Safety (MSDS) data for adenosine

Safety (MSDS) data for adenosine


    Synonyms: adenosine free base, 9-b-d-ribofuranosyl-9H-purin-6-amine, adenine riboside, adenocard, adenoscan, beta-adenosine, boniton, myocol, nucleocardyl, sandesin
    Molecular formula: C10H13N5O4
    CAS No: 58-61-7
    EINECS No: 200-389-9

Physical data

    Appearance: off-white crystalline powder
    Melting point: 234 C
    Boiling point:
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    Autoignition temperature:
    Water solubility: appreciable


    Stable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.


    May act as an irritant. Not hazardous according to directive 67/548/EC.

    Toxicity data
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    IPR-MUS LD50 2500 mg kg-1

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Transport information

    Non-hazardous for air, sea and road freight.

Personal protection

    Minimize exposure.

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