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You will notice that we don't list any hazardous materials/chemicals in the web store catalog. If you need chemicals that are not listed, please visit our store in Santa Clara, California or call 1-800-282-3248 (408-727-7301 in 408 area code.) All hazardous chemicals would have to either be will-called in Santa Clara or shipped by commercial truck (our truck local area) to a commercial business, we would not be able to ship these chemicals to residential addresses.  

Sample list of Hazardous Chemicals we stock and that can be picked up at our location. 

1,2, Dichloroethane Acetic Acid Acetone Aluminum Metal Powder
Ammonium Dichromate Ammoniuim Hydroxide Benzyl Alcohol Calcium Carbide
Calcium Hydroxide
(Slaked Lime)
Calcium Hydroxide 
(Lime Water)
Chloroform Copper Metal Powder
Ethyl Alcohol
200 proof
Ethyl Alcohol
Ferric Nitrate Hexanes
Hydrochloric Acid Hydrogen Peroxide Isopropyl Alcohol
Lycopodium Powder
Magnesium Ribbon Methanol Methyl Ethyl Ketone Methylene Chloride
Nitric Acid Oxalic Acid
Wood Bleach
Potassium Chlorate Potassium Dichromate
Potassium Hydroxide Potassium Permanganate Silver Nitrate Sodium Hydroxide
Solid & Liquid
Sodium Nitrate Stannous Chloride Sulfuric Acid Tetrahydrofuran
Tolune Zinc Powder Zinc Chloride

If you are not seeing what you are looking for please give us a call we might have it or we should be able to special order the chemical for you.


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We'd love to hear from you. Call 800-282-3248 toll-free or 408-727-7301. Email us here. Or come by our retail store at:
The Science Shop USA
1043 Di Giulio Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95050-2805
Open Mon-Fri 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Pacific Time)

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