L-Proline homopolymer

Product Information

Molecular Formula:
(C5H9NO2)x
Molecular Weight:
115.13 (monomer)
Description
Proline is an alpha-amino acid that is pyrrolidine bearing a carboxy substituent at position 2. It has a role as a human metabolite and a Daphnia magna metabolite. It is an alpha-amino acid and a member of pyrrolidines. It is a conjugate base of a prolinium. It is a conjugate acid of a prolinate.
Synonyms
L-Proline, homopolymer; Proline, L-, peptides; 1,2-Pyrrolidinedicarboxylic anhydride, L-, polymers; L-Proline polymer; Poly(L-proline); Polyproline; Proline homopolymer
Flash Point
Not applicable
Purity
95%
Appearance
White fluffy solid
Storage
Store at -20°C

Computed Properties

XLogP3
-2.5
Hydrogen Bond Donor Count
2
Hydrogen Bond Acceptor Count
3
Rotatable Bond Count
1
Exact Mass
115.063328530 g/mol
Monoisotopic Mass
115.063328530 g/mol
Topological Polar Surface Area
49.3Ų
Heavy Atom Count
8
Formal Charge
0
Complexity
103
Isotope Atom Count
0
Defined Atom Stereocenter Count
0
Undefined Atom Stereocenter Count
1
Defined Bond Stereocenter Count
0
Undefined Bond Stereocenter Count
0
Covalently-Bonded Unit Count
1
Compound Is Canonicalized
Yes

Patents

Publication Number Title Priority Date
US-2016031879-A1 Novel indolizine derivatives and their use in neurodegenerative diseases 2014-07-31
WO-2015086496-A1 Triazolopyridine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086498-A1 Tetrahydroimidazopyridine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086499-A1 Imidazopyrimidine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086501-A1 Imidazopyridazine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086502-A1 Pyrazolopyridine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086503-A1 Imidazotriazine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086504-A1 Imidazothiazole derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086505-A1 Purine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09
WO-2015086507-A1 Imidazopyridine derivatives as modulators of tnf activity 2013-12-09

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23068764 2012-11-23 Poly-proline-based chiral stationary phases: a molecular dynamics study of triproline, tetraproline, pentaproline and hexaproline interfaces Journal of chromatography. A
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The molarity calculator equation

Mass (g) = Concentration (mol/L) × Volume (L) × Molecular Weight (g/mol)

The dilution calculator equation

Concentration (start) × Volume (start) = Concentration (final) × Volume (final)

This equation is commonly abbreviated as: C1V1 = C2V2

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