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Carbasalate Calcium (5749-67-7)

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Carbasalate Calcium (5749-67-7) Specification:

Chemical Structure: Product Name: Carbasalate calcium
Buy Carbasalate Calcium (5749-67-7) hplc≥98% | AASraw Cas No.: 5749-67-7
Molecular Formula: C19H18CaN2O9
Molecular Weight: 458.4
Synonyms: Carbasalate calcium

CARBASPIRIN CALCIUM

5749-67-7

Alcacyl

Rheomin

Storage: Dry, dark
Documents(COA & HPLC etc.): Available

Carbasalate Calcium (5749-67-7) Description:

Carbasalate Calcium, also known as Alcacyl and Omegin, is an analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain and fever. It is a chelate of calcium acetylsalicylate (the calcium salt of aspirin) and urea.

 

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