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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C10H12132.22Basketane"
C7H6O106.13Benzaldehydefrom bitter almonds, used in perfumery and as a flavour"
C7H7NO121.15Benzamide"
C6H678.12Benzene"
C6H6O3S158.18Benzenesulphonic acid"
C14H10O2210.24Benzil"
C20H12252.32Benzo[a]pyreneFound in coal tar, possible carcinogen."
C18H12228.3Benzo[c]phenanthrene"
C9H11NO2165.21BenzocaineA topical anesthetic"
C7H6O2122.13Benzoic acidfound in gum benzoin and in most berries, salts used as preservative"
C13H10O182.23Benzophenonefixative for perfumes"
C7H5ClO140.57Benzoyl chloride"
C7H8O108.15Benzyl alcohol, phenylmethanolfound in jasmine, hyacinth oils, plus others"
C9H10O2150.19Benzylyl ethanoatepeach aroma"
BeH211.03Beryllium hydride"
C5H868.13Bicyclo[1.1.1]pentane"
C6H1082.16Bicyclo[2.1.1]hexane"
C7H10O110.17Bicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2-one"
C8H14110.22Bicyclo[2.2.2]octane"
C8H14110.22Bicyclo[3,3,0]octane"
C6H1082.16Bicyclo[3.1.0]hexane"
C7H1296.19Bicyclo[3.2.0]heptane"
C8H14110.22Bicyclo[3.2.1]octane"
C9H16124.25Bicyclo[3.2.2]nonane"
C9H14122.23(R)-Bicyclo[3.3.1]non-1-eneSmallest bridgehead alkene stable at room temperature"
C9H14122.23(S)-Bicyclo[3.3.1]non-1-eneSmallest bridgehead alkene stable at room temperature"
C11H20152.31Bicyclo[3.3.3]undecane"
C7H1296.19Bicyclo[4.1.0]heptane"
C9H16124.25cis-Bicyclo[4.2.1]nonane"
C11H20152.31Bicyclo[4.3.2]undecane"
C10H16O152.26trans-Bicyclo[4.4.0]decan-3-one"
C10H18138.28cis-Bicyclo[4.4.0]decanecis-Decalin"
C10H18138.28trans-Bicyclo[4.4.0]decanetrans-Decalin"
C12H10154.22Biphenyl"
C16H30O238.46BombykolPheromone from the silkworm moth, Bombyx mori"
BH313.84Boron hydrideMonomer modeled."
C50H70O14895.2Brevetoxin Bmarine neurotoxin associated with 'red tide' catastrophes on coastal areas around the world
The Harmful Algae Page
Intro to Dinoflagellata"
C9H16O2156.25exo-BrevicominA natural cyclic ketal. Component of the aggregation pheromone of the female western pine beetle, Dendroctomus brevicomis."
C37H34N2O9S3746.91Brilliant blue FCFBright blue food colouring (dianion).
Information."
C9H13N2O2181.24BromacilWeed killer; R enantiomer modelled.
Information"
BrF5169.9Bromine(V) fluoride"
C7H13Br177.1(1S,2R)-1-Bromo-1,2-dimethylcyclopentane"
C8H9BrO2217.075-Bromo-1,3-dimethoxybenzene"
C3H4BrCl155.42(E)-1-Bromo-1-chloroprop-1-ene"
C3H4BrCl155.42(Z)-1-Bromo-1-chloroprop-1-ene"
C5H11Br151.061-Bromo-2,2-dimethylpropane"
C2HBrClF3194.382-Bromo-2-chloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethaneHalothane, an inhalation anaesthetic (racemate used).
