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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C2H4S5188.36LenthionineIn edible shiitake mushrooms"
C3H2O386.05Deltic acidpKa1 : 2.5
pKa2 : 6.0"
C3H440.07Cyclopropene"
C3H642.09Cyclopropane"
C4H2O4114.06Squaric acidpKa1 : 0.5
pKa2 : 3.5"
C4H7Cl90.56Chlorocyclobutane"
C4H856.12Cyclobutane"
C4H8O72.122,2-Dimethyloxirane"
C4H8O72.12trans-2,3-Dimethyloxirane"
C4H8O72.12TetrahydrofuranTHF, a common organic solvent"
C4H60108.64Cyclobutanone"
C5H2O5142.07Croconic acidpKa1 : 0.8
pKa2 : 2.2"
C5H666.111,1,1-Propellane"
C5H7NO97.13(R)-4-Aminocyclopent-2-enone"
C5H868.13Cyclopentene"
C5H868.13Bicyclo[1.1.1]pentane"
C5H8Br2227.93trans-1,2-Dibromoocyclopentane"
C5H8Cl2139.03trans-1,2-Dichloroocyclopentane"
C5H8Cl2139.03cis-1,2-Dichloroocyclopentane"
C5H8F2104.131,1-Difluorocyclopentane"
C5H8I2321.95trans-1,2-Diiodocyclopentane"
C5H8I2321.95cis-1,2-Diiodocyclopentane"
C5H8O84.13Cyclopentanone"
C5H8O84.13Cyclobutanecarbaldehyde"
C5H9BrO165.04(1S,2S)-2-Bromocyclopentanol(trans)"
C5H1070.15cis-1,2-Dimethylcyclopropane"
C5H1070.15Cyclopentane"
C5H1070.15trans-1,2-Dimethylcyclopropane"
C5H10O86.15Cyclopentanol"
C5H11N85.17Cyclopentanamine"
C6H2O6170.08Rhodizonic acid"
C6H6Cl6290.821,2,3,4,5,6-Hexachlorobenzene,
lindane
"
C6H880.14Cyclohexa-1,3-diene"
C6H880.14Cyclohexa-1,4-diene"
C6H8Cl2151.04(R)-1,6-Dichlorocyclohex-1-eneWhen naming an alkene, the chain numbering must go through the double bond, which takes precedence over the substituent halogens for numbering."
C6H8O2112.14Cyclohexane-1,4-dione"
C6H8O6176.14Ascorbic AcidVitamin C
Information on Vitamin C
Information on Vitamin C sources
Mor information on Vitamin C sources
Microscope Image of Crystals of Vitamin C"
C6H1082.16Bicyclo[2.1.1]hexane"
C6H1082.16Bicyclo[3.1.0]hexane"
C6H1082.16Cyclohexene"
C6H1082.16Methylenecyclopentane"
C6H1082.162-Methylbicyclo[2.1.0]pentane"
C6H1082.161-Methylcyclopentene"
C6H10Br2241.96(1S,2R)-1,2-Dibromo-1-methylcyclopentane"
C6H10Br2241.96(1R,2S)-1,2-Dibromo-1-methylcyclopentane"
C6H10N2O2142.18PiracetamNootropic ('smart') drug.
Information"
C6H10O98.16Cyclohexanone"
C6H10O98.16Cyclohexene oxide"
C6H11Br163.07BromocyclohexaneChair, equatorial."
C6H11Br163.07BromocyclohexaneChair, axial."
C6H11Br163.07Bromomethylcyclopentane"
C6H11Cl118.621-Chloro-1-methylcyclopentane"
C6H11Cl118.62Chlorocyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C6H11Cl118.62Chlorocyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C6H11F101.17Fluorocyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C6H11F101.17Fluorocyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C6H11I210.08Iodocyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C6H11I210.08Iodocyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexane, boat conformation(twist) boat conformation"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexane, chair conformationchair conformation"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexaneboat"
C6H1284.18Cyclohexanehalf-chair"
C6H1284.18Ethylcyclobutane"
C6H1284.18Ethylcyclobutane"
C6H1284.18Methylcyclopentane"
C6H12O100.18CyclohexanolChair, equatorial."
