|1||Appearance (Color)||White or Nearly White, Crystalline Powder|
|2||Appearance (Form)||Crystalline Powder|
|3||Solubility||insoluble in water|
|4||Melting Point||228.5 ℃|
|6||Shelf Life||60 month|
Dichlorphenamide is a Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitor, and here is how it works.
Diclofenamide is a sulfonamide that is benzene-1,3-disulfonamide with chlorine substituting for the hydrogens at positions 4 and 5. It is an oral carbonic anhydrase inhibitor that decreases intraocular pressure by partly suppressing the secretion (inflow) of aqueous fluid in the eye. It’s a drug that’s used to treat glaucoma. It functions as a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, antiglaucoma medication, and ophthalmology medication. It’s a dichlorobenzene and a sulfonamide.