, withwater), see– 5.2 3113– 5.2 3104DIMETHYLDIOXANES – 3 2707DIMETHYL DISULPHIDE – 3 23812,5-Dimethyl-2,5-di-(3,5,5-trimethylhexanoyl peroxy) hexane(concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3105N,N-Dimethyldodecylamine, see Note 1 P – –Dimethyleneimine, stabilized, see – 6.1 1185IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)47


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Dimethylethanolamine, see – 8 2051DIMETHYL ETHER – 2.1 1033N,N-DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE – 3 2265N,N-Dimethylglycinonitrile, see – 3 2378Dimethylglyoxal, see – 3 23462,6-Dimethyl-4-heptanone, see – 3 11571,1-Dimethylhydrazine, see P 6.1 11631,2-Dimethylhydrazine, see P 6.1 2382DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE, SYMMETRICAL P 6.1 2382DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE, UNSYMMETRICAL P 6.1 11631,1-Dimethyl-3-hydroxybutyl peroxyneoheptanoate(concentration ≤52%, with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3117Dimethyl ketone, see – 3 1090Dimethyl ketone solutions, see – 3 1090N,N-Dimethyl-4-nitrosoaniline, see – 4.2 1369para-Dimethylnitrosoaniline, see – 4.2 1369Dimethylphenols, liquid, see – 6.1 3430Dimethylphenols, solid, see – 6.1 2261Dimethyl phosphorochlorodithionate, see – 6.1 22672,2-DIMETHYLPROPANE – 2.1 2044DIMETHYL-N-PROPYLAMINE – 3 2266Dimethyl-n-propylamine, see – 3 2266Dimethyl normal-propyl carbinol, see – 3 2560DIMETHYL SULPHATE – 6.1 1595DIMETHYL SULPHIDE – 3 1164DIMETHYL THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE – 6.1 2267Dimethylzinc, see – 4.2 3394Dimetilan, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –Dimexano, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –Dimyristyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤42%, as a stabledispersion in water), see– 5.2 3119Dimyristyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3116Di-(2-neodecanoylperoxyisopropyl)benzene (concentration ≤52%,with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3115DINGU – 1.1D 0489DINITROANILINES – 6.1 1596DINITROBENZENES, LIQUID – 6.1 1597DINITROBENZENES, SOLID – 6.1 3443Dinitrochlorobenzenes, liquid, see P 6.1 1577Dinitrochlorobenzenes, solid, see P 6.1 3441DINITRO-o-CRESOL P 6.1 1598Dinitrogen oxide, see – 2.2 1070Dinitrogen oxide, refrigerated liquid, see – 2.2 2201DINITROGEN TETROXIDE – 2.3 106748 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Dinitrogen tetroxide and nitric oxide mixtures, see NITRIC OXIDE ANDDINITROGEN TETROXIDE MIXTURE– – –Dinitrogen trioxide, see – 2.3 2421DINITROGLYCOLURIL – 1.1D 0489Dinitrophenates (class 1), see P 1.3C 0077Dinitrophenates, wetted, see P 4.1 1321DINITROPHENOLATES alkali metals, dry or wetted with less than 15%water, by massDINITROPHENOLATES, WETTED with not less than 15% water,by massP 1.3C 0077P 4.1 1321DINITROPHENOL dry or wetted with less than 15% water, by mass P 1.1D 0076DINITROPHENOL SOLUTION P 6.1 1599DINITROPHENOL, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass P 4.1 1320DINITRORESORCINOL dry or wetted with less than 15% water,by massDINITRORESORCINOL, WETTED with not less than 15% water,by mass– 1.1D 0078– 4.1 1322DINITROSOBENZENE – 1.3C 0406N,N′-Dinitroso-N,N′-dimethylterephthalamide, as a paste(concentration 72%), see– 4.1 3224N,N′-Dinitrosopentamethylenetetramine (concentration 82%), see – 4.1 3224Dinitrotoluene mixed with sodium chlorate, see – 1.1D 0083DINITROTOLUENES, LIQUID – 6.1 2038DINITROTOLUENES, MOLTEN – 6.1 1600DINITROTOLUENES, SOLID – 6.1 3454Dinobuton, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE P – –Di-n-nonanoyl peroxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3116Dinoseb, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE P – –Dinoseb acetate, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE P – –Dinoterb, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE – – –Dinoterb acetate, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE – – –Di-n-octanoyl peroxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3114Dioxacarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –DIOXANE – 3 1165Dioxathion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –DIOXOLANE – 3 1166DIPENTENE P 3 2052Di-normal-pentylamine, see – 3 2841Diphacinone, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –Di-(2-phenoxyethyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤85%,with water), see– 5.2 3106Di-(2-phenoxyethyl) peroxydicarbonate (concentration >85–100%), see – 5.2 3102Diphenyl, see P 9 3077DIPHENYLAMINE CHLOROARSINE P 6.1 1698Diphenylbromomethane, see – 8 1770IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)49


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.DIPHENYLCHLOROARSINE, LIQUID P 6.1 1699DIPHENYLCHLOROARSINE, SOLID P 6.1 3450DIPHENYLDICHLOROSILANE – 8 1769DIPHENYLMETHYL BROMIDE – 8 1770Diphenyloxide-4,4′-disulphonylhydrazide (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3226DIPICRYLAMINE – 1.1D 0079DIPICRYL SULPHIDE dry or wetted with less than 10% water, by mass – 1.1D 0401DIPICRYL SULPHIDE, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 2852Di-2-propenylamine, see – 3 2359Dipropionyl peroxide (concentration ≤27%, with diluent Type B), see – 5.2 3117DIPROPYLAMINE – 3 2383Di-normal-propylamine, see – 3 23834-Dipropylaminobenzenediazonium zinc chloride (concentration 100%),see– 4.1 3226Dipropylenetriamine, see – 8 2269DI-n-PROPYL ETHER – 3 2384DIPROPYL KETONE – 3 2710Di-n-propyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤77%, with diluentType B), see– 5.2 3113Di-n-propyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3113Diquat, see BIPYRIDILIUM PESTICIDE – – –DISINFECTANT, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 1903DISINFECTANT, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3142DISINFECTANT, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 1601DISODIUM TRIOXOSILICATE – 8 3253Disodium trioxosilicate pentahydrate, see – 8 3253Disuccinic acid peroxide (concentration ≤72%, with water), see – 5.2 3116Disuccinic acid peroxide (concentration >72–100%), see – 5.2 3102Disulfoton, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Disulphuric acid, see – 8 1831Disulphuryl chloride, see – 8 1817Di-(3,5,5-trimethylhexanoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤38%,with diluent Type A), seeDi-(3,5,5-trimethylhexanoyl) peroxide (concentration >52–82%,with diluent Type A), seeDi-(3,5,5-trimethylhexanoyl) peroxide (concentration ≤52%,as a stable dispersion in water), seeDi-(3,5,5-trimethylhexanoyl) peroxide (concentration >38-52%,with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3119- 5.2 3119DIVINYL ETHER, STABILIZED – 3 1167Divinyl oxide, stabilized, see – 3 1167Divinyl, stabilized, see – 2.1 1010DNOC, see P 6.1 1598DNOC (pesticide), see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE P – –Dodecahydrodiphenylamine, see – 8 256550 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Dodecene, see – 3 28501-Dodecylamine, see Note 1 P – –Dodecyl diphenyl oxide disulphonate, see P 9 3077Dodecyl hydroxypropyl sulphide, see Note 1 P – –Dodecylphenol, see P 8 3145DODECYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1771Drazoxolon, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –DRY ICE – 9 1845DYE INTERMEDIATE, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 2801DYE INTERMEDIATE, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 1602DYE INTERMEDIATE, SOLID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 3147DYE INTERMEDIATE, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3143DYE, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 2801DYE, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 1602DYE, SOLID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 3147DYE, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3143Dynamite, see – 1.1D 0081Edifenphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Electric storage batteries, see BATTERIES – – –Electrolyte (acid) for batteries, see – 8 2796Electrolyte (alkaline) for batteries, see – 8 2797ELEVATED TEMPERATURE LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. withflashpoint above 60°C, at or above its flashpointELEVATED TEMPERATURE LIQUID, N.O.S. at or above 100°C andbelow its flashpoint (including molten metals, molten salts, etc.)– 3 3256– 9 3257ELEVATED TEMPERATURE SOLID, N.O.S. at or above 240°C – 9 3258Enamel, see PAINT – – –Endosulfan, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –Endothal-sodium, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –Endothion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Endrin, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –ENGINE, FUEL CELL, FLAMMABLE GAS POWERED – 9 3166ENGINE, FUEL CELL, FLAMMABLE LIQUID POWERED – 9 3166ENGINE, INTERNAL COMBUSTION – 9 3166Engines, rocket, see ROCKET MOTORS WITH HYPERGOLIC LIQUIDS – – –ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 9 3082ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, SOLID, N.O.S. – 9 3077EPIBROMOHYDRIN P 6.1 2558EPICHLOROHYDRIN P 6.1 2023EPN, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –1,2-Epoxybutane, stabilized, see – 3 30221,2-Epoxyethane, see – 2.3 1040IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)51


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.1,2-Epoxyethane with nitrogen up to a total pressure of 1 MPa (10 bar)at 50°C, see– 2.3 10401,2-EPOXY-3-ETHOXYPROPANE – 3 27522,3-Epoxy-1-propanal, see – 3 26221,2-Epoxypropane, see – 3 12802,3-Epoxypropionaldehyde, see – 3 26222,3-Epoxypropyl ethyl ether, see – 3 2752Esfenvalerate, see Note 1 P – –ESTERS, N.O.S. – 3 3272Ethanal, see – 3 1089ETHANE – 2.1 1035ETHANE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.1 1961Ethanethiol, see P 3 2363Ethanoic anhydride, see – 8 1715ETHANOL – 3 1170ETHANOLAMINE – 8 2491ETHANOLAMINE SOLUTION – 8 2491ETHANOL AND GASOLINE MIXTURE, with more than 10% ethanol – 3 3475ETHANOL AND MOTOR SPIRIT MIXTURE, with more than 10% ethanol – 3 3475ETHANOL AND PETROL MIXTURE, with more than 10% ethanol – 3 3475ETHANOL SOLUTION – 3 1170Ethanoyl chloride, see – 3 1717Ether, see – 3 1155ETHERS, N.O.S. – 3 3271Ethion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Ethoate-methyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Ethoprophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –2-(N,N-Ethoxycarbonylphenylamino)-3-methoxy-4-(N-methyl-Ncyclohexylamino)benzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 62%), see2-(N,N-Ethoxycarbonylphenylamino)-3-methoxy-4-(N-methyl-Ncyclohexylamino)benzenediazonium zinc chloride(concentration 63–92%), see– 4.1 3236– 4.1 32362-Ethoxyethanol, see – 3 11712-Ethoxyethyl acetate, see – 3 11721-Ethoxypropane, see – 3 26153-Ethoxy-1-propene, see – 3 2335ETHYL ACETATE – 3 1173Ethylacetic acid, see – 8 2820Ethylacetone, see – 3 1249ETHYLACETYLENE, STABILIZED – 2.1 2452ETHYL ACRYLATE, STABILIZED – 3 1917Ethylal, see – 3 2373ETHYL ALCOHOL – 3 1170ETHYL ALCOHOL SOLUTION – 3 117052 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Ethyl aldehyde, see – 3 1089Ethyl allyl ether, see – 3 2335ETHYLAMINE – 2.1 1036ETHYLAMINE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not less than 50% but notmore than 70% ethylamine– 3 2270ETHYL AMYL KETONES – 3 2271Ethyl normal-amyl ketone, see - 3 22712-ETHYLANILINE – 6.1 2273N-ETHYLANILINE – 6.1 2272ortho-Ethylaniline, see – 6.1 2273ETHYLBENZENE – 3 1175Ethylbenzol, see – 3 1175N-ETHYL-N-BENZYLANILINE – 6.1 2274N-ETHYLBENZYLTOLUIDINES, LIQUID – 6.1 2753N-ETHYLBENZYLTOLUIDINES, SOLID – 6.1 3460ETHYL BORATE – 3 1176ETHYL BROMIDE – 6.1 1891ETHYL BROMOACETATE – 6.1 1603Ethyl butanoate, see – 3 11802-ETHYLBUTANOL – 3 22752-ETHYLBUTYL ACETATE – 3 11772-Ethylbutyl alcohol, see – 3 2275ETHYL BUTYL ETHER – 3 11792-ETHYLBUTYRALDEHYDE – 3 1178ETHYL BUTYRATE – 3 1180Ethyl carbonate, see – 3 2366ETHYL CHLORIDE – 2.1 1037ETHYL CHLOROACETATE – 6.1 1181Ethyl chlorocarbonate, see – 6.1 1182Ethyl chloroethanoate, see – 6.1 1181ETHYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 1182ETHYL 2-CHLOROPROPIONATE – 3 2935ETHYL CHLOROTHIOFORMATE P 8 2826ETHYL CROTONATE – 3 1862Ethyl cyanide, see – 3 2404Ethyl 3,3-di-(tert-amylperoxy)butyrate (concentration ≤67%,with diluent Type A), seeEthyl 3,3-di-(tert-butylperoxy)butyrate (concentration ≤52%,with inert solid), seeEthyl 3,3-di-(tert-butylperoxy)butyrate (concentration ≤77%,with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3105– 5.2 3106– 5.2 3105Ethyl 3,3-di-(tert-butylperoxy)butyrate (concentration >77–100%), see – 5.2 3103ETHYLDICHLOROARSINE P 6.1 1892ETHYLDICHLOROSILANE – 4.3 1183IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)53


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ETHYLENE – 2.1 1962ETHYLENE, ACETYLENE AND PROPYLENE MIXTURE,REFRIGERATED LIQUID containing at least 71.5% ethylene, with notmore than 22.5% acetylene and not more than 6% propylene– 2.1 3138Ethylene chloride, see – 3 1184ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN – 6.1 1135ETHYLENEDIAMINE – 8 1604ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE – 6.1 1605Ethylene dibromide and methyl bromide mixture, liquid, see P 6.1 1647ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE – 3 1184Ethylene fluoride, see – 2.1 1030ETHYLENE GLYCOL DIETHYL ETHER – 3 1153Ethylene glycol dimethyl ether, see – 3 2252ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOETHYL ETHER – 3 1171ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOETHYL ETHER ACETATE – 3 1172ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER – 3 1188ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ACETATE – 3 1189ETHYLENEIMINE, STABILIZED – 6.1 1185ETHYLENE OXIDE – 2.3 1040ETHYLENE OXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURE with more than87% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURE with more than9% but not more than 87% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE MIXTURE with not morethan 9% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND CHLOROTETRAFLUOROETHANE MIXTUREwith not more than 8.8% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND DICHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE MIXTUREwith not more than 12.5% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND PENTAFLUOROETHANE MIXTURE with notmore than 7.9% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND PROPYLENE OXIDE MIXTURE with not morethan 30% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE AND TETRAFLUOROETHANE MIXTURE with notmore than 5.6% ethylene oxideETHYLENE OXIDE WITH NITROGEN up to a total pressure of1 MPa (10 bar) at 50°C– 2.3 3300– 2.1 1041– 2.2 1952– 2.2 3297– 2.2 3070– 2.2 3298– 3 2983– 2.2 3299– 2.3 1040ETHYLENE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.1 1038Ethyl ethanoate, see – 3 1173ETHYL ETHER – 3 1155Ethyl fluid, see P 6.1 1649ETHYL FLUORIDE – 2.1 2453ETHYL FORMATE – 3 1190Ethyl glycol, see – 3 1171Ethyl glycol acetate, see – 3 11722-Ethylhexaldehyde, see – 3 11913-Ethylhexaldehyde, see – 3 119154 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.2-Ethylhexanal, see – 3 11913-Ethylhexanal, see – 3 11911-(2-Ethylhexanoylperoxy)-1,3-dimethylbutyl peroxypivalate(concentration ≤52%, with diluents Type A and B), see– 5.2 31152-ETHYLHEXYLAMINE – 3 22762-ETHYLHEXYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 27482-Ethylhexyl nitrate, see Note 1 P – –Ethyl hydrosulphide, see P 3 2363Ethylidene chloride, see – 3 2362Ethylidene dichloride, see – 3 2362Ethylidene diethyl ether, see – 3 1088Ethylidene difluoride, see – 2.1 1030Ethylidene dimethyl ether, see – 3 2377Ethylidene fluoride, see – 2.1 1030ETHYL ISOBUTYRATE – 3 2385ETHYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2481Ethyl isopropyl ether, see – 3 2615ETHYL LACTATE – 3 1192ETHYL MERCAPTAN P 3 2363ETHYL METHACRYLATE, STABILIZED – 3 2277Ethyl methanoate, see – 3 11901-Ethyl-2-methylbenzene, see Note 1 P – –ETHYL METHYL ETHER – 2.1 1039ETHYL METHYL KETONE – 3 1193Ethyl 2-methylpropanoate, see – 3 2385ETHYL NITRITE (transport prohibited) – – –ETHYL NITRITE SOLUTION – 3 1194ETHYL ORTHOFORMATE – 3 2524ETHYL OXALATE – 6.1 2525Ethylphenylamine, see – 6.1 2272N-Ethyl-N-phenylbenzylamine, see – 6.1 2274ETHYLPHENYLDICHLOROSILANE – 8 24355-Ethyl-2-picoline, see – 6.1 23001-ETHYLPIPERIDINE – 3 2386N-Ethylpiperidine, see – 3 2386Ethyl propenoate, stabilized, see – 3 1917ETHYL PROPIONATE – 3 1195ETHYL PROPYL ETHERS – 3 2615Ethyl secondary-amyl ketone, see – 3 2271Ethyl silicate, see – 3 1292Ethyl sulphate, see – 6.1 1594Ethyl sulphide, see – 3 2375Ethyl tetraphosphate, see P 6.1 1611IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)55


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Ethyl thioalcohol, see P 3 2363Ethylthioethane, see – 3 2375N-ETHYLTOLUIDINES – 6.1 2754ETHYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 3 1196Ethyl vinyl ether, see – 3 1302Explosive articles, N.O.S., see ARTICLES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – – –EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE A – 1.1D 0081EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE B – 1.1D 0082EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE B – 1.5D 0331EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE C – 1.1D 0083EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE D – 1.1D 0084EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE E – 1.1D 0241EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE E – 1.5D 0332Explosive, seismic, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPES A to D – – –Explosives, emulsion, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE E – – –Explosive, slurry, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE E – – –Explosive substances, N.O.S., see SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – – –Explosive train components, N.O.S., see COMPONENTS,EXPLOSIVE TRAIN, N.O.S.– – –Explosive, watergel, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE E – – –EXTRACTS, AROMATIC, LIQUID – 3 1169EXTRACTS, FLAVOURING, LIQUID – 3 1197FABRICS, ANIMAL, N.O.S. with oil – 4.2 1373FABRICS IMPREGNATED WITH WEAKLY NITRATEDNITROCELLULOSE, N.O.S.– 4.1 1353FABRICS, SYNTHETIC, N.O.S. with oil – 4.2 1373FABRICS, VEGETABLE, N.O.S. with oil – 4.2 1373Fenaminosulf, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –Fenaminphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Fenbutatin oxide, see Note 1 P – –Fenitrothion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Fenoxapro-ethyl, see Note 1 P – –Fenoxaprop-P-ethyl, see Note 1 P – –Fenpropathrin, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –Fensulfothion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Fenthion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Fentin acetate, see ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE P – –Fentin hydroxide, see ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE P – –Fermentation amyl alcohol, see – 3 1201FERRIC ARSENATE P 6.1 1606FERRIC ARSENITE P 6.1 1607FERRIC CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS – 8 1773FERRIC CHLORIDE SOLUTION – 8 258256 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.FERRIC NITRATE – 5.1 1466Ferric perchloride, anhydrous, see – 8 1773Ferric perchloride solution, see – 8 2582FERROCERIUM – 4.1 1323FERROSILICON with 30% or more but less than 90% silicon – 4.3 1408FERROUS ARSENATE P 6.1 1608FERROUS METAL BORINGS in a form liable to self-heating – 4.2 2793FERROUS METAL CUTTINGS in a form liable to self-heating – 4.2 2793FERROUS METAL SHAVINGS in a form liable to self-heating – 4.2 2793FERROUS METAL TURNINGS in a form liable to self-heating – 4.2 2793FERTILIZER AMMONIATING SOLUTION with free ammonia – 2.2 1043Fertilizers containing ammonium nitrate, see AMMONIUMNITRATE BASED FERTILIZERS– – –FIBRES, ANIMAL burnt – 4.2 1372FIBRES, ANIMAL damp – 4.2 1372FIBRES, ANIMAL wet – 4.2 1372FIBRES, ANIMAL, N.O.S. with oil, – 4.2 1373FIBRES, SYNTHETIC, N.O.S. with oil – 4.2 1373FIBRES VEGETABLE burnt – 4.2 1372FIBRES VEGETABLE damp – 4.2 1372FIBRES, VEGETABLE, DRY – 4.1 3360FIBRES VEGETABLE wet – 4.2 1372FIBRES, VEGETABLE, N.O.S. with oil – 4.2 1373FIBRES IMPREGNATED WITH WEAKLY NITRATEDNITROCELLULOSE, N.O.S.– 4.1 1353Filler, liquid, see PAINT – – –Films, nitrocellulose-base, from which gelatin has been removed;film scrap, see– 4.2 2002FILMS, NITROCELLULOSE BASE gelatin coated, except scrap – 4.1 1324FIRE EXTINGUISHER CHARGES corrosive liquid – 8 1774Fire extinguisher charges, expelling, explosive, see CARTRIDGES,POWER DEVICE– – –FIRE EXTINGUISHERS with compressed or liquefied gas – 2.2 1044FIRELIGHTERS, SOLID with flammable liquid – 4.1 2623FIREWORKS – 1.1G 0333FIREWORKS – 1.2G 0334FIREWORKS – 1.3G 0335FIREWORKS – 1.4G 0336FIREWORKS – 1.4S 0337FIRST AID KIT – 9 3316FISHMEAL, STABILIZED anti-oxidant treated. Moisture contentgreater than 5% but not exceeding 12%, by mass. Fat contentnot more than 15%– 9 2216IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)57