C6H12O100.18Cyclohexanolaxial, chair"
C6H12O2116.18cis-Cyclohexane-1,2-diol"
C6H12O2116.18trans-Cyclohexane-1,4-diol"
C7H892.15Quadricyclanequadricyclo[2.2.1.0.2,6.03,5]heptane"
C7H10O110.17Bicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2-one"
C7H10O2126.17(2S,4S)-4-Hydroxycyclohex-2-enecarbaldehydeRing is modeled trans, diequatorial."
C7H11F113.18trans-1-Cyclopropyl-3-fluorocyclobutane"
C7H11NO125.19(R)-2-Cyanocyclohexanone"
C7H1296.19Bicyclo[3.2.0]heptane"
C7H1296.19Bicyclo[4.1.0]heptane"
C7H1296.191,2-Dimethylcyclopent-1-ene"
C7H1296.19Methylenecyclohexane"
C7H1296.193-Methylcyclohexene"
C7H1296.19Norbornane, bicyclo[2,2,1]heptane"
C7H1296.19Spiro[3.3]heptane"
C7H12BrCl211.54(1R,2S,4S)-4-Bromo-2-chloro-1-methylcyclohexane"
C7H12O112.19Cycloheptanone"
C7H12O112.19(R)-2-Methylcyclohexanone"
C7H12O112.19(S)-2-Methylcyclohexanone"
C7H12O112.19(R)-(+)-Seudenolaggregation pheromone from the female Douglas fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Similar to the case of sulcatol (qv), the natural pheromone is a racemic mixture which is much more biologically active than either single enantiomer."
C7H12O112.19(S)-(-)-Seudenolaggregation pheromone from the female Douglas fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Similar to the case of sulcatol (qv), the natural pheromone is a racemic mixture which is much more biologically active than either single enantiomer."
C7H12O2128.19Cyclohexanecarboxylic acidEquatorial, chair."
C7H13Br177.1(1S,2R)-1-Bromo-1,2-dimethylcyclopentane"
C7H13F115.2Fluorocycloheptane"
C7H13I224.11trans-1-Iodo-2-methylcyclohexane(1R,2R), chair, diequatorial"
C7H13I224.11trans-1-Iodo-2-methylcyclohexane(1S,2S), chair, diequatorial"
C7H1498.21cis-1,3-Dimethylcyclopentane"
C7H1498.21Cycloheptane"
C7H1498.21cis-1,2-Dimethylcyclopentane"
C7H1498.21trans-1,2-Dimethylcyclopentane"
C7H1498.21trans-1,3-Dimethylcyclopentane"
C7H1498.21trans-1-Ethyl-2-methylcyclobutane"
C7H1498.21trans-1-Isopropy-2-methylcyclopropane"
C7H1498.21Methylcyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C7H1498.21Methylcyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C7H14O114.21(S)-2,2-Dimethylcyclopentanol"
C7H14O114.21(R)-2,2-Dimethylcyclopentanol"
C7H14O114.21(1R,2S)-2-Methylcyclohexanolcis"
C7H14O114.21(1S,2R)-2-Methylcyclohexanolcis"
C7H14O114.21(1S,2S)-2-Methylcyclohexanoltrans, all equatorial"
C7H14O114.21(1R,2R)-2-Methylcyclohexanoltrans, all equatorial"
C7H14O114.21trans-3-Methylcyclohexanol"
C8H8104.16Cubanepentacyclo[42002,5.0.04,7]octane"
C8H8104.16Cyclooctatetraene (8-annulene)"
C8H12108.2Cyclohexylethyne"
C8H14110.22Bicyclo[2.2.2]octane"
C8H14110.22Bicyclo[3.2.1]octane"
C8H14110.22Bicyclo[3,3,0]octane"
C8H14110.22(E,P)-Cyclooctenesmallest isolable 'trans' cycloalkene
Natural production of Chirality?"
C8H14110.22(E,M)-Cyclooctenesmallest isolable 'trans' cycloalkene
Natural production of Chirality?"
C8H14110.221,4-Dimethylbicyclo[2.2.0]hexane"
C8H14110.221,2-Dimethylcyclohex-1-ene"
C8H14110.22Methylenecycloheptane"
C8H14110.22Spiro[3.4]nonane"
C8H14O2142.22Cyclohexyl ethanoate (chair, axial)"
C8H14O2142.22FrontalinA natural cyclic ketal
From the male western pine beetle, Dendroctomus brevicomis."
