Benzocaine

Benzocaine 94-09-7 Pharmaceutical Raw Material Local Anesthetic Topical Pain Reliever

 

Quick Details for Benzocaine

Benzocaine
CAS: 94-09-7
EINECS : 202-303-5
Purity : 99%
Molecular formula: C9H11NO2
Molecular Weight: 166.1965
Melting point: 89°C to 90.5°C
Boiling point: 310.7 ° C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 164.2 ° C
Vapor Pressure: 0.000589mmHg at 25 ° C
Density: 1.17
Mp: 89-92 ° C
Usage : Ultraviolet absorption used in cosmetics, topical anesthetics, for the wound, ulcer pain and hemorrhoids.

 

Benzocaine Applications

Benzocaine is a local anesthetic commonly used as a topical pain reliever or in cough drops. It is the active ingredient in many over-the-counter anesthetic ointments such as products for oral ulcers. It is also combined with antipyrine to form A/B otic drops to relieve ear pain and remove earwax.

 

Benzocaine is used as a key ingredient in numerous pharmaceuticals

Over the counter throat lozenges such as Cepacol. Some glycerol-based ear medications for use in removing excess wax as well as relieving ear conditions such as otitis media and swimmers ear. Some previous diet products such as Ayds. Some condoms designed to prevent premature ejaculation. Benzocaine largely inhibits sensitivity on the penis, and can allow for an erection to be maintained longer (in a continuous act) by delaying ejaculation. Conversely, an erection will also fade faster if stimulus is interrupted.

Benzocaine mucoadhesive patches have been used in reducing orthodontic pain. In Poland it is included, together with menthol and zinc oxide, in the liquid powder (not to be confused with the liquid face powder) used mainly after mosquito stings. Today’s ready made Pudroderm was once used there as pharmaceutical compound.

 

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