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.FISHMEAL, UNSTABILIZED. High hazard. Unrestricted moisturecontent. Unrestricted fat content in excess of 12%, by mass.Unrestricted fat content in excess of 15%, by mass, in the case ofanti-oxidant treated fishmealFISHMEAL, UNSTABILIZED not anti-oxidant treated. Moisture content:more than 5% but not more than 12%, by mass. Fat content: not morethan 12%, by massFISHSCRAP, STABILIZED anti-oxidant treated. Moisture contentgreater than 5% but not exceeding 12%, by mass. Fat content notmore than 15%FISHSCRAP, UNSTABILIZED. High hazard. Unrestricted moisturecontent. Unrestricted fat content in excess of 12%, by mass.Unrestricted fat content in excess of 15%, by mass, in the case ofanti-oxidant treated fishscrapFISHSCRAP, UNSTABILIZED not anti-oxidant treated. Moisturecontent: more than 5% but not more than 12%, by mass. Fat content:not more than 12%, by mass– 4.2 1374– 4.2 1374– 9 2216– 4.2 1374– 4.2 1374Flammable gas in lighters, see – 2.1 1057FLAMMABLE LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 3 2924FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. – 3 1993FLAMMABLE LIQUID, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 3 3286FLAMMABLE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 1992FLAMMABLE SOLID, CORROSIVE, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.1 3180FLAMMABLE SOLID, CORROSIVE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.1 2925FLAMMABLE SOLID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.1 3178FLAMMABLE SOLID, ORGANIC, MOLTEN, N.O.S. – 4.1 3176FLAMMABLE SOLID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.1 1325FLAMMABLE SOLID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 4.1 3097FLAMMABLE SOLID, TOXIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.1 3179FLAMMABLE SOLID, TOXIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.1 2926FLARES, AERIAL – 1.1G 0420FLARES, AERIAL – 1.2G 0421FLARES, AERIAL – 1.3G 0093FLARES, AERIAL – 1.4G 0403FLARES, AERIAL – 1.4S 0404Flares, distress, small, see SIGNAL DEVICES, HAND – – –Flares, highway or railway, see SIGNAL DEVICES, HAND – – –FLARES, SURFACE – 1.1G 0418FLARES, SURFACE – 1.2G 0419FLARES, SURFACE – 1.3G 0092Flares, water-activated, see CONTRIVANCES,WATER-ACTIVATED– – –FLASH POWDER – 1.1G 0094FLASH POWDER – 1.3G 0305Flax, dry, see – 4.1 3360Flowers of sulphur, see – 4.1 1350Flue dust, arsenical, see – 6.1 156258 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Fluoric acid, see – 8 1790Fluorine compounds (pesticides), see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –FLUORINE, COMPRESSED – 2.3 1045Fluorine monoxide, compressed, see – 2.3 2190Fluoroacetamide, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –FLUOROACETIC ACID – 6.1 2642FLUOROANILINES – 6.1 2941FLUOROBENZENE – 3 2387FLUOROBORIC ACID – 8 1775Fluoroethane, see – 2.1 2453Fluoroethanoic acid, see – 6.1 2642Fluoroform, see – 2.2 1984Fluoroformyl fluoride, compressed, see – 2.3 2417Fluoromethane, see – 2.1 2454FLUOROPHOSPHORIC ACID, ANHYDROUS – 8 1776FLUOROSILICATES, N.O.S. – 6.1 2856FLUOROSILICIC ACID – 8 1778FLUOROSULPHONIC ACID – 8 1777FLUOROTOLUENES – 3 2388Fonofos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Formal, see – 3 1234Formaldehyde dimethylacetal, see – 3 1234FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION, FLAMMABLE – 3 1198FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION with not less than 25% formaldehyde – 8 2209Formalin solution, flammable, see – 3 1198Formalin solution with not less than 25% formaldehyde, see – 8 2209Formamidine sulphinic acid, see – 4.2 3341Formetanate, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Formic acid ethyl ester, see – 3 1190FORMIC ACID with more than 85% acid, by mass – 8 1779FORMIC ACID with not less than 5% but less than 10% acid,by massFORMIC ACID with not less than 10% but not more than 85% acid,by mass– 8 3412– 8 3412Formic aldehyde solution, flammable, see – 3 1198Formothion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –2-Formyl-3,4-dihydro-2H-pyran, stabilized, see – 3 2607N-Formyl-2-(nitromethylene)-1,3-perhydrothiazine(concentration 100%), see– 4.1 3236FRACTURING DEVICES, EXPLOSIVE for oil wells, without detonator – 1.1D 0099FUEL, AVIATION, TURBINE ENGINE – 3 1863FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES – 3 3473FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES, containing corrosive substances – 8 3477FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES, containing hydrogen in metal hydride – 2.1 3479IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)59


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES, containing liquefied flammable gas – 2.1 3478FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES, containing water-reactive substances – 4.3 3476FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT – 3 3473FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT,containing corrosive substancesFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT,containing hydrogen in metal hydrideFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT,containing liquefied flammable gasFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT,containing water-reactive substancesFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT,containing corrosive substancesFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT,containing hydrogen in metal hydrideFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT,containing liquefied flammable gasFUEL CELL CARTRIDGES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT,containing water-reactive substances– 8 3477– 2.1 3479– 2.1 3478– 4.3 3476– 8 3477– 2.1 3479– 2.1 3478– 4.3 3476FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES PLACED WITH EQUIPMENT – 3 3473Fuel oil No. 1, see – 3 1223Fumaroyl dichloride, see – 8 1780FUMARYL CHLORIDE – 8 1780FUMIGATED CARGO TRANSPORT UNIT – 9 3359FURALDEHYDES – 6.1 1199FURAN – 3 23892-Furanmethylamine, see – 3 2526Furathiocarb (ISO), see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Furfuran, see – 3 2389FURFURYL ALCOHOL – 6.1 2874FURFURYLAMINE – 3 2526alpha-Furfurylamine, see – 3 25262-Furyl carbinol, see – 6.1 2874FUSE, DETONATING metal-clad – 1.1D 0290FUSE, DETONATING metal-clad – 1.2D 0102FUSE, DETONATING, MILD EFFECT, metal-clad – 1.4D 0104FUSE, IGNITER tubular, metal-clad – 1.4G 0103FUSEL OIL – 3 1201FUSE, NON-DETONATING – 1.3G 0101FUSE, SAFETY – 1.4S 0105Fuze, combination, percussion or time, see FUZES, DETONATING orFUZES, IGNITING– – –FUZES, DETONATING – 1.1B 0106FUZES, DETONATING – 1.2B 0107FUZES, DETONATING – 1.4B 0257FUZES, DETONATING – 1.4S 036760 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.FUZES, DETONATING with protective features – 1.1D 0408FUZES, DETONATING with protective features – 1.2D 0409FUZES, DETONATING with protective features – 1.4D 0410FUZES, IGNITING – 1.3G 0316FUZES, IGNITING – 1.4G 0317FUZES, IGNITING – 1.4S 0368GALLIUM – 8 2803GAS CARTRIDGES without a release device, non-refillable – 2 2037Gas drips, hydrocarbon, see HYDROCARBONS, LIQUID, N.O.S. – – –GAS OIL – 3 1202GASOLINE – 3 1203Gasoline, casinghead, see – 3 1203GAS, REFRIGERATED LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.1 3312GAS, REFRIGERATED LIQUID, N.O.S. – 2.2 3158GAS, REFRIGERATED LIQUID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 2.2 3311GAS SAMPLE, NON-PRESSURIZED, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S.,not refrigerated liquidGAS SAMPLE, NON-PRESSURIZED, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S.,not refrigerated liquidGAS SAMPLE, NON-PRESSURIZED, TOXIC, N.O.S.,not refrigerated liquid– 2.1 3167– 2.3 3168– 2.3 3169Gelatin, blasting, see – 1.1D 0081Gelatin dynamite, see – 1.1D 0081GENETICALLY MODIFIED MICROORGANISMS – 9 3245GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS – 9 3245GERMANE – 2.3 2192Germanium hydride, see – 2.3 2192GLYCEROL alpha-MONOCHLOROHYDRIN – 6.1 2689Glycerol 1,3-dichlorohydrin, see – 6.1 2750Glycerol trinitrate (class 1), see NITROGLYCERIN (class 1) – – –Glyceryl trinitrate, see – 3 1204Glyceryl trinitrate (class 1), see NITROGLYCERIN (class 1) – – –Glycidal, see – 3 2622GLYCIDALDEHYDE – 3 2622Glycol chlorohydrin, see – 6.1 1135Glycol dimethyl ether, see – 3 2252GRENADES hand or rifle, with bursting charge – 1.1D 0284GRENADES hand or rifle, with bursting charge – 1.1F 0292GRENADES hand or rifle, with bursting charge – 1.2D 0285GRENADES hand or rifle, with bursting charge – 1.2F 0293Grenades, illuminating, see AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING – – –GRENADES, PRACTICE hand or rifle – 1.2G 0372GRENADES, PRACTICE hand or rifle – 1.3G 0318IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)61


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.GRENADES, PRACTICE hand or rifle – 1.4G 0452GRENADES, PRACTICE hand or rifle – 1.4S 0110Grenades, smoke, see AMMUNITION, SMOKE – – –Grignard solution, see – 4.3 1928GUANIDINE NITRATE – 5.1 1467GUANYL NITROSAMINOGUANYLIDENEHYDRAZINE, WETTEDwith not less than 30% water, by massGUANYL NITROSAMINOGUANYLTETRAZENE, WETTEDwith not less than 30% water, or mixture of alcohol and water,by mass– 1.1A 0113– 1.1A 0114GUNPOWDER, COMPRESSED – 1.1D 0028GUNPOWDER granular, or as a meal – 1.1D 0027GUNPOWDER IN PELLETS – 1.1D 0028HAFNIUM POWDER, DRY – 4.2 2545HAFNIUM POWDER, WETTED with not less than 25% water(a visible excess of water must be present)(a) mechanically produced, particle size less than 53 micronsHAFNIUM POWDER, WETTED with not less than 25% water(a visible excess of water must be present)(b) chemically produced, particle size less than 840 microns– 4.1 1326– 4.1 1326HAY – 4.1 1327HEATING OIL, LIGHT – 3 1202Heavy hydrogen, see – 2.1 1957Heavy hydrogen, compressed, see – 2.1 1957HELIUM, COMPRESSED – 2.2 1046HELIUM, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 1963Hemp, dry, see – 4.1 3360Heptachlor, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –HEPTAFLUOROPROPANE – 2.2 3296n-HEPTALDEHYDE – 3 3056Heptanal, see – 3 3056HEPTANES – 3 12062-Heptanone, see – 3 11104-Heptanone, see – 3 2710n-HEPTENE – 3 2278Heptenophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Heptyl aldehyde, see – 3 3056Heptylbenzene, see P 9 3082Heptyl chloride, see P 3 1993HETP, see P 6.1 1611HETP (and compressed gas, mixtures), see – 2.3 1612HEXACHLOROACETONE – 6.1 2661HEXACHLOROBENZENE – 6.1 2729HEXACHLOROBUTADIENE P 6.1 227962 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Hexachloro-1,3-butadiene, see P 6.1 22791,3-Hexachlorobutadiene, see P 6.1 2279HEXACHLOROCYCLOPENTADIENE – 6.1 2646Hexachlorophane, see – 6.1 2875HEXACHLOROPHENE – 6.1 2875Hexachloro-2-propanone, see – 6.1 2661HEXADECYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 17811,3-Hexadiene, see – 3 24581,4-Hexadiene, see – 3 24581,5-Hexadiene, see – 3 24582,4-Hexadiene, see – 3 2458HEXADIENES – 3 2458HEXAETHYL TETRAPHOSPHATE P 6.1 1611HEXAETHYL TETRAPHOSPHATE AND COMPRESSED GAS MIXTURE – 2.3 1612HEXAFLUOROACETONE – 2.3 2420HEXAFLUOROACETONE HYDRATE, LIQUID – 6.1 2552HEXAFLUOROACETONE HYDRATE, SOLID – 6.1 3436HEXAFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 2193HEXAFLUOROPHOSPHORIC ACID – 8 1782Hexafluoro-2-propanone, see – 2.3 2420HEXAFLUOROPROPYLENE – 2.2 1858Hexahydrobenzene, see – 3 1145Hexahydrocresol, see – 3 2617Hexahydromethylphenol, see – 3 2617Hexahydropyridine, see – 8 2401Hexahydrothiophenol, see – 3 3054Hexahydrotoluene, see – 3 2296HEXALDEHYDE – 3 1207Hexamethylene, see – 3 1145HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE, MOLTEN – 8 2280HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE, SOLID – 8 2280HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION – 8 1783HEXAMETHYLENE DIISOCYANATE – 6.1 2281HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE – 3 2493HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE – 4.1 1328Hexamine, see – 4.1 1328Hexane, see – 3 12081,6-Hexanediamine, solid, see – 8 22801,6-Hexanediamine solution, see – 8 1783HEXANES – 3 1208HEXANITRODIPHENYLAMINE – 1.1D 0079Hexanitrodiphenyl sulphide, wetted, see – 4.1 2852HEXANITROSTILBENE – 1.1D 0392IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)63


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Hexanoic acid, see – 8 2829HEXANOLS – 3 22821-HEXENE – 3 2370HEXOGEN AND CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINEMIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not less than 10% phlegmatizer,by massHEXOGEN AND CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINEMIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by massHEXOGEN AND HMX MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not less than10% phlegmatizer, by massHEXOGEN AND HMX MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15%water, by massHEXOGEN AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not lessthan 10% phlegmatizer, by massHEXOGEN AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15%water, by mass– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391HEXOGEN, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0483HEXOGEN, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0072Hexoic acid, see – 8 2829HEXOLITE dry or wetted with less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0118Hexone, see – 3 1245HEXOTOL dry or wetted with less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0118HEXOTONAL – 1.1D 0393HEXOTONAL cast, see – 1.1D 0393HEXYL – 1.1D 0079Hexyl acetate, see – 3 1233Hexyl aldehyde, see – 3 1207Hexylbenzene, see P 9 3082Hexyl chloride, see P 3 1993alpha-Hexylene, see – 3 2370Hexylic acid, see – 8 2829tert-Hexyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤71%, with diluentType A), seetert-Hexyl peroxypivalate (concentration ≤72%, with diluent Type B),see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3115HEXYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1784HMDI, see – 6.1 2281HMX, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0484HMX AND RDX MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15% water,by massHMX AND RDX MIXTURE,DESENSITIZED with not less than10% phlegmatizer, by mass– 1.1D 0319– 1.1D 0319HMX, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0226HYDRAZINE, ANHYDROUS – 8 2029HYDRAZINE AQUEOUS SOLUTION, FLAMMABLE with more than 37%hydrazine, by mass– 8 348464 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.HYDRAZINE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with more than 37% hydrazine,by massHYDRAZINE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not more than 37%hydrazine, by mass– 8 2030– 6.1 3293Hydrazine base, aqueous solution, see – 6.1 3293Hydrazine hydrate, see – 8 2030Hydrazinobenzene, see – 6.1 2572Hydrides, metal, water-reactive, N.O.S., see – 4.3 1409HYDRIODIC ACID – 8 1787Hydriodic acid, anhydrous, see – 2.3 2197HYDROBROMIC ACID – 8 1788HYDROCARBON GAS MIXTURE, COMPRESSED, N.O.S. – 2.1 1964HYDROCARBON GAS MIXTURE, LIQUEFIED, N.O.S. – 2.1 1965HYDROCARBON GAS REFILLS FOR SMALL DEVICESwith release device– 2.1 3150HYDROCARBONS, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 3 3295HYDROCHLORIC ACID – 8 1789Hydrocyanic acid, anhydrous, stabilized, containing less than3% water, seeHydrocyanic acid, anhydrous, stabilized, containing less than3% water and absorbed in a porous inert material, seeHYDROCYANIC ACID, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not more than20% hydrogen cyanideHYDROCYANIC ACID with more than 20%, acid by mass(transport prohibited)P 6.1 1051P 6.1 1614P 6.1 1613– – –HYDROFLUORIC ACID AND SULPHURIC ACID MIXTURE – 8 1786Hydrofluoric acid, anhydrous, see – 8 1052HYDROFLUORIC ACID solution, with more than 60% hydrogenfluorideHYDROFLUORIC ACID solution, with not more than 60% hydrogenfluoride– 8 1790– 8 1790Hydrofluoroboric acid, see – 8 1775Hydrofluorosilicic acid, see – 8 1778HYDROGEN AND METHANE MIXTURE, COMPRESSED – 2.1 2034Hydrogen antimonide, see – 2.3 2676Hydrogen arsenide, see – 2.3 2188Hydrogen bromide, see – 8 1788HYDROGEN BROMIDE, ANHYDROUS – 2.3 1048Hydrogen bromide solution, see – 8 1788Hydrogencarboxylic acid, see – 8 1779Hydrogen chloride, see – 8 1789HYDROGEN CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS – 2.3 1050HYDROGEN CHLORIDE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID (transportprohibited)– 2.3 2186HYDROGEN, COMPRESSED – 2.1 1049HYDROGEN CYANIDE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not more than20% hydrogen cyanideP 6.1 1613IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)65


