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Химическая структура
Масса 118,027 м.а.б.[1]
Бәйле нигез succinate(1-)[d]
Химик фурмула C₄H₆O₄[1]
SMILES фурмуласы C(CC(=O)O)C(=O)O[1]
Эрү температурасы 187 °C[2]
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Гәрәбә әчелеге (НООС-СН2-СН2-СООН) - ак кристаллар; тозлары һәм эфирлары сукцинатлар дип атала. Аз күләмдә гәрәбә, көрән күмер һ.б.н. эчендә бар. Синтетик сулмалаларны алу өчен, органик синтезда кулланыла.

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