acetanilide


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a white crystalline compound used as an analgesic and also as an antipyretic

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On stipulated day the animals were slaughtered, their livers taken out and microsomes prepared for the estimation of activities of various membrane bound DME such as cytochrome P450 (CP), cytochrome b5 (CB), cytochrome-c-reductase (CCR), aniline hydroxylase (AH), acetanilide hydroxylase (AAH), benzphetamine demethylase (BD), aminopyrine demethylase (APD), N.
Encouraged by the results we under took a study of chemoselective reduction of 4-nitro benzaldehyde, nonomethyl hydrogen phthalate, 4-carbomethoxy acetanilide and imine esters with DMNAB.
Average organic carbon contents (measured as a percentage [+ or -]2 SE; n = 5) of total shell mass measured in replicated subsamples of Mytilus edulis from the Lynher Estuary, Devon, UK, and Crassostrea gigas from the Avon River, Devon, UK, using a Carlo Erba elemental analyzer with acetanilide at 925[degrees]C as a standard were 2.
In 1947, David Lester and Leon Greenberg discovered that paracetamol (acetaminophen) was a major, active metabolite of acetanilide (Antifebrine) (4).
The group set up Luna Chemical in 1997 for manufacturing acetic anhydride and acetanilide flakes.
The instrument was first calibrated with acetanilide standards (Perkin Elmer).
Paracetamol (PAR), chemically 4-hydroxy acetanilide, is a centrally and peripherally acting non-opioid analgesic and antipyretic.
Acetanilide oxidation in phenylbutazone-associated hypoplastic anaemia.
03 Operating details: Combustion temperature 975 C; Reduction temperature 600 C; Oven temperature 81 C; Combustion time 60 seconds; Weighing capsules high purity tin; Calibration standard OAS Acetanilide Table 2.
Temperature dependence of the solubility of some acetanilide derivatives in several organic and aqueous solvents.
All three herbicides have similar soil sorption intensity, but compared to atrazine, the acetanilide herbicides are more water soluble, degrade more rapidly in soils, and are more volatile (Vencill, 2002).
The agency itself was established by Congress in 1906 after a wave of adulterated or dangerous drugs was exposed in the press, including a "headache powder" containing acetanilide that caused heart attacks.
Acetanilide at the time was already a widely-sold pain reliever, so he decided to add it.