- Acetanilide is an
odourless solid chemical of leaf or flake-like appearance.
- It is also known as
N-phenylacetamide, acetanil, or acetanilid, and was formerly known by
the trade name antifebrin.
- Acetanilide is
slightly soluble in water.
- Pure crystals are
plate shaped, white in colour, and have a sugary aftertaste.
- Acetanilide can be
produced by reacting acetic anhydride with either aniline or phenyl
- This chemical is not
irritating to skin, but slightly irritating to the eyes of
- There is no
information available on skin sensitization.
- Acetanilide is used
as an inhibitor in hydrogen peroxide and is used to stabilize cellulose
- It has also found
uses in the intermediation in rubber accelerator synthesis, dyes and dye
intermediate synthesis, and camphor synthesis.
- Acetanilide was used
as a precursor in penicillin synthesis and other pharmaceuticals and its
- Acetanilide and
phenacetin were used as common analgetics for a long time.
- Despite the fact
that nowadays they have no therapeutic utility, these drugs are still
useful as model compounds in thermodynamics of pharmaceutical
Macroscale Recrystallization of
Thermodynamic study of the transfer of
acetanilide and phenacetin from water to different organic
The Bromination of Acetanilide
Mixed Solvent Recrystallization of
Purifying acetanilide by Re
Safety data for acetanilide
Acetanilide, For Synthesis
Process for producing
Preparation of N-aryl substituted
Acetanilide plant growth regulating
Market & Report
The effect of carbon surface chemical
composition on the adsorption of acetanilide
Result Demonstration Report
Natural Factors Influence Chemical
Indicators of Water Quality
Selection of Microorganisms Degrading
Characterization of Two Novel
Propachlor Degradation Pathways in Two Species of Soil Bacteria
Consultants & Company Profiles
Mutagenicity study of butachlor &
its metabolites using salmonella Typhimurium
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