Fumaric Acid CAS:110-17-8

Fumaric acid CAS:110-17-8, also known as trans-Butenedioic acid, is a colorless and flammable crystal. It tastes like fruit and can be found in Corydalis, Boletus, lichen and Icelandic seaweed. White crystal or powder, soluble in water, ethanol, slightly soluble in cold water, ether, benzene, soluble in hot water.
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Structure of fumaric acid

Name: Fumaric acid

Other name: Butenedioic acid, (E)-; Butenedioic acid; E-2-Butenedioic acid; (2E)-2-Butenedioic acid; trans-Butenedioic acid; trans-but-2-enedioic acid; trans-1,2-Ethylenedicarboxylic Acid

CAS:110-17-8

EINECS: 203-743-0

MF:C4H4O4

MW:116.07

Appearance: White crystal powder

MP:298-300oC (subl.)(lit.)

Purity: 98%min.

Package: 1Kg, 25Kg

Applications: Organic intermediate

Specifications of Fumaric acid

Fumaric acid CAS:110-17-8, also known as trans-Butenedioic acid, is a colorless and flammable crystal. It tastes like fruit and can be found in Corydalis, Boletus, lichen and Icelandic seaweed. White crystal or powder, soluble in water, ethanol, slightly soluble in cold water, ether, benzene, soluble in hot water.

  Fumaric acid CAS:110-17-8, is Fumaric acid is a butenedioic acid in which the C=C double bond has E geometry. It is an intermediate metabolite in the citric acid cycle. It has a role as a food acidity regulator and a fundamental metabolite. It is a conjugate acid of a fumarate(1-).

  Fumaric acid CAS:110-17-8, is a naturally occurring metabolite, which is found in the tri-carboxylate cycle (Krebs cycle), and is composed of a reactive double bond available for chemically crosslinking reactions.


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