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Creatine phosphate  N-Phosphocreatine

Creatine phosphate N-Phosphocreatine

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Name:  N-(Phosphonoamidino)-sarcosine

Synonyms:  Creatine phosphate; N-Phosphocreatine

Molecular Structure:  

Molecular Formula:  C4H10N3O5P

Molecular Weight:  211.11

CAS Number:  67-07-2

EINECS:  200-643-9

 

For this reason, you may think that directly taking Creatine Phosphate would be better than just taking Creatine Monohydrate. The fact is - taking a creatine phosphate supplement has never been shown to be more effective than just taking creatine monohydrate. Creatine Phosphate has only 62.3% creatine and 37.7% phosphate. This means that 1 gram only produces 623 milligrams of creatine. In addition, creatine phosphate is more expensive than creatine monohydrate.

Creatine phosphate also popped up soon after creatine monohydrate first hit the supplement market. The creatine phosphate version is made up of a phosphate molecule and a creatine molcule bound together. The bonding of these two molecules normally takes place inside the muscle cell and is something that must take place an order for creatine to be effective at all. Creatine phosphate was very popular when it first came out. However, most bodybuilders found out that it was somewhat less effective than creatine monohydrate.