产品编号 A106311 | CAS号 75-07-0 | Aladdin
货号 规格 库存 价格 数量
A106311-1L 99.5% 上海(1)
A106311-250ml 99.5% 上海(>10)
A106311-50ml 99.5% 上海(7)


敏感性 对热和光线敏感
折光率 1.331-1.333
密度 0.7850
熔点 -123°C
沸点 21°C
存贮条件 储存温度 2-8°C,充氮保存


产品介绍 特殊的刺激性气味。
别名 醋醛;Ethanal
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标识符号 GHS02 GHS02, GHS07 GHS07, GHS08 GHS08
信号词 Danger
风险声明 (欧洲) R12;R40;R36/37
安全声明(欧洲) S16;S33;S36/37
警示性声明 P210,P261,P281,P305+P351+P338
危害码(欧洲) F+,Xn
危害声明 H224,H319,H335,H351
个人防护设备 Eyeshields,Faceshields,full-face respirator (US),Gloves,multi-purpose combination respirator cartridge (US)
RTECS AB1925000
WGK德国 1
闪点(摄氏) -27 ℃
是否危化品 一般危险品
Ching-Long Lai, Yeung-Pin Li, Chiu-Ming Liu, Hsiu-Shan Hsieh, Shih-Jiun Yin
Previous studies have reported that cimetidine, an H2-receptor antagonist used to treat gastric and duodenal ulcers, can inhibit alcohol dehydrogenases (ADHs) and ethanol metabolism. Human alcohol deh...Read More
E M Goldberg, L M Blendis, S Sandler
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Daihua Hu, Juntao Feng, Zhihui Wang, Hua Wu, Xing Zhang
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Hugh D Lothrop, Sarah S Wheeler, Ying Fang, William K Reisen
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Olivier Autin, Julie Hart, Peter Jarvis, Jitka Macadam, Simon A Parsons, Bruce Jefferson
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Bing-Gui Li, Wen-Bao Li, Xi-Guang Feng, Yi Dong, Ming-Shou Wu, Zong-Ti Shao, Liang-Xian Mu, Shu-Hui Tian, Ping Li, Li-Ping Gao, Kang Xiong, Xing-Qi Dong
To evaluate the molluscicidal effect of 26% suspension concentrate of metaldehyde and niclosamide (MNSC) in the fields of mountainous areas in Yunnan Province.Some representative Oncomelania snail env...Read More
Bing Tao, Ashleigh J Fletcher
Metaldehyde removal from aqueous solution was evaluated using granular activated carbon (GAC), a non-functionalised hyper-cross-linked polymer Macronet (MN200) and an ion-exchange resin (S957) with su...Read More
Shang-Wei Wang, Hai-Ying Wang, Bing-Rong Luo, Ke-Rong Li, Yu-Hua Liu, Shen-Hua Zhao, Hua Yang, Tian-Mei Li
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Douglas L Huseby, John R Roth
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Alfonso A Pérez-Garrido, Aliuska A Morales Helguera, Adela A Abellán Guillén, M Natália D S MN Cordeiro, Amalio A Garrido Escudero
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Ann-Katrin Felux, Karin Denger, Michael Weiss, Alasdair M Cook, David Schleheck
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David Leitsch, Catrin F Williams, David Lloyd, Michael Duchêne
Our previous observation that NADP-dependent secondary alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH-1) is down-regulated in metronidazole-resistant Trichomonas vaginalis isolates prompted us to further characterise the...Read More
O V Tyulina, V D Prokopieva, R D Dodd, J R Hawkins, S W Clay, D O Wilson, A A Boldyrev, P Johnson
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Kazuhiro Tokuda, Yukitoshi Izumi, Charles F Zorumski
Consistent with the ability of severe alcohol intoxication to impair memory, high concentrations of ethanol (60mM) acutely inhibit long-term potentiation (LTP) in the CA1 region of rat hippocampal sli...Read More
Arthur S AS Brecher, Mohammed T MT Adamu
The effect of low concentrations of acetaldehyde on activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT) and prothrombin time (PT) of Accuclot coagulation plasmas was monitored over a prolonged time to mimic ...Read More
A W Jones, H L?winger
Headspace gas chromatography was used to determine the concentration of ethanol and methanol in blood samples from 519 individuals suspected of drinking and driving in Sweden where the legal alcohol l...Read More
A W AW Jones, M M Lund, E E Andersson
In the course of analyzing blood samples from drunk drivers, several low molecular weight volatiles were occasionally identified in addition to ethanol on the gas chromatograms. Among 21, 153 blood sp...Read More
D K DK Dastur, N N Santhadevi, E V EV Quadros, F C FC Avari, N H NH Wadia, M N MN Desai, E P EP Bharucha
