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|Molar mass||198.14 g/mol|
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Nitrofural (INN, trade name Furacin) is a bactericidal compound used as an antibiotic most commonly in the form of ointments. Its use in medicine has become less frequent as safer and more effective products have become available, and it has been discontinued in the US. The substance is pale yellow and crystalline.
Other names include nitrofurazone and furacilin.
- Drugs.com: Nitrofurazone (Topical route)
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