L-Aspartic Acid 98.5-101.5% USP, FCC


Aspartic is an α-amino acid

L-Aspartic acid plays a vital role in energy production. It is one of the components necessary to move high-energy NADH molecules from the main body of a cell to its mitochondria, or primary energy-production areas. Once there, the NADH is used to generate ATP, the energy fuel that powers all the cell’s activities. Besides helping with energy production, L-Aspartic acid is a major excitatory neurotransmitter.

Minimum Assay: 98.5-101.5%
Molecular Formula: C4H7NO4 
Molecular Weight: 133.10
Melting Point: >300°C
Specific Rotation [0]D20: 24.8 – 25.8 deg C
pH: 2.5-3.5
Chroatographic Purity (per USP): Meet requirements
Chloride (Cl): <0.02%
Silphate (SO4): <0.02%
Ammonium (NH4) (salt): <0.02%
Heavy Metals (as Pb): <10ppm
Arsenic (As): <1ppm
Loss on drying: <0.2%
Residual Solvents: Conforms
Residue on Ignition: <0.1%
Lead (as Pb): <5ppm
Iron (fe): <0.001%


Coliforms: <30cfu/g
Total Plate Count: <1000cfu/g
Yeasts: <100cfu/g
Moulds: <100cfu/g
Staphylococcus Aureus: negative/10g
Salmonella: negative/375g
Escherichia Coli: <30cfu/g

Hazard Phrases: Not considered harmful under normal laboratory conditions

Cas No: 56-84-8
Einecs No: 200-291-6


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