60-35-5 Acetamide

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CAS 60-35-5 -

CAS Number:  60-35-5

Chemical Name:  Acetamide

Type of Toxicity:  cancer

Listing Mechanism:  Authoritative Bodies (AB)

Date Listed:  1-Jan-90

NSRL (No Significant Risk Level) or MADL (Maximum Allowable Dose Level):  10 µg/day

Where a source or product results in exposures by multiple routes, the total exposure must be considered. For example, the MADL for benzene is exceeded when the absorbed dose exceeds 24 µg/day. If only inhalation and oral exposure occurs, the benzene MADL is exceeded when: (oral dose ÷ 24 µg/day) + (inhalation dose ÷ 49 µg/day) > 1.0.

View risk assessment documentation for Acetamide related to these safe harbor levels (PDF)

Chemical Formula:  C2H5NO

Synonyms:  Acetic acid amide;Ethanamide;Methanecarboxamide;CH3CONH2;NCI-C02108;Amid kyseliny octove

Use:  Synthetic reagent, solvent

Appearance:  colourless deliquescent crystals

Melting Point:  81 C

Boiling Point:  222 C

Vapor Pressure:  1 mm Hg at 65 C

Water Solubility:  high

Stability:  Stable. Incompatible with strong acids, strong oxidizing agents, strong bases. Deliquescent. Triboluminescent.

Molecular Weight:  59.0672

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