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.HYDROGEN CYANIDE, SOLUTION IN ALCOHOL with more than45% hydrogen cyanide (transport prohibited)HYDROGEN CYANIDE, SOLUTION IN ALCOHOL with not more than45% hydrogen cyanide– – –P 6.1 3294HYDROGEN CYANIDE, STABILIZED containing less than 3% water P 6.1 1051HYDROGEN CYANIDE, STABILIZED containing less than 3% waterand absorbed in a porous inert materialP 6.1 1614HYDROGENDIFLUORIDES, SOLID, N.O.S. – 8 1740HYDROGENDIFLUORIDES SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 8 3471Hydrogen fluoride, see – 8 1790HYDROGEN FLUORIDE, ANHYDROUS – 8 1052HYDROGEN IN A METAL HYDRIDE STORAGE SYSTEM – 2.1 3468HYDROGEN IN A METAL HYDRIDE STORAGE SYSTEM CONTAINEDIN EQUIPMENTHYDROGEN IN A METAL HYDRIDE STORAGE SYSTEM PACKEDWITH EQUIPMENT– 2.1 3468– 2.1 3468Hydrogen iodide, see – 8 1787HYDROGEN IODIDE, ANHYDROUS – 2.3 2197HYDROGEN PEROXIDE AND PEROXYACETIC ACID MIXTURE withacid(s), water and not more than 5% peroxyacetic acid, STABILIZEDHYDROGEN PEROXIDE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, STABILIZED withmore than 60% hydrogen peroxideHYDROGEN PEROXIDE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not less than8% but less than 20% hydrogen peroxide (stabilized as necessary)HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION with not less than20% but not more than 60% hydrogen peroxide (stabilized asnecessary)– 5.1 3149– 5.1 2015– 5.1 2984– 5.1 2014Hydrogen peroxide carbamide, solid, see – 5.1 1511HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, STABILIZED – 5.1 2015Hydrogen phosphide, see – 2.3 2199HYDROGEN, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.1 1966HYDROGEN SELENIDE, ANHYDROUS – 2.3 2202Hydrogen silicide, compressed, see – 2.1 2203Hydrogen sulphates, aqueous solution, see – 8 2837HYDROGEN SULPHIDE – 2.3 1053Hydroselenic acid, anhydrous, see – 2.3 2202Hydrosilicofluoric acid, see – 8 17781-HYDROXYBENZOTRIAZOLE, ANHYDROUS, dry or wetted with lessthan 20% water, by mass– 1.3C 05081-HYDROXYBENZOTRIAZOLE MONOHYDRATE – 4.1 34743-Hydroxybutanal, see – 6.1 28393-Hydroxybutan-2-one, see – 3 26213-Hydroxybutyraldehyde, see – 6.1 28392-Hydroxycamphane, see – 4.1 1312Hydroxydimethylbenzenes, liquid, see – 6.1 3430Hydroxydimethylbenzenes, solid, see – 6.1 226166 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.3-Hydroxy-1,1-dimethylbutyl peroxyneodecanoate(concentration ≤52%, as a stable dispersion in water)3-Hydroxy-1,1-dimethylbutyl peroxyneodecanoate(concentration ≤52%, with diluent Type A)3-Hydroxy-1,1-dimethylbutyl peroxyneodecanoate(concentration ≤77%, with diluent Type A)2-(2-Hydroxyethoxy)-1-(pyrrolidin-1-yl)benzene-4-diazonium zincchloride (concentration 100%), see3-(2-Hydroxyethoxy)-4-(pyrrolidin-1-yl)benzene diazonium zinc chloride(concentration 100%), see– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3117– 5.2 3115– 4.1 3236– 4.1 32362-Hydroxyethylamine, see – 8 2491HYDROXYLAMINE SULPHATE – 8 2865Hydroxylammonium sulphate, see – 8 28651-Hydroxy-3-methyl-2-penten-4-yne, see – 8 27053-Hydroxyphenol, see – 6.1 2876HYPOCHLORITES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 3212HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTION – 8 1791IGNITERS – 1.1G 0121IGNITERS – 1.2G 0314IGNITERS – 1.3G 0315IGNITERS – 1.4G 0325IGNITERS – 1.4S 0454Imazalil, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –3,3′-IMINODIPROPYLAMINE – 8 2269INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCE, AFFECTING ANIMALS only – 6.2 2900INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCE, AFFECTING HUMANS – 6.2 2814Inflammable ... , see FLAMMABLE ... – – –INSECTICIDE GAS, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.1 3354INSECTICIDE GAS, N.O.S. – 2.2 1968INSECTICIDE GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3355INSECTICIDE GAS, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 2.3 1967IODINE – 8 3495IODINE MONOCHLORIDE, LIQUID – 8 3498IODINE MONOCHLORIDE, SOLID – 8 1792IODINE PENTAFLUORIDE – 5.1 24952-IODOBUTANE – 3 2390Iodomethane, see – 6.1 2644IODOMETHYLPROPANES – 3 2391IODOPROPANES – 3 2392alpha-Iodotoluene, see – 6.1 2653Ioxynil, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –Iprobenfos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Iron carbonyl, see – 6.1 1994Iron chloride, anhydrous, see – 8 1773Iron(III) chloride, anhydrous, see – 8 1773IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)67


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Iron chloride solution, see – 8 2582IRON OXIDE, SPENT obtained from coal gas purification – 4.2 1376IRON PENTACARBONYL – 6.1 1994Iron perchloride, anhydrous, see – 8 1773Iron perchloride solution, see – 8 2582Iron powder, see – 4.2 1383Iron powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383IRON SPONGE, SPENT obtained from coal gas purification – 4.2 1376Iron swarf, see – 4.2 2793Iron trichloride, anhydrous, see – 8 1773Iron trichloride solution, see – 8 2582Isoamyl acetate, see – 3 1104Isoamyl alcohol, see – 3 1105Isoamyl bromide, see – 3 2341Isoamyl butyrate, see – 3 2620alpha-Isoamylene, see – 3 2561Isoamyl formate, see – 3 1109Isoamyl mercaptan, see – 3 1111Isoamyl nitrate, see – 3 1112Isoamyl nitrite, see – 3 1113Isobenzan, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –Isobutanal, see – 3 2045ISOBUTANE – 2.1 1969ISOBUTANOL – 3 1212Isobutene, see – 2.1 1055Isobutenol, see – 3 2614Isobutenyl chloride, see – 3 2554ISOBUTYL ACETATE – 3 1213ISOBUTYL ACRYLATE, STABILIZED – 3 2527ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL – 3 1212ISOBUTYL ALDEHYDE – 3 2045ISOBUTYLAMINE – 3 1214Isobutylbenzene, see – 3 2709Isobutyl bromide, see – 3 2342ISOBUTYLENE – 2.1 1055ISOBUTYL FORMATE – 3 2393Isobutyl iodide, see – 3 2391ISOBUTYL ISOBUTYRATE – 3 2528ISOBUTYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2486Isobutyl mercaptan, see – 3 2347ISOBUTYL METHACRYLATE, STABILIZED – 3 2283ISOBUTYL PROPIONATE – 3 2394Isobutyl vinyl ether, see – 3 130468 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ISOBUTYRALDEHYDE – 3 2045ISOBUTYRIC ACID – 3 2529ISOBUTYRONITRILE – 3 2284ISOBUTYRYL CHLORIDE – 3 2395ISOCYANATES, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 2478ISOCYANATE SOLUTION, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 2478ISOCYANATE SOLUTION, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3080ISOCYANATE SOLUTION, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2206ISOCYANATES, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3080ISOCYANATES, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2206ISOCYANATOBENZOTRIFLUORIDES – 6.1 22853-Isocyanatomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexyl isocyanate, see – 6.1 2290Isodecyl acrylate, see P 9 3082Isododecane, see – 3 2286Isodrin, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE – – –Isofenphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –ISOHEPTENES – 3 2287ISOHEXENES – 3 2288Isolan, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –Isooctaldehyde, see – 3 1191Isooctane, see – 3 1262ISOOCTENES – 3 1216Isooctyl nitrate, see P 9 3082Isopentane, see – 3 1265ISOPENTENES – 3 2371Isopentylamine, see – 3 1106Isopentyl nitrite, see – 3 1113ISOPHORONEDIAMINE – 8 2289ISOPHORONE DIISOCYANATE – 6.1 2290ISOPRENE, STABILIZED – 3 1218Isoprocarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –ISOPROPANOL – 3 1219ISOPROPENYL ACETATE – 3 2403ISOPROPENYLBENZENE – 3 2303Isopropenyl carbinol, see – 3 2614Isopropenyl chloride, see – 3 24562-Isopropoxypropane, see – 3 1159ISOPROPYL ACETATE – 3 1220ISOPROPYL ACID PHOSPHATE – 8 1793ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL – 3 1219ISOPROPYLAMINE – 3 1221ISOPROPYLBENZENE – 3 1918Isopropyl bromide, see – 3 2344IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)69


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Isopropyl sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤32%)with di-sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤15–18%) anddi-isopropyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤12–15%),with diluent Type A, seeIsopropyl sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤52%)with di-sec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤28%) anddi-isopropyl peroxydicarbonate (concentration ≤22%), see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3111ISOPROPYL BUTYRATE – 3 2405Isopropyl carbinol, see – 3 1212Isopropyl chloride, see – 3 2356ISOPROPYL CHLOROACETATE – 3 2947Isopropyl chlorocarbonate, see – 6.1 2407ISOPROPYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 2407Isopropyl chloromethanoate, see – 6.1 2407ISOPROPYL 2-CHLOROPROPIONATE – 3 2934alpha-Isopropyl alpha-chloropropionate, see – 3 2934Isopropylcumyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤72%,with diluent Type A), see– 5.2 3109Isopropyl cyanide, see – 3 2284Isopropyl ether, see – 3 1159Isopropylethylene, see – 3 2561Isopropyl formate, see – 3 1281Isopropylideneacetone, see – 3 1229ISOPROPYL ISOBUTYRATE – 3 2406ISOPROPYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2483Isopropyl mercaptan, see – 3 2402Isopropyl methanoate, see – 3 1281ISOPROPYL NITRATE – 3 1222ISOPROPYL PROPIONATE – 3 2409Isopropyltoluene, see P 3 2046Isopropyltoluol, see P 3 2046ISOSORBIDE-5-MONONITRATE – 4.1 3251ISOSORBIDE DINITRATE MIXTURE with not less than 60% lactose,mannose, starch, or calcium hydrogen phosphate– 4.1 2907Isotetramethylbenzene, see P 9 3082Isothioate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Isovaleraldehyde, see – 3 2058Isovalerone, see – 3 1157Isoxathion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –JET PERFORATING GUNS, CHARGED oil well, without detonator – 1.1D 0124JET PERFORATING GUNS, CHARGED oil well, without detonator – 1.4D 0494Jet tappers, without detonator, see CHARGES, SHAPED,COMMERCIAL– – –Jute, dry, see – 4.1 336070 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Kapok, dry, see – 4.1 3360Kelevan, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –KEROSENE – 3 1223Kerosine, see – 3 1223KETONES, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 3 1224KRILL MEAL – 4.2 3497KRYPTON, COMPRESSED – 2.2 1056KRYPTON, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 1970Lacquer, see PAINT – – –Lacquer base, liquid, see PAINT – – –Lacquer base solution, see – 3 2059LEAD ACETATE P 6.1 1616Lead and zinc calcines, see P 6.1 2291LEAD ARSENATES P 6.1 1617LEAD ARSENITES P 6.1 1618LEAD AZIDE, WETTED with not less than 20% water,or mixture of alcohol and water, by mass– 1.1A 0129Lead chloride, solid, see P 6.1 2291LEAD COMPOUND, SOLUBLE, N.O.S. P 6.1 2291LEAD CYANIDE P 6.1 1620LEAD DIOXIDE – 5.1 1872Lead dross, see – 8 1794Lead(II) acetate, see – 6.1 1616Lead(II) cyanide, see – 6.1 1620LEAD NITRATE P 5.1 1469Lead(II) nitrate, see LEAD NITRATE – – –Lead(II) perchlorate, see – 5.1 1470LEAD PERCHLORATE, SOLID P 5.1 1470LEAD PERCHLORATE SOLUTION P 5.1 3408Lead peroxide, see – 5.1 1872LEAD PHOSPHITE, DIBASIC – 4.1 2989LEAD STYPHNATE, WETTED with not less than 20% water,or mixture of alcohol and water, by mass– 1.1A 0130LEAD SULPHATE with more than 3% free acid – 8 1794Lead tetraethyl, see P 6.1 1649Lead tetramethyl, see P 6.1 1649LEAD TRINITRORESORCINATE, WETTED with not less than20% water, or mixture of alcohol and water, by massLIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES, NOT SELF-INFLATING containingdangerous goods as equipment– 1.1A 0130– 9 3072LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES, SELF-INFLATING – 9 2990LIGHTER REFILLS containing flammable gas – 2.1 1057LIGHTERS containing flammable gas – 2.1 1057IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)71


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.LIGHTERS, FUSE – 1.4S 0131Ligroin, see PETROLEUM DISTILLATES, N.O.S. or seePETROLEUM PRODUCTS, N.O.S.– – –Limonene, see P 3 2052Lindane, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –Linuron, see Note 1 P – –LIQUEFIED GASES non-flammable, charged with nitrogen,carbon dioxide or air– 2.2 1058LIQUEFIED GAS, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.1 3161LIQUEFIED GAS, N.O.S. – 2.2 3163LIQUEFIED GAS, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 2.2 3157LIQUEFIED GAS, TOXIC, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3308LIQUEFIED GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3309LIQUEFIED GAS, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3160LIQUEFIED GAS, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 2.3 3162LIQUEFIED GAS, TOXIC, OXIDIZING, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 2.3 3310LIQUEFIED GAS, TOXIC, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 2.3 3307Liquefied petroleum gases, see – 2.1 1075Liquified natural gas, see – 2.1 1972LITHIUM – 4.3 1415Lithium alkyls, liquid, see – 4.2 3394Lithium alkyls, solid, see – 4.2 3393Lithium alloy (liquid), see – 2.1 1001LITHIUM ALUMINIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 1410LITHIUM ALUMINIUM HYDRIDE, ETHEREAL – 4.3 1411Lithium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1389Lithium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3401Lithium amide, see – 4.3 1390LITHIUM BOROHYDRIDE – 4.3 1413Lithium dispersions, see – 4.3 1391LITHIUM FERROSILICON – 4.3 2830LITHIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 1414LITHIUM HYDRIDE, FUSED SOLID – 4.3 2805LITHIUM HYDROXIDE – 8 2680Lithium hydroxide, solid, see – 8 2680LITHIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION – 8 2679LITHIUM HYPOCHLORITE, DRY – 5.1 1471LITHIUM HYPOCHLORITE MIXTURE – 5.1 1471Lithium in cartouches, see – 4.3 1415LITHIUM ION BATTERIES (including lithium ion polymer batteries) – 9 3480LITHIUM ION BATTERIES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT(including lithium ion polymer batteries)LITHIUM ION BATTERIES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT(including lithium ion polymer batteries)– 9 3481– 9 348172 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES (including lithium alloy batteries) – 9 3090LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT(including lithium alloy batteries)LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT(including lithium alloy batteries)– 9 3091– 9 3091LITHIUM NITRATE – 5.1 2722LITHIUM NITRIDE – 4.3 2806LITHIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1472Lithium silicide, see – 4.3 1417LITHIUM SILICON – 4.3 1417LNG, see – 2.1 1972LONDON PURPLE P 6.1 1621LPG, see – 2.1 1075Lye, see – 8 1823M86 fuel, see – 3 3165MAGNESIUM – 4.1 1869Magnesium alkyls, see – 4.2 3394Magnesium alloys, see – 4.3 1393MAGNESIUM ALLOYS POWDER – 4.3 1418MAGNESIUM ALLOYS with more than 50% magnesium in pellets,turnings or ribbons– 4.1 1869MAGNESIUM ALUMINIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 1419Magnesium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1392Magnesium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3402MAGNESIUM ARSENATE P 6.1 1622Magnesium bisulphite solution, see – 8 2693MAGNESIUM BROMATE – 5.1 1473MAGNESIUM CHLORATE – 5.1 2723Magnesium chloride and chlorate mixture, see – 5.1 1459MAGNESIUM DIAMIDE – 4.2 2004Magnesium diphenyl, see – 4.2 3393Magnesium dispersions, see – 4.3 1391MAGNESIUM FLUOROSILICATE – 6.1 2853MAGNESIUM GRANULES, COATED particle size not less than149 microns– 4.3 2950Magnesium hexafluorosilicate, see – 6.1 2853MAGNESIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 2010MAGNESIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1474MAGNESIUM PERCHLORATE – 5.1 1475MAGNESIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1476MAGNESIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 2011MAGNESIUM POWDER – 4.3 1418IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)73


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Magnesium scrap, see – 4.1 1869MAGNESIUM SILICIDE – 4.3 2624Magnesium silicofluoride, see – 6.1 2853Magnesium silicon, see – 4.3 2624MAGNETIZED MATERIAL – 9 2807Malathion, see P 9 3082MALEIC ANHYDRIDE – 8 2215MALEIC ANHYDRIDE, MOLTEN – 8 2215Malonodinitrile, see – 6.1 2647MALONONITRILE – 6.1 2647Mancozeb (ISO), see P 9 3077MANEB P 4.2 2210MANEB PREPARATION, STABILIZED against self-heating P 4.3 2968MANEB PREPARATION with not less than 60% Maneb P 4.2 2210MANEB, STABILIZED P 4.3 2968Manganese ethylene-bis-dithiocarbamate, see P 4.2 2210Manganese ethylene-1,2-bis-dithiocarbamate, see P 4.2 2210Manganese ethylene-bis-dithiocarbamate, stabilized, see P 4.3 2968Manganese ethylene-1,2-bis-dithiocarbamate, stabilized, see P 4.3 2968MANGANESE NITRATE – 5.1 2724Manganese(III) nitrate, see – 5.1 2724MANGANESE RESINATE – 4.1 1330Manganous nitrate, see – 5.1 2724MANNITOL HEXANITRATE, WETTED with not less than 40% water,or mixture of alcohol and water, by mass– 1.1D 0133MATCHES, FUSEE – 4.1 2254MATCHES, SAFETY (book, card or strike on box) – 4.1 1944MATCHES, ``STRIKE ANYWHERE’’ – 4.1 1331MATCHES, WAX `VESTA’ – 4.1 1945Meal, oily, see – 4.2 1386Mecarbam, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –MEDICAL WASTE, N.O.S. – 6.2 3291MEDICINE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 3248MEDICINE, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 1851MEDICINE, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3249Medinoterb, see SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE – – –p-Menthyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤72%, with diluent Type A),see– 5.2 3109p-Menthyl hydroperoxide (concentration >72–100%), see – 5.2 3105Mephosfolan, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –MERCAPTAN MIXTURE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 3 3336MERCAPTAN MIXTURE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 1228MERCAPTAN MIXTURE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3071MERCAPTANS, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 3 333674 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.MERCAPTANS, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 1228MERCAPTANS, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3071Mercaptoacetic acid, see – 8 1940Mercaptodimethur, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –2-Mercaptoethanol, see – 6.1 29662-Mercaptopropionic acid, see – 6.1 29365-MERCAPTOTETRAZOL-1-ACETIC ACID – 1.4C 0448Mercuric acetate, see P 6.1 1629Mercuric ammonium chloride, see P 6.1 1630MERCURIC ARSENATE P 6.1 1623Mercuric benzoate, see P 6.1 1631Mercuric bisulphate, see P 6.1 1645Mercuric bromide, see P 6.1 1634MERCURIC CHLORIDE P 6.1 1624Mercuric cyanide, see P 6.1 1636Mercuric gluconate, see P 6.1 1637Mercuric iodide, see P 6.1 1638MERCURIC NITRATE P 6.1 1625Mercuric oleate, see P 6.1 1640Mercuric oxide, see P 6.1 1641Mercuric oxycyanide, desensitized, see P 6.1 1642MERCURIC POTASSIUM CYANIDE P 6.1 1626Mercuric sulphate, see P 6.1 1645Mercuric thiocyanate, see P 6.1 1646Mercurol, see P 6.1 1639Mercurous acetate, see P 6.1 1629Mercurous bisulphate, see P 6.1 1645Mercurous bromide, see P 6.1 1634Mercurous chloride, see P 9 3077MERCUROUS NITRATE P 6.1 1627Mercurous salicylate, see P 6.1 1644Mercurous sulphate, see P 6.1 1645MERCURY – 8 2809MERCURY ACETATE P 6.1 1629MERCURY AMMONIUM CHLORIDE P 6.1 1630MERCURY BASED PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°CP 3 2778MERCURY BASED PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC P 6.1 3012MERCURY BASED PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°CP 6.1 3011MERCURY BASED PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC P 6.1 2777MERCURY BENZOATE P 6.1 1631Mercury bichloride, see P 6.1 1624Mercury bisulphate, see P 6.1 1645IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)75


