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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharpie_(marker)

Sharpie is a brand of writing instruments (mainly permanent marker pens) manufactured by Newell Brands, a public company, headquartered in Hoboken, NJ.

www.chemistryislife.com/the-chemistry-of-sharpies

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 ...

www.ehow.com/info_10055820_chemicals-make-sharpie-permanent.html

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 ...

chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/16345/which-chemical-is-responsible-for-making-marker-ink-permanent

Sep 16, 2014 ... The chemicals found in permanent markers--xylene, toluene and urethane ... While substantial or prolonged exposure to these chemicals is ...

www.madsci.org/posts/archives/2005-08/1125342426.Ch.r.html

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.

www.sharpie.com/en-US/sharpie-faqs

The pen style Liquid Accent highlighters actually contain the same amount of ink as the Pocket Accent highlighters. In fact you actually get a longer write out ...

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The effects of inhalants (including Sharpies) can be similar to those of ... of whom have been known to die after a single session of inhaling chemical fumes.

www.scienceforums.net/topic/10732-sharpie-solvent

Jun 8, 2005 ... does anyone kno what the solvent in sharpies is? ive heard its nitroparaffin, but that didnt really make sense.

www.odec.ca/projects/2008/chau8v2/info/sharpies.html

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 ...