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O-AMINOSERINE

Product ID: AG-D-41268
Chemcial Name: O-AMINOSERINE
CAS: 1187-83-3
MF: C3H8N2O3
MW: 120.10722
Synonyms: Alanine,3-(aminooxy)- (6CI,7CI); Hydroxylamine, O-(2-amino-2-carboxyethyl)-; b-Aminoxyalanine
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Density: 1.384g/cm3
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Boiling Point: 372.7°Cat760mmHg
Flash Point: 179.2°C
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