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.MERCURY BROMIDES P 6.1 1634MERCURY COMPOUND, LIQUID, N.O.S. P 6.1 2024MERCURY COMPOUND, SOLID, N.O.S. P 6.1 2025MERCURY CONTAINED IN MANUFACTURED ARTICLES – 8 3506MERCURY CYANIDE P 6.1 1636MERCURY FULMINATE, WETTED with not less than 20% water ormixture of alcohol and water, by mass– 1.1A 0135MERCURY GLUCONATE P 6.1 1637Mercury(II) (mercuric) compounds, see MERCURY BASED PESTICIDE P – –Mercury(I) (mercurous) compounds, see MERCURY BASED PESTICIDE P – –MERCURY IODIDE P 6.1 1638MERCURY NUCLEATE P 6.1 1639MERCURY OLEATE P 6.1 1640MERCURY OXIDE – 6.1 1641MERCURY OXYCYANIDE, DESENSITIZED P 6.1 1642MERCURY OXYCYANIDE pure (transport prohibited) – – –Mercury potassium cyanide, see P 6.1 1626MERCURY POTASSIUM IODIDE P 6.1 1643MERCURY SALICYLATE P 6.1 1644MERCURY SULPHATE P 6.1 1645MERCURY THIOCYANATE P 6.1 1646Mesitylene, see – 3 2325MESITYL OXIDE – 3 1229Mesyl chloride, see – 6.1 3246Metaarsenic acid, see – 6.1 1554Metacetone, see – 3 1156Metal alkyl halides, water-reactive, n.o.s., see – 4.2 3394Metal alkyl hydrides, water-reactive, n.o.s., see – 4.2 3394Metal alkyls, water-reactive, n.o.s., see – 4.2 3394Metal aryl halides, water-reactive, n.o.s., see – 4.2 3394Metal aryl hydrides, water-reactive, n.o.s., see – 4.2 3394Metal aryls, water-reactive, n.o.s., see – 4.2 3394METAL CARBONYLS, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3281METAL CARBONYLS, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3466METAL CATALYST, DRY – 4.2 2881METAL CATALYST, WETTED with a visible excess of liquid – 4.2 1378METALDEHYDE – 4.1 1332METAL HYDRIDES, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 4.1 3182METAL HYDRIDES, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 4.3 1409METALLIC SUBSTANCE, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 4.3 3208METALLIC SUBSTANCE, WATER-REACTIVE, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 4.3 3209METAL POWDER, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 4.1 3089METAL POWDER, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 4.2 318976 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.METAL SALTS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 4.1 3181Metam-sodium, see THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Methacraldehyde, stabilized, see – 3 2396METHACRYLALDEHYDE, STABILIZED – 3 23963-Methacrylic acid, liquid, see – 8 34723-Methacrylic acid, solid, see – 8 2823METHACRYLIC ACID, STABILIZED – 8 2531METHACRYLONITRILE, STABILIZED – 6.1 3079METHALLYL ALCOHOL – 3 2614Methamidophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Methanal, see – 3 1198Methanal, see – 8 2209Methane and hydrogen, mixtures, compressed, see – 2.1 2034METHANE, COMPRESSED – 2.1 1971METHANE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.1 1972METHANESULPHONYL CHLORIDE – 6.1 3246Methanethiol, see P 2.3 1064METHANOL – 3 1230Methasulfocarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –Methidathion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Methomyl, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –ortho-Methoxyaniline, see – 6.1 2431Methoxybenzene, see – 3 22221-Methoxybutane, see – 3 2350Methoxyethane, see – 2.1 10392-Methoxyethanol, see – 3 11882-Methoxyethyl acetate, see – 3 1189METHOXYMETHYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 26054-METHOXY-4-METHYLPENTAN-2-ONE – 3 22934-Methoxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone, see – 3 2293Methoxynitrobenzenes, liquid, see – 6.1 2730Methoxynitrobenzenes, solid, see – 6.1 34581-Methoxypropane, see – 3 26121-METHOXY-2-PROPANOL – 3 3092METHYL ACETATE – 3 1231Methylacetic acid, see – 8 1848METHYLACETYLENE AND PROPADIENE MIXTURE, STABILIZED – 2.1 1060beta-Methylacrolein, see P 6.1 11432-Methylacrolein, stabilized – 3 23963-Methylacrolein, stabilized, see P 6.1 1143METHYL ACRYLATE, STABILIZED – 3 1919METHYLAL – 3 1234Methyl alcohol, see – 3 1230IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)77


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Methyl allyl alcohol, see – 3 2614Methylallyl alcohol, see – 3 2614METHYLALLYL CHLORIDE – 3 2554METHYLAMINE, ANHYDROUS – 2.1 1061METHYLAMINE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 3 12352-(N,N-Methylaminoethylcarbonyl)-4-(3,4-dimethyl phenyl sulphonyl)benzenediazoniumhydrogen sulphate (concentration 96%), see– 4.1 3236METHYLAMYL ACETATE – 3 1233Methyl amyl alcohol, see – 3 2053Methylamyl alcohol, see – 3 2053Methyl normal-amyl ketone, see – 3 1110N-METHYLANILINE – 6.1 2294Methylated spirits, see – 3 1987Methylated spirits, see – 3 1986Methylbenzene, see – 3 12944-Methylbenzenesulphonylhydrazide (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3226Methylbenzol, see – 3 1294alpha-METHYLBENZYL ALCOHOL, LIQUID – 6.1 2937alpha-METHYLBENZYL ALCOHOL, SOLID – 6.1 3438Methyl borate, see – 3 2416Methyl bromide and chloropicrin mixture, see – 2.3 1581METHYL BROMIDE AND ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE MIXTURE, LIQUID P 6.1 1647METHYL BROMIDE with not more than 2.0% chloropicrin – 2.3 1062METHYL BROMOACETATE – 6.1 26432-Methyl-1,3-butadiene, stabilized, see – 3 12182-METHYLBUTANAL – 3 33712-Methylbutane, see – 3 1265Methylbutanols, see – 3 11053-METHYLBUTAN-2-ONE – 3 23973-Methyl-2-butanone, see – 3 23972-METHYL-1-BUTENE – 3 24592-METHYL-2-BUTENE – 3 24603-METHYL-1-BUTENE – 3 25612-Methyl butylacrylate, stabilized, see – 3 2227N-METHYLBUTYLAMINE – 3 2945METHYL tert-BUTYL ETHER – 3 2398METHYL BUTYRATE – 3 1237Methyl carbonate, see – 3 1161METHYL CHLORIDE – 2.1 1063Methyl chloride and chloropicrin mixture, see – 2.3 1582METHYL CHLORIDE AND METHYLENE CHLORIDE MIXTURE – 2.1 1912METHYL CHLOROACETATE – 6.1 2295Methylchlorobenzenes, see – 3 223878 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Methyl chlorocarbonate, see – 6.1 1238Methyl chloroform, see – 6.1 2831Methylchloroform, see – 6.1 2831METHYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 1238METHYL CHLOROMETHYL ETHER – 6.1 1239METHYL 2-CHLOROPROPIONATE – 3 2933alpha-Methyl alpha-chloropropionate, see – 3 2933METHYLCHLOROSILANE – 2.3 2534Methyl cyanide, see – 3 1648METHYLCYCLOHEXANE – 3 2296METHYLCYCLOHEXANOLS, flammable – 3 2617Methylcyclohexanone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤67%, with diluentType B), see– 5.2 3115METHYLCYCLOHEXANONE – 3 2297METHYLCYCLOPENTANE – 3 2298METHYL DICHLOROACETATE – 6.1 2299METHYLDICHLOROSILANE – 4.3 1242Methyldinitrobenzenes, liquid, see – 6.1 2038Methyldinitrobenzenes, molten – 6.1 1600Methyldinitrobenzenes, solid – 6.1 3454Methyl disulphide, see – 3 2381Methyldithiomethane, see – 3 23812,2′-Methylenebis-(3,4,6-trichlorophenol), see – 6.1 2875Methylene bromide, see – 6.1 2664Methylene chloride, see – 6.1 1593Methylene chloride and methyl chloride mixture, see METHYLCHLORIDE AND METHYLENE CHLORIDE MIXTURE– – –Methylene chlorobromide, see – 6.1 1887Methylene cyanide, see – 6.1 2647p,p′-Methylenedianiline, see P 6.1 2651Methylene dibromide, see – 6.1 2664Methyl ether, see – 2.1 1033Methyl ethyl carbinol, see – 3 1120Methyl ethyl ether, see – 2.1 1039METHYL ETHYL KETONE – 3 1193Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤40%,with diluent Type A, available oxygen ≤8.2%), seeMethyl ethyl ketone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤45%,with diluent Type A, available oxygen ≤10%), seeMethyl ethyl ketone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤52%,with diluent Type A, available oxygen >10% and ≤10.7%), see– 5.2 3107– 5.2 3105– 5.2 31012-METHYL-5-ETHYLPYRIDINE – 6.1 2300METHYL FLUORIDE – 2.1 2454Methylfluorobenzenes (ortho-; meta-; para-), see – 3 2388METHYL FORMATE – 3 1243IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)79


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.2-METHYLFURAN – 3 2301Methyl glycol, see – 3 1188Methyl glycol acetate, see – 3 11892-Methylheptane, see – 3 12622-METHYL-2-HEPTANETHIOL – 6.1 30235-METHYLHEXAN-2-ONE – 3 23025-Methyl-2-hexanone, see – 3 2302METHYLHYDRAZINE – 6.1 1244METHYL IODIDE – 6.1 2644Methyl isobutenyl ketone, see – 3 1229METHYL ISOBUTYL CARBINOL – 3 2053Methyl isobutyl carbinol acetate, see – 3 1233METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE – 3 1245Methyl isobutyl ketone peroxide(s) (concentration ≤62%,with ≥19% by mass diluent Type A and methyl isobutyl ketone), see– 5.2 3105METHYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2480METHYL ISOPROPENYL KETONE, STABILIZED – 3 1246Methyl isopropyl ketone, see – 3 2397Methyl isopropyl ketone peroxide(s) (with diluent Type A and activeoxygen ≤6.7%)– 5.2 3109METHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE – 6.1 2477METHYL ISOVALERATE – 3 2400METHYLMAGNESIUM BROMIDE IN ETHYL ETHER – 4.3 1928METHYL MERCAPTAN P 2.3 1064Methyl mercaptopropionaldehyde, see – 6.1 2785METHYL METHACRYLATE MONOMER, STABILIZED – 3 12474-METHYLMORPHOLINE – 3 2535N-METHYLMORPHOLINE – 3 2535METHYL NITRITE (transport prohibited) – 2.2 2455Methylnitrophenols, see – 6.1 2446METHYL ORTHOSILICATE – 6.1 2606METHYLPENTADIENES – 3 24612-Methylpentane, see – 3 12083-Methylpentane, see – 3 12082-METHYLPENTAN-2-OL – 3 25604-Methylpentan-2-ol, see – 3 20534-Methyl-2-pentanone, see – 3 12454-Methyl-3-penten-2-one, see – 3 12293-Methyl-2-penten-4-yn-ol, see – 8 2705METHYLPHENYLDICHLOROSILANE – 8 2437Methyl phenyl ether, see – 3 22222-Methyl-2-phenylpropane, see – 3 27091-METHYLPIPERIDINE – 3 2399N-Methylpiperidine, see – 3 239980 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.2-Methylpropanol-1, see – 3 12122-Methyl-2-propanol – 3 11202-Methylpropanoyl chloride, see – 3 23952-Methyl-2-propen-1-ol, see – 3 2614METHYL PROPIONATE – 3 12482-Methylpropionic acid, see – 3 2529Methylpropyl acrylate, stabilized, see – 3 2527Methylpropylbenzenes, see P 3 2046METHYL PROPYL ETHER – 3 26122-Methylpropyl isobutyrate, see – 3 2528METHYL PROPYL KETONE – 3 1249Methylpyridines (2-; 3-; 4-), see – 3 23133-Methyl-4-(pyrrolidin-1-yl)benzenediazonium tetrafluoroborate(concentration 95%), see– 4.1 3234alpha-Methylstyrene, see – 3 2303Methylstyrenes, stabilized, see – 3 2618Methyl sulphate, see – 6.1 1595Methyl sulphide, see – 3 1164METHYLTETRAHYDROFURAN – 3 2536METHYL TRICHLOROACETATE – 6.1 2533METHYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 3 1250Methyltrithion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –alpha-METHYLVALERALDEHYDE – 3 23671-Methylvinyl acetate, see – 3 2403Methylvinylbenzenes, stabilized, see – 3 2618METHYL VINYL KETONE, STABILIZED – 6.1 1251Mevinphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Mexacarbate, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –M.I.B.C., see – 3 2053MINES with bursting charge – 1.1D 0137MINES with bursting charge – 1.1F 0136MINES with bursting charge – 1.2D 0138MINES with bursting charge – 1.2F 0294Mirex, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –Mischmetall, see – 4.1 1333Missiles, guided, see ROCKETS – – –Mixed acid, see – 8 1796Mixed acid, spent, see – 8 1826Mixtures of an inorganic nitrite with an ammonium salt(transport prohibited)– – –Mobam, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –MOLYBDENUM PENTACHLORIDE – 8 2508Monobromobenzene, see P 3 2514Monochloroacetic acid, molten, see – 6.1 3250IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)81


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Monochloroacetic acid, solid, see – 6.1 1751Monochloroacetic acid solution, see – 6.1 1750Monochloroacetone, stabilized, see P 6.1 1695Monochlorobenzene, see – 3 1134Monochlorobenzol, see – 3 1134Monochlorodifluoromethane, see – 2.2 1018Monochlorodifluoromethane and monochloropentafluoroethanemixture with a fixed boiling point containing about 49%monochlorodifluoromethane, see– 2.2 1973Monochlorodifluoromonobromomethane, see – 2.2 1974Monochloropentafluoroethane, see – 2.2 1020Monochlorotetrafluoroethane, see – 2.2 1021Monochlorotrifluoromethane, see – 2.2 1022Monocrotophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Monoethanolamine, see – 8 2491Monoethylamine, see – 2.1 1036Monoethylamine, aqueous solution, see – 3 2270Monomethylamine, anhydrous, see – 2.1 1061Monomethylamine, aqueous solution, see – 3 1235Monomethylaniline, see – 6.1 2294MONONITROTOLUIDINES – 6.1 2660Monopropylamine, see – 3 1277MORPHOLINE – 8 2054MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK MIXTURE P 6.1 1649MOTOR FUEL ANTI-KNOCK MIXTURE, FLAMMABLE P 6.1 3483MOTOR SPIRIT – 3 1203Muriatic acid, see – 8 1789Muritan, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –MUSK XYLENE – 4.1 2956Mysorite, see – 9 2212Nabam, see THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Naled, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Naphtha, see – 3 1268NAPHTHALENE, CRUDE – 4.1 1334NAPHTHALENE, MOLTEN – 4.1 2304NAPHTHALENE, REFINED – 4.1 1334Naphtha, petroleum, see – 3 1268Naphtha, solvent, see – 3 1268alpha-NAPHTHYLAMINE – 6.1 2077beta-NAPHTHYLAMINE, SOLID – 6.1 1650beta-NAPHTHYLAMINE SOLUTION – 6.1 3411NAPHTHYLTHIOUREA – 6.1 16511-Naphthylthiourea, see – 6.1 165182 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.alpha-Naphthylthiourea, see – 6.1 1651NAPHTHYLUREA – 6.1 1652NATURAL GAS, COMPRESSED with high methane content – 2.1 1971Natural gasoline, see MOTOR SPIRIT or GASOLINE or PETROL – – –NATURAL GAS, REFRIGERATED LIQUID with high methane content – 2.1 1972Neodymium nitrate and praseodymium nitrate mixture, see – 5.1 1456Neohexane, see – 3 1208NEON, COMPRESSED – 2.2 1065NEON, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 1913Neopentane, see – 2.1 2044Neothyl, see – 3 2612NICKEL CARBONYL P 6.1 1259NICKEL CYANIDE P 6.1 1653Nickel(II) cyanide, see P 6.1 1653NICKEL NITRATE – 5.1 2725Nickel(II) nitrate, see – 5.1 2725NICKEL NITRITE – 5.1 2726Nickel(II) nitrite, see – 5.1 2726Nickelous nitrate, see – 5.1 2725Nickelous nitrite, see – 5.1 2726Nickel tetracarbonyl, see P 6.1 1259NICOTINE – 6.1 1654NICOTINE COMPOUND, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3144NICOTINE COMPOUND, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 1655NICOTINE HYDROCHLORIDE, LIQUID – 6.1 1656NICOTINE HYDROCHLORIDE, SOLID – 6.1 3444NICOTINE HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION – 6.1 1656NICOTINE PREPARATION, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3144NICOTINE PREPARATION, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 1655NICOTINE SALICYLATE – 6.1 1657NICOTINE SULPHATE, SOLID – 6.1 3445NICOTINE SULPHATE SOLUTION – 6.1 1658NICOTINE TARTRATE – 6.1 1659NITRATES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3218NITRATES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1477NITRATING ACID MIXTURE, SPENT with more than 50% nitric acid – 8 1826NITRATING ACID MIXTURE, SPENT with not more than 50% nitric acid – 8 1826NITRATING ACID MIXTURE with more than 50% nitric acid – 8 1796NITRATING ACID MIXTURE with not more than 50% nitric acid – 8 1796NITRIC ACID other than red fuming, with at least 65% but withnot more than 70% nitric acid– 8 2031NITRIC ACID other than red fuming, with less than 65% nitric acid – 8 2031NITRIC ACID other than red fuming, with more than 70% nitric acid – 8 2031IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)83


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.NITRIC ACID, RED FUMING – 8 2032NITRIC OXIDE AND DINITROGEN TETROXIDE MIXTURE – 2.3 1975NITRIC OXIDE AND NITROGEN DIOXIDE MIXTURE – 2.3 1975NITRIC OXIDE, COMPRESSED – 2.3 1660NITRILES, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 3 3273NITRILES, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3275NITRILES, LIQUID TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3276NITRILES, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3439NITRITES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3219Nitrites, inorganic, mixtures with ammonium compounds(transport prohibited)– – –NITRITES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 2627NITROANILINES (o-, m-, p-) – 6.1 1661NITROANISOLES, LIQUID – 6.1 2730NITROANISOLES, SOLID – 6.1 3458NITROBENZENE – 6.1 1662Nitrobenzene bromides, liquid, see – 6.1 2732Nitrobenzene bromides, solid, see – 6.1 3459NITROBENZENESULPHONIC ACID – 8 2305Nitrobenzol, see – 6.1 16625-NITROBENZOTRIAZOL – 1.1D 0385NITROBENZOTRIFLUORIDES, LIQUID P 6.1 2306NITROBENZOTRIFLUORIDES, SOLID P 6.1 3431NITROBROMOBENZENES, LIQUID – 6.1 2732NITROBROMOBENZENES, SOLID – 6.1 3459Nitrocarbonitrates, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE B – – –NITROCELLULOSE dry or wetted with less than 25% water (or alcohol),by massNITROCELLULOSE MEMBRANE FILTERS with not more than 12.6%nitrogen, by dry massNITROCELLULOSE, PLASTICIZED with not less than 18% plasticizingsubstance, by massNITROCELLULOSE SOLUTION, FLAMMABLE with not more than12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass, and not more than 55% nitrocelluloseNITROCELLULOSE unmodified or plasticized with less than 18%plasticizing substance, by mass– 1.1D 0340– 4.1 3270– 1.3C 0343– 3 2059– 1.1D 0341NITROCELLULOSE, WETTED with not less than 25% alcohol, by mass – 1.3C 0342NITROCELLULOSE WITH ALCOHOL (not less than 25% alcohol,by mass, and not more than 12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass)NITROCELLULOSE with not more than 12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass,MIXTURE WITHOUT PLASTICIZER, WITHOUT PIGMENTNITROCELLULOSE with not more than 12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass,MIXTURE WITHOUT PLASTICIZER, WITH PIGMENTNITROCELLULOSE with not more than 12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass,MIXTURE WITH PLASTICIZER, WITHOUT PIGMENTNITROCELLULOSE with not more than 12.6% nitrogen, by dry mass,MIXTURE WITH PLASTICIZER, WITH PIGMENT– 4.1 2556– 4.1 2557– 4.1 2557– 4.1 2557– 4.1 255784 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.NITROCELLULOSE WITH WATER (not less than 25% water, by mass) – 4.1 2555Nitrochlorobenzenes, see – 6.1 15783-NITRO-4-CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDE P 6.1 2307Nitrocotton solution, see – 3 2059Nitrocotton with alcohol, see – 4.1 2556Nitrocotton with plasticizing substance, see – 4.1 2557Nitrocotton with water, see – 4.1 2555NITROCRESOLS, LIQUID – 6.1 3434NITROCRESOLS, SOLID – 6.1 2446NITROETHANE – 3 2842NITROGEN, COMPRESSED – 2.2 1066NITROGEN DIOXIDE – 2.3 1067Nitrogen dioxide and nitric oxide mixtures, see – 2.3 1975Nitrogen peroxide, see – 2.3 1067NITROGEN, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 1977Nitrogen sesquioxide, see – 2.3 2421NITROGEN TRIFLUORIDE – 2.2 2451NITROGEN TRIOXIDE – 2.3 2421NITROGLYCERIN, DESENSITIZED with not less than 40% non-volatilewater-insoluble phlegmatizer, by massNITROGLYCERIN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE,N.O.S. with not more than 30% nitroglycerin, by massNITROGLYCERIN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED, LIQUID, N.O.S. with notmore than 30% nitroglycerin, by massNITROGLYCERIN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED, SOLID, N.O.S. with morethan 2% but not more than 10% nitroglycerin, by massNITROGLYCERIN SOLUTION IN ALCOHOL with more than 1% but notmore than 5% nitroglycerinNITROGLYCERIN SOLUTION IN ALCOHOL with more than 1% but notmore than 10% nitroglycerinNITROGLYCERIN SOLUTION IN ALCOHOL with not more than 1%nitroglycerin– 1.1D 0143– 3 3343– 3 3357– 4.1 3319– 3 3064– 1.1D 0144– 3 1204NITROGUANIDINE dry or wetted with less than 20% water, by mass – 1.1D 0282NITROGUANIDINE, WETTED with not less than 20% water, by mass – 4.1 1336NITROHYDROCHLORIC ACID – 8 1798NITROMANNITE, WETTED with not less than 40% water, or mixture ofalcohol and water, by mass– 1.1D 0133NITROMETHANE – 3 1261Nitromuriatic acid, see – 8 1798NITRONAPHTHALENE – 4.1 2538NITROPHENOLS (o-, m-, p-) – 6.1 16634-NITROPHENYLHYDRAZINE with not less than 30% water, by mass – 4.1 3376NITROPROPANES – 3 2608p-NITROSODIMETHYLANILINE – 4.2 13694-Nitrosophenol (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3236NITROSTARCH dry or wetted, with less than 20% water, by mass – 1.1D 0146IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)85


