ChemFFX is the “fat-free” version – it has only the essential buttons to access (M)SDS information quickly. ChemFFX is the new intermediate detail interface with fewer buttons and options. This version will likely be your default source for MSDSs.
ChemGold III has all the bells and whistles – similar to the current ChemGold2 version. ChemGold III is the more detailed view, with even more buttons supplying greater amounts of data for research, response and regulations. If you like chemical information and data, for whatever reason, you will be fascinated with ChemGold III.
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MSDS SEARCH -- The National MSDS Repository – A compilation of MSDS databases and manufacturer websites.
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