Diazepam


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CAS 439-14-5 - Diazepam

Analyte:  Diazepam

Alternate Name:  7-Chloro-1-methyl-5-phenyl-3H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2(1H)-one

Abbreviation:  DIAZEPAM

CAS Number or ID:  439-14-5

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  439-14-5

Synonyms:  Diazepam;Ansiolisina;Apaurin;Apozepam;Assival;Atensine;Atilen;Bialzepam;Calmocitene;Calmpose;Cercine;Ceregulart;Diacepan;Diapam;Duksen;Duxen;Eridan;Faustan;Lembrol;Levium;LA 111;Methyldiazepinone;Morosan;Noan;Paxate;Paxel;Quievita;Relaminal;Relanium;Ro 5-2807;Saromet;Seduksen;Seduxen;Setonil;Sibazon;Stesolid;Stesolin;Tranimul;Valeo;Valium;Vival;Vivol;Wy 3467;e-Pam;Alboral;Aliseum;Amiprol;Ansiolin;Armonil;Bensedin;Condition;CB 4261;Dialag;Diazemul

Use:  sedative

Chemical Formula:  C16H13ClN2O

Apearance:  light yellow or cream crystalline powder

Melting Point:  125 C

Stability:  Stable. Light-sensitive. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.Analytical testing dots

Laboratory tests that may be available by ALS - Columbia for Diazepam (CAS # 439-14-5):

EPA MethodTest NameMatrixMRLInstrument
EPA 1694MSteroids and Endocrine Disrupting CompoundsDrinking Water1 HPLC-MS
EPA 1694MSteroids and Endocrine Disrupting CompoundsLiquid1 HPLC-MS
EPA 1694MSteroids and Endocrine Disrupting CompoundsSolid2 HPLC-MS

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Related Analytes (7-Chloro-1-methyl-5-phenyl-3H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2(1H)-one):
(-)-alpha-Terpineol    (1-Butylheptyl)benzene    (1-Butylhexyl)benzene    (1-Butylnonyl)benzene    (1-Butyloctyl)benzene    (1-Ethyldecyl)benzene    (1-Ethylnonyl)benzene    (1-Ethyloctyl)benzene    (1-Ethylundecyl)benzene    (1-Hexylheptyl)benzene   


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