Chemical name Single-chain polypeptide consisting of 191 amino acid residues Chemical properties Growth hormone is normally produced in the human body in the anterior pituitary gland. The compound belongs to the family of polypeptide hormones, it contains prolactin and placental lactogen.
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Chemical name Calcium citric acid Chemical properties Calcium citrate, what is it? It is a salt formed by the element Ca and citric acid. It has a traditional name: calcium citrate. It is synthesized as colorless crystals. It is poorly soluble in water, not soluble in ethanol.
Chemical name Hydrochloric acid Chemical properties Hydrochloric acid, hydrogen chloride or hydrochloric acid is a solution of HCl in water. According to Wikipedia, the substance is attributed to a group of inorganic strong monobasic chemicals. The full name of the compound in Latin: Hydrochloricum acid.
Chemical name Hydroxybenzene Chemical properties What is Phenol? Hydroxybenzene, what is it? According to Wikipedia, this is one of the simplest representatives of its class of aromatic compounds. Phenols are organic aromatic compounds in the molecules of which carbon atoms from the aromatic ring are attached to the hydroxyl group.
Chemical name Sodium benzoate, sodium benzoate. Chemical properties Sodium benzoate, what is it? Benzoic acid sodium salt, a widely used preservative. It is a white fine powder, odorless or with a subtle smell of benzaldehyde. Chemical formula: C6H5CO2Na.
Chemical name 1,1-hydroxy-bis-ethane Chemical properties Ethyl acetic acid is a typical aliphatic ether. Molecular mass = 74.1 grams per mole. The substance is also called: ethyl, sulfuric ether. This liquid is colorless, mobile and very transparent, has a specific smell and taste.
The chemical name is PVOH, polyvinyl alcohol. Chemical properties Water-soluble artificial thermoplastic polymer. The substance is obtained from polyvinyl acetate using an alkaline hydrolysis or alcoholysis reaction. The chemical compound was first obtained in 1924. This is a weakly branched polymer, the degree of polymerization is about 500-2500.
Chemical name Magnesium hydroxide Chemical properties Inorganic compound, basic metal hydroxide Mg. Under standard conditions, it is an amorphous substance, practically insoluble in water, soluble in ammonium salts. The chemical formula of Magnesium Hydroxide is: Mg (OH) 2. In nature, it exists in the form of the brucite mineral.
Chemical name Calcium Phosphate, Ca Phosphate. Chemical properties Inorganic compound, salt formed by Ca and phosphoric acid. Calcium Phosphate Formula: Ca3 (PO4) 2. Usually it is a colorless, fine crystalline powder that is poorly soluble in water. When exposed to acids, the substance is converted to hydrogen phosphate.
Chemical name Sodium salt of alginic acid Chemical properties Sodium Alginate is an organic compound, guluronic and mannuronic acids, linked by glycosidic bonds with branching. Natural polysaccharide is a white to yellow powder, sometimes grayish.
The chemical name is 2-propylvaleric acid or 2-propyl-pentanoic acid. In the composition of medicines is present in the form of sodium, calcium or magnesium salt. Chemical Properties This chemical is a derivative of fatty acids. The acid is liquid at room temperature, and sodium salt is used for medical purposes.
Chemical name Magnesium oxide Chemical properties The substance has a number of traditional names: burnt magnesia, periclase. The chemical formula of magnesium oxide: MgO. According to the Pharmacopoeia, the compound is a small white crystals that are not soluble in water. In pharmacology, the drug is used in the form of a light, white loose powder, which has the ability to absorb water.
The chemical name is Iron (II) sulfate, iron (III) sulfate. Chemical properties Ferrous sulfate is an inorganic compound, a salt formed by sulfuric acid and iron. The substance is odorless, non-volatile. The anhydrous form has the form of colorless, non-transparent small hygrocopic crystals.
Chemical name Sodium (2R, 3S, 4R, 5R) -2,3,4,5,6-pentahydroxyhexanoate Chemical properties Sodium gluconate, what is it? It is a salt formed by gluconic acid and sodium. In order to more accurately understand what it is, consider the formula of Sodium Gluconate. Chemical formula of the substance: NaC6H11O7, racemic formula: HOCH2 (CHOH) 4COONa.
Chemical name (3alpha, 5beta, 7beta) -3,7-dihydroxycholan-24-oic acid Chemical properties This chemical compound is hydrophilic, non-cytotoxic bile acid, epimer of chenodeoxycholic acid. Ursodeoxycholic acid is not a very aggressive lcd, which is normally found in human bile and makes up about 1-5% of all bile cells found in the body.
Chemical name Potassium nitrate Chemical properties Potassium nitrate, also called Indian nitrate, potassium or potassium nitrate. Formula of potassium nitrate and formula of potassium nitrate: KNO3. It is an inorganic chemical compound, a non-volatile, colorless substance, hygroscopic, and odorless.
Chemical name Aluminum hydroxide Chemical properties Chemical formula of Aluminum hydroxide: Al (OH) 3. It is a chemical compound of alumina with water. Synthesized as a white jelly-like substance that is poorly soluble in water. The hydroxide has 4 crystalline modifications: Nordstrandite (β), monoclinic (γ) gibbsite, bayerite (γ), and hydragilite.
Chemical name Trisodium citric acid Chemical properties Sodium citrate, what is it? To understand what sodium salt of citric acid is it is necessary to consider its structure. Chemical formula of the substance: Na3C6H5O7. The product has the appearance of a white crystalline powder, has a salty-acid taste, and has no smell.
Chemical name Ammonium chloride Chemical properties Chemical formula of Ammonium chloride: NH4Cl. The compound is also called ammonium chloride, ammonia, it is an ammonium salt of hydrochloric acid. It is a white fine crystalline hygroscopic powder, without a specific smell, salty aftertaste.
Chemical name Benzoic acid Chemical properties This substance is an aromatic monobasic carboxylic acid. The racemic formula of Benzoic Acid: C7H6O2. Structural formula: C6H5COOH. It was first synthesized in the 16th century from dew incense, benzoic resin, from where it got its name.
Chemical name Zinc oxide Chemical properties According to the Pharmacopoeia, Zinc Oxide or Zinc Oxide is a crystalline powder without color, which is insoluble in water, ethyl alcohol. It is well dissolved in diluted mineral acid and acetic acid. Under the action of high temperature, it turns yellow (due to the displacement of the edge in the absorption spectrum to the blue region), sublimates at 1800 degrees Celsius.