API Intermediate

Poly Allylamine Hydrochloride

Specifications:

Sr. No.TestsSpecificationObservation
1DescriptionWhite crystalline powder.White crystalline powder.
2IdentificationBy IRComplies
3Molecular Weight12000 - 2250021800
4Assay (Polymer content)Not less than 95.0%96.60%

Amiodarone Chemical

Specifications:
  • PH: PH3.2-3.8
  • Purity: 99%
  • CAS No.: 1951-25-3
  • Formula: C25H29I2NO3
  • Molar mass: 645.31 g/mol
  • CAS ID: 1951-25-3

Nifedipine Powder

Specifications:
  • EINECS No.: 232-554-6
  • MF: C6H12O6
  • CAS No.: 9000-70-8
  • Form: Powder
  • Storage temp‎: ‎2-8°C

2 Nitrobenzaldehyde

Specifications:
  • EINECS No.: 218-044-6
  • MF: C7H7NO3
  • CAS NO: 99-54-7
  • Molar mass: 151.12 g/mol
  • Formula: C7H5NO3
  • Appearance: Pale yellow crystalline powder

Ammonium Formate

Specifications:
Sr. No.TestsSpecificationObservation
1DescriptionWhite crystalline powder. Hygroscopic in natureWhite crystalline powder.
2SolubilitySoluble in water and in methanol.Complies
3Melting PointBetween 119°C to 121°C120.2°C
4PH (10% in water)6.0 to 7.56.47
5Water ContentNMT 5.00%1.44%
6AssayNot less than 98.0%98.60%

Applications:
  • Used to obtain Formic acid
  • Serve as a way of storing formic acid
  • Used in palladium on carbon (Pd/C) reduction of functional groups
  • Used for reductive amination of ketones and aldehydes 
  • Act as a buffer in high-performance liquid chromatography

Packing:
  • 25 kg PP bag with LDPE liner inside / 500 kg and 1000 kg Jumbo bag.


Other information:
EINECS No.CategoryReach RegistrationMSDS

208-753-9

Non-Hazardous

No

Available on request

Methyl 3 Aminocrotonate

Specifications:
  • EINECS No.: 238-056-5
  • Purity: >98%
  • Color: White
  • Assy: 98%
  • Density: 1.022 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)

Nifedipine Chemical

Specifications:
  • EINECS No.: 232-550-6
  • CAS No.: 9000-71-8
  • Density‎: ‎1.3±0.1 g/cm 3
  • Form: Powder
  • Boiling Point‎: ‎475.3±45.0 °C at 760 mmHg
  • Storage temp‎: ‎2-7°C
  • Molecular Weight‎: ‎346.339 g/mol
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