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CAS 58-22-0 - Testosterone

Analyte:  Testosterone

Alternate Name:  (17B)-17-Hydroxyandrost-4-en-3-one

Abbreviation:  TESTOSTERONE

CAS Number or ID:  58-22-0

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  58-22-0

Synonyms:  Androst-4-en-3-one, 17-hydroxy-, (17«beta»)-;«delta»(Sup4)-Androsten-17«beta»-ol-3-one;Androlin;Andronaq;Andrusol;Cristerona T;Geno-cristaux Gremy;Homosteron;Homosterone;Mertestate;Neotestis;Orquisteron;Perandren;Percutacrine androgenique;Primotest;Primoteston;Sustanon;Sustanone;Teslen;Testandrone;Testiculosterone;Testobase;Testopropon;Testosteroid;Testosteron;Testoviron Schering;Testoviron T;Testrone;Testryl;V

Chemical Formula:  C19H28O2

Apearance:  white crystalline odourless solid

Melting Point:  155 C

Vapor Density:  10 (air = 1)

Stability:  Stable. Combustible. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.Analytical testing dots

Laboratory tests that may be available by ALS - Columbia for Testosterone (CAS # 58-22-0):

EPA MethodTest NameMatrixMRLInstrument
EPA 1694MSteroids and Endocrine Disrupting CompoundsDrinking Water10 HPLC-MS
EPA 1694MSteroids and Endocrine Disrupting CompoundsLiquid10 HPLC-MS
EPA 1694MSteroids and Endocrine Disrupting CompoundsSolid20 HPLC-MS

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Related Analytes ((17B)-17-Hydroxyandrost-4-en-3-one):
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