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It is decomposed by alkalies with the formation of choline and trimethylamine.
From choline it may be separated by recrystallising the mercuric precipitate from hot water.
It is a product of the decomposition of choline, betaine, and neuridine, when these substances are distilled with potash.
An atom of hydrogen from the choline, CH2, group, being replaced by hydroxyl.
Without the choline, lecithin would be a di-fatty acid derivative of glycero-phosphoric acid.The Chemistry of Plant Life|Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher