Paraquat Dichloride

Product Details

CAT No.# CS-T-38697
CAS 1910-42-5
Molecular Weight 257.16
Molecular Formula C12H14Cl2N2
Stock Status: In-Stock
Purity: >98%
Synonyms: 1,1'-dimethyl-[4,4'-bipyridine]-1,1'-diium chloride
Application Notes: Paraquat is a quarternary nitrogen compound that is used as an herbicide to eliminate unwanted weeds and grasses by inducing superoxide production in the mitochondria, causing a great deal of oxidative damage. Paraquat is highly toxic to humans, causing acute poisoning, lung damage and death. Paraquat is also thought to cause Parkinson's disease.
References: Cochemé, H., & Murphy, M.: J. Biol. Chem., 283, 1786 (2008); Suntres, Z.: Toxicology, 180, 65 (2002); Yang, W., et al.: J. Toxicol. Env. Heal. Part A: 71, 289 (2008)
Storage: For long term usage store at 2-8˚C
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The balance used are calibrated with weights traceable to National Standards NIST for accuracy
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SMILES:
C[N+]1=CC=C(C2=CC=[N+](C)C=C2)C=C1.[Cl-].[Cl-]



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