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Chlorogenic acid hemihydrate

CAS No.6001-76-9
Chemical Name:Chlorogenic acid hemihydrate
Synonyms:CHLOROGENIC ACID HEMIHYDRATE;Chlorogenicacidhemihydrate,97%;3-O-(3,4-DIHYDROXYCINNAMOYL)-D-QUINIC ACID HEMIHYDRATE
CBNumber:CB2267014
Molecular Formula:C32H38O19
Formula Weight:726.63
MOL File:6001-76-9.mol
Chlorogenic acid hemihydrate Property
Melting point : 206-210 °C (dec.)
alpha : -40.5锟斤拷1 º(c=2.8%, ethanol)
Merck : 14,2142
Safety
WGK Germany : 3
RTECS : GU8480000

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