Carbon black is described as a black pigment produced by the incomplete burning of natural gas or oil. It is widely used as a filler, particularly in the rubber industry.

Because it possesses useful ultraviolet protective properties, it is also much used in polyethylene compounds intended for such applications as cold water piping and black agricultural sheet.

-see also:
"Carbon black" is in the UNSPSC Code "12171603"
  Carbon black

"Carbon black" is in the NAICS Code "32518"
  Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing
  Carbon black manufacturing

Ref: 122414/2006-09-22

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