Acetamidophenol


Safety data for 4-acetamidophenol
Glossary of terms on this data sheet.

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General
Synonyms: abensanil, acamol, acetagesic, alpinyl, alvedon, anaflon, anelix, anhiba, calpol, datril, dirox, doliprane, dymadon, enelfa, eneril, exdol, febrilix, febrolin, fendon, finimal, hedex, homoolan, lonarid, lyteca syrup, multin, panadol, phendon, tylenol, valdol, valgesic, N-(p-hydroxyphenyl)acetamide, acetaminophen, naprinol, 4-hydroxyacetanilide, paracetamol, numerous further trade names
Use: Analgesic and antipyretic

Molecular formula: C8H9NO2
CAS No: 103-90-2
EINECS No: 203-157-5

Physical data
Appearance: white crystalline powder
Melting point: 169 – 172 C
Boiling point:
Vapour density:
Vapour pressure:
Density (g cm-3): 1.29
Flash point:
Explosion limits:
Autoignition temperature:
Water solubility: slight

Stability
Stable. Combustible. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents. Light sensitive. Reacts with aspirin.

Toxicology
Harmful if swallowed. Skin, eye and respiratory irritant. Human mutagen.

Toxicity data
(The meaning of any abbreviations which appear in this section is given here.)
ORL-MAN LDLO 714 mg kg-1
ORL-HMN LDLO 143 mg kg-1
ORL-RAT LD50 1944 mg kg-1
IPR-RAT LD50 1205 mg kg-1
SCU-MUS LD50 310 mg kg-1
IPR-MUS LD50 367 mg kg-1

Risk phrases
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R22 R36 R37 R38.

Transport information
(The meaning of any UN hazard codes which appear in this section is given here.)
Hazard class: 6.1. Packing group: III

Personal protection
Minimize contact.

Safety phrases
(The meaning of any safety phrases which appear in this section is given here.)
S26 S36.

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