acetanilide


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acetanilide

[‚a·səd′an·ə‚līd]
(organic chemistry)
An odorless compound in the form of white, shining, crystalline leaflets or a white, crystalline powder with a melting point of 114-116°C; soluble in hot water, alcohol, ether, chloroform, acetone, glycerol, and benzene; used as a rubber accelerator, in the manufacture of dyestuffs and intermediates, as a precursor in penicillin manufacture, and as a painkiller.
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The estimation of acetanilide and its metabolic products, aniline, N-acetyl p-aminophenol and p-amino-phenol, free and total conjugated, in biological fluids and tissues.
1998 Nonlinear enthalpy-entropy compensation for the solubility of drugs in solvent mixtures: paracetamol, acetanilide and nalidixic acid in dioxane-water.
Bromo Seltzer had acetanilide for the pain, bicarbonate to relieve excess stomach acidity and sodium bromide to calm those jumpy nerves.
The 1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act required some ingredients like alcohol, opium, chloral hydrate, and acetanilide to be listed on the label or package.
Adams exposed how some headache powders, for instance, often sold by door-to-door salesmen, actually contained high levels of acetanilide, a toxic and addictive painkiller that caused heart attacks and kidney disease.
In particular, the contribution of CYP1A and NAT2 enzymes to the metabolism of aniline-derived xenobiotics such as acetanilide and phenacetin is well known (63).
Nine compounds were studied: 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde, salicylaldehyde, acetanilide, 4-hydroxycoumarin, 7-hydroxycoumarin, indole-3, carboxaldehyde, salicylic acid, cinnamic acid and 2-hydroxy cinnamic acid.
The instrument was calibrated with an acetanilide standard.
R-28725 was a safener widely used for acetanilide herbicides and thiocarbamate herbicides.
The quantitative analyses of C, H, N, and 0 were carried out on an F002 Heraeus CHN-O rapid elemental analyzer employing acetanilide as a standard.