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succinylcholine chloride[¦sək·sən·əl′kō‚lēn ′klȯr‚īd]
[Cl(CH3)3N-(CH2)2OOCH2]2·2H2O Water-soluble white crystals with a bitter taste, melts at 162°C; used in medicine.
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