Compound Information 

Name: L-glycylphenylalanine
Formula: C11H14N2O3
Molar Mass: 222.244
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Property Availability 

For this compound, WTT contains critically evaluated recommendations for:

  • Triple point temperature (Crystal 1, Liquid, and Gas)
    1 experimental data points
    • Critical density (Liquid and Gas)
      • Heat capacity at constant pressure (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
        Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K
        • Enthalpy (Ideal Gas) as a function of Temperature
          Temperature from 200 K to 1000 K
          • Enthalpy of formation (Crystal)
            1 experimental data points

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            This web application provides access to a collection of critically evaluated thermodynamic property data for pure compounds with a primary focus on organics. These data were generated through dynamic data analysis, as implemented in the NIST ThermoData Engine software package [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]. Some critically evaluated data from the historical TRC Thermodynamic Tables archive [7, 8] are included, also. As of May 2012, the Professional Edition contains information on 28432 compounds and total of 531486 evaluated data points. The properties covered by both versions (32 total) are described in Properties and Implemented Models.

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