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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C2H2N2O70.06Furazan"
C3H3NO69.071,3-Oxazole"
C3H3NO69.07Isoxazole"
C3H3NS85.13isothiaazole"
C3H3N381.091,3,5-Triazine"
C3H4N268.09Imidazole"
C3H4N268.09pyrazole"
C4H4N280.1Pyrimidine"
C4H4N280.1Pyrazine"
C4H4N280.1Pyridazine"
C4H4O68.08FuranVapours narcotic; absorbed through skin."
C4H4S84.14ThiopheneFrom coal tar. Used as a solvent, very stable."
C4H5N67.1Pyrrole"
C5H4N4120.13Purine"
C5H4N4S152.196-MercaptopurineAntineoplastic agent."
C5H4O296.09FurfuralInformation."
C5H4O3112.092-Furoic acid"
C5H5N79.11PyridineSolvent, unpleasant smell, in coal tar."
C5H5N5135.15AdenineVitamin B4."
C5H9N3111.17HistaminePotent vasodilator naturally in normal tissues and blood."
C6HCl5O266.322,3,4,5,6-Pentachlorophenolinsecticide, herbicide, wood preservation"
C6H3BrClNO2236.453-Bromo-5-chloro-1-nitrobenzene"
C6H3Br3314.791,3,5-Tribromobenzene"
C6H3ClN2O4202.562-Chloro-1,3-dinitrobenzene"
C6H3Cl3181.441,2,3-Trichlorobenzene"
C6H3FN2O4185.111-Fluoro-2,4-dinitrobenzeneused in peptide analysis to label the terminal 'N'"
C6H3N3O4181.122,4-Dinitroanilineused in azo dye synthesis"
C6H3N3O6213.121,3,5-Trinitrobenzeneexplosive, less sensitive but more powerful than TNT"
C6H3N3O6213.121,2,4-Trinitrobenzene"
C6H3N3O7229.12Picric acidexplosive - care!"
C6H4BrCl191.451-Bromo-4-chlorobenzene,
p-bromochlorobenzene
"
C6H4BrCl191.451-Bromo-2-chlorobenzene,
o-bromochlorobenzene
"
C6H4BrCl191.451-Bromo-3-chlorobenzene,
m-bromochlorobenzene
"
C6H4BrClO3S271.513-Bromo-5-chlorobenzenesulphonic acid"
C6H4BrI282.911-Bromo-3-iodobenzene, m-Bromoiodobenzene"
C6H4Br2235.91,3-Dibromobenzene, m-Dibromobenzene"
C6H4Br2235.91,2-Dibromobenzene,
o-dibromobenzene
"
C6H4Br2235.91,4-Dibromobenzene,
p-dibromobenzene
"
C6H4ClNO2157.562-Chloronitrobenzene"
C6H4Cl21471,2-Dichlorobenzene, o-Dichlorobenzene"
C6H4Cl21471,3-Dichlorobenzene,
m-dichlorobenzene
"
C6H4Cl21471,4-Dichlorobenzene,
p-dichlorobenzene
"
C6H4Cl2O1632,4-DichlorophenolUsed in the synthesis of 2,4-D."
C6H4INO2249.024-Iodo-1-nitrobenzene"
C6H4I2329.921,2-Diiodobenzene,
o-diiodobenzene
"
C6H4I2329.921,3-Diiodobenzene,
m-diiodobenzene
"
C6H4I2329.921,4-Diiodobenzene,
p-diiodobenzene
"
C6H4N2O4168.121,3-Dinitrobenzene, m-Dinitrobenzene"
C6H4N2O5184.122,4-DinitrophenolpKa = 4.1
Highly toxic, absorbed through intact skin."
C6H5Br157.01Bromobenzene"
C6H5Cl112.56Chlorobenzene"
C6H5F2N127.122,4-Difluoroaniline"
C6H5I204.02Iodobenzene"
C6H5NO2123.12Nitrobenzenerapidly absorbed through skin"
C6H678.12Benzene"
C6H6N2O122.14NiacinamideVitamin B3."
C6H6N2O2138.144-NitroanilineHighly toxic, absorbed through the skin."
C6H6O94.12Phenolgeneral disinfectant"
C6H6O2110.12Hydroquinoneused in photography"
C6H6O3S158.18Benzenesulphonic acid"
C6H7N93.14Aniline"
C6H7NO109.144-Aminophenol"
C6H7NO109.143-Aminophenol"
C6H8N2O2S172.22SulfanilamideAntibacterial."
