Thiourea - CAS # 62-56-6

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CAS 62-56-6 - Thiourea

Chemical Name:  Thiourea

Chemical Formula:  CH4N2S

CAS Number:  62-56-6

EC Number (EINECS):  200-543-5

Synonyms:  Urea, thio-;«beta»-Thiopseudourea;Pseudothiourea;Pseudourea, 2-thio-;Thiocarbamide;THU;2-Thiourea;(NH2)2CS;Sulourea;Urea, 2-thio-;USAF ek-497;Isothiourea;Rcra waste number U219;Thiocarbonic acid diamide;Thiomocovina;2-Thiopseudourea;Tsizp 34;UN 2877;Sulfourea

Appearance:  white crystals or powder

Melting Point:  174 - 177 C

Vapor Density:  2.6 (air = 1)

Stability:  Stable. Incompatible with strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidizing agents, metallic salts, proteins, hydrocarbons. May react violently with acrolein.

Molecular Weight:  76.122

Alternate Names:  Thiourea | SUREA

Department:  Organics

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Related Analytes (Thiourea):
1-Phenyl-2-thiourea    N,N'-diethylthiourea    n-(2-hydroxyethyl)-N'-2-propenyl thiourea    1-allyl-2-thiourea    Trimethylthiourea    2-Aminoethylisothiourea hydrobromide    N,N'-bis[(1R)-1-phenylethyl]thiourea    1-Amino-2-thiourea (thiosemicarbazide)    1-Naphthyl thiourea   

The chemical "Thiourea" is listed on California's Proposition 65 list: 62-56-6   

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