Fact sheet"
C7H12BrCl211.54(1R,2S,4S)-4-Bromo-2-chloro-1-methylcyclohexane"
C6H4BrCl191.451-Bromo-2-chlorobenzene,
o-bromochlorobenzene
"
C5H9Br149.04(Z)-1-Bromo-2-methylbut-2-ene"
C5H11Br151.062-Bromo-2-methylbutane"
C6H13Br165.09(R)-3-Bromo-2-methylpentane"
C6H13Br165.09(S)-3-Bromo-2-methylpentane"
C4H9Br137.031-Bromo-2-methylpropaneisobutyl bromide"
C4H9Br137.032-Bromo-2-methylpropanet-Butyl bromide"
C4H7BrO2167.012-Bromo-2-methylpropanoic acid"
C6H4BrCl191.451-Bromo-3-chlorobenzene,
m-bromochlorobenzene
"
C4H8BrCl171.47(2R,3R)-2-Bromo-3-chlorobutane"
C4H8BrCl171.47(2R,3S)-2-Bromo-3-chlorobutane"
C4H8BrCl171.47(2S,3R)-2-Bromo-3-chlorobutane"
C4H8BrCl171.47(2S,3S)-2-Bromo-3-chlorobutane"
C6H4BrI282.911-Bromo-3-iodobenzene, m-Bromoiodobenzene"
C9H19BrO223.18(2R,3R)-2-Bromo-3-isopropoxy
-4-methylpentane
"
C9H19BrO223.18(2S,3S)-2-Bromo-3-isopropoxy
-4-methylpentane
"
C5H11Br151.06(R)-2-Bromo-3-methylbutane"
C5H11Br151.06(S)-2-Bromo-3-methylbutane"
C5H9BrO2181.04(R)-2-Bromo-3-methylbutanoic acid"
C5H9BrO2181.04(S)-2-Bromo-3-methylbutanoic acid"
C5H9BrO2181.043-Bromo-3-methylbutanoic acid"
C6H11BrO2195.07(2R,3R)-2-Bromo-3-methylpentanoic acid"
C6H11BrO2195.07(2S,3S)-2-Bromo-3-methylpentanoic acid"
C6H4BrCl191.451-Bromo-4-chlorobenzene,
p-bromochlorobenzene
"
C6H3BrClNO2236.453-Bromo-5-chloro-1-nitrobenzene"
C6H4BrClO3S271.513-Bromo-5-chlorobenzenesulphonic acid"
C8H17Br193.15(2R,5S)-2-Bromo-5-methylheptane"
C8H17Br193.15(2S,5R)-2-Bromo-5-methylheptane"
C21H41Br373.52(E)-12-Bromo-6-hexyl
-5-propyldodec-5-ene
"
C6H5Br157.01Bromobenzene"
C4H9BrO153.03(2R,3R)-3-Bromobutan-2-ol"
C4H9BrO153.03(2R,3S)-3-Bromobutan-2-ol"
C4H9BrO153.03(2S,3R)-3-Bromobutan-2-ol"
C4H9BrO153.03(2S,3S)-3-Bromobutan-2-ol"
C4H9Br137.03(R)-2-Bromobutane"
C4H9Br137.03(S)-2-Bromobutane"
C4H9Br137.031-Bromobutane"
CBrClFI272.27(R)-Bromochlorofluoroiodomethane"
CHBrClF146.37(R)-BromochlorofluoromethaneRotation = -1.6"
CHBrClF146.37(S)-BromochlorofluoromethaneRotation = +1.6"
CHBrClI255.28BromochloroiodomethaneBoth (R)- and (S)- in same view"
CHBrClI255.28(R)-Bromochloroiodomethane"
CHBrClI255.28(S)-Bromochloroiodomethane"
C6H11Br163.07BromocyclohexaneChair, equatorial."
C6H11Br163.07BromocyclohexaneChair, axial."
C5H9BrO165.04(1S,2S)-2-Bromocyclopentanol(trans)"
C10H19Br219.19(Z)-5-Bromodec-5-ene"
C2H5Br108.97Bromoethane"
C2H3BrO2138.95Bromoethanoic acidpKa=2.86"
C2H3Br106.95Bromoethene"
C7H9Br173.06(3E,5Z)-5-Bromohept-1,3,5-triene"
C6H11BrO179.07(S)-2-Bromohexanal"
C8H15Br191.13Bromomethylcycloheptane"
C6H11Br163.07Bromomethylcyclopentane"
C5H9Br149.04(RE)-4-Bromopent-2-ene"
C5H9Br149.04(RZ)-4-Bromopent-2-ene"
C5H9Br149.04(SE)-4-Bromopent-2-ene"
C5H9Br149.04(SZ)-4-Bromopent-2-ene"
C5H11BrO167.065-Bromopentan-1-ol"
C5H11BrO167.06(R)-1-Bromopentan-3-ol"
C5H11BrO167.06(S)-1-Bromopentan-3-ol"
C5H11Br151.063-Bromopentane"
C5H9BrO2181.04(R)-2-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=2.97"
C5H9BrO2181.04(R)-3-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=4.01"
C5H9BrO2181.04(R)-4-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=4.59"
C5H9BrO2181.04(S)-2-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=2.97"
C5H9BrO2181.04(S)-3-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=4.01"
C5H9BrO2181.04(S)-4-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=4.59"
C5H9BrO2181.045-Bromopentanoic acidpKa=4.71"
C3H5Br120.98(E)-1-Bromoprop-1-ene"
C3H5Br120.98(Z)-1-Bromoprop-1-ene"
C3H7Br1231-Bromopropane"
C3H7Br1232-Bromopropane"
C3H5BrO2152.98(R)-2-Bromopropanoic acid"
C3H6BrO2153.99(R)-2-Bromopropanoic acid"
C3H5BrO2152.98(S)-2-Bromopropanoic acid"
C3H6BrO2153.99(S)-2-Bromopropanoic acid"
C10H17Br217.17(R)-2-Bromospiro[4.5]decane"
C10H17Br217.17(S)-2-Bromospiro[4.5]decane"
C4H4BrNO2177.99N-BromosuccinimideBrominating agent."
