promazine hydrochloride

promazine hydrochloride

[′präm·ə‚zēn ‚hi·drə′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
C17H20N2S·HCl A white to slightly yellow, crystalline powder, melting at 172-182°C; used in medicine and as a food additive.
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The molecular crystal structure of the tranquilliser promazine hydrochloride was solved directly from synchrotron powder diffraction data alone, using the same procedure outlined for capsaicin.
12, which shows the effective "fluctuations" in the correlated integrated intensities [chi square] values seen as a result of varying certain key structural parameters during the structure solution of promazine hydrochloride.