The cation form of lysine, either lysinium (+1) or lysinium (+2).
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It is relevant to note that similar experiments performed with respect to organic cations lysinium [(N[H.sub.3]CH(COOH)[(C[H.sub.2]).sub.4]N[H.sub.3]).sup.2+] or 1,4- diammoniumcyclohexane [C.sub.6][H.sub.10][(N[H.sub.3]).sub.2.sup.2+] (1,4-dach[H.sub.2.sup.2+]) in the similar range of crystallization conditions have revealed only one distinctive crystalline phase [1].