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L R G LR Nieminen, K K KK Makino, N N Mehta, M M Virkkunen, H Y HY Kim, J R JR Hibbeln
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A A Viola, F F Nicoli, B B Denis, S S Confort-Gouny, Y Y Le Fur, J-P JP Ranjeva, P P Viout, P J PJ Cozzone
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Kavitha Swaminathan, Dahn L Clemens, Aparajita Dey
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V S Shubina, Yu V Shatalin
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Zheng Luo, Huimin Liu, Xiaomeng Sun, Rong Guo, Ruibing Cui, Xiangxing Ma, Ming Yan
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Massimo Guaita, Maurizio Petrozziello, Silvia Motta, Federica Bonello, Maria Carla Cravero, Concezio Marulli, Antonella Bosso
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R F A Tummers-de Lind van Wijngaarden, T R A Havenith, K P G M Hurkens, F de Vries, H P M G Hulsewe-Evers
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Jinjing Wang, Nan Shen, Hua Yin, Chunfeng Liu, Yongxian Li, Qi Li
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M Becker, T Zweckmair, A Forneck, T Rosenau, A Potthast, F Liebner
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Caio L Firme, Simon J Garden, Nanci C de Lucas, David E Nicodem, Rodrigo J Correa
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L Feller, R Chandran, R A G Khammissa, R Meyerov, J Lemmer
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Olga V OV Tyulina, Valentina D VD Prokopieva, Alexander A AA Boldyrev, Peter P Johnson
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Masayoshi M Takeuchi, Toshikazu T Saito
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Adrian A Burton
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Philip J Brooks, Jacob A Theruvathu
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Jacob A Theruvathu, Pawel Jaruga, Raghu G Nath, Miral Dizdaroglu, P J Brooks
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H Matsuse, T Shimoda, C Fukushima, K Mitsuta, T Kawano, S Tomari, S Saeki, Y Kondoh, I Machida, Y Obase, S Asai, S Kohno
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J J Latvala, J J Melkko, S S Parkkila, K K J?rvi, K K Makkonen, O O Niemel?
Acetaldehyde-derived protein condensates (adducts) have been suggested as promising biological markers of alcohol abuse because they represent actual metabolites of ethanol. However, the detection of ...Read More
T W TW Boyden, M A MA Silvert, R W RW Pamenter
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Iu E IuE Morozov, E M EM Salomatin, V E VE Okhotin
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Toshiharu T Oba, Yoshitaka Y Maeno, Kazuto K Ishida
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Fusae T Nishimura, Tatsushige Fukunaga, Hideaki Kajiura, Katsumi Umeno, Hiromasa Takakura, Taketoshi Ono, Hisao Nishijo
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Kazuhiko K Nakamura, Kazuhiko K Iwahashi, Aizo A Furukawa, Kiyoshi K Ameno, Hiroshi H Kinoshita, Iwao I Ijiri, Yoshimoto Y Sekine, Katsuaki K Suzuki, Yasuhide Y Iwata, Yoshio Y Minabe, Norio N Mori
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Marjie L ML Hard, Umar U Iqbal, James F JF Brien, Gideon G Koren
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M P MP Mascia, R R Maiya, C M CM Borghese, I A IA Lobo, K K Hara, T T Yamakura, D H DH Gong, M J MJ Beckstead
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Richard A RA Deitrich
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Gudrun G P?schl, Felix F Stickel, Xiang D XD Wang, Helmut K HK Seitz
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S S SS Hecht, E J EJ McIntee, M M Wang
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E E Baraona, C S CS Lieber
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Xiaochun X Zhang, Shi-Yan SY Li, Ricardo A RA Brown, Jun J Ren
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Junko J Adachi, Migiwa M Asano, Yasuhiro Y Ueno, Onni O Niemel?, Kay K Ohlendieck, Timothy J TJ Peters, Victor R VR Preedy
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