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Succinic Acid Disodium Hexahydrate, MP Biomedicals™

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Quantity:
1 kg
6106-21-4
C4H16Na2O10
270.142
ZBTUYCUNQBRXOR-UHFFFAOYSA-L
disodium succinate hexahydrate, sodium succinate hexahydrate, unii-u16qod6c4e, butanedioic acid, disodium salt, hexahydrate, disodium butanedioate hexahydrate, u16qod6c4e, disodium hexahydrate succinate, sodium succinate dibasic hexahydrate, butanedioic acid disodium salt, succinic acid disodium salt hexahydrate
3083938
CHEBI:63686
disodium;butanedioate;hexahydrate
C(CC(=O)[O-])C(=O)[O-].O.O.O.O.O.O.[Na+].[Na+]
6106-21-4
C4H16Na2O10
270.142
ZBTUYCUNQBRXOR-UHFFFAOYSA-L
disodium succinate hexahydrate, sodium succinate hexahydrate, unii-u16qod6c4e, butanedioic acid, disodium salt, hexahydrate, disodium butanedioate hexahydrate, u16qod6c4e, disodium hexahydrate succinate, sodium succinate dibasic hexahydrate, butanedioic acid disodium salt, succinic acid disodium salt hexahydrate
3083938
CHEBI:63686
disodium;butanedioate;hexahydrate
C(CC(=O)[O-])C(=O)[O-].O.O.O.O.O.O.[Na+].[Na+]

Use as a TCA (Krebs cycle) supplement in cell culture applications. Succinic Acid Disodium Hexahydrate, MP Biomedicals (aka, sodium succinate dibasic hexahydrate) can be used to study x-ray crystallography, protein structural analysis, proteomics and opti

  • Study x-ray crystallography, protein structural analysis, proteomics and optimization reagents
  • Determine the calorimetric and diffractometric evidence for the sequential crystallization of buffer components and the consequential pH swing in frozen solutions
  • Provide insights into the mechanism of Pseudomonas dacunhae aspartate β-decarboxylase from rapid-scanning stopped-flow kinetics
Solubility Information Soluble in water (100mg/mL, clear and colorless solution).
Formula Weight 270.1
Percent Purity ≥98%
Quantity 1 kg
Physical Form Crystalline Powder

Recommended Storage : Room Temperature (15–30°C).