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The acid succinic acid has the formula:
At room temperature, pure succinic acid is a solid that forms colorless, odorless prisms. It has a melting point of 185 °C and a boiling point of 235 °C. The acid is combustible and corrosive, capable of causing burns.
succinate + FAD → maleate + FADH2
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