C7H7Br171.043-Bromotoluene, m-Bromotoluene"
C11H23Br235.24(R)-3-Bromoundecane"
C11H23Br235.24(S)-3-Bromoundecane"
C23H26N2O4394.51BrucineHighly toxic, like strychnine"
C60720.6BuckminsterfullereneBucky ball molecule, found in soot."
C4H654.1But-1,3-dieneThe s-trans conformer - which cannot react in the Diels-Alder reaction."
C4H654.1But-1,3-dieneThe s-cis conformer - which, although of higher energy than the s-trans conformer, is the conformation required for reaction in the Diels-Alder reaction."
C14H29B208.24B-((E)-But-1-en-1-yl)
-B,B-di(1,2-dimethylpropyl)borane
"
C4H856.12But-1-ene"
C10H14134.24But-1-ylbenzene"
C4H654.1But-1-yne"
C4H6O70.1(E)-But-2-enal"
C4H6O70.1(Z)-But-2-enal"
C4H856.12But-2-ene(E) and (Z) in same view."
C4H856.12(E)-But-2-ene"
C4H856.12(Z)-But-2-ene"
C4H6O286.1(E)-But-2-enoic acidCrotonic acid. pKa 4.7"
C4H6O286.1(Z)-But-2-enoic acid"
C10H20O2172.3(R)-But-2-yl (S)-3-methylpentanoate"
C4H654.1But-2-yne"
C4H11N73.16Butan-1-amine"
C4H10O74.14Butan-1-ol"
C4H11N73.16(R)-Butan-2-amine"
C4H11N73.16(S)-Butan-2-amine"
C4H10O74.14(R)-Butan-2-ol"
C4H10O74.14(S)-Butan-2-ol"
C4H8O72.12Butanal"
C4H9NO87.14Butanamide"
C11H12NO174.24Butananilide"
C4H1058.14ButaneH and Me eclipsing"
C4H1058.14Butane, anti conformation"
C4H1058.14Butane, eclipsed conformation"
C4H1058.14Butane, gauche conformation"
C4H8O288.12Butanoic acidThe smell of rancid butter"
C4H8O72.12Butanone,
Methyl ethyl ketone
"
C4H4O4116.08cis-Butenedioic acidMaleic acid. pKa 1.83 and 6.07."
C4H4O4116.08trans-Butenedioic acidFumaric acid. Pka 3.03 and 4.44."
C10H22O158.32(2'R,3S)-3-(2'-Butoxy)hexane"
C10H22O158.32(2'S,3R)-3-(2'-Butoxy)hexane"
C8H18O130.261-t-Butoxy-2-methylpropane"
C7H16O2132.233-Butoxypropan-1-ol"
C14H15N3225.32Butter yellowOnce used to colour margarine."
C11H16O3S228.33(R)-2-Butyl p-toluenesulphonate"
C11H22154.33trans-1-t-Butyl-2-methylcyclohexane"
C11H16O2180.272-t-Butyl-4-methoxyphenolAntioxidant used in packaged foods."
C17H32236.49(R)-4-Butyl-4-propyldec-2-yne"
C17H32236.49(S)-4-Butyl-4-propyldec-2-yne"
C17H36240.53(5S,1'S)-5-sec-Butyl-5-isopropyldecane"
C18H38254.56(5R,6S,1'S)-6-sec-Butyl
-5-isobutyldecane
"
C10H14134.24t-Butylbenzene"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexaneequatorial"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexaneaxial"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexane"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C14H30198.445-Butyldecane"
Number of entries in table : 183

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