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Clofibrate 25mg

CAS# 637-07-0

Grade: HPLC-UV

SKU: ChemD-976-S1820-25mg-1x25-Milligram-637-07-0

Product Overview

In stock
Purity
97%
Size
1x25 Milligram
Container Type
Vial
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Form
Not Specified
Density
1.138-1.144 @ 20 °C
Appearance & Physical State
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Color
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Odor
FAINT CHARACTERISTIC ODOR
Melting Point
118-119
Boiling Point
149 °C at 2.00E+01 mm Hg
Freezing Point
118-119
Molecular Weight
242.7
Flash Point
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pH value
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Refractive Index
INDEX OF REFRACTION: 1.500-1.505 @ 19.5-20.5 °C/D; MAX ABSORPTION (DEHYDRATED ETHANOL): 226 NM (A 910, 1%, 1 CM); 280 NM (A 87, 1%, 1 CM); 288 NM (A 62, 1%, 1 CM)
LogP
3.3
Exact/Molecular Mass
242.0709720 g/mol
Molar mass
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Concentration
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Water Content
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Acid Content
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Viscosity
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Cloud Point
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Specific heat of liquid
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Thermo Stability
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Oxygen Stability
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Water Stability
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Vapor Pressure
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Assay (Gas chromatography)
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Molecular formula
C12H15ClO3
Soluble
Insoluble
Max Handling Temp
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Recommended Dosage
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Selleck Chemicals LLC manufactures Clofibrate 25mg, for sale through ChemDirect.
Selleck Chemicals LLC sells Clofibrate 25mg with a product grade of HPLC-UV and percent purity of 97%. Clofibrate 25mg is for sale online in 1x10 Millimeter, and 1x25 Milligram quantities. Clofibrate 25mg has the molecular formula C12H15ClO3 and a chemical weight of 242.7. Clofibrate 25mg is also called ethyl clofibrate, clofibrato, clofibratum, atromid-s, miscleron, atromid, ethyl 2-(4-chlorophenoxy)-2-methylpropanoate, liprin, epib, angiokapsul and antilipid. It's CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) Registry Number is 637-07-0.

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Selleck Chemicals LLC Selleck's Bioactive Compound Libraries consist of over 8,000 small molecules with validated biological and pharmacological activities. The safety and effectiveness of these molecules has been demonstrated through preclinical and clinical research and many of them are FDA-approved compounds.