614-00-6: N-Nitroso-N-methyl N- phenylamine
Also known as N-methyl-N-phenylnitrous amide or N-Nitrosomethylphenylamine, it is a derivative of the n-nitrosamine compound that is a large group of potent carcinogens, nearly 300 different N-nitrosamines are carcinogenic and at least 30 animal species are responsive to their effects.
Additional information on CAS 614-00-6
N-methyl-N-phenylnitrous amide; N-Nitrosomethylphenylamine
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