• Product Name:Acetildenafil
  • Molecular Formula:C25H34N6O3
  • Purity:99%
  • Molecular Weight:

Product Details

Appearance:off-white to pale yelow solid

High Purity Acetildenafil 831217-01-7 in stock, reasonable price

  • Molecular Formula:C25H34N6O3
  • Molecular Weight:466.58
  • Appearance/Colour:off-white to pale yelow solid 
  • Melting Point:131-133 °C 
  • Refractive Index:1.637 
  • Boiling Point:656.7±65.0 °C(Predicted) 
  • PKA:7.61±0.10(Predicted) 
  • PSA:96.35000 
  • Density:1.28 g/cm3 
  • LogP:2.37080 


Shanghai Upbio Tech Co.,Ltd (Former Onchem (China)Co.,Ltd) is a comprehensive manufacturer and an international distribution of chemicals throughout the world, The predecessor of Shanghai Upbio Tech Co.,Ltd was Onchem (China) Co.,Ltd in 2010,Specialized in APIs, chemical intermediates, herbal extract and pharmaceutical raw materials.

Acetildenafil 831217-01-7 Usage

Acetildenafil is a synthetic drug which acts as a phosphodiesterase inhibitor. It is an analog of sildenafil which has been detected in numerous different brands of "herbal aphrodisiac" products sold in convenience stores that claim to boost libido and alleviate erectile dysfunction.



Acetildenafil 831217-01-7 Relevant articles

Isolation and identification of a new acetildenafil analogue used to adulterate a dietary supplement: dimethylacetildenafil

ALİH GÖKER, M Coşkun, M Alp

Turkish Journal of Chemistry > Vol. 34 (2010) > No. 2

Owing to the inclusion of a dimethyl group in acetildenafil, the detected compound was called dimethylacetildenafil. The sample was purified with column chromatography. The IR, LC/MS (ESI), and completely assigned NMR data of dimethylacetildenafil are reported for the first time. The structure was compared with that of acetildenafil and the results showed that the ethyl substitution at the 4-position of the piperazine ring had been replaced by a 3,5-dimethyl substitution. This new acetildenafil analogue was isolated and identified for the first time.

Letter: Liquid Chromatography Ion-Trap Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometric Study on the Fragmentation of an Acetildenafil Analogue

P Zou,O Ssy,KH Kiang,MY Low,HL Koh

European journal of mass spectrometry 2007

Liquid chromatography ion-trap time-of-flight mass spectrometry was employed to elucidate the fragmentation pathways of an analogue of acetildenafil. Based on the accurate masses of the parent ion, product ions and neutral losses of acetildenafil analogue, its fragmentation pathways were proposed. The information is useful for the on-line structural identification of unknown analogues of acetildenafil found as adulterants in herbal products.

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