C8H15Br191.13Bromomethylcycloheptane"
C8H15Cl146.68(1S,2R)-1-Chloro-1,2-dimethylcyclohexane"
C8H15Cl146.68(1R,2S,3R)-1-Chloro-2,3-dimethylcyclohexane"
C8H16112.24cis-1,2-Diethylcyclobutane"
C8H16112.24Cyclooctane"
C8H16112.241,1-Dimethylcyclohexane"
C8H16112.24cis-1,2-Dimethylcyclohexane"
C8H16112.24trans-1,2-Dimethylcyclohexanediaxial"
C8H16112.24trans-1,2-Dimethylcyclohexanediequatorial"
C8H16112.24trans-1,2-Diethylcyclobutane"
C8H16112.24trans-1,2-Diethylcyclobutane"
C8H16112.24cis-1,4-DimethylcyclohexaneThe cis-1,4 configuration forces one of the groups attached to the ring to be in the axial position in the chair form of the ring."
C8H16112.24trans-1,4-DimethylcyclohexaneThe trans-1,4 configuration allows both of the groups attached to the ring to be in the equatorial position in the chair form of the ring."
C8H16112.24trans-1-Ethyl-2-methylcyclopentane"
C8H16112.24Ethylcyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C8H16112.24Ethylcyclohexanechair, equatorial"
C8H16112.24cis-1,3-Dimethylcyclohexanechair, di-equatorial"
C8H16112.24cis-1,3-Dimethylcyclohexanechair, di-axial"
C8H16112.24(R)-1,1,2-Trimethylcyclopentane"
C8H16112.24(S)-1,1,2-Trimethylcyclopentane"
C8H16112.24cis-1-Ethyl-3-methylcyclopentane"
C8H16O128.24(1S,2S)-1,2-Dimethylcyclohexanol"
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."
C9H14122.23(S)-Bicyclo[3.3.1]non-1-eneSmallest bridgehead alkene stable at room temperature"
C9H14122.23(R)-Bicyclo[3.3.1]non-1-eneSmallest bridgehead alkene stable at room temperature"
C9H14122.23Cyclononynesmallest cyclic molecule to contain a triple bond."
C9H14122.23Santenecomponent of East Indian sandalwood oil"
C9H14O138.23Spiro[4.5]decan-2-one"
C9H14O138.231,3-Dicyclopropylpropan-2-one"
C9H15Cl158.69(R)-1-Chlorospiro[4.4]nonane"
C9H15Cl158.69(S)-1-Chlorospiro[4.4]nonane"
C9H16124.25Bicyclo[3.2.2]nonane"
C9H16124.25cis-Bicyclo[4.2.1]nonane"
C9H16124.25Cyclobutylcyclopentane"
C9H16124.25(E)-Cyclononene"
C9H16124.25(Z)-Cyclononene"
C9H16124.25Dicyclobutylmethane"
C9H16124.257,7-Dimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptane"
C9H16124.252,6-Dimethylspiro[3.3]heptane"
C9H16124.255-Methylspiro[3.4]octane"
C9H16124.25Spiro[2.6]nonane"
C9H16124.25Spiro[3.5]nonane"
C9H16124.25Spiro[4,4]nonane"
C9H16O140.25Cyclopropoxycyclohexane"
C9H16O2156.25exo-BrevicominA natural cyclic ketal. Component of the aggregation pheromone of the female western pine beetle, Dendroctomus brevicomis."
C9H17N7O4287.33Saxitoxinfrom dinoflagellates, which include Alexandrium tamarense, Gymnodinium catenatum, and Pyrodinium bahamense cause of 'red tide'.
Saxitoxin"
C9H18126.27(R)-2-Cyclobutylpentane"
C9H18126.27Diethylcyclopentane"
C9H18126.27trans-1,2-Dimethylcycloheptane"
C9H18126.27Propylcyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C9H18126.271-Cyclobutylpentane"
C9H18126.27cis-1-Methyl-2-propylcyclopentane"
C9H18O5S238.33Isopropyl beta-D-thiogalactopyranoside"
C9H18O6222.27Isopropyl beta-D-Galactopyranoside"
C10Cl10O490.6ChlordeconeKepone, a polycyclic insecticide and fungicide.
