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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
CH3NO45.05Methanamide, Formamide"
CH4N2O60.07UreaFertilizer, animal feed.
Information."
C2H2Cl3NO162.42,2,2-Trichloroethanamide"
C2H5NO59.08Ethanamide,
Acetamide
Information."
C3H5NO71.09AcrylamideHighly toxic, absorbed through unbroken skin"
C3H5NO3103.093-Hydroxy-2-oxopropanamide"
C3H7NO73.11N,N-Dimethylmethanamide, DMF"
C4H4BrNO2177.99N-BromosuccinimideBrominating agent."
C4H9NO87.14Butanamide"
C5H9NO2115.153-Oxopentanamide"
C5H11NO101.17Pentanamide"
C5H11NO101.17(R)-2-Methylbutanamide"
C5H11NO101.17(S)-2-Methylbutanamide"
C5H11NO2117.175-Hydroxypentanamide"
C5H12N2O116.195-Aminopentanamide"
C6H6N2O122.14NiacinamideVitamin B3."
C6H10N2O2142.18PiracetamNootropic ('smart') drug.
Information"
C6H11NO113.18(Z)-Hex-3-enamide"
C6H13NO115.2N-Ethyl-N-methylpropanamide"
C6H13NO115.2Hexanamide"
C6H13NO115.2N-Methylpentanamide"
C7H5NO3S183.19Saccharin500 times as sweet as sugar; bitter after-taste
Used in US but not used in foods in Canada, saccharin has now been dropped from the US list of cancer-causing chemicals>"
C7H7NO121.15Benzamide"
C7H13NO127.21(E)-Hept-2-enamide"
C8H8N2O3180.184-Nitroacetanilide"
C8H9NO135.18Ethananilide, Acetanilide"
C8H9NO2151.18Acetaminophen, Tylenolanalgesic, antipyretic"
C8H10N4O2194.22Caffeinein tea, coffee, cola nuts
gif image
caffeine faq,
caffeine archive,
chem info,
drug info,
Caffeine content in beverages, foods, drugs,
Laboratory extraction of caffeine from tea"
C9H9NO147.19(E)-Cinnamamide"
C9H10O2150.19Ethyl benzoate'Essence de Niobe in perfumery, artificial fruit flavour"
C9H13NO151.23Acacia lactamS enantiomer modelled."
C9H17N7O4287.33Saxitoxinfrom dinoflagellates, which include Alexandrium tamarense, Gymnodinium catenatum, and Pyrodinium bahamense cause of 'red tide'.
Saxitoxin"
C10H11NO2177.22TuberinAntitubercular antibiotic from Streptomyces amakusaensis."
C10H17N3O6S307.36GlutathioneMajor small sulphur-containing molecule in living plants and animals.
Information
Biochemical roles."
C10H21NO171.32N,N-Diisopropyl-2-methylpropanamide"
C10H21NO171.323-Ethyl-6-methylheptanamide"
C11H12NO174.24Butananilide"
C12H17NO191.3N,N-Diethyl-3-toluamideDEET, insect repellent, irritant to eyes."
C12H25NO199.38N,N,4-Triethylhexanamide"
C13H10N2O2226.25(R)-ThalidomideThis enantiomer probably has no teratogenic effects.
New uses for thalidomide."
C13H10N2O2226.25(S)-ThalidomideThis enantiomer has teratogenic effects, causing a wide variety of birth defects when taken by women in the first trimester"
C13H21N3O235.37ProcainamideA cardiac depressant and local anesthetic, used as an antiarrhythmic"
C13H27NO213.415-Ethyl-N-methyl-N-propylheptanamide"
C14H18N2O5294.34AspartameNutrasweet, a synthetic, non-nutrative sweetener"
C14H22N2O234.38Lidocaine, XylocaineAn injectable local anesthetic"
C14H22N2O3266.38TenorminS enantiomer modelled. Drug used in the treatment of high blood pressure, angina pectoris and heart attack.
WWW reference."
C15H14ClN3O4S367.83CefaclorCeclor, an semisynthetic antibiotic.
WWW guide to cephalosporins
also : How to take cephalosporins"
C16H13ClN2O284.76ValiumDiazepam, a synthetic tranquilizer and muscle relaxant. May be addictive
drug monograph"
C16H18N2O4S334.42Penicillin G"
C16H19N3O5S365.44AmoxicillinAmoxil, an semisynthetic antibiotic related to penicillin.
WWW description"
C16H20I3N3O8763.12Iopromide(all chiral centres R) a radiographic contrast medium."
C17H19NO3285.37Piperinecompound in black pepper which causes sneezing;
synthesis: JChemEd,72, A26 (1995)"
C17H22I3N3O8777.15Iopamidola radiographic contrast medium"
C18H27NO3305.46CapsaicinIsolated from paprika and cayenne. Burning taste, can be detected to the dilution of 1 part in 100 000!"
C19H19N7O6441.45Folic acid (folate)Vitamin"
C19H26I3N3O9821.21Iohexol(all chiral centres R) a radiographic contrast medium"
C20H22N8O5454.5MethotrexateBlocks the effect of folic acid (q.v.)
Information"
C20H28N2O5376.5Enalapril(Vasotec). An antihypertensive.
WWW reference."
C21H22N2O2334.45StrychnineExtremely poisonous.
Nux Vomica"
C22H26N2O4S414.56DiltiazemCardizem, a calcium channel blocker and coronary vasodilator.
WWW description"
C22H37NO331.6AnandamideChocoholics amide, ethanolamide of arachidonic acid."
C23H26N2O4394.51BrucineHighly toxic, like strychnine"
C23H30N6O4S486.65ViagraDrug design by Dr DE Walters who kindly provided the original file.
Pfizer's viagra site
Evaluation."
C23H32N2O5416.57Altace
Remipril
Antihypertensive
Web site
More information
Crystals photograph"
C35H44I6N6O151550.31Iodixanol(all chiral centres R) a radiographic contrast medium"
C36H47N5O4613.88Indinavir
or Crixivan
Antiviral drug used against HIV/AIDS.
Information."
C63H88CoN14O14P1355.55Vitamin B12Synthesized 1972, Woodward et al."
Number of entries in table : 67

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