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.NITROSTARCH, WETTED with not less than 20% water, by mass – 4.1 1337NITROSYL CHLORIDE – 2.3 1069NITROSYLSULPHURIC ACID, LIQUID – 8 2308NITROSYLSULPHURIC ACID, SOLID – 8 3456NITROTOLUENES, LIQUID – 6.1 1664NITROTOLUENES, SOLID – 6.1 3446NITROTOLUIDINES (MONO) – 6.1 2660NITROTRIAZOLONE – 1.1D 0490Nitrotrichloromethane, see – 6.1 1580NITRO UREA – 1.1D 0147Nitrous ether solution, see – 3 1194NITROUS OXIDE – 2.2 1070NITROUS OXIDE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 2201NITROXYLENES, LIQUID – 6.1 1665NITROXYLENES, SOLID – 6.1 3447Non-activated carbon, see – 4.2 1361Non-activated charcoal, see – 4.2 1361NONANES – 3 1920Nonylphenol, see P 8 3145NONYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1799Norbormide, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –2,5-NORBORNADIENE, STABILIZED – 3 2251NTO – 1.1D 0490OCTADECYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1800OCTADIENE – 3 2309OCTAFLUOROBUT-2-ENE – 2.2 2422Octafluoro-2-butene, see – 2.2 2422OCTAFLUOROCYCLOBUTANE – 2.2 1976OCTAFLUOROPROPANE – 2.2 2424Octaldehyde, see – 3 1191OCTANES – 3 12623-Octanone, see – 3 2271OCTOGEN, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0484OCTOGEN, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0226OCTOL dry or wetted with less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0266OCTOLITE dry or wetted with less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0266OCTONAL – 1.1D 0496OCTYL ALDEHYDES – 3 1191tert-Octyl mercaptan, see – 6.1 3023OCTYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1801Oenanthol, see – 3 3056Oil cake, see – 4.2 138686 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.OIL GAS, COMPRESSED – 2.3 1071Oleum, see – 8 1831Oleylamine, see Note 1 P – –Omethoate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Organic peroxide, liquid, sample, see – 5.2 3103Organic peroxide, liquid, sample, temperature controlled, see – 5.2 3113Organic peroxide, solid, sample, see – 5.2 3104Organic peroxide, solid, sample, temperature controlled, see – 5.2 3114ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE B, LIQUID – 5.2 3101ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE B, LIQUID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3111ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE B, SOLID – 5.2 3102ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE B, SOLID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3112ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE C, LIQUID – 5.2 3103ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE C, LIQUID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3113ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE C, SOLID – 5.2 3104ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE C, SOLID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3114ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE D, LIQUID – 5.2 3105ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE D, LIQUID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3115ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE D, SOLID – 5.2 3106ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE D, SOLID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3116ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE E, LIQUID – 5.2 3107ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE E, LIQUID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3117ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE E, SOLID – 5.2 3108ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE E, SOLID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3118ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE F, LIQUID – 5.2 3109ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE F, LIQUID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3119ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE F, SOLID – 5.2 3110ORGANIC PEROXIDE TYPE F, SOLID, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 5.2 3120ORGANIC PIGMENTS, SELF-HEATING – 4.2 3313ORGANOARSENIC COMPOUND, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3280ORGANOARSENIC COMPOUND, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3465ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°C– 3 2762ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 2996ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 2995ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2761Organometallic compound dispersion, water-reactive, flammable, see – 4.3 3399Organometallic compound solid, water-reactive, flammable, see – 4.3 3396Organometallic compound solution, water-reactive, flammable, see – 4.3 3399ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUND, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3282ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUND, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3467ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 3392IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)87


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, PYROPHORIC,WATER-REACTIVE– 4.2 3394ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE – 4.3 3398ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE,FLAMMABLE– 4.3 3399ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, SOLID, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 3391ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, SOLID, PYROPHORIC,WATER-REACTIVE– 4.2 3393ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, SOLID, SELF-HEATING – 4.2 3400ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, SOLID, WATER-REACTIVE – 4.3 3395ORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, SOLID, WATER-REACTIVE,FLAMMABLEORGANOMETALLIC SUBSTANCE, SOLID, WATER-REACTIVE,SELF-HEATING– 4.3 3396– 4.3 3397ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUND, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3279ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUND, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3278ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUND, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3464ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°C– 3 2784ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3018ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 3017ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2783ORGANOTIN COMPOUND, LIQUID, N.O.S. P 6.1 2788ORGANOTIN COMPOUND, SOLID, N.O.S. P 6.1 3146Organotin compounds (pesticides), see ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE P – –ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°CP 3 2787ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC P 6.1 3020ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°CP 6.1 3019ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC P 6.1 2786Orthoarsenic acid, see – 6.1 1553Orthophosphoric acid, liquid, see – 8 1805Orthophosphoric acid, solid, see – 8 3453OSMIUM TETROXIDE P 6.1 2471Oxamyl, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –OXIDIZING LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 5.1 3098OXIDIZING LIQUID, N.O.S. – 5.1 3139OXIDIZING LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 3099OXIDIZING SOLID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 5.1 3085OXIDIZING SOLID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 5.1 3137OXIDIZING SOLID, N.O.S. – 5.1 1479OXIDIZING SOLID, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 5.1 3100OXIDIZING SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 3087OXIDIZING SOLID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 5.1 312188 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Oxirane, see – 2.3 1040Oxirane with nitrogen up to a total pressure of 1 MPa (10 bar) at 50°C – 2.3 1040Oxydemeton-methyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Oxydisulfoton, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –OXYGEN, COMPRESSED – 2.2 1072OXYGEN DIFLUORIDE, COMPRESSED – 2.3 2190Oxygen fluoride, compressed, see – 2.3 2190OXYGEN GENERATOR, CHEMICAL – 5.1 3356OXYGEN, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 10731-Oxy-4-nitrobenzene, see – 6.1 1662PAINT (including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish,liquid filler and liquid lacquer base)PAINT (including paint, lacquer, enamel, stain, shellac, varnish, polish,liquid filler and liquid lacquer base)PAINT, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE (including paint, lacquer, enamel,stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base)PAINT, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE (including paint, lacquer, enamel,stain, shellac, varnish, polish, liquid filler and liquid lacquer base)PAINT RELATED MATERIAL (including paint thinning or reducingcompound)PAINT RELATED MATERIAL (including paint thinning or reducingcompound)PAPER, UNSATURATED OIL TREATED incompletely dried(including carbon paper)– 3 1263– 8 3066– 8 3470– 3 3469– 3 1263– 8 3066– 4.2 1379Para-acetaldehyde, see – 3 1264PARAFORMALDEHYDE – 4.1 2213PARALDEHYDE – 3 1264Paraoxon, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Paraquat, see BIPYRIDILIUM PESTICIDE – – –Parathion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Parathion-methyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –PCBs, liquid, see P 9 2315PCBs, solid, see P 9 3432PENTABORANE – 4.2 1380PENTACHLOROETHANE P 6.1 1669PENTACHLOROPHENOL P 6.1 3155Pentachlorophenol, see ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE P – –PENTAERYTHRITE TETRANITRATE, DESENSITIZED with not less than15% phlegmatizer, by massPENTAERYTHRITE TETRANITRATE MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED, SOLID,N.O.S. with more than 10% but not more than 20% PETN, by massPENTAERYTHRITE TETRANITRATE, WETTED with not less than 25%water, by massPENTAERYTHRITE TETRANITRATE with not less than 7% wax,by mass– 1.1D 0150– 4.1 3344– 1.1D 0150– 1.1D 0411IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)89


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.PENTAERYTHRITOL TETRANITRATE, DESENSITIZED with not lessthan 15% phlegmatizer, by massPENTAERYTHRITOL TETRANITRATE MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED,SOLID, N.O.S. with more than 10% but not more than 20% PETN,by massPENTAERYTHRITOL TETRANITRATE, WETTED with not less than 25%water, by massPENTAERYTHRITOL TETRANITRATE with not less than 7% wax,by mass– 1.1D 0150– 4.1 3344– 1.1D 0150– 1.1D 0411PENTAFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 3220Pentafluoroethoxytrifluoroethylene, see – 2.1 3154Pentafluoroethyl trifluorovinyl ether, see – 2.1 3154Pentalin, see P 6.1 1669Pentamethylene, see – 3 1146PENTAMETHYLHEPTANE – 3 22863,3,5,7,7-Pentamethyl-1,2,4-trioxepane (concentration ≤100%) – 5.2 3107Pentanals, see – 3 2058Pentane, see – 3 1265PENTANE-2,4-DIONE – 3 23102,4-Pentanedione, see – 3 2310PENTANES, LIQUID – 3 1265Pentanethiols, see – 3 1111PENTANOLS – 3 11052-Pentanone, see – 3 12493-Pentanone, see – 3 11561-PENTENE – 3 11081-PENTOL – 8 2705PENTOLITE dry or wetted with less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0151Pentylamines, see – 3 1106n-Pentylbenzene, see Note 1 P – –Pentyl butanoates, see – 3 2620Pentyl butyrates, see – 3 2620Pentyl formates, see – 3 1109Pentyl nitrates, see – 3 1112Pentyl nitrite, see – 3 1113PERCHLORATES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3211PERCHLORATES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1481PERCHLORIC ACID with more than 50% but not more than 72% acid,by massPERCHLORIC ACID, with more than 72% acid by mass(transport prohibited)– 5.1 1873– – –PERCHLORIC ACID with not more than 50% acid, by mass – 8 1802Perchlorobenzene, see – 6.1 2729Perchlorocyclopentadiene, see – 6.1 2646Perchloroethylene, see P 6.1 189790 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.PERCHLOROMETHYL MERCAPTAN P 6.1 1670PERCHLORYL FLUORIDE – 2.3 3083Perfluoroacetyl chloride, see – 2.3 3057Perfluoro-2-butene, see – 2.2 2422PERFLUORO(ETHYL VINYL ETHER) – 2.1 3154PERFLUORO(METHYL VINYL ETHER) – 2.1 3153Perfluoropropane, see – 2.2 2424PERFUMERY PRODUCTS with flammable liquid – 3 1266PERMANGANATES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3214PERMANGANATES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1482PEROXIDES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 1483Peroxyacetic acid and hydrogen peroxide mixture, see – 5.1 3149Peroxyacetic acid, Type D (concentration ≤43%), stabilized, see – 5.2 3105Peroxyacetic acid, Type E (concentration ≤43%), stabilized, see – 5.2 3107Peroxyacetic acid, Type F (concentration ≤43%), stabilized, see – 5.2 3109Peroxylauric acid (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 3118PERSULPHATES, INORGANIC, AQUEOUS SOLUTION, N.O.S. – 5.1 3216PERSULPHATES, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 5.1 3215PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, N.O.S. flashpoint lessthan 23°CPESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. flashpoint not lessthan 23°C– 3 3021– 6.1 2903PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2902PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2588PETN, DESENSITIZED with not less than 15% phlegmatizer, by mass – 1.1D 0150PETN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED, SOLID, N.O.S. with more than 10%but not more than 20% PETN, by mass– 4.1 3344PETN/TNT, see – 1.1D 0151PETN, WETTED with not less than 25% water, by mass – 1.1D 0150PETN with not less than 7% wax, by mass – 1.1D 0411PETROL – 3 1203PETROLEUM CRUDE OIL – 3 1267PETROLEUM DISTILLATES, N.O.S. – 3 1268Petroleum ether, see – 3 1268PETROLEUM GASES, LIQUEFIED – 2.1 1075Petroleum naphtha, see – 3 1268Petroleum oil, see – 3 1268PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, N.O.S. – 3 1268Petroleum raffinate, see – 3 1268PETROLEUM SOUR CRUDE OIL, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC – 3 3494Petroleum spirit, see PETROLEUM DISTILLATES, N.O.S. orPETROLEUM PRODUCTS, N.O.S.– – –PHENACYL BROMIDE – 6.1 2645Phenarsazine chloride, see P 6.1 1698IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)91


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.PHENETIDINES – 6.1 2311Phenkapton, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –PHENOLATES, LIQUID – 8 2904PHENOLATES, SOLID – 8 2905PHENOL, MOLTEN – 6.1 2312PHENOL, SOLID – 6.1 1671PHENOL SOLUTION – 6.1 2821PHENOLSULPHONIC ACID, LIQUID – 8 1803d-Phenothrin, see Note 1 P – –PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID,FLAMMABLE, TOXIC flashpoint less than 23°C– 3 3346PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3348PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC,FLAMMABLE flashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 3347PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 3345Phenthoate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –PHENYLACETONITRILE, LIQUID – 6.1 2470PHENYLACETYL CHLORIDE – 8 2577Phenylamine, see – 6.1 1547Phenyl bromide, see P 3 25141-Phenylbutane, see – 3 27092-Phenylbutane, see – 3 2709Phenyl carbimide, see – 6.1 2487PHENYLCARBYLAMINE CHLORIDE – 6.1 1672Phenylchloroform, see – 8 2226PHENYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 2746Phenyl chloromethyl ketone, liquid or solid, see – 6.1 1697Phenyl cyanide, see – 6.1 2224Phenylcyclohexane, see P 9 3082Phenyldichlorophosphine, see – 8 2798Phenyldichlorophosphine sulphide, see – 8 2799PHENYLENEDIAMINES (o-, m-, p-) – 6.1 1673Phenylethane, see – 3 1175Phenylethylene, stabilized, see – 3 2055Phenyl fluoride, see – 3 2387PHENYLHYDRAZINE – 6.1 2572Phenyliminophosgene, see – 6.1 1672PHENYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2487Phenyl isocyanodichloride, see – 6.1 1672PHENYL MERCAPTAN – 6.1 2337PHENYLMERCURIC ACETATE P 6.1 1674PHENYLMERCURIC COMPOUND, N.O.S. P 6.1 2026PHENYLMERCURIC HYDROXIDE P 6.1 1894PHENYLMERCURIC NITRATE P 6.1 189592 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Phenyl methyl carbinol, solid or liquid, see – 6.1 2937Phenyl methyl ether, see – 3 2222PHENYLPHOSPHORUS DICHLORIDE – 8 2798PHENYLPHOSPHORUS THIODICHLORIDE – 8 27992-Phenylpropene, see – 3 2303PHENYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1804Phenyltrifluoromethane, see – 3 2338Phorate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Phosalone, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Phosfolan, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –PHOSGENE – 2.3 1076Phosmet, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –9-PHOSPHABICYCLONONANES – 4.2 2940Phosphamidon, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –PHOSPHINE – 2.3 2199Phosphoretted hydrogen, see – 2.3 2199PHOSPHORIC ACID, SOLID – 8 3453PHOSPHORIC ACID SOLUTION – 8 1805Phosphoric anhydride, see – 8 1807Phosphoric chloride, see – 8 1806Phosphoric pentachloride, see – 8 1806Phosphoric perchloride, see – 8 1806PHOSPHOROUS ACID – 8 2834PHOSPHORUS, AMORPHOUS – 4.1 1338Phosphorus bromide, see – 8 1808Phosphorus chloride, see – 6.1 1809PHOSPHORUS HEPTASULPHIDE free from yellow or white phosphorus – 4.1 1339PHOSPHORUS OXYBROMIDE, MOLTEN – 8 2576PHOSPHORUS OXYBROMIDE – 8 1939PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE – 6.1 1810PHOSPHORUS PENTABROMIDE – 8 2691PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE – 8 1806PHOSPHORUS PENTAFLUORIDE – 2.3 2198PHOSPHORUS PENTASULPHIDE free from yellow or white phosphorus – 4.3 1340PHOSPHORUS PENTOXIDE – 8 1807Phosphorus, red, see – 4.1 1338PHOSPHORUS SESQUISULPHIDE free from yellow or whitephosphorusPhosphorus(V) sulphide, free from from yellow or white phosphorus,see– 4.1 1341– 4.3 1340Phosphorus sulphochloride, see – 8 1837PHOSPHORUS TRIBROMIDE – 8 1808PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE – 6.1 1809PHOSPHORUS TRIOXIDE – 8 2578IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)93


