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Common Name: PHENACETIN CAS Number: DOT Number: None HAZARD SUMMARY * Phenacetin can affect you when breathed in. * Phenacetin is a CARCINOGEN--HANDLE WITH EXTREME CAUTION. * High levels can interfere with the ability of the blood to carry Oxygen causing headache, fatigue, dizziness, and a blue color to the skin and lips (methemoglobinemia).
Phenacetin is a pharmaceutical closely related to acetaminophen that has been banned in France for a long time due to its nephritic and carcinogenic adverse effects. It frequently appears in cocaine seizures as a cutting agent. Following both sanitary and intelligence motivations, this molecule was Cited by: 3.
Phenacetin (acetophenetidin, N-(4-ethoxyphenyl)acetamide) is a pain-relieving and fever-reducing drug, which was widely used following its introduction in It was withdrawn from medicinal use as dangerous from the s (e.g., withdrawn in Canada in , and by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in Density: g/cm³.
Various non-narcotic pain-killing drugs such as aspirin, phenacetin, paracetomol and pentazocine, together with a number of non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs, and even, at times, narcotic ones such as pethidine, are prescribed for chronic back pain. Although they are all capable of relieving pain for short periods, this is more than offset by the disadvantages of using them on a long-term basis including .
Phenacetin occurs at room temperature as white, odorless mono-clinic prisms. It is soluble in water (more so in hot than cold water), alcohol, glycerol, and acetone and is slightly soluble in benzene. It is unstable to oxidizing agents, iodine, and nitrating agents (IARC ). Physical and chemical properties of phenacetin are listed in.
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