Dave's Molecular Models
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FormulaMolar
Mass
Name (click for model)Comments
C17H30O250.47FaranalTrail pheromone of Pharoah's ant, Monomorium Pharaonis, detected at 1 pg/cm of trail."
C15H24204.39beta-FarneseneConstituent of various essential oils and of a red fire and trail pheromone."
C15H26O222.41FarnesolFound in many oils such as citronella, lemon grass, rose, and musk. Used in perfumery to emphasize sweet floral odours."
C37H34N2O10S3762.91Fast green FCFSea green food colouring (dianion).
Information."
C8H17NO3S207.32FelinineIsolated from cat urine. Rotation: -11.5"
C10H10Fe186.05FerroceneOrganometallic 'sandwich'"
C10H14O150.24FilifoloneA bicyclo[3.2.0]enone and a monoterpene"
C3H5FI2312.92-Fluoro-1,3-diiodopropane"
C6H3FN2O4185.111-Fluoro-2,4-dinitrobenzeneused in peptide analysis to label the terminal 'N'"
C7H13F115.2Fluorocycloheptane"
C6H11F101.17Fluorocyclohexaneaxial, chair"
C6H11F101.17Fluorocyclohexaneequatorial, chair"
C2H5F47.07Fluoroethane"
C2H3FO277.05Fluoroethanoic acidpKa=2.66"
CH3F33.04Fluoromethane"
C3H7F61.11-Fluoropropane"
C3H7F61.12-Fluoropropane"
C19H19N7O6441.45Folic acid (folate)Vitamin"
C10H18O154.28FragranolA cyclobutanone from Artemisia fragrens. Diastereoisomer of grandisol"
C8H14O2142.22FrontalinA natural cyclic ketal
From the male western pine beetle, Dendroctomus brevicomis."
C4H4O68.08FuranVapours narcotic; absorbed through skin."
C2H2N2O70.06Furazan"
C5H4O296.09FurfuralInformation."
C5H4O3112.092-Furoic acid"
C6H12O6180.18alpha-D-Galactopyranose"
C6H12O6180.18beta-D-Galactopyranose"
C10H16O152.26Geranial, Citral astrong lemon odour"
C10H18O154.28GeraniolFrom Turkish geranium oil, diasteriomer of nerol (qv)"
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."
C15H7Br267.12Girafyneunknown molecule"
C6H12O6180.18Alpha-D-Glucopyranose"
C6H12O6180.18Beta-D-Glucopyranose"
C10H17N3O6S307.36GlutathioneMajor small sulphur-containing molecule in living plants and animals.
Information
Biochemical roles."
C3H6O390.09(R)-(+)-Glyceraldehyde"
C3H6O390.09(S)-(-)-Glyceraldehyde"
C5H5N5O151.15GuanineIsolated first from guano."
C3H5NO4119.09HadacidinAntitumor antibiotic properties"
C21H23ClFNO2374.9HaloperidolAntipsychotic properties."
C27H42O4430.69HecogeninNaturally occuring plant steroid which may be used to synthesize required human steroids, avoiding costly total synthesis."
C34H32FeN4O4616.55HemeIn hemoglobin in the blood."
C7H1296.19Hept-1-yne"
C7H13NO127.21(E)-Hept-2-enamide"
C11H22O2186.33(S)-Hept-2-yl butanoate"
C7H12O112.19(E)-Hept-5-en-2-one"
C7H892.15Hepta-1,5-diyne"
C7H1296.19(2E,4E)-Hepta-2,4-diene"
C7H16O116.23Heptan-1-ol"
C7H14O114.21Heptan-2-one"
C7H14O114.21Heptan-3-one"
C7H14O114.21Heptan-4-one"
C7H14O114.21Heptanal"
C7H16100.23Heptane"
C7H16O2132.23(3R,4S)-Heptane-3,4-diol"
C7H16O2132.23(3S,4R)-Heptane-3,4-diol"
C7H12O2128.19Heptane-3,5-dione"
C7H14O2130.21Heptanoic acidpKa 4.85"
C21H23NO5369.45HeroinAcetylated morphine, highly addictive, banned substance. Dogs are trained to detect the acetic acid odour from its synthesis."
C6H1284.18Hex-1-ene"
C6H1082.16Hex-1-yne"
C6H10O98.16(E)-Hex-2-enalFound along with hex-3-en-1-ol in cut grass."
C6H1284.18(E)-Hex-2-ene"
C6H1284.18(Z)-Hex-2-ene"
C6H10O2114.16(Z)-Hex-2-enoic acid"
C6H1082.16Hex-2-yne"
C6H12O100.18(Z)-Hex-3-en-1-olLeaf alcohol - present in leaves of odiferous plants - part of the odour of cut grass."
