Phenacetin

Phenacetin

CAS: 62-44-2
EINECS Number: 200-533-0
Formula: C10H13NO2
MW: 179.2157
Molecular Structure:
Density: 1.099g / cm3
Melting point: 133-138 ℃
Boiling point: 355.1 ° C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 168.5 ° C
Water-soluble: 0.076 g / 100 mL
Vapor Pressure: 3.21E-05mmHg at 25 ° C
Uses:Anti-inflammatory drugs
Assay:99%
Appearance: White or almost white crystalline powder
Application: Antipyretic analgesics for the treatment of fever, headache, neuralgia, etc.

 

Function:
 
Antipyretic effect is stronger than the analgesic effect. Effect of strength is slow and long-lasting as aspirin,
low toxicity. Research shows that: This product and its metabolites acetaminophen have the antipyretic
effect. Because the enzyme inhibitor make phenacetins-Acetate not be converted into paracetamol, still showed
obvious antipyretic effect,thus the antipyretic effect after the product line not converrt to paracetamol.The
mild phenacetins-Acetate analgesic effect usually lasts 3 to 4 hours; and synergistic effect, of alicylic acid
coadministrationmake the analgesic effect enhancement. The main clinical is for small animal antipyretic analgesic. This product is also a component of the APC tablet.
 
 
Storage:
 
Phenacetins should be Store in Cool and Dry Place.
 
Usage:
 
Antipyretic analgesics for the treatment of fever, headache, neuralgia, etc.
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