C7HCl5O2294.33Pentachlorobenzoic acid"
C7H3Br3O2358.82,4,6-Tribromobenzoic acid"
C7H5Br3328.823,4,5-Tribromotoluene"
C7H5ClO140.57Benzoyl chloride"
C7H5IO2248.033-Iodobenzoic acid"
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>"
C7H5NO4167.132-Nitrobenzoic acid"
C7H5NO4167.134-Nitrobenzoic acid"
C7H5N3O6227.152,4,6-Trinitrotoluene, TNTExplosive
toxicity"
C7H6Br2249.932,4-Dibromotoluene"
C7H6ClI252.493-Chloro-5-iodotoluene"
C7H6O106.13Benzaldehydefrom bitter almonds, used in perfumery and as a flavour"
C7H6O2122.13Benzoic acidfound in gum benzoin and in most berries, salts used as preservative"
C7H6O2122.132-HydroxybenzaldehydeSalicylaldehyde. Used in perfumery"
C7H6O2122.134-HydroxybenzaldehydeSmall amounts found in many plants."
C7H6O4154.133,4,5-Trihydroxybenzaldehyde"
C7H6O5170.133,4,5-Trihydroxybenzoic acidGallic acid: found in gallnuts, sumach, tea leaves, oak bark, and many other plants, both in its free state and as part of the tannin molecule"
C7H7Br171.043-Bromotoluene, m-Bromotoluene"
C7H7Cl126.592-Chlorotolueneortho"
C7H7Cl126.594-Chlorotoluenepara"
C7H7NO121.15Benzamide"
C7H7NO2137.153-Aminobenzoic acid"
C7H7NO2137.152-Aminobenzoic acidvitamin L1, anthranilic acid"
C7H7NO2137.154-Aminobenzoic acidPABA. Sometimes used in sun screen lotions."
C7H892.15Toluenefrom tar oil"
C7H8ClN3O4S2297.75HydrochlorothiazideIncluded in 'Dyazide' with triamterene.
WWW reference."
C7H8NO122.162-Aminobenzaldehyde"
C7H8O108.15Anisoleperfumery"
C7H8O108.15Benzyl alcohol, phenylmethanolfound in jasmine, hyacinth oils, plus others"
C7H8O108.15o-Cresoldisinfectant"
C7H8O108.15p-Cresoldisinfectant"
C7H8O108.15m-CresolUsed in disinfectants, photography and as an explosive."
C7H9N107.17p-Toluidine"
C7H9NO123.174-Methoxyaniline"
C8H5Cl3O2239.482,3,6-Trichlorophenylethanoic acidFenac, a herbicide.
Information"
C8H6I2O2387.96Methyl 2,6-diiodobenzoate"
C8H6N2O5210.163,5-Dinitroacetophenone"
C8H6O3150.14PiperonalUsed in cherry and vanilla flavours, and in perfumery."
C8H6O4166.14Phthalic acid"
C8H6O4166.14Isophthalic acidm-Phthalic acid."
C8H6O4166.14Terephthalic acidp-Phthalic acid."
C8H7ClO154.63-Toluyl chloride"
C8H7N117.16IndoleUsed in perfumary (pleasant smell when diluted.)"
C8H7NO4181.16Methyl 4-nitrobenzoate"
C8H8104.16StyreneInformation.
Monomer of polystyrene
Using polystyrene: pros, and cons."
C8H8Cl2O191.062,4-Dichloro-3,5-dimethylphenolMold inhibitor, preservative."
C8H8N2O3180.184-Nitroacetanilide"
C8H8O120.16Acetophenoneimparts orange-blossom-like odour in perfumery"
C8H8O2136.164-Methoxybenzaldehyde"
C8H8O2136.16Methyl benzoateused in perfumery"
C8H8O2136.16Phenyl ethanoate"
C8H8O2136.163-Toluic acid"
C8H8O2136.164-Methoxybenzaldehyde,
p-anisaldehyde
"
C8H8O3152.16Vanillinflavouring agent : vanilla"
C8H8O3152.16Methyl salicylateIn oil of wintergreen."
C8H8O3152.164-Methoxybenzoic acid,
p-anisic acid
"
C8H9BrO2217.075-Bromo-1,3-dimethoxybenzene"
C8H9ClO156.624-Chloro-3,5-dimethylphenolChloroxylenol, active ingredient (4.8%) in Dettol."
