Ascorbic acid - CAS # 50-81-7


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CAS 50-81-7 - Ascorbic Acid

Chemical Name:  Ascorbic acid

Chemical Formula:  C6H8O6

CAS Number:  50-81-7

EC Number (EINECS):  200-066-2

Synonyms:  Vitamin C;Antiscorbutic vitamin;Antiscorbic vitamin;Catavin C;Cevitamin;Ascorbicin;Ascorbic Acid;Adenex;Allercorb;Ascorbajen;Ascorbutina;Ascorin;Ascorteal;Ascorvit;C-Quin;C-Vimin;Cantan;Cantaxin;Ce-Mi-Lin;Ce-Vi-Sol;Cebicure;Cebion;Cebione;Cecon;Cegiolan;Ceglion;Celaskon;Celin;Cemagyl;Cenetone;Cereon;Cergona;Cescorbat;Cetamid;Cetemican;Cevalin;Cevatine;Cevex;Cevimin;Cevital;Cevitamic acid;Cevitan;Cevitex;Ciamin;Cipca;Colascor;Concemin;Davitamon C;

Use:  vitamin - nutritional additive and antioxidant,

Appearance:  white to light yellow crystals or powder

Melting Point:  ca. 193 C (decompose

Auto Ignition:  660 C

Water Solubility:  high

Stability:  Stable. May be weakly light or air sensitive. Incompatible with oxidizing agents, alkalies, iron, copper.

Molecular Weight:  176.1241

Alternate Names:  Ascorbic Acid | L-Ascorbic Acid | ASCORBICACID

Department:  Organics

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Related Analytes (Ascorbic acid):
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