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Anthranilic acid (or o-amino-benzoic acid) is an aromatic acid with the formula C6H4(NH2)(CO2H). The molecule consists of a substituted benzene ring, hence is classed as aromatic, with two adjacent, or "ortho-" functional groups, a carboxylic acid and an amine. The compound is consequently amphoteric. In appearance, anthranilic acid is a white solid when pure, although commercial samples may appear yellow. It is sometimes referred to as vitamin L1 and has a sweetish taste. The anion [C6H4(NH2)(CO2) ], obtained by the deprotonation of anthranilic acid, is called anthranilate.

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Other names

2-Aminobenzoic acid (IUPAC Name); 2-amino-Benzoic acid; aminobenzoic acid; o-amino-Benzoic acid

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