Dave's Molecular Models
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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C15H24204.39beta-CadineneSesquiterpene in essential oils from junipers and ceders (oil of cade)."
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"
C10H16136.26Campheneconstituent of pine oil"
C10H16O152.26CamphorMoth repellant, plasticizer"
C12H8O168.2Capillinbmp image
an acetylenic ketone which has fungicidal activity"
C18H27NO3305.46CapsaicinIsolated from paprika and cayenne. Burning taste, can be detected to the dilution of 1 part in 100 000!"
CH2O362.03Carbonic acidUnstable relative to CO2 and H2O."
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"
C10H16136.26delta-3-Carene
a constituent of turpentine with a cyclopropyl ring"
C40H56536.96alpha-CaroteneVitamin A precursor. Found widespread but in smaller amounts than beta form."
C40H56536.96beta-CaroteneVitamin A precursor."
C15H26O222.41(+)-CarotolFrom oil of carrot seeds."
C10H14O150.24(+)-(S)-Carvonefrom caraway seed"
C10H14O150.24(-)-(R)-Carvonefrom spearmint oil"
C15H24204.39CaryophylleneOccurs in oil of clove and many essential oils"
C15H14ClN3O4S367.83CefaclorCeclor, an semisynthetic antibiotic.
WWW guide to cephalosporins
also : How to take cephalosporins"
C12H22O11342.34Cellobioseunit of cellulose, though not found free in nature"
C10Cl10O490.6ChlordeconeKepone, a polycyclic insecticide and fungicide.
Molecule contains no hydrogen.
info on the web
more info on the web
An Introduction to Insecticides"
ClF4107.45Chlorine tetrafluoride anion"
ClF4107.45Chlorine tetrafluoride cation"
ClF389.45Chlorine(III) fluoride"
C3H2ClF5O179.5(R)-2-Chloro-1,1-difluoro-2-fluoro-1-
difluoromethoxyethane,
Enflurane
Anesthetic, solvent for fluorinated compounds"
C8H15Cl146.68(1S,2R)-1-Chloro-1,2-dimethylcyclohexane"
C6H3ClN2O4202.562-Chloro-1,3-dinitrobenzene"
C7H14Cl2O185.11(2'R,2S)-2-Chloro-1-(2'-chloropropoxy)butane"
C7H14Cl2O185.11(2'S,2R)-2-Chloro-1-(2'-chloropropoxy)butane"
C2HBrClF158.38(Z)-1-Chloro-1-bromo-2-fluoroethene"
C6H11Cl118.621-Chloro-1-methylcyclopentane"
C3H2ClF5O179.5(R)-1-Chloro-2,2,2-trifluoro-1-
difluoromethoxyethane,
Isoflurane
Anesthetic: human and animal, solvent for fluorinated compounds"
C6H11Cl118.62(R)-1-Chloro-2,3-dimethylbutane"
C6H11Cl118.62(S)-1-Chloro-2,3-dimethylbutane"
C6H13Cl120.642-Chloro-2,3-dimethylbutane"
C8H15Cl146.68(1R,2S,3R)-1-Chloro-2,3-dimethylcyclohexane"
C4H5Cl88.541-Chloro-2-butyne"
C2H2ClF79.49(E)-1-Chloro-2-fluoroethene"
C2H2ClF79.49(Z)-1-Chloro-2-fluoroethene"
C3H6ClF95.542-Chloro-2-fluoropropane"
C5H11Cl106.612-Chloro-2-methylbutane"
C4H7Cl90.561-Chloro-2-methylprop-1-ene"
C4H9Cl92.581-Chloro-2-methylpropane"
C4H9Cl92.582-Chloro-2-methylpropane"
C6H13Cl120.64(R)-2-Chloro-3,3-dimethylbutane"
C6H13Cl120.64(S)-2-Chloro-3,3-dimethylbutane"
C8H9ClO156.624-Chloro-3,5-dimethylphenolChloroxylenol, active ingredient (4.8%) in Dettol."