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.PHOSPHORUS TRISULPHIDE free from yellow or white phosphorus – 4.1 1343PHOSPHORUS, WHITE, DRY P 4.2 1381PHOSPHORUS, WHITE, IN SOLUTION P 4.2 1381PHOSPHORUS, WHITE, MOLTEN P 4.2 2447PHOSPHORUS, WHITE, UNDER WATER P 4.2 1381PHOSPHORUS, YELLOW, DRY P 4.2 1381PHOSPHORUS, YELLOW, IN SOLUTION P 4.2 1381PHOSPHORUS, YELLOW, UNDER WATER P 4.2 1381Phosphoryl bromide, molten, see – 8 2576Phosphoryl bromide, solid, see – 8 1939Phosphoryl chloride, see – 6.1 1810PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE with more than 0.05% of maleic anhydride – 8 2214PICOLINES – 3 2313Picramic acid, wetted with not less than 20% water, by mass, see – 4.1 3317PICRAMIDE – 1.1D 0153PICRIC ACID dry or wetted with less than 30% water, by mass – 1.1D 0154PICRIC ACID, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3364PICRIC ACID, WETTED with not less than 30% water, by mass – 4.1 1344PICRITE dry or wetted with less than 20% water, by mass – 1.1D 0282PICRITE, WETTED with not less than 20% water, by mass – 4.1 1336PICRYL CHLORIDE – 1.1D 0155PICRYL CHLORIDE, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3365Pinanyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤56%, with diluent Type A), see – 5.2 3109Pinanyl hydroperoxide (concentration >56–100%), see – 5.2 3105Pindone (and salts of), see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –alpha-PINENE – 3 2368PINE OIL – 3 1272PIPERAZINE – 8 2579PIPERIDINE – 8 2401Pirimicarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Pirimiphos-ethyl, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Pivaloyl chloride, see – 6.1 2438Plastic explosives, see – 1.1D 0084PLASTICS MOULDING COMPOUND in dough, sheet orextruded rope form, evolving flammable vapour– 9 3314PLASTICS, NITROCELLULOSE-BASED, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 4.2 2006Platinic chloride, solid, see – 8 2507Polish, see PAINT – – –POLYAMINES, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 3 2733POLYAMINES, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 8 2734POLYAMINES, LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 2735POLYAMINES, SOLID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 8 3259POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS, LIQUID P 9 231594 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS, SOLID P 9 3432POLYESTER RESIN KIT – 3 3269Polyether poly-tert-butylperoxycarbonate (concentration ≤52%,with diluent Type B), see– 5.2 3107POLYHALOGENATED BIPHENYLS, LIQUID P 9 3151POLYHALOGENATED BIPHENYLS, SOLID P 9 3152POLYHALOGENATED TERPHENYLS, LIQUID P 9 3151POLYHALOGENATED TERPHENYLS, SOLID P 9 3152POLYMERIC BEADS, EXPANDABLE evolving flammable vapour – 9 2211Polystyrene beads, expandable, see – 9 2211Polystyrene beads, expandable, evolving flammable vapour, see – 9 2211POTASSIUM – 4.3 2257Potassium acid fluoride, solid, see – 8 1811Potassium acid fluoride solution, see – 8 1811Potassium alloys, metal, see – 4.3 1420Potassium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1389Potassium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3401Potassium amide, see – 4.3 1390Potassium antimony tartrate, see – 6.1 1551POTASSIUM ARSENATE – 6.1 1677POTASSIUM ARSENITE – 6.1 1678Potassium bifluoride, solid, see – 8 1811Potassium bifluoride solution, see – 8 3421Potassium bisulphate, see – 8 2509Potassium bisulphite solution, see – 8 2693POTASSIUM BOROHYDRIDE – 4.3 1870POTASSIUM BROMATE – 5.1 1484POTASSIUM CHLORATE – 5.1 1485POTASSIUM CHLORATE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 5.1 2427Potassium chlorate mixed with mineral oil, see – 1.1D 0083POTASSIUM CUPROCYANIDE P 6.1 1679POTASSIUM CYANIDE, SOLID P 6.1 1680POTASSIUM CYANIDE SOLUTION P 6.1 3413Potassium cyanocuprate(I), see P 6.1 1679Potassium cyanomercurate, see P 6.1 1626Potassium dicyanocuprate(I), see – 6.1 1679Potassium dihydrogen arsenate, see – 6.1 1677Potassium dispersions, see – 4.3 1391POTASSIUM DITHIONITE – 4.2 1929POTASSIUM FLUORIDE, SOLID – 6.1 1812POTASSIUM FLUORIDE SOLUTION – 6.1 3422POTASSIUM FLUOROACETATE – 6.1 2628POTASSIUM FLUOROSILICATE – 6.1 2655IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)95


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Potassium hexafluorosilicate, see – 6.1 2655Potassium hydrate, see – 8 1814POTASSIUM HYDROGEN DIFLUORIDE, SOLID – 8 1811POTASSIUM HYDROGEN DIFLUORIDE SOLUTION – 8 3421Potassium hydrogen fluoride, solid, see – 8 1811Potassium hydrogen fluoride solution, see – 8 3421POTASSIUM HYDROGEN SULPHATE – 8 2509POTASSIUM HYDROSULPHITE – 4.2 1929Potassium hydroxide, liquid, see – 8 1814POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLID – 8 1813POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION – 8 1814Potassium hypochlorite solution, see – 8 1791Potassium mercuric iodide, see P 6.1 1643POTASSIUM METAL ALLOYS, LIQUID – 4.3 1420POTASSIUM METAL ALLOYS, SOLID – 4.3 3403POTASSIUM METAVANADATE – 6.1 2864POTASSIUM MONOXIDE – 8 2033POTASSIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1486Potassium nitrate and sodium nitrate mixture, see – 5.1 1499POTASSIUM NITRATE AND SODIUM NITRITE MIXTURE – 5.1 1487POTASSIUM NITRITE – 5.1 1488Potassium oxide, see – 8 2033POTASSIUM PERCHLORATE – 5.1 1489POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE – 5.1 1490POTASSIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1491POTASSIUM PERSULPHATE – 5.1 1492POTASSIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 2012Potassium silicofluoride, see – 6.1 2655POTASSIUM SODIUM ALLOYS, LIQUID – 4.3 1422POTASSIUM SODIUM ALLOYS, SOLID – 4.3 3404POTASSIUM SULPHIDE, ANHYDROUS – 4.2 1382POTASSIUM SULPHIDE, HYDRATED with not less than 30% waterof crystallization– 8 1847POTASSIUM SULPHIDE with less than 30% water of crystallization – 4.2 1382POTASSIUM SUPEROXIDE – 5.1 2466Potassium tetracyanomercurate(II), see – 6.1 1626Potassium vanadate, see – 6.1 2864POWDER CAKE, WETTED with not less than 17% alcohol, by mass – 1.1C 0433POWDER CAKE, WETTED with not less than 25% water, by mass – 1.3C 0159POWDER PASTE, WETTED with not less than 17% alcohol, by mass – 1.1C 0433POWDER PASTE, WETTED with not less than 25% water, by mass – 1.3C 0159POWDER, SMOKELESS – 1.1C 0160POWDER, SMOKELESS – 1.3C 016196 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.POWDER, SMOKELESS – 1.4C 0509Power devices, explosive, see CARTRIDGES, POWER DEVICE – – –Praseodymium nitrate and neodymium nitrate mixture, see – 5.1 1465PRIMERS, CAP TYPE – 1.1B 0377PRIMERS, CAP TYPE – 1.4B 0378PRIMERS, CAP TYPE – 1.4S 0044Primers, small arms, see – 1.4S 0044PRIMERS, TUBULAR – 1.3G 0319PRIMERS, TUBULAR – 1.4G 0320PRIMERS, TUBULAR – 1.4S 0376PRINTING INK flammable – 3 1210PRINTING INK RELATED MATERIAL (including printing ink thinning orreducing compound), flammable– 3 1210Projectiles, illuminating, see AMMUNITION, ILLUMINATING – – –PROJECTILES inert, with tracer – 1.3G 0424PROJECTILES inert, with tracer – 1.4G 0425PROJECTILES inert, with tracer – 1.4S 0345PROJECTILES with burster or expelling charge – 1.2D 0346PROJECTILES with burster or expelling charge – 1.2F 0426PROJECTILES with burster or expelling charge – 1.2G 0434PROJECTILES with burster or expelling charge – 1.4D 0347PROJECTILES with burster or expelling charge – 1.4F 0427PROJECTILES with burster or expelling charge – 1.4G 0435PROJECTILES with bursting charge – 1.1D 0168PROJECTILES with bursting charge – 1.1F 0167PROJECTILES with bursting charge – 1.2D 0169PROJECTILES with bursting charge – 1.2F 0324PROJECTILES with bursting charge – 1.4D 0344Promecarb, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –Promurit, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE – – –Propachlor, see Note 1 P – –Propadiene and methylacetylene mixture, stabilized, see – 2.1 1060PROPADIENE, STABILIZED – 2.1 2200PROPANE – 2.1 1978PROPANETHIOLS – 3 2402n-PROPANOL (PROPYL ALCOHOL, NORMAL) – 3 12741-Propanol, see – 3 12742-Propanol, see – 3 12192-Propanone, see – 3 10902-Propanone solutions, see – 3 1090Propanoyl chloride, see – 3 1815Propaphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Propargyl bromide, see – 3 2345IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)97


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.PROPELLANT, LIQUID – 1.1C 0497PROPELLANT, LIQUID – 1.3C 0495PROPELLANT, SOLID – 1.1C 0498PROPELLANT, SOLID – 1.3C 0499PROPELLANT, SOLID – 1.4C 0501Propellants, single, double or triple base, see POWDER, SMOKELESS – – –Propenal, stabilized, see P 6.1 1092Propene, see – 2.1 1077Propenenitrile, stabilized, see – 3 10932-Propenoic acid dimethylaminoethyl ester, see – 6.1 3302Propenoic acid, stabilized, see – 8 22183-(2-Propenoxy)propene, see – 3 2360Propenyl alcohol, see – 6.1 10982-Propenylamine, see – 6.1 2334alpha-Propenyldichlorohydrin, see – 6.1 2750PROPIONALDEHYDE – 3 1275PROPIONIC ACID with not less than 10% and less than 90% acid,by mass– 8 1848PROPIONIC ACID with not less than 90% acid, by mass – 8 3463Propionic aldehyde, see – 3 1275PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE – 8 2496PROPIONITRILE – 3 2404PROPIONYL CHLORIDE – 3 1815Propoxur, see CARBAMATE PESTICIDE P – –1-Propoxypropane, see – 3 2384n-PROPYL ACETATE – 3 1276n-Propyl alcohol, see – 3 1274PROPYL ALCOHOL, NORMAL – 3 1274Propyl aldehyde, see – 3 1275PROPYLAMINE – 3 1277n-PROPYLBENZENE – 3 2364Propyl bromides, see – 3 2344Propyl chloride, see – 3 1278Propyl chlorocarbonate, see – 6.1 2740n-PROPYL CHLOROFORMATE – 6.1 2740Propyl cyanide, see – 3 2411PROPYLENE – 2.1 1077Propylene, acetylene and ethylene mixture, refrigerated liquid, see – 2.1 3138PROPYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN – 6.1 26111,2-PROPYLENEDIAMINE – 8 2258Propylene dichloride, see – 3 1279PROPYLENEIMINE, STABILIZED – 3 1921PROPYLENE OXIDE – 3 128098 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.PROPYLENE TETRAMER – 3 2850Propylene trimer, see – 3 2057Propyl ether, see – 3 2384PROPYL FORMATES – 3 1281Propylformic acid, see – 8 2820Propylidene dichloride, see – 3 1993Propyl iodides, see – 3 2392n-PROPYL ISOCYANATE – 6.1 2482Propyl mercaptan, see – 3 2402Propyl methanoates, see – 3 1281n-PROPYL NITRATE – 3 1865PROPYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 8 1816Prothoate, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Prussic acid, anhydrous, stabilized, containing less than 3% water, see P 6.1 1051Prussic acid, anhydrous, stabilized, containing less than 3% water andabsorbed in a porous inert material, seeP 6.1 1614Prussic acid, aqueous solution, see P 6.1 1613Prussic acid, aqueous solution with not more than 20% hydrogencyanide, seeP 6.1 1613Pyrazine hexahydride, solid, see – 8 2579Pyrazophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Pyrazoxon, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –PYRETHROID PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, flashpointless than 23°C– 3 3350PYRETHROID PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3352PYRETHROID PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flashpointnot less than 23°C– 6.1 3351PYRETHROID PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 3349PYRIDINE – 3 1282PYROPHORIC ALLOY, N.O.S. – 4.2 1383Pyrophoric articles, see – 1.2L 0380PYROPHORIC LIQUID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3194PYROPHORIC LIQUID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 2845PYROPHORIC METAL, N.O.S. – 4.2 1383Pyrophoric organometallic compound, water-reactive, liquid, see – 4.2 3394Pyrophoric organometallic compound, water-reactive, solid, see – 4.2 3393PYROPHORIC SOLID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3200PYROPHORIC SOLID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 2846Pyrosulphuric acid, see – 8 1831PYROSULPHURYL CHLORIDE – 8 1817Pyroxylin solution, see – 3 2059PYRROLIDINE – 3 1922Quinalphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)99


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.QUINOLINE – 6.1 2656Quinone, see – 6.1 2587Quizalofop, see Note 1 P – –Quizalofop-P-ethyl, see Note 1 P – –Racumin, see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –Radioactive isotopes (A 1 and A 2 values for), see 2.7.2.2 – – –RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – ARTICLES – 7 2911RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – ARTICLESMANUFACTURED FROM DEPLETED URANIUMRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – ARTICLESMANUFACTURED FROM NATURAL THORIUMRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – ARTICLESMANUFACTURED FROM NATURAL URANIUMRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – EMPTYPACKAGING– 7 2909– 7 2909– 7 2909– 7 2908RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – INSTRUMENTS – 7 2911RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, EXCEPTED PACKAGE – LIMITEDQUANTITY OF MATERIAL– 7 2910RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, LOW SPECIFIC ACTIVITY (LSA-II), FISSILE – 7 3324RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, LOW SPECIFIC ACTIVITY (LSA-III), FISSILE – 7 3325RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, LOW SPECIFIC ACTIVITY (LSA-I), non fissileor fissile – exceptedRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, LOW SPECIFIC ACTIVITY (LSA-II),non fissile or fissile – exceptedRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, LOW SPECIFIC ACTIVITY (LSA-III),non fissile or fissile – exceptedRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, SURFACE CONTAMINATED OBJECTS(SCO-I or SCO-II), FISSILERADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, SURFACE CONTAMINATED OBJECTS(SCO-I or SCO-II), non fissile or fissile – exceptedRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TRANSPORTED UNDER SPECIALARRANGEMENT, FISSILERADIOACTIVE MATERIAL TRANSPORTED UNDER SPECIALARRANGEMENT non fissile or fissile – exceptedRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE A PACKAGE, FISSILE, non-specialformRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE A PACKAGE, non-special form,non fissile or fissile – exceptedRADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE A PACKAGE, SPECIAL FORM,FISSILERADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE A PACKAGE, SPECIAL FORM,non fissile or fissile – excepted– 7 2912– 7 3321– 7 3322– 7 3326– 7 2913– 7 3331– 7 2919– 7 3327– 7 2915– 7 3333– 7 3332RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE B(M) PACKAGE, FISSILE – 7 3329RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE B(M) PACKAGE, non fissile orfissile – excepted– 7 2917RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL TYPE B(U) PACKAGE, FISSILE – 7 3328RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE B(U) PACKAGE, non fissile orfissile – excepted– 7 2916100 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE C PACKAGE, FISSILE – 7 3330RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, TYPE C PACKAGE, non fissile orfissile – excepted– 7 3323RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, URANIUM HEXAFLUORIDE, FISSILE – 7 2977RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL, URANIUM HEXAFLUORIDE, non fissile orfissile – excepted– 7 2978Radionuclides (A 1 and A 2 values for), see 2.7.2.2 – – –RAGS, OILY – 4.2 1856Railway fusees, see SIGNAL DEVICES, HAND – – –RDX AND CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINE MIXTURE,DESENSITIZED with not less than 10% phlegmatizer, by massRDX AND CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENETETRANITRAMINE MIXTURE,WETTED with not less than 15% water, by massRDX AND HMX MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not less than 10%phlegmatizer, by massRDX AND HMX MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than 15% water,by massRDX AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE, DESENSITIZED with not less than10% phlegmatizer, by massRDX AND OCTOGEN MIXTURE, WETTED with not less than15% water, by mass– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391– 1.1D 0391RDX, DESENSITIZED – 1.1D 0483RDX/TNT, see – 1.1D 0118RDX/TNT/aluminium, see – 1.1D 0393RDX, WETTED with not less than 15% water, by mass – 1.1D 0072RECEPTACLES, SMALL, CONTAINING GAS without a release device,non refillable– 2 2037Red phosphorus, see – 4.1 1338REFRIGERANT GAS, N.O.S. – 2.2 1078REFRIGERANT GAS R 12 – 2.2 1028REFRIGERANT GAS R 12B1 – 2.2 1974REFRIGERANT GAS R 13 – 2.2 1022REFRIGERANT GAS R 13B1 – 2.2 1009REFRIGERANT GAS R 14 – 2.2 1982REFRIGERANT GAS R 21 – 2.2 1029REFRIGERANT GAS R 22 – 2.2 1018REFRIGERANT GAS R 23 – 2.2 1984REFRIGERANT GAS R 32 – 2.1 3252REFRIGERANT GAS R 40 – 2.1 1063REFRIGERANT GAS R 41 – 2.1 2454REFRIGERANT GAS R 114 – 2.2 1958REFRIGERANT GAS R 115 – 2.2 1020REFRIGERANT GAS R 116 – 2.2 2193REFRIGERANT GAS R 124 – 2.2 1021REFRIGERANT GAS R 125 – 2.2 3220REFRIGERANT GAS R 133a – 2.2 1983IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)101


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.REFRIGERANT GAS R 134a – 2.2 3159REFRIGERANT GAS R 142b – 2.1 2517REFRIGERANT GAS R 143a – 2.1 2035REFRIGERANT GAS R 152a – 2.1 1030REFRIGERANT GAS R 161 – 2.1 2453REFRIGERANT GAS R 218 – 2.2 2424REFRIGERANT GAS R 227 – 2.2 3296REFRIGERANT GAS R 404A – 2.2 3337REFRIGERANT GAS R 407A – 2.2 3338REFRIGERANT GAS R 407B – 2.2 3339REFRIGERANT GAS R 407C – 2.2 3340REFRIGERANT GAS R 500 – 2.2 2602REFRIGERANT GAS R 502 – 2.2 1973REFRIGERANT GAS R 503 – 2.2 2599REFRIGERANT GAS R 1113 – 2.3 1082REFRIGERANT GAS R 1132a – 2.1 1959REFRIGERANT GAS R 1216 – 2.2 1858REFRIGERANT GAS R 1318 – 2.2 2422REFRIGERANT GAS RC 318 – 2.2 1976REFRIGERATING MACHINES containing flammable, non-toxic,liquefied gasREFRIGERATING MACHINES containing non-flammable, non-toxicgases or ammonia solution (UN 2672)– 2.1 3358– 2.2 2857REGULATED MEDICAL WASTE, N.O.S. – 6.2 3291RELEASE DEVICES, EXPLOSIVE – 1.4S 0173RESIN SOLUTION flammable – 3 1866Resorcin, see – 6.1 2876RESORCINOL – 6.1 2876RIVETS, EXPLOSIVE – 1.4S 0174Road asphalt, see – 3 1999ROCKET MOTORS – 1.1C 0280ROCKET MOTORS – 1.2C 0281ROCKET MOTORS – 1.3C 0186ROCKET MOTORS, LIQUID FUELLED – 1.2J 0395ROCKET MOTORS, LIQUID FUELLED – 1.3J 0396ROCKET MOTORS WITH HYPERGOLIC LIQUIDS with or withoutexpelling chargeROCKET MOTORS WITH HYPERGOLIC LIQUIDS with or withoutexpelling charge– 1.2L 0322– 1.3L 0250ROCKETS, LINE-THROWING – 1.2G 0238ROCKETS, LINE-THROWING – 1.3G 0240ROCKETS, LINE-THROWING – 1.4G 0453ROCKETS, LIQUID FUELLED with bursting charge – 1.1J 0397ROCKETS, LIQUID FUELLED with bursting charge – 1.2J 0398102 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ROCKETS with bursting charge – 1.1E 0181ROCKETS with bursting charge – 1.1F 0180ROCKETS with bursting charge – 1.2E 0182ROCKETS with bursting charge – 1.2F 0295ROCKETS with expelling charge – 1.2C 0436ROCKETS with expelling charge – 1.3C 0437ROCKETS with expelling charge – 1.4C 0438ROCKETS with inert head – 1.2C 0502ROCKETS with inert head – 1.3C 0183ROSIN OIL – 3 1286Rotenone, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –RUBBER SCRAP powdered or granulated, not exceeding 840 micronsand rubber content exceeding 45%– 4.1 1345RUBBER SOLUTION – 3 1287RUBIDIUM – 4.3 1423Rubidium alloy (liquid), see – 4.3 1421Rubidium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1389Rubidium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3401Rubidium amide, see – 4.3 1390Rubidium dispersion, see – 4.3 1391Rubidium nitrate, see – 5.1 1477RUBIDIUM HYDROXIDE – 8 2678RUBIDIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION – 8 2677Salithion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Saltpetre, see – 5.1 1486SAMPLES, EXPLOSIVE other than initiating explosive – 1 0190Sand acid, see – 8 1778Schradan, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –SEAT-BELT PRETENSIONERS – 1.4G 0503SEAT-BELT PRETENSIONERS – 9 3268SEED CAKE, containing vegetable oil(a) mechanically expelled seeds, containing more than10% of oil or more than 20% of oil and moisture combinedSEED CAKE, containing vegetable oil(b) solvent extractions and expelled seeds, containing not morethan 10% of oil and when the amount of moisture is higher than10%, not more than 20% of oil and moisture combinedSEED CAKE with not more than 1.5% oil and not more than11% moisture– 4.2 1386– 4.2 1386– 4.2 2217Seed expellers, oily, see – 4.2 1386SELENATES – 6.1 2630SELENIC ACID – 8 1905Seleninyl chloride, see – 8 2879SELENITES – 6.1 2630IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)103


