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The density of the reaction mass of glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride is 1.715 g/cm³ at 20 °C. From this value a relative density of 1.715 at 20°C can be calculated.
The constituent glycyl-L-glutamine has a measured relative density of 1.54 (GLP report 2008-0142-DGP) and the other constituent potassium chloride a literature value of 1.984 (Kirk-Othmer handbook)). A value calculated for the reaction mass of L-alanyl-L-glutamine taking into account the composition of the reaction mass predicts a relative density of approx. 1.586 at 20 °C.

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The substance is a reaction mass of Gly-Gln and KCl. The component Gly-Gln has a measured relative density of 1.54 (GLP report 2008-0142-DGP) and KCl a literature value of 1.984 (Kirk-Othmer handbook). A value calculated for the reaction mass on both components shows a density of 1.586 g/cm³ at 20 °C. We expect that another test would bring no other results.