Piperazine citrate

CAS-nr:  144-29-6
Formula: 3(C4H10N2)*2(C6H8O7) 

Usage of Piperazine Citrate:

Piperazine Citrate is an organic compound that consists of a six-membered ring, containting two nitrogen atoms at opposite positions in the ring. Piperazine is a white crystal powder with a melting point of 190 Celcius. Piperazine Citrate was first introduced in 1953 as an Anthelmintic. Piperazine Citrate in generally used for the paralisation of parasites, which allow the body to easily remove or expel the invading organism. The Piperazine Citrate is being used as an anthelmintic for humans and animals against roundworms and pinworm infections. The Piperazine Citrate is also used in the manufacture of plastics, resins, pesticides and other materials.
The Piperazine Citrate blocks the response of the worm muscle to acetylcholine, presumably by causing hyperpolarisation of nerve endings which causes an flaccid paralysation of the worm.
An overdoses of Piperazine Citrate can cause coughing, colic, spams, sweating and vomiting.


Piperazine Citrate is freely soluble in water and Ethylene Glycol.

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Ofichem produces Piperazine Citrate solely as an active pharmaceutical ingredient on its own site in the Netherlands. In fact, it is produced under EU-GMP conditions. You can check our documentation availability in the table on the right or you can visit our company productdatabase, from where you can download several documents.

Formula structure of Piperazine Citrate:

Piperazine citrate


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