|Description||Napelline is a diterpenoid alkaloid from plants of the Aconitum,genus, a potent antiarrhythmic with weak hypotensive and N-cholinoblocking effects.|
|Solubility||well in chloroform; moderately in acetone and methanol; not well in water.|
|Storage||Stable in dry state, store at + 4 °C, in dark place.|
|Melting Point||162-164 °C|
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