Schedule- VI List of Industrial inputs

 
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1  Animal including fish fats, oils, crude, refined or purified 
2  Glycerol, crude, glycerol waters and glycerol lyes 
3  Vegetable waxes, bees wax etc. 
4  Animal or vegetable fats boiled, oxidised, dehydrated etc. 
5  Liquid glucose (non-medicinal), Dextrose syrup 
6  Denatured ethyl alcohol of any strength 
7  Manganese ores and concentrates 
8  Copper ores and concentrates 
9  Nickel ores and concentrates 
10  Cobalt ores and concentrates 
11  Aluminium ores and concentrates 
12  Lead ores and concentrates 
13  Zinc ores and concentrates 
14  Tin ores and concentrates 
15  Chromium ores and concentrates 
16  Tungsten ores and concentrates 
17  Uranium or thorium ores and concentrates 
18  Molybdenum ores and concentrates 
19  Titanium ores and concentrates 
20  Niobium, tantalum, vanadium or zirconium ores and concentrates 
21  Precious metal ores and concentrates 
22  Other ores and concentrates 
23  Granulated slag (slag sand) from mfg. Of iron or steel 
24  Benzole 
25  Toluole 
26  Xylole 
27  Napthalene 
28  Phenols 
29  Creosole oils 
30  Normal Paraffin 
31  Butadine 
32  Bitumen 
33  Flurine, chlorine, bromine and iodine. 
34  Sulphur, sublimed or precipitated, colloidal sulphur 
35  Carbon (carbon blacks & other forms of carbon) 
36  Hydrogen, rare gases & other non-metals. 
37  Alkali or alkaline earth metals 
38  Hydrogen chloride 
39  Sulphuric acid and anhydrides 
40  Nitric acid, sulphonitric acids 
41  Diphosphorous penataoxide, phosphoric acid etc. 
42  Oxides of boron, boric acids 
43  Halides and halide oxides of non-metals 
44  Sulphides of non-metals 
45  Ammonia, anhydrous 
46  Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), Potassium hydroxide (caustic potash) 
47  Hydroxide and peroxide of magnesium. 
48  Aluminium hydroxide 
49  Chromium oxides and hydroxides. 
50  Manganese oxides. 
51  Iron oxides and hydroxides 
52  Cobalt oxides and hydroxides 
53  Titanium oxides. 
54  Hydrazine & hydroxylamine and their inorganic salts. 
55  Flurides, fluorosilicates, etc. 
56  Chlorides, chloride oxides 
57  Chlorates and perchlorates, Bromates etc. 
58  Sulphides, Polysulphides. 
59  Dithionites and sulphoxylates. 
60  Sulphites, thiosulphates 
61  Copper sulphate 
62  Nitrites, nitrates 
63  Phosphinates, phosphonates, etc. 
64  Carbonates, peroxocarbonates. 
65  Cyanides, cyanide oxides. 
66  Fulminates, cyanates and thiocyanates. 
67  Borates, peroxoborates 
68  Sodium dischromate. 
69  Potassium dischromate. 
70  Radioactive chemical elements. 
71  Isotopes and compounds. 
72  Compounds, inorganic or organic of ratre earth metals. 
73  Phosphides,whether or not chemically defined. 
74  Calcium carbides. 
75  Ethylene, Propylene. 
76  Cyclic Hydrocarbons. 
77  Halogenated derivatives of Hydrocarbons. 
78  Sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives of hydrocarbons. 
79  Methanol 
80  DI-Ethylene Glycol, Mono-Ethylene Glycol 
81  Cyclic alcohols 
82  Halogenated, sulphonated derivatives of products. 
83  Ethers, ether-alcohols, ether-phenols etc. 
84  Expoxides, epoxyalcohols, epoxyethers. 
85  Ethylene Oxide 
86  Acetals and hemiacetals. 
87  Aldehydes whether or not with other oxygen function. 
88  Halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated derivatives of phenols alcohols. 
89  Saturated acyclic monocarboxylic acids. 
90  Unsaturated acyclic monocarboxylic acids. 
91  Polycarboxylic acids. 
92  Carboxylic acids. 
93  Phosphoric ester and their salts. 
94  Esters of other inorganic acids. 
95  Amine-function compounds. 
96  Oxygen - function amino-compounds. 
97  Quaternary ammonium salts and hydroxides. 
98  Carboxyamide-function compounds. 
99  Carboxyamide-function compounds including saccharin and its salts. 
100  Nitrile-function compounds. 
101  Diazo-, Azo- or azoxy-compounds. 
102  Organic derivatives of hydrazine or of hydroxylamine. 
103  Organo-sulphur compounds. 
104  Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid. 
105  Heterocyclic compounds with oxygen heteroatom(s) only. 
106  Heterocyclic compounds with nitrogen heteroatom(s) only. 
107  Nucleic acids and their salts. 
108  Sulphonamides. 
109  Glycosides, natural or reproduced by synthesis and their salts. 
110  Vegetable alkaloids,natural or reproduced by synthesis and their salts 
111  Tanning extracts of vegetable origin. 
112  Synthetic organic tanning substances. 
113  Colouring matter of vegetable or animal origin. 
114  Synthetic organic colouring matter. 
115  Colour lakes. 
116  Glass frit and other glass. 
117  Other 
118  Printed driers. 
119  Printing ink whether concentrated or solid. 
120  Casein, Caseinates. 
121  Enzymes, Prepared enzymes. 
122  Artificial graphite. 
123  Activated carbon. 
124  Residual lyes from mfg. Of wood pulp. 
125  Rosin and resin acids and derivatives. 
126  Wood tar, wood tar oils. 
127  Finishing agents, fixing of dye-stuffs. 
128  Prepared rubber accelerators. 
129  Reducers and blanket wash/roller wash. 
130  Reaction initiators, reaction accelerators. 
131  Mixed alkylbenzenes. 
132  Chemical elements doped. 
133  Industrial monocarboxylic fatty acids. 
134  Retarders. 
135  LLDPE/LDPE 
136  HDPE 
137  Polymers of propylene. 
138  PVC 
139  Acrylic polymers. 
140  Polyacetals. 
141  Polythene chips 
142  Polyamides. 
143  Amino-resins, polyphenylene oxide. 
144  Silicons. 
145  Petroleum resins. 
146  Cellulose and its chemical derivatives. 
147  Natural polymers. 
148  Ion-exchangers based on polymers. 
149  Self-adhesive plates, sheets, film, strip of plastics. 
150  Flexible plain films. 
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