Identification

Description


Formule moléculaire brute : C10H13NO2

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • 1-ACETAMIDO-4-ETHOXYBENZENE
  • 4'-ETHOXYACETANILIDE
  • 4-ETHOXYACETANILIDE
  • ACET-P-PHENALIDE
  • ACET-P-PHENETIDIN
  • ACET-PARA-PHENETIDIN
  • ACETANILIDE, 4'-ETHOXY
  • ACETIC ACID, AMIDE, N(4-ETHOXYPHENYL)-
  • ACETO-4-PHENETIDINE
  • ACETO-PARA-PHENALIDE
  • ACETO-PARA-PHENETIDIDE
  • ACETOPHENETIDIDE (PARA-)
  • ACETOPHENETIDIN
  • ACETOPHENETIDINE
  • ACETOPHENETIN
  • ACETPARAPHENALIDE
  • ACETPHENETIDIN
  • ACETYLPHENETIDIN
  • N-(4-ETHOXYPHENYL) ACETAMIDE
  • N-ACETYL-P-PHENETIDINE
  • N-ACETYL-PARA-PHENETIDINE
  • N-PARA-ETHOXYPHENYLACETAMIDE
  • P-ACETOPHENETIDE
  • P-ACETOPHENETIDINE
  • P-ACETPHENETIDIN
  • P-ETHOXYACETANILIDE
  • P-PHENETIDINE, N-ACETYL-
  • PARA-ACETOPHENETIDE
  • PARA-ACETOPHENETIDINE
  • PARA-ACETPHENETIDIN
  • Para-acétophénétidide
  • PARA-ETHOXYACETANILIDE
  • PARA-PHENACETIN
  • PARACETOPHENETIDIN
  • PHENACETINUM
  • PHENACITIN
  • PHENAZETIN
  • Phénacétine

Noms anglais :

  • Phenacetin
Utilisation et sources d'émission

Médicament

Références

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