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  • Product number: C2139
  • CAS number: 1261392-59-9
  • Molecular formula: C19H18ClN3O5S
  • Molecular weight: 441,84 g.mol-1
  • Min. purity: 98,00 %
  • Min. isotopic enrichment: 99% 13C
  • Solubility: refer to COA

  • Stability: ≥ 1 year
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Product Number: C2139


Rivaroxaban is intended for Pharmaceuticals applications. Rivaroxaban is an orally active, direct inhibitor of Factor Xa and a novel antithrombotic agent. All information about [13C6]-Rivaroxaban is provided in the MSDS. We deliver compounds with high purity levels and a comprehensive Certificate of Analysis. Connect to your member account to consult the documents.

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