thiamine hydrochloride


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thiamine hydrochloride

[′thī·ə·mən ¦hī·drə′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
C12H17·ON4S·HCl White, hygroscopic crystals soluble in water, insoluble in ether, with a yeasty aroma and a salty, nutlike taste, decomposes at 247°C; the form in which thiamine is generally employed.
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