C8H9NO135.18Ethananilide, Acetanilide"
C8H9NO2151.18Acetaminophen, Tylenolanalgesic, antipyretic"
C8H10106.18Ethylbenzene"
C8H10106.18o-Xylene"
C8H10106.18m-Xylene"
C8H10106.18p-Xylene"
C8H10NO2152.19Methyl anthranilategrape aroma"
C8H10O122.18Ethoxybenzene"
C8H11NO2153.2DopamineNeurotransmitter. A deficiency is associated with Parkinson disease"
C9H6O2146.15CoumarinFound in tonka beans, lavender oil and sweet clover"
C9H6O3162.15UmbelliferoneIn some sun screen lotions/creams"
C9H7N129.17QuinolineOccurs in coal tar. Used in manufacturing dyes, as a preservative and as a solvent."
C9H7NO3177.174-Nitro-3-vinylbenzaldehyde"
C9H8NO3178.184-Ethyl-2-nitrobenzaldehyde"
C9H8O132.17CinnamaldehydeIn cinnamon oils"
C9H8O4180.17Acetylsalicylic Acidaspirin, asa
analgesic, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory information
The Aspirin story"
C9H9NO147.19(E)-Cinnamamide"
C9H9NO3179.19AdrenochromeDecomposition product of epinephrine (adrenaline). Adrenochrome is an hallucinogen which also inhibits nerve cell transmission."
C9H10118.191-Phenylpropene"
C9H10118.193-Phenylpropene"
C9H10NO5212.25-Ethoxy-3-nitrobenzoic acid"
C9H10O134.19Cinnamyl alcoholOdour of hyacinth; occurs as esters in cinnamon leaves and hyacinth oil; used in perfumary and as a deodorant."
C9H10O2150.19Benzylyl ethanoatepeach aroma"
C9H10O2150.19Ethyl benzoate'Essence de Niobe in perfumery, artificial fruit flavour"
C9H11NO2165.21BenzocaineA topical anesthetic"
C9H11NO3181.21TyrosineL- (S) enantiomer is naturally occuring amino acid."
C9H12120.21Cumeneisopropylbenzene"
C9H12120.21Mesitylene"
C9H13N135.23Amphetamine,
(benzedrene)
Stimulant, information.,
drug abuse facts."
C9H13NO151.23(S)-N-Methylphenylethanolamine"
C9H13NO2167.23(S)-Phenylephrine"
C9H13NO3183.23Epinephrine, adrenalinHormone secreted by the adrenal medulla. One use is as a bronchdilator - antiasthma"
C10H6O3174.16JugloneColouring matter. Isolated from walnut shells"
C10H8128.18NaphthaleneMajor single component of coal tar."
C10H8128.18AzuleneIntensely blue crystals."
C10H8O144.182-Naphthol"
C10H10Fe186.05FerroceneOrganometallic 'sandwich'"
C10H10O2162.2SafroleConstitutes 75% of sassafras oil."
C10H11NO2177.22TuberinAntitubercular antibiotic from Streptomyces amakusaensis."
C10H12N2O176.24SerotoninVasoactive amine."
C10H12O148.224-Phenylbutan-2-one"
C10H12O2164.22Ethyl phenylethanoatehoney aroma"
C10H12O2164.22EugenolUsed in perfumery and as an insect attractant! Also as an analgesic in dentistry."
C10H12O2164.22IsoeugenolOccurs in ylang-ylang and other essential oils; used in the manufacture of vanillin"
C10H14134.24t-Butylbenzene"
C10H14134.24But-1-ylbenzene"
C10H14134.24m-Cymene"
C10H14134.241,4-Diethylbenzenep-Diethylbenzene."
C10H14134.24Thymolfrom oil of thyme, a topical antiseptic"
C10H14NO5PS291.28ParathionInsecticide, acaricide. Highly toxic"
C10H14N2162.26Nicotineinsecticide"
C11H8N2O3S248.27LuciferinIsolated from the American firefly. 15,000 fireflies gives 9 mg.
Simple description plus other refs"
C11H12NO174.24Butananilide"
C11H14O2178.255-Phenylpentanoic acid"
C11H15NO2193.27Isobutyl 4-aminobenzoateTopical anaesthetic and sunscreen"
C11H16O2180.272-t-Butyl-4-methoxyphenolAntioxidant used in packaged foods."
