CAS Number: 109-00-2
Molecular Weight: 95.10
Molecular Formula: C5H5NO
Physical Appearance: Beige powder
Pyridine is acclimated as a forerunner to agrochemicals and pharmaceuticals and is aswell an important bread-and-butter and reagent. Pyridine is added to booze to accomplish it clashing for bubbler (see Denatured alcohol). It is acclimated in the in vitro amalgam of DNA, in the amalgam of sulfapyridine (a biologic adjoin bacterial and viral infections), antihistaminic drugs tripelennamine and mepyramine, as able-bodied as baptize repellents, bactericides and herbicides. Some actinic compounds, although not actinic from pyridine, accommodate its ring structure. They cover B vitamins niacin and pyridoxal, an anti-tuberculosis biologic isoniazid, nicotine and added nitrogen-containing bulb products. Historically, pyridine was produced from atramentous tar and as a by-product of the atramentous gasification. However, added appeal for pyridine resulted in the development of added economical methods of amalgam from acetaldehyde and ammonia, and added than 20,000 tonnes per year are bogus worldwide.
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