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|Molar mass||723.725 g/mol|
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Dimethyltubocurarinium chloride (INN), or metocurine chloride (USAN), also known as dimethyltubocurarine chloride, is a non-depolarizing nicotinic acetylcholine receptor antagonist used as a muscle relaxant.
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