Molecule contains no hydrogen.
info on the web
more info on the web
An Introduction to Insecticides"
C10F18444.1trans-Perfluorodecalin"
C10H10130.210-Annulene"
C10H12132.22Basketane"
C10H14O150.24(-)-(R)-Carvonefrom spearmint oil"
C10H14O150.24(+)-(S)-Carvonefrom caraway seed"
C10H14O150.24FilifoloneA bicyclo[3.2.0]enone and a monoterpene"
C10H16136.26Adamantane"
C10H16136.26Campheneconstituent of pine oil"
C10H16136.26delta-3-Carene
a constituent of turpentine with a cyclopropyl ring"
C10H16136.26(R)-(+)-Limonenein oil of lemon, orange, caraway, etc."
C10H16136.26alpha-PineneOil of turpentine contains about 60% alpha-pinene and about 30% beta-pinene.
Used in the manufacture of camphor, insecticides, solvents, perfume bases"
C10H16136.26beta-PinenePresent to about 30% in oil of terpentine, occurs with alpha-pinene"
C10H16136.26TwistaneTricyclo[4.4.0.03.8]decane."
C10H16136.26alpha-TerpineneOdour of lemons; from cardomom and majoram oils."
C10H16136.26gamma-Terpinene"
C10H16O152.26trans-Bicyclo[4.4.0]decan-3-one"
C10H16O152.26CamphorMoth repellant, plasticizer"
C10H16O152.26(S)-PulegoneFound in oils from Labiatea family and in pennyroyal oils."
C10H16O152.26(S)-Piperitoned-form has a peppermint odour; l-form is found in sitka spruce oil."
C10H16O2168.26(+)-trans-Chrysanthemic acida terpene constituent of Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium"
C10H17Br217.17(S)-2-Bromospiro[4.5]decane"
C10H17Br217.17(R)-2-Bromospiro[4.5]decane"
C10H17Cl172.72(S)-2-Chlorospiro[4.5]decane"
C10H17Cl172.72(R)-2-Chlorospiro[4.5]decane"
C10H18138.28cis-Bicyclo[4.4.0]decanecis-Decalin"
C10H18138.28trans-Bicyclo[4.4.0]decanetrans-Decalin"
C10H18138.281,2-Dimethylbicyclo[3.3.0]octane"
C10H18138.28Spiro[2.7]decane"
C10H18138.28Spiro[4.5]nonane"
C10H18138.282,6,6-Trimethylbicyclo[3.1.1]heptane"
C10H18Br2298.08(1S,2S,4R)-1,2-Dibromo
-4-t-butylcyclohexane
"
C10H18O154.28FragranolA cyclobutanone from Artemisia fragrens. Diastereoisomer of grandisol"
C10H18O154.28l-MenthoneFound in volatile oils of pennyroyal, peppermint and geranium and used in perfumary and flavouring."
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexaneequatorial"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexaneaxial"
C10H20140.3cis-1,2-Diethylcyclohexane"
C10H20140.3trans-1,3-Diethylcyclohexane"
C10H20140.3trans-1,3-Diisopropylcyclobutane"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexane"
C10H20140.3t-Butylcyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C10H20NaO5243.2915-Crown-5-NaCrown ether which complexes the sodium ion."
C10H20O156.3Mentholfrom peppermint oil"
C11H16O164.27Ectocarpenevolatile sperm cell attractant released by the eggs of the seaweed Ectocarpus siliculosus"
C11H16O164.27Jasmoneperfume, from oil of jasmine"
C11H19ClO2218.75cis-2-Chlorocyclopent-1-yl
2-ethylbutanoate
"
C11H20152.31Bicyclo[3.3.3]undecane"
C11H20152.31Bicyclo[4.3.2]undecane"
C11H20152.311-Cyclohexylpentan-1-one"
C11H20152.311,9-Dimethylbicyclo[4.2.1]nonane"
C11H20152.31(2S,3S)-2-Ethyl
-3-methylbicyclo[2.2.2]octane
"
C11H20152.31Spiro[5.5]nonane"
C11H22154.33(2R,3S)-2,3Dicyclopropylpentanemeso"
C11H22154.33(1R,2S)-1,2,4-Triethylcyclopentanemeso, all cis"
C11H22154.33trans-1-t-Butyl-2-methylcyclohexane"
C11H22O170.33(3-Methylbut-1-oxy)cyclohexanechair, equatorial"
C11H22O170.33Isopentoxycyclohexane"
C12H8Cl6364.9Aldrininsecticide, no longer manufactured in US"
C12H15NO8301.282-Nitrophenyl beta-D-Galactopyranoside"
C12H16160.28Cyclohexylbenzenechair, equatorial conformation depicted"
C12H22166.342,6-Dimethylspiro[4.5]decane"
C12H22166.342,6-Dimethylspiro[4.5]decane"
C12H22166.34endo-2-Isopropyl
-7,7-dimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptane
"
C12H22166.34Spiro[3.8]dodecane"
C12H22166.341,2,4,8-Tetramethylspiro[2.5]octane"
C12H22O2198.34InvictolideQueen recognition pheromone component of the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta."
