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Synonyms: Carbonyl Diamide
molecular formula: CH4N2O
molecular weight: 60.07
melting point: 132.7-135°C
Potentially hazardous incompatibilities: Decomposes on heating above melting point producing toxic gases. Reacts violently with strong oxidants, nitrites, inorganic chlorides, chlorites and perchlorates causing fire and explosion hazard.
Potential Symptoms: Burning sensation in throat and chest; cough, dyspnea; exercise-induced asthma (one case); redness, skin, eyes; INGES ACUTE: Headache; nausea, vomiting; seizures.
Date Last Revised: 07/25/2003
Laboratory Sampling/Analytical Method:
Conditions: Column: C18; Mobile Phase: 95:5:0.1 H20: Acetonitrile: Phosphoric Acid; Detector Wavelength: 190nm
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