Equipoise

Equipoise
Strukturformel
Allgemeines
Freiname Boldenon
Andere Namen

17β-Hydroxyandrost-1,4-dien-3-on

Summenformel C19H26O2
CAS-Nummer 846-48-0
PubChem 13308
Fertigpräparate

Equipoise®

Eigenschaften
Molare Masse 286,41 g·mol−1
Schmelzpunkt

164–166 °C [1]

Sicherheitshinweise
Gefahrstoffkennzeichnung [2]
keine Gefahrensymbole
R- und S-Sätze R: keine R-Sätze
S: keine S-Sätze
WGK 3 (stark wassergefährdend) [2]
Soweit möglich und gebräuchlich, werden SI-Einheiten verwendet. Wenn nicht anders vermerkt, gelten die angegebenen Daten bei Standardbedingungen.

Boldenon (Handelsname Equipoise®) ist das 1,2-Dehydro-Derivat des Testosterons und ein anaboles Steroid. Es wird als Veterinärprodukt vor allem bei Pferden eingesetzt. Seit einiger Zeit findet es im Bodybuilding zunehmend missbräuchliche Verwendung. Es gilt als Dopingmittel.

Einzelnachweise

  1. The Merck Index: An Encyclopedia of Chemicals, Drugs, and Biologicals, 14. Auflage (Merck & Co., Inc.), Whitehouse Station, NJ, USA, 2006; ISBN 978-0-911910-00-1
  2. a b Datenblatt für Boldenone – Sigma-Aldrich 18. August 2008

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