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Methyl Hydrazine Sulfate

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Methyl Hydrazine Sulfate

Hydrazine Sulfate, also known as hydrazinium hydrosulfate, is a salt formed by the anion hydrazinium, a cation, and the cation bisulfate (hydrogensulfate) that is represented by the formula [N2H+5][HSO-4 or N2H6SO4. It is a clear water-soluble solid at room temperature.

Hydrazine Sulfate can be found in a range of applications in laboratories for chemical research as well as within the industry of chemicals, such as analytical chemistry as well as the synthesis of organic chemicals. In these applications, it is often referred to as pure hydrazine because it’s not volatile and is not as susceptible to oxidation in the atmosphere that affects storage.

Hydrazine sulfate can be used to treat various kinds of cancer. It can also be used to treat weight loss that is not voluntary in patients who suffer from cancer (cachexia or wasting syndrome) however there isn’t any scientific proof to support these claims. The use of hydrazine sulfate could be dangerous.

what is hydrazine made of

Hydrazine is a molecule that consists of two singly linked nitrogen atoms and four peripheral hydrogen atoms. It is a colourless, poisonous irritant and sensitizer in its anhydrous form, causing central nervous system damage and symptoms as severe as tumours and convulsions.

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Product Specification

  • Molecular weight – 144.15000
  • Boiling point – 87.5ºC at 760mmHg
  • Flash Point – 21.1ºC
  • Smiles – S(=O)([O-])(O)=O.N(C)[NH3+]
  • Density – 0.8g/cm3

Safety Information As Per GHS

  • Hazard - 6.1 Toxic Substances