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617-65-2 - DL-Glutamic acid, 95% - H-DL-Glu-OH - H63075 - Alfa Aesar

H63075 DL-Glutamic acid, 95%

CAS-Nummer
617-65-2
Synonyme
H-DL-Glu-OH

Größe Preis ($) Menge Verfügbarkeit
25g 35,20
100g 109,18
500g 378,00
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DL-Glutamic acid, 95%

MDL
MFCD00063113
EINECS
210-522-2

Chemische Eigenschaften

Formel
C5H9NO4
Molmasse
147.13
Löslichkeit
Soluble in water (miscible), HCl, ether (sparingly), ethanol (sparingly), and petroleum ether (sparingly).

Anwendungen

Its salt form (glutamate) is an important neurotransmitter that plays a key role in long-term potentiation and is important for learning and memory. Glutamic Acid is also a key molecule in cellular metabolism. DL-Glutamic acid is used ito study its mechanisms of crystal formation and self-assembly on surfaces and copolymer development.

Bemerkungen

Store in a cool, dry place, in a well sealed container. Store away from oxidizing agents, heat.

Literaturverweise

Yuan Jiang; Laurie Gower; Dirk Volkmer; Helmut Cölfen. The existence region and composition of a polymer-induced liquid precursor phase for DL-glutamic acid crystals. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2012, 14 (2), 914-919.

Pradip Paik; Aharon Gedanken; Yitzhak Mastai. Enantioselective separation using chiral mesoporous spherical silica prepared by templating of chiral block copolymers. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 2009, 1 (8), 1834-1842.

Weitere Referenzen

Merck
14,4469
Beilstein
1723799
Harmonized Tariff Code
2922.42
TSCA
Yes
RTECS
LZ9648000

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