C12H24168.36cis-1,4-Di-tert-butylcyclohexaneAlthough the chair form of cyclohexane is usually the most stable conformation for the ring, in this case, one of the two bulky tert-butyl substituents would be forced into the axial position in the chair form. Thus the twist-boat conformation is adopted, where the two bulky tert-butyl groups can both occupy equatorial positions."
C12H24168.36cis,trans-4-Ethyl-2-methyl-1-propylcyclohexanechair, all equatorial"
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"
C13H20176.33Tetracyclopropylmethane"
C13H20176.33(S)-3-cyclopropyl-4,4-dimethyloctane"
C13H20O192.334-(5-Isopropenyl-2-methylcyclopent-1-enyl)-2-butanoneUsed in perfumery - citrus-like with woody background odour.S enantiomer shown"
C13H24180.37(3R)-3-Cyclobutyl-1-cyclopropyl-4-methylpentane"
C13H24180.371-Methyl-8-propylbicyclo[4.3.0]nonane"
C13H24180.378-Isopropylspiro[4.5]decane"
C13H26182.39(4S)-4-Cyclopentyloctane"
C13H26182.39(4R)-3-Ethyl-4-cyclopentylhexane"
C14H20188.34CongressaneCongress emblem of the International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry."
C14H22O206.36(+)-cis-alpha-IroneFragrant principle of violets, though best isolated from iris or orris oil. Natural product is a mixture of alpha, beta and gamma forms. Used in perfumery."
C14H22O206.36(+)-trans-alpha-IroneFragrant principle of violets, though best isolated from iris or orris oil. Natural product is a mixture of alpha, beta and gamma forms. Used in perfumery."
C14H22O206.36(+)-beta-IroneFragrant principle of violets, though best isolated from iris or orris oil. Natural product is a mixture of alpha, beta and gamma forms. Used in perfumery."
C14H22O206.36(+)-cis-gamma-IroneFragrant principle of violets, though best isolated from iris or orris oil. Natural product is a mixture of alpha, beta and gamma forms. Used in perfumery."
C14H26194.41,4-Diisopropylbicyclo[2.2.2]octane"
C15H18O5278.33CoriamyrtinToxic sesquiterpene from the leaves and fruit of Coraria myrtifolia."
C15H20O3248.35Periplanone-BComponent of the sex pheromone of the American cockroach, Periplaneta americana"
C15H20O3248.35Illudin MAn antitumor, antibiotic produced by poisonous basidiomycetes Clitocybe illudens."
C15H22O218.37alpha-VetivoneIsolated from vetiver oil (from the roots of Vetiveria zizanioides. May be used in perfumery."
C15H22O218.37beta-VetivoneIsolated from vetiver oil (roots of Vetiveria zizanioides. Mixed with alpha-vetivone."
C15H22O3250.37WarburganalSesquiterpene from Warburgia ugandensis. Has biological activity as a plant growth regulator, an antimicrobial and as a molluscicide."
C15H22O5282.37ArtemisininActive antimalarial constituent of the traditional Chinese medicinal herb Artemisia anua. (2000 years old remedy.)"
C15H24204.39CaryophylleneOccurs in oil of clove and many essential oils"
C15H24204.39CopaeneSesquiterpene from African copaiba balsam oil."
C15H24204.39ThujopseneSesquiterpene from wood oil of the Japanese Hiba tree."
C15H24204.39beta-CadineneSesquiterpene in essential oils from junipers and ceders (oil of cade)."
C15H24204.39YlangeneIsolated from ylang-ylang oil and oil of birch buds."
C15H24O220.39alpha-SantalolSesquiterpene alcohol from sandalwood oil."
C15H24O220.39beta-SantalolFrom sandalwood oil."
C15H26O222.41(+)-CarotolFrom oil of carrot seeds."
C15H26O222.41LedolSesquiterpene from the essential oil of leaves of Ledum palustre."
C15H26O222.41Patchouli alcoholSesquiterpene from oil of patchouli."