C5H11Cl106.61(R)-2-Chloro-3-methylbutane"
C5H11Cl106.61(S)-2-Chloro-3-methylbutane"
C6H11ClO2150.62(2R,4R)-2-Chloro-4-hydroxyhexanoic acid"
C6H14ClN135.66(2R,3S)-2-Chloro-4-methylpentan-3-amine"
C6H13Cl120.641-Chloro-4-methylpentaneisohexyl chloride"
C8H17Cl148.71-Chloro-5,5-dimethylhexane"
C8H17Cl148.71-Chloro-5,5-dimethylhexane"
C7H6ClI252.493-Chloro-5-iodotoluene"
C8H13Cl144.66(M)-3-Chloro-5-methylhepta-3,4-diene"
C8H13Cl144.66(P)-3-Chloro-5-methylhepta-3,4-diene"
C5H12ClN121.63(R)-3-Chloro-N-methylbutan-1-amine"
C6H5Cl112.56Chlorobenzene"
C4H7Cl90.56(E)-1-Chlorobut-1-ene"
C4H7Cl90.56(R)-3-Chlorobut-1-ene"
C4H7Cl90.56(S)-3-Chlorobut-1-ene"
C4H7Cl90.56(Z)-1-Chlorobut-1-ene"
C4H7Cl90.562-Chlorobut-1-ene"
C4H7Cl90.564-Chlorobut-1-ene"
C4H7Cl90.56(E)-1-Chlorobut-2-ene"
C4H7Cl90.56(Z)-1-Chlorobut-2-ene"
C4H9ClO108.58(2R,3R)-3-Chlorobutan-2-ol"
C4H9ClO108.58(2R,3S)-3-Chlorobutan-2-ol"
C4H9ClO108.58(2S,3R)-3-Chlorobutan-2-ol"
C4H9ClO108.58(2S,3S)-3-Chlorobutan-2-ol"
C4H9ClO108.58(R)-4-Chlorobutan-2-ol"
C4H9ClO108.58(S)-4-Chlorobutan-2-ol"
C4H9Cl92.58(R)-2-Chlorobutane"
C4H9Cl92.58(S)-2-Chlorobutane"
C4H9Cl92.581-Chlorobutane"
C4H7Cl90.56Chlorocyclobutane"
C6H11Cl118.62Chlorocyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C6H11Cl118.62Chlorocyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C11H19ClO2218.75cis-2-Chlorocyclopent-1-yl
2-ethylbutanoate
"
C2H5Cl64.52Chloroethane"
C2H3ClO294.5Chloroethanoic acid,
chloroacetic acid
pKa=2.81
Information.
Sodium salt is monoxone."
C2H3Cl62.5ChloroetheneVinyl chloride, monomer of PVC.
Health hazards.
Environmental sources and risks
Carcinogenicity."
C7H12Cl2O2199.092-Chloroethyl (S)-3-Chloropentanoate"
CH3Cl50.49ChloromethaneMethyl chloride.
Information."
C6H4ClNO2157.562-Chloronitrobenzene"
C8H15Cl146.68(E)-1-Chlorooct-1-ene"
C5H9Cl104.59(R)-3-Chloropent-1-ene"
C5H9Cl104.59(S)-3-Chloropent-1-ene"
C5H11ClO122.61(2R,3R)-2-Chloropentan-3-ol"
C5H11ClO122.61(2R,3S)-2-Chloropentan-3-ol"
C5H11ClO122.61(2S,3R)-2-Chloropentan-3-ol"
C5H11ClO122.61(2S,3S)-2-Chloropentan-3-ol"
C5H11Cl106.613-Chloropentane"
C5H9ClO2136.59(S)-3-Chloropentanoic acid"
C3H5Cl76.53(E)-1-Chloroprop-1-ene"
C3H5Cl76.53(Z)-1-Chloroprop-1-ene"
C3H7Cl78.551-Chloropropane"
C3H7Cl78.552-Chloropropane"
C3H5ClO2108.533-Chloropropanoic acidpKa 4.0"
C9H15Cl158.69(R)-1-Chlorospiro[4.4]nonane"
C9H15Cl158.69(S)-1-Chlorospiro[4.4]nonane"
C10H17Cl172.72(R)-2-Chlorospiro[4.5]decane"
C10H17Cl172.72(S)-2-Chlorospiro[4.5]decane"
C7H7Cl126.592-Chlorotolueneortho"
C7H7Cl126.594-Chlorotoluenepara"
C27H46O386.73CholesterolSteroid transformations
Photo Gallery
Control High Cholesterol Levels"
C24H40O5408.64(+)Cholic acida bile acid.
11 stereocentres lead to 2048 possible stereoisomers. Of the these only this one is found naturally."
C10H16O2168.26(+)-trans-Chrysanthemic acida terpene constituent of Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium"
C18H12228.3ChryseneOccurs in coal tar."
C10H16N6S252.38Cimetidine, TagmetAnti-ulcerative
Information"
C9H8O132.17CinnamaldehydeIn cinnamon oils"
C9H9NO147.19(E)-Cinnamamide"
C9H10O134.19Cinnamyl alcoholOdour of hyacinth; occurs as esters in cinnamon leaves and hyacinth oil; used in perfumary and as a deodorant."
C10H18O154.28Citronellalused as soap perfume and insect repellent"
C18H16N2O3308.36Citrus redUsed to colour orange skins!"
C18H19ClN4326.86ClozapineAntipsychotic drug.
Information
more.."
C17H21NO4303.39Cocainea local anesthetic from leaves of Erythroxylon coca, a bush in the Andes"
C18H21NO3299.4CodeineInhibits the cough reflex"
C14H20188.34CongressaneCongress emblem of the International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry."
