- Fasoracetam is (N-(5-Oxo-D-prolyl)piperidine) (ref)*
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Fasoracetam Chemical Properties
- Molecular formula: C10H16N2O2
- Molar mass: 25 g/mol
- CAS number: 110958-19-5 (1)
- Also known as: NS-105 (1)
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