C16H18N2O4S334.42Penicillin G"
C16H25NO2263.42TramadolAnalegsic.
Model shown is the trans (R,R) sterioisomer.
Information
More information
Crystals"
C16H30222.462,7-Diethylspiro[5.6]dodecane"
C16H30O238.46(R)-3-MethylcyclopentadecanoneMuscone. Odorous principle of musk. Used in perfumery"
C17H19NO3285.37MorphineMost important alkaloid of opium, a narcotic analgesic. Addictive.
Sulfate medication"
C17H21NO4303.39Cocainea local anesthetic from leaves of Erythroxylon coca, a bush in the Andes"
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"
C17H30O250.47(Z)-Cycloheptadec-9-enoneMusky odour, used in perfumery."
C18H24O2272.42EstradiolMost potent mammalian estrogenic (female sex) hormone"
C18H25NO271.44DextromethorphanActive ingredient in most cough medicines"
C18H25NO271.44Levomethorphan"
C18H27NO6353.46HygrophyllineIsolated from Senecio hygrophylus"
C19H22O6346.41Gibberellic acidPlant hormone - most potent of the growth promoting metabolites of Gibberella fujikuroi. Used as a plant growth regulator, especially for seedlings, and as a food additive in the malting of barley."
C19H27NO285.47PentazocineUsed in obstetrics to dull the pain of labour"
C19H28O2288.47TestosteronePrinciple male sex hormone (androgen), also promotes muscle growth"
C19H30O2290.49AndrosteroneMale sex hormone."
C19H36O2296.55Lactobacillic acidConstituent of microorganisms."
C20H20260.4DodecahedraneSynthesized by LA Paquette in 1982"
C20H24N2O2324.46Quinineantimalarial drug isolated from cinchona bark"
C20H25N3O323.48LSDlysergic acid, diethylamide, a potent hallucinogen"
C20H26O2298.46NorethindroneUsed in birth control pills.
Information."
C20H28O284.4811-cis-Retinalcomponent of the visual pigments"
C20H28O284.4811-trans-Retinalcomponent of the visual pigments"
C20H30O286.5Vitamin A1 unit of Vit A is 0.30 micrograms.
Vit A,
unicef"
C21H22N2O2334.45StrychnineExtremely poisonous.
Nux Vomica"
C21H23NO5369.45HeroinAcetylated morphine, highly addictive, banned substance. Dogs are trained to detect the acetic acid odour from its synthesis."
C21H30O5362.51CortisolGlucocorticoid hormone (regulates metabolism of carbohydrates and decrease inflamation"
C21H32O2316.53PregnenoloneInformation"
C22H19Br2NO3505.22DeltamethrinA pyrethrin insecticide
"
C23H26N2O4394.51BrucineHighly toxic, like strychnine"
C23H34O4374.57DigitoxigeninAglycon of digitoxin, a cardiotonic"
C24H40O5408.64(+)Cholic acida bile acid.
11 stereocentres lead to 2048 possible stereoisomers. Of the these only this one is found naturally."
C24H48336.721,2,3,4,5,6-HexaisopropylcyclohexaneMost stable conformation: all axial!
Deliciously counterintuitive - M Jones, Organic Chemistry, Norton, 1997."
C25H33NO4411.59Etorphine2000 times more potent than morphine, not safe for human use but used to tranquilize elephants!"
C27H46O386.73CholesterolSteroid transformations
Photo Gallery
Control High Cholesterol Levels"
C28H44O396.72ErgosterolObtained from yeast, most important provitamin D"
C29H35NO2429.65MefepristoneRU-486, the 'morning after' contraceptive.
Web resources."
C40H56536.96alpha-CaroteneVitamin A precursor. Found widespread but in smaller amounts than beta form."
C40H56536.96beta-CaroteneVitamin A precursor."
C40H64O12737.04NonactinMacrotetrolide antibiotic.
Forms complexes with ions - see 18-Crown-6"
C41H64O14781.05LanoxinDrug used for heart disease; heartbeat regulator.
WWW reference."
C46H49O14N839.96Taxoljpg image
extracted from bark of Pacific yew tree, of which the supply is limited;
shows promise in treating certain kinds of cancers.
www taxol page."
C50H70O14895.2Brevetoxin Bmarine neurotoxin associated with 'red tide' catastrophes on coastal areas around the world
The Harmful Algae Page
Intro to Dinoflagellata"
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