|Category based on type of supporting evidence||Category III|
|Broad category based on environmental source||Medicine and Healthcare, Industry, Agriculture and Farming, Consumer Products, Pollutant, Intermediates|
|Sub-category based on environmental source||Antimicrobial, Antiseptic and Disinfectant, Automotive, Bactericide, Bleaching agents, Chemicals In Diagnosis, Construction, Electrical and Electronics, Environmental Pollutant, Explosives, Fertilizer, Flame Retardant, Food additives, Fuel, Household Supplies, Industrial Additive, Industrial Intermediates, Insecticide, Lubricants, Minerals, Metals and Heavy Metal, Paints, Personal and Healthcare Products, Photography, Poultry Feed, Stationery, Tobacco Products|
|Chemical kingdom||Organic compounds|
|Chemical super-class||Organic oxygen compounds|
|Chemical class||Organooxygen compounds|
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