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Nitroxynil has CAS No. 1689-89-0 , Mol. Wt. 290.01gms/mol, Molecular formula C7 H3 I N2O3. It is chemically known as 4- hydroxy -3 –Iodo-5- Nitrobenzonitrile. Nitroxynil is an effective Fasciolide because of its anthelmintic activity which works against Fasciola hepatica infections in cattle, and sheep.

It is categorized under the category of Anthelmintic / Anti parasitic ( for veterinary use) and is very effective against parasitic flat worms causing the liver damage in cattle and sheep. Nitroxynil is available in light yellow or yellow colored powder form. It is practically insoluble in water , but sparingly soluble in ether and Slightly soluble in Ethanol.

The information given above is based on our current knowledge and should not be considered as an intention of our Company to provide any medical information or as an advice for animal specific treatment. For any medical attention for your animals, livestock , we advise our customers to consult a Veterinarian/ Veterinary Doctor and act as per his/ her advice.

Lasa Laboratories Pvt. Ltd . a wholly owned subsidiary of Omkar Specialty Chemicals Ltd. , Badalapur, with its Corporate Office at Badalapur Dist,. Thane, Maharashtra State , Pin- Code 421503, is known as the Leading Manufacturer & Exporter of this product at the most Competitive price with guaranteed Quality Specifications & Timely delivery. The Company has its Manufacturing facility at C-105 , MIDC , Mahad, Dist. : Raigad Maharashtra , Pin -Code 402302 ,duly approved by FDA Maharashtra State.

Specifications - Nitroxynil
Methyl Iodide Producers
Product Nitroxynil
CAS No. [1689-89-0]
Molecular formula C7H3IN2O3
Molecular weight 290.01 gms/mol
Description A yellow to yellowish brown powder.
A] By IR IR spectrum of test sample should be concordant with IR spectrum of similar preparation of Nitroxinil of working standard.
B] By UV The UV absorption maxima of sample should match with the UV absorption maxima of working standard.
C] Chemical test Iodine vapours should evolve.
Melting point Between 136° to 139°C.
Loss on drying Not more than 0.1 %.
Sulphated ash Not more than 1.0 %.
Assay Not less than 98.0 % and not more than 101.0 %.

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