Glycine is an important amino acid that has a wide range of industrial applications. As an industrial grade product, it is commonly used as a biochemical reagent, and in the production of medicine, feed and food additives, and even in the nitrogen fertilizer industry as a non-toxic decarbonization agent.
The molecular formula of glycine is C2H5NO2, with a molecular weight of 75.07. It is available in various forms, including white monoclinic system or hexagonal crystal, or white crystalline powder. Its physical properties make it easy to handle and use in a variety of industrial processes.