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List of UN numbers 2301 to 2400

The UN numbers from UN2301 to UN2400 as assigned by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.

UN 2301 to UN 2400

UN Number Class Proper Shipping Name
UN 2301 3 2-Methylfuran
UN 2302 3 5-Methylhexan-2-one
UN 2303 3 Isopropenylbenzene
UN 2304 4.1 Naphthalene, molten
UN 2305 8 Nitrobenzenesulfonic acid
UN 2306 6.1 Nitrobenzotrifluorides, liquid
UN 2307 6.1 3-Nitro-4-chlorobenzotrifluoride
UN 2308 8 Nitrosylsulfuric acid
UN 2309 3 Octadiene
UN 2310 3 Pentane-2,4-dione
UN 2311 6.1 Phenetidines
UN 2312 6.1 Phenol, molten
UN 2313 3 Picolines
UN 2314 ? (UN No. no longer in use)
UN 2315 9 Polychlorinated biphenyls, liquid
UN 2316 6.1 Sodium cuprocyanide, solid
UN 2317 6.1 Sodium cuprocyanide, solution
UN 2318 4.2 Sodium hydrosulfide, with less than 25 percent water of crystallization
UN 2319 3 Terpene hydrocarbons, n.o.s.
UN 2320 8 Tetraethylenepentamine
UN 2321 6.1 Trichlorobenzenes, liquid
UN 2322 6.1 Trichlorobutene
UN 2323 3 Triethyl phosphite
UN 2324 3 Triisobutylene
UN 2325 3 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene (Mesitylene)
UN 2326 8 Trimethylcyclohexylamine
UN 2327 8 Trimethylhexamethylenediamine
UN 2328 6.1 Trimethylhexamethylene diisocyanate
UN 2329 3 Trimethyl phosphite
UN 2330 3 Undecane
UN 2331 8 Zinc chloride, anhydrous
UN 2332 3 Acetaldehyde oxime
UN 2333 3 Allyl acetate
UN 2334 6.1 Allylamine
UN 2335 3 Allyl ethyl ether
UN 2336 3 Allyl formate
UN 2337 6.1 Phenyl mercaptan
UN 2338 3 Benzotrifluoride
UN 2339 3 2-Bromobutane
UN 2340 3 2-Bromoethyl ethyl ether
UN 2341 3 1-Bromo-3-methylbutane
UN 2342 3 Bromomethylpropanes
UN 2343 3 2-Bromopentane
UN 2344 3 Bromopropanes
UN 2345 3 3-Bromopropyne
UN 2346 3 Butanedione
UN 2347 3 Butyl mercaptans
UN 2348 3 Butyl acrylates, inhibited
UN 2349 ? (UN No. no longer in use)
UN 2350 3 Butyl methyl ether
UN 2351 3 Butyl nitrites
UN 2352 3 Butyl vinyl ether, inhibited
UN 2353 3 Butyryl chloride
UN 2354 3 Chloromethyl ethyl ether
UN 2355 ? (UN No. no longer in use)
UN 2356 3 2-Chloropropane
UN 2357 8 Cyclohexylamine
UN 2358 3 Cyclooctatetraene
UN 2359 3 Diallylamine
UN 2360 3 Diallylether
UN 2361 3 Diisobutylamine
UN 2362 3 1,1-Dichloroethane
UN 2363 3 Ethyl mercaptan
UN 2364 3 n-Propyl benzene
UN 2365 ? (UN No. no longer in use)
UN 2366 3 Diethyl carbonate
UN 2367 3 alpha-Methylvaleraldehyde
UN 2368 3 alpha-Pinene
UN 2369 ? (UN No. no longer in use) Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether (UN No. no longer in use)[1]
UN 2370 3 1-Hexene
UN 2371 3 Isopentenes
UN 2372 3 1,2-Di-(dimethylamino)ethane
UN 2373 3 Diethoxymethane
UN 2374 3 3,3-Diethoxypropene
UN 2375 3 Diethyl sulfide
UN 2376 3 2,3-Dihydropyran
UN 2377 3 1,1-Dimethoxyethane
UN 2378 3 2-Dimethylaminoacetonitrile
UN 2379 3 1,3-Dimethylbutylamine
UN 2380 3 Dimethyldiethoxysilane
UN 2381 3 Dimethyl disulfide
UN 2382 6.1 Dimethylhydrazine, symmetrical
UN 2383 3 Dipropylamine
UN 2384 3 Di-n-propyl ether
UN 2385 3 Ethyl isobutyrate
UN 2386 3 1-Ethylpiperidine
UN 2387 3 Fluorobenzene
UN 2388 3 Fluorotoluenes
UN 2389 3.1 Furan
UN 2390 3 2-Iodobutane
UN 2391 3 Iodomethylpropanes
UN 2392 3 Iodopropanes
UN 2393 3 Isobutyl formate
UN 2394 3 Isobutyl propionate
UN 2395 3 Isobutyryl chloride
UN 2396 3 Methacrylaldehyde, inhibited
UN 2397 3 3-Methylbutan-2-one
UN 2398 3 Methyl tert-butyl ether
UN 2399 3 1-Methylpiperidine
UN 2400 3 Methyl isovalerate

See also

  • ADR Dangerous Goods, cited on 7 May 2015.
  • UN Dangerous Goods List from 2015, cited on 7 May 2015.
  • UN Dangerous Goods List from 2013, cited on 7 May 2015.

References

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