Sodium Arsanilate
Title: Sodium Arsanilate
CAS Registry Number: 127-85-5
CAS Name: (4-Aminophenyl)arsonic acid sodium salt
Additional Names: arsanilic acid sodium salt; sodium aminarsonate; sodium p-aminophenylarsonate; sodium anilarsonate
Trademarks: Arsamin; Atoxyl; Nuarsol; Protoxyl; Soamin (Burroughs Wellcome); Sonate; Piglet Pro-Gen V; Trypoxyl
Molecular Formula: C6H7AsNNaO3
Molecular Weight: 239.04
Percent Composition: C 30.15%, H 2.95%, As 31.34%, N 5.86%, Na 9.62%, O 20.08%
Literature References: Review of toxicology and human exposure: Toxicological Profile for Arsenic (PB2000-108021, 2000) 468 pp.
 
Derivative Type: Tetrahydrate
Properties: White, odorless, cryst powder. Poisonous! Soluble in about 6 parts water, about 100 parts alcohol. The aq soln is moderately acid to litmus.
 
Therap-Cat: Formerly as antisyphilitic.
Therap-Cat-Vet: Has been used as an anthelmintic in swine dysentery and other enteric conditions of pigs and poultry.

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