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Molecular Structure

Synonyms:
Amino acetic acid, Glycocoll, Amino ethanoic acid, Glycolixir, Glycosthene, Leimzucker, Glicoamin, Aciport, Amitone, Glycine, Padil, Aminoazijnzuur, polyglycine, Corilin, Hampshire glycine, LGlycine, 2-Aminoacetic acid, Sucre de gelatine.

General Info:

CAS Number

Molecular Formula

Classifications

H.S. Code

56-40-6

C2H5NO2

Amino Acetic Acid

29224910

Sales Specification:

   

Glycine  Tech. (AVIGLY-T)
 

Glycince  USP (AVIGLY-HP )
 

Assay

Min.

98.5

98.5 - 101.5

Chloride (Cl)

Max.

0.5

0.007

Sulphate (SO4)

Max.

 

0.0065

Ash

Max.

0.0004

0.0002

Residue on ignition

Max.

 

0.1

Loss on drying

Max.

0.2

0.2

PH

   

5.5~6.5

Applications:

Glycine is used:

  1. As an intermediate for Thiamphenicol, a key raw material foe Herbicide Glyphosate, an assistant agent for dichloride benzene ether.
  2. As an inductor and nutrition in feed additives.
  3. As a flavouring agent or sweetener, antiseptic agent (or in combination with Lglutamate, DL-alannine, citric.
  4. As an additive for the making of seasons, soft beverage, salted vegetables to retain its color and improve a source of sweet, restraining the propagation from pollinosis bacilli and coliform.
  5. Used as a stabilizer for Vitamin C.
  6. In Amino Acid injection solution as nutritional infusion, as a buffering agent for aureomycin, as a raw material for making L-Dopa cephalosporin, cosmetics and amino acid.
  7. As an additive for some medicines. Such as for flesh fall into a decline, untrue hypertrophy flesh cacotrophia, neuropathic acid stomach.