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Glycocoll Hydrochloride,Aminoethanoic acid, Aminoacetic acid, Glycocoll
|Melting point||176-180 degrees C|
|Main hazards||Irritates skin, eyes, and lungs.|
Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).
Normal Text Glycine hydrochloride is a compound with the molecular formula of C2H6ClNO2. It appears as a white powder. It has a sweet taste to it. Its formula weight is 111.53 and has a melting point of 176-180oC. Glycine Hydrochloride spinal cord inhibitory neurotransmitter. Also allosterically regulates NMDA receptors.
Glycine hydrochloride is a non-essential amino acid. This means the body does not need it to stay alive.
It is not a very reactive compound. At normal conditions, it is stable.
This compound can be dangerous when not used properly. When handled, it may irritate skin, eyes, and lungs. It can also cause irritation when ingested. It is recommended to take safety precautions. These include wearing safety goggles, and gloves.
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