Chemical Exchange Program

The following table is a list of chemicals that have been identified as used on campus that are no longer of use to the original user. Instead of sending the chemicals for disposal Risk Management Services will assist you in obtaining them to be used for your specific purposes.

The Chemical Exchange Program is a free service provided to the campus.  All labs are encouraged to participate in the program. Contact Risk Management Services at riskmanagement.ok@ubc.ca, if you are interested in any of the chemicals below.

* New Chemicals Added – September 2016. See bottom of list. *

Chemical Supplier Volume Description
cadmium metal 500 g 5 bottles
calcium hydroxide 2100 g 4 bottles
indicator, bromophenol blue 45 ml 4 bottles
mercury metal 10 kg 5 bottles
phenol (solid) 3.5 kg 5 bottles
sodium sulfite anhydrous 5 kg 5 bottles
ammonium dichromate 1950 g 4 bottles
boric acid 1150 g 3 bottles
calcium oxide 2 kg 4 bottles
ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) 1200 g 4 bottles
potassium monobasic phosphate 1250 g 3 bottles
tin metal 800 g 4 bottles
tin(II) chloride dehydrate 1700 g 4 bottles
2,2,2-Nitrilotriethanol Ester (triethanolamine) 630 ml 3 bottles
urea 6500 g 4 bottles
zinc nitrate hexahydrate 1800 g 4 bottles
1,4,7-trithiacyclononane 1.5 g 3 bottles
1-hexanol 1200 ml 3 bottles
1-pentanol 4000 ml 3 bottles
2-methyl-1-propanol 1800 ml 3 bottles
aluminum potassium sulfate 1500 g 3 bottles
ammonium ferrous sulfate hexahydrate 1500 g 3 bottles
ammonium phosphate dibasic 1000 g 2 bottles
calcium carbonate 3500 g 3 bottles
calcium nitrate tetrahydrate 1600 g 3 bottles
cyclohexanone 2000 ml 3 bottles
indicator, malachite green carbinol HCl 25 g 2 bottles
potassium bisulfate 1500 g 3 bottles
potassium permanganate 3900 g 3 bottles
sodium arsenite 0.1N, acculute 3 bottles
strontium nitrate 1400 g 3 bottles
2-butanone, methyl ethyl ketone 8200 ml 3 bottles
3-nitrotoluene 1300 ml 3 bottles
4-nitroanaline 210 g 3 bottles
ammonium chromate 1500 g 3 bottles
ammonium phosphate monobasic 4000 g 3 bottles
ammonium thiocyanate 1500 g 3 bottles
calcium fluoride 320 g 3 bottles
cobalt(II) sulfate heptahydrate 950 g 3 bottles
diphenyl carbazone 110 g 3 bottles
hydrazine sulfate 90 g 3 bottles
lead metal 1500 g 3 bottles
neopentyl alcohol 55 g 3 bottles
potassium carbonate 1525 g 3 bottles
pyrazole 300 g 3 bottles
sodium metaphosphate 1400 g 3 bottles
tris(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane 1500 g 3 bottles
diethylene glycol 3250 g 13 bottles
dimethyl phthalate 8000 g 10 bottles
indicator phenolphthalein 2125 g 10 bottles
 3,5-dimethylpyrazole  800 g 8 bottles
 aluminum sulfate  2950 g 8 bottles
dinitrophenol  800 g 8 bottles
acetophenone  630 g 7 bottles
methyl-3-oxo-pentanoate  245 g 7 bottles
potassium hexacyanoferrate(III)  2750 g 6 bottles
hydroxylapatite 50 g 1 bottle
Erythromycin, 98% 5 g 1 bottle
Nalidixic acid 5 g 1 bottle
Penicillin G sodium salt 80 g 4 bottles
L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine  5 g 1 bottle
Neomycin sulfate 1 g 1 bottle
 Ferrous sulphate 3 kg 1 bottle
 Nickel sulphate 400 g 1 bottle