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.SELENIUM COMPOUND, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3440SELENIUM COMPOUND, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3283SELENIUM DISULPHIDE – 6.1 2657SELENIUM HEXAFLUORIDE – 2.3 2194Selenium hydride, see – 2.3 2202SELENIUM OXYCHLORIDE – 8 2879SELF-HEATING LIQUID, CORROSIVE, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3188SELF-HEATING LIQUID, CORROSIVE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3185SELF-HEATING LIQUID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3186SELF-HEATING LIQUID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3183SELF-HEATING LIQUID, TOXIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3187SELF-HEATING LIQUID, TOXIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3184SELF-HEATING SOLID, CORROSIVE, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3192SELF-HEATING SOLID, CORROSIVE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3126SELF-HEATING SOLID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3190SELF-HEATING SOLID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3088SELF-HEATING SOLID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 4.2 3127SELF-HEATING SOLID, TOXIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3191SELF-HEATING SOLID, TOXIC, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 4.2 3128Self-reactive liquid, sample, see – 4.1 3223Self-reactive liquid, sample, temperature controlled, see – 4.1 3233SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE B – 4.1 3221SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE B, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3231SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE C – 4.1 3223SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE C, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3233SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE D – 4.1 3225SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE D, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3235SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE E – 4.1 3227SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE E, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3237SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE F – 4.1 3229SELF-REACTIVE LIQUID TYPE F, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3239Self-reactive solid, sample, see – 4.1 3224Self-reactive solid, sample, temperature controlled, see – 4.1 3234SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE B – 4.1 3222SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE B, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3232SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE C – 4.1 3224SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE C, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3234SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE D – 4.1 3226SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE D, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3236SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE E – 4.1 3228SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE E, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3238SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE F – 4.1 3230SELF-REACTIVE SOLID TYPE F, TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED – 4.1 3240104 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.SHALE OIL – 3 1288Shaped charges, see CHARGES, SHAPED – – –Shellac, see PAINT – – –SIGNAL DEVICES, HAND – 1.4G 0191SIGNAL DEVICES, HAND – 1.4S 0373SIGNALS, DISTRESS, ship – 1.1G 0194SIGNALS, DISTRESS, ship – 1.3G 0195SIGNALS, DISTRESS, ship – 1.4G 0505SIGNALS, DISTRESS, ship – 1.4S 0506Signals, distress, ship, water-activated, see CONTRIVANCES,WATER-ACTIVATED– – –SIGNALS, RAILWAY TRACK, EXPLOSIVE – 1.1G 0192SIGNALS, RAILWAY TRACK, EXPLOSIVE – 1.3G 0492SIGNALS, RAILWAY TRACK, EXPLOSIVE – 1.4G 0493SIGNALS, RAILWAY TRACK, EXPLOSIVE – 1.4S 0193SIGNALS, SMOKE – 1.1G 0196SIGNALS, SMOKE – 1.2G 0313SIGNALS, SMOKE – 1.3G 0487SIGNALS, SMOKE – 1.4G 0197SIGNALS, SMOKE – 1.4S 0507Silafluofen, see Note 1 P – –SILANE – 2.1 2203Silicofluoric acid, see – 8 1778Silicofluorides, n.o.s., see – 6.1 2856Silicon chloride, see – 8 1818SILICON POWDER, AMORPHOUS – 4.1 1346SILICON TETRACHLORIDE – 8 1818SILICON TETRAFLUORIDE – 2.3 1859Silicon tetrahydride, compressed, see – 2.1 2203SILVER ARSENITE P 6.1 1683SILVER CYANIDE P 6.1 1684SILVER NITRATE – 5.1 1493Silver orthoarsenite, see P 6.1 1683SILVER PICRATE, dry or wetted with less than 30% water, by mass(transport prohibited)– – –SILVER PICRATE, WETTED with not less than 30% water, by mass – 4.1 1347Sisal, dry, see – 4.1 3360SLUDGE ACID – 8 1906Slurry, explosives, see EXPLOSIVES, BLASTING, TYPE E – – –Smokeless powder, see – 1.1C 0160SODA LIME with more than 4% sodium hydroxide – 8 1907SODIUM – 4.3 1428SODIUM ALUMINATE, SOLID – 8 2812SODIUM ALUMINATE SOLUTION – 8 1819IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)105


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.SODIUM ALUMINIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 2835Sodium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1389Sodium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3401Sodium amide, see – 4.3 1390SODIUM AMMONIUM VANADATE – 6.1 2863SODIUM ARSANILATE – 6.1 2473SODIUM ARSENATE – 6.1 1685SODIUM ARSENITE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 6.1 1686Sodium arsenite (pesticide), see ARSENICAL PESTICIDE – – –SODIUM ARSENITE, SOLID – 6.1 2027SODIUM AZIDE – 6.1 1687Sodium bifluoride, see – 8 2439Sodium bisulphite solution, see – 8 2693SODIUM BOROHYDRIDE – 4.3 1426SODIUM BOROHYDRIDE AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTIONwith not more than 12% sodium borohydride and not more than40% sodium hydroxide, by mass– 8 3320SODIUM BROMATE – 5.1 1494SODIUM CACODYLATE – 6.1 1688SODIUM CARBONATE PEROXYHYDRATE – 5.1 3378SODIUM CHLORATE – 5.1 1495SODIUM CHLORATE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION – 5.1 2428Sodium chlorate mixed with dinitrotoluene, see – 1.1D 0083SODIUM CHLORITE – 5.1 1496SODIUM CHLOROACETATE – 6.1 2659Sodium copper cyanide, solid, see P 6.1 2316Sodium copper cyanide solution, see P 6.1 2317SODIUM CUPROCYANIDE, SOLID P 6.1 2316SODIUM CUPROCYANIDE SOLUTION P 6.1 2317SODIUM CYANIDE, SOLID P 6.1 1689SODIUM CYANIDE SOLUTION P 6.1 3414Sodium 2-diazo-1-naphthol-4-sulphonate (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3226Sodium 2-diazo-1-naphthol-5-sulphonate (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3226Sodium dicyanocuprate(I), solid, see P 6.1 2316Sodium dicyanocuprate(I) solution, see – 6.1 2317SODIUM DINITRO-ortho-CRESOLATE dry or wetted with less than15% water, by massSODIUM DINITRO-o-CRESOLATE, WETTED with not less than10% water, by massSODIUM DINITRO-o-CRESOLATE, WETTED with not less than15% water, by massP 1.3C 0234P 4.1 3369P 4.1 1348Sodium dioxide, see – 5.1 1504Sodium dispersion, see – 4.3 1391SODIUM DITHIONITE – 4.2 1384SODIUM FLUORIDE, SOLID – 6.1 1690106 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.SODIUM FLUORIDE SOLUTION – 6.1 3415SODIUM FLUOROACETATE – 6.1 2629SODIUM FLUOROSILICATE – 6.1 2674Sodium hexafluorosilicate, see – 6.1 2674Sodium hydrate, see – 8 1824SODIUM HYDRIDE – 4.3 1427Sodium hydrogen 4-aminophenylarsenate, see – 6.1 2473SODIUM HYDROGENDIFLUORIDE – 8 2439Sodium hydrogen sulphite solution, see – 8 2693SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE with less than 25% water of crystallization – 4.2 2318SODIUM HYDROSULPHIDE, HYDRATED with not less than 25% waterof crystallization– 8 2949SODIUM HYDROSULPHITE – 4.2 1384SODIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLID – 8 1823SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION – 8 1824Sodium hypochlorite solution, see – 8 1791Sodium metaarsenite, see – 6.1 2027Sodium metasilicate, see – 8 3253Sodium metasilicate pentahydrate, see – 8 3253Sodium methoxide, see – 4.2 1431Sodium methoxide solutions in alcohols, see – 3 1289SODIUM METHYLATE – 4.2 1431SODIUM METHYLATE SOLUTION in alcohol – 3 1289Sodium monochloroacetate, see – 6.1 2659SODIUM MONOXIDE – 8 1825SODIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1498SODIUM NITRATE AND POTASSIUM NITRATE MIXTURE – 5.1 1499SODIUM NITRITE – 5.1 1500Sodium nitrite and potassium nitrate mixture, see – 5.1 1487Sodium orthoarsenate, see – 6.1 1685Sodium oxide, see – 8 1825SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE P 6.1 2567Sodium perborate, anhydrous, see – 5.1 3247SODIUM PERBORATE MONOHYDRATE – 5.1 3377Sodium percarbonate, see – 5.1 3378SODIUM PERCHLORATE – 5.1 1502SODIUM PERMANGANATE – 5.1 1503SODIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1504SODIUM PEROXOBORATE, ANHYDROUS – 5.1 3247SODIUM PERSULPHATE – 5.1 1505SODIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 1432SODIUM PICRAMATE dry or wetted with less than 20% water, by mass – 1.3C 0235SODIUM PICRAMATE, WETTED with not less than 20% water, by mass – 4.1 1349IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)107


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Sodium potassium alloys, see – 4.3 1422Sodium silicofluoride, see – 6.1 2674SODIUM SULPHIDE, ANHYDROUS – 4.2 1385SODIUM SULPHIDE, HYDRATED with not less than 30% water – 8 1849SODIUM SULPHIDE with less than 30% water of crystallization – 4.2 1385Sodium sulphydrate, see – 4.2 2318SODIUM SUPEROXIDE – 5.1 2547SOLIDS CONTAINING CORROSIVE LIQUID, N.O.S. – 8 3244SOLIDS CONTAINING FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. – 4.1 3175SOLIDS CONTAINING TOXIC LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3243Solvents, flammable, n.o.s., see – 3 1993Solvents, toxic, flammable, n.o.s., see – 3 1992SOUNDING DEVICES, EXPLOSIVE – 1.1D 0374SOUNDING DEVICES, EXPLOSIVE – 1.1F 0296SOUNDING DEVICES, EXPLOSIVE – 1.2D 0375SOUNDING DEVICES, EXPLOSIVE – 1.2F 0204Squibs, see IGNITERS, UN 0325 and UN 0454 – – –Stain, see PAINT – – –STANNIC CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS – 8 1827STANNIC CHLORIDE PENTAHYDRATE – 8 2440STANNIC PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 1433Steel swarf, see – 4.2 2793STIBINE – 2.3 2676STRAW – 4.1 1327Strontium alloy, non-pyrophoric, see – 4.3 1393Strontium alloy, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383Strontium amalgams, liquid, see – 4.3 1392Strontium amalgams, solid, see – 4.3 3402STRONTIUM ARSENITE – 6.1 1691STRONTIUM CHLORATE – 5.1 1506Strontium dioxide, see – 5.1 1509Strontium dispersion, see – 4.3 1391STRONTIUM NITRATE – 5.1 1507Strontium orthoarsenite, see – 6.1 1691STRONTIUM PERCHLORATE – 5.1 1508STRONTIUM PEROXIDE – 5.1 1509STRONTIUM PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 2013Strontium, powder, see – 4.2 1383Strontium powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383STRYCHNINE P 6.1 1692Strychnine pesticides, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. P – –STRYCHNINE SALTS P 6.1 1692108 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.STYPHNIC ACID dry or wetted with less than 20% water, or mixture ofalcohol and water, by massSTYPHNIC ACID, WETTED with not less than 20% water, or mixture ofalcohol and water, by mass– 1.1D 0219– 1.1D 0394STYRENE MONOMER, STABILIZED – 3 2055SUBSTANCES, EVI, N.O.S. – 1.5D 0482SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1A 0473SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1C 0474SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1D 0475SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1G 0476SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.1L 0357SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.2L 0358SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.3C 0477SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.3G 0478SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.3L 0359SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4C 0479SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4D 0480SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4G 0485SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, N.O.S. – 1.4S 0481SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSIVE, VERY INSENSITIVE, N.O.S. – 1.5D 0482SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE,TOXIC, flashpoint less than 23°C– 3 2780SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3014SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC,FLAMMABLE, flashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 3013SUBSTITUTED NITROPHENOL PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2779Sulfotep, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Sulfur, see Sulphur – – –SULPHAMIC ACID – 8 2967Sulphonyl chloride, see – 6.1 1834SULPHUR – 4.1 1350SULPHUR CHLORIDES – 8 1828Sulphur dichloride, see – 8 1828SULPHUR DIOXIDE – 2.3 1079Sulphuretted hydrogen, see – 2.3 1053SULPHUR HEXAFLUORIDE – 2.2 1080Sulphuric acid and hydrofluoric acid mixture, see – 8 1786SULPHURIC ACID, FUMING – 8 1831SULPHURIC ACID, SPENT – 8 1832SULPHURIC ACID with more than 51% acid – 8 1830SULPHURIC ACID with not more than 51% acid – 8 2796Sulphuric anhydride, stabilized, see – 8 1829Sulphuric chloride, see – 6.1 1834Sulphuric oxychloride, see – 6.1 1834IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)109


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Sulphuric oxyfluoride, see – 2.3 2191SULPHUR, MOLTEN – 4.1 2448Sulphur monochloride, see – 8 1828SULPHUROUS ACID – 8 1833Sulphurous oxychloride, see – 8 1836Sulphur oxychloride, see – 8 1836SULPHUR TETRAFLUORIDE – 2.3 2418SULPHUR TRIOXIDE, STABILIZED – 8 1829SULPHURYL CHLORIDE – 6.1 1834SULPHURYL FLUORIDE – 2.3 2191Sulprophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Synthetic fabrics, oily, see – 4.2 1373Synthetic fibres, oily, see – 4.2 1373Systox, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –2,4,5-T, see PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATE PESTICIDE – – –Tallow nitrile, see P 9 3082TARS, LIQUID, including road oils, and cutback bitumens – 3 1999Tartar emetic, see – 6.1 1551TEAR GAS CANDLES – 6.1 1700TEAR GAS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 1693TEAR GAS SUBSTANCE, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3448TELLURIUM COMPOUND, N.O.S. – 6.1 3284TELLURIUM HEXAFLUORIDE – 2.3 2195Temephos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –TEPP, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Terbufos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Terbumeton, see TRIAZINE PESTICIDE – – –TERPENE HYDROCARBONS, N.O.S. – 3 2319Terpenes, n.o.s., see – 3 2319TERPINOLENE – 3 2541TETRABROMOETHANE P 6.1 25041,1,2,2-Tetrabromoethane, see P 6.1 2504Tetrabromomethane, see P 6.1 25161,1,2,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE P 6.1 1702TETRACHLOROETHYLENE P 6.1 1897Tetrachloromethane, see P 6.1 1846Tetrachlorophenol, see – 6.1 2020Tetrachlorvinphos, see Note 1 P – –Tetraethoxysilane, see – 3 1292TETRAETHYL DITHIOPYROPHOSPHATE P 6.1 1704TETRAETHYLENEPENTAMINE – 8 2320Tetraethyllead, see P 6.1 1649110 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Tetraethyl orthosilicate, see – 3 1292TETRAETHYL SILICATE – 3 1292Tetrafluorodichloroethane, see – 2.2 19581,1,2,2-Tetrafluoro-1,2-dichloroethane, see – 2.2 19581,1,1,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE – 2.2 3159TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE, STABILIZED – 2.1 1081TETRAFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 1982Tetrafluorosilane, compressed, see – 2.3 1859Tetrahydro-1,4-oxazine, see – 8 20541,2,3,6-TETRAHYDROBENZALDEHYDE – 3 2498Tetrahydrobenzene, see – 3 2256TETRAHYDROFURAN – 3 2056TETRAHYDROFURFURYLAMINE – 3 2943Tetrahydromethylfuran, see – 3 2536TETRAHYDROPHTHALIC ANHYDRIDES with more than0.05% maleic anhydride– 8 26981,2,3,6-TETRAHYDROPYRIDINE – 3 2410TETRAHYDROTHIOPHENE – 3 2412Tetramethoxysilane, see – 6.1 2606Tetramethrin, see Note 1 P – –TETRAMETHYLAMMONIUM HYDROXIDE, SOLID – 8 3423TETRAMETHYLAMMONIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION – 8 18351,1,3,3-Tetramethylbutyl hydroperoxide (concentration ≤100%), see – 5.2 31051,1,3,3-Tetramethylbutyl peroxy-2-ethylhexanoate(concentration ≤100%), see1,1,3,3-Tetramethylbutyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤52%as a stable dispersion in water), see1,1,3,3-Tetramethylbutyl peroxyneodecanoate (concentration ≤72%,with diluent Type B), see– 5.2 3115– 5.2 3119– 5.2 3115Tetramethylene, see – 2.1 2601Tetramethylene cyanide, see – 6.1 2205N,N,N′,N′-Tetramethylethylenediamine, see – 3 2372Tetramethyl lead, see P 6.1 1649TETRAMETHYLSILANE – 3 2749Tetraminepalladium(II) nitrate (concentration 100%), see – 4.1 3234TETRANITROANILINE – 1.1D 0207TETRANITROMETHANE – 6.1 1510Tetrapropylene, see – 3 2850TETRAPROPYL ORTHOTITANATE – 3 2413TETRAZENE, WETTED with not less than 30% water, or mixture ofalcohol and water, by mass– 1.1A 0114TETRAZOL-1-ACETIC ACID – 1.4C 04071H-TETRAZOLE – 1.1D 0504TETRYL – 1.1D 0208TEXTILE WASTE, WET – 4.2 1857IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)111


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.THALLIUM CHLORATE P 5.1 2573Thallium(I) chlorate, see – 5.1 2573THALLIUM COMPOUND, N.O.S. P 6.1 1707THALLIUM NITRATE P 6.1 2727Thallium(I) nitrate, see – 6.1 2727Thallium sulphate, see P 6.1 1707Thallous chlorate, see P 5.1 25734-THIAPENTANAL – 6.1 2785Thia-4-pentanal, see – 6.1 2785THIOACETIC ACID – 3 2436THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC,flashpoint less than 23°C– 3 2772THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 3006THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE,flashpoint not less than 23°C– 6.1 3005THIOCARBAMATE PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2771Thiocarbonyl chloride, see – 6.1 2474Thiocarbonyl tetrachloride, see P 6.1 1670THIOGLYCOL – 6.1 2966THIOGLYCOLIC ACID – 8 1940Thiolacetic acid, see – 3 2436THIOLACTIC ACID – 6.1 2936Thiometon, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Thionazin, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –THIONYL CHLORIDE – 8 1836THIOPHENE – 3 2414Thiophenol, see – 6.1 2337THIOPHOSGENE – 6.1 2474THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE – 8 1837Thiopropyl alcohols, see – 3 2402THIOUREA DIOXIDE – 4.2 3341Tin chloride, fuming, see – 8 1827Tin(IV) chloride, anhydrous, see – 8 1827Tin(IV) chloride pentahydrate, see – 8 2440TINCTURES, MEDICINAL – 3 1293Tin monophosphide, see – 4.3 1433Tin tetrachloride, see – 8 1827Titanic chloride, see – 6.1 1838TITANIUM DISULPHIDE – 4.2 3174TITANIUM HYDRIDE – 4.1 1871TITANIUM POWDER, DRY – 4.2 2546TITANIUM POWDER, WETTED with not less than 25% water(a visible excess of water must be present)(a) mechanically produced, particle size less than 53 microns– 4.1 1352112 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.TITANIUM POWDER, WETTED with not less than 25% water(a visible excess of water must be present)(b) chemically produced, particle size less than 840 microns– 4.1 1352TITANIUM SPONGE GRANULES – 4.1 2878TITANIUM SPONGE POWDERS – 4.1 2878TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE – 6.1 1838TITANIUM TRICHLORIDE MIXTURE – 8 2869TITANIUM TRICHLORIDE MIXTURE, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 2441TITANIUM TRICHLORIDE, PYROPHORIC – 4.2 2441Titanous chloride, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 2441TNT AND HEXANITROSTILBENE MIXTURE – 1.1D 0388TNT AND TRINITROBENZENE MIXTURE – 1.1D 0388TNT dry or wetted with less than 30% water, by mass – 1.1D 0209TNT mixed with aluminium, see – 1.1D 0390TNT MIXTURE CONTAINING TRINITROBENZENE ANDHEXANITROSTILBENE– 1.1D 0389TNT, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3366TNT, WETTED with not less than 30% water, by mass, see – 4.1 1356Toe puffs, nitrocellulose base, see – 4.1 1353TOLUENE – 3 1294TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE – 6.1 2078Toluene trichloride, see – 8 2226TOLUIDINES, LIQUID – 6.1 1708TOLUIDINES, SOLID – 6.1 3451Toluol, see – 3 12942,4-TOLUYLENEDIAMINE, SOLID – 6.1 17092,4-TOLUYLENEDIAMINE SOLUTION – 6.1 3418Toluylene diisocyanate, see – 6.1 2078Tolylene diisocyanate, see – 6.1 2078Tolylethylene, stabilized, see – 3 2618TORPEDOES, LIQUID FUELLED with inert head – 1.3J 0450TORPEDOES, LIQUID FUELLED with or without bursting charge – 1.1J 0449TORPEDOES with bursting charge – 1.1D 0451TORPEDOES with bursting charge – 1.1E 0329TORPEDOES with bursting charge – 1.1F 0330TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. with an LC 50lower than or equal to 200 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentrationgreater than or equal to 500 LC 50– 6.1 3389TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. with an LC 50– 6.1 3390greater than or equal to 10 LC 50lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentrationTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.– 6.1 3488concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC 50with an LC 50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m 3 and saturated vapourTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, CORROSIVE, N.O.S.– 6.1 3489concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC 50with an LC 50 lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturated vapourIMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)113


