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Acriflavine Hydrochloride Properties

Acriflavine Hydrochloride

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Description

 

They are also used as a starting material for the production of some drugs. Acridine is used for vital and supravital staining for the detection of nucleic acids, differentiation of DNA and RNA, and detection of malignant cells. Acridine Orange (3,6-dimethylaminoacridine) is a nucleic acid-selective metachromatic stain useful for cell cycle determination.

Chemical Properties

Appearance Reddish-brown crystalline powder
CAS Number 8063-24-9
Density 250 (g/l)
IUPAC Name acridine-3,6-diamine; 10-methylacridin-10-ium-3,6-diamine; chloride;
dihydrochloride
Melting Point 260 °C
Molar Mass 578.36 g/mol
Molecular Formula C27H28Cl4N6
NFPA 704 H-3, F-1, R-0, C-NA
Solubility Slightly soluble
Synonyms Listeria Selective Supplement Uvm-Ii;Listeria Palcam Selective Supplement;Euflavine;Euflavin Hydrochloride;Ci 46000;3,6-Diamino-10-Methylacridinium Chloride Hydrochloride;Acriflavine Hcl;Acriflavine Hydrochloride