Tables of Physico-Chemical Properties and MSDS Data for Chemical Compounds

This page provides access to a tabulated lists of common physical and chemical properties (substance name, molecular weight, boiling point, melting points, etc.) for chemical compounds that are described in our website. Also, information of GHS system code in form of pictograms are provided together with InchI Key codes for identification of chemicals. Data were … Read more


What is chloroquine? Chloroquine it is a molecule of the family of the quinolines , in particular those that have an amino group (-NH2) to carbon 4 of that ring (4-aminoquinolines). The systematic name of the IUPAC is (RS)-N‘-(7-cloroquinolin-4-yl)-N,N-diethyl-pentane-1,4-diamine. 3D Structure The main application is called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in the prevention and treatment … Read more


What is the aplidin? Aplidin (DDB) is a drug patented by PharmaMar. It is a cyclic peptide that is found in tunicates (Aplidium albicans), and is promising in the reduction of tumors in cancers of the pancreas, stomach, bladder and prostate. Presents a molecular formula is C57H87N7O15, with a molecular mass of 1110.357 g/mol. Other … Read more


What is hydroxychloroquine? Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is a molecule of the quinoline family, specifically those with an amino group (-NH2) on carbon 4 of that ring (4-aminoquinolines). The IUPAC systematic name is (RS)-N’,N’-(7-chloroquinolin-4-yl)-N,N-diethyl-pentane-1,4-diamine. Similar to the chloroquine but that presents in the side chain a group hydroxyl (-OH). So, its systematic name of the IUPAC is … Read more


What is favipiravir? The favipiravir, or T-705 or avifavir, or avigan, is a pyrazine carboxamide derivative with activity against RNA viruses. Favipiravir is converted to the ribofuranosyl triphosphate derivative by host enzymes and selectively inhibits viral RNA-dependent RNA polymerase of influenza A and B viruses. These RNA polymerases are required for transcription and replication of … Read more

Hyaluronic acid

What is hyaluronic acid? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural polymer and consists of repeating units of complex disaccharides. The structural unit of the polymer consists of a molecule of D-glucuronic acid attached to a molecule of N-acetyl-D-glucosamine. It was first detected in the vitreous humor, and its name comes from joining the words hyaloid … Read more


What is fentanyl? Fentanyl, also spelled fentanil, (molecular formula C22H28N2O) is a potent opioid used as an analgesic and anesthetic. It is also used as a recreational drug, sometimes mixed with heroin, cocaine or methamphetamine, and its potentially fatal overdose effects can be neutralized with naloxone. Fentanyl is also used to manufacture counterfeit drugs marketed … Read more


What is ozone? Ozone, with the general formula O3, is a molecule composed of three oxygen atoms. It is a pale blue gas, which upon cooling to low temperatures condenses into a liquid, with a boiling point of -192.2 ºC, dark blue in color, and finally solidifies with a violet-black color and a melting point … Read more

Uric acid

What is uric acid? Uric acid is an organic molecule derived from xanthine with the chemical formula C5H4N4O3. It has the IUPAC systematic name 7,9-dihydro-3H-purine-2,6,8-trione. This heterocyclic nitrogenous compound is an end product of the catabolism of purines (adenine and guanine) that takes place through the action of the enzyme xanthine oxidase (from xanthine and … Read more


What is urea? Urea is a solid of molecular formula H2NCONH2 with a molar mass (60.024 g/mol). It has a density under normal conditions of 0.74 g/cm3. It has a melting point (mp = 132.7 ºC). It is very soluble in water (108 g of urea dissolve in 100 ml of H2O at a temperature … Read more