C11H16O3S228.33(R)-2-Butyl p-toluenesulphonate"
C11H17NO3211.29MescalineHallucinogen from peyote.
"
C12H9N3O4259.24MagnesonGives bright blue colour with Mg, and red-violet with Mo."
C12H10154.22Acenaphthenein coal tar"
C12H10154.22Biphenyl"
C12H10154.22AcenaphtheneOccurs in caol tar."
C12H11N7253.3TriamtereneDyazide, a diuretic.
WWW description
or here"
C12H13N5O2S291.36ProntosilFirst sulfa drug."
C12H16160.28Cyclohexylbenzenechair, equatorial conformation depicted"
C12H16O176.281-Phenylhexan-1-one"
C12H17NO191.3N,N-Diethyl-3-toluamideDEET, insect repellent, irritant to eyes."
C12H18Cl2N4OS337.3ThiamineVitamin B1. Model does not show the two chloride ions."
C12H19O2S3291.49SulprofosInsecticide"
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"
C13H10O182.23Benzophenonefixative for perfumes"
C13H18O2206.31IbuprofenAdvil, Motrim: anti-inflammatory.
drug database
also here."
C13H20N2O2236.35Procaine, NovocaineA local anesthetic"
C13H20O192.333-Phenoxyheptane"
C13H21NO3239.35Albuterol(Proventil) A bronchodilator.
WWW reference."
C13H21N3O235.37ProcainamideA cardiac depressant and local anesthetic, used as an antiarrhythmic"
C14H6N4O12422.24Di-2,4-dinitrophenyl oxalate"
C14H8O2208.22Anthraquinone"
C14H8O4240.22Alizarinroot of the madder plant"
C14H8O4240.22(M)-2-(2'-Carboxy-6'-nitrophenyl)
-3-nitrobenzoic acid
Chiral because the groups on the benzene ring cannot pass each other. Called: atropisomerism"
C14H8O4240.22(P)-2-(2'-Carboxy-6'-nitrophenyl)
-3-nitrobenzoic acid
Chiral because the groups on the benzene ring cannot pass each other. Called: atropisomerism"
C14H9Cl5354.48DDTContact insecticide"
C14H10178.24AnthracenePresent in coal tar."
C14H10178.24PhenanthreneOccurs in coal tar."
C14H10O194.24Anthranol"
C14H10O2210.24Benzil"
C14H12180.26trans-Stilbene"
C14H12180.26cis-Stilbene"
C14H12180.26(1R,2S)-1,2-Dibromo-1,2-diphenylethaneThe meso stereoisomer."
C14H12O3228.26Hydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenoneOxybenzone. Used in sunscreen lotions,
effectiveness of sun screen lotions."
C14H14182.2814-Annulenenon-planar, so not aromatic"
C14H14N3O3S304.37Methyl orangeAnion modeled. Indicator in acid-base titrations."
C14H14O3230.28(S)-NaproxenNaproxen is a chiral, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug with analgesic and antipyretic properties.
Information"
C14H15NO7309.3LaetrileRise and fall of Laetrile."
C14H15N3225.32Butter yellowOnce used to colour margarine."
C14H18N2O5294.34AspartameNutrasweet, a synthetic, non-nutrative sweetener"
C14H18O4250.322-Ethoxyethyl
trans-4-methoxycinnamate
Used in sun screen lotions."
C14H18O8314.32Vanillin beta-D-glucoside"
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."
C15H11I4NO4776.91Levothyroxineas sodium salt: Synthroid, for treatment of hyperthyroidism.
Thyroid desease references"
C15H14194.29(E)-1,2-Diphenylpropene"
C15H14194.29(Z)-1,2-Diphenylpropene"
C15H14ClN3O4S367.83CefaclorCeclor, an semisynthetic antibiotic.
WWW guide to cephalosporins
also : How to take cephalosporins"
C15H17BrN2305.24DimetappAntihistamine. R enantiomer shown.
Information
More information"
C15H21NO2247.37DemerolNarcotic analgesic, similar in action to morphine.
Information"
C15H24O220.392,6-Di-t-butyl-4-methylphenolAntioxidant for use with packaged foods."
