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(CAS RN:41394-05-2 Product Number:M2388)


Synonym 4-Amino-3-methyl-6-phenyl-1,2,4-triazin-5-one

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Product Number M2388

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Purity/Analysis Method >98.0%(GC)(T)
Storage Temperature
M.F. / M.W. C10H10N4O=202.22
CAS RN 41394-05-2
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MDL Number MFCD00055524
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Purity(GC) min. 98.0 %
Purity(Nonaqueous Titration) min. 98.0 %
Melting point 166.0 to 170.0 deg-C

Data of Reference

λmax 312(CH3CN)(lit.)


Reaxys-RN 613129
PubChem SID 253660389
Merck Index(14) 5924
RTECS# XZ3015000
EC Number 255-349-3


Signal Word Warning
Hazard Statements
  • H302
  • :Harmful if swallowed.
  • H400
  • :Very toxic to aquatic life.
Precautionary Statements
  • P264
  • :Wash hands and face thoroughly after handling.
  • P270
  • :Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.
  • P273
  • :Avoid release to the environment.
  • P301+P312+P330
  • :IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor if you feel unwell. Rinse mouth.
  • P391
  • :Collect spillage.
  • P501
  • :Dispose of contents/container through a waste management company authorized by the local government.

Transport Information

UN Number 3077
Class 9
Packing Group III
HS Number 2933698090


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