C8H17N127.26Coniinefrom hemlock, Socrates' poison"
C15H24204.39CopaeneSesquiterpene from African copaiba balsam oil."
C15H18O5278.33CoriamyrtinToxic sesquiterpene from the leaves and fruit of Coraria myrtifolia."
C24H12300.36Coronene"
C20H10250.3CorranuleneNon-planar, like a skull cap."
C21H30O5362.51CortisolGlucocorticoid hormone (regulates metabolism of carbohydrates and decrease inflamation"
C9H6O2146.15CoumarinFound in tonka beans, lavender oil and sweet clover"
C7H8O108.15m-CresolUsed in disinfectants, photography and as an explosive."
C7H8O108.15o-Cresoldisinfectant"
C7H8O108.15p-Cresoldisinfectant"
C5H2O5142.07Croconic acidpKa1 : 0.8
pKa2 : 2.2"
C8H16O4176.2412-Crown-4Crown ethers can be used to solubilize inorganic salts in organic solvents by complexing with the positive metal ions of the salt. This particular crown ether has a hole diameter sufficient in size to accomodate a lithium cation. When the cation is taken up in an organic solvent, the accompanying anion must follow into that solvent without solvation, making it highly reactive."
C10H20NaO5243.2915-Crown-5-NaCrown ether which complexes the sodium ion."
C12H24O6264.3618-Crown-6 with K+Shown with a potassium ion in its cavity.
Useful as a phase transfer agent causing salts (such as potassium permanganate) to dissolve in non-polar solvents, such as benzene"
C8H8104.16Cubanepentacyclo[42002,5.0.04,7]octane"
C9H12120.21Cumeneisopropylbenzene"
C7H11NO125.19(R)-2-Cyanocyclohexanone"
C6H12O3S164.24CyclamateSweetener (30 x as sweet as sucrose), used in Canada but not in the US.
Information"
C4H856.12Cyclobutane"
C5H8O84.13Cyclobutanecarbaldehyde"
C4H60108.64Cyclobutanone"
C13H24180.37(3R)-3-Cyclobutyl-1-cyclopropyl-4-methylpentane"
C9H16124.25Cyclobutylcyclopentane"
C9H18126.27(R)-2-Cyclobutylpentane"
C9H18126.271-Cyclobutylpentane"
C17H30O250.47(Z)-Cycloheptadec-9-enoneMusky odour, used in perfumery."
C7H1498.21Cycloheptane"
C7H12O112.19Cycloheptanone"
C6H880.14Cyclohexa-1,3-diene"
C6H880.14Cyclohexa-1,4-diene"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexaneboat"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexanehalf-chair"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexane, boat conformation(twist) boat conformation"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexane, chair conformationchair conformation"
C6H12O2116.18cis-Cyclohexane-1,2-diol"
C6H12O2116.18trans-Cyclohexane-1,4-diol"
C6H8O2112.14Cyclohexane-1,4-dione"
C7H12O2128.19Cyclohexanecarboxylic acidEquatorial, chair."
C6H12O100.18CyclohexanolChair, equatorial."
C6H12O100.18Cyclohexanolaxial, chair"
C6H10O98.16Cyclohexanone"
C6H1082.16Cyclohexene"
C6H10O98.16Cyclohexene oxide"
C8H14O2142.22Cyclohexyl ethanoate (chair, axial)"
C12H16160.28Cyclohexylbenzenechair, equatorial conformation depicted"
C8H12108.2Cyclohexylethyne"
C11H20152.311-Cyclohexylpentan-1-one"
C9H16124.25(E)-Cyclononene"
C9H16124.25(Z)-Cyclononene"
C9H14122.23Cyclononynesmallest cyclic molecule to contain a triple bond."
C8H16112.24Cyclooctane"
C8H8104.16Cyclooctatetraene (8-annulene)"
C8H14110.22(E,M)-Cyclooctenesmallest isolable 'trans' cycloalkene
Natural production of Chirality?"
C8H14110.22(E,P)-Cyclooctenesmallest isolable 'trans' cycloalkene
Natural production of Chirality?"
C5H11N85.17Cyclopentanamine"
C5H1070.15Cyclopentane"
C5H10O86.15Cyclopentanol"
C5H8O84.13Cyclopentanone"
C5H868.13Cyclopentene"
C13H26182.39(4S)-4-Cyclopentyloctane"
C3H642.09Cyclopropane"
C3H440.07Cyclopropene"
C9H16O140.25Cyclopropoxycyclohexane"
C7H11F113.18trans-1-Cyclopropyl-3-fluorocyclobutane"
C10H14134.24m-Cymene"
C3H7NO2S121.17(R)-CysteineNatural enantiomer, L-"
C4H5N3O111.12CytosineConstituent of nucleic acids."
Number of entries in table : 185

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