C16H8Br2N2O2420.06Tyrian purple6,6'-dibromoindigo. Prepared from sea snails found near the city of Tyre in very low yield (10,000 snails gave 1 g of dye) and so very expensive and historically available only to royalty."
C16H8N2O8S2420.38IndigotineRoyal blue food colouring (dianion).
Information"
C16H9N4O9S2465.41Tartrazine
Yellow #5
Lemon yellow food colouring (trianion).
Information."
C16H10202.26PyreneOccurs in coal tar."
C16H10N2O7S2406.4Sunset yellow
Yellow #6
Orange colour for use in foods and drugs.
Information."
C16H11N3O3293.3Para redAzo dye used on cotton"
C16H13ClN2O284.76ValiumDiazepam, a synthetic tranquilizer and muscle relaxant. May be addictive
drug monograph"
C16H18N2O4S334.42Penicillin G"
C16H18N2O6334.36NifedipineAntianginal; antihypertensive.
WWW reference."
C16H19N3O5S365.44AmoxicillinAmoxil, an semisynthetic antibiotic related to penicillin.
WWW description"
C16H20I3N3O8763.12Iopromide(all chiral centres R) a radiographic contrast medium."
C16H21NO2259.38(S)-Propranolol(-)-Propranolol, a beta blocker for heart disease.
Information"
C16H21NO2259.38(R)-Propranolol(+)-Propranolol, acts as a contraceptive."
C16H24N2O2276.42MolindoneAntipsychotic drug (S enantiomer modelled)."
C16H25NO2263.42TramadolAnalegsic.
Model shown is the trans (R,R) sterioisomer.
Information
More information
Crystals"
C16H26218.42(S)-3-Phenyldecane"
C17H13ClN4308.79AlprazolamXanax, antianxiety, may be addictive.
WWW description"
C17H18F3NO306.36Prozac(Fluoxetine). An antidepressant.
WWW reference."
C17H18N2250.37Troger's basechirality due to tetrahedral nitrogen in such a molecular position that it cannot invert"
C17H19NO3285.37MorphineMost important alkaloid of opium, a narcotic analgesic. Addictive.
Sulfate medication"
C17H19NO3285.37Piperinecompound in black pepper which causes sneezing;
synthesis: JChemEd,72, A26 (1995)"
C17H20N2S284.45(S)-PromethazinePhenothiazine-type antihistamine used predominantly as an antiemetic or to prevent motion sickness.
Reference
S enantiomer modelled, though the drug is used as a racemic mixture."
C17H21NO255.39Diphenhydramine
Benadryl
Antihistamine
Information"
C17H21NO4303.39Cocainea local anesthetic from leaves of Erythroxylon coca, a bush in the Andes"
C17H22I3N3O8777.15Iopamidola radiographic contrast medium"
C17H22O5S338.45PremarinModel is of the sulphonic acid, premarin contains the sodium salt of this acid as major component.
WWW reference.
Isolated from the urine of pregnant mares, there is some controversy over its isolation"
C18H10O2258.28Phenyl benzoate"
C18H12228.3TetraceneNaphthacene; occurs in coal tar. Orange crystals."
C18H12228.3Tetraphene"
C18H12228.3Benzo[c]phenanthrene"
C18H12228.3TriphenyleneOccurs in coal tar."
C18H12228.3ChryseneOccurs in coal tar."
C18H12N2O2288.32XanthocillinAntibiotic used in some feed supplements. Contains the isonitrile (-NC) group."
C18H14N2O8S2450.46Allura red
Red #40
Colour for use in foods and drugs. Dianion is modelled.
Information"
C18H16N2O3308.36Citrus redUsed to colour orange skins!"
C18H18234.3618-Annulene (planar)planar, but not quite minimum energy"
C18H18234.3618-Annulene (energy minimized)not quite planar"
C18H19ClN4326.86ClozapineAntipsychotic drug.
Information
more.."
C18H21NO3299.4CodeineInhibits the cough reflex"
C18H24O2272.42EstradiolMost potent mammalian estrogenic (female sex) hormone"
C18H25NO271.44DextromethorphanActive ingredient in most cough medicines"
C18H25NO271.44Levomethorphan"
C18H27NO3305.46CapsaicinIsolated from paprika and cayenne. Burning taste, can be detected to the dilution of 1 part in 100 000!"
C19H12O6336.31DicoumarolIn spoiled sweet clover, used as an anticoagulant."
