An acetylcholine antagonist. Used in treatment of motion sickness; antiemetic; antispasmodic; mydriatic; preanesthetic medicant
Colorless crystals or white powder or solid. Has no odor. pH (of 5% solution): 4-5.5. Slightly efflorescent in dry air. Bitter, acrid taste.
Air & Water Reactions:
Sensitive to air, light and moisture. Water soluble.
Scopolamine hydrobromide is incompatible with acids, bases and oxidizing agents. .
Flash point data for Scopolamine hydrobromide are not available; however, Scopolamine hydrobromide is probably combustible.
Non-selective muscarinic antagonist. Widely used clinically to treat motion sickness.