Acetylcysteine
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Acetylcysteine
Alias
Cysteine, N-acetyl-, L-
L-Cysteine, N-acetyl-
N-Acetyl-L-cysteine
Category
Anionic surfactants-Carboxylate
CAS No.
616-91-1
Molecular Formula & Molecular Weight
Molecular Formula: C5H9NSO3
Molecular Weight: 163.19
Structural Formula
Properties
Appearance: solid.
Solubility: soluble in water.
Stability: stable. easily oxidized.
Risk: irritation, irritation to skin, eye.
Animal toxicity[1]: rat oral LD50: 5050mg/Kg;
rat intravenous LD50: 1140mg/Kg;
mouse oral LD50: 4400mg/Kg;
mouse intravenous LD50: 3800mg/Kg;
mouse intraperitoneal LD50: 400mg/Kg;
dog oral LD50: >1000mg/Kg;
dog intravenous LD50: 700mg/Kg;
dog intraperitoneal LD50: 700mg/Kg.
Human toxicology[1]: child TDLo multiple routes: 8480mg/kg/3D-.
Ecology: may be hazardous to environment. Water body should be given special attention.
Biodegradability: biodegradable.
Characteristics: excellent anti-oxidizing, dispersing abilities.
Synthesis
 
Quality standards & test methods
item
physical and chemical indexes
test methods
actives, %, ≥
95
 
Major Uses
Use as antioxidant.
Conditioning agent, antioxidant in personal care products.
Use as pharmaceutical ingredient.
Manufacturers
 
References
[1]:http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/:616-91-1
Update: 20131124(1);

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