C19H14O3290.33AurinDeep red metallic crystals"
C19H16O260.35Triphenylmethanol"
C19H16O4308.35WarfarinRodenticide and anticoagulant (as Na salt)"
C19H19N7O6441.45Folic acid (folate)Vitamin"
C19H26I3N3O9821.21Iohexol(all chiral centres R) a radiographic contrast medium"
C19H27NO285.47PentazocineUsed in obstetrics to dull the pain of labour"
C20H6I4O5833.9Erythrosine
Red #3
Cherry red food colouring (dianion).
Information"
C20H10250.3CorranuleneNon-planar, like a skull cap."
C20H12252.32Benzo[a]pyreneFound in coal tar, possible carcinogen."
C20H12252.32PeryleneOccurs in coal tar."
C20H22N8O5454.5MethotrexateBlocks the effect of folic acid (q.v.)
Information"
C20H24N2O2324.46Quinineantimalarial drug isolated from cinchona bark"
C20H25N3O323.48LSDlysergic acid, diethylamide, a potent hallucinogen"
C20H28N2O5376.5Enalapril(Vasotec). An antihypertensive.
WWW reference."
C21H20N3314.44Ethidium ionUse: biological staining.
Health and safety info."
C21H22N2O2334.45StrychnineExtremely poisonous.
Nux Vomica"
C21H23ClFNO2374.9HaloperidolAntipsychotic properties."
C21H23NO5369.45HeroinAcetylated morphine, highly addictive, banned substance. Dogs are trained to detect the acetic acid odour from its synthesis."
C21H27NO309.49MethadoneNarcotic analgesic, similar in action to morphine.
Information"
C21H36O2320.573-Pentadecylcatecholconstituent of the irritant oil of poison ivy.
other sites:poison ivy
poison ivy
poison ivy
poison oak"
C22H14278.36PentaceneDeep blue needles."
C22H14278.36Pentaphene"
C22H14278.36Dienzo[c,g]phenanthrene"
C22H14278.36PiceneOccurs in soft coal tar oils."
C22H19Br2NO3505.22DeltamethrinA pyrethrin insecticide
"
C22H22FN3O2378.47DroperidolTranquilizer. Information."
C22H26N2O4S414.56DiltiazemCardizem, a calcium channel blocker and coronary vasodilator.
WWW description"
C22H29NO2339.52DarvonNarcotic analgesic, similar in action to morphine.
Information"
C23H26N2O4394.51BrucineHighly toxic, like strychnine"
C23H29N3O2S2443.67cis-ThiothixeneAntipsychotic drug; cis form has greater activity than trans."
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"
C24H12300.36Coronene"
C25H33NO4411.59Etorphine2000 times more potent than morphine, not safe for human use but used to tranquilize elephants!"
C26H16328.42Hexahelicenechiral because of screw-like structure imposed by non-superimposable benzene rings"
C26H16328.42Hexahelicenechiral because of screw-like structure imposed by non-superimposable benzene rings"
C26H16328.42Hexaphene"
C29H35NO2429.65MefepristoneRU-486, the 'morning after' contraceptive.
Web resources."
C29H50O2430.79Vitamin EFound in wheat germ, corn, sunflower seeds, soybean oils, etc. Used as an antioxidant in vegetable oils."
C30H18378.48Trinaphthalene"
C32H14398.46Ovalene"
C32H41NO2471.74Terfenadine (R enantiomer)Seldane, an antihistamine.
Histamine, antihistamine information
or Histamine, antihistamine information"
C33H40N2O9608.75ReserpineTranquilizer and antihypertensive."
C34H32FeN4O4616.55HemeIn hemoglobin in the blood."
C35H44I6N6O151550.31Iodixanol(all chiral centres R) a radiographic contrast medium"
C36H47N5O4613.88Indinavir
or Crixivan
Antiviral drug used against HIV/AIDS.
Information."
C37H34N2O9S3746.91Brilliant blue FCFBright blue food colouring (dianion).
Information."
C37H34N2O10S3762.91Fast green FCFSea green food colouring (dianion).
Information."
C48H24600.72Kekulenea hexagon of benzenes"
C58H32728.9TetradecaheliceneA spiral molecule."
C60720.6BuckminsterfullereneBucky ball molecule, found in soot."
C63H88CoN14O14P1355.55Vitamin B12Synthesized 1972, Woodward et al."
Number of entries in table : 326

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