Barbituric Acid 98%
Barbituric acid, while it is the parent compound of various barbiturate drugs, does not itself have any pharmacological properties. It plays a role as a xenobiotic and is a combination of multiple barbiturates.
Barbituric acid has a molecular weight of 128.087 g/mol and a heavy atom count of nine. It also has a hydrogen bond donor count of two and a hydrogen bond acceptor count of three. The complexity of the compound is 168. Barbiturate acid also has both a monoisotopic and exact mass of 128.022 g/mol.
It has a melting point of 248 °F (120 °C) and is soluble in 1.9 mg/L of water at 98.6 °F (37 °C). Barbiturate acid has a vapor pressure of 1.50 mmHg.
Barbituric acid can be found in drugs used to treat disorders of the urinary system, impotence, and many dermatological diseases. It is also used to help treat wounds, burns, scars, and other injuries.