powder or crystals
186-192 °C (dec.)
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This product is practically insoluble in water and soluble in ethanol, methanol, and chloroform. The solubility in TWEEN 80 is >45 mg/mL.
When 2 mL of a 45 mg/mL solution of this product in TWEEN 80 is mixed with 6 mL of a 15.25:84.75 (v/v) solution of absolute ethanol and water, the resulting solution should be physically stable. No precipitation should be observed for at least 12 hours of storage of the resulting solution at room temperature.
No. This product is not USP grade and is therefore unsuitable for drug use. It is sold for Research & Development use only.
Docetaxel is soluble in ethanol, and ethanol can be tolerated as long as the dose of added ethanol is low enough. DMSO would also work as a solvent; the authors of one paper (see link below) prepared a 10 mM stock solution and used it within 7 days (final DMSO concentration was no higher than 0.2%).
The product should be stored at room temperature (15°C to 25°C) and protected from light. Refrigerating and freezing does not adversely affect the product. If refrigerated, vials should be allowed to warm to room temperature before opening them.
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