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Sharpie (marker)

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Sharpie is an American manufacturer of writing instruments (mainly marker pens) whose products are sold in over 20 countries. Originally designating a single ...

The Chemistry of Sharpies - www.ChemistryIsLife.com

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I choose the chemistry of sharpies because I love to draw and write with sharpies. ... In a permanent parker like a sharpie the nasty smell is organic chemicals ...

Re: What is in a permanent marker? e.g sharpie ( what are the ...

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Aug 29, 2005 ... Permanent inks, like the classic Sharpie, contain three main ... (up until the 1990's) were nasty-smelling organic chemicals such as xylene.

An Important Message About Sharpies « Chemical Space

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Jan 12, 2012 ... A colleague walks into the lab and says, very casually, "Your sharpies are upside down." The Sharpie is very common in the laboratory for the ...

On Your Marks, Get Set, Remove? >> Background Information ...

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Although these chemicals provide a desirable permanancy, they are highly toxic. Today, xylene may be used in some markers (e.g. Sharpie King Size), but most ...

Partially Permanent - SiOWfa13: Science in Our World: Certainty ...

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Oct 23, 2013 ... The chemicals in Sharpie are n-propanol, n-butanol, diacetone alcohol & cresol. The "n-propanol" is considered safe enough to be used in ...

Sharpies - Odec

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Sharpies is a type of permanent marker manufactured by Sanford and are sold ... An alcohol used as a solvent during chemical and textile processes as well as ...

Are Sharpie Tattoos Safe? - Chemistry - About.com

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Jan 10, 2013 ... Learn about health issues associated with Sharpie pen tattoos and how to ... which could occur if chemicals in the marker permeate the skin or ...

Chromatography Lab - Activity - www.teachengineering.org

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Yes, examples might include industrial oil spills or chemical leaks into drinking water sources. ... Why doesn't the black Sharpie marker ink separate in water?

3 Ways to Easily Remove Sharpie from Hard Surfaces - wikiHow

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Rub the Sharpie stain with orange peels. Don't have any chemical ...

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What Chemicals Make a Sharpie Permanent? | eHow

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Although Sharpies are referred to as permanent markers and contain a water- resistant chemical that makes them permanent in ordinary use, the ink can typically ...

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS # 3000

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May 4, 2010 ... Micro Marker, Sharpie Grip Marker, Sharpie Retractable Fine Point Marker, ... Marker, Sharpie Liquid Tip Marker. ... Chemical Incompatibility:.

Sharpie FAQs | SharpieUSAStore

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Sharpie FAQs. ... Question# 12 How many colors do Sharpie markers come in? [ ] . Question# 13 ... Question# 17 Is the Sharpie marker safe for writing on CD's?