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Niacin B3

  • Chemical Name: Nicotinic acid
  • CAS No.:59-67-6
  • MF:C6H5NO2
  • MW:123.11
  • Purity:≥99% or according to customer requested
  • Color: White to off-white
  • Product Categories:Vitamin B;Vitamin B3;Vitamin Ingredients;Intermediates & Fine Chemicals
  • Test method: HPLC

What is Niacin B3?

Because it was the third vitamin b3 niacin to be discovered, niacin is known as niacin b3. B3 niacin, discovered in the 1950s, has been shown to aid in maintaining healthy cholesterol levels when taken as a supplement. As a result, b3 niacin has been the subject of some of the most research on this topic. It should come as no surprise that our most popular supplement for maintaining healthy cholesterol levels is Vitamin B3 Niacin.

Nicotinic acid Introduction 
Product Name: Nicotinic acid
Synonyms: BETA-PICOLINIC ACID; ACIDUM-NICOTINICUM; 3-PICOLINIC ACID; 3-CARBOXYPYRIDINE; Niacin; Pyridine-3-carboxylic acid; acidum nicotinicum; kyselina nikotinova
CAS: 59-67-6
MW: 123.11
EINECS: 200-441-0
Product Categories: Vitamin B;Vitamin B3;Vitamin Ingredients;Intermediates & Fine Chemicals
Chemical Structure

Nicotinic acid            

Chemical Properties   
Melting point 236-239 °C(lit.)
Boiling point 260C
density 1.473
refractive index 1.5423 (estimate)
Fp 193°C
storage temp. 2-8°C
solubility 18g/l
pka 4.85(at 25℃)
form Powder
color White to off-white
PH 2.7 (18g/l, H2O, 20℃)
Water Solubility 1-5 g/100 mL at 17 ºC
Merck 14,6525
BRN 109591
Stability: Stable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents. May be light sensitive.
Niacin B3 Benefits

Enhance cognitive performance Your brain requires niacin b3, which is a component of the coenzymes NAD and NADP, which are required for energy and proper performance.

Niacin b3 deficiency has even been linked to psychotic symptoms and brain fog. Vitamin b3 niacin helps repair damage to brain cells caused by a deficiency, so it can be used to treat some forms of schizophrenia.

In cases of Alzheimer's disease, preliminary research suggests that niacin b3 may also aid in brain health maintenance. However, prior to making a recommendation, additional research is required.

Improves skin function

Whether taken orally or applied topically, niacin b3 helps shield skin cells from sun damage.

Niacin may aid in the prevention of certain types of skin cancer, according to recent research. A form of b3 niacin, 500 milligrams of nicotinamide twice daily, was found to lower the risk of non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) in one study. muscular height.

May ease arthritis symptoms

In a preliminary study, vitamin b3 niacin reduced the need for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), improved joint mobility, and helped ease some of the symptoms of osteoarthritis. Even though these findings look promising, more research is required.

Niacin B3 Applications:

1. Health and Food Products
Promote the normal growth and development of the human body

It can prevent skin diseases and similar vitamin deficiencies, and has the effect of dilating blood vessels.

2. Industrial Field
Niacin also plays an irreplaceable role in the fields of luminescent materials, dyes, electroplating industries, etc.  

3. Pharmaceuticals

Maxmedchem could offer pharma grade Nicotinic acid used for medicines production and supplements.

MSDS: MSDS available.

COA: COA can be available if you send us inquiry.

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