Previtamin D3

Previtamin D3

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CASNo = 1173-13-3
PubChem = 5281058
MeSHName = previtamin+D(3)

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Formula = C27H44O
MolarMass = 384.638
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Previtamin D3 is an intermediate in the production of Vitamin D.

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