1H-imidazole,hydrochloride, Imidazole Hydrochloride
imidazole is an organic compound belonging to the heterocyclic family, which is characterized by a ring structure made up of three carbon atoms, and two nitrogen atoms that are not in adjacent locations. The simplest of imidazole is its own substance, which has the molecular formula: C3H4N2.
Imidazole first came into existence in 1858. Other imidazole compounds are recognized for a longer time including allantoin (discovered in the year 1800) as well as parabanic acid, which was created in 1837 using uric acid. Histidine, an amino acid, and the product of its decomposition, histamine shares the imidazole structure like biotin, an important growth factor for yeast and humans.
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- Appearance & Physical State – white powder
- Molecular weight – 104.53800
- Smiles – C1=CN=C[NH2+]1.[Cl-]
- Storage Condition – Store at room temperature
- Solubility – H2O: 50 mg/mL, clear, colorless
Safety Information As Per GHS