C6H11NO113.18(Z)-Hex-3-enamide"
C6H1284.18(E)-Hex-3-ene"
C6H1284.18(Z)-Hex-3-ene"
C12H24O2200.36(S)-Hex-3-yl hexanoate"
C6H1082.16Hex-3-yne"
C6H11N97.18(R)-Hex-4-yn-3-amine"
C6H11N97.18(S)-Hex-4-yn-3-amine"
C6H880.14(E)-Hexa-1,3,5-triene"
C6H8O96.14(E)-Hexa-1,4-dien-3-one"
C3Cl6O264.73HexachloroacetoneHerbicide"
C6H6Cl6290.821,2,3,4,5,6-Hexachlorobenzene,
lindane
"
C2Cl6236.72HexachloroethaneFact sheet
Detailed health information"
C18H30O2278.48(Z)-Hexadec-13-en-11-yn-1-yl
acetate
Female sex pheromone of the processionary moth, Thaumetopoea pityocampa, a Mediterranean pine tree defoliator."
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"
C24H48336.721,2,3,4,5,6-HexaisopropylcyclohexaneMost stable conformation: all axial!
Deliciously counterintuitive - M Jones, Organic Chemistry, Norton, 1997."
C6H14O102.2Hexan-1-ol"
C6H12O100.18Hexan-2-one"
C6H12O100.18Hexan-3-one"
C6H12O100.18Hexanal"
C6H13NO115.2Hexanamide"
C6H1486.2Hexane"
C6H16N2116.24Hexane-1,6-diamineIntermediate in the preparation of nylon"
C6H8O3128.14Hexane-2,3,4-trione"
C6H10O4146.16Hexanedioic acidNylon precursor"
C6H10O2114.16(R)-4-HexanolidePheromone component of the dermestid beetle, Trogoderma glabrum."
C26H16328.42Hexaphene"
C5H9N3111.17HistaminePotent vasodilator naturally in normal tissues and blood."
C6H9N3O2155.18HistidineAmino acid"
C15H24204.39Humuleneterpene constituent of carnation extracts. A cyclo-undecatriene."
N2H432.06HydrazineHighly toxic, LD50: 57 mg/kg in mice.
Reducing agent and rocket fuel.
Propellant info
Hydrazine sulfate in cancer therapy."
C7H8ClN3O4S2297.75HydrochlorothiazideIncluded in 'Dyazide' with triamterene.
WWW reference."
CHN27.03Hydrogen cyanideHighly toxic, 300 ppm exposure for a few minutes may cause death. Used as a gas for exterminating rodents and insects in ships.
Health and safety."
C6H6O2110.12Hydroquinoneused in photography"
C3H5NO3103.093-Hydroxy-2-oxopropanamide"
C10H20O2172.3(R)-7-Hydroxy-3,7-dimethyloctanalMint.
The S enantiomer has different odour."
C10H20O2172.3(S)-7-Hydroxy-3,7-dimethyloctanalLily-of-the-valley.
The R enantiomer has different odour"
C8H14O3158.22(3R,4R)-4-Hydroxy-3-methylheptane-2,5-dione"
C8H14O3158.22(3S,4S)-4-Hydroxy-3-methylheptane-2,5-dione"
C5H8O3116.135-Hydroxy-3-oxopentanal"
C14H12O3228.26Hydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenoneOxybenzone. Used in sunscreen lotions,
effectiveness of sun screen lotions."
C8H18O2146.26(4S,5R)-5-Hydroxy-4-methylheptan-3-oneSitphilure, aggregation pheromone of the rice weevil, Sitopilus oryzae, and the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais."
C9H16O4188.25(R)-6-Hydroxy-4-oxononanoic acid"
C7H6O2122.132-HydroxybenzaldehydeSalicylaldehyde. Used in perfumery"
C7H6O2122.134-HydroxybenzaldehydeSmall amounts found in many plants."
C4H6O5134.1Hydroxybutanedioic acid(S)-Malic acid, apple acid. Found in many fruits."
C7H10O2126.17(2S,4S)-4-Hydroxycyclohex-2-enecarbaldehydeRing is modeled trans, diequatorial."
C10H18O3186.28(E)-9-Hydroxydec-2-enoic acidComponent of swarm-setting pheromone of queen honeybees."
C9H18O2158.279-Hydroxynon-4-oneRectal gland secretion of fruit flies, Dacus occipitalis and D. halfordiae."
C9H14O2154.23(S)-2-Hydroxynon-7-yn-4-one"
C8H18O2146.26(2S)-2-Hydroxyoctan-3-oneMale-produced sex pheromone component of Xylotrechus pyrrhoderus, a grape borer and major pest in Japan."
C8H16O2144.24(S)-2-Hydroxyoctan-3-oneMale-produced sex pheromone of the grape borer, Xylotrechus pyrrhoderus."
C5H11NO2117.175-Hydroxypentanamide"
C3H6O274.093-Hydroxypropanal"
C3H4O5120.072-Hydroxypropandioic acid"
C3H6O390.09(R)-2-Hydroxypropanoic acidLactic acid"
C3H6O274.09Hydroxypropanone"
C18H27NO6353.46HygrophyllineIsolated from Senecio hygrophylus"
Number of entries in table : 123

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