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. with an LC 50– 6.1 3384greater than or equal to 10 LC 50lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentrationTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. with an LC 50– 6.1 3383greater than or equal to 500 LC 50lower than or equal to 200 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentrationTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, N.O.S. with an LC 50 lower than or– 6.1 3382or equal to 10 LC 50equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentration greater thanTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, N.O.S. with an LC 50 lower than or– 6.1 3381equal to 500 LC 50equal to 200 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentration greater than orTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. with an LC 50 lower – 6.1 3388greater than or equal to 10 LC 50than or equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentrationTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. with an LC 50 lower – 6.1 3387than or equal to 500 LC 50than or equal to 200 ml/m 3 and saturated vapour concentration greaterTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE, FLAMMABLE,– 6.1 3490and saturated vapour concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC 50N.O.S. with an LC 50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m 3TOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE, FLAMMABLE,– 6.1 3491vapour concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC 50N.O.S. with an LC 50 lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturatedTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. with– 6.1 3386concentration greater than or equal to 10 LC 50an LC 50 lower than or equal to 1000 ml/m 3 and saturated vapourTOXIC BY INHALATION LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. with– 6.1 3385concentration greater than or equal to 500 LC 50an LC 50 lower than or equal to 200 ml/m 3 and saturated vapourTOXIC LIQUID, CORROSIVE, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3289TOXIC LIQUID, CORROSIVE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2927TOXIC LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2929TOXIC LIQUID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3287TOXIC LIQUID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2810TOXIC LIQUID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 6.1 3122TOXIC LIQUID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3123TOXIC SOLID, CORROSIVE, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3290TOXIC SOLID, CORROSIVE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2928TOXIC SOLID, FLAMMABLE, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2930TOXIC SOLID, INORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 3288TOXIC SOLID, ORGANIC, N.O.S. – 6.1 2811TOXIC SOLID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 6.1 3086TOXIC SOLID, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 6.1 3124TOXIC SOLID, WATER-REACTIVE, N.O.S. – 6.1 3125TOXINS, EXTRACTED FROM LIVING SOURCES, LIQUID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3172TOXINS, EXTRACTED FROM LIVING SOURCES, SOLID, N.O.S. – 6.1 3462TRACERS FOR AMMUNITION – 1.3G 0212TRACERS FOR AMMUNITION – 1.4G 0306114 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Tremolite, see – 9 2590Triadimefon, see PHENOXYACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE – – –TRIALLYLAMINE – 3 2610TRIALLYL BORATE – 6.1 2609Triamiphos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –Triaryl phosphates, isopropylated, see P 9 3082Triaryl phosphates, n.o.s., see P 9 3082TRIAZINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, FLAMMABLE, TOXIC, flashpoint lessthan 23°C– 3 2764TRIAZINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC – 6.1 2998TRIAZINE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC, FLAMMABLE, flashpoint notless than 23°C– 6.1 2997TRIAZINE PESTICIDE, SOLID, TOXIC – 6.1 2763Triazophos, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Tribromoborane, see – 8 2692Tribromomethane, see P 6.1 2515TRIBUTYLAMINE – 6.1 2542TRIBUTYLPHOSPHANE – 4.2 3254Tributyltin compounds, see ORGANOTIN PESTICIDE P – –Tricamba, see PESTICIDE, N.O.S. – – –Trichlorfon, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Trichloroacetaldehyde, see – 6.1 2075TRICHLOROACETIC ACID, SOLID – 8 1839TRICHLOROACETIC ACID SOLUTION – 8 2564Trichloroacetic aldehyde, anhydrous, stabilized, see – 6.1 2075TRICHLOROACETYL CHLORIDE – 8 24421,2,3-Trichlorobenzenes, see Note 1 P – –TRICHLOROBENZENES, LIQUID P 6.1 2321TRICHLOROBUTENE P 6.1 2322Trichlorobutylene, see P 6.1 23221,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE – 6.1 28311,1,2-Trichloroethane, see – 9 3082TRICHLOROETHYLENE – 6.1 1710TRICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID, DRY – 5.1 2468Trichloromethane, see – 6.1 1888Trichloromethanesulphuryl chloride, see P 6.1 1670Trichloromethyl sulphochloride, see P 6.1 1670Trichloronat, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE P – –Trichloronitromethane, see – 6.1 1580TRICHLOROSILANE – 4.3 12952,4,6-Trichloro-1,3,5-triazine, see – 8 26701,3,5-Trichloro-s-triazine-2,4,6-trione, see – 5.1 2468Tricresyl phosphate, less than 1% ortho-isomer, see P 9 3082IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)115


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Tricresyl phosphate, not less than 1% but not more than 3%ortho-isomer, seeP 9 3082TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE with more than 3% ortho-isomer P 6.1 2574Tricyanogen chloride, see – 8 2670Triethoxyboron, see – 3 1176Triethoxymethane, see – 3 2524TRIETHYLAMINE – 3 1296Triethylbenzene, see P 9 3082Triethyl borate, see – 3 1176Triethylenephosphoramide solution, see – 6.1 2501TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE – 8 22593,6,9-TRIETHYL-3,6,9-TRIMETHYL-1,4,7-TRIPEROXONATE(concentration ≤17%, with diluent Type A, with inert solid)– 5.2 3110Triethyl orthoformate, see – 3 2524TRIETHYL PHOSPHITE – 3 23233,6,9-Triethyl-3,6,9-trimethyl-1,4,7-triperoxonane (concentration ≤42%,with diluent Type A, available oxygen ≤7.6%), see– 5.2 3105TRIFLUOROACETIC ACID – 8 2699TRIFLUOROACETYL CHLORIDE – 2.3 3057Trifluorobromomethane, see – 2.2 1009Trifluorochloroethane, see – 2.2 1983TRIFLUOROCHLOROETHYLENE, STABILIZED – 2.3 1082Trifluorochloromethane, see – 2.2 10221,1,1-TRIFLUOROETHANE – 2.1 2035TRIFLUOROMETHANE – 2.2 1984Trifluoromethane and chlorotrifluoromethane azeotropic mixture,see CHLOROTRIFLUOROMETHANE AND TRIFLUOROMETHANEAZEOTROPIC MIXTURE– – –TRIFLUOROMETHANE, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 3136Trifluoromethoxytrifluoroethylene, see – 2.1 31532-TRIFLUOROMETHYLANILINE – 6.1 29423-TRIFLUOROMETHYLANILINE – 6.1 2948Trifluoromethylbenzene, see – 3 2338Trifluoromethylphenyl isocyanates, see – 6.1 2285Trifluoromethyl trifluorovinyl ether, see – 2.1 3153Trifluoromonochloroethylene, stabilized, see – 2.3 1082TRIISOBUTYLENE – 3 2324Triisopropylated phenyl phosphates, see P 9 3077TRIISOPROPYL BORATE – 3 2616TRIMETHYLACETYL CHLORIDE – 6.1 2438TRIMETHYLAMINE, ANHYDROUS – 2.1 1083TRIMETHYLAMINE, AQUEOUS SOLUTION not more than50% trimethylamine, by mass– 3 12971,3,5-TRIMETHYLBENZENE – 3 2325TRIMETHYL BORATE – 3 2416116 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.Trimethyl carbinol, see – 3 1120TRIMETHYLCHLOROSILANE – 3 1298TRIMETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINE – 8 2326Trimethylene chlorobromide, see – 6.1 2688Trimethylene chlorohydrin, see – 6.1 2849Trimethylene dichloride, see – 3 1993Trimethylgallium, see – 4.2 3394TRIMETHYLHEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINES – 8 2327TRIMETHYLHEXAMETHYLENE DIISOCYANATE – 6.1 23282,2,4-Trimethylpentane, see – 3 12622,4,4-Trimethylpentene-1, see – 3 20502,4,4-Trimethylpentene-2, see – 3 2050TRIMETHYL PHOSPHITE – 3 23292,4,6-Trimethyl-1,3,5-trioxane, see – 3 1264TRINITROANILINE – 1.1D 0153TRINITROANISOLE – 1.1D 0213TRINITROBENZENE dry or wetted with less than 30% water, by mass – 1.1D 0214TRINITROBENZENESULPHONIC ACID – 1.1D 0386TRINITROBENZENE, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3367TRINITROBENZENE, WETTED with not less than 30% water, by mass – 4.1 1354TRINITROBENZOIC ACID dry or wetted with less than 30% water,by massTRINITROBENZOIC ACID, WETTED with not less than 10% water,by massTRINITROBENZOIC ACID, WETTED with not less than 30% water,by mass– 1.1D 0215– 4.1 3368– 4.1 1355TRINITROCHLOROBENZENE – 1.1D 0155TRINITROCHLOROBENZENE, WETTED with not less than 10% water,by mass– 4.1 3365TRINITRO-m-CRESOL – 1.1D 0216TRINITROFLUORENONE – 1.1D 0387TRINITRONAPHTHALENE – 1.1D 0217TRINITROPHENETOLE – 1.1D 0218TRINITROPHENOL dry or wetted with less than 30% water, by mass – 1.1D 0154TRINITROPHENOL, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3364TRINITROPHENOL, WETTED with not less than 30% water, by mass – 4.1 1344TRINITROPHENYLMETHYLNITRAMINE – 1.1D 0208TRINITRORESORCINOL dry or wetted with less than 20% water,or mixture of alcohol and water, by massTRINITRORESORCINOL, WETTED with not less than 20% water,or mixture of alcohol and water, by mass– 1.1D 0219– 1.1D 0394TRINITROTOLUENE AND HEXANITROSTILBENE MIXTURE – 1.1D 0388TRINITROTOLUENE AND TRINITROBENZENE MIXTURE – 1.1D 0388TRINITROTOLUENE dry or wetted with less than 30% water, by mass – 1.1D 0209IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)117


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.TRINITROTOLUENE MIXTURE CONTAINING TRINITROBENZENE ANDHEXANITROSTILBENE– 1.1D 0389TRINITROTOLUENE, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3366TRINITROTOLUENE, WETTED with not less than 30% water, by mass – 4.1 1356Trinitrotoluol, wetted with not less than 10% water by mass, see – 4.1 3366Trinitrotoluol, wetted with not less than 30% water by mass, see – 4.1 1356Triphenyl phosphate, see P 9 3077Triphenyl phosphate/tert-butylated triphenyl phosphates mixturescontaining 5% to 10% of triphenyl phosphate, see Note 1Triphenyl phosphate/tert-butylated triphenyl phosphates mixturescontaining 10% to 48% of triphenyl phosphate, see Note 1Triphenyltin compounds (other than fentin acetate and fentinhydroxide), see ORGANOTIN PESTICIDEP – –P – –P – –TRIPROPYLAMINE – 3 2260TRIPROPYLENE – 3 2057TRIS-(1-AZIRIDINYL)PHOSPHINE OXIDE SOLUTION – 6.1 2501Tritolyl phosphate, see P 6.1 2574TRITONAL – 1.1D 0390Trixylenyl phosphate, see P 9 3082Tropilidene, see – 3 2603TUNGSTEN HEXAFLUORIDE – 2.3 2196TURPENTINE – 3 1299TURPENTINE SUBSTITUTE – 3 1300UNDECANE – 3 2330Uranium hexafluoride, fissile, see – 7 2977Uranium hexafluoride, non fissile or fissile – excepted, see – 7 2978UREA HYDROGEN PEROXIDE – 5.1 1511UREA NITRATE dry or wetted, with less than 20% water, by mass – 1.1D 0220UREA NITRATE, WETTED with not less than 10% water, by mass – 4.1 3370UREA NITRATE, WETTED with not less than 20% water, by mass – 4.1 1357Urotropine, see – 4.1 1328Valeral, see – 3 2058VALERALDEHYDE – 3 2058Valeric aldehyde(s), see – 3 2058VALERYL CHLORIDE – 8 2502Vamidothion, see ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE – – –VANADIUM COMPOUND, N.O.S. – 6.1 3285Vanadium(IV) oxide sulphate – 6.1 2931Vanadium oxysulphate, see – 6.1 2931VANADIUM OXYTRICHLORIDE – 8 2443VANADIUM PENTOXIDE, non-fused form – 6.1 2862VANADIUM TETRACHLORIDE – 8 2444118 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.VANADIUM TRICHLORIDE – 8 2475VANADYL SULPHATE – 6.1 2931Varnish, see PAINT – – –Vegetable fabrics, oily, see – 4.2 1373Vegetable fibres, burnt, see – 4.2 1372Vegetable fibres, damp, see – 4.2 1372Vegetable fibres, dry, see – 4.1 3360Vegetable fibres, oily, see – 4.2 1373Vegetable fibres, wet, see – 4.2 1372VEHICLE, FLAMMABLE GAS POWERED – 9 3166VEHICLE, FLAMMABLE LIQUID POWERED – 9 3166VEHICLE, FUEL CELL, FLAMMABLE GAS POWERED – 9 3166VEHICLE, FUEL CELL, FLAMMABLE LIQUID POWERED – 9 3166VINYL ACETATE, STABILIZED – 3 1301Vinylbenzene, stabilized, see – 3 2055VINYL BROMIDE, STABILIZED – 2.1 1085Vinyl normal-butyl ether, stabilized, see – 3 2352VINYL BUTYRATE, STABILIZED – 3 2838VINYL CHLORIDE, STABILIZED – 2.1 1086VINYL CHLOROACETATE – 6.1 2589Vinyl cyanide, stabilized, see – 3 1093Vinyl ether, stabilized, see – 3 1167VINYL ETHYL ETHER, STABILIZED – 3 1302VINYL FLUORIDE, STABILIZED – 2.1 1860VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE, STABILIZED P 3 1303Vinylidene fluoride, see – 2.1 1959VINYL ISOBUTYL ETHER, STABILIZED – 3 1304VINYL METHYL ETHER, STABILIZED – 2.1 1087VINYLPYRIDINES, STABILIZED – 6.1 3073VINYLTOLUENES, STABILIZED – 3 2618VINYLTRICHLOROSILANE – 3 1305Warfarin (and salts of), see COUMARIN DERIVATIVE PESTICIDE P – –Warheads for guided missiles, see WARHEADS, ROCKET – – –WARHEADS, ROCKET with burster or expelling charge – 1.4D 0370WARHEADS, ROCKET with burster or expelling charge – 1.4F 0371WARHEADS, ROCKET with bursting charge – 1.1D 0286WARHEADS, ROCKET with bursting charge – 1.1F 0369WARHEADS, ROCKET with bursting charge – 1.2D 0287WARHEADS, TORPEDO with bursting charge – 1.1D 0221Water-activated contrivances, see CONTRIVANCES,WATER-ACTIVATED– – –Water gels, see EXPLOSIVE, BLASTING, TYPE E – – –IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)119


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.WATER-REACTIVE LIQUID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 4.3 3129WATER-REACTIVE LIQUID, N.O.S. – 4.3 3148WATER-REACTIVE LIQUID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 4.3 3130WATER-REACTIVE SOLID, CORROSIVE, N.O.S. – 4.3 3131WATER-REACTIVE SOLID, FLAMMABLE, N.O.S. – 4.3 3132WATER-REACTIVE SOLID, N.O.S. – 4.3 2813WATER-REACTIVE SOLID, OXIDIZING, N.O.S. – 4.3 3133WATER-REACTIVE SOLID, SELF-HEATING, N.O.S. – 4.3 3135WATER-REACTIVE SOLID, TOXIC, N.O.S. – 4.3 3134White arsenic, see – 6.1 1561White asbestos, see – 9 2590WHITE ASBESTOS (chrysotile, actinolite, anthophyllite, tremolite) – 9 2590White phosphorus, dry, see P 4.2 1381White phosphorus, wet, see P 4.2 1381White spirit, see P 3 1300White spirit, low (15–20%) aromatic, see P 3 1300WOOD PRESERVATIVES, LIQUID – 3 1306Wood tar, see P 9 3082WOOL WASTE, WET – 4.2 1387XANTHATES – 4.2 3342XENON – 2.2 2036XENON, REFRIGERATED LIQUID – 2.2 2591XYLENES – 3 1307XYLENOLS, LIQUID – 6.1 3430XYLENOLS, SOLID – 6.1 2261XYLIDINES, LIQUID – 6.1 1711XYLIDINES, SOLID – 6.1 3452Xylols, see – 3 1307XYLYL BROMIDE, LIQUID – 6.1 1701XYLYL BROMIDE, SOLID – 6.1 3417Yellow phosphorus, dry, see P 4.2 1381Yellow phosphorus, wet, see P 4.2 1381ZINC AMMONIUM NITRITE (transport prohibited) – 5.1 1512ZINC ARSENATE – 6.1 1712ZINC ARSENATE AND ZINC ARSENITE MIXTURE – 6.1 1712ZINC ARSENITE – 6.1 1712ZINC ASHES – 4.3 1435Zinc bisulphite solution, see – 8 2693ZINC BROMATE – 5.1 2469Zinc bromide, see P 9 3077120 IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)


IndexSubstance, material or article MP Class UN No.ZINC CHLORATE – 5.1 1513ZINC CHLORIDE, ANHYDROUS – 8 2331ZINC CHLORIDE SOLUTION – 8 1840ZINC CYANIDE P 6.1 1713ZINC DITHIONITE – 9 1931ZINC DUST – 4.3 1436Zinc dust, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383ZINC FLUOROSILICATE – 6.1 2855Zinc hexafluorosilicate, see – 6.1 2855ZINC HYDROSULPHITE – 9 1931ZINC NITRATE – 5.1 1514ZINC PERMANGANATE – 5.1 1515ZINC PEROXIDE – 5.1 1516ZINC PHOSPHIDE – 4.3 1714ZINC POWDER – 4.3 1436Zinc powder, pyrophoric, see – 4.2 1383ZINC RESINATE – 4.1 2714Zinc silicofluoride, see – 6.1 2855ZIRCONIUM, DRY coiled wire, finished metal sheets, strip(thinner than 254 microns but not thinner than 18 microns)– 4.1 2858ZIRCONIUM, DRY finished sheets, strip or coiled wire – 4.2 2009ZIRCONIUM HYDRIDE – 4.1 1437ZIRCONIUM NITRATE – 5.1 2728ZIRCONIUM PICRAMATE dry or wetted with less than 20% water,by massZIRCONIUM PICRAMATE, WETTED with not less than 20% water,by mass– 1.3C 0236– 4.1 1517ZIRCONIUM POWDER, DRY – 4.2 2008ZIRCONIUM POWDER, WETTED with not less than 25% water(a visible excess of water must be present)(a) mechanically produced, particle size less than 53 micronsZIRCONIUM POWDER, WETTED with not less than 25% water(a visible excess of water must be present)(b) chemically produced, particle size less than 840 microns– 4.1 1358– 4.1 1358ZIRCONIUM, SCRAP – 4.2 1932ZIRCONIUM, SUSPENDED IN A FLAMMABLE LIQUID – 3 1308ZIRCONIUM TETRACHLORIDE – 8 2503___________